• Social Capital
    social environment that influence their health”[xi]. Wilkinson suggested the same kind of ideas[xii], i.e. ill health might be the consequences of the negative emotions such as anxiety, stress, low self-esteem, …But on the other hand, Lynch et al eventually suggested in the same article that “an...
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  • An Agha
    escorts us through the lives and relationships of three main characters. Lin Kong is a highly literate medical-school-educated physician who was born in a rural village. From adolescence he has been educated away from home; his career is in an army hospital in Muji, a city some distance from his...
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  • On the Broadening Scope of the Research on Projects: a Review and a Model for Analysis
    , we have witnessed an increased interest in the research on projects and project management. The aim of this article is to review, classify and analyze the recent contributions within the field. This paper is based on two sets of data: (1) projectrelated research published in major management and...
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  • Jeremy Lin
    released an article titled “Amasian!”, which was not perceived to be offensive or racist by many peoples, because Asian is not by any means an offence term. As time progressed so did the offensive news articles and names given to the successful athlete. Lin was deemed ‘Super-Lintendo’ and ‘The...
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  • 1.Shopping and Tourist Night Markets in Taiwan
    ARTICLE IN PRESS Tourism Management 27 (2006) 138–145 www.elsevier.com/locate/tourman Shopping and Tourist Night Markets in Taiwan An-Tien Hsieha, Janet Changb,Ã b School of Management, Da-Yeh University, Chang-hua, Taiwan Department and Graduate School of Tourism Management, Chinese...
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    ultimately calls for a larger role for historical and philosophical approaches to public administration, noting that empirical methods are limited in their ability to provide a comprehensive body of knowledge. Earlier critiques of public administration dissertations and journal articles also contend that...
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  • Coffee, Tea, or Opium
    not expect them to fight them with arms. By doing this Lin believed that they would be able to reach their fruition on the fight against opium. The authors conclusion to this article is that in 1839, Lin had 20,000 chests of opium disposed of. This did not prove to be affective for China though...
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  • China Thru Literature
    and struggles many faced are also detailed in other articles such as “The True Story of Ah Q” by Lu Xun, in addition to “The Art of Living” and “ The Way Out” by Lin Yutung.” Many of these characters are in battles, some against society and some against themselves. The represent the people of china...
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  • Chinese History
    Readjustment and Recovery, 1961-65 Cultural Revolution Decade, 1966-76 s Militant Phase, 1966-68 s Ninth National Party Congress to the Demise of Lin Biao, 1969-71 s End of the Era of Mao Zedong, 1972-76 Post-Mao Period, 1976-78 China and the Four Modernizations, 1979-82 Reforms, 1980-88 q References...
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  • Relationship Between Tourism and Cultural Heritage Management: Evidence from Hong Kong
    ARTICLE IN PRESS Tourism Management 26 (2005) 539–548 Relationship between tourism and cultural heritage management: evidence from Hong Kong$ Bob McKerchera,*, Pamela S. Y. Hoa, Hilary du Crosb b a School of Hotel and Tourism Management, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom...
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  • The Red Book and the Power Structure of Communist China
    Zedong was published. On the occasion of it being sold to the public Lin Biao wrote an article calling upon all people in the military to read and study the works of Chairman Mao and dedicate to memory Mao Zedong Thought (Yan and Gao, 1996: 183). On April 1964 Lin Biao direct the military...
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  • Waiting, by Ha Jin
    and capable when Shuyu was still his support at home (303-306). Jeffrey Kinkley, the critic from World Literature Today, also inscribes his approbation about Jin’s Waiting. In Kinkley’s article, he notes the most remarkable element in Jin’s book is the “absurd impasses”— the main character, Lin...
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  • John
    holding Mao books increased from just a trickle prior to 1967 to almost fifty percent of all at the Height of the Cultural Revolution. Along with this upward trend in the number of Mao books was an increasing number of flattering articles about Lin Biao. One article in 1968 called him both a valiant...
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  • the impact of intellectual capital on firms market value
    Radhakrishnan, 2003; Lev and Zarowin, 1999; Lev, 2001; Ruta, 2009; Yang and Lin, 2009). Additionally, it is believed that the limitations of financial statements in precisely explaining firm value reveal the fact that, nowadays, the source of economic value is the creation of IC and no longer the...
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  • Why Computer Scientists Should Care About Cybersecurity?
    Lin, H. (2012). Why computer scientists should care about cyber conflict and U.S. national security policy. Communications of the ACM; Vol. 55 Issue 6, p41-43, 3p. DOI: 10.1145/2184319.2184334 This article discusses why computer scientists should be aware of cyberconflict and U.S. National...
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  • Linsanity
    NBA”. The Knicks fans started to develop nicknames for him with using just his last name Lin. Most popular was the word “Linsanity”, which was the excitement over the unheard-of Jeremy Lin. Lin got lots of articles written about him with the heading Linsanity. Time.com had an article titled “It’s...
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  • Pr and Event Management
    . Hence, as McDonalds’ are being the world largest user of beefs (Lin, 2012) and be known for its beef and pork burger (Kaimal, 2009), the amount of vegetarians and Pakistan’s cow-sacred culture will definitely bring a big obstacle to the organization. Another threat for McDonalds’ is its...
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  • W12 3rg
    ), Verso una nuova etica del Commercio Internazionale? WTO e EU, Il Mulino, Bologna, p.80. See also : G. Kapterian, “A critique of the WTO jurisprudence on necessity”, International and Comparative Law Quarterly 59(1) (2010): 89-127. 2 B. Shuming, L. Shualing and Z. Changwen (2006), The Chinese Economy...
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  • Making Decisions Based on Demand and Forecasting
    tobacco product marketing, it may be practical to use dummy variables rather than expenditure data to control for their influence. Researchers confronted with data availability problems use other approaches besides dummy variables. For example, Hsieh, Hu, and Lin (1999) used the...
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  • Zoology
    -fulfilling prophecies? Decentralization, inner city decline and the quality of urban life’. JAPA 58: 509-13. (Chosen as the Best Feature Article in the JAPA for 1992). Breheny, Michael (1995) ‘The compact city and transport energy consumption’. TIBG NS 20: 81-101. Breheny, Michael (1997...
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