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Should Civil Marriage Be Opened Up to Multiple Parties?
(Emory Law Journal, 2015)
In this Essay, we argue that civil marriage should not be opened up to multiple parties. Our focus is on civil, not religious, marriage, and we address polygamy in general, rather than any particular form of it. We highlight ...
Canada Lite: impact of LibQUAL+® Lite on the members of the LibQUAL+ Canada Consortium
This paper assesses the impact of the new LibQUAL+® Lite survey format implemented in 2010 as experienced by the members of the LibQUAL+® Canada Consortium. LibQUAL+®’s largest consortium did the survey with 53 academic ...
Education for Resiliency: An Examination of Risks in a Native American Youth Environment
This thesis examines Blackfoot (Kainai) Native youth risks in contemporary society including alcohol, drugs, and crime. The overall purpose of the thesis is to investigate and address environmental, social, physical, and ...
Weakness in the evidence base: latent problems to consider and solutions for improvement
(Gower Publishing, Surrey, UK, 2013)
Developing information literacy skills in nursing and rehabilitation therapy students.
The environment in which nurses and rehabilitation therapists practice is rapidly evolving, resulting in changes in the skill sets and competencies required of new graduates. Evidence-based practice models, for example, ...