Proceedings of extended public committee – old assembly chamberProceedings of extended public committee – old assembly chamber
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Quantitative Narrative Analysis (qna) Roberto Franzosi, Emory UniversityQuantitative Narrative Analysis (qna) Roberto Franzosi, Emory University
The seminar will be organized as a mixture of formal lectures on Quantitative Narrative Analysis (qna) and lab work based on pc-ace
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An Encyclopedic History of Utah State University By Robert Parson, University ArchivistAn Encyclopedic History of Utah State University By Robert Parson, University Archivist
Usu, and Dean of Students Daryl Chase, who became president in 1954, began talking about having a whitewashed rock block a on the mountainside, similar to those of other colleges and most high schools in Utah
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Developing marketing strategies for tourism destinations in peripheral areas of Europe: the case of Bornholm by Ann HartlDeveloping marketing strategies for tourism destinations in peripheral areas of Europe: the case of Bornholm by Ann Hartl
European peripheral area; it also illustrates the general devel­opment of tourism to the island and the impact of this development on the organisa­tional structure of the tourism industry
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Commodity Chains and the Politics of FoodCommodity Chains and the Politics of Food
Nothing in this paper may be cited, quoted or summarised or reproduced without permission of the author(s)
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Revise, resubmit and reveal? An autoethnographer’s story of facing the challenges of revealing the self through publication Katherine Dashper1 Institute for Sport, Physical Activity and Leisure, Leeds Beckett University, uk abstractRevise, resubmit and reveal? An autoethnographer’s story of facing the challenges of revealing the self through publication Katherine Dashper1 Institute for Sport, Physical Activity and Leisure, Leeds Beckett University, uk abstract
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The Story Behind the Numbers: Measuring the Impact of Networked Electronic Services (mines) and the Assessment of the Ontario Council of University Libraries\The Story Behind the Numbers: Measuring the Impact of Networked Electronic Services (mines) and the Assessment of the Ontario Council of University Libraries' Scholars Portal
Northumbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services
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Is Public Opinion Stable? Resolving the Micro-Macro Disconnect in Studies of Public Opinion byIs Public Opinion Stable? Resolving the Micro-Macro Disconnect in Studies of Public Opinion by
With reference to research on public opinion dynamics surrounding the usa patriot Act, we discuss the implications of opinion stability for interpreting public opinion and for understanding the normative implications of public preferences
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Chapter 1: Advertising in American SocietyChapter 1: Advertising in American Society
By its very nature it is endless and never assuaged; and being a form of the impulse to live, it ceases only with death
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Molly Andrews, Shelley Day Sclater, Corinne Squire and Amal TreacherMolly Andrews, Shelley Day Sclater, Corinne Squire and Amal Treacher
This is the final draft of the Introdction appearing in Lines of Narrative, eds M. Andrews, S. D. Sclater, C. Squire and A. Treacher, London: Routledge
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Maternal Beliefs About Adaptive and Maladaptive Social Behaviors in Normal, Aggressive, and Withdrawn PreschoolersMaternal Beliefs About Adaptive and Maladaptive Social Behaviors in Normal, Aggressive, and Withdrawn Preschoolers
Rubin, K. H. & Mills, R. S. L. (1990). Maternal beliefs about adaptive and maladaptive social behaviors in normal, aggressive and withdrawn preschoolers. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 18, 419-436
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Agricultural Production and Indian HistoryAgricultural Production and Indian History
Since then, however, most politicians have come to believe and most students have learned in school that nations can only develop successfully by letting markets lead the way and joining the world of free market competition
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Countering the ‘Oppressed, Kidnapped Genre’ of Muslim Life Writing: Yasmin Hai’s The Making of Mr Hai’s Daughter and Shelina Zahra Janmohamed’s Love in a HeadscarfCountering the ‘Oppressed, Kidnapped Genre’ of Muslim Life Writing: Yasmin Hai’s The Making of Mr Hai’s Daughter and Shelina Zahra Janmohamed’s Love in a Headscarf
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New contribution to knowledgeNew contribution to knowledge
This requires them to identify their “core competence” as rpg researchers in a world where education is increasingly commodified as a business model. Only by doing this will their research product “pass without objection in the trade.”
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The Ethics of Research Involving Indigenous PeoplesThe Ethics of Research Involving Indigenous Peoples
Iphrc and the Interagency Advisory Panel on Research Ethics (pre), with support from a grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
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