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Understanding Teacher Education in Contentious Times : Political Cross-Currents and Conflicting InterestsWritten By: Cornbleth, CatherinePublished By: RoutledgePublished In: 2013MIL EAN/ISBN: 9781306111843Pub e-EAN/ISBN: 9781136169069Hardcover EAN/ISBN: Paper EAN/ISBN: 9780415643115EPUB EAN/ISBN: BIC: JNMT

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Depth and usefulness in theories of sexual violence

Ian V. McPhail

Recently, Professor Tony Ward made a few recommendations on how researchers and theorists can contribute to theory development and advance our understanding of the causes of sexual violence (article can be downloaded… 1,728 more words

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Ramblings of a Retired Mind

I was thinking about how a status symbol of today is those cell phones that everyone has clipped onto their belt or purse.  I can’t afford one.  446 more words


We Regret the Delay

My apologies for the delay in my (I am sure much anticipated) series of posts on Nagel’s Mind and Cosmos; as is so often the case, life has intervened and re-arranged my priorities significantly. 109 more words


Pebble Toss: Pragmatism

(to find out what a “Pebble Toss” is, please click here to read an explanation)

Today’s “Pebble Toss” is on the theme of the dangers of… 203 more words


Parque General San Martin

At the western edge of Mendoza there is a huge park. Central Park huge- nearly the exact same size, in fact. The original design was by French emigre Carlos Thays, projected in the late 1800's. 1,452 more words

American Landscapes

Instant Analysis: On Humanity and Humanness in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes presents, within the capable, tried-and-true lens of science fiction, a new vision of both humanity and humanness with a the now-familiar background of a post-apocalyptic wasteland as a fitting backdrop. 450 more words