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Bias effects of socioeconomic status and sex in decision making in speech-language pathology.
Within the area of speech-language pathology there is a paucity of literature that specifically addresses the issue of bias in the referral, assessment, and placement of children in programs for theExpand
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“I Am What I Am” (Or Am I?): The Making and Unmaking of Lesbian and Gay Identity in High Tech Gays
In recent years, federal courts have made a number of decisions that concern the constitutional rights of lesbians and gay men. These cases have highlighted an ongoing and growing tension facing theExpand
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Do We Need Subject Matter-Specific Pedagogies?
Spur-of-the-moment exam for members of the law faculty: “OK, everyone, please take out your laptops and write an essay on the following topic: Would your class be different or the same if everyExpand
'Baton Bullying': Understanding Multi-Aggressor Rotation in Anti-Harassment Cases
Schools are increasingly expected to intervene to prevent the sorts of bullying behavior that can interfere with education. If they do so inadequately, as a number of recent cases show, schoolExpand
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Fall 2005 " Theory Saved My Life "
ions she describes as available only to those in the end stages can offer insight even to those muddling slowly through learning the techniques of the early ones. Much of Lustbader’s essay addressesExpand
Theory Saved My Life
In part a tribute to the groundbreaking work of legal theorist Ruthann Robson, this article argues that theory and theorizing are under-examined yet basic skills which must be taught to all beginningExpand
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". . . See Erie.": Critical Study of Legal Authority