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Aesthetics of Leadership  

Fenwick W. English and Rosemary Papa

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Jun 2020
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Education
Aesthetics of leadership pertain to leadership activities and actions in contemporary educational settings, expanded to include a range of human sensory experiences, from clothing and ... More

The African Presence in Central American History  

Robinson Herrera

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Jun 2020
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Latin American History
Far from monolithic, the seven Central American countries—Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama—each have unique cultural traditions and historical ... More

African Union and European Union Politics: The Veiled Account of Longstanding Interregional Relations  

Christopher Changwe Nshimbi

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Jun 2020
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Politics
Africa turned the corner of marginalization in international affairs at the beginning of the 21st century. The end of the Cold War and global shifts in power toward the end of the previous ... More

Agreement Morphology  

Patricia Cabredo Hofherr

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Jun 2020
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Linguistics
Agreement is defined as the systematic covariance of one element with another. The most uncontroversial agreement configuration is that between a controller—an element intrinsically ... More

An Emerging Framework for Inclusive Educational Leadership  

Michelle D. Young and Noelle W. Arnold

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Jun 2020
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Education
Ongoing shifts in demographics, knowledge, and expectations require continuous critical reflection on the leadership of K-12 schools. The models of school leadership offered in the past, ... More

Animal Communication  

Michael D. Beecher

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Jun 2020
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Psychology
Among Darwin’s brilliant ideas was his (1871) conception of animal communication signals as adaptive characteristics of a species. The idea was subsequently taken up by the ethologists of ... More

Anticipatory Governance of Climate Engineering  

Daniel Barben and Nils Matzner

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Jun 2020
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Climate Science
“Anticipatory governance” has gained recognition as an approach dedicated to shaping research and development early on, that is, long before technological applications become available or ... More

Appalachian War on Poverty and the Working Class  

Jessica Wilkerson

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Jun 2020
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
American History
In 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson announced an unconditional “war on poverty.” On one of his first publicity tours promoting his antipoverty legislation, he traveled to cities and towns ... More

Applying Metacognition and Self-Regulated Learning in the Classroom  

Anastasia Efklides and Panayiota Metallidou

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Jun 2020
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Education
Self-regulated learning (SRL) refers to students being responsible for their learning. It involves goal setting as well as regulation of cognition, emotions (affect), motivation, and ... More

Archival and Digital Sources on Unfree Labor in Northern Nigeria  

Mohammed Bashir Salau

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Jun 2020
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
African History
Unfree labor in Northern Nigeria is a subject of interest to an increasing number of scholars. The National Archives Kaduna (NAK) and other repositories in Northern Nigeria and elsewhere ... More

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