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Introduction: On The Spatiality Of Creativity, Peter Meusburger, Joachim Funke, Edgar Wunder Dec 2008

Introduction: On The Spatiality Of Creativity, Peter Meusburger, Joachim Funke, Edgar Wunder

Joachim Funke

The concept of creativity used to be seen entirely as an entity depending on the faculties of individuals. Research on creativity in psychology, philosophy, and art criticism focused on the attributes of geniuses, gifted persons, creative artists and scientists, and creative performance and problem-solving. Eventually, researchers acknowledged that the creative scientist or artist does not work in a social, cultural, and economic vacuum. l t was accepted that creative individuals are inspired or impeded by societal and organizational structures and that they depend on evaluators, audiences, and research infrastructure. lt was recognized that such people may meet with incomprehension, competition ...


The Status And Evolution Of Laws And Policies Regulating Privately Owned Tigers In The United States, Philip J. Nyhus, Michael Ambrogi, Caitlin Dufraine, Alan Shoemaker, Ronald L. Tilson Dec 2008

The Status And Evolution Of Laws And Policies Regulating Privately Owned Tigers In The United States, Philip J. Nyhus, Michael Ambrogi, Caitlin Dufraine, Alan Shoemaker, Ronald L. Tilson

Philip J. Nyhus

No abstract provided.


Sense Of Place In The Daily Newspaper, Carrie Buchanan Dec 2008

Sense Of Place In The Daily Newspaper, Carrie Buchanan

Carrie Buchanan

The daily newspaper in North America has long been a locally based medium, which offers an opportunity to media geographers to explore concepts of place and locality, and how they have changed over time. This article explores how newspapers create a sense of place about the locality they serve. It reviews some of the major geographic theories of place and the local, as well as the work of communications scholars on how newspapers construct reality in their pages. It applies these ideas to the notion that newspapers construct a sense of place, using both the form and the content of ...


Landscape Perception, Karen M. Morin Dec 2008

Landscape Perception, Karen M. Morin

Karen M. Morin

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Seminario On-Line Para Los Ta's De Español, Maria Eugenia De Luna Villalón, Ana María García-Allén Dec 2008

Seminario On-Line Para Los Ta's De Español, Maria Eugenia De Luna Villalón, Ana María García-Allén

Maria Eugenia De Luna Villalón

The main objective of this work is to give University students in a Canadian University the best learning experience as second language learners. For that reason, it is essential to introduce Graduate Teaching Assistants (TAs) to their duties as Second Language Instructors before they begin their teaching role. In Canadian Universities the TA’s role, in Languages Departments, is to teach a second language course as instructors at the beginner and intermediate levels. It is a great challenge for Graduate Students to face the responsibility of teaching at the University level in a Canadian environment. Most TAs come directly to ...