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Investigating the relationship between thinking style and personal electronic device use and its implications for academic performance
TLDR
Using PEDs can be academically beneficial or harmful depending on the purpose of PED use. Expand
The Origin of Major Choice, Academic Commitment, and Career‐Decision Readiness Among Taiwanese College Students
The present study aimed to examine if and how career-decision readiness relates to the origin of college major choice among Taiwanese college students. A total of 375 junior and senior collegeExpand
Financing Direct Democracy: Revisiting the Research on Campaign Spending and Citizen Initiatives
The conventional view in the direct democracy literature is that spending against a measure is more effective than spending in favor of a measure, but the empirical results underlying this conclusionExpand
Book Reviews
School reforms have long been the focus of a significant policy debate in the United States as well as in Canada. The mass media, politicians, parents, and school-board members have criticizedExpand
The Diversified School Campus: Ethnic Diversity, School Violence, and Academic Achievement
The representative democracy literature investigating the effects of ethnic diversity on educational performance has put forth conflicting messages. Some suggest that increased minority teacherExpand
Do Intiative Backers Waster Their Money? Revisiting the Research on Campaign Spending and Direct Democracy
The existing literature on campaign spending in direct democracy campaigns has found a puzzling asymmetry: Spending in favor of propositions appears to have no effect on their fate at the ballot box,Expand
School Performance, Student Ethnic Composition, and Socioeconomic Factors: A Comparison of Four Ethnic Groups
The article examines whether or not and how student ethnic composition relates to the learning achievement in public schools in the state of California, giving special attention to parental educationExpand
Candidate Attributes and Attitudes Toward Courts in Judiciary Elections: An Experimental Study
A central assumption of this paper is that voters make up their minds under the influence of their attitudes toward the court system as a whole. Another purpose of this study is to compare thisExpand
Financing Direct Democracy: Revisiting the Research on Campaign Spending and Citizen Initiatives
The conventional view in the direct democracy literature is that spending against a measure is more effective than spending in favor of a measure, but the empirical results underlying this conclusionExpand
Chinese-to-English phonetic transfer of Chinese university EFL students
Phonetic transfer is defined as an L1 influence on the acquisition of L2 phonetics. Previous studies have investigated phonetic transfer in the area of articulation, but the effects of L1 on L2Expand