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Pedagogy for Embracing Diversity and Challenging Ethnocentric Identity Investment: Strategies for Challenging Cultural Biases

We give examples of strategies we have used to foster transformative learning and critical thinking as groundwork for embracing the challenges and benefits of life in an increasingly diverse society.

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Published online: November 26, 2014

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When Democratic Interests and the Public Good Clash: State Takeover of Public School Districts

This paper analyzes what happens to community representation and voice when the duly elected school boards are ousted and school districts are taken over by the state.

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Minding the Gap: Creating Success for Underrepresented Populations in Maritime Education

This paper introduces a model implemented at California Maritime Academy to serve women and students of color through student engagement, mentoring, and learning communities.

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Indigenous Higher Education Graduates Challenging Stereotypes: An Ecological Approach to Resilience

This paper explores indigenous student’s interaction with the counter-culture of University and illuminated aspects of resilience.

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A Qualitative Study of Diversity and Its Management in Australian Public Service (APS): Employee Perceptions

This presentation is about the practical applications of the Workplace Diversity Plan in an Australian federal government agency and employees' support (or lack thereof) for such a plan.

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Do You See What I See? Creative Representation of Research into Identity

Creative arts interpretations of identity are not always separate from processes of objective research. Using two examples from filmmaking, statistical surveys are analysed and considered as an audio-visual experience.

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Improving Youth Engagement by Local Governments: A Swedish Case Study

This paper presents a case study that explores the context, the ends (objectives and outcomes), and the means (structures and processes) of youth engagement initiatives by a Swedish local government.

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Social Inclusion Strategies: Endorsing Conformity or Promoting Diversity?

State-based social inclusion initiatives are compared to contemporary social inclusion philosophies. Identifying gaps between government initiatives and current thinking about social inclusion allows suggestions for improving practices to promote diversity.

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Transforming the Public Mental Health System: Guiding Principles for Workforce Development

In 2004, a ballot measure provided guiding principles for stakeholder involvement transforming the public mental health system in California. Now ten years later, this paper outlines progress and reflections.

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Published online: October 10, 2014

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Ignorance Is No Bliss: Indian Vision

Contemporary life is full of conflict, struggle, and such problems. The path to peaceful living lies in understanding others. This paper suggests some Indian techniques for peaceful living.

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Published online: September 26, 2014

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