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Reducing the Barriers to the Provision of Education in Colorado Prisons: A Grounded Theory
Author(s):Cooksey, Sarah Elizabeth
This study brings forth a theory for reducing Colorado’s prison population utilizing education and early intervention as described through qualitative methods. This paper contributes to the body of literature surrounding ...
Analysis of emotional intelligence training and pastoral job satisfaction, An
Author(s):West, John L.
The purpose of this qualitative research was to determine whether Canadian pastors in the ministry may be inadequately prepared in skills of emotional intelligence (EI), and if this possible lack of preparation in EI ...
Coming back to college: Middle East veteran student involvement and culture shock
Author(s):Carne, Glenda Lynn
Increased veteran enrollment in universities warrants the examination of the challenges of students transitioning on campus. In this phenomenological, mixed methods study incorporating reverse culture shock theory and ...
Venture philanthropists: an exploration of gifting to education
This ethnography explored venture philanthropists as a culture-sharing group, in the context of gifting to education, within the time period 2009-2012. Twenty-six venture philanthropists, contributing over $100,000 or more ...
Comparative analysis of freedom and educational outcomes using TIMSS and PIRLS, A
This study examines the relationship between freedom and educational outcomes across countries. In past studies education is used as a control variable with freedom as the dependent variable. This study reverses the model ...