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Democratic regulation of social network platforms: possibilities of regulated self-regulation in Brazil
(Univ Federal Sergipe, 2021-09-01)
Motivated by the current deregulation and concentration of social networking platforms, discussions regarding regulatory proposals gained preponderance in the Brazilian and international public agenda. In this way, this ...
The role of interpersonal emotional regulation on maternal mental health
Purpose: Symptoms of depression and anxiety during the perinatal period have a negative impact on mothers and their developing children. A significant body of research has demonstrated an association between mental health ...
Theory of self- vs. Externally-regulated learning™: Fundamentals, evidence, and applicability
(Frontiers Media S.A., 2017)
Essential characteristics of state regulation of economy in terms of regulation of innovation
(Universidad del Zulia, 2019)
How do educational systems regulate the teaching profession and teachers’ work? A typological approach to institutional foundations and models of regulation
This cross-national study contributes to the comparative literature on institutional variations in the regulation of the teaching profession by developing a theoretical typology articulated around teacher education, labor ...
Regulation and informal settlements in Brazil: a quasi-experiment approach
This paper discusses the relation between urban norms and informality and presents some evidence for Brazil using a quasi-experimental approach. Using a theoretical framework that relates the supply of house elasticity ...
Children's Self-Regulation and School Achievement in Cultural Contexts: The Role of Maternal Restrictive Control
(Frontiers Media, 2016)
Self-regulation can be developed through parent-child interactions and has been related to developmental outcomes, e.g., such as educational achievement. This study examined cross-cultural differences and similarities in ...