Journal Articles (Modern Languages and Cultural Studies)
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- 4Caufield, Catherine
- 3Tarif, Julie.
- 2Beard, Laura J.
- 2Bortolussi, Marisa
- 2Gray, Genevieve
- 2Olson, Joanne
Blending classroom instruction with online homework: A study of student perceptions of computer-assisted L2 learningDownload
This study investigates the impact of an online workbook on the attitudes of 245 second language (L2) Spanish learners toward this pedagogical tool over two consecutive semesters. The treatment consisted of four hours of classroom instruction and one set of online homework per week, during two...
De l’homogénéisation des associations lexicales créatives dickensiennes : le style dickensien mis à l’épreuve en traductionDownload
In Oliver Twist, many lexical associations are semantically heterogeneous. This phenomenon is visible at several linguistic levels, especially at the syntagmatic level, with metaphorical associations as well as with transferred collocations, and at the sentence level, with semantic zeugmas. These...
The study design was descriptive, correlational, cross-sectional, and qualitative. The objective was to identify sociodemographic and labor risk factors for drug consumption and types of violence in the workplace related to drug consumption, as well as to understand the perception of female...
Introduction: Ana Maria Shua declared, in a 1994 interview with Beth Pollack, that if her books have any thing in common, it would be a particular sense of humor, of irony. That special brand of Shua humor, expressed in the colloquial, intimate porteijo Spanish she wields so well, invites the...
International nursing leadership related to the drugs phenomenon: A case study of the partnership experience between the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission (CICAD) and the University of Alberta-Faculty of NursingDownload
David, Helena M.S., Castillo, Maria M.A., Chavez, Ketty A.P., Galera, Sueli A.F., Olson, Joanne, Cartana, Maria H.F., Gray, Genevieve, Luduena, Alicia C., Randuz, Vera, Wright, M.G.M., Oblitas, Flor Y.M., Roldan, Maria C.B., Pillon, Sandra, Silva, Julia H., Caufield, Catherine
In this article, the authors discuss the value of international health in advancing the nursing profession through the development of strong leadership in the area of drug demand reduction. Paradigms for nursing leadership are briefly reviewed and linked to the development of the \"International...
International research capacity-building programs for nurses to study the drug phenomenon in Latin America: challenges and perspectivesDownload
The First International Research Capacity-Building Program for Nurses to Study the Drug Phenomenon in the Americas is a result of a partnership between the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission (CICAD) of the Organization of American States (OAS) and the Faculty of Nursing in the...
Introduction to special issue \"Magic Realism: New Perspectives and Theoretical Advances\"