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Literary Trails of the Mind Inspired by Nature: How Walking the Land Brings New Intellectual Wisdom to Humanity from Gazing at Stars to Butterfly Wings

This paper is a literary analysis of texts by writers to detect direct contact with Nature that inspired individual reflections shared with peers, influencing literary heritage and human intellectual development.

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Published online: August 31, 2015

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Early Childhood Teachers' Knowledge of and Attitudes Towards Promoting Health and Safety in Kindergartens

A program was designed based on the concept of promoting school health to transfer knowledge and program designing skills in health education and promotion to the kindergarten educators.

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Femininity as a Signifier of Lack and Desire in Wilkie Collins’s The Woman in White

Wilkie Collins' "The Woman in White" reveals the fictionality of Victorian femininity and usurpation of woman's identity by the patriarchal society. She exists as a signifier of desire.

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In Pursuit of Happiness: Moving Our Communities toward a Sustainable and Happy Future

The paper is an advocacy piece for a sustainable future; a framework and approach for a sustainable future focused on offering the greatest opportunity for happiness is introduced.

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Improving Collaborative Skills by Computer Science Students through Structured Discussion Forums

This study develops a structure for discussion forums and investigated its impact on the improvement of collaborative skills by computer science students.

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Low-income Housing: A Perspective on India's Urban Poor

The study examines various challenges associated with Urban poor housing requirements in the context of growing pressure on housing in the first and second-tier cities of India.

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Memories of Mentorship: The Significant Life Experiences of Female Activists in the Environmental Field

This paper studies the significant life experiences that inspire women to become activists in the fields of sustainability and environmental justice.

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Heterogeneous Farm Household Perceptions about Climate Change: A Case Study of a Semi-arid Region of Ghana

This paper identified household types based on their assets (human, natural and financial). Perceptions of climate change were compared, thus providing information that could inform adaptation strategy policy.

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Published Online: August 28, 2015

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Community-Academic Collaboration to Impact Childhood Obesity

A community-academic partnership that implemented clinical guidelines in an underserved elementary school is explored. Outcomes indicate this evidence-based, multi-pronged approach may accelerate the progress toward the prevention of childhood obesity.

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Food Literacy: Perceptions of Young Canadian Adults

This qualitative study examined food literacy (knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values) from the perspective of young Canadian adults who have recently transitioned to independent living.

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Published online: August 28, 2015

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