|A comparison of physicians' and nurses' responses to selected ethical dilemmas.
||Winland-Brown, Jill E.; Dobrin, Adam L.
|A different set of classrooms: preparing a new generation of clinicians.
||Jackson, Catherine A.; Woolsey, Janice D.
|Algeria at the crossroads: how the United States can help the Algerians fight the battle against violent Islamic extremists.
||Belisle, Frances J.
|An assessment on the impact of the current economic crisis and its effect on the protection of our children from sexual predators: a case study of the State of Nevada.
||Aberle, Robert Kenneth
|An interdisciplinary approach to tolerance of ambiguity, ecumenical theology, and world peace.
||McGahan, Joseph; Roberts, Joseph; Wilkerson, Keith
|Atavistic culture: the bete noire of social change.
|Bildung as a powerful tool in modern university teaching.
||Olesen, Mogens Noergaard
|Child sexual abuse among socially marginalized groups: cultural and governmental influences perpetuating maltreatment in American Indian Country.
||Steele, Paul D.
|Child victimization on South Dakota Indian reservations: an overview of jurisdictional policy.
|Children in harm's way: a global issue as important as climate change.
||Kendall, Garth E.; van Eekelen, J. Anke M.; Li, Jianghong; Mattes, Eugen
|Children of genocide in the 21st century: four case studies of Sub-Sahara Africa.
||Oberg, Charles; Caselton, Deborah
|Conundrum of autism: a review of its causes and significant impact on the education of a school age child.
||Nwokeafor, Cosmas U.
|Costa Rican cacao economy: an ethnographic study of social justice observed.
||Cherney, Madeline del Toro
|Criterion-referenced assessment for language organization: an example of evidence-based practice.
||Klecan-Aker, Joan S.; Colson, Karen
|Deep time: its meaning and moral implications.
||Pinet, Paul R.
|Dehumanizing the humanities: neoliberalism and the unethical dimension of the market ethic.
||Sukys, Paul Andrew
|Developing safe schools partnerships with law enforcement.
|Differentiating language arts in Belize.
||Cook, Pamela R.
|Does assessment have to drive the curriculum?
||Cole, Helen; Hulley, Kathy; Quarles, Peggy
|Earth news: adapt, mitigate or die.
||Gabel, Kathe A.
|Education, policy and social justice: searching the borderlands between subjective science and experimental art.
|Effects of language learning interventions in pre-school children: a longitudinal study.
||Gasteiger-Klicpera, B.; Knapp, W.; Kucharz, D.; Schabmann A.; Schmidt, B.
|Global governance: the case of money laundering and terrorist financing.
||Kumar, Leena Thacker; Campbell, Joel R.
|Helping children cope through literature.
||Lowe, Danielle F.
|How successful is terrorism?
||Lutz, James M.; Lutz, Brenda J.
|Improving children's experiences in foster care: foster parent ideas.
||Shireman, Joan F.
|Individual development accounts and social justice.
||Murphy-Erby, Yvette; Jordan, Shikkiah; Shobe, Marcia; Christy-McMullin, Kameri
|Linguistic diversity and development: the language question and social justice in Southern Africa.
|Linking political systems and war systems--systemic risks, paradoxes and blind spots.
|Literacy courses and the prevention of reading difficulties.
|Measuring the ethical quotient of corporations: the case of small and medium enterprises in India.
||Lather, Anu Singh
|New wine in old wineskins--twenty-first century ethical challenges for the just war tradition.
||Demy, Timothy J.
|Nurses and conundrums of conscience.
||Laabs, Carolyn A.
|Nurturing ethical values in the 21st century adolescent.
||Kuttner, Joanne Fitzmaurice
|Ontological gap: eastern spiritualism western materialism.
||Clark, Allen S.
|Perspectives on social justice.
||Gil, David G.
|Perspectives on the impact of historical and contemporary terrorism on the world's indigenous peoples.
||DeLong, Kenric Jones
|Poverty immigration and Latinos in U.S. Texas colonias.
|Pre-school children discerning numbers and letters.
||Holmqvist, Mona; Tullgren, Charlotte
|Proudhon, public policy, and American political traditions.
||Prud'homme, Joseph; Farrand, Stuart
|Race as a social construct: the impact on education.
|Referral for profit: deprofessionalization of health care in America.
||Macs, Dina S.
|Securing food supply for future generations through groundwater management: a policy analysis approach.
||Almas, Lal K.; Taylor, Robert H.; Guerrero, Bridget; Amosson, Stephen H.
|Slam poetry and cultural experience for children.
||Boudreau, Kathryn E.
|Social justice and evidence-based assessment with the learning record.
||Syverson, Margaret A.
|Terrorism: dilemmas of capitalism, monotheism, multiculturalism, violence.
|The global financial crisis-caused by greed, moral meltdown and public policy disasters.
||Wargo, Donald T.; Baglini, Norman; Nelson, Kate
|The importance of nutritional education in preventing obesity and malnutrition.
||Tanaka, Noriko; Kinoshita, Yukiko
|The Obama presidency and the question of social justice: a critical analysis of the meaningful milestone.
||Hanks, Lawrence J.
|The rise and demise of children's international human rights.
|The use of British nursery rhymes and contemporary technology as venues for creating and expressing hidden literacies throughout time by children, adolescents, and adults.
||Hazlett, Lisa A.
|Toward a model of promoting literacy for students with autism spectrum disorder in the general education classroom.
||LaBarbera, Robin; Soto-Hinman, Ivannia
|Twisted social justice: Father Coughlin & the Christian Front.