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Narrative Polyphony in "Moll Flanders": An Appraisal of Ian Watt’s Critique and Beyond

This study explores Ian Watt’s critique in his book "Rise of the Novel" (1954) about "Moll Flanders" (1722) by Daniel Defoe discussing its peculiarities and distinct features.

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Published online: August 22, 2014

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An Effective Model for Professional Development: A Case Study of a Mathematics Teacher Change in Australia

This study investigated two different teacher research based Professional Development programs in mathematics (both primary and secondary schools) in Melbourne, Australia. Several identifiable teacher types emerged.

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Published online: August 22, 2014

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Discussing the Interest in Age, Vitality, and Proximity in Dispersed Regional Communities

Approximately a quarter of older Australians live in smaller cities and towns. This paper discusses the future and philosophy of human ageing with digital technologies in rural and regional Australia.

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Published online: August 22, 2014

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Epistemological Clashes in Digital Preservation: Virtual “Hospitals for Objects” Versus Online “Meeting Houses”

The article critically analyses the digital repatriation and preservation project “The Virtual Museum of the Pacific,” developed by the Australian Museum in 2010.

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Published online: August 22, 2014

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Religious Transnationalism and Identity: A Cultural Approach to the Concept of the "Ummah" in Islam

The present paper attempts to analyze the transnational religious practices in Islam, highlighting the concept of "Ummah" and focusing on the Muslim Brothers as a case study.

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Published online: August 22, 2014

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Ethical Language as an Alternative to Phenomenology

In this paper I intend to reflect on the meaning of what Emmanuel Levinas called “ethical language” for the consideration of man and his role in the contemporary world.

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Published online: August 22, 2014

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“Chile, the Golpe, and the Gringos” or, the Power of Econo-Production at the Expense of Human Rights: The Violent Dawn of Neoliberalism

Today,Human Rights are a centerpiece in Latin American politics. García Márquez was a vocal harbinger of these violations even before the taboos and impunity laws silenced protests.

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Published online: August 22, 2014

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The Passamaquoddy Indians: Casinos, Controversy, and Creative Apparel

This paper highlights Maine’s Passamaquoddy Indians—despite “racino” failures—still successful entrepreneurs in diversified joint ventures, including chemical protective military apparel. But at what cost to their cultural survival?

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Published online: August 22, 2014

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The Relationship of Multiple Intelligences, Foreign Language Learning Anxiety, and English Language Proficiency: A Case Study of Taiwanese EFL College Students

This study of 141 Taiwanese Learners of English as a Foreign Language examines the relationship among multiple intelligences, foreign language learning anxiety, and English proficiency.

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The Search for New Roles for Cartoon Arts: Promoting Democracy in Nigeria through Innuendos of Political Communication

Cartoons have positively or negatively shaped public opinion on societal issues. This implies that cartoons are a formidable force and could serve as mirrors of the society.

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