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Women Representation during the Peace Process in the Colombian Media

The actual work pretends asking about the role that women perform into the dialogues of peace executed in Havana, specifically how media have visualized the female figure in the negotiations.

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Lactic Acid Fermentation: Drawing on Waste from Fishery and Agricultural Industries

Protein hydrolysates from Thunnus albacares wastes by lactic acid fermentation using Carica papaya and molasses as carbon sources presented high degree of hydrolysis and radical scavenging activities.

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Factors Predicting the Desire to Walk among Pedestrian Rail Commuters within Transit-oriented Development Areas

This study examines factors influencing the desire to walk to railway stations among TOD residents and the correlational relationship between physical attributes, weather, safety, and rail level of services.

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Understanding the Community and Voluntary Sector in New Zealand: Exploring the Information Potential in the New Zealand Charities Register Data

This paper explores the potential of the Charities Register data to provide a broader perspective of the charitable sector and inform policy and funding agencies about the support they provide.

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Flooding in Bangladesh: An In-Depth Analysis of Community Disaster Resilience Applying the “Production Model”

The "production model" clearly demonstrates the potential for building community resilience through increasing state disaster prevention activities while illustrating that the community contribution is already strained.

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Towards Culturally Safe Social Policy Processes for Aboriginal Australians

This is an examination of how the concept cultural-safety can be used critically to assist in the development of better social policy for Indigenous Australians.

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Developing a Sustainable Model for a Community Youth Development Social Enterprise: One Agency’s Plan for Success

This study chronicles the development of a youth-focused social enterprise, Transformation Project Group (TPG). The participants explore the necessary components to build and sustain a successful social enterprise.

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Importance of Tacit Knowledge for a Successful Graduation from the University Students’ Point of View

This study focuses on the perception of importance of tacit knowledge from university students' point of view and situations connected with student’s life in which tacit knowledge is important.

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Implementing Inclusive Education: A Case of KwaZulu-Natal’s Department of Education, South Africa

The purpose of this paper is to describe an innovative teaching and learning practice in which thirty final-year pre-service student teachers in South Africa used digital stories to reflect.

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Laughing Their Way: Resistant Humor in the Fiction of Contemporary American Women

The role of humor in the fiction of American writer, Lorrie Moore. The discourse of humor functions as a subversive technique for questioning basic assumptions and resisting cultural constrictions.

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