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Is the Scientific Method Adaptable to the Study of Social Work? A Focus on the Comparative Study of Cultural Differences

The purpose of this study is to explore what scientific method is reasonable to comparatively study diverse human behaviors and social phenomena in social work.

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Published online: July 29, 2015

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Sediments, Subsidence, and Sea-Level Rise: The Elephant in the Wetlands

Coastal land loss in Louisiana is extremely rapid. The entire coastline cannot be saved, and the governmental response will therefore resemble triage at best. This is not well discussed publicly.

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Published online: July 23, 2015

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The Role of Metaphor in Science

The scientific world is concerned primarily with literal truth. However, we suggest that the conceptual models from which real-world scientific predictions emerge are based on a metaphoric relationship.

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Published online: July 23, 2015

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The Making of a Global Network II: The OceanTracking Network Takes Shape, 2010-2013

This paper documents the first three years of an ambitious global scheme to construct tracking "nets" for endangered marine animals. The paper explores the strengths and weaknesses of interdisciplinary research.

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Published online: July 23, 2015

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Maintaining Consistency between Dual-Credit Courses at High Schools and On-Campus Sections in Chemistry

One primary challenge of dual credit or concurrent enrollment courses is maintaining the consistency with on-campus sections. This paper discusses how this has been done at Hastings College.

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Published online: July 23, 2015

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Female Elementary Teacher Candidates' Attitudes and Self-Efficacy for Teaching Engineering Concepts

Our research examined female elementary teacher candidates' initial uncertainties about teaching engineering principles and explored how their perspectives changed through instruction, modeling, practice, and application in an elementary classroom.

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Published online: June 26, 2015

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Before CSI: Making the Case for a Novel Portrayal of Forensic Science

Forensic science can be communicated in crime fiction. We use Ngaio Marsh's 1935 The Nursing Home Murder to illustrate the influence of popular media on the choice of murder weapon.

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Published online: June 24, 2015

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Culture and Economics Impede Scientific Medical Treatment

Popular culture/"political correctness" arising from the dualistic self and religious concepts, and the interplay between the economic needs of scientists and corporations have blocked rational climacteric syndrome treatment.

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Published online: June 23, 2015

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The International Journal of Science in Society , Volume 6, Issue 3-4, June 2015

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High School Teachers’ Priorities of Environmental Education Programs in the Region of Piraeus, Greece

Environmental Education Programs and Teachers' Goals.

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