Sara Beth Kimmel
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The authors hypothesized that gay men's experiences of minority stress and their conformity to masculine norms would be associated with increased body image dissatisfaction and masculine body ideal… Continue Reading
The study examines employment, income, motivations and barriers of adult learners, comparing results from a 2004-2005 study with results from a 2010 study of nontraditional students (age 25 and over)… Continue Reading
This paper describes the construction of the Masculine Body Ideal Distress Scale (MBIDS) and an initial study examining its psychometric properties. For the study, 154 mostly Caucasian and… Continue Reading
Cloud computing is transforming the accounting profession and gaining worldwide attention. According to Jeff Drew, senior editor covering technology for the Journal of Accountancy, cloud computing… Continue Reading
INTRODUCTION Much attention has been given to exploration of adult learners since the term andragogy was first used by Kapp in 1833 (Reichman, 2004) and coined by Knowles in describing self-directed… Continue Reading
The study compares the responses of 646 adult learners in degree programs from six institutions in the U.S. and Canada to determine statistically significant differences in motivations and barriers… Continue Reading
INTRODUCTION Too often educators implement alternative teaching strategies without attempt at an ex-post evaluation of the educational effectiveness of the new course of action (Nelson, 1999). Two… Continue Reading
This paper considers a potential entrant that cannot enter without paying an avoidable cost and cannot commit toi that until after incumbent firms have committed to their output.
This study examines the use of interpersonal power by women in elected political positions. Power relationships, access to power, and the way in which power is perceived and wielded, are heavily… Continue Reading