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Dear Colleagues, As William Wilmot and Joyce Hocker put it in their book Interpersonal Conflict, conflict is “an expressed struggle between at least two interdependent parties who perceive incompatible goals, scarce resources, and interference from others in achieving their goals.” The main objective of this Special Issue is to scrutinize the conce...
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This study aims to examine factors expected to be effective on employee retention strategy in the Malaysian industries. Employee engagement and task identity are tested for its’ direct impact on employee retention, while job satisfaction will be examined as mediator of the relationships between the independent and dependent variables. the study fol...
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In recent years, online identity and social media engagement have been areas of study that have garnered a lot of interest. However, studies have yet to pinpoint empirical and theoretical connections between engagement and identity. Moreover, current research lacks holistic methods for measuring engagement rate and identity. Our multifaceted study...
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This paper aims to explore the ways which expertise is covertly racialized in the contemporary humanitarian aid sector. While there are considerable discussions on the expat-local divide among aid professionals, such dichotomization is still inherently nationality-based, which may be an over-simplified explanation of the group dimensions within aid...
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Mathematics and science identity has been shown to be a significant factor related to student achievement, course-taking, and college and career choices in STEM. However, less in known about how students’ mathematics and science identities change over time and how these changes relate to persistence in STEM programs. This study uses data from three...
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Let A be an Archimedean f-ring with identity and assume that A is equipped with another multiplication ∗\documentclass[12pt]{minimal} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{wasysym} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{amsbsy} \usepackage{mathrsfs} \usepackage{upgreek} \setlength{\oddsidemargin}{-69pt} \begin{document}$$*$$\end{document...
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Although many well-intentioned organizations and institutions emphasize the importance of antiracism and social justice in mathematics education, there remains a lack of practitioner-oriented curricular materials exhibiting how these long-overdue shifts can and do manifest in classrooms. This article describes how modifying a project on absolute va...
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https://www.routledge.com/Political-Geography-of-Cities-and-Regions-Changing-Legitimacy-and-Identity/Terlouw/p/book/9780367678159# This monograph presents a novel typology of relational and territorial perspectives on legitimacy and identity. This typology is then applied to two different political and historical contexts, namely the trajectories...
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With English penetrating every domain of the major cities of the Arabian Gulf over the last 20 years, there has been little attention paid to the learning and usage of ‘foreign’ languages beyond English in the region, despite the transdisciplinary multilingual turn in applied linguistics and language teaching. This exploratory study draws attention...
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Since integrity of data on cloud cannot be assured, several clients and users hesitate to upload their crucial data to the cloud, which eventually hinders cloud storage development. One of the biggest challenges with respect to cloud security is to ensure data confidentiality and one of the solutions to this issue can be by restricting unauthorized...
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In the work of Jacques Lacan (1901–1981), and Jean-Paul Sartre (1905–1980), the self is conceptualised as emergent in a complex of ideational, social, and, symbolic relations. Through the lens of ideas represented in the theory of both figures, a picture of consciousness significantly dependent on extended psychological infrastructures which produc...
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The classical music sector faces an urgent challenge as increasing numbers of performance graduates struggle to establish themselves as full-time professional musicians. In part, this situation relates to narrow higher music education curricula that do not sufficiently prepare musicians for the precarious and non-linear careers that characterize mu...
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Post-colonial Cameroonian identities have emerged from a combination of systems involving indigenous knowledges, transnational, socio-political, and economic influences, contributing to back-and-forth identity formation in the diaspora and country-of-origin. Kin and kith bonds, social validation, and the maintenance of traditional values between me...
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Cultural intelligence (CQ) is an increasingly valuable asset for managers, employees, entrepreneurs, and their organizations. While there is now considerable evidence for its benefits, knowledge remains cloudy surrounding its antecedents. Drawing on identity theory, we develop a model unpacking the relationship between cross-cultural experience—a c...
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Social media has allowed all individuals, organizations, and businesses to share their opinions, ideas, and inclinations with others. These opinions might be negative or positive; however, they affect society in a notable way, and this is a formidable challenge especially in Iraqi society, which is a mixture of different cultures and trends. Theref...
