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Seeing is believing: The effect of prison-based insight-days on student nurses' perceptions of undertaking practice placements within a prison healthcare environment

E.L. Hunt, N. Booth, L.A. Hunt
2020 Nurse Education in Practice  
A phenomenological investigation explored student nurses' lived experiences of prison-based insight-days.  ...  The empirical findings showed that first-hand exposure to prisoners, and to the realities of a working prison, were crucial factors in dispelling stereotypes and addressing negative preconceptions of prison  ...  An information sheet detailing the purpose of the study helped to inform students' decisions to participate and all participants signed a consent form before contributing to each phase of the study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.nepr.2020.102795 pmid:32442930 fatcat:u6dtypjge5fa3n6vddv3t25rcq

Enhancing Development Through International Collaboration by Schools of Librarianship and Information Studies

Ian M. Johnson
2009 Information Development  
This is an opinion paper based on a review, not only of the literature of Librarianship and Information Studies, but also some of the literature on internationalization of higher education, and on collaboration  ...  This paper examines the changing context within which international collaboration between Schools of Librarianship and Information Studies takes place. Method.  ...  , and/or variations in the use of professional terminology  perceived national differences and/or stereotypical attitudes towards nationals of the partner country  failure to distinguish between the  ... 
doi:10.1177/0266666909340788 fatcat:43m6puzgnveytjhsxwcu4twhcu

Development Of Upbringing In Kazakhstan: Problems And Prospects

Issues of the state policy orientation on teaching student as a citizen of the Republic of Kazakhstan, formation of civic and patriotic consciousness, development of legal and political culture, national  ...  Key words: education of students, values of life, means of education, intellectual nation, cultural heritage of the people, realization of ethnic and social roles, multicultural education.  ...  their self-perception, the formation of a positive attitude to himself, knowing his or her personality, determination and establishment of priorities for its future life form confidence with regard to  ... 
doi:10.31589/joshas.21 fatcat:fmk3zogttff3bfpx57kkhmzpcm

The role of personal values and basic traits in perceptions of the consequences of immigration: A three-nation study

Michele Vecchione, Gianvittorio Caprara, Harald Schoen, Josè Luis Gonzàlez Castro, Shalom H. Schwartz
2011 British Journal of Psychology  
Using data from Italy, Spain, and Germany (N = 1,569), this study investigated the role of basic values (universalism and security) and basic traits (openness and agreeableness) in predicting perceptions  ...  larger groups and of society (group security).  ...  Data were gathered by university students who were briefed on the general aims of the research, instructed on how to administer the questionnaires, and later informed of the specific objectives of the  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.2044-8295.2011.02079.x pmid:22804702 fatcat:2jcbucmmj5flzono2obxa2lmg4

Exposing to crime issues in electronic newspapers and its relationship to psychological security of university students "A field study"

هدى عاطف محمود
2021 مجلة البحوث فی مجالات التربیة النوعیة  
its Relationship to Psychological Security of University Students "A field study" Abstract: The Aims of study sought to identify the relationship between exposure to crime issues in electronic newspapers  ...  and the psychological security of university students, and the researcher used the analytical descriptive method, and the data were collected using the questionnaire tool on a sample of the university's  ...  , and in the last order came curiosity and curiosity, at a rate of 25.8%.  ... 
doi:10.21608/jedu.2021.49282.1122 fatcat:antydgls3va5jbsbn2vacl5uaq

Event Tourism in Romania – A Tourist Profile

Anca Tudoricu
2008 Human Geographies: Journal of Studies and Research in Human Geography  
The aim of this article is to offer a brief image on Romanian event tourism having as a reference point two case studies – the "Medieval Sighişoara" Art Festival and Stufstock festival (Vama Veche).  ...  The event tourist is different, special a symbol of the contemporary sophistication.  ...  The quantity and the quality of the advertising materials show the same problems Romania has at the national level -the lack of interest and professionalism, lack of coordination 75% of the tourists  ... 
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An Investigation of Prospective Teachers' Attitudes Towards National Parks and Views on Ecology-Based Environmental Education

Hilmi Demirkaya, Dilek Erduran Avcı, Hasan Genç, Huriye Deniş Çeliker, Bekir Yıldırım, Didem Gamze Genç, Orhan Ünal, Ülkü Tuğçe Çal
2020 Journal of Educational Issues  
In the study, in which a mixed research design was employed, the "Attitude Towards National Parks Scale" developed by Deniş, Genç, and Demirkaya (2008) was used as a data collection tool.  ...  In this study, it was aimed to determine prospective social studies and elementary education teachers' attitudes towards national parks and views on ecology-based environmental education.  ...  R21: I think of using what I have learned by enriching it. ISSN 2377-2263 2020 Journal of Educational Issues  ... 
doi:10.5296/jei.v6i2.17379 fatcat:jpcdg7la5jarxch2wlee47mmne

