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Serving a Stranger or Serving Myself: Alternative Breaks and the Influence of Race and Ethnicity on Student Understanding of Themselves and Others

Elizabeth Niehaus, Mark Rivera
2015 Journal of College and Character  
Whether it be through exploring one's racial identity directly, exploring one's possible selves, or making meaning of one's racial self through interactions with similar and different others, developing  ...  Rather, we relied on students' self-reports of both growth in and the influence of the AB experience on these outcomes.  ... 
doi:10.1080/2194587x.2015.1091360 fatcat:qkwg2klbargbfkcbelfno7z2xm

"I Would Not Consider Myself a Homophobe"

Joanne M. Marshall, Frank Hernandez
2012 Educational Administration Quarterly  
Politically it is a swing state.  ...  and self-reflection help administrators make meaning and enrich their dispositions.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0013161x12463231 fatcat:gzcfthjoqvhbhbd3kzofpcgaa4

To be Myself and have My Stealthy Freedom: The Iranian Women's Engagement with Social Media

Gi Yeon Koo
2016 Revista de Estudios Internacionales Mediterráneos  
This online movement finds its value in that it has become a new platform for the women to raise their voices in public online sphere about their human right and freedom.  ...  The objective of this research is to explore the development of digital social and social movements at the local level through Iranian women's engagement with social media.  ...  Iranian regime regarded that "Women's struggle for gender equality and self-expression" was at the core of Green Movement.  ... 
doi:10.15366/reim2016.21.011 fatcat:v3mxodywh5bmxgkpcovdavtem4

'I'm just curious and still exploring myself': Young people and pornography

Feona Attwood, Clarissa Smith, Martin Barker
2018 New Media & Society  
Fantasies are 'the means through which adults try out versions of self-insexual-society, reimagining themselves through others' reimaginings' (Barker, 2014: 146) .  ...  that young people are working through.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444818759271 fatcat:ambve3gr3feuze6t23rrz7nuie

"A Video of Myself Helps Me Learn": A Scoping Review of the Evidence of Video-Making for Situated Learning

Iris Epstein, York University
2020 International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning  
We also examine broader research, as well as the ethical and design implications for the development of our technology-based toolbox project -an online resource created to advance pedagogies deploying  ...  We also examine broader research, as well as the ethical and design implications for the development of our technology-based toolbox project -an online resource created to advance pedagogies deploying  ...  "Further research is needed to investigate the influence of online distance education on students' learning outcomes." (p.160) No discussion about the ethics of video sharing, privacy and security.  ... 
doi:10.20429/ijsotl.2020.140109 fatcat:s772sbnlqrbz5epukd6fsrslm4

"I would rather do it myself": injection initiation and current injection patterns among women who inject drugs in Tijuana, Mexico

Allison Stewart, Brooke S. West, Claudia Rafful, Kenya Lazos, Jennifer Jain, Patricia Gonzalez-Zuniga, Teresita Rocha-Jimenez
2021 Harm Reduction Journal  
However, the majority of the women transitioned to become self-injectors in order to avoid risks associated with relying on others for injection, including overdose, interpersonal violence, sexual abuse  ...  The agency of WWID is produced as a form of self-defense, reinforced by experienced vulnerabilities, such as injection-related risks, intimate partner violence against women, and economic marginalization  ...  The women in this study strongly expressed the importance of self-injection as a means of survival within the high-risk context of injection drug use in Tijuana.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12954-021-00554-9 pmid:34645473 pmcid:PMC8513336 fatcat:bty36b4bt5cnfj2lfplumjxw54

'Most Challenging? To Fit in with People While Remaining Myself.' Social Integration of Second Generation Turks within the Dutch Higher Education Setting

Adél Pásztor
2014 Sociological research online  
To fit in with people while remaining myself.'  ...  Social integration is usually achieved through joining existing networks of ethnic minority students, creating new networks, or simply, keeping 'old' high school friends throughout university.  ...  Yeah, we started to look for each other, so I think we were influenced by ourselves'.  ... 
doi:10.5153/sro.3459 fatcat:q7cazkw355cxtis2ngdg3px2ha

"I need to take care of myself": a qualitative study on coping strategies, support and health promotion for social workers serving refugees and homeless individuals

Janika Mette, Tanja Wirth, Albert Nienhaus, Volker Harth, Stefanie Mache
2020 Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology  
Furthermore, several employees did not know about any health promotion offers at their workplace and expressed a desire for structural and behavioural health promotion measures.  ...  strategies to deal with their job demands which involved both problem-oriented (e.g. time management, setting boundaries, seeking support in conflict situations) and emotion-focused approaches (e.g. self-care  ...  Indeed, social workers in refugee and homeless aid expressed the need for external counselling, supervision and training (e.g. on self-protection or to better understand new policies) [5, 16, 17, 24,  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12995-020-00270-3 pmid:32607123 pmcid:PMC7318459 fatcat:nlw3m7li3vhn5cckfu45sblgha

Mediating Influences: Problematising facilitated digital self-representation

Sonja Vivienne
2014 Conjunctions Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation  
' self-representation far from straightforward.  ...  While some of these mediating influences are timeworn and pre-date digital technology, others are perpetuated and ampli- fied, as is the case in networked personal storytelling disseminated online.  ...  Everything from the design aesthetics and architecture of a website through to the task-based activities that may constitute an online workshop influences user engagement.  ... 
doi:10.7146/tjcp.v1i1.18606 fatcat:w2f2f2tsabfwpijlbs5tmsdzki

Indian female Twitter influencers' perceptions of trolls

Varsha Pillai, Munmun Ghosh
2022 Humanities and Social Sciences Communications  
Insights into their online trolling experiences from twenty-five selected women social media influencers on Twitter were gathered through detailed interviews.  ...  The study aims to understand the impact of online trolling among Indian women Twitter influencers.  ...  Another suggestion from one of the influencers was that the political leadership needed to act; "the leader also has to talk and reinforce the idea that women should be welcome and men should stop misogynistic  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41599-022-01172-x doaj:179f54c9d4ae4f8aa5afa58bfc005a44 fatcat:kvbtyhv6dnht3g47jfhfjfdd3i

'Believe in me and I will believe in myself', a rural Australian health service learns how to mangan dunguludja ngatan (build strong employment) for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people: a qualitative study

C. A. Opie, B. Gibson-Thorpe, C. Lees, H. M. Haines
2019 Human Resources for Health  
Ethics approval and consent to participate Approval for this study was provided by the Goulburn Valley Health (GVH) Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) (16/17) through a standard risk application process  ...  Cultural awareness is gained through recognising one's own culture (self-beliefs, values and perceptions) and understanding how this influences how other cultures, not just Aboriginal, are interpreted  ...  In addition, it engenders self-pride in the Aboriginal employee and a belief that the organisation trusts and understands them '…believe in me and I will believe in myself'.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12960-019-0384-2 pmid:31217016 pmcid:PMC6585108 fatcat:c7rk2za5y5hf3p4z7ylopf5guy

Facebook Use Among Romanian Graduate Students. Influences on Self-esteem and Feelings of Loneliness

Oana Ștefăniță, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania, Georgiana Udrea, Flavia Durach, Nicoleta Corbu, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania
2018 Journal of Media Research  
In this context, we aim at providing evidence to clarify the direction of influence of Facebook on loneliness and to better understand the relationship between online networking and self-esteem, in a very  ...  This paper investigates the uses of Facebook among Romanian graduate students with a focus on how the online activity reflects on self-esteem and on the feeling of loneliness.  ...  Most of the interviewees believe Facebook can influence their self-confidence temporarily, and only some that it can help increase it on the long run ("Yes, I admit I feel better towards myself when on  ... 
doi:10.24193/jmr.30.1 fatcat:wodoqhrrujgbrldzyontporkii

Critical Influences on Sexual Minority College Males' Meaning-Making of their Multiple Identities

Daniel Tillapaugh
2015 Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice  
These developmental models reinforce a compartmentalized look into one's holistic self without much understanding of how one makes meaning of one's multiple identities or any insight to those critical  ...  roles and expectations through those pairings.  ... 
doi:10.1080/19496591.2015.996059 fatcat:v7jljnyziredbabpezyveiydea

Influence of Euphemistic Texts on Students' Corrupt Communication Usage, Empathy and Prejudice

Shirley D. Frigillano
2020 The Normal Lights  
This quasi-experimental study investigated the influence of euphemistic texts (words used to substitute unethical, taboo, or harsh expressions) on the corrupt communication usage, empathy and prejudice  ...  Avoiding harsh expressions was the most common manifestation of changed behavior among the participants.  ...  I avoid sharing my problems with others and try solving them myself. 17. My decisions are not usually influenced by what other people would think. 18.  ... 
doi:10.56278/tnl.v14i1.1501 fatcat:b5btyfhnbza57ca65ofctemgf4

Being in a queer time: Exploring the influence of the COVID ‐19 pandemic on LGBTQ + body image

Natalie (Nat) Quathamer, Phillip Joy
2021 Nutrition & Dietetics  
Woven through these considerations were social discourses of hetero-cis-normativity, healthism, and resistance. The COVID-19 pandemic was a 'queer time' for LGBTQ+ people.  ...  The qualitative research process was guided by queer theory and poststructuralism and consisted of an online survey with open-ended questions and semi-structured virtual interviews.  ...  They outlined feeling a sense of control with their body and gender expressions and support from online communities and simultaneously out of control with their cravings for comfort, whether through food  ... 
doi:10.1111/1747-0080.12699 pmid:34337841 pmcid:PMC8441880 fatcat:h6eytow4djhwnmcapzqadfp37a
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