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    Our results highlight the negative consequences of stroke on both the physical and mental dimensions of HRQoL as assessed using the SF-12. Moreover, we must emphasize that quality of life is lower in stroke survivors than in the general population, regardless of type of stroke (Haley et al., 2011; Monteagudo-Piqueras, et al., 2007; Schmidt et al., 2012; Vilagut et al., 2008). Most of the studies we reviewed evaluate HRQoL beginning at the time of stroke (Castellanos-Pinedo et al., 2012; Haacke et

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    The Sabaleta Brycon henni (Eigenmann 1913) is a native and endemic species of the Andean region of Colombia (Montoya -Lopez et al. 2006) that belongs to the Bryconidae family, Characiformes order. Like the most of the species of the Bryconinae family, B. henni has great potential for human consumption, sport fishing and fish farming (Hilsdorf et al. 2008). B. henni prefer strong currents rivers with clear and turbulent waters, hard substrates composed of rocks and gravel (Maldonado-Ocampo et al.

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    Literature Review Since the 1960s, a large body of marketing research has documented the pervasive impact of word-of-mouth on consumer attitudes and behavior (Bansal & Voyer, 2000; Bone, 1995; Buttle, 1998; Herr et al., 1991; Laczniak, DeCarlo, & Ramaswani, 2001; Smith & Vogt, 1995; Wirtz & Chew, 2002). Word of mouth (WOM) communication is recognized as an important medium for influencing consumer behavior (Arndt, 1967). Consumers generally have greater tendency to be exposed to marketer-dominated

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    The partnership model The partnership model is an approach to service delivery in which the establishment of positive clinician-family relationships and providing opportunity for family participation is considered key to successful intervention (Watts Pappas, Mcleod, & McAllister, 2009). In the past, traditional models have viewed the clinician as the expert, and the client as a passive recipient of a service (Watts Pappas et al., 2009). In such models parents are provided minimal roles in the intervention

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    1.0 Introduction The business environment nowadays has grew diversely from time to time, especially caused by the impacts of globalization. This kinds of environment not only included the private sector, but the public sector as well, required human resource management ('HRM') as part of the management tool to allocate, to control and to manage the manpower within workplace processes. Hence, for the purpose to guide the labour forces, certain standards of law regime and statutory procedures have

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    This literacy review aims to discuss why it is important for teachers to maintain responsive and reciprocal relationships with the parents and whānau of their students. The three articles that will be reviewed and synthesised are Collaborating with Parents/Caregivers and Whānau (Fraser, 2005), Successful Home-School Partnerships: Report to the Ministry of Education (Bull, Brooking & Campbell, 2008) and Strengthening Responsive and Reciprocal Relationships in a Whānau Tangata Centre: An action research

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    Teaching

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    Thus suggesting practitioners should embrace and accept the approach enabling them to “adopt learning strategies that embed the acquisition of knowledge and skills into meaningful context” (Macleod-Brudenell and Kay, 2008, p.311). Moss and Petrie (2002) support this concept by stating “pedagogy can be used to refer to whole domain of social responsibility for children, for their well-being, learning and competence” (p.138). Pugh and Duffy (2006) suggest a pedagogue is the one who leads and educates

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    Bullying is a serious occurrence that is plaguing youth all over the globe. Bullying, a form of aggression, can be experienced in four forms: physical, verbal, social or cyber (Oh & Hazler, 2009; Trach, Hymel, Waterhouse & Neale, 2010). However, all bullying is composed of three specific concepts—causing their victims harm, possessing greater power then their victims and repetition (Oh & Hazler, 2009). Read into the definition of “bullying” and one would simply identify a bully and a victim yet

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    Into the Wild Timeline

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    May 12, 1990: Christopher McCandless graduates from Emory University with honors. He tells his parents he is going to spend the summer in his Datsun driving around the country. June 1990: Chris mails his final transcript to his parents and a short letter. This will be the last time they hear from him. July 6, 1990: At Lake Mead National Recreation Area in Nevada. July 10, 1990: Leaves his car on the side of the road after a flash flood. He gathers a backpack of items and sets out on foot. July–August

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    THE CHALLENGES COLLEGE STUDENTS FACE TODAY

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    What are the challenges college students are facing today? Students are under a lot of pressure these days because of budget cuts in education, rising tuition costs, dwindling Federal Student Loans, hard to obtain private student loans, and to make matters worse, high unemployment graduate numbers. Today's college students are having to change their anticipated day of graduation, because California's educational system has been hit with a massive budget crisis. This set back has led

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