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Introduction: Several national trials have demonstrated the efficacy of lifestyle interventions on decreasing the incidence of type 2 diabetes in adults with prediabetes. Behavior change pertaining to physical activity (PA) and diet were central to these lifestyle interventions; however it is...
SSHRC Awarded IG 2019: Our four-year study explores how disabled men with diverse impairments and subject positions experience and enact masculinity through fashion. We use fashion as a research context and an arts-based method to generate new understandings of masculinity and disability. Our...
The study uses grounded theory approach to develop different categories of stopwords leading to the creation of a stopword list for email-based data. The finding of the study will contribute in better understanding of email as data and developing better algorithms which could automatically remove...
DevOps, which stands for Development-Operations, is an important software engineering topic that arose from the IT industry in 2009. XebiaLabs claimed that, in Google Search, DevOps is one of the hottest search terms in technology over the last five years, and continues to rise . According to...
In undergraduate education, nurse educators have embraced preceptorship as a teaching/learning approach in preparing nursing students for professional practice. As educational institutions broaden their international agenda to include borderless or global nursing placements, a thorough...
Child maltreatment is widely considered a major public health and societal concern affecting numerous children worldwide (Burczycka & Conroy, 2018; Cyr, Michel, & Dumais, 2013; UNICEF, 2006). Due to their proximity to children, teachers have a legal responsibility to report their suspicions of...
Utilizing Teacher Experiences from the Past to Promote Reflection in Contemporary Teacher Education: A Grounded Theory Study on the Project Yesteryear Questionnaires of Robert S. PattersonDownload
By analyzing archival data of the responses of veteran teachers who worked in British Columbia in the 20th century, this project seeks to (a) determine the usefulness of this body of data in the instruction of 21st century teacher candidates; and (b) explore further insights into effective ideas...