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The process of exploring and committing to one's identity for the sake of a future-oriented goal is important for young adults' psychosocial functioning. Whereas the relationship between identity process and psychosocial functioning has been examined in long-term longitudinal studies, the short-term relationship between the two at the daily level h...
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The present study was conducted to investigate the structural model of the relationship between self-compassion and psychological hardiness with family cohesion about the mediating role of self-worth among women with war-affected spouses. The research method was descriptive and correlational. The statistical population comprised all women with war-...
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This comprehensive workbook helps people impacted by adult and childhood trauma using multiple strategies to help with coping and finding identity and meaning. I describe complex topics like anger, dissociation, substance use and suicidal thinking.
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The existential exclusion of youths from the mainframe of the current global order is an increasingly pressing issue. Research to date has proven youths struggle to survive and be relevant within current systemic and institutional arrangements, resulting in a major existential and generational problem. The second of two volumes filling a gap in the...
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In Quillette, I examine the relationship between free will and responsibility, with a focus on violent crime (rape and murder). Pictured in the attached PDF: Arthur Shawcross who was released from prison after raping and killing two children. He went on to murder a dozen women.
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No Christian theology can avoid paying attention to the significance of Pentecostalism. Apart from the growing numbers of Pentecostals,2 Pentecostalism retrieves the forgotten person of the Trinity, namely, the Holy Spirit, in Christian doctrine and living.3 Nevertheless, the Pentecostal movement not only brings the churches to renewal, but also to...
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The diagnosis of autism is often delivered solely to the parents, a practice that forces them to confront the dilemma of whether, when and how they should disclose it to the child. The present study seeks to probe deeper into the phenomenon of diagnosis disclosure and lead to a clearer understanding of the dilemmas parents? face. This article prese...
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God & Apple Pie: Religious Myths and Visions of America, 2015 Christopher Buck, God & Apple Pie: Religious Myths and Visions of America. (Introduction by J. Gordon Melton, Distinguished Professor of American Religious History, Institute for Studies in Religion, Baylor University.) Kingston, NY: Educators International Press, 2015. (Hardbound relea...
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The poster elaborates on the sociolinguistic situation of Jharkhand, which is under study as my Ph.D. thesis. Questions of linguistic identity, multilingualism, and social inequality are the major focus of the study. The important role of education, hierarchical social structure, and politics is also emphasized.
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This study aimed to identify the multiple and intersecting identities adolescent parents manage, and the social supports and constraints that inform their adjustment. Adolescents (n = 13; 70% cisgender women; 100% Latinx; Mage = 19.37, SD = 0.92) who became parents between the ages of 14–18, their parents (n = 17; 82% cisgender women; 94% Latinx),...
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Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) aspires to create a standardised identity layer for the Internet by placing citizens at the centre of their data, thereby weakening the grip of big tech on current digital identities. However, as millions of both physical and digital identities are lost annually, it is also necessary for SSIs to possibly be revoked to...
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Multivariate Time Series (MTS) forecasting plays a vital role in a wide range of applications. Recently, Spatial-Temporal Graph Neural Networks (STGNNs) have become increasingly popular MTS forecasting methods due to their state-of-the-art performance. However, recent works are becoming more sophisticated with limited performance improvements. This...
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Professional identity has been linked to organizational outcomes such as job performance and commitment, as well as health and well-being indices such as burnout and depression. Professional identity is a powerful mechanism that can be affected by social and environmental factors. It is therefore important to establish a reliable and valid measurem...
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Ethical behavior is characterized by honesty, fairness and equity in interpersonal, professional and academic relationships and in research and scholarly activities. Ethical behavior respects the dignity, diversity and rights of individuals and groups of people. A sample of three hundred and eighty five youngsters was taken for study from Youngster...
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Keywords Mango · Dieback · Leaf spot · ITS During 2021, twig dieback and leaf spots were observed on mango cv. Ewais trees cultivated in El Sharkia gov-ernorate, Egypt. Three different locations were inspected (20 farms/location), with an incidence in the affected sites of 100%. Spots appeared yellow to brown, with dry grey necrotic centers, irregu...
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This study investigated the strengths of internal and external environmental challenges to the Green Innovation Strategy (GIS). This study tried, also, to observe GBIS’ predictive power of on Green Organizational Identity (GOI), Green Innovation (GI) and Green Creativity (GC). The researchers gathered the cross-sectional data from the top managers...
