Latest publications:
Truth in Photography: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Press the Shutter

This article examines the history of photography from the false impressions of daguerreotypes to contemporary digital manipulations and helps create dialogue between students, visual culture, and our notions of "truth."

Article: Print

$US10.00

Published online: April 21, 2017

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A Lost World: The Missed History of Illustration

Contemporary illustration is a practice often focused on the present. This article explores recovering and refining its disparate history as a tool for enriching the practice and its education.

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Published online: April 21, 2017

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Active Learning in Nurse Education: Using Quantum Learning and Campbellteaching to Improve Retention

This research discusses an innovative program that combines quantum learning and Campbellteaching as key strategies for the teaching and learning of the Diploma of Nursing course at Victoria University.

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Published online: April 21, 2017

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Labor, Alienation, and Aesthetics: Perspectives from Chinese Female Worker Poets

By analyzing the writings of contemporary Chinese female worker poets, this article studies the complicated relationships between labor, alienation, and aesthetics.

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Published online: April 20, 2017

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John McClane’s Origin Story: Understanding "Die Hard" as Film Adaptation of Roderick Thorp’s "Nothing Lasts Forever"

This article looks at the acclaimed blockbuster "Die Hard" in light of its genre-mixed novelistic origin.

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Published online: April 20, 2017

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Diversity of Students in Bilingual University Programs: A Case Study

This article illustrates the diversity of content and language integrated learning programs offered by Spanish primary and secondary educational institutions and the diversity of students that study them.

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Published online: April 20, 2017

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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

Book: Electronic

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Book: Print

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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.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Article: Electronic

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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.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Published online: April 14, 2017

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