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Human rights education: reflections on theory and practice
(Centre for Global Education, 2012)
A quantitative and qualitative inquiry into the relationship between self-esteem and coping processes of university students
(Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, 2011)
University life brings with it many stressful events, which place varying demands on students. During this time many students leave home for the first time, have a new found social life, a parttime job and also have to ...
"I want them to have a good education" : The "New Irish" parents and the primary school system
Just over one in 10 primary school age children in Ireland are first-generation immigrants (Department of Education and Skills [DES] 2018a). An even larger number of Irish primary school pupils have at least one immigrant ...
Education in West Africa as a contested space between global politics and local cultures: an exploration through critical discourse analysis
This research contributes to the discourse on resolving some of the challenges facing contemporary education-formal schooling across West Africa, particularly the challenge of resentment toward formal schooling in the ...
Experiences of post-primary school communities transitioning to a settings-base for mental health and wellbeing promotion: the impact of policy on context, competition and care
This multi-case case study explores the experiences of post-primary school communities as they transition to a mental health and wellbeing promotion model. The research study includes the voices of students, principals, ...