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“Mentions of Gender in Comparative Education Review, 1957-2016”

How has the Comparative Education Review (CER) — and the field of comparative education more broadly — changed over its first 50 or so years?...
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Engaging and Educating: Examining Local Protests and Narratives of Environmental Challenges as Resident Researchers in South Florida

After the 2016 Presidential election in the United States, the co-authors (as resident-researchers) attended protests including environmental themes from the Everglades (south) to West Palm...
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Inquiry-Based Teaching and Gender Differentials in Attitudes and Career Aspirations towards Science

Background Under-representation of women in science-related fields has been a global issue. Despite the growing demands for qualified STEM graduates in the labor market, women...
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Non-Cognitive Variables and Science Achievement in the United States of America and China: Evidence from PISA 2015

Non-cognitive variables are important indicators for students’ achievement. The study examines the relationship between non-cognitive variables and science achievement using PISA 2015 data at both...
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Non-Cognitive Variables and Science Achievement in the United States of America and China: Evidence from PISA 2015

Non-cognitive variables are important indicators for students’ achievement. The study examines the relationship between non-cognitive variables and science achievement using PISA 2015 data at both...
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The Influence of family paper books and electronic devices on Their Scientific Achievements:Based on PISA2015 China (B-J-S-G) Data

Abstract The purpose of this study is to empirically investigate the type and quantity of middle school students’ family paper books and electronic devices factors...
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China ‘goes out’ in a centre/periphery world: Incentivising international publications in the humanities and social sciences

China ‘goes out’ in a centre/periphery world: Incentivising international publications in the humanities and social sciences I. Introduction The current expansion of English language publishing...
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