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Where Are the Kids?

Michael A. Messner, Michela Musto
2014 Sociology of Sport Journal  
Huge numbers of children participate in sports. However, kids and sports are rarely seen, much less systematically studied by sport sociologists.  ...  and sport organizations, while largely conceding the terrain of children's sports to journalists and to a handful of scholars whose work is not grounded in sport sociology.  ...  In a repetitive sort of loop, there they are right before our eyes; we see them (and enjoy them), therefore we study them.  ... 
doi:10.1123/ssj.2013-0111 fatcat:zikekao2pnhwtfutlennpv54ga

Anthony Ng: the kids are alright

Claire McKenna
2021 BJPsych Bulletin  
And it's OK if you don't have all the answers. I don't think kids expect you to have all the answers.  ...  But what people are not seeing is how often these hurricanes are coming, how intense they're coming and also why the risk of these events is going up.  ... 
doi:10.1192/bjb.2021.27 pmid:34103119 fatcat:ougqfwptabhsfbbd64zf7meemu

Being the adult you needed as a kid: why the AITSL standards are not the best fit for drama teachers

Christina Gray, Kirsten Lambert
2019 Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education  
Yet the standardisation of teachers' work has attracted criticism from researchers who assert that a "one size fits all" model for judging teacher quality fails to recognise the affective, enactive and  ...  Of particular note, are the strong role models they have become through the development of authentic, professional relationships where students feel supported and empowered to explore their feelings, achieve  ...  As Rachael said, "Kids learn differently. We can do all sorts of practical work to explore complex ideas."  ... 
doi:10.1080/1359866x.2019.1685645 fatcat:5yvxounnovbz5le3bgrbe52mde

Are the kids alright? A critique and agenda for taking youth cultures seriously

Jeffrey S Debies-Carl
2013 Social Science Information  
These include: 1) the tendency to group all youth phenomena under a monolithic conceptual umbrella, 2) a preoccupation on the part of researchers with style and the consumption of goods, and 3) the assumed  ...  It is argued that such assumptions trivialize subcultures, have lead to a priori understandings of these without adequate empirical grounding, and must be addressed if subcultures are to be adequately  ...  Yet, as Marchart warns, "not all roads lead to Rome, and not all paths lead to politics" (2004: 420).  ... 
doi:10.1177/0539018412466636 fatcat:felvocgjfvgexawwl2ksnil4am

The Kids Are All Right: How Libraries Can Best Serve Transfer Students

Marc Vinyard
2020 portal: Libraries and the Academy  
Librarians were concerned that transfer students' information literacy skills lagged those of their peers because transfers did not receive the library instruction that other students got in first-year  ...  (2) From the students' perspectives, how can the library best assist them?  ...  One student summed up the thoughts of all the participants with the statement, "Anything that's not my original thought, I need to cite it. That's kind of my rule of thumb."  ... 
doi:10.1353/pla.2020.0017 fatcat:vflf4s6g3vgnbaaiolafsfxio4

The Kids Are Alright—Right? Physical Activity and Mental Health in College Students

Steven J. Petruzzello, Allyson G. Box
2020 Kinesiology Review  
The status of physical activity in higher education has changed dramatically over the past 100 years.  ...  There is room to improve the physical activity and mental health of college students, realigning higher education with the promotion of mens sana in corpore sano.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to acknowledge the undergraduate students who worked in the Exercise Psychophysiology Laboratory for their help in organizing the search for relevant literature.  ... 
doi:10.1123/kr.2020-0039 fatcat:3w63zn6nvfbqpex5a3yzvmttk4

Becoming Cross-Cultural Kids in K. J. Fowler's 'We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves'

Jessica Sanfilippo
2019 Junctions: Graduate Journal of the Humanities  
For Van Reken, due to their sense of cultural marginality, 'CCKs of all sorts can't fit the pre-assigned boxes' (2017, n.p.).  ...  Contrarily, these children are to be viewed as 'beings' in their own right. All these beings are active agents, open to transformation and new processes that can subvert majorities.  ... 
doi:10.33391/jgjh.49 fatcat:nfki4iistfg3zi5huw7mn47mtq

Why Are All the White Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?: Toward Challenging Constructions of a Persecuted White Collective

Uma Mazyck Jayakumar, Annie S. Adamian, Sara E. Grummert, Cameron T. Schmidt-Temple, Andrew T. Arroyo
2021 Education Sciences  
diversity language and the appropriation of BIPOC strategies of resistance.  ...  This not only inhibits and detracts from racial justice work, but can function to expand white supremacy.  ...  For this reason, in 1997, former Spellman President Beverly Tatum first published her famous book Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci11110679 fatcat:r4c64n3songj3jups5bafygeci

The lost joys of a carefree life or are contemporary Swedish authors "banning" happiness? Interview with Francesca Dal Negro, Feltrinelli Kids editor, Italy

Anna Battista
2008 Barnboken: Tidskrift för Barnlitteraturforskning  
Laughter, for example, is not exactly an ever-present feature of contemporary Swedish children's literature, while sadness and melancholy are often there.  ...  This said, I don't think the real problem is censoring or not censoring a book, banning or not banning a title from our catalogue, but it's more about wondering which values we are bringing to our readers  ... 
doi:10.14811/clr.v31i2.63 fatcat:uhcgudeaxzf4xja5v4wdk2y2se

"None of the Kids are Allowed to Eat Junk at the Pool": Discourses of "Optimal Nutrition" in Competitive Youth Swimming and the Impact on Athlete Welfare

Melanie Lang
2015 The International Journal of Sport and Society  
The consequences of exposing youth athletes to such practices are discussed in relation to the health and wellbeing of (child) athletes.  ...  The study comprised an ethnography of three competitive youth swimming clubs at different levels of the performance spectrum.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank the editor and the anonymous reviewers for their constructive comments on an earlier version of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.18848/2152-7857/cgp/v05/54117 fatcat:dhc5cvvu5nevjbqslwl6fbejdm

So the kids are busy, what now? Teacher perceptions of the use of hand-held game consoles in West Australian primary classrooms

John O'Rourke, Susan Main, Michelle Ellis
2013 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  
appeared to have the capacity to engage and motivate students, regardless of the approach of the teacher.  ...  This current research explores teacher perceptions of the implementation of HGCs to enhance the development of mental maths skills (namely the recall of single digit addition, subtraction and multiplication  ...  with kids getting deep understanding than getting things right with the DS."  ... 
doi:10.14742/ajet.317 fatcat:gyi7oga3kbg25nfmetvufrmj5m

Are All Kids Alike? The Magnitude of Individual Differences in Personality Characteristics Tends to Increase from Early Childhood to Early Adolescence

René Mõttus, Christopher J. Soto, Helena R. Slobodskaya, Mitja Back
2017 European Journal of Personality  
variance at older childhood age is consistent across the two countries, and (iii) that this pattern is not an artefact of age differences in means or floor/ceiling effects.  ...  The present research examined age differences in the variance of a range of personality traits, using parent reports of two large samples of children from predominantly the USA and Russia, respectively  ...  Soto and by grants from the Russian Scientific Foundation (16-18-00003) and Russian Foundation for Basic Research (16-06-00022) to Helena R. Slobodskaya.  ... 
doi:10.1002/per.2107 fatcat:eiaapqav2baqpg45tqqt5mjdhq

"Kids, you may be wondering how many of these stories I'm telling you are true. It's a fair question." – The birth of humour through the rebirth of the narrative in How I Met

Adeline Terry
2021 Etudes de stylistique anglaise  
Société de stylistique anglaise Electronic reference Adeline Terry, ""Kids, you may be wondering how many of these stories I'm telling you are true. It's a fair question."  ...  -The birth of humour through the rebirth of the narrative in  ...  Lily's textual world clearly conflicts with Ted's and Robin's, which shows that their mental representations of events are not right.  ... 
doi:10.4000/esa.4651 fatcat:m4l22ufmybdadesqhrt5xrfesa

'They Are Kids, Let Them Eat': A Qualitative Investigation into the Parental Beliefs and Practices of Providing a Healthy Diet for Young Children among a Culturally Diverse and Deprived Population in the UK

Erica Jane Cook, Faye Caroline Powell, Nasreen Ali, Catrin Pedder Penn-Jones, Bertha Ochieng, Georgina Constantinou, Gurch Randhawa
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
In the UK, ethnic minority children are at greater risk of obesity and weight-related ill health compared to the wider national population.  ...  The factors that influence the provision of a healthy diet among these populations remain less understood.  ...  We would also like to acknowledge all of the bilingual fieldworkers and the local community centres for their support with the fieldwork, and who have enabled us to provide a voice to communities often  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph182413087 pmid:34948698 pmcid:PMC8700847 fatcat:ocucsntay5bghjzmvo3jm3g7he

Not in Society

Amelia E. Barr
1892 North American Review  
They are usually people of distinction, who live well, dress fashionably, pay their bills, are blameless in char THE NORTH AMERICAN the feelings and rights of others, and we should quickly  ...  of Society to notice these things, if only masters are necessary, then one office is as exactly right and moral as the other.  ... 
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