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Gender Reports in Three Major Newspapers: Variations on the Same News

Gender news from different journals will be contrasted to find out what can be improved. Responsibility for language usage, which determines public opinion, is a key issue.

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An Early Field Experience in Pre-Service Art Education: Visual Arts Workshops for Underserved Elementary Students

This paper focuses on how a college art education program responded to the needs of an elementary school that cut its arts program through the implementation of early field experiences.

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Event Segmentation as an Explanation for the Seemingly Inconsistent Structure of Wordsworth’s Prelude

This paper applies a theory of text segmentation from cognitive psychology to explain why readers keep commenting on the discontinuity in a well-known poetic work.

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Responsive Website versus Mobile Application: Street Food of Phnom Penh, Cambodia

We discuss the mobile platform on Street Food of Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia.

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The Golden Dragon Wok: A Visual Survey of the Evocative Essence of Chinese Restaurant Signage Designs in an American Chinatown

Visual elements on restaurant signage in San Francisco was analyzed to suggest how design can foster a visual significance in the gastronomic identity of Chinese restaurants.

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ImagINe: A Design-led Intervention to Primary Schools Art Education

Today's art education in primary schools is a missed opportunity for stimulating creativity and habits of mind. ImagINe, a cognitive prototype system, refocuses its delivery.

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Exploring the Social Movements Institutionalization Thesis: The Case of Feminist, Ecologist, and LGTB Activism in Catalonia

This article critically explores social movements institutionalization thesis which states that organizations representing social movements inexorably evolve toward a higher degree of internal structuring.

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Published online: March 23, 2017

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Factors Related to Student Dropout Rates and School Intervention in Inclusive Settings in Portugal

This article discusses the Educational Territory of Priority Intervention (TEIP) project through a descriptive study of two Portuguese school, concerning age, gender, and training of its students, teachers, and parents.

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Published online: March 22, 2017

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Causal Attribution of Teammate Injury: Intercultural Sensitivity and “Blame” for Teammate Injury

Progress on Bennett's levels of intercultural sensitivity is shown to alter student-athlete perceptions of why teammates get injured. Progress leads to a decrease in "blaming" teammates for injuries.

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Published online: March 22, 2017

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Pity for Stones? The New Confucian Ecological Turn and the Global Ethic Project

This article explores the compatibility of New Confucian "deep ecology" with the principles of Hans Küng’s Global Ethic Project.

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Published online: March 22, 2017

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