Volume 2015 No. 2

Vol 2015 no 2

Critical Issues

A School Based Intervention for Combating Food Insecurity and Promoting Healthy Nutrition in a Developed Country Undergoing Economic Crisis:  A Qualitative Study
Dalma A, Institute of Preventive Medicine Environmental and Occupational Health, Athens, Greece
Redemption and Human Trafficking:  The Role of the Church in Addressing the Modern Slave Trade
Michael Fletcher, Senior Pastor, Manna Church, Daid Choi, Professor of Leadership, Grace College of Divinity
Higher Education Plays Critical Role in Society:  More Women Leaders Can Make a Difference
Leah Jackson Teague, JD, Associate Dean and Professor of Law, Baylor University School of Law
Deferred Prosecution and Corporate Criminal Prosecution:  A Comparative Analysis
Walter P. Loughlin, K&L Gates LLP
Ebola Outbreak, Discourse and Policy
Dr. Chinyere Ogbonna-McGruder, Austin Peay State University, Professor, Public Management
Exploring Ethics with Contemporary Communications
Joyce G. Webb, Harbin Institute of Technology Graduate School, Shenzhen, China

Childhood Education and Issues

Teaching Through Narrative
Fraser Douglas Hannam, Charlton Christian College, Director of Teaching and Learning, Australia
Teaching Content Area Literacy in Informal Learning Environment
Heather A. Kenny, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Edinboro University, Department of Early Childhood and Reading, United States
Digital decisions:  Educators, caregivers and parents must be well informed when making decisions about children’s use of technology and media
Stephanie Puckett Pepper, Assistant Professor, Arkansas Tech University
Global Initiatives for Early Childhood Care and Education:  Global Guidelines and Global Guidelines Assessment
Mary Barbara Trube, Professor, Ohio University-Chillicothe, Ohio, United States
Global Guidelines and Global Guidelines Assessment
Manifestations of Namibian Boy’s Underachievement in Education
Prof. Roderick F. Zimba, Professor of Education, University of Namibia
Conceptions of Childhood in the Educational Philosophies of John Locke and John Dewey
Gregory Lewis Bynum, Associate Professor, School of Education, SUNY New Paltz


Violence and Women’s Human Rights Violations:  The Case of Honor Killings, Wartime Sexual Violence Against Women and Sex Trafficking in parts of Asia, Africa and the Middle East
Shaheen Ayubi, Ph.D, Lecturer, Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey, United States and Bradley J. Honsinger, 4 year Baccalaureate Senior, Rutgers University, Camden Honors College
Medieval Japanese Empresses and their role in spreading Buddhism in Japan in VI-VII cc.
Elena Lepekhova, Doctor of Philosophy, Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow
Nocturnal History of our Lady of the Slash-Knife, Brazil
John C. Dawsey, University of São Paulo, Brazil
Strategic Silences:  Theorising 19th Century Slavery and Sexual Desire in the Central Sudan
Hauwa Mahdi, Academic/Lecturer, School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Catholic Church in Poland in the Face of Modernity (Discourse Analysis)
Marzena Makuchowska, Opole University (Poland), Assistant Professor Faculty of Philology, Poland
Russia, Dugin, and Traditionalism in Poitics:
Political and Theological Placement of The Fourth Political Theory

John Cody Mosbey, The University of Dublin, Trinity College