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“Either Everything Is Sacred or Nothing Is”: Zadie Smith’s White Teeth as Postsecular Fiction

As an example of contemporary postsecular fiction, Zadie Smith’s novel White Teeth (2000) narrates the partial return of religion in our so-called secular age.

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Becoming Brazilian: The Making of National Identity through Football

This article discusses the role of football as a crucial instrument for Brazilian national identity through race, economic, social and cultural aspects.

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Published online: May 25, 2017

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The Demise of the 2009–2010 Climate Bill and the Implications for Future US Climate Policy

Exploring US congressional resistance carbon emissions regulation, the paper argues that prospects for enactment of such regulations are bleak but that other climate policy approaches might be more viable politically.

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Published online: May 24, 2017

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Using Recycled Water Meter Boxes for Water Soundscape Design: An Experiment with Inspiration from the Suikinkutsu

This experiment was undertaken to design a soundscape with waterfalls using the recycled water meter box and covers with inspiration from the Suikinkutsu, an ancient Japanese garden music device.

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Preparation for a University Exam: Students’ Points of View

This study examined students’ reports about the content of exam preparation, factors influencing exam preparation, and behavior and mental strategies applied during exam preparation.

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Published online: May 23, 2017

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Reconceiving Creativity in Design Studio Education

This article describes an interior architecture studio that enhances students’ creative capacity through actively legitimising creativity and providing ample opportunity for collaboration to enhance creativity.

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University Freshmen Evaluate College Readiness: Implications for Instruction that Supports Success

In this quantitative methods study, we examined how college freshmen assessed their readiness for university-level reading and writing and the variables that best predicted placement in credit-bearing college English courses.

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Published online: May 22, 2017

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How Spatial Proximity Matters in the Encounters between Strangers: Urban Chinese Young Adults and Their Use of WeChat

This article investigates how Chinese college students use WeChat to negotiate encounters with strangers who share physical proximity with them.

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Iconoclasm as Catharsis: Anselm Kiefer and the Seeds of Memory

This article explores Kiefer's concept of art as a tool for the exploration of memory as well as a means of confronting trauma to understand individual and national identity.

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Food for Thought: Engaging Youth in Creative Knowledge Sharing of School Food Experiences

The purpose of this knowledge translation project was to engage youth in sharing their food experiences through creative workshops, in order to share findings with decision makers in school food.

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