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Scanner data can be obtained from a wide variety of retailers (supermarkets, home electronics, Internet shops, etc.) and provide information at the level of the barcode, i.e. the Global Trade Item Number or its European version: European Article Number. One of advantages of using scanner data in the Consumer Price Index measurement is the fact that...
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Providing spaces for adolescents to make sense of the world around them is often the work of educators, specifically those in Language Arts classrooms. In the current historical moment, adolescents often must make sense of the ways socio-political conflict impacts their world. Displacement, often an effect of socio-political conflict, is increasing...
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Self sovereign identity is a form of decentralised credential management. During credential verification, data exchange only happens between the data owner and the verifier without passing through any third parties. While this approach offers a privacy-centric solution, it poses a challenge. How do verifiers trust that the credential is vouched by...
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We are living in the era of street art. Since Nick Riggle’s pivotal work on the definition of street art, several philosophers have addressed issues in the philosophy of street art. The goal of this paper is to summarize the literature. I consider the following matters, which have been at the core of philosophical discussions on street art: demarca...
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Adolescence is a challenging time fraught with developmental changes that influence sociocultural identity, psychosocial and biological development. Integrating a sense of ethnic identity into one’s personal identity is an important task for Black youth during this developmental stage as it impacts aspirations, ideology, and interpersonal identity....
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Dissociative identity disorder (DID) is a dissociative disorder that gained a significant rise in the past few decades. There has been less than 50 DID cases recorded between 1922 and 1972, while 20,000 cases are recorded by 1990. Therefore, it becomes of great significant to assess the various concepts related to DID to further understand the diso...
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Analyzing the effect of individual participants on collaborative governance processes in environmental management has been elusive due to lack of theoretical frameworks and data limitations. This study uses pattern matching to contrast identity theory with original data from 7 individuals participating in waste management and urban agriculture coll...
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The aim of this research is to deal with the fluid identities of the Muslim migrants settled in America in general and in particular it explores how the conflicts between social and religious values push the protagonist Hayat Shah towards the loss of his personal and religious identity in Ayad Akhtar's novel 'American Dervish' (2012). It describes...
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Today's organisations face challenges from many directions. From small and medium-sized enterprises to family-run businesses and large multinationals, the problems of leadership and management are often a reaction to the same market trends. We have an ever-expanding toolkit to help you develop the best organisational responses. The authors of this...
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This study focuses on the relations between minority stressors, protective factors and psychological wellbeing among lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people. Experimental data based on a sample of 156 showed that participants asked to recall a negative coming out experience to somebody significant reported more identity threat and distress and less...
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Research conducted in industrialized democracies where Christianity is the prevailing religion has suggested that religiosity may play an important role in identity development and well-being. This study examined the associations between religiosity, religious orientation, identity confusion, and psychological well-being in 488 Turkish university s...
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Stories narrated from another person’s perspective are hypothesized to elicit reader’s empathy with the protagonist. In research, such stories – labeled “Point-Of-View” (POV) tasks – were found to reduce stigma of marginalized individuals (Batson et al., 1997), increase prosocial empathy (e.g., Herrera et al., 2018), and improve depth of historical...
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Women continue to remain underrepresented in STEM, and this gender disparity is particularly pronounced in leadership positions. Through in-depth, qualitative interviews of 39 women leaders in STEM, we identify common gender microaggressions they experience, and explore how these microaggressions affect their leadership experience and outcomes in t...
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The scholarly discourse on medieval Islamization of Kashmir has mainly revolved around three main concerns. The first debates the comparative roles of prominent agents of Islamization, dominated by either emigrant Sūfi Sayyids or indigenous Rishīs; the second deals with the nature of Islam that flourished in its so-called “little” and “greater” tra...
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Malayan Chinese muted response to the Malayan Union proposal in 1946 which promised common citizenship rights and equal opportunity to non-Malays have not been sufficiently explained by existing literature. This article suggests that such muted response is due to the presence of Chinese transnationalism that diluted and diverted the community's att...
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Teacher professional development programs (PD) have the potential to improve teacher self-efficacy (Cheon et al., 2018); produce autonomy-supportive behaviors (Cheon et al., 2012); and embolden and elaborate teacher knowledge and engagement (Patterson, 2015). However, while studies have examined the overall effects of PD, there is a dearth of liter...
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How do accountants experience and respond to increasing productivity pressure and a corresponding measurement regime monitoring their work? Drawing on case research in an international technology company, our study problematizes that productivity measurement tends to build on the assumption that accountants perform primarily routinized and standard...
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Let $\mathcal{G}$ be a finite set of matrices in a unipotent matrix group $G$ over $\mathbb{Q}$, where $G$ has nilpotency class at most ten. We exhibit a polynomial time algorithm that computes the subset of $\mathcal{G}$ which generates the group of units of the semigroup $\langle\mathcal{G}\rangle$ generated by $\mathcal{G}$. In particular, this...
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Access control technology is one of the key technologies to ensure safe resource sharing. Identity authentication and authority distribution are two key technologies for access control technology to restrict unauthorized users from accessing resources, and only authorised legal users can access resources. However, user privacy protection and freque...
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A arquitetura de rede 5G traz novos desafios em segurança cibernética quando comparada às redes legadas, cujo histórico demonstra vulnerabilidades em comunicações fim-a-fim. Nesse contexto, esse trabalho apresenta uma breve discussão sobre os aspectos de segurança cibernética em redes 5G relacionados à autenticação de assinante por meio de criptogr...
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Intermediate labour markets (ILMs) provide fixed-term work opportunities and coaching for people in disadvantaged positions in labour markets. We study 46 sequences from six audio-recorded recruitment interviews for an ILM job targeted at people who have been unemployed for a prolonged period. Using an ethnomethodological approach to identity, memb...
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Investigations into the intimate relationships of sexual minorities are proliferating, but often adopt a deficit-oriented and US-centered perspective. In this tri-nation online study with sexual minority participants from Austria, Germany, and Switzerland (N = 571), we (i) assessed the construct validity of the German version of a well-known measur...
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The Atheist Identity Concealment Scale (AICS) was developed as a tool to assess the degree to which atheists conceal their atheist identity from others. Drawing on concealable stigmatized identity (CSI) theory, the aim of this study was to provide researchers with a valid means to effectively assess atheist identity concealment. Using three separat...
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As societal needs change and STEM solutions are offered, an increasing concern for the participation of girls in STEM has emerged. Research has consistently shown the unintended preferential treatment of boys by teachers during STEM teaching and, although well recognised, has seen limited change over the past decades. Gendered interactions, includi...
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Architecture form(s) identity. Spaces for the absence of memory is a collection of essays on the theme of memory, its possible loss, weakness, ability to build individual and collective identities, and on the way architecture inserts itself in this process, determining different spaces of reflection. These texts all arise from a common research gro...
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Wenxuan Liu, Hua Wang, Huanjie Zhu, Xiaoyan Zhu, Xianyou He, Wei Zhang Key Laboratory of Brain, Cognition and Education Sciences (South China Normal University), Ministry of Education, Guangdong Key Laboratory of Mental Health and Cognitive Science, Center for Studies of Psychological Application, School of Psychology, South China Normal University...
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In the global competition of higher education, an increasing emphasis has been placed on university research excellence. Accordingly, academics have to engage in both research and teaching activities. The multiple and fragmented identities of academics can sometimes be contested, leading to identity tensions, and impeding their professional develop...
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Reconstructing ancestral species is a challenging endeavour: fossils are often scarce or enigmatic, and inferring ancestral characters based on novel molecular approaches (e.g. comparative genomics or developmental genetics) has long been controversial. A key philosophical challenge pertinent at present is the lack of a theoretical framework capabl...
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University identity has been a little exposed form in University Social Responsibility, since it is usually thought of as the symbolism or traditionalism built in different generations within the university, this being a wrong way of understanding the sense of belonging and relevance to the cultural and traditional university background. In the pre...
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This paper proposed a fast convergence and balanced adolescent identity search algorithm (FCBAISA) for numerical and engineering design problems. The main contributions are as follows. Firstly, a hierarchical optimization strategy is proposed to balance the exploration and exploitation better. Secondly, a fast search strategy is proposed to avoid t...
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Automobility theory investigates the prevalence of the privately-owned car, including technology, infrastructure, and cultural elements. In an application of this theory, we quantitatively explore consumer engagement with aspects of automobility related to car ownership and use. We identify seven potential constructs of “automobility engagement” th...
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There is broad consensus (both scientific and philosophical) as to what a rigid body is in classical mechanics. The idea is that a rigid body is an undeformable body (in such a way that all undeformable bodies are rigid bodies). In this paper I show that, if this identification is accepted, there are therefore rigid bodies which are unstable. Insta...
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This study examines how experiences and social interactions help form the occupational identities of livestock operators in northeastern (NE) Colorado. We also explore how their agricultural identities, especially related to gender roles, have shifted in the context of social and ecological change. Little research examines identities in the context...
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Introduction Professional identity development is a central aim of medical education, which has been disrupted during COVID-19. Yet, no research has qualitatively explored COVID-19’s impact across institutions or countries on medical students’ identities. Kegan proposes a cognitive model of identity development, where ‘disorientating dilemmas’ prom...
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Framed through the Communication Theory of Identity (CTI), the present study explored how CTI’s construct of identity gaps, or discrepancies between different aspects of the self, interact with the relationship between sexual self-disclosure and sexual satisfaction, relational satisfaction, and sexual communication satisfaction for people in non-no...
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The existence of transgender people in Indonesia is still considered a mismatch with norms in society. Not infrequently, they are individually and community marginalized, criminalized, and even persecuted. This study aims to determine the negotiation of gender identity in trans womenon Kasu Island, the Indonesia-Singapore border. The existence of t...
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Results of path analysis involving sexual minority participants (N = 1317) from diverse sociopolitical contexts revealed health outcomes to be associated with internalized homonegativity and the resolution of conflict between religious and sexual minority identities. Contrary to expectations, several markers of religiousness were not directly assoc...
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This paper examines the experiences of refugees in a developing country during its first COVID-19 lockdown by utilizing a two-stage qualitative data analysis of 39 interviews with refugees and asylum-seekers. We find that their experiences during the lockdown are shaped by identity, trauma and help from external parties-such as community leaders an...
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Boarding schools exist to provide education for children, but this involves the child leaving the family home and residing in an educational institution. Identity Process Theory suggests that such a change in circumstances can threaten the child’s identity, which triggers coping strategies and impacts on the individual’s self-concept during both ch...
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Proteobacteria is one of the largest and phenotypically most diverse divisions within the domain bacteria. Due to the economic importance, this phylum demands an urgent need for a clear and scientifically sound classification system to streamline their characterization. The goal of our study was to carefully reevaluate the current system of classif...
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Background Black Americans who use cannabis exhibit poorer cannabis-related outcomes than other groups, highlighting a need to identify psycho-sociocultural factors related to their use. Although ethnic-racial identity (ERI) is related to less cannabis use, this is the first known test of whether anxiety sensitivity (AS) or negative affect (depress...
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The present paper is an attempt to study Sunil Gangopadhyay's prose narrative Sabuj Dwiper Raja (The King of the Green Island) which may be treated as a short fiction to fight against the violation of human rights of the Jarawa tribe. The Jarawa land is as though an independent nation within a nation. The ancient tribal people of Andaman Nicobar Is...
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“Can one divide human reality, as indeed human reality seems to be, genuinely divided, into clearly different cultures, histories, traditions, societies, even races, and survive the consequences humanly?” (Said, 1978). Edward W. Said (1978) asks this question in his book ‘Orientalism’ while negotiating the binary constructed between the West and th...
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This study investigates the representation of diversity in STEM picture books for the primary grades. Research suggests that the inclusion or exclusion of various identities contributes to how children view their potential and sense of belonging, which can shape their STEM identity. Children often view books with the lens of understanding what role...
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The zoning blocks in the free building order are the special case of the separate, block and adjacent building regulations in the implementation zoning plans. Buildings are established in order to meet human needs in areas within the zoning boundaries by giving such building regulations. Free-order zoning parcels are another type of mostly separate...
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The zoning islands in the identity of free buildings are one of the island types in the zoning plan. It has an aspect that distinguishes it from the zoning islands with certain definite features such as separate, block and adjacent. It is a building regulation in the identity of a zoning island, which is applicable in application zoning plans, espe...