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Tethering Natural Capital and Cultural Capital for a More Sustainable Post-COVID-19 World
The world faced stark challenges during the global pandemic caused by COVID-19. Large forces such as climate change, cultural ethnocentrism and racism, and increasing wealth inequality continue to ripple through communities ...
Surveilling and Spying on Romantic Partners in the United States: The Influence of Perceived Maternal Rejection and Psychological Maladjustment
(Universal Wiser, 2021)
According to interpersonal acceptance-rejection theory (IPARTheory), people who perceive rejection by important others experience more psychological maladjustment than those who do not perceive rejection. ...
Guatemalan Teenagers’ Hopes and Dreams: A Qualitative Study of Drawings and Characteristics of Future Selves
Utilizing adolescents' drawings in order to investigate their perceptions of self has a long history in psychology. The methodological approach is particularly useful in places, such as Guatemala, where the population may ...
Harmful, Helpful, or Both? A Commentary on Postmodernism and Critical Theories in Community Development Education
(Taylor & Francis, 2022)
In this relatively informal commentary, I discuss both the potentially helpful and harmful roles that postmodernism and critical theories (e.g., critical race theory, critical sexuality theory) have in academia in general ...
Historical Context of Primary Education (Guatemala)
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in Secondary Education (Guatemala)
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in Primary Education (Guatemala)
Historical Context of Secondary Education (Guatemala)