Now showing items 1661-1670 of 1967
A minority within a minority? Identity and Sexual Health in Black and Minority Ethnic Men Who Have Sex With Men in the United Kingdom
Identity refers to the individual’s self-construal. It is characterized by multiple elements, such as sexuality, ethnicity, and religion, and not all identity elements are simultaneously salient (Jaspal & Breakwell, 2014). ...
Generating disruptive pedagogy in informal spaces: learning with both the head and the heart.
(National Education Institute Slovenia., 2020)
The author's positionality and situatedness is that of a scholar-activist, interested both in the generation/production of knowledge, and the application of knowledge, especially towards social justice and equality. The ...
Towards the Second Duality of Global Youth Work: The Environment and Disruptive Action
(Policy and Practice: A Development Education Review, 2020-04-17)
There are five faces of globalisation that global youth work (GYW), as an offshoot of global education, should respond to (economic, political, environmental, cultural and technological), in order to be transformative, ...
The relationship between childhood trauma and Internet gaming disorder among college students: A structural equation model
Background The aim of this study was to investigate the mechanisms of Internet gaming disorder (IGD) and the associated interaction effects of childhood trauma, depression and anxiety in college students. Methods Participants ...
The Challenges Presented by Parental Mental Illness and the Potential of a Whole Family Intervention to Improve Outcomes for Families
Parental mental illness (PMI) can negatively affect the lives of all family members, and there is an acknowledged need to work attentively with family and social contexts to promote recovery. However, programmes undertaking ...
Covid-19 and the Hopeless University at the End of the End of History
The biomedicalisation of reproductive ageing: reproductive citizenship and the gendering of fertility risk
(Taylor and Francis, 2019-08-07)
The demographic shift currently being observed across many Western countries towards older-parenthood has contributed to increasing concerns about the risks posed by age-related fertility decline, particularly in women. ...
The use of near-peer tutors to improve level of learning & confidence in areas of human physiology
(Taylor & Francis, 2020-04-25)
This study investigates the impact near-peer tutors (NPTs) have on the learning experience of students enrolled on the biomedical and medical science programmes at De Montfort University, UK. Using a questionnaire, tutees ...
A Qualitative Exploration to Understand Access to Pharmacy Medication Reviews: Views from Marginalized Patient Groups
(MDPI AG, 2020-04-26)
Background: Vulnerable patients from marginalized groups (e.g., people with disabilities, people experiencing homelessness, black and minority ethnic communities) experience higher rates of ill-health, inequitable access ...