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Gender Reports in Three Major Newspapers: Variations on the Same News

Gender news from different journals will be contrasted to find out what can be improved. Responsibility for language usage, which determines public opinion, is a key issue.

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Event Segmentation as an Explanation for the Seemingly Inconsistent Structure of Wordsworth’s Prelude

This paper applies a theory of text segmentation from cognitive psychology to explain why readers keep commenting on the discontinuity in a well-known poetic work.

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The Investigation of Process Innovation for Senior People in the Community

This study outlines factors affecting process innovation for senior people and it was found that the appropriate innovation is the Process Innovation.

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Framework 4 Relief Pictograms

This study provides a framework that systematizes guidelines to support the development of new relief pictograms in the food allergies context to support blind users.

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The Choice between Progress and the Planet

This paper examines the impact of the privileging of economic discourse over ethical discourse in the difficulties of communicating climate change policy in Australia.

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Integrating Gender Equity into Community-Based Parent Education: Evaluation and Reflections

A community-based parent education project integrated with gender equity principles was developed and implemented. Preliminary analyses suggest that the project was satisfactory and helpful in raising adults' gender consciousness.

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The Globalized Technological Impact on the Educational System in Taiwan

This study triggers discussion on perspectives of globalization and technologicalization to explore the current educational system in Taiwan.

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The Psycho-philosophic Melancholy in Bohumil Hrabal's "Too Loud a Solitude": Constructive Literature, Destructive Culture

The main character, anguished from maniac-depressive states, bringing about melancholia, portrays a man of modern literature, "complexified" culture (Lyotard's Term), absurdity, and nothingness from a psycho-philosophical view point.

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Issues on Explaining Legal Recognition of Marital Rape in Islam in Pakistan

This paper generates discussion on the legal recognition of marital rape in Islam situationally contextualized for Pakistan.

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Examining the Methodological Implications of International Classroom Research

This study examines the methodological implications of adapting research design and connecting the findings of a large-scale international classroom video study to a small-scale classroom video study in Brunei Darussalam.

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