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Migration regime and “language part of work”: Experiences of Syrian refugees as surplus population in the Turkish labor market
The literature on migration, language and employment is dominated by the human capital approach and promotes multilingualism as a universal good. This paper examines the relationship between language and work for migrants ...
Helping supervisees use their self in their clinical work: the person-of-the-therapist training model (POTT) in supervision
(Taylor & Francis, 2020-08)
Despite evidence of the importance of self-of-the-therapist factors for positive clinical outcomes, supervisors interested in helping their supervisees enhance their therapeutic effectiveness by honing their use of self ...
Parental involvement and children’s peer interactions
(Springer Nature, 2020-07)
Children require parental support to successfully develop social and academic skills during early years. We examined the link between parental involvement and preschool children's peer interactions. We recruited 442 children ...
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