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Violence Told: Creating Empathy through Personal Narrative

This article explores stories of horror and occupation through digital storytelling, digital prints, and interactive media to evoke empathy and interest about war from an increasingly desensitized audience.

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Published online: August 8, 2017

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The Influence of Feng Shui Directions on the Human Body: Using AcuGraph as a Means of Measurement

This study uses AcuGraph to measure the influences of four main directions in the human body and determine the reason behind their auspiciousness or inauspiciousness in Feng Shui.

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Las novelas de posguerra de Elena Quiroga (1921-1995)

Este estudio trata las novelas de la Posguerra de la escritora española Elena Quiroga.

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Publicado en línea: 2 de agosto de 2017

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Informal Mexican Urbanity and Subaltern Knowledge: The Case of Xonaca, Puebla

This article discusses nonhegemonic spatial knowledge production in Xonaca, Puebla, Mexico, through phenomenological understanding of territories by a cultural collective body with potential to ignite alternative approaches to urban strategies.

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Published online: August 2, 2017

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Redefining Photojournalism in a Post-Media Techno-Creative World

This article will reframe the practice and definition of photojournalism within the contemporary techno-creative practice of the contemporary art world using the photography of Oculi (Australia) as a case study.

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Published online: August 2, 2017

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Adult Audience Engagement: Learning in the Public Exhibition Space

This article explores the potential for deeper adult engagement and participation in public exhibitions highlighting the move from visitor to active participant and meaning maker.

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Shakespeare’s Exclusionary “Slime”: A Rationale for the Study of Literary Exclusions

The crisis of survival in the humanities has accelerated activist, universal, and inclusivist readings of Shakespeare's plays, grossly undermining the study of exclusionary but community-reinforcing and entertaining "slime."

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Published online: August 2, 2017

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Responding to Globalization: Nationalism and Public Education in the South Korean History Textbook Controversy

South Korean and US history textbook controversies are compared in the midst of the current Korean debate on the government asserting control over content in South Korean history textbooks.

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Published online: August 2, 2017

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Does Diversity Really Matter? The Interplay between Students’ Race and Their Teachers’ Level of Cultural Responsiveness

As we study various nuances regarding the achievement gap, this research investigates teachers’ level of cultural responsiveness and whether it differed based on the racial makeup of the student body.

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Published online: August 1, 2017

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A Systematic Review of Resilience Research among Indigenous Youth in Contemporary Canadian Contexts

This paper is a systematic review of health literature that considers processes of resilience among Indigenous youth in Canadian contexts.

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