Editorial for EAIT issue 3, 2020

Arthur Tatnall
2020 Education and Information Technologies : Official Journal of the IFIP technical committee on Education  
It covers the complex relationships between information and communication technologies and education, from the micro of specific applications or instances of use in classrooms to macro concerns of national  ...  The study revealed that the students that had more time to play the game did play more out of the class.  ...  They use many apps and social networks and belong to a variety of study-related groups to obtain relevant information to solve problems or to satisfy their curiosity.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10639-020-10202-7 fatcat:t44mol3hfzd4djjoulvffphwri

Does a "Science, Technology and Social Change" Course Improve Scientific Habits of Mind and Attitudes towards Socioscientific Issues?

Muammer Calik, Trabzon University, Faik Karatas, Trabzon University
2019 Australian Journal of Teacher Education  
The study aimed at exploring whether a "Science-Technology-Social Change" course improved pre-service social studies teachers' (PST) scientific habits of mind and attitudes towards socio-scientific issues  ...  Within a pre-and post-course experimental design, the study was conducted with 135 second-year PST (68 males and 67 females) from two classes at Department of Social Studies Teacher Education in a large-size  ...  , objectivity, curiosity and such attitudes towards SSI as interest and usefulness, liking and anxiety.  ... 
doi:10.14221/ajte.2018v44n6.3 fatcat:mg73hotrmjfihjnkiticjr74ee

The Students, the Local and the Foreign: Drama of Identity and Language in Mongolian-English Bilingual Schools

Flora Komlosi-Ferdinand
2020 Journal of Language and Education  
Teachers' attitudes further compromised learners' behaviour, as local educators stressed nationalism, while foreigners pressed towards the development of a more global mentality.  ...  One of the oldest and one of the newest bilingual schools in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, were observed for this study.  ...  Acknowledgements I am very thankful to all my Mongolian and foreign colleagues for their (sometimes drastically) honest answers, their time at the end of the day and their tolerance for my curiosity.  ... 
doi:10.17323/jle.2020.10297 fatcat:f55ivogzqfeejf4i35qfzwynvu

Strategy and Implementation of Character Education in Senior High Schools and Vocational High Schools

Zurqoni Zurqoni,, Heri Retnawati,, Janu Arlinwibowo,, Ezi Apino
2018 Journal of Social Studies Education Research  
The study was a phenomenology-type qualitative research. The data collection utilized a questionnaire and in-depth interviews.  ...  The results of the implementation yielded good results for the students' character development.  ...  The researcher also found a peculiar case: one school published a book of rules and information regarding the school development process and it is distributed to the students so that their parents might  ... 
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Exploring students motives for studying psychology: a qualitative study

Pilot Mudhovozi, Kobus Maree
2016 South African Journal of Higher Education  
The research method consisted of a brief survey.  ...  The present study explored participants' motives for studying psychology. A qualitative, exploratory, descriptive and contextual research design was used.  ...  students should show a keen interest in a field of study before actually enrolling for that field.  ... 
doi:10.20853/26-4-197 fatcat:qdowuifienh5laf6gj2q2quzde

Page 528 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 88, Issue 2 [page]

2001 Psychological Abstracts  
Results are contrasted with those from highly similar studies 30 yrs ago, and used to re- flect a possible shift in attitudes toward high achievement in women. 4121.  ...  A few children had a negative or ambivalent attitude to- wards physical intimacy. Data were also collected from one of the parents of each child.  ... 

Effect of Instruction with Visual Materials Based on Health Belief Model on Global Warming Perception Among University Students

Samia Ali El-Nagar
2017 American Journal of Nursing Science  
The current study concluded that, instruction with visual materials was effective in improving knowledge and perception of university students about global warming.  ...  The main result of this study showed that there was significant improvement in the knowledge and perception of university students' about global warming after instruction with visual materials compared  ...  Before distributing the questionnaire, the researchers introduced themselves and a brief explanation about the purpose of the study was given to the students.  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.ajns.20170603.19 fatcat:cfvzl7qlnncp3f5nlftyv57csq

The ethical attitudes of information systems professionals: outcomes of an initial survey

Mary Prior, Simon Rogerson, Ben Fairweather
2002 Telematics and informatics  
This paper presents the results of a survey of the ethical attitudes of information systems (IS) professionals conducted during 1998.  ...  Surveys of attitudes reported in the literature are outlined, then the research objective and methodology are described and the main ®ndings are discussed.  ...  Acknowledgements This research was commissioned by the Institute for the Management of Information Systems as part of their strategy to encourage ethical behaviour in the profession.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0736-5853(00)00014-9 fatcat:uepoeift5bcndmgpwehjcfvhpe
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