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A New Community Space: The Culture of the Urban Bike Cafe

This paper examines the innovation of urban bike cafes and argues that they offer a new variation of Ray Oldenburg's third place concept in some urban communities.

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Responsible Fast Food Consumption in Urban Ghana: Predicting Consumers’ Intention to Adopt Loyalty or Exit Strategies

This study examines the factors that determine consumers' intention to adopt a loyalty or an exit strategy toward fast food consumption in urban Ghana.

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Religious Food Taboo as a Cause of Reciprocal Hospitality between Orthodox Christians and Muslims in Ethiopia

This paper discusses how food contexts, particularly wedding feasts, function as converging and diverging zones where Christians and Muslims in Ethiopia negotiate their religious identities through food (taboo).

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The Role of Cairo’s Hybrid Cultural Spaces in Creating Sense of Place Attachment

This paper explores the potential of hybrid cultural spaces as an alternative for social public spaces in enhancing social interaction and place attachment for users in Egypt.

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A Review of the Critical Success Factors of Implementing e-Learning in Higher Education

Discussion implementation of e-learning in higher educational institutions and identifying the Critical Success Factors (CSF).

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Enhanced Student Engagement and Meaningful Learning: A Curriculum Redesign

This paper is about curriculum redesign that incorporates case-based learning, experiential learning and problem-based learning approaches engaging students in meaningful learning through a year-long program of higher learning in Singapore.

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Fostering Creativity through Innovative Course Design: Working with Adult Learners to Reclaim Agency

Workplaces have called upon business schools to foster better creativity among graduates. This presents an approach that encourages students to reclaim agency and foster creativity through innovative course design.

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The Elements of Libidinal Economy in Instagram: A New Ontological Status of Photography

This paper is a reflection on the use of Instagram images as economic operators. This analysis focuses on a re-reading of Lyotard’s "Libidinal Economy" and Barthes’ anchorage theory.

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Locating Civic Engagement through Social Media during Calamities: The Philippine Experience

This paper explores how citizens use social media during calamities to express their opinions, generate resources, and mobilize support for disaster victims gleaning from the Philippine experience.

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Embedded Librarianship: Best Practices Explored and Redefined

This paper will address academic librarian embedding practices. The author shares ideas that speak to academic librarian pedagogy, information literacy instruction, library collaboration, curriculum development, and outreach.

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