Aba center on Children and the Law Second National Parents’ Attorney’s Conference Practicing in the Court of Public Opinion: Using journalism techniques to win over judges, journalists and the publicAba center on Children and the Law Second National Parents’ Attorney’s Conference Practicing in the Court of Public Opinion: Using journalism techniques to win over judges, journalists and the public
Because we’re good at it. According to the trade journal Youth Today, nccpr may be “the most successful youth advocate[s] out there” when it comes to getting our point of view on the nation’s editorial pages
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College students as catalysts for social change: a case studyCollege students as catalysts for social change: a case study
This dissertation, submitted by Pamela Holsinger-Fuchs in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy from the University of North Dakota
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Cyclopedia Of Economics 3rd editionCyclopedia Of Economics 3rd edition
All rights reserved. This book, or any part thereof, may not be used or reproduced in any manner without written permission from
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Dissertation abstractDissertation abstract
This work contributes to the literature of peacebuilding and Palestinian-Israeli peace and conflict resolution. In particular, it contributes to the neglected area of Americans involvement in citizen based peace processes
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By gabrielle farrel, natalie fenimore, and jenice viewBy gabrielle farrel, natalie fenimore, and jenice view
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Zelma Badu-YoungeZelma Badu-Younge
B. F. A. degree in Dance Choreography from Concordia University, Montreal, a M. F. A. degree in Dance Ethnology from York University, Toronto, and a doctorate degree in Education, from McGill University, Montreal
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“Japan after the 1960s: the ends of the avant-garde.”“Japan after the 1960s: the ends of the avant-garde.”
I showed them of me performing Kyôgen in English at a recital in Tokyo. Enjoyment aside, for these bright, articulate students, the project of an American translating and performing an ‘ancient’ Japanese theatrical art in Japan was as egregious as McDonald’s setting
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Forgotten peoplesForgotten peoples
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The Reliability of Survivor Narratives of the Holocaust Are survivor narratives of the Holocaust reliable as historical evidence? Viewpoint: YesThe Reliability of Survivor Narratives of the Holocaust Are survivor narratives of the Holocaust reliable as historical evidence? Viewpoint: Yes
Viewpoint: Yes. Survivor narratives are a rich source of evidence that provides both eyewitness testimony and a measure of the emotional effect of the Holocaust
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Gentrifying the Lower East SideGentrifying the Lower East Side
Lower East Side of New York City holds lessons for city planners everywhere. Lenny Quart is Professor of Cinema at City University New York, former head of the Graduate School of cuny in Statten Island
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The yolanda and david katz faculty of the artsThe yolanda and david katz faculty of the arts
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By John and Gloria Ben-Daniel Beit Yochanan 2003By John and Gloria Ben-Daniel Beit Yochanan 2003
The reading of the scroll of the Law by the high priest at the end of the annual rite of expiation, coincided with the burning of the carcasses of the two sin offerings outside the city
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Forum on minority issues 15 & 16 december 2008 – palais des nations list of participantsForum on minority issues 15 & 16 december 2008 – palais des nations list of participants
On 29 July 2005, Ms. Gay McDougall (United States) was appointed by the High Commissioner for Human Rights as the first holder of the position of Independent Expert on minority issues
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Aejmc’s annual employment and salary study for 2004 detected a bit of sunshine in the employment and salary picture, though the small print presents discouraging data for the young men and women hoping to earn a decent living by practicing something
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What Emotions are Elicited from Different Genres of Music?What Emotions are Elicited from Different Genres of Music?
Shinn, 2005. So what genres of music are best for enhancing one’s mood? Which genres create negative emotions in the listeners? In our paper we will explore the many faces of music
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