International Education Journal, 7 (5) 2006
Volume 7 Number 5 October 2006
To be fat or thin? Social representations of the body among adolescent female students in Brazil
Stenzel, L.M., Saha, L.J. and Guareschi, P.
Using regression analysis to establish the relationship between home environment and reading achievement: A case of Zimbabwe
Kanyongo, G.Y., Certo, J. and Launcelot, B.I.
What makes a difference between two schools? Teacher job satisfaction and educational outcomes
Why do they not talk? Towards an understanding of students' cross-cultural encounters from an individualism/collectivism perspective
Tan, J.K.L. and Goh, J.W.P.
Comparing university academic performances of HSC students at the three art-based faculties
Ismail, N.A. and Othman, A.
Private education as a policy tool in Turkey
Does increasing communication through visual learning environments enhance student perceptions of lecturers?
Individual and flexible: Working conditions in the practice of Swedish distance-based teacher education
Lindberg, J.O. and Olofsson, A.D.
State educational policy and curriculum: The case of Palestinian Arabs in Israel
Insisting on equity: A redistribution approach to education
Retention and academic achievement research revisited from a United States perspective
Successful pedagogies for an Australian multicultural classroom
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