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"Green Revolutions" in India: Science, Agriculture, and Politics

The paper evaluates the green revolution and biotechnology led agriculture revolution in a social science perspective. It highlights the dichotomy of knowledge which places scientists over the farmers.

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Subjective Life Satisfaction in Changing Rural Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Subjective life satisfaction in rural communities are determined by harmony, cohesiveness, and good feelings. These preferences enable the rural Javanese community to adapt to rapid social and economic changes.

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The Effects of Maternal Disciplining Behaviors on the Development of Self-Assertion, Self-Regulation, and Compliance in Latino Toddlers: Implications for Early Childhood Education

This study explores the effects of maternal disciplining behaviors on Latino toddlers' development of self-regulation, self-assertion, and compliance. The results have implications for practice.

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Ethical Dilemmas in Reporting the 1989 Tiananmen Square Riot: A Case Study Analysis

This study examines the 1989 Tiananmen Square riot in Beijing to explore the ethical dilemmas for a journalist during the protest and to analyze how the ethical issues were managed.

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Arranged Marriage and Gender (In)Equality: Historical and Global Context

This paper explores the changing dynamics of arranged marriages across different cultures over the years. It focuses on gender, status, norms, media, and other factors that have affected this practice.

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Memory in the Celebration of Organisational Identity

This paper analyses, with a case study, the centrality of the mobilization of memory by leadership in the definition and permanence of a social organization.

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Employees’ Participation in Corporate Social Responsibility Initiatives and Job Outcomes

This study explores how employees’ involvement or participation in corporate social responsibility initiatives impact job outcomes such as affective commitment, job satisfaction, organizational attractiveness, organizational performance, and turnover intention.

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Autonomous Learning Derived from Learners’ “RITA” (i.e., Sense of Communicative Supportiveness)

This paper discusses the value of a learning style, RITA-learning, in which learners manifest “RITA,” a Japanese word meaning an altruistic sense of supporting each other, in their communication.

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Bonding and Bridging Social Capital: A Focus on the Bangladeshi Community in the UK

This study examines the level of bonding and bridging of social capital within the Bangladeshi community based on an empirical study conducted on the Bangladeshi community in Coventry, UK.

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Applying Esping-Andersen Typology of Welfare State in Western Balkan Countries

This paper uses hierarchical cluster analysis to assess empirically whether welfare states in the Western Balkans can be classified in any models of Esping-Andersen typology.

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