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Identification of Senior Citizens’ Expectations about Educational Activities

Identification of senior citizens’ expectations about educational activities is very important for the revision of educational policies towards senior citizens in accordance with recent changes.

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The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social and Community Studies , Volume 8, Issue 4, December 2014

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Socially Sustainable Suburbia: Linking Neighbourhood Characteristics to Health Outcomes in an Ageing Population

This paper examines the increasing evidence that indicates the physical environment plays a critical role in determining individual health outcomes for health in later life.

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Reconnecting Nature and Culture: A Model of Social Decision-making in Innovation

Decision-making is an inter-temporal process that integrates rational and emotional components and that is socially and somatically framed. These multiple layers of decision-making will be addressed via an interdisciplinary approach.

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The Poltergeist Office: Re-envisioning the Office in an Era of Boundary-less Work, Ghost Connections, and Virtual Lives

One of the pressures driving the transformation of modern society is the end of the traditional office. “Work” bleeds into all aspects of person’s life transforming both culture and architecture.

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The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Organizational Studies , Volume 8, Issue 3-4, December 2014

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Using a Blocking and Fading Procedure to Reduce Inappropriate Vocalizations and Occurrence of Off-mat Behavior in a Preschool Child with Trisomy 4 and Partial Deletion on Chromosome 2

This study explores the effectiveness of an intervention targeting compliance during nap time of a three-year-old child enrolled in a school for children with developmental disabilities.

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The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Educational Studies , Volume 8, Issue 3-4, December 2014

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Teacher's and Learners' Strategies: How to Improve Peer Editing Skills

This research aimed to investigate teaching and learning strategies that help improve learners’ peer editing. Using modeling, pre-training, and various group and pair activities was found to be successful strategies.

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Examining Agricultural Land-use/Cover Change Options in Rural Northern Ghana: A Participatory Scenario Exploration Exercise Approach

This paper applied participatory scenario exploration exercise to examine farmer's agricultural land-use/cover option(s) in response to climatic and socio-economic drivers, hence the implication on agricultural and natural resources management policy.

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Published online: December 17, 2014

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