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Vol. 2, No. 2, September 2014
Table of Contents
|The Evidence Debate for Behavioural Interventions for Autism|
|Brian Fennell, Karola Dillenburger||1-15|
|Construction of the Dispositions of Institutional habitus in the Academic Field|
|Luciana Massi, Alberto Villani||16-32|
|Elements of a Supportive Learning Environment for Mathematics Learners|
|Pragashni Padayachee, Hennie Boshoff, Ansie Harding, Hermien Johannes||33-49|
|South Korean Elementary Teachers’ Belief Structures in Teaching Mathematics|
|Reducing Book Piracy: The Role of the Higher Education Sector|
|Evelyn Chiyevo GARWE||72-82|
|The Administrative Empowerment and its Relationship with the Innovative Behavior among the Head / Coordinators of the Academic Department at the Faculty of Science and Arts, Sharurah - Najran University|
|Mohammad Qasim AL- Magableh, Abedalqader Mohammed Otoum||83-106|
|Theorising about the Reasons for Which Professors Innovate in a University Strongly Committed to Research|
|Anne M. Walder||107-124|
|Understanding Organizational Commitment and Satisfaction among Scout Volunteers|
|Yeni Rahmawati, Norhasni Zainal Abiddin, Ihsan Ro’is||125-134|
|An Empirical Study of Formative Assessment in College English Teaching|
|Personal Factors and Faculty Job Satisfaction in Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City|
|Evaluation Model for Baseball Players of National Team-Application of Fuzzy Multiple Criteria Decision Making|
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