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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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Democracy in International Organizations: Arguments in Support of a Supranational Approach

What does it mean for an international organization (IO) to be democratic? When can an IO be regarded as democratic? How can its level of democracy be measured or increased?

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How National Identity Shapes South Koreans’ Attitudes toward North Korea and Its Defectors

This paper looks at South Koreans’ attitudes toward national reunification and North Korean defectors, suggesting that the personal perceptions of national identity distinctly affect their opinions.

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Microaggression and the Marketplace: Implications in the Age of Globalism

This study emerges from questions arising about the concept of microaggression and the ways in which it might be perceived to exist and manifest across the spectrum of marketing-related communications.

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Gender Differences and Age Progression in Career Anchors

This study investigates two propositions made by Feldman and Bolino regarding Schein's career anchor theory and salience in older, more experienced people and gender differences.

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Published online: April 4, 2017

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