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Moving Outside of the Hermit Kingdom: Policies & Programs that Aid North Korean Adolescent Refugees in South Korean Alternative High Schools
Currently, there are over 20,000 North Korean refugees in South Korea with at least 2,000 entering each year. North Koreans hope to experience freedom and comfort in their new home but tend to find only poverty ...
Inside View: A Comparison of United States and South Korean Students’ Perspectives on Their High School Experiences
The perspectives of Korean and American high school students were compared to consider the effects of different education systems and policies on their high school experiences. Twenty-one students from South Korea and ...
Barriers to Health Engagement for Emerging Adults in Postsecondary Institutions of Durham, North Carolina
The goal of this research project was to identify trends of and barriers to health engagement for emerging adults in postsecondary institutions. The motivation for studying health engagement—which includes all actions taken ...
The Pro-Choice Republican's Political Right to Life
Abortion has evolved into a highly partisan issue that now defines both the Republican and Democratic parties. Though it remains a salient political issue, it is unclear how abortion affects vote choice in contemporary elections. ...
Schools’ Role in Shaping Youth Collective Memory of Conflict and Experiences of Sectarianism in Lebanon
This study analyzes Lebanese and Palestinian youths’ memories of sectarian conflict, their sources of knowledge, and how their memories shape their experiences of current sectarian divides. From 1975 until 1990, Lebanon ...
Tackling the NFL: An analysis of the role of the government in workplace safety
This research analyzes how the federal government can play a role in solving the concussion crisis in the National Football League (NFL). The government has intervened in private sector industries in the past on the grounds ...