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Service-learning in baccalaureate nursing education: a literature review.
  • B. Murray
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of nursing education
  • 14 October 2013
Service-learning is an educational pedagogy that provides students with an opportunity to apply classroom learning to real-world situations, while meeting a specific community need. The purpose ofExpand
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Educating Nursing Students about Health Literacy: From the Classroom to the Patient Bedside
Abstract All nurses and nursing students today must be able assess patients for health literacy limitations and intervene to assure patient understanding of important health information. In thisExpand
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A history of football in Australia: a game of two halves
The fascinating story of the fastest growing sport in Australia and the ties it has to our culture and identity. In coming years football will continue to excite sports fans throughout Australia. TheExpand
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For What Noble Cause: Cindy Sheehan and the Politics of Grief in Public Spheres of Argument
This essay provides an analysis of the rhetoric surrounding Cindy Sheehan during the height of her popularity in August and September 2005. This analysis reveals that grief can function as a form ofExpand
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Labouring Classes and Dangerous Classes in Paris During the First Half of the Nineteenth Century
This is an English translation of a book originally published in French in 1958. The author uses both quantitative and qualitative evidence to examine the biological bases of the social history ofExpand
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Soccer in New South Wales, 1880–1980
It is one of the anomalies of the history of association football in Australia that all of the states have had good histories written about them, except the two states where the game was by far theExpand
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Critique of a flawed masterpiece [Book Review]
Review(s) of: The ball is round: A global history of football, by David Goldblatt, Viking/Penguin, London, 2006, hb (pb edition, London 2007).
A cultural history of association football in Scotland, 1865-1902: Understanding sports as a way of understanding society [Book Review]
Review(s) of: A cultural history of association football in Scotland, 1865-1902: Understanding sports as a way of understanding society, by Matthew L. McDowell, The Edwin Mellen Press, New York,Expand
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