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The Monster's Language Acquisition in Mary Shelly's Frankenstein: How Far is Fiction from Fact?
A presentation was given by Dr. Helena Halmari on the monster's acquisition of language in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, with special reference to how this process differs from what happens in reality when children acquire ...
Team Performance Pay and Motivation Theory: A Mixed Methods Study
(The Journal of Research in Education, 2013)
This study was conducted to explore teachers’ perceptions of a team performance pay program in a large suburban school district through the lens of motivation theories. Mixed data analysis was used to analyze teacher ...
Social Media as Everyday Practice: Reflections on Multiplicitous ~ Becoming ~ Activist
(Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis, 2017)
Highlighting my own daily social media practices as an example, I will unpack the various tensions and possibilities associated with being a scholar and social media activist as everyday practice. In what I refer to as ...
The Competency-Based Movement in Student Affairs: Implications for Curriculum and Professional Development
(Journal of College Student Development, 2016)
This paper examines the limitations and possibilities of the emerging competency-based movement in Student Affairs. Utilizing complexity theory and postmodern educational theory as guiding frameworks, examination of the ...
Nomadic Subjectivity: Movement in contemporary student development theory
(Thresholds in Education, 2017)
This essay opens space for movement in higher education~student affairs by using post-structural philosophy as a counterweight to balance the corpus of student development theories that create and inscribe in/dividualized ...
Tag-Untag :Two Critical Readings of Race, Ethnicity, and Class in Digital Social Media
(Journal of Critical Scholarship on Higher Education and Student Affirs, 2016)
This article utilizes post-qualitative inquiry, providing two critical readings – one from a critical-cultural poststructural perspective (rooted in intersectionality theory) and one from a critical posthumanist perspective ...
Beyond Citation-Counting: Metrics and Altmetrics for Demonstrating Scholarly Impact
As librarians, we understand how a citation shows the influence of one scholarly work on another. But citations are only one way to gauge the impact that scholarship has in its field and in the wider world. Starting from ...
Institutional repository promotion: Current practices and opinions in Texas academia
(New Review of Academic Librarianship, 2019-04-26)
Promoting an institutional repository (IR) to both faculty and end-users can be challenging. We surveyed academic libraries with an IR in Texas, and asked both library administrators and IR managers about their efforts to ...
"Transatlantic Trenches" in Spanish Civil War Journalism: Félix Martí Ibáñez and the Exile Newspaper España Libre (Free Spain, New York City 1939–1977)
(Michigan State University Press, 2016)
The US Hispanic Flapper: Pelonas and Flapperismo in US Spanish-Language Newspapers 1920-1929
(American Humor Studies Association, 2015-07)
Mexican exile journalist Julio Arce’s chronicles “Todo se arregla con money” (1924), “Cosas del Exhibition Day” (1924), and “La estenógrafa” (1925) are analyzed for their farcical portrayal of the 1920s Modern Girl, who ...