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Great expectations: single mothers in higher education

Diana L. Haleman
2004 International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education  
The women and children directly affected by these policies are routinely viewed as passive objects of intervention rather than active subjects involved in creating their own experiences and capable of  ...  . 1 Their educational experiences often provide an opportunity for disrupting negative expectations directed toward them and also symbolize for the women the possibility of realizing the hopes and dreams  ...  While I argue that study participants actively contested stereotypes directed toward them, they also at times demonstrated similar stereotypes of (other) single mothers.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0951839042000256448 fatcat:jpolv5o5bzerpl4i7xrttq4qsy

Planning for Age-Friendly Cities

Mark Scott
2021 Planning Theory & Practice  
This is not simply a health or elderly care issue, but requires considering ageing in all policies, services, urban settings and structures that enable people to age actively.  ...  How we plan for the ageing of our population and of our cities, how we choose to address the challenges and maximise the opportunities, will determine whether society can reap the benefits of the 'longevity  ...  Acknowledgements This project is funded through the Queensland Department of Environment and Science. Notes on Contributors  ... 
doi:10.1080/14649357.2021.1930423 fatcat:u6lvj356znfhbk5twsnd2u4p5q

Active ageing: Voluntary work by older people in Europe

2015 Geron  
, Journal of European Social Policy, vol 6, References Acknowledgements The authors are grateful to Giovanni Lamura and Andrea Principi for their leadership of the ASPA (Activating Senior Potential  ...  This book provides important new insights for academics and students interested in ageing societies, active ageing and voluntary work.  ...  In the leisure activities sector, it is worth mentioning that the associations oriented toward seniors (senior citizen clubs, retiree associations, veteran and alumni organisations) accounted for 23.2  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40718-015-0023-5 fatcat:hxlmmbqbsbdyzmyd6tiy2k56wq

Book Reviews/Comptes rendus

2008 Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie  
citizens and Canadian trained persons.  ...  The first out- lines daycare needs and is a handy list of sources and materials on the topic; the latter is the published proceedings of a daycare seminar held in Ottawa in 1969.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1755-618x.1973.tb00516.x fatcat:jyr45thgo5e2rka6eerzur5fcu

Gender Equality in Academia: Bad News from the Trenches, and Some Possible Solutions

Kristen Monroe, Saba Ozyurt, Ted Wrigley, Amy Alexander
2008 Perspectives on Politics  
and a keen sense of the power dynamics within the university.  ...  Analysis of interviews with 80 female faculty at a large Research One university-the most comprehensive qualitative data set generated to date-suggests both individual and institutional discrimination  ...  Further, since the Department of Labor reported similar splits according to gender almost a generation ago, in a series of reports on employment trends from 1980-87, this differential effect cannot be  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1537592708080572 fatcat:t65ephrmfrg7farcmfeyfhboz4

Trends In Vocational Education And Training Research. Proceedings Of The European Conference On Educational Research (Ecer), Vocational Education And Training Network (Vetnet)

Christof Nägele, Barbara E. Stalder
2018 Zenodo  
Altogether, the papers reflect the rich culture of VET and VET research in Europe and abroad. The proceedings align with other activities of VETNET within EERAs annual ECERs and beyond.  ...  For the first time in many years, VETNET publishes a collection of short papers in an edited book of proceedings, which is available online and as a printed version.  ...  Learning in simulation-based classes in social and health care programs. In C. Nägele  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1319718 fatcat:fpw3lowp2jd5dhqnytpgpp2vpm

Learning disability and work inclusion: on the experiences, aspirations and empowerment of sheltered employment workers in Norway

Marit Rustad, Kwesi A. Kassah
2020 Disability & Society  
Points of interest Participation in work-life is a central policy for all Norwegian citizens, including people with learning disabilities.  ...  We employed focus groups, supplemented by informal discussions to generate data for the study. Together with the employees and employers, we established two three-member focus groups.  ...  in daycare centres or no activity (S€ oderstr€ om and Tøssebro 2011).  ... 
doi:10.1080/09687599.2020.1749564 fatcat:fbodph7xuvakrn37ypja73ku4e

Development of an automatic angle-controlled bed using vital signs in the patient

T. Yuji, Y. Higashi, T. Fujimoto, T. Tamura
2002 Gerontechnology  
., the stove left on); providing information about daily activities and long-term trends, and changes therein (e.g., reduced movements); providing support for daily activities such as medication monitoring  ...  Subgroup analyses revealed that the program was most effective for participants with a lower level of self-reported prior knowledge about memory loss and AD (p=0.02).  ...  used as a general guideline for the development of senior friendly products.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.096.00 fatcat:kd57hc6jmrhy3fbnul62dm4al4

Use and attitudes toward interactive computer services in community dwelling older adults

S. Handler, N. Resnick, R. Schulz, R.H. Friedman
2002 Gerontechnology  
., the stove left on); providing information about daily activities and long-term trends, and changes therein (e.g., reduced movements); providing support for daily activities such as medication monitoring  ...  Subgroup analyses revealed that the program was most effective for participants with a lower level of self-reported prior knowledge about memory loss and AD (p=0.02).  ...  used as a general guideline for the development of senior friendly products.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.089.00 fatcat:j3ddcwxrvfd57f5krh5u55d23m

Barriers encountered in an e-mail tutorial program for computer-illiterate seniors aged 71-96 years

M. Marx, A. Libin, K. Renaudat, J. Cohen-Mansfield
2002 Gerontechnology  
., the stove left on); providing information about daily activities and long-term trends, and changes therein (e.g., reduced movements); providing support for daily activities such as medication monitoring  ...  Subgroup analyses revealed that the program was most effective for participants with a lower level of self-reported prior knowledge about memory loss and AD (p=0.02).  ...  used as a general guideline for the development of senior friendly products.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.138.00 fatcat:6viyfobhtvfuxbh2sterstyljy

Guidelines for senior friendly product development

S. Becker, H. Mollenkopf
2002 Gerontechnology  
., the stove left on); providing information about daily activities and long-term trends, and changes therein (e.g., reduced movements); providing support for daily activities such as medication monitoring  ...  Subgroup analyses revealed that the program was most effective for participants with a lower level of self-reported prior knowledge about memory loss and AD (p=0.02).  ...  used as a general guideline for the development of senior friendly products.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.058.00 fatcat:j2vuk2kxxbgdlhvn25u7r5l7qe

When do seniors choose the Internet? The role of communication goal and user ex-perience

A.S. Melenhorst
2002 Gerontechnology  
., the stove left on); providing information about daily activities and long-term trends, and changes therein (e.g., reduced movements); providing support for daily activities such as medication monitoring  ...  Subgroup analyses revealed that the program was most effective for participants with a lower level of self-reported prior knowledge about memory loss and AD (p=0.02).  ...  used as a general guideline for the development of senior friendly products.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.118.00 fatcat:blwrkaxdmnha7jqgfko2sfbcga

Developing a Global Citizenship Education Programme for Three to Six Year Olds

Rowan Oberman, Fionnuala Waldron, Sheila Dillon
2012 International Journal of Development Education and Global Learning  
and Citizenship Education located in St Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Dublin. 1 The programme was developed through three phases of research.  ...  that pedagogies are interactive and active (Fiedler et al  ...  It locates children as agents in their own learning and as citizens rather than recipients of knowledge or citizens-in-the-making.  ... 
doi:10.18546/ijdegl.04.1.04 fatcat:wnmpgvdx4rd5bhqhrn54fzvtpm

Smart orthotics for active suppression of pathological tremor

L.R. Normie, M. Topping, T. Soede, J. Sánchez-Lacuesta, W. Harwin, J.L. Pons, M. Manto, J. Williams, S. Skaarup
2002 Gerontechnology  
., the stove left on); providing information about daily activities and long-term trends, and changes therein (e.g., reduced movements); providing support for daily activities such as medication monitoring  ...  Subgroup analyses revealed that the program was most effective for participants with a lower level of self-reported prior knowledge about memory loss and AD (p=0.02).  ...  used as a general guideline for the development of senior friendly products.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.134.00 fatcat:g5wy24ccvzceng7fr5t7mtabna

The application of activity-monitoring technology in the nursing home setting and the barriers to use among residents with dementia

J.A. Sanford
2002 Gerontechnology  
., the stove left on); providing information about daily activities and long-term trends, and changes therein (e.g., reduced movements); providing support for daily activities such as medication monitoring  ...  Subgroup analyses revealed that the program was most effective for participants with a lower level of self-reported prior knowledge about memory loss and AD (p=0.02).  ...  used as a general guideline for the development of senior friendly products.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.113.00 fatcat:r5mev2hxzfc3xiheaaeh27fbki
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