• Qwert
    who experienced egoism. This study argues that anomie is an effect of egoism. The latter, a structural characteristic of modern agrarian economy and society, is the prerequisite for emergence of the former. he recent spate of farmer suicides in Indian states has become the core of research and policy...
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  • Prince
    worthy of study today.5 Our interested party will further learn that Ashby was an English psychiatrist. However, he probably will not learn that until 1972 Ashby held a long-standing professorship at the BCL. Among other things, such small details are what have led me to work on a preliminary short history...
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  • Grand Theorist
    skills. One example of this is the ‘Activities of living’ model which was developed by Nancy Roper, Winifred Logan and Alison Tierney (Roper et al. 1980) and arose from the findings of a research project carried out on the clinical experience of student nurses (Roper, 1976). This model was the first ...
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  • Social Change and Modernity
    mechanisms, processes, and directions of change. Likewise, we have excluded historically specific terms such as "late capitalism" and "industrial society" even though these concepts figure prominently in many of the contributions to this volume. The conference strategy called for a general statement...
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  • Narratology
    Narrative Full reference: Jahn, Manfred. 2005. Narratology: A Guide to the Theory of Narrative. English Department, University of Cologne. Version: 1.8. New in this version: Some modified definitions in N1; set of analytical question in N1.33; recent narratological literature (N2.1); hypothetical focalization...
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  • Economic Evaluation
    v Renewing Efforts in Project Evaluation: Workshop Summary David G. Davies 1. Evaluation and the New Development Agenda RobertPicciotto 2. On Training in Project Evaluation Henry Bruton 3. Reflections on Social Project Evaluation Arnold Harberger 4. Project Evaluation for the Next Decade Arnold Harberger...
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  • The Changing Roles of the Barbados Regiment Between 1979 and 1999
    the Barbados Regiment between 1979 and 1999, beginning with the history of the Barbados Regiment, the end of the era of the old Barbados Regiment, the new era of the Barbados Defence Force. TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgements iii Glossary iv Introduction 1 Chapter I: The Barbados Regiment 2 ...
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  • Guyana's Culture
    cultivated land has forty-nine miles of drainage canals and ditches and sixteen miles of high-level waterways. Demography. The population was 758,619 in 1980. It had declined to 723,800 in 1991, and an estimated 720,700 in 1996. In 1991, the population consisted of 49 percent Indians; 35 percent Africans;...
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  • Mr Fleur
    personally and perpetuate their rule indefinitely. CHANGING INTERPRETATIONS OF RECONSTRUCTION No new facts on Reconstruction have come to light in recent decades. Nonetheless, the interpretation of the period has changed 3 Murray N. Rothbard, “War, Peace, and the State,” in Egalitarianism as a Revolt...
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  • The Study Films on Chinese Ethnic Minority in 1980’s
    The Study Films on Chinese Ethnic Minority in 1980’s Abstract: Before the founding of New China on October 26, 1948, the Propaganda Department of Chinese Communist Party Central Committee announced that “ class society in film promotion, is a tool of class struggle, and not something else”. Film as...
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  • Civic Education in Divided Societies
    Misco 1 Ninth Berlin Roundtables on Transnationality CIVIC EDUCATION IN DIVIDED SOCIETIES Thomas Misco, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Social Studies Education School of Education, Health, and Society Miami University (OH), USA “The children don’t have any idea”: Building democratic habits through controversy...
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  • Genre : Audiovisual Notes
    Genre Genre as Repetition and Difference Film Genre, Image and Sound Film Genre and Narrative Film Genre, Industry and Audience Film Genre, Society and History Contemporary Film Genres and Postmodernism Summary 174 177 180 183 184 187 189 he use of genres within the film industry is so common...
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  • Capital Punishment
    expression of the will of the majority in a democratic society. The death penalty discourages murder by putting the fear of death into criminals. Capital punishment is therefore not a cruel and unusual punishment but a symbol of public authority. Then in 1972, the U.S. Supreme Court seemingly outlawed the death...
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  • Thanatology
    Urbanization in the World’’ (1955), ‘‘Colonial Expansion and Urban Diffusion in the Americas’’ (1960), ‘‘World Urbanization 1950–1970’’ (V. 1, 1969; V. 2, 1972), Cities: Their Origin, Growth, and Human Impact (1973), and ‘‘Asia’s Cities: Problems and Options’’ (1975). In the final years of his career at...
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  • Please
    they present a comprehensive history of the people, the stories, the events, and the issues of Civil Rights struggle in America, focusing on the period of American history from World War II to the present. College faculty in American history, African-American studies, sociology, political science...
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  • Technoogy Forecasting
    oriented toward profitability. That is, a technological capability or attribute can be forecast to be available at some time in the future, although society may not necessarily want or need the capability. Consider the process of technological innovation. Many factors influence the progress and direction...
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  • Bettle for Deposits
    deposit mobilizationin the Philippines view of recentgovernmentatin tempts to reduce the urban bias of financialdevelopment. The analysis covers the period of 1977-1986,a particularlyinteresting periodto study ruralfinancialdevelopments.The mid-1970srepresented thehighpointof government concernfor ruralfinance...
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  • Counselling
    analysts hold the aim to have been mistaken. Others believe it can and should be achieved, proposing that traditional metapsychology be replaced by a new conceptual framework utilizing modern concepts not available to Freud. Utilizing data obtained from current findings in developmental psychology based...
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  • Human Rights
    YOUTH CULTURE, MEDIA AND SOCIETY DR KATE ORTON-JOHNSON THURSDAY 11.10 –13.00 LECTURE HALL C DAVID HUME TOWER UNDERGRADUATE HANDBOOK YOUTH CULTURE, MEDIA AND SOCIETY ........................................................................................................ 1   COURSE OUTLINE ......
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  • Chaitali
    Consumer Protection in India Some Reflections S. S. SINGH Professor of Justice and Administration IIPA, New Delhi SAPNACHADAH Assistant Professor, Consultancy Project on Consumer Protection and Welfare IIPA, New Delhi INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION NEW DELHI Published under...
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