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Elitist Echelons: The Institutional Identity of Online Book Reviewing in the Netherlands

Presenting a case study from the field of book reviewing, this article critically explores this tension between old and new media.

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Published online: July 1, 2016

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Equitable Education for Bangladeshi Indigenous Children: Perceptions of School Leaders and Managers

This article is an analysis of focus group discussions with members of a school management committee at Chittagong Hill Tracts about equity and diversity for indigenous children.

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Published online: July 1, 2016

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Music in Religion, Religion in Music: Christian Faith and Confucian Filial Piety in the Lifeworld Practices of Two Musician-Educators

This phenomenological study examined the relationship between faith community and socialization. It investigated two musician-educators’ lifeworld practices as educational leaders, focusing on the interplay between religion, music, stewardship, and identity.

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Published online: June 29, 2016

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Originality, Experientiality and Experientism: Moving Beyond Post-Modernism

This essay examines the concepts of originality and experientiality comparing Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho (1960) and Gus Van Sant's homonymous shot-for-shot remake (1998).

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Published Online: June 28, 2016

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From Aging in Community to Age-friendly Community: Translating Applied Research into Practice

This paper discusses the findings from a community-based participatory project that utilized multiple methods of qualitative inquiry. Implications for age-friendly practice is discussed.

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Published online: June 28, 2016

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Andragogy and Theatre Directing: Teaching Directing Students Not to be Students

Applying andragogy theory to a class of directing students encourages them to study, explore, and learn from doing by themselves.

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Published Online: June 28, 2016

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Lessons Learned in the Development of a Collaborative Learning Environment Designed to Educate Students on the Creation of User-Generated Classification Structures

This paper describes a usability study of CIRCLE, a new web-based application designed to teach students how to collaboratively identify and classify real world objects.

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Global Identity and Ego Identity Formation in Relation to Global Sources of Influence

This study explores the associations across global sources of influence (e.g. internet, television, newspapers), global identity formation, and ego identity formation for the emerging adulthood population.

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Out of the Shadows: Fostering Creativity in Teacher Education Programs

Bronwen Wade-Leeuwen is a leading educational researcher at Macquarie University. Her ground-breaking study challenges traditional models of critical thinking and inspires teachers to nurture creativity in their students.

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Urban Poverty Distribution and Age in the City of Douala

This paper examines how age difference affects participation in leading desired values such as domestic comfort, feeding habits, health, leisure activities, and spatial mobility.

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Published online: June 24, 2016

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