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Latest publications:
The Identities and (Intercultural) Communicative Experiences of Overseas Teachers at University in Hong Kong SAR

Foreign teachers may identify themselves with a multilayered identity on different occasions. This may reflect their lived experiences as long as they interact with the dominant group in different contexts.

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Published online: April 27, 2017

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Factors Related to Student Dropout Rates and School Intervention in Inclusive Settings in Portugal

This article discusses the Educational Territory of Priority Intervention (TEIP) project through a descriptive study of two Portuguese school, concerning age, gender, and training of its students, teachers, and parents.

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Published online: March 22, 2017

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Embodied Sites, Gendered Spaces: Implications of Ethnographic Work “At Home”

This article interrogates traditional anthropological tropes of fieldwork through reflecting on the author’s first field study “at home” in Toronto, Canada as an embodied process.

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Published online: February 24, 2017

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‘Together We Stand, Divided We Fall’: Toward a Critical Approach for Integrating the ‘Other’ in the School Context

This article focuses on how an EFL teacher reconstructed the syllabus to approach the issue of alienation incited by the presence of a Roma student in her class.

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Published online: February 6, 2017

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Toward an Ethics of Respons-ability: Exploring Dispossession and Renewal through Helen Ward and Marc Craste’s Multimodal Narratives

This article analyzes Helen Ward and Marc Craste’s picturebook "Varmints," as well as its film version, through the lens of both postcolonial theory and multimodality.

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Published online: December 9, 2016

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Bonding and Bridging Social Capital among an Ethnic Minority Group: The Case of the Japanese Community in the Greater Boston Area

We investigate if and how different types of social capital had an effect on the Japanese community in the greater Boston area following the Boston Marathon bombing of 2013.

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Published online: November 18, 2016

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Caution Regarding Righteous Absolutes: Relational Ethics and Social Welfare Intervention in the Pacific Nations

Melanesian cultural matters are considered for their strengths in regard to protecting vulnerable people. These are contrasted with welfare needs and a relationist approach to welfare intervention is explored.

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Published online: October 5, 2016

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International Journal of Diverse Identities , Volume 16, Issue 4, December 2016

Issue: Electronic

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Issue: Print

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Issue: Print [Authors Only]

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Intergenerational Practice with Different LGBTQ Cohorts: A Strengths-Based, Affirmative Approach to Increasing Well-Being

This article argues for integrating intergenerational practice, an evidence-based intervention, into social work to better meet needs of members of LGBTQ communities. The article makes practice and future research recommendations.

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Published online: September 16, 2016

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The Secret Sisterhood: An Overview of the Role of Women in the White Supremacy Movement

This article investigates how women have become active members in the White Supremacy Movement and how their participation has lead to acts of violence and increased hatred of nonwhites.

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Published online: May 25, 2016

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