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 60, No 1 (2014): Spring 2014

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Table of Contents

Editorial

AJER Issue 60.1 Spring 2014 Cover
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AJER Issue 60.1 Spring 2014 Front Matter
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AJER Issue 60.1 Spring 2014 Table of Contents
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ARTICLES

Tasha Riley
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1-21
Anne Mai Walder
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22-42
Cathlene Hillier
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43-61
Ibtissem Knouzi, Callie Mady
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62-80
Jamie Scott Pyper
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81-97
Hilmi Sungu, Abdurrahman Ilgan, Oksana Parylo, Mustafa Erdem
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98-118
Stuart Woodcock
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119-134
Celeste Bickley, Marian J. Rossiter, Marilyn L. Abbott
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135-160
Pamela Beach, Yiola Cleovoulou
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161-181
Jason Edgerton, Tracey Peter, Lance Roberts
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182-212

RESEARCH NOTES

Cathryn van Kessel, Kent den Heyer
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213-215
Lauryn Conway, Carlos Gomez-Garibello, Victoria Talwar
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216-220
Timothy Sibbald
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221-225

BOOK REVIEWS

Education in the Best Interests of the Child: A Children’s Rights Perspective on Closing the Achievement Gap (2013) by R. Brian Howe and Katherine Covell
A. R. Ruis
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226-228
Recent Perspectives on Early Childhood Education and Care in Canada (2012) Nina Howe and Larry Prochner, editors
Afshan Amjad
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229-233
The University of Toronto: A History, Second Edition (2013) by Martin L. Friedland
Chris Hyland
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234-236
What Adolescents Ought to Know: Sexual Health Texts in Early Twentieth-Century America (2011) by Jennifer Burek Pierce
Christina Hodel
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237-240
Youth, Education, and Marginality: Local and Global Expressions (2013) Kate Tilleczek and H. Bruce Ferguson, editors
Jeffrey Hankey
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241-244