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Kate Bride, Connie Morrison and John Hoben, Ph.D. Canditaes, Faculty of Education, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Living Lives Between Borders: Interdisciplinary Academic Work & The Search for Transformative Openings
Kate Bride, Connie Morrison and John Hoben, Guest Editors
The Illusion of Certainty
Sexual Health Education: Silenced by Diplomacy and Political Correctness
Melody E. Morton Ninomiya
Youth as Knowledge Constructors and Agents of Educational Change
Morgan Gardner, Ann McCann, Angela Crockwell
The Black Days of Bear Markets: Defending a Democratic Conception of Higher Education
Book Review Essay
Extraordinary Evil: A Brief History of Genocide... And Why It Matters by Barbara Coloroso. Toronto: Viking Canada (Penguin), 2007.
Globalism, Neo-liberalism, Public Schools and Higher Education: Is Your Academic Institution Moving Toward Corporate Model Under Globalism and Neo-liberalism: What Is Being Said And Done Around You And What Should You Observe, Say And Do?