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Go west: urbanism, mobility, and ingenuity in western Canadian writing and everyday practice
In early criticism of Western Canadian literature, prairie spaces were constructed as predominantly rural in order to set the region and prairie writing apart from the rest of Canada and other Canadian literature. In time, ...
Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal mothers’ views on language acquisition
Language development is central to how children learn and participate within their environment and specific cultural milieu. There is little information available on the process of language acquisition for Aboriginal ...
Rapid Creek, Darwin, Australia: recollecting place
Recollecting Place is the product of an experiential approach to Landscape Architecture. It is at once the re-telling of a place that is expected to be quite foreign to the reader as well as an examination of the method ...