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Diversity in Portuguese Higher Education: Perception of the Inclusion of Disabled Students

This qualitative study describes how the inclusion of people with disabilities is perceived by a group of teachers and a group of disabled students in a Portuguese university.

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Social Work Standards of Cultural Competence: A Model for Global Community Engagement

Cultural competence is a requisite for human global interpersonal and intrapersonal engagement on multiple levels of diversity. Establishing standards for cultural competence for global groups, communities and nations is essential.

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Gender Egalitarianism and Career Expectations: Comparing China, France, Germany, Mexico, Russia, and Turkey

This paper is a survey with respondents from six countries regarding gender egalitarianism. Some discrepancies to Hofstede’s masculinity dimension and the Globe gender dimensions are analyzed. Revised approaches are discussed.

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Three Characteristics of Feminist Mathematics Classrooms

To create a feminist mathematics environment, we implemented curriculum modules that attend to students’ perceived usefulness of mathematics, explicitly address student motivation, and encourage all students to assert mathematical authority.

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Welcome to Darwin: International Voices about Living and Studying in Darwin

An exploration of the issues that impact international students who choose to live and study in Darwin, told through their own words.

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A Review of the Model of Body Aesthetics: Applications for the Study of Contemporary Body Modification

This paper explores the applicability of the Model of Body Aesthetics and suggests future applications in which the model to explore the nature of gendered contemporary dress practices.

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Ancient Indigenous Communication: An Exploratory Multidisciplinary Model

Ancient Indigenous writing and communication is unexplored and mostly referred to as "art". This paper argues that ancient forms of communication aimed at reaching specific economic, social, and other goals.

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A Faith-based Prison Unit as a Community of Change: An Aotearoa New Zealand Case Study

This paper presents findings that suggest that a faith-based unit in prison can be viewed as a community of change.

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Diverse Environments, Similar Understandings: Children's Perceptions of Their Local, Natural Environments

The study sought to understand from both a qualitative and quantitative perspective how two diverse groups of children understand their local, natural environments as well as the environments of others.

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The International Journal of Diversity in Education , Volume 14, Issue 3-4, April 2015

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