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Unthinking eurocentrismUnthinking eurocentrism
Visible in the historical polemics about Columbus, in the academic quarrels about the canon, and in the pedagogical controversies about Afrocentric schools, these debates have invoked many buzzwords: "political correctness," "identity
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AK/sts 3700 00 a history of TechnologyAK/sts 3700 00 a history of Technology
We will consider issues such as technological momentum, technological lock-in, the unintended consequences of technological development, the difference between social and technological fixes to societal problems
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Chapter Two Who Cares? The Salience and Contours of Global ArchitectureChapter Two Who Cares? The Salience and Contours of Global Architecture
Under conditions of pure anarchy, violence would be omnipresent and highly lethal. Without observed ground rules of behavior for members of the international system
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Dsm-iv dysthymic DisorderDsm-iv dysthymic Disorder
Griffiths and Ravindran, 2000. It describes a more chronic condition than Major Depression. It is one that is long term and pervasive
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The Myth of American ExceptionalismThe Myth of American Exceptionalism
President Barack Obama landed in hot water most recently, from Mitt Romney for saying that while he believed in "American exceptionalism," it was no different from "British exceptionalism," "Greek exceptionalism
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By stephen m. Walt october 12, 2011 \"FP\"By stephen m. Walt october 12, 2011 "FP"
The idea that the United States is uniquely virtuous may be comforting to Americans. Too bad it's not true
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Author: RÓbert ondrejcsák opponent: tomአvaláŠEKAuthor: RÓbert ondrejcsák opponent: tomአvaláŠEK
American foreign policy and of course, long-term strategic interests of the United States
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Review of Critical PsychologyReview of Critical Psychology
De Vos, J. (2009) ‘Now That You Know, How Do You Feel? The Milgram Experiment and Psychologization’
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Self-interest