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The Role Of Racial Microaggressions, Belongingness, And Coping In African American Psychology Doctoral Students’ Well-Being, Ryan Charles Warner 2019 Marquette University

The Role Of Racial Microaggressions, Belongingness, And Coping In African American Psychology Doctoral Students’ Well-Being, Ryan Charles Warner

Dissertations (2009 -)

Research has indicated that African American undergraduate students experience racial microaggressions within their university contexts, and these experiences are associated with negative outcomes such as symptoms of depression and anxiety (Cokely, Hall-Clark, & Hicks, 2011; Nadal, 2011; Nadal, et al., 2014). Little is known about the experience of microaggressions and their effects on African American doctoral students, particularly those within the field of psychology. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between racial microaggressions, sense of belonging, coping strategies (problem solving, social support and avoidance), and psychological well-being among African American doctoral students in psychology. Results revealed that every participant ...


"Collegiality As A Dirty Word? Implementing Collegiality Policies In Institutions Of Higher Education", Courtney Adams Wooten, Megan A. Condis 2018 George Mason University

"Collegiality As A Dirty Word? Implementing Collegiality Policies In Institutions Of Higher Education", Courtney Adams Wooten, Megan A. Condis

Academic Labor: Research and Artistry

Abstract: Collegiality is integral to the healthy functioning of any academic department and is a necessary professional attribute for new faculty, who often spent their graduate school careers with relatively little involvement in institutional politics, to develop. However, the recent trend to explicitly outline tenure and promotion requirements for collegial behavior gives us pause. We question if a collegiality statement for tenure and promotion could function as yet another obstacle between faculty from background that have historically been underrepresented in the academy (women, people of color, LGBTQ individuals, people with disabilities, etcetera) and their bids for tenure.


Diasporadical: In Ryan Coogler's 'Black Panther,' Family Secrets, Cultural Alienation And Black Love, Terri P. Bowles 2018 The New School

Diasporadical: In Ryan Coogler's 'Black Panther,' Family Secrets, Cultural Alienation And Black Love, Terri P. Bowles

Markets, Globalization & Development Review

This is a review of the film Black Panther (2018) by Ryan Coogler, which traces the arc of the comic book hero as he faces an unanticipated challenge to his power by a man who threatens not just his throne but also the future of his nation. The review explores the ways in which the legacy of slavery and colonialism inform the distinct political and philosophical ideologies of the two main characters, and how inequality drives political thought.


The Canadian Crown's Duty To Consult Indigenous Nations' Knowledge Systems In Federal Environmental Assessments, Stephen S. Crawford 2018 University of Guelph

The Canadian Crown's Duty To Consult Indigenous Nations' Knowledge Systems In Federal Environmental Assessments, Stephen S. Crawford

The International Indigenous Policy Journal

In 2016, the Government of Canada undertook a review of regulatory processes for federal environmental assessments (EAs) in preparation for replacing the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act. An EA Expert Panel was appointed to review numerous oral and written submissions from Indigenous nations, government agencies, and the public. The Panel's final report included recommendations that were considered by Canada in the development of its currently proposed new legislation regarding federal EAs: Bill C-69. The goal of this analysis is to evaluate the extent to which Canada’s review and proposed legislation actually addressed the Crown’s duty to consult Indigenous ...


Building Bridges Through Understanding The Village Workshop: Transforming Nursing Students' Perspectives Of Indigenous People And Canadian History - Atelier « Building Bridges Through Understanding The Village » : Transformer La Vision Qu’Ont Les Étudiantes En Sciences Infirmières Des Peuples Autochtones Et De L’Histoire Du Canada, Donna E. Martin, Kendra Rieger, Suzanne Lennon, Rachel Mangiacotti, Kathi Camilleri, Audrey Richard, David Busolo, Maya Simpson, Jillianne Stewart, Elaine Mordoch 2018 University of Manitoba

Building Bridges Through Understanding The Village Workshop: Transforming Nursing Students' Perspectives Of Indigenous People And Canadian History - Atelier « Building Bridges Through Understanding The Village » : Transformer La Vision Qu’Ont Les Étudiantes En Sciences Infirmières Des Peuples Autochtones Et De L’Histoire Du Canada, Donna E. Martin, Kendra Rieger, Suzanne Lennon, Rachel Mangiacotti, Kathi Camilleri, Audrey Richard, David Busolo, Maya Simpson, Jillianne Stewart, Elaine Mordoch

