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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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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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It Takes a Community: An Environmental Scan Exploring the Effectiveness of Teenage Pregnancy Prevention Strategies in North America

The purpose of this paper is to explore the effectiveness of teenage pregnancy prevention strategies through an environmental scan.

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A Model Social Profit and Loss Account as a Measurement Tool for Social Sustainability of Community Development Programs

This research evaluates the usefulness of a model Social Profit and Loss account as a mode of sustainability reporting through the perceptions of a select group of business students.

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Japan-China Relations in East Asia: Great Power Rivalry or Peaceful Interdependence?

China and Japan are rivals as well as interdependent on one another in East Asia. This is due to the "game" relations between them.

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E=MC2 Spells the Death of Materialism: Why are We Inhabiting its Corpse? An Integral Perspective

Social sciences are hostage to the "material universe." This workshop reviews evidence (quantum physics, relativity, parapsychology), tests, and discusses worldviews via integral theory, shifting the paradigm for a fairer world.

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Religiosity, Gender and Political Participation in Rural Areas of Imo State, Nigeria

This study examines the impact of religiosity on political participation of men and women in rural areas of Imo State, Nigeria. It also examines how the impact varies by gender.

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Effective Management of White Pollution: Role of Attitude, Responsibility, and Integrity in Kolkata, India and Chittagong, Bangladesh

This study compares the white pollution in the unorganized retail markets in light of user attitudes toward plastic bags in Kolkata, India and Chittagong, Bangladesh.

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