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Research outputs: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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2012 Looking beyond the gap of African American students' performance: states test and text book driven curriculum unskill mathematics teachers

African American students' mathematics poor performance has historical origins of oppression that has been strengthened by lack of implement...

2010 Skeletons at the feast: a review of street homelessness in South Africa and other world regions

Homelessness on the streets has been of concern to governments and civil society for hundreds of years, and the number of homeless tends to ...

2005 Book review: Farah, D. 2004. Blood from stones: the secret financial network of terror

In the aftermath of 9/11, President Bush froze all terrorist assets in traditional financial institutions and money channels. But Al Qaeda a...

2004 Attitudes towards HIV-antibody testing and people with AIDS among university students in India, South Africa and United States

Stigmatizing attitudes toward persons with AIDS (PWAs) may reduce people's willingness to have themselves tested for Human Immunodeficiency ...