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Subjective Scale Is a Better Predictor of Fear of Falling than Objective Scale among Older Adults

Objective and subjective physical function measures both significantly correlated with FOF but the subjective scale is a better predictor of an individual with FOF among older adults.

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Published online: April 20, 2017

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Human Rights in the Gold Coast (1945-57): The Politics of Difference and Struggle for Rights

This book scrutinizes the demands for collective right to self-determination in the Gold Coast

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Examining Body-Related Decisions of the University Students: The Impact of Media and Self-Esteem

This study investigated the impact of media and self-esteem on university students’ body related decisions such as doing physical exercise, going on a diet or trying to look like celebrities.

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Educational Internationalization and Addressing the Demands for a Skilled Workforce: A Case Study of Vietnam

This paper presents an interesting unanimity on internationalisation for workforce development in Vietnam, between a communist government and pro-market Washington-based agencies.

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Published online: April 14, 2017

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Globalization and Higher Education

This edited collection provides a comprehensive introduction to globalization and higher education and explores its increasingly important role within a shifting higher education landscape.

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The Missing Link: Use of Multiple Personality Disorder/Dissociative Identity Disorder as a Framework for Interpretation and Reintegration of the Author into Literary Analysis

This article centers around the use of theories on Multiple Personality Disorder and implements said theories into a new form of literary interpretation.

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Published online: April 11, 2017

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Service-Learning Collaboration: Dance, Design, and Community

Service-learning, as a true collaboration between partners, advanced students’ intellectual and interpersonal skills. Faculty, in turn, affirmed their conviction that practical experiences enhance pedagogy and pride in community.

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Published online: April 10, 2017

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Diabetes Care Programs: The Need to Integrate Social and Behavioral Sciences into the Solution

To identify key behavioral and social science interventions that can assist the diabetes practitioner, we introduce a conceptual framework for organizing a multi-approach to providing care.

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Exploring the Limitations of Face-to-Face Instruction through Blogging: An Emergent Exploration in a Teacher Education Program

Through emergent research methodologies, this paper will explore my experience incorporating online blogging while teaching 12 courses in a Canadian teacher preparation program over a two-year period.

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Exploring How Avatar Control Erodes the Uncanny Valley

Exploring the Uncanny Valley Theory borrowed from robotisist Macahiro Mori

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