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In: The Dragon and the Iron Horse

, rules protective of labor increase the expectation of litigation success among other- wise resource-constrained parties, narrowing the suits actually brought to action to those that are close to the standard of labor legislations. The theory implies that workers in labor actions are more likely to win

In: Philippine Political Science Journal

campaign periods, useful points of entry are agenda setting, priming, and framing theory, often used in communication studies and political communication. While this article does not aim to present a theoretical account in pinpointing the type of priming model 5 that the candidates employ for maximum

In: International Journal of Taiwan Studies

health needs despite some community-level intervention (Vaughan et al. 2020) and municipal-level malaria control programs do not function optimally, which highlight the persistent administrative conflict between the national and local governments (Espino, Beltran, and Carisma 2004). Although there is a

In: Philippine Political Science Journal

learning theories, the research on children’s early literacy development, and the sociopolitical context with gave rise to the intervention movement, will be reviewed with respect to their impact on current models of family literacy programs. The research on program evaluation is also considered, and is

In: Frontiers of Education in China

the characteristics of regional higher education systems and in university governance within these systems. 4 There is growing acceptance of the relativity of such systems and the ways they are shaped by regional cultures and, specifically, by changing theories of government and the role of the State

In: International Journal of Chinese Education