Gender Differences In Distress: The Mediating Influence Of Life Stressors And Psychological Resources, 2009 University of Alberta
Gender Differences In Distress: The Mediating Influence Of Life Stressors And Psychological Resources, Abu Sadat Nurullah
Abu Sadat Nurullah
Using the data from Canadian National Population Health Survey (NPHS), Cycle 1, this research explore gender differences in distress and the mediating influence of life stressors (i.e., chronic stress, work stress, negative life events, and childhood and adulthood trauma), and psychological resources (self-esteem, mastery, and sense of coherence). The findings from t-test analyses indicated that females reported more psychological distress, chronic stress, work stress, negative life events, and childhood and adulthood trauma, compared to males. However, in terms of psychological resources, male participants reported having more self-esteem, mastery, and sense of coherence. Results from regression analyses showed that life ...
Review Of The Woman In The Zoot Suit: Gender, Nationalism, And The Cultural Politics Of Memory By Catherine S. Ramírez, Richard Mora
No abstract provided.
Scope And Conceptual Issues In Testing The Race-Crime Invariance Thesis: Black, White, And Hispanic Comparisons, 2009 Pennsylvania State University
Scope And Conceptual Issues In Testing The Race-Crime Invariance Thesis: Black, White, And Hispanic Comparisons, Darrell Steffensmeier, Jeffery Ulmer, Ben Feldmeyer, Casey Harris
Our goal in this article is to contribute conceptually and empirically to assessments of the racial invariance hypothesis, which posits that structural disadvantage predicts violent crime in the same way for all racial and ethnic groups. Conceptually, we elucidate the scope of the racial invariance hypothesis and clarify the criteria used for evaluating it. Empirically, we use 1999–2001 averaged arrest data from California and New York to extend analyses of the invariance hypothesis within the context of the scope and definitional issues raised in our conceptual framing—most notably by including Hispanic comparisons with Blacks and Whites, by examining ...
The Spectre Of Class: Educating And Advising For Self-Efficacy, 2009 Rhode Island College
The Spectre Of Class: Educating And Advising For Self-Efficacy, Mikaila Arthur
Mikaila Mariel Lemonik Arthur
In her essay “The Spectre of Class: Educating and Advising for Self-Efficacy” Mikaila Mariel Lemonik Arthur discusses the importance of building student self-efficacy. However, as Arthur points out, creating an environment where students believe in their capabilities to learn and perform at a particular level is deeply influenced by one’s class background. As Arthur states, “These students have grown up in a culture that values individualism and places responsibility for success and blame for failure squarely on the shoulders of each person.” Arthur speaks more generally about creating self-efficacy and offers insight in how to maneuver around and transcend ...
Researching Life Itself: Human Centred Passionate Appreciation, 2009 London South Bank University
Researching Life Itself: Human Centred Passionate Appreciation, Gloria Gordon
Gloria Gordon PhD
My PhD studies followed on directly from the completion of my MBA research project in which I explored the experience of being black in organisational/institutional life, with the goal of achieving transformational outcomes. I doubt I would have a PhD today had I not adopted the practitioner/researcher approach, with the sole aim of exploring the lived contradictions of being 'black' in British society. At the time I had little understanding of the link between personal troubles and public issues, as noted by C Wright Mills. Instead, I saw myself as the problem and continually thought of ways of ...
The Use Of Sms [Text Messaging] And Language Transformation In Bangladesh, 2009 University of Alberta
The Use Of Sms [Text Messaging] And Language Transformation In Bangladesh, Abu Sadat Nurullah
Abu Sadat Nurullah
The aim of the present paper is to explore the evolution of language in SMS-mediated communication among Bangladeshis, particularly among university students. Key findings indicate that the majority of respondents (69.7%) send 1-5 text messages (SMS) on an average each day, followed by 22.7% who send 6-10 SMS per day; that most young people (49.7%) mix up Bengali and English (known as Benglish) languages (also, Hindi and other languages) while typing SMS on their mobile phones; that most respondents (64.0%) do not follow the rules of capitalization while typing SMS; that most respondents (67.7%) use ...
當代歐美社會研究國際研討會後記, 2009 Academia Sinica
當代歐美社會研究國際研討會後記, Jui-Chung Allen Li, Min-Hsiung Huang
Jui-Chung Allen Li
No abstract provided.
The Construction And Use Of Sample Design Variables In Eu-Silc. A User’S Perspective, 2009 Herman Deleeck Centre for Social Policy - University of Antwerp
The Construction And Use Of Sample Design Variables In Eu-Silc. A User’S Perspective, Tim Goedemé
In this report for Eurostat I explore the usefullness and drawbacks of the current sample design variables in EU-SILC. In October 2010 I spent some time at Eurostat for doing the necessary research and writing the report.