Quality Advancement in Nursing Education - Avancées en formation infirmière

A mixed methods design using a cross-sectional survey was used to describe participants’ experiences of an experiential workshop entitled Building Bridges Through Understanding the Village. The Building Bridges workshops were held at a university located in Western Canada in 2016 with 213 attendees. Informed by Indigenous epistemology, cultural safety, and Kolb’s experiential learning theory, a student-led team comprised of undergraduates, graduates, and faculty members planned, implemented, and evaluated an arts-based experiential workshop. Following acquisition of a signed informed consent, 159 participants consented to evaluate the workshop. The majority of workshop participants were undergraduate nursing students. Overall, the workshop was ...


Applying The Rhetoric Of Renewal Model In A Contemporary African Context: Lessons Learned From The Royal Dutch Shell Oil Crisis In Nigeria, Vincent D. Manzie 2018 University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Applying The Rhetoric Of Renewal Model In A Contemporary African Context: Lessons Learned From The Royal Dutch Shell Oil Crisis In Nigeria, Vincent D. Manzie

Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research

This article applies the crisis renewal model to a multinational organizational crisis in Nigeria not only to analyze the crisis points of conflict in the multinational’s corporate rhetoric but also to examine how global relations; situated exigencies; and cultural, social, and economic tensions contextualize corporate communication strategies during crises. Rhetoric of renewal was evident as the multinational corporation responded to a prolonged crisis involving multiple state and local stakeholders. Although the renewal model itself redresses traditional Aristotelian crisis rhetoric models, the Nigerian situation calls for a significant reframing of rhetorical strategies accountable to the colonialist legacies, cultural traditions, political ...


Disease Prevalence And Politics- A Study Of Chagas Disease In Bolivia, Rebecca Dickson 2018 University of Washington, Tacoma

Disease Prevalence And Politics- A Study Of Chagas Disease In Bolivia, Rebecca Dickson

Access*: Interdisciplinary Journal of Student Research and Scholarship

Reducing disease prevalence within South America is critical for reaching global health goals and increasing life expectancy of vulnerable populations. Chagas disease, often referred to the “the New HIV/AIDS of the Americas,” is a prevalent cause of disability and death within Bolivia (Hotez et al. 1). The Plurinational State of Bolivia, a large South American nation-state, is a crucial player in promoting global health outcomes. However, intra-state political turmoil and historical tensions often affect its healthcare systems, which in turn affect individual health outcomes. This paper traces these connections within the Bolivian healthcare system- first by identifying political and ...


The Park Is Open: An Ecofeminist Critique Of Universal's Jurassic World, Nichole R. McHugh 2018 University of Washington Tacoma

The Park Is Open: An Ecofeminist Critique Of Universal's Jurassic World, Nichole R. Mchugh

Access*: Interdisciplinary Journal of Student Research and Scholarship

This paper explores an interpretation of Universal Pictures,’ Jurassic World (2015), to identify naturalized representations of human relationships and human relationships to the environment. Using the concepts of scholar, Noel Sturgeon, the ideological significance of these representations comes down to what she defines as “Politics of The Natural”. Through this avenue, this analysis examines Jurassic World as a text and reflection of normalized environmental worldviews, attitudes and values; as well as how these determine where humans place in this “naturalized” hierarchy. This essay will discuss environmental themes in the film, first, through Jurassic World as a symbol for the western ...


Inlp Newsletter, October 2018, Indigenous Nations Library Program 2018 University of New Mexico

Inlp Newsletter, October 2018, Indigenous Nations Library Program

Monthly Newsletters

Contents:

-Academic Service Hours

  • University Libraries Fall 2018 Regular Hours
  • Study Night with the Ethnic Centers

-INLP Events

-Indigenous + Ingenuity [INDIGENUITY] Workshops

-INLP at 2018 Joint Council of Librarians of Color

-Indigenous Blogs


Book Review: Probing The Ethics Of Holocaust Culture, Nanar Khamo 2018 University of California, Los Angeles

Book Review: Probing The Ethics Of Holocaust Culture, Nanar Khamo

Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal

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The Unbribable Witness: Image, Word, And Testimony Of Crimes Against Humanity In Mark Twain’S King Leopold’S Soliloquy (1905), Nora Nunn 2018 Duke University

The Unbribable Witness: Image, Word, And Testimony Of Crimes Against Humanity In Mark Twain’S King Leopold’S Soliloquy (1905), Nora Nunn

Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal

In the creation of King Leopold’s Soliloquy, a textured, visually irrefutable, and darkly satirical account of crimes against humanity in the Belgian Congo Free State, Mark Twain aimed to evoke his Euro-American audience’s empathy by activating their imaginations and inaugurating political reform. Informed by the work of cultural and literary critics such as Roland Barthes, this paper considers how the visual imagery in Twain’s text engender questions about fact, testimony, and witnessing in the realm of human rights and collective violence—both in the Congo Free State and, indirectly, in the United States. I ultimately argue that ...


O’Casey Vs. Sheehy-Skeffington: Tragicomedy In The Plough And The Stars And The Feminist Protest, Martha Carpentier 2018 Seton Hall University

O’Casey Vs. Sheehy-Skeffington: Tragicomedy In The Plough And The Stars And The Feminist Protest, Martha Carpentier

Critical Inquiries Into Irish Studies

Martha C. Carpentier is Professor of English at Seton Hall University in New Jersey, where she teaches courses in 20th-century British and Irish literature. Most recently, she is the editor of Joycean Legacies (Palgrave MacMillan 2015) and author of articles on James Joyce, George Orwell, and Graham Greene that have appeared in Mosaic and Joyce Studies Annual. She is a co-editor of Critical Inquiries Into Irish Studies.


At Home In The Revolution: What Women Said And Did In 1916: An Interview With Lucy Mcdiarmid, 2018 Seton Hall University

At Home In The Revolution: What Women Said And Did In 1916: An Interview With Lucy Mcdiarmid

Critical Inquiries Into Irish Studies

Lucy McDiarmid is a scholar and writer. Her academic interest in cultural politics, especially quirky, colorful, suggestive episodes, is exemplified by The Irish Art of Controversy (2005) and Poets and the Peacock Dinner: the literary history of a meal (2014; paperback 2016). She is a former fellow of the Guggenheim Foundation and of the Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers at the New York Public Library. Her most recent monograph is At Home in the Revolution: what women said and did in 1916 (published 2015). The Vibrant House: Irish Writers and Domestic Space (co-edited with Rhona Richman Kenneally) was published ...


My Only Sin Is My Skin - A Musical Chronicle Of Systemic Racism In The United States, Cameron Stedman 2018 University of Puget Sound

My Only Sin Is My Skin - A Musical Chronicle Of Systemic Racism In The United States, Cameron Stedman

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Culturally Responsive And Anti-Racist Behavior Expectations And Instruction, Jordan Ross 2018 University of Puget Sound

Culturally Responsive And Anti-Racist Behavior Expectations And Instruction, Jordan Ross

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Identifying Systemic Racism Within The World Of Children's Literature, Robin Rosenberg 2018 University of Puget Sound

Identifying Systemic Racism Within The World Of Children's Literature, Robin Rosenberg

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Seek To Understand, Spencer Rake-Marona 2018 University of Puget Sound

Seek To Understand, Spencer Rake-Marona

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


A Library Of Privilege, Elizabeth O'Reilly 2018 University of Puget Sound

A Library Of Privilege, Elizabeth O'Reilly

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Behavior Charts: A Tool To Reinforce White Expectations And Re-Produce Systemic Racism, Madeline McVay 2018 University of Puget Sound

Behavior Charts: A Tool To Reinforce White Expectations And Re-Produce Systemic Racism, Madeline Mcvay

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Hidden And Overt: Exploring Race And Other Identities In The Classroom, Colin Kelly 2018 University of Puget Sound

Hidden And Overt: Exploring Race And Other Identities In The Classroom, Colin Kelly

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


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