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Vol 2013 no 1



Gender Differences in Promotion Experiences at Two Elite Private Liberal Arts Colleges in the United States
Catherine White Berheide, Professor of Sociology, Skidmore College
Lisa Christenson, Assessment Facilitator, Skidmore College
Rena Linden, Research Assistant, Skidmore College
Una Bray, Associate Professor of Mathematics, Skidmore College


A Gender Study of High School Science Teachers in Rural Florida
Susan M. Butler, Chair, Social Sciences Division, Gulf Coast State College


Bullying in Elementary School: An American Perspective
Kathleen Conn, Associate Professor, Division of Education and Human Services, Neumann University and Adjunct Professor, Widener University School of Law, Wilmington, Delaware


Creativity and the Transformation of Higher Education: The need for a Black Mountain College Approach
Richard C. Emanuel and Siu Challons-Lipton


The Science-Technology-Engineering-Mathematics (STEM) Initiative at Stephen F Austin State University
Robert W. Gruebel, Professor of Physics, Stephen F Austin State University
Kimberly Childs, Professor of Mathematics and Dean, College of Science and Mathematics


High Involvement Mothers of High Achieving Children: Potential Theoretical Explanations
Scott L. Hunsaker, Associate Professor, School of Teacher Education and Leadership, Utah State University


The Development of Interdisciplinary Thinking in the New Postmodern Education
Shu Nu Yang, Assistant Professor, Yu Da University, Miaoli, Taiwan


Women’s Issues


The Intended Demise and the Subsequent Rise of the African American Woman Despite Crack Laws in the United States of America
Peter John A. Messiah, Founding Director, Addiction Prevention Studies, Petree College of Arts and Sciences, Oklahoma City University


Justice and the Identities of Women: The Case of Indonesian Women Victims of Domestic Violence who have access to Family Court
Rika Saraswati, Faculty of Law, University of Wollongong, Australia

Villainous Avatars: The Visual Semiotics of Misogyny and Free Speech in Cyberspace
Pamela Turton-Turner, Associate Lecturer and First Year Coordinator, Art Theory Program, Tasmanian College of the Arts, University of Tasmania


Overcoming Educational Challenges to Women Living in At-Risk Communities through Urban Debate
Carol K. Winkler, C. Kevin Fortner, and Sara Baugh-Harris

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