The Evolution Of Social Assistance And Minimum Wages In 25 European Countries, 2001-2009, 2009 Universiteit Antwerpen
The Evolution Of Social Assistance And Minimum Wages In 25 European Countries, 2001-2009, Natascha Van Mechelen, Ive Marx, Sarah Marchal, Tim Goedemé, Bea Cantillon
In this report we discuss the level and evolution since 2000 of social assistance and minimum wages in the European Union.
Evaluating The Influence Of Anthropogenic Inputs To Bottom-Up Regulation Of The Development, Survival And Emergence Rates Of Mosquito Larvae, 2009 University of Maryland - College Park
Evaluating The Influence Of Anthropogenic Inputs To Bottom-Up Regulation Of The Development, Survival And Emergence Rates Of Mosquito Larvae, David Markman
David W Markman
In aquatic and semi-aquatic ecosystems, bottom-up effects associated with resource abundance and quality play an important role in the regulation of the development, survival and emergence rates of mosquito larvae. Studying these bottom-up effects with regard to the additive impact that anthropogenic drivers may have in both urban and rural areas may be important to explain why human exposure to mosquito-borne disease is higher in urban versus rural landscapes. This study used observational methods to evaluate mosquito resident species composition across a rural to urban gradient in the Hudson Valley in New York and used experiments to test the role ...
‘Miss, Are You Bisexual?’ The (Re)Production Of Heteronormativity Within Schools And The Negotiation Of Lesbian, Gay And Bisexual Teachers’ Private And Professional Worlds, Emily M. Gray Dr
Dr Emily M Gray
This research offers an analysis of the experiences of twenty people who identify as lesbian, gay or bisexual (LGB) and who are teachers within their professional lives. It aims to illustrate the ways in which the continuing (re)production of heteronormative discursive practices impacts upon their lives both within the private and the professional realm. The research deploys a two-tier methodological framework in order to gain insights into the lives of LGBT teachers, an often invisible social group. The research is underpinned by a theoretical framework which draws upon poststructuralist feminist/queer theories but which also is data, rather than ...
Book Review Of Herencias Secretas: Masonería, Política Y Sociedad En México, 2009 Policy Studies Organization
Book Review Of Herencias Secretas: Masonería, Política Y Sociedad En México, David Merchant
Book Review of Herencias Secretas: Masonería, política y sociedad en México by Guillermo De Los Reyes.
A Name Of One's Own: Gender And Symbolic Legal Personhood In The European Court Of Human Rights, 2009 Tel Aviv University
A Name Of One's Own: Gender And Symbolic Legal Personhood In The European Court Of Human Rights, Yofi Tirosh
Legal regulation of surnames provides a fascinating venue for examining how women negotiate their interests of autonomy and of stable personhood vis a vis a patriarchal naming structure. This is a study of 25 years of adjudication of surnames and personal status at the European Court of Human Rights. It explores the intricate ways in which legal norms governing surnames (and their judicial interpretation) sustain, shape, and reify social institutions such as gender, family, and citizenship.
As a pan European court, the adjudication of the ECHR operates within the framework of human rights. The universal characteristics of human rights principles ...
Person-Organization Incongruence As A Predictor Of Right-Wing Authoritarianism, Social Dominance Orientation, And Heterosexism, Kristie L. Seelman, N. E. Walls
Kristie L Seelman
Using a sample of 124 incoming social work graduate students, we examined whether levels of perceived incongruence with social work values and the perceived culture of a graduate social work program significantly correlate with social psychological constructs. The social psychological constructs are associated with maintenance and support for social stratification in general and with prejudicial attitudes based on sexual orientation more specifically. Results suggest that higher levels of cultural incongruence are associated with significantly higher levels of right-wing authoritarianism, social dominance orientation, hostile heterosexism, aversive heterosexism, and paternalistic heterosexism. Nonsignificant results emerged for amnestic heterosexism and positive stereotypic heterosexism. Implications ...
Review Of Erotic Journeys: Mexican Immigrants And Their Sex Lives By Gloria González-López, 2009 Occidental College
Review Of Erotic Journeys: Mexican Immigrants And Their Sex Lives By Gloria González-López, Richard Mora
[...] for one-third of the women, rape and/or incest were their first sexual experience, a fact that points to the role that dominance plays in the patriarchal gender regimes in which the women lived.
Gay And Lesbian Elders: History, Law, And Identity Politics In The United States, 2009 Temple University School of Law
Gay And Lesbian Elders: History, Law, And Identity Politics In The United States, Nancy J. Knauer
Nancy J. Knauer
The approximately two million gay and lesbian elders in the United States are an underserved and understudied population. At a time when gay men and lesbians enjoy an unprecedented degree of social acceptance and legal protection, many elders face the daily challenges of aging isolated from family, detached from the larger gay and lesbian community, and ignored by mainstream aging initiatives. Drawing on materials from law, history, and social theory, this book integrates practical proposals for reform with larger issues of sexuality and identity. Beginning with a summary of existing demographic data and offering a historical overview of pre-Stonewall views ...