• Possibilities of Counter-Culture: Dissemination of Localities
    “social” is a dissipative assemblage. As such, the “society of spite” serves as an image of a society that cannot exist and spite (radical or suicidal nihilism) as an image of the (self) destruction of the “social.” Spite, in short, is an affect without society. Bülent Diken 1 It is impossible to find a...
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  • Odernization Theory and Women's Political Representation
     Duong 1    Modernization Theory and Women’s Political Representation: A Case Study of Vietnam By Cathy Duong Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements For the degree of Masters of Globalization and International Development (M.A) in The Faculty of Graduate Studies University...
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  • AP World History Unit 1 notes
    addressed in the Foundations time period are: Environmental and periodization issues Early development in agriculture and technology Basic cultural, political, and social features of early civilizations: Mesopotamia, Egypt, Indus Valley, Shang China, and Meso/South America The rise and fall of classical...
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  • Yuyuiuyi
    The Plural Society and Consociational Democracy Theory: Malaysia’s Case M. Sami DENKER* Abstract: In this study, we try to examine the views and points on “The Plural Society and Consociational Democracy Theory”. Although, A. Lijphart’s assertions about “The Plural Society and Consociational Democracy...
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  • Justiciability of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
    JUSTICIABILITY OF ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS Content I. Introduction II. Conceptual Barriers of Judicial Enforcement A. Nature of State Obligations B. Separation of Powers III. Practical Issues A. Complexity of...
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  • The Importance of Demography to Development
    Sociology is the science or study of the origin, development, organization, and functioning of human society; the science of the fundamental laws of social relationships, institutions, etc. It generally concerns itself with the social rules and processes that bind and separate people not only as individuals...
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  • Postmodernity
    (July 2010) RUEL FLORES Paradigm Shifts in Extension Paradigms represent achievement of human thinking. Paradigms are thus dynamic. One paradigm does not hold true for all eternity. As the world constantly changes, so do paradigms. In other words, as Thomas Kuhn (1962) put it, paradigms shift. It...
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  • Political Economy
    prosperity and military security of the state. 3. In particular, it demands a positive balance of trade. Mercantilism dominated Western European economic policy and discourse from the 16th to late-18th centuries. Mercantilism was a cause of frequent European wars in that time and motivated colonial...
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  • Global Economic Crisis
    GLOBAL ECONOMIC CRISIS A CHALLENGE TO ACCOUNTING PROFESSION By SHEHU USMAN HASSAN Department of Accounting Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. 08067766435, 08057777085 Shehu.hassanus.usman@gmail.com A paper presented at International Conference with the theme: Global Financial Crises and...
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  • Comparative and International Corporate Governance
    reproduction, re-distribution, re-selling, loan or sub-licensing, systematic supply or distribution in any form to anyone is expressly forbidden. The publisher does not give any warranty express or implied or make any representation that the contents will be complete or accurate or up to date. The accuracy of any...
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  • Chapter 1-3 Notes
    Chapter 1 Outline I. Opening Vignette   A.  The Hazda of Tanzania are one of the last gathering and hunting societies onearth.   1.  likely to disappear soon
2.  will mark the end of what was universal human existence until 10,000–12,000 years ago B. For 95 percent of human history, the means of...
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  • changing social structure and mobility
    INDIAN SOCIETY PART II FAMILY, MARRIAGE 15 PART III RELIGIONS, CASTE AND CLASS IN INDIA 38 PART IV EDUCATION AND ECONOMY IN INDIAN SOCIETY 73 PART 1: FEATURES OF INDIAN SOCIETY ...
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  • Therole of the Police
    shortest definition of any institution’s role in society, and the same applies to the military and police. It means dealing with pressing problems. The pressing problems of the 21st century are perennial problems, but now those threats are our own created monsters: terrorism, which has almost replaced...
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  • Art in Detail...
    through the following article. Types of Art A broad/rough classification of visual arts, categorizes them into painting, drawing, sculpting, architecture, printmaking, ceramics, photography, collage, digital graphics, film-making, etc. Earlier, the handicrafts and applied arts were not included in...
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  • Modernization
    processes of transformation from traditional or underdeveloped societies to modern societies. In the words of one of the major proponents, ‘‘Historically, modernization is the process of change towards those types of social, economic, and political systems that have developed in Western Europe and North America...
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  • Neighborhood Concept
    to a larger area with similar housing types and market values. Neighborhood is also used to describe an area surrounding a local institution patronized by residents, such as a church, school, or social agency. It can also be defined by a political ward or precinct. The concept of neighborhood includes...
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  • Globalisation or ‘Glocalisation’? Networks, Territories and Rescaling
    Journal of Economic Geography 11 (2011) pp. 319–331 Advance Access Published on 24 December 2010 doi:10.1093/jeg/lbq049 Geographical political economy Eric Sheppard* Department of Geography, University of Minnesota, MN 55455, USA. *Corresponding author. Eric Sheppard. email 5shepp001@umn.edu4 ...
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  • Deleuze Kritik
    dtesis.univr.it/documenti/Avviso/all/all181066.pdf.) Mobility is channelled. It moves along routes and conduits often provided by conduits in space. It does not happen evenly over a continuous space like spilt water flowing over a table top. In Deleuze and Guatarri’s account of nomadology they point out...
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  • media
    views about how India can ride the IT bandwagon and leapfrog into a knowledge-based economy. Isolated instances of villagers sending and receiving email messages or surfing the Internet are being promoted as examples of how India can achieve this transformation, while vanquishing socio-economic challenges...
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  • Marketing Audit
    addressed in the first half of semester, and that you are able to demonstrate how these principles can be applied in practice. An audit is ideally about researching the company and the environment it operates in. The project should not exceed 2,000 words in length. Ideally 1500-2000 words. To conduct...
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