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The Relationship of Gender on the Perceptions of School Resource Officers Regarding Roles, Responsibilities, and School Culture and Collaboration
School Resource Officers (SROs) play a critical role in establishing a safe learning environment for students across the nation. Though there are several studies related to SRO perceptions regarding their roles and ...
A Successful Experiment in Participatory Science for Promoting Change in a French Industrial Region
(Society for Social Studies of Science, 2017)
The author and her team worked with the residents in an industrial area in France to produce a participatory epidemiological study about their health. The final report, drafted with input from the citizens, attracted the ...
Patronage, Millennialism and the Serpent God Mumbo in South-West Kenya, 1912–34
(Cambridge University Press, 2002-02)
This article traces the history of Mumboism, a millennial cult of south-west Kenya, 1912–34. Mumbo, the serpent god of Lake Victoria, promised to eject whites and chiefs from the region and usher in a period of prosperity. ...
Plan-Based Expressivism and Innocent Mistakes
(University of Chicago Press, 2009-01)
Over the past hundred years, there has been a series of metaethical views according to which we ought to deepen our understanding of normative terms by inquiring after the states of mind they express. This is the class of ...
Relationship Status, Health, and Health Behavior: An Examination of Cohabiters and Commuters
(University of California Press, 2010)
A large amount of literature on relationship status, health, and health behavior indicates that marriage conveys health benefits. This literature, however, devotes relatively little attention to two theoretically interesting ...
Democratization as a Peace Strategy
(Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2013-07-05)
The European Union's Security Strategy views the creation of strong and stable states as a prerequisite for international peace and stability. At the same time, the establishment of democratic regimes is seen as fundamental ...
"Liberal Education Has Failed": Reading Like an Engineer in 1960s America
(Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 2009)
The nature of student affairs work at historically black colleges and universities
(Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 2006)
This qualitative study examined the nature of work for 70 administrators (67% female, 33 male) who provide services to students at historically Black colleges and universities. Data were collected by administering the ...
Household Crowding and Family Relations in Bangkok
(University of California Press, 1993-08)
Cities in developing countries are growing ever larger and more dense, fostering congested household environments. Using data from Bangkok, this paper examines the effect of household crowding on multiple measures of family ...