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The Elements of Libidinal Economy in Instagram: A New Ontological Status of Photography

This paper is a reflection on the use of Instagram images as economic operators. This analysis focuses on a re-reading of Lyotard’s "Libidinal Economy" and Barthes’ anchorage theory.

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Locating Civic Engagement through Social Media during Calamities: The Philippine Experience

This paper explores how citizens use social media during calamities to express their opinions, generate resources, and mobilize support for disaster victims gleaning from the Philippine experience.

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The Impact of Social Welfare System on Life Satisfaction

This paper tests whether the social welfare system impacts people's life satisfaction among Organization for Economic Co‑operation and Development (OECD) countries by using quantitative data.

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Becoming a Youth Practitioner: A Narrative Study of Personalized Constructions of Professionalism and Professional Identity Formation

This paper explores how a praxeological approach to professional learning supports individualized constructions of professional identity for youth services practitioners.

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Bots, Blogs, and Scenario-based e-Learning: A Discourse Analysis into Unintended Realities and Emotionality of Learning about Children

This study determines how pre-service teachers in a child development course demonstrated reflexivity in the language of blogs to reveal deeper understandings about children in simulated environments in Second Life.

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Transdisciplinarity, Autopoiesis, and Dialogue: An Educational Project

This examination of a transdisciplinary methodology is aimed at inverting existing pedagogy and curriculum theory toward a relationally based mode of inquiry and interaction.

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Greek Economic Crisis and Memory Revival of World War II

The paper investigates core parallels between the experience of WWII and the current economy crisis as represented in various aspects of public discourse in contemporary Greek society.

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Do Rural Child Welfare Professionals Perceive Themselves Culturally Competent? Culture Competence Training

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Neoliberal Policies and Weekend Supplements of Major Dailies in Turkey

This paper addresses how the neoliberal policies that have prevailed in Turkey after 1980 are reflected in media content, analyzing major newspapers in terms of globalization, consumption culture, and standardization.

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Emotional Appeals in Commercials Affect Purchasing Behavior

The relationship between effectiveness of commercials with and without emotional appeals was significantly different in a purposive sample of online respondents (n=82). The respondents represented both American and Chinese cultures.

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