Interpretation and Practice of Inclusive Education in a School: Exploration using a Participative Approach

Inclusive Education (IE) is a global reform agenda showing up in policy discourses across nations. It is a contested phenomena/term (Walton, 2016) and research in IE is complex (Hardy & […]

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ARBot, an automated profile recognition software on Twitter

Written in Java Script, ARBot is an automated profile recognition software on Twitter, known as bots. It makes calls to the Botometer and Twitter APIs, from a database, answering precisely […]

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Can Money Wipe out the Tears of Victims of Rape

Rape is not a newly category of offence which have taken the birth in modern times, while it could be traced in every civilization. However, the role of the early […]

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Bridging Canadian Veterans and Younger Korean Generations: Building Sustainable Solidarity in Post-Conflict Societies

The year 2021 marks the 70th anniversary of establishing the United Nations Memorial Cemetery in Korea (UNMCK) in 1951. Constructed to remember the fallen soldiers of the Korean War (1950-1953) […]

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A golden gate to open, a drawbridge closed behind. Using Storytelling to explain the higher education learning journey

This research story paper wishes to put forward the possibility of using an alternative method of presenting research than the more traditional academic language that many students find challenging (Collier, […]

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Philosophical Complicity in Reproducing Racism/Racial Ignorance, Willful Blindness and Injustice: Thoughts on, Natalia Washington and Daniel Kellys’, “Who’s Responsible for This?


Natalia Washington and Daniel Kelly marries moral philosophy and cognitive psychology and posits that implicit biases, racism, sexism, homophobia are a result of psychological forces. But, the central ism of […]

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