Alberta Journal of Educational Research

The Alberta Journal of Educational Research (AJER) is a quarterly journal, published in Canada, devoted to the dissemination, criticism, interpretation, and encouragement of all forms of systematic enquiry into education and fields related to or associated with education.

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Vol 61, No 2 (2015): Summer

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Published on-line 8 February 2016

Table of Contents

Editorial

Issue 61.2 Cover
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Issue 61.2 Front Matter
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Issue 61.2 Table of Contents
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ARTICLES

Hasan Aydin, Stephen Lafer
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126-146
Janelle McFeetors
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147-165
Melanie D. Janzen, Jerome Cranston
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166-183
Maria Susy Rogers, Fayiz Mensher Aldhafeeri
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184-208
Tracy Jill Shields, Wayne Melville
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209-225
Catherine Hands, Katlyn Guzar, Anne Rodrigue
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226-242

BOOK REVIEWS

Active Bodies: A History of Women’s Physical Education in Twentieth-Century America (2012) by Martha Verbrugge
Jessica Dunkin
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243-246
The Benderly Boys and American Jewish Education (2011) by Jonathan B. Krasner
Sarah Manville West
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247-249
Women’s University Fiction, 1880-1945 (2014) by Anna Bogen
Jennifer Helgren
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250-254
A Storm Over This Court: Law, Politics, and Supreme Court Decision Making in Brown v. Board of Education (2013) by Jeffrey D. Hockett
Ian Rocksborough-Smith
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255-257
Aboriginal Oral Traditions: Theory, Practice, Ethics (2008) Renée Hulan and Renate Eigenbrod, editors
Madelaine Morrison
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258-260