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The purpose of this exploratory research study was to examine the phenomenon of alienation in physical education from the perspectives of children. Of particular interest were children’s perspectives about the three constructs of alienation: powerlessness, meaninglessness and social isolation as...
In her writing, Canadian poet Erín Moure combines challenging formal experimentation with keen social and political awareness; Moure, indeed, insists that words and ideas always affect social practices. Accordingly, Moure offers a poetics of protest that reveals and mourns oppression and...
The dean who went to law school: Crossing borders and searching for purpose in North American legal education, 1930-1950Download
This article is about the making of modern legal education in North America. It is a case study of the lives of two law schools, the University of Alberta, Faculty of Law and the University of Minnesota Law School, and their respective deans, Wilbur Bowker and Everett Fraser, in the decades...
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between a sense of alienation and self reported health. A sample consisting of a total of 446 high school students aged 15-19 (Mean age = 16.95, SD = 1.01, Female = 59%), with a participation rate of 91%. The Jessor and Jessor...