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Laughing Their Way: Resistant Humor in the Fiction of Contemporary American Women

The role of humor in the fiction of American writer, Lorrie Moore. The discourse of humor functions as a subversive technique for questioning basic assumptions and resisting cultural constrictions.

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Governance Mechanism and Performance in Firms Listed on the Market for Alternative Investment: Evidence from the Thailand Stock Market

This paper examines the relationship between governance mechanism and firm performance of listed firms with SMEs characteristics. The results show significant relationships between the two factors across different models.

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Correlation between Peace and Development

This study proves the significant correlation between peace and human development, by using statistical and econometric tools.

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A Labeling Regulation Analysis for Eco-fashion Product

This study explores current apparel products’ labeling practices in the U.S. The study develops a barcode labeling system to assist consumers’ eco-product consumption.

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The Politics of Preserving Urban Nature: A Case Study of Kaohsiung's Meinong Nature Park

Kaohsiung is the largest industrial city in Taiwan whose urban process hinges upon its nature. This study explores the politics of urban nature related to the Meinong Nature Park.

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Introducing the Flipped Classroom Strategy in the Learning of Year Nine Factorization

This study examines the flipped classroom strategy that was used in the learning of Year Nine Factorization in an all-girls high school in Brunei Darussalam.

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Who Is Responsible for Women's Dis-empowerment in Pakistan? Islam, Military Rule, or Women Themselves

This paper discusses the status of women in Islam, in civil and military rule and the failure of the Pakistani Government to address female disempowerment as part of national security.

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Transitional Justice in Colombia and Legal Framework for Peace: Reflections from the Viewpoint of International Humanitarian Law

This paper analyze the fight for territorial control, abuses, and acts of violence associated with the Colombian internal armed conflict. They have forced millions of Colombians to flee their homes.

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Using Polya’s Principles as an Approach to Helping Students Make Sense of Problem Solving

This study explores the effectiveness of Polya’s four stages of problem solving on year-eleven students' performances concerning circle theorem.

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Mapping the Health and Safety of Female Sex Workers after the Prostitution Reform Act (2003): Human Services Perspectives and Responses

The New Zealand Prostitution Reform Act 2003 required a reconfiguration of regulatory responsibility. This paper maps the responses of key mainstream and NGO human services.

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