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Research Impact Responsibilities: Policy Alternatives for Canada
How research evidence comes to have impacts in academic and nonacademic arenas is increasingly becoming a focal point in scholarly discourse across scholarly disciplines and jurisdictional boundaries. However, despite the ...
Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing and Adjourning: Leadership Lessons from some Youth Thespians
The development of youth agency and leadership skills offers many long-term benefits. This paper analyses an experimental high school action theatre project in the American Midwest, entitled Beyond the Borders (BTB), through ...
Complicating the Narrative: Representation, Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis, and Witnessing
Refugee and forced migrant issues have emerged as part of the nation’s consciousness with the rising number of asylum seekers arriving in European countries, the uncertainty over the position of undocumented migrants in ...
The Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Duncan McArthur Hall: 50 Years of Scholarship at Queen’s University Faculty of Education
In 1968, the Queen’s University Faculty of Education at Duncan McArthur Hall began to educate professional teachers in an effort to solve the crisis caused by the dramatic increase in Canada’s population during the baby ...
Hot Passion Versus Cold Reason: An Expectancy-Value-Cost Conceptualization of What Motivates Partisanship Versus Rationality
It is about as fashionable as it has ever been to disagree with objective fact. Being right is to some a matter of opinion rather than a position within reality. Volume seems to drown out reason. This paper is not an ...