Imagining Globalization: Language, Identities, and Boundaries
Ho Hon Leung, Matthew Hendley, Robert W. Compton and Brian D. Haley
This collection gives voice to the peoples and groups impacted by globalization as they seek to negotiate their identities, language use, and territorial boundaries within a larger global context.
Hong Kong and Macau Identity at a Crossroads in the Post-Colonial Era: Tracing the Dynamics through the Lens of Architecture
Ho Hon Leung
The purpose of this paper is to explore the intertwining relationship between ethno-cultural identity and architecture, using Hong Kong and Macau as case studies.
Researching Mediated Animals: Internet Search Strategies for Researching Online Representations of Animals and Animal Advocacy
Brian M. Lowe and Michelle Hendley
Social movements are increasingly relying on highly mediated sources such as the Internet and blogosphere to disseminate their message and influence their target audiences.
Behavioral Assessment of Social Phobia Among Adolescents
Kenneth S. Walters
Social Phobia is an anxiety disorder characterized by excessive social anxiety. Features include: (a) extreme shyness; (b) fear of scrutiny, embarrassment, and negative evaluation; and avoidance of social situations or endurance with distress. Most research on the assessment of Social Phobia has used adult participants and focused largely on development of structured diagnostic interviews and self-report instruments.
The Discovery of Innocence: Juvenile Deliquency in Enlightenment Europe, 1750-1830
Jeffery P. Dennis
The construct of juvenile delinquency as a distinct type of criminality arose during the Enlightenment. Antecedents to the construct including childhood innocence promoted by Calvin, Luther, and Melanchthon; theories of cultural and child development espoused by Montesquieu, Rousseau, and Voltaire; and the revisions of the relationship between fatherhood and the state promoted in the American and French Revolutions.
The Culture of Bullying
Jeffery P. Dennis
Bullying is endemic among elementary and secondary school students. According to self reports, 13% of seventh graders regularly bully other students, 11% are victims of bullying, and an additional 6% are both bullies and victims.
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