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Diverse Meanings of Home in Multicultural Australia

The main aim of this study was to examine how the lived experiences of ethnicity, class, gender, and age constitute meanings and experiences of home and homelessness.

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Where Are All the Women? Diversity, the Sports Media, and Sports Journalism Education

Why are there so few women in the sports media? This paper examines the question by exploring the experiences of female sports journalism students.

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Living with Glue Ear: Researching Educational Needs and Listening to the Voices of a Mother and Child

Glue Ear is a common childhood condition causing intermittent hearing loss. A qualitative approach (Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis and Photovoice) enable mothers and children to share their experiences of its impact.

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Culturally Responsive Classrooms: Closing the Achievement Gap

This paper advocates training teachers in culturally responsive teaching methods increasing teachers' abilities to effectively instruct students from historically marginalized groups, thus resulting in a narrowing of the achievement gap.

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Men's Work-life Balance

The aim of this paper is to identify the factors affecting work-life balance for male employees in the UK via an exploratory e-survey.

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The International Journal of Diverse Identities , Volume 14, Issue 1, January 2015

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Working the Gap: Negotiating 'Private Troubles' and 'Public Issues'

This paper describes how culture is drawn upon to construct essentialist or binary relationships in Northern Territory settings concerned with ‘closing the gap’ for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.

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Balancing Economic Viability and Artists' Creativity During a Global Financial Crisis

This paper discusses the early stages of a PhD exploring the impact of the Global Financial Crisis on career artists. It asks: Does economic stress compromise creativity and community diversity?

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The Upsurge in Intolerance against Migrants during the Greek Recession

The paper explores migrant-related attitudes before and during the Greek debt crisis and investigates the main triggers of developing intolerance against migrants.

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The Power to Name, Define, and Represent: Exploring Influences from a Study of Religion Perspective

What ethics are involved in the power to name and define, and what role does visual culture play?

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