209 Works

The Value of Strategic Mentorship in Park and Recreation agencies

Augustus W. Hallmon & Tyler N. Tapps

Language and Identities: The Impacts of Ideology on Identities, Focusing on Gender and Power

Claudia Ellard

Is Fanfiction Legitimate Literature?

Amy Pollard

How we Construct Identity

Claudia Ellard

Organic Architecture: A binary opposition between Frank Lloyd Wright and Santiago Calatrava

Eftychia Papanikolaou

Deconstructing Anthropocentrism in Animal Literature

Trang Dang

Interaction and Feedback: which techniques are used in nurseries to enhance language development?

Paige Wallace

Biophilia: The Importance of Integrating Wild Nature into Contemporary Cities

Joanna Moloney

China in Africa

Alexandre Lopez

Emotive Architecture: Our House, in the Middle of Our Street

Reuben Truman

The nutritional value of UK commercial ready meals

Beth Santry

A God Above, A God Within: Finding the balance between transcendence and immanence in contemporary churches

Bethany Stewart

The experiences of siblings of hospitalised children: an integrative literature review

Kathryn Leigh Summerton

Insight events in coaching sessions

Iain Lightfoot

Editorial

Ioanna Iordanou

The Integration of Research in the Higher Education Curriculum: A Systematic Review

Didi Griffioen, Aron Groen & Jason Nak

Interview with Eugene Ratz: Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre's Veterans' Poetry Workshop Project

Eugene Ratz & Niall Munro

Interview with John Thampi: Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre's Veterans' Poetry Workshop Project

John Thampi & Niall Munro

What happens in group supervision? Exploring current practice in Australia

Paul Lawrence
This article presents qualitative findings from a study of seven group coaching supervisors and 57 coaches participating in those groups. The purpose of the research was to further explore why people seek group supervision, what benefits they derive, and how group supervision works. Supervisors and coaches recognised the role of the supervisor in bringing together the right mix of coaches, in establishing and maintaining a clear working agreement, managing a clear process, and role modelling...

Migrant mentoring to work: defining an old-but-innovative instrument

Peter De Cuyper, Hanne Vandermeerschen & Damini Purkayastha
Despite numerous labour market interventions to address the large unemployment gap, migrants struggle to find work in their host societies. In an effort to address this, an alternative and innovative intervention is ‘mentoring to work’. This paper attempts to create a sense of conceptual clarity on mentoring to work by delineating a clear definition of the field and its scope as a policy tool for migrant employment. This concept analysis is based on scientific literature...

Communication Modalities and their Perceived Effectiveness in Coaching for Individuals with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Elizabeth Ahmann & Micah Saviet
Coaching for individuals with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), an emerging coaching subspecialty, has demonstrated efficacy both as a stand alone behavioral support and as part of multimodal interventions. Little research to date has examined processes involved in ADHD coaching. This mixed-methods study: (1) reviewed extant literature on ADHD coaching outcomes for coaching communication modalities used; and (2) surveyed ADHD coaches to explore (a) frequency of use and perceived efficacy of varied modalities and (b) coaches' views...

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