By Arist von Schlippe,Haim Omer
By Maryann Dickar
For many scholars, the study room isn't the principal concentration of college. The school's corridors and doors are parts principally given over to pupil regulate, and it truly is the following that they negotiate their cultural identities and standing between their peer teams. the flavour of this "corridor tradition" has a tendency to mirror the values and tradition of the encircling community.
Based on player remark in a racially segregated highschool in manhattan urban, hall Cultures examines the ways that university areas are culturally produced, providing perception into how city scholars have interaction their education. targeting the strain among the student-dominated halls and the teacher-dominated study rooms and drawing on insights from severe geographers and anthropology, it presents new views at the advanced relationships among Black scholars and colleges to higher clarify the endurance of city college failure and to visualize methods of resolving the contradictions that undermine the academic clients of too a few of the international locations' children.
Dickar explores competing discourses approximately who scholars are, what the aim of education may be, and what wisdom is effective as they turn into spatialized in day-by-day college existence. This spatial research calls consciousness to the contradictions inherent in reputable university discourses and people generated by way of scholars and lecturers extra locally.By studying the shape and substance of student/school engagement, hall Cultures argues for a extra nuanced and broader framework that reads a number of sorts of resistance and acknowledges the methods scholars themselves are conflicted approximately schooling.
By Eric J. Green ,Amie C. Myrick ,Eric J. Green,Marshia Allen-Auguston,Brenda Aranda,Lisa Asbill,Jennifer N. Baggerly,Tracie Faa-Thompson,Jenny A. Gallagher,Linda Goldman,Terry Kottman,Kristin K. Meany-Walen,Julia A. Mitchell,Judith A. Parson,Eileen Prendivi
By Heike Wadepohl,Katja Mackowiak,Klaus Froehlich-Gildhoff,Dörte Weltzien
auf Erwachsenen-Kind-Interaktionen im Kontext Familie und/ oder
Kindertagesbetreuung anhand von Beobachtungsstudien vorgestellt. Dabei steht zunächst
die differenzierte examine des Interaktionsprozesses bzw. einzelner Facetten im
Mittelpunkt. Daneben interessieren weitere Variablen (z. B. personelle und
strukturelle Aspekte) und deren Einfluss auf die Interaktionsgestaltung
zwischen Erwachsenen und Kind(ern). Abschließend werden die Ergebnisse in der
Zusammenschau diskutiert und Implikationen für die Forschung und Praxis
By David R. Green
By Carl F. Cranor
By Jonathan Gibson,Victoria E. Burke
By Darrell J. Burnett
By Mark Fenwick,Steven Van Uytsel,Stefan Wrbka
This publication brings jointly a special variety of case experiences concentrating on networks within the context of industrial rules. The case reports shape the root for an interdisciplinary discussion at the which means, worth and the bounds of the 'network suggestion' as a device for knowing and seriously comparing the emergent transnational felony order.
By Philip Girard,J. Phillips
This 3rd quantity of Essays within the heritage of Canadian legislation offers completely researched, unique essays in Nova Scotian felony heritage. An advent via the editors is through ten essays grouped into 4 major components of research. the 1st is the criminal procedure as a complete: essays during this part speak about the juridical failure of the Annapolis regime, current a collective biography of the province's more advantageous court docket judiciary to 1900, and think about the valuables rights of married ladies within the 19th century. the second one part bargains with felony legislations, exploring vagrancy legislation in Halifax within the past due 19th century, features of prisons and punishments earlier than 1880, and feminine petty crime in Halifax.
The 3rd part, on kin legislations, examines the problems with divorce from 1750 to 1890 and baby custody from 1866 to 1910. eventually, essays relate to legislation and the economic system: one examines the Mines Arbitration Act of 1888; the opposite considers the query of personal estate and public assets within the context of the executive regulate of water in Nova Scotia.