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    • Microscopy and outpatient malaria case managementamong older children and adults in Kenya 

      Zurovac, D; Midia, B; Ochola, S . A; English, M; Snow, R. W (Published online in Wiley InterScience (www.interscience.wiley.com), 2006-04)
      To evaluate the accuracy of routine malaria microscopy, and appropriate use andinterpretation of malaria slides under operational conditions in Kenya.methods Cross-sectional survey, using a range of quality of care assessment ...
    • Capacity Development for smallholder Irrigation in Kenya 

      Mati, Bancy M. (Published online in Wiley InterScience (www.interscience.wiley.com), 2008-05)
      This paper presents the experiences on capacity development for irrigation in Kenya, drawing from a study of sevensmallholder irrigation schemes, namely: New Mutaro, Emening, Mitunguu, Ng’uuru Gakirwe, Lari, Mukuria-Kyambogo ...
    • The Extent of Students’ Initiation of Ideas in The Classroom 

      Dr Oranu Chika, Philomena (University Of Port Harcourt, 2012-02-01)
      This study sought to identify the extent of students’ initiation of ideas in the classroom using three classroom interaction techniques. All senior secondary schools in Port Harcourt Local Government Area, ...
    • The Effects of Communication Efficacy on Information-Seeking Following Events That Increase Uncertainty: A Cross-Lagged Panel Analysis 

      Jang, Su Ahn; Tian, Yan (Published Online, 2012-05)
      This study examined how past information-seeking experience influences individuals’ information-seeking decision process following an event that increases uncertainty in close relationships. To examine this issue, a two-wave, ...
    • Adapting Communities That Care in Urban Aboriginal Communities in British Columbia: An Interim Evaluation 

      Stubley, Tammy; Margolin, Indrani; Rojas, Marcela (Sociology Mind, 2013-03-02)
      A considerable amount of research has been conducted on Aboriginal mental health and health promotion. However, implementation and impacts of culturally relevant health promotion strategies have not been equally addressed. ...
    • Economic and Cultural Peripheralization in the Eurozone 

      Paolilli, Antonio Luigi (Scientific Research Publishing, 2013-11-22)
      Copyright © 2014 Antonio Luigi Paolilli. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the ...
    • The Construction and Standardization of a Domestic Violence Questionnaire 

      Abolmaali, Khadijeh; Saberi, Hayedeh; Saber, Sousan (Scientific Research, 2014-01)
      The purpose of this research was to standardize the self-reported domestic violence scale. 530 participants were randomly selected via clustered sampling methods from married students of The Islamic Azad University of ...
    • Clocks, Watches and Timepieces: The Ace Bio-Political Tools 

      Butola, Balbir Singh (Scientific Research Publishing, 2014-03-04)
      “...it’s my hypothesis that the individual is not a pre-given entity which is seized on by the exercise of power. The individual, with his identity and characteristics, is the product of a relation of power exercised ...
    • English Language Learning Strategies of Malaysian Secondary School Students: Implication for Inter-Cultural Communication 

      Babikkoi, Mallam Adamu; Razak1, Binti Abdul; Zainab, Noor (Scientific Research Publishing, 2014-03-21)
      English is unquestionably the contemporary language of science, technology, commerce, intercultural communication and scholarship. It is consists of accomplished growing importance in the world. Consequently, in Malaysia ...
    • Everyone Vegetarian, World Enriching 

      Wu, John Y. (Scientific Research, 2014-05)
      This essay advocates global vegetarian diet. Firstly, seven personal health benefits and four global benefits of vegetarian dinners are specified to enrich the entire globe, and then, secondly, I explore concretely how ...
    • Is the World Objective? 

      Sabbadini, Shantena Augusto (Scientific Research, 2014-05)
      The assumption of an objective world underlying all our experiences is deeply embedded in our everyday thinking and in our language, and has been an unquestioned presupposition of the scientific enterprise for at least ...
    • Additive Property and the Physical Reducibility of the Mind 

      Hyun, Kwangho (Scientific Research, 2014-05)
      It is controversial whether the mind is physically reducible or not. If the mind is physically reducible, it must share properties with the physical world. To find out how the mind can be characterized, an “additive ...
    • “Do Not Weep” (Luke 7: 13): In the Footstep of the Compassionate Jesus 

      Obiorah, Mary Jerome (Scientific Research, 2014-08)
      The divine image, which every human being bears as a result of God’s benevolence at creation, attracts us to the Divine. Human beings are religious by nature and in order to fully realise themselves as humans they have ...
    • Public Sector and Corruption in Nigeria: An Ethical and Institutional Framework of Analysis 

      Casimir, K. C. Ani; Izueke, E. M.; Nzekwe, I. F. (Scientific Research, 2014-08)
      The paper examines the imperatives of good ethical conduct in the conduct of government business in Nigeria. As government business grows in complexity with the adoption of technological innovations in government, ...
    • Philosophy of Education: A Tool for National Development? 

      Abiogu, Godwin (Scientific Research, 2014-08)
      This paper is an exposition on the theoretical and practical relevance of educational philosophy to national development. It postulated that philosophical ideas have been responsible for shaping the development of societies ...
    • Hand-Washing Global 

      Wu, John Y. (Scientific Research, 2014-08)
      By the practical nature of the case, here is no theoretical argument but pragmatic reasoning for washing hands, with scientific evidence of hand-washing flushing out diseases into a sanitary condition globally. All facts ...
    • Why the Bible Cannot and Should Not Be Taken Literally 

      Firestone, Randall S. (Scientific Research, 2014-08)
      This paper argues that there are at least five reasons why the claim that the Bible is to be taken literally defies logic or otherwise makes no sense, and why literalists are in no position to claim that they have the ...
    • The Relative Effects of Logistics, Coordination and Human Resource on Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief Mission Performance 

      Idris, Aida; Che Soh, Saiful Nizam (University of Malaya, 2014-10)
      Most studies on humanitarian aid and disaster relief (HADR) missions suggest that the quality of logistics, coordination and human resource management will affect their performance. However, studies in developing countries ...
    • Development of Teachers’ Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching by Using the Innovation of Lesson Study and Open Approach 

      Sudejamnong, Anake; Robsouk, Kittipot; Loipha, Suladda; Inprasitha, Maitree (Scientific Research, 2014-10)
      This research was under context of professional development for mathematics teacher by using the innovation of lesson study and open approach project implemented by the Center for Research in Mathematics Education, Faculty ...
    • The Influence of Visual Distraction on Awareness Test 

      Yen-Ting Lo, Rachel; Suen, Mein-Woei (Scientific Research, 2014-10)
      In everyday situation, there are so many events happening around our lives. Although human beings are capable of perceiving many events happening at the same time, it is not possible for individuals to pay attention to ...