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Forces shaping the academic success of minority undergraduate students, including socioeconomic status, campus climate, racial identity, and mass media influence
AIDS, "edutainment" and youth sexual agency: A case study of the Femina-Health Information Project in Tanzanian secondary schools
Practicing teachers and Web 2.0 technologies: Possibilities for transformative learning
Exploring HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infection risk, disease transmission knowledge, parental influence, and cultural stigma for young Haitian women via internet-based focus groups and interviews
Teenagers and media, "it's just life": Pedagogical possibilities in collaborative research with youth
An Internet based evaluation of an HIV/AIDS and STD prevention website adapted to meet the needs of Haitian women: Ascertaining knowledge, attitudes, stage of change, and self-efficacy to permit further tailoring of the website
Informal educational practices with computers in Almora, India
Our space: Researching literacies and identities in and across classroom and online spaces
How do fan/viewers use paranormal reality television and associated media to interpret death and the afterlife?
Seriously funny: "The Daily Show", public deliberation, and pedagogy
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