CONFLICT BETWEEN PASTORALISTS AND CULTIVATORS IN NIGERIA
A grammar of the Kolokuma dialect of Ijo
- K. Williamson
- 1 January 1966
This chapter discusses morphophonemics I: non-tonal, which aims to clarify the role of tone and elision in the construction of tone-structure rules.
Issues and Themes of Socialization into Physical Education
The Austronesians in Madagascar and Their Interaction with the Bantu of the East African Coast: surveying the Linguistic Evidence for Domestic and Translocated Animals
The Malagasy language is generally considered part of the Barito languages of Borneo and these, in turn, have recently been linked to the Sama-Bajaw group. The dispersal of the Sama-Bajaw in the…
The Ịjọ element in Berbice Dutch
ABSTRACT Berbice Dutch is one of two recently rediscovered Dutch-based Creole languages spoken in Guyana. It is spoken in the county of Berbice, which corresponds to the former Dutch colony of…
A qualitative study on the socialization of beginning physical education teacher educators.
- K. Williamson
- Education, PsychologyResearch Quarterly for Exercise and Sport
- 1 June 1993
Describing the experiences of five female physical education teacher educators in their first positions as assistant professors in research oriented universities found clear criteria for job performance, collegial support and mentoring, and regular evaluation and feedback were cited by all participants as important factors for reducing stress and facilitating their roles as faculty.
AN OVERVIEW OF THE CONTEXT OF THE JEWEL PROJECT: ACCESS RIGHTS AND CONFLICT OVER COMMON POOL RESOURCES IN THE HADEJIA-NGURU WETLANDS
The Socialization Strategies of First-Year Physical Education Teachers: Conflict and Concessions
Socialization is the dominant theoretical perspective in which the work on beginning teachers in physical education is situated. Lawson (1983a, 1983b) emphasized that socialization is a life long…