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The role of wealth and cultural heterogeneity in the emergence of social networks and agricultural cooperatives in an Ecuadorian colonization zone
Agricultural cooperatives in Ecuador have experienced varied levels of success as well as increased difficulty staying together in the past 20 years. In addition, a trend towards greater concentration of landholdings and ...
Middle level preservice teachers' perceptions of their own and students' background differences and similarities
Teacher knowledge and teacher beliefs are combined to form the theoretical framework for this qualitative narrative inquiry study. The study examines the question, “How do preservice teachers’ perceptions of background ...
Culture, diversity, and school-safety programs
The purpose of this study was to analyze the cultural considerations and influences when teaching the radKIDS curriculum to diverse kindergarten students with the aim of increasing knowledge of safety and empowerment about ...
Experiences affecting the development of multicultural competencies among student leaders
This qualitative study, grounded in the philosophical and methodological foundations of social constructivism and phenomenology, incorporated the use of semi-structured individual interviews to uncover the experiences ...