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Disclosing the Left’s “Regressive Dilemmas”: Depth Hermeneutics and the Value of an Ideological Reinterpretation of Globalisation

This paper explores the ideological nature of globalisation and outlines an appropriate method, depth hermeneutics, for examining globalization in specific circumstances.

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Men Studying "Female" Professions in Quebec

This paper introduces a qualitative study in men pursuing traditionally "female" professions at Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (UQAT).

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A Model Social Profit and Loss Account as a Measurement Tool for Social Sustainability of Community Development Programs

This research evaluates the usefulness of a model Social Profit and Loss account as a mode of sustainability reporting through the perceptions of a select group of business students.

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Japan-China Relations in East Asia: Great Power Rivalry or Peaceful Interdependence?

China and Japan are rivals as well as interdependent on one another in East Asia. This is due to the "game" relations between them.

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E=MC2 Spells the Death of Materialism: Why are We Inhabiting its Corpse? An Integral Perspective

Social sciences are hostage to the "material universe." This workshop reviews evidence (quantum physics, relativity, parapsychology), tests, and discusses worldviews via integral theory, shifting the paradigm for a fairer world.

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Religiosity, Gender and Political Participation in Rural Areas of Imo State, Nigeria

This study examines the impact of religiosity on political participation of men and women in rural areas of Imo State, Nigeria. It also examines how the impact varies by gender.

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Pan-Slavism and Soft Power in Post-Cold War Southeast European International Relations: Competitive Interference and Smart Power in the European Theatre of the Clash of Civilizations

The drive for self-determination of national minorities often arbitrarily placed within state borders receives support from competing great power actors, intensifying conflict. This pattern has intensified in the nuclear era.

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From Islamic Dress and Islamic Fashion to Cool Islam: An Exploration of Muslim Youth Hybrid Identities in the West

This analysis explores how young Muslims in the West navigate the different layers of their identity and express them through hybrid dressing practices.

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Risk Attitudes in International Travel and Migration by Young Europeans

This paper explores the relation between person-centred, competence-based, and culture-determined risk-taking on one hand, and attitudes to international travel and migration on the other hand.

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The Evolving International Political Economy of the Northeast Asia Region: A Focus on Shifting Workplace Orientations and Conditions, 1981–2014

This research utilizes attitudinal data and country contextual geopolitical and economic data to examine the political and economic structural factors impacting the labor transformation in South Korea and the region.

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