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of the present research and purchased more sessions for math, as she hoped to improve her son's math scores further. The parents' (particularly the mother's) prominent role in the child's education was driven by their anxiety that their son would

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mentioned by Reed but also pertinent were parents' online chat groups that both raised anxieties and provided tutoring as a possible solution. Fourthly, Reed focused on examinations, especially those at the watershed ages 11, 16 and 18. Ireson and Rushforth

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The feeling of anxiety, boredom, and apathy is more prevalent in school than in the family or in the company of good friends (Olah, 1999). Positive psychology says that learning could be joyful and stress-free in schools. Seligman (2009) pointed out, that “well-being should be taught in school, even in three areas: to counterpoint depression, to gain life satisfaction as a means of self-development and to facilitate effective learning and creative thinking.” How these apply to the world of school? According to Olah (2004), the message of positive psychology to pedagogy is that by applying the principle of “burdening until it can be kept in flow,” education can become such a positive experience creating action, which could help to realize the process of knowledge assimilation and personal development. In this sense, education is the process of transmission of knowledge via love. This paper aims to provide a brief review research on black pedagogy (Hunyadyne et al., 2006), and point out those practices against it which proves that positive pedagogical practice could only mean positive alternative. The positive/white education is not just a dream. There are already existing good teaching practices, positive attitudes, and methods of teaching the joy of learning. The task is to find a further example and study these practices. The positive/white pedagogy as a new discipline relies on these achievements.

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well-being has been described as representing experiences of personal growth, mastery, and self-acceptance, which can be measured by such factors as self-esteem, positive and negative affect, vitality, depression, anxiety, and life satisfaction

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do you think about drinking?” “What do you think about drugs?” “What do you think about anxiety? How anxious do you feel on a 10-point scale?” “What do you think, how important is coping in life? How can you cope with the obstacles and problems on a

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( Millea et al., 2018 ). Scholarship is an advantage, given that the scholarship or grant money is not required to be repaid ( Toby, 2010 ). Scholarship is one of the obvious advantages of getting rid of economic and financial anxiety during the

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of a 5-year-long research project. Researchers found that hate crimes have substantial impacts that spread throughout targeted communities, such as anger, anxiety, feelings of threat and vulnerability, avoidance, security-related behaviors. In

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, stress or claustrophobia) or anxiety after a journey with a provenly infected patient (probing symptoms), or emotional shock do not fall under the term of bodily injury. For instance, the passenger, whose handbag containing medicine against panic attack

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, stress or claustrophobia) or anxiety after a journey with a provenly infected patient (probing symptoms), or emotional shock do not fall under the term of bodily injury. For instance, the passenger, whose handbag containing medicine against panic attack

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sharp fall in numbers of migrants traveling to the European Union (EU) in 2018, and the rise of New Right and Far Right parties entering coalition governments in Austria and Italy. Similarly, in the UK Brexit referendum of 2016 anxieties over high

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