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Depicting Female Suicide Bombers: Understanding the Radicalization Process

Narratives of Intergenerational Relationships in Maanshan, a Small Chinese City

This paper reflects on inter-generational relationships from the perspective of young generations on the future of elderly care for their parents in the context of Mainland China.

Published online: March 29, 2017

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Life Course and Physical Activity of an Aging America

This paper addresses physical activity in an aging America using life-course theory. The study uses multiple years of a cross-sectional survey to explore relationships to background factors.

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Published online: March 29, 2017

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Practicing Decision Making: Using Flowcharts with Twenty-First-Century Marketers

This article reports on a case study of ninety students studying service marketing during their final year at a college in Hong Kong.

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Published online: March 29, 2017

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Dead Monuments: The Case of the Red Location Museum in Mandela Bay Metro, South Africa

This paper discusses capture politics as applied to museums, monuments, libraries, and campuses in South Africa.

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Published online: March 29, 2017

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Early Literacy Texts: What Can They Tell Us?

This article explores the content of early American reading textbooks from 1825 to 1847. This is then used to provide insight into today's literacy practices.

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To Teach and How to Teach the Holocaust: That Is the Question

This article presents a strategy for teachers to introduce the Holocaust to students in the middle school years of grades 6 to 9.

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Published online: March 28, 2017

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Gender Reports in Three Major Newspapers: Variations on the Same News

Gender news from different journals will be contrasted to find out what can be improved. Responsibility for language usage, which determines public opinion, is a key issue.

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An Early Field Experience in Pre-Service Art Education: Visual Arts Workshops for Underserved Elementary Students

This paper focuses on how a college art education program responded to the needs of an elementary school that cut its arts program through the implementation of early field experiences.

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Event Segmentation as an Explanation for the Seemingly Inconsistent Structure of Wordsworth’s Prelude

This paper applies a theory of text segmentation from cognitive psychology to explain why readers keep commenting on the discontinuity in a well-known poetic work.

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