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Vol 2016 no 1

Childhood Issues


Design of Classroom Intervention for Teaching Preschoolers to Identify and Avoid Inhaling Secondhand Tobacco Smoke

Karen S. Calabro, Thuan A. Le, Salma K.Marani, Irene Tamí-Maury, Katarzyna W. Czerniak, Georges E. Khalil, Alexander V. Prokhorov


Brain Science and Teaching: A Forty-Year Personal History

Linda Faye Kirby, Shepherd University, Lecturer, West Virginia


Literature, Language and the Arts


Metaphysical Poetry as an Expression of Religious Experience and Foundation of Religious Faith

John H Dreher, Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Southern California


The Power of Life Histories: Moving Readers to Greater Acts of Empathy Through Literature and Memoir

Valarie G. Lee, Associate Professor, College of Education, Rowan University and Marjorie E. Madden, Associate Professor, College of Education, Rowan University


Birds, Humans, and Taking Flight in Shakespeare’s First Tetralogy

Karoline Szatek-Tudor, Professor of English, Curry College


The Branching of 19th Century American Gothic Literature from its European Roots

Glenn Turner, D.Div, Associate Professor of English and International Studies, Elgin Community College


The Evolution of Capitalism: A Comparison of British and American Literature

Peter A. Stanwick, Associate Professor, Department of Management, Auburn University


Exploring Spiritual Needs in the Classroom – Implications for Educators

Russell G. Yocum, Professor, Liberty University, School of Education;  Susan Densmore-James, Assistant Professor, University of West Florida, School of Education; Laura A. Staal, Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina Pembroke, School of Education; Elyse C. Alder, Assistant Professor, Liberty University, School of Education; Dana A. E. Yocum, Student, Liberty University, School of Education


Women and Education


Women, Education and the Material Body Politic in Mary Wollstonecraft’s Vindications

Elizabeth Bernath, University of Toronto, Canada


Social Justice Activism: Feminism and Strategies for Action

Rachel Fernflores, Ph.D. Philosophy Department, California Polytechnic State University, California


A Predominately Female Accounting Profession: Lessons from the Past and Other Professions

Donna Whitten Ph.D., Associate Professor of Business; Accounting, College of Business, Purdue University NorthWest

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