Leaders in Learning: Publications of Faculty & Staff

 King's College: 1998-1999



Barušs, I., and R. Moor. 1998. Beliefs About Consciousness and Reality of Participants at 'Tucson II'. Journal of Consciousness Studies 5 (4): 483-496.



Brodie, G.E. 1999. The Problematic Moral Arguments in the Sue Rodriguez Case. Life and Learning VIII: Proceedings of the Eighth University Faculty for Life Conference. University of Toronto: June 1998. Washington, DC: University Faculty for Life. 41-57.



Brouwer, R.C. 1999. Beyond 'Women's Work for Women': Dr. Florence Murray and the Practice and Teaching of Western in Korea 1921-1942. Challenging Professions: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Women's Professional Work. E. Smyth, S. Acker, P. Bourne, and A. Prentice. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press. 65-95.

Brouwer, R.C. 1998. Books for Africans: Margaret Wrong and the Gendering of African Writing, 1929-1963. The International Journal of African Historical Studies 31 (1): 53-71.



Brown, S.M. 1998. Mulieris Dignitatem: A New Perspective on the Image of God. Journal of Dharma XXIII (4): 501-516.



Clausius, C. 1998. De Paradox van de Mimesis: Spelen met Realisme in het Postmoderne Drama (The Paradox of Theatrical Mimesis in Postmodern Drama). De Spiegel Van Stendhal: Over de Weergave van de Werkelijkheid in Literatuur. B. van Heusden, and E. Jongeneel. Groningen: Historische Uitgeverij. 182-195. Dutch text.



Csiernik, R. 1998. An Integrated Model of Occupational Assistance. The Social Worker 66 (3): 37-47.



Fric, L. 1999. Evolution and Current State of the Canadian National Pension System and the Employment Insurance System. ISS Working Paper Series No. 21. Kyongsan, Korea: The Institute of Social Science Yeungnam University. 16 pp.



Gorassini, D.R. 1999. Hypnotic Responding: A Cognitive-Behavioral Analysis of Self-Deception (Chapter 3). Clinical Hypnosis and Self-Regulation Therapy: Cognitive Behavioral Perspectives. I. Kirsch, A. Capafons, E. Cardeña-Buelna, and S. Amigó. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. 73-103.

Gorassini, D.R., and N.P. Spanos. 1999. The Carleton Skill Training Program for Modifying Hypnotic Suggestibility: Original Version and Variations (Chapter 6). Clinical Hypnosis and Self-Regulation Therapy: Cognitive-Behavioral Perspective. I. Kirsch, A. Capafons, E. Cardeña-Buelna, and S. Amigó. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. 141-177.



Harman, L.D. 1999. Family Poverty and Economic Struggles (Chapter 6). Canadian Families: Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality. 2nd ed. N. Mandell, and A. Duffy. Toronto, ON: Harcourt, Brace and Co. 188-222.



Muir, D.W., D.E. Humphrey, and G.K. Humphrey. 1999. Pattern and Space Perception in Young Infants (Chapter 11). The Blackwell Reader in Developmental Psychology. A. Slater, and D.W. Muir. Oxford: Blackwell. 116-142.



Karley, M.L., A. Mantulak, and D. Parsons. 1999. The use of group process in the education of renal patients and families: A multi-centred collaborative approach. CANNT Journal 8 (4): 22-26.



Koski, R. 1998. Nègres blancs d'Amérique by Pierre Vallières: Feminist Reflections on the Historical Subject. International Journal of Francophone Studies 1 (3): 167-175.



McKenzie-Leiper, J. 1998. Women Lawyers and their Working Arrangements: Time Crunch, Stress and Career Paths. Canadian Journal of Law and Society 13 (2): 117-134.



Schmeiser, J.A. 1999. The References to the Holy Spirit in the Liturgies for Baptism in Children. Liturgical Ministry 8 (Winter): 13-21.



Skinner, N.F. 1999. When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going: Effects of Order of Item Difficulty on Multiple-Choice Test Performance. North American Journal of Psychology 1 (1): 79-82.



Mowat, B.A., and P. Werstine. (Editors).1999. Henry IV, Part 2, by William Shakespeare. New Folger Library Shakespeare. New York: Washington Square Press. xii, 338 pp.

Mowat, B.A., and P. Werstine. (Editors).1998. The Winter's Tale, by William Shakespeare. New Folger Library Shakespeare. New York: Washington Square Press. vi, 292 pp.

Werstine, P. 1998. Hypertext as Editorial Horizon. Shakespeare and the Twentieth Century: The Selected Proceedings of the International Shakespeare Association World Congress, Los Angeles, 1996. J. Bate, J.L. Levenson, and D. Mehl. London, UK: Associated University Presses. 248-257.

Werstine, P. 1998. "Is it upon record?" The Reduction of the History Play to History. New Ways of Looking at Old Texts, II. W.S. Hill. Tempe, Arizona: Medieval & Renaissance Texts and Studies. 71-82.

Werstine, P. 1999. Post-Theory Problems in Shakespeare Editing. Yearbook of English Studies, Vol. 29. A. Gurr. Leeds, England: W.S. Manley & Son. Ltd. 103-117.

Werstine, P. 1999. Shakespeare, More or Less: A.W. Pollard and Twentieth-Century Shakespeare Editing. Florilegium 16: 125-145.

Werstine, P. 1998. Touring and the Construction of Shakespeare Textual Criticism (Chapter 2). Textual Formations and Reformations. L.E. Maguire, and T.L. Berger. London, UK: Associated University Presses. 45-66.