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What Bishops Really Think about Science: Science and Religion among Senior Christian Leaders in the UK

Are people of faith anti-science? We report from in-depth interviews with Anglican Bishops and other senior Christian leaders on how they actually see science and science-religion questions.

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Understanding and the Interpretive Approach in International Relations

International Relations, as a social science, has largely escaped the naturalistic/interpretive debate. However, an interpretive methodology would allow for a broader ontology, an empiricist epistemology, while not precluding causal explanations.

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Published online: June 20, 2014

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Tempering Nature: Experimental Practice in the Natural Sciences

A notion of experimental practice, called ‘tempering’ nature since scientists strive to understand nature by measuring it, is explicated in terms of scientific worldviews, experimentation, and the natural world.

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Published online: June 20, 2014

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Rapid Assessment of Loiasis in Okigwe and Ohaji/Egbema L.G.As, Imo State, Nigeria

Loiasis is generally reported as being a relatively benign infection. It affects organs of the body like kidney and heart in patients with high microfilaria load.

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Published online: June 20, 2014

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Micro Pedagogies: Implementing a Micro-spiral Science Curriculum for Pre-service Teachers and Middle School Children Science Summer Camp

This research compared the effectiveness of using an experimental spiral science curriculum to a traditional linear science curriculum for middle school students using a pre-service, in-service teaching component.

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Published online: June 20, 2014

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The International Journal of Science in Society , Volume 5, Issue 2, June 2014

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The Influence of Socio-demographic Factors on Environmental Education Awareness of First Year Students at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa

Sustainability is greatest challenge faced by civilization. Promotion of pro-environmental behaviors is vital. Environmental education awareness about sustainable use of resources is key to unlock maximum potential from the environment.

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Published online: June 20, 2014

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Maximizing Research Success through Integrated Multi-level Research Projects

Research integrity and quality are threatened by high supervisor-student ratios. However, structuring research projects to enable integration of results can address this successfully. A framework for achieving this is proposed.

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Published online: March 27, 2014

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Concentration, Reactive-Proactive Aggression, Non-verbal Aggression, and Wellness Among Video Games Playing Adolescents

Study examines levels of concentration, reactive-proactive aggression, non-verbal aggression and wellness among video games playing adolescents. Lower level of wellness, higher level of reactive-proactive aggression and non-verbal aggression were noticed.

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Published online: March 27, 2014

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The Physics Outreach Group: What, Where, When, How and Why?

Science, in particular physics, suffers from a poor reputation of being difficult and boring. The Physics Outreach Group is researching how to change this reputation.

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Published online: January 31, 2014

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