• ISSUE   18 Aug 2015

    Africa
    Rumi’s Masnavi: Part 2
    University of Ilorin, Nigeria

  • ISSUE   18 Aug 2015

    Asia
    Social representations of history and identity
    University of the Philippines Diliman, The Philippines

  • ISSUE   18 Aug 2015

    Europe
    Internationalization of universities
    University of Pari-Est Creteil, France

  • ISSUE   18 Aug 2015

    Oceania
    Aspirations
    Monash University, Australia

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    The Americas
    Police interrogation and confessions
    Seattle University, U.S.A.

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    The Middle East
    Yemeni music and performance: Part B
    Sana’a University, Yemen

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    Aardklop Art Festival
    Potchefstroom, South Africa

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    Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences
    Dubrovnik, Croatia

  • ISSUE   18 Aug 2015

    Arts electronica
    Linz, Austria

  • ISSUE   18 Aug 2015

    ASEAN and its diplomatic juncture with two global powers

  • ISSUE   18 Aug 2015

    Becoming the PhD: Part 2

  • ISSUE   18 Aug 2015

    Business and Social Sciences
    Kyoto, Japan

  • ISSUE   18 Aug 2015

    Critical theory: Part 2

  • ISSUE   18 Aug 2015

    Cultural icons
    New Zealand

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    Dealing with tuberculosis in Somalia
    – Somalia

  • ISSUE   18 Aug 2015

    Diana L Bell

  • ISSUE   18 Aug 2015

    Discussing death

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    Diversecity
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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    Dubai international dance festival
    Dubai

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    Economics, Law, Management
    Washington, USA

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    Education
    Belgrade, Serbia

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    Exploring Andean Pottery
    The Andes

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    Garma
    Arnhem land, Australia

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    Humanities, Literature, cultures, Arts
    Washington, USA

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    International Relations
    Giardini Naxos, Italy

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    Journal rappe
    Senegal

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    Linguistic Society of America
    Washington, USA

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    Mariarchi
    Guadalajara, Mexico

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    Mental health service users in Hong Kong
    – Hong Kong

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    MESEA
    Warsaw, Poland

  • ISSUE   18 Aug 2015

    MIT School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences: Part A

  • ISSUE   18 Aug 2015

    Netnography redefined

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    Professor Rethy Chhem
    – International Atomic Energy Agency, Austria

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    Professor Tom Boellstorff
    – University of California Irvine, USA

  • ISSUE   18 Aug 2015

    Rajasthan international folk festival
    Jodhpur City, India

  • ISSUE   18 Aug 2015

    Taipei Arts Festival: Human condition
    Taipei, Taiwan

FEATURED ACADEMIC 1

Professor Tom Boellstorff
– University of California Irvine, USA

Tom Boellstorff is Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of California, Irvine. From 2007–2012, Boellstorf sat as Editor-in-Chief of American Anthropologist, the flagship journal of the American Anthropological Association. He currently sits on the ... Read More

August 11, 2015

FEATURED ACADEMIC 2

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Professor Rethy Chhem
– International Atomic Energy Agency, Austria

Born in Cambodia, Rethy Chhem aspired for France to study medicine. However, his father, insisting on fairness to each of his six children, sent Chhem instead to medical school in Phnom Penh. After the military coup in 1970, Chhem, like ... Read More

August 11, 2015

FEATURED RESEARCH

Asia
Social representations of history and identity
University of the Philippines Diliman, The Philippines

The Social representations of history and identity project focuses on a synchronic set of events in the history of The Philippines, while aptly applying the model globally. Three studies employed the symbolic theory of history and identity to examine the impact of social ... Read More

August 11, 2015

FEATURED STRATEGIST

Diana L Bell

Diana Bell is an accomplished businesswoman, a civic and community leader in the San Francisco Bay Area. She currently serves as a director on a number of boards including the Northern California Girl Scouts, the State of California’s Board of Accountancy, Sutter East Bay Hospitals, and Emily’s List. ... Read More

August 1, 2015

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

ONTOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE

ACADEMIA IN SOCIETY 1

Dealing with tuberculosis in Somalia
– Somalia

In 1986 FINDA (Finish International Development Agency) conducted a Tuberculin survey in Kismayo, Burao and a refugee health unit in Somalia. The results for children over 10 years showed a ... Read More

August 1, 2015

ACADEMIA IN SOCIETY 2

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Mental health service users in Hong Kong
– Hong Kong

The community project investigated the effects of mental health services on their Chinese users in Hong Kong. The relationship between mental health and social inclusion has generated much interest among ... Read More

August 1, 2015