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With reference to data derived from a sample of young unemployed girls, the paper examines a number of themes related to the education and (un)employment of early school leavers. Of particular interest is the relationship between ‘women's work’ as traditionally defined and technological change....
Kipling wrote novels, stories, and verse from the 1880s until his death in 1936 for both adults and children. In much of this writing, children played a major part and in a number of his works for children he had an admitted didactic aim. Throughout these years Kipling's works were very widely...
International work involving the measurement and investigation of perceptions of psychosocial characteristics of school classrooms has firmly established classroom learning environment as a thriving field of study. Furthermore Australian educational researchers have made sizable and distinctive...
In this paper attention has been called to the debate on whether field dependence/independence displays two distinctive cognitive styles on different levels of spatial-visual ability. The effectiveness of testing instruments for young children is questioned for they may not measure the same...
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