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A Cross-Cultural Intentional Community in Rural Panama: The Validation of Testing Measures

The primary researcher participated in both an ethnographic and psychological approach toward the study of acculturation, cultural orientation, and motivation in a cross-cultural intentional community in rural Panama.

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Parenting Differences in Minority Families: Implications for Practice in Hispanic and African American Families

This study utilizes quantitative methodology to explore difference in parenting among Hispanic and African American families. Practice implications are explored in context to servicing minority families.

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The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies , Volume 9, Issue 2, April 2015

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Coping with Poverty in Ghana: An Analysis of Livelihood Strategies of Persons Living with HIV and AIDS in Cape Coast and Accra, Ghana

Persons Living with HIV and AIDS (PLHIV) could voluntarily terminate their livelihoods or lose their livelihoods involuntarily. This study sought to examine strategies that PLHIV adopt to have some livelihood.

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Is There Any Correlation between Place-making and Place Attachment? A Challenge for Interdisciplinary Research

This paper discusses place-making, a new trend sweeping cities of the developed world and its relationship to place attachment. Research is needed to evaluate its multidisciplinary practice and social benefits.

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The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social and Community Studies , Volume 9, Issue 3-4, April 2015

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Social Representations, Conciliation in Equity, and Community Justice: A Case Study

This paper investigates social representations (SR) of the concepts of equity, community justice, and coexistence of the users of conciliation in equity in a district in the city of Bogotá.

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Overcharging and Professional Misconduct: How Much Is Too Much?

This paper explores ethical lessons learned from a recent Singapore case on overcharging in the medical profession. This case is a useful guide to professionals such as lawyers and engineers.

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Health and Resilience in High-risk Professions: A Pilot Study of Firefighters in Canada and the United Kingdom

An inter-disciplinary, health promoting, cross-country study explicating firefighter definitions of resilience, as well as resilience and coping scores, descriptions of resilience-building strategies, and recommendations for wellness programs in high-risk professions.

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Developing Reliable and Valid Measures for Science Team Process Success Factors in Transdisciplinary Research

In this paper, reliable measures are developed for process success factors in transdisciplinary research.

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