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A Sub-Culture of Delinquency: Factors That Motivate Students of Form 3H to Join a Delinquent Sub-Culture in Pine Hill Secondary School
This study, which was based on the theoretical framework of Cohen’s sub-culture of delinquency, investigated the factors that motivated four male Form 3 students to join a delinquent sub-culture at a secondary school in ...
The Impact of Teacher Gender and Teachers’ Teaching Style on Male Form Four and Form Five Biology Students’ Achievement Motivation and Academic Achievement at a Secondary School in Trinidad and Tobago
This mixed-method study examined the effect of teacher gender and teacher instructional style on male Form 4 and Form 5 Biology students at a secondary school in Trinidad and Tobago. Data were obtained through interviews ...
Transfer and transitioning: Students’ experiences in a secondary school in Trinidad and Tobago
(School of Education, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, 2016)
In Trinidad and Tobago, parents, teachers, and students use several factors in selecting a secondary school of their choice. However, not all students are given their first choice of school. In an attempt to ensure the ...
Relationship between anxiety and chronic orofacial pain of temporomandibular disorder in a group of university students
Purpose: This study evaluated the relationship between anxiety levels and severity degrees of chronic orofacial pain of temporomandibular disorder in brazilian university students. Methods: 150 volunteers (117 men and 33 ...