more This is my first Ph D Dissertation that aimed to investigate HIV primary prevention among young Brazilian men living in Canada From 2009 to 2013 I investigated this population vulnerability, comparing it with their peers who remained in Brazil.
I interviewed thirteen respondents residents of the city of Toronto for at least 5 years as follows: six self-declared heterosexual and seven self-declared exclusively gay men.
They draw on cultural, geographical and ideological positions shaped by their locations in the South.
Thus, in offering these considerations of practice-led research, we propose that we might learn ‘from’ rather ‘about’ emerging scholarship that generates knowledge beyond the emphases of the Global North.
The complicated history of the Republic of Latvia with its various periods of political regimes and economic development has influenced the complex procedure of the organising of competitions.
In the context of Latvian architecture history, competitions are a part of the theory of architecture and the common intellectual heritage, which is an important indicator of social and economic processes, as well as a policy instrument.
Competition, as a comparison of skills, talents and mastery by striving to surpass others and achieve better results, exists in all fields.
In architecture, one of the forms of such contest is the practice of competitions. more Competition, as a comparison of skills, talents and mastery by striving to surpass others and achieve better results, exists in all fields.
Academics without Ph Ds are common in developing countries and among lecturers from marginalised communities, yet the literature on doctoral education largely ignores them.
This qualitative study aimed to address that gap by interviewing...