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Post-harvest Preservation of Cactus Fruits Produced in Semidesertic Areas of Oaxaca byBiopolymer Coatings

Pitaya and sweet xoconostle are highly perishable endemic fruits of Mexico, therefore the use of coatings to extend postharvest shelf-life and to facilitate distribution would benefit to communities of Oaxaca.

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Shifting Societal Attitudes and Values in Belarus, 1989-2015

This research uses descriptive attitudinal data from multiple waves of the World Values Survey to examine and explore factors impacting social and labor transformation in Belarus from 1989-2014.

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Comparing Notions on European Cultural Heritage in EU Policy Discourse and Scholarly Discussion

The paper investigates varying notions on European cultural heritage in EU policy discourse and scholarly discussion and explores how these notions emphasize spatial, communal, tangible, and intangible dimensions of heritage.

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Reading the Diasporic Spanish-Language Press Backwards: The Interaction of Communication Media and Cultural Diversity Maintenance in Australia

A vibrant Hispanic community exists in Australia, and newspapers have played a pivotal role in the cultural and political life of Hispanics by informing, entertaining, and infuriating them.

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From All Sides: How Disparate Groups See Their Community

Perceptions of community differ depending on the social/cultural background of the residents. An analysis of unsolicited visual images taken by various groups can lead to new insights into community structures.

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Global Identity and Ego Identity Formation in Relation to Global Sources of Influence

This study explores the associations across global sources of influence (e.g. internet, television, newspapers), global identity formation, and ego identity formation for the emerging adulthood population.

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Ugandan Cellular and Internet Usage: Changing Health Care and Education Needs

Ugandan usage of internet resources drives a mix-method study of self-report usage, frequency, and opinions of textual and electronic information technologies (ICTs).

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Published Online: June 22, 2016

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Scientifically Informed Mentoring: An Exploration of Methods to Improve Mentor-Mentee Relationships and Training Approaches

The mentoring relationship is a critical domain for training students as scientific thinkers and practitioners. This article explores research and methods for improving mentor-mentee relationships and training teams.

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Published Online: June 17, 2016

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Doped: The Politics of Innovation and Gender in Australian Horseracing 1947–1955

This paper examines the troubled history of early efforts by applied scientists in Australia to eliminate the use of performance drugs in racehorses.

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Published Online: June 15, 2016

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The Sustainability of Tradition in the Dalmatian Hinterland through Green Entrepreneurship

Agricultural and rural tourism protect the traditions and strengthen the economy. These are still rare examples that should be encouraged for social sustainability in the Dalmatian. hinterland.

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Published Online: June 15, 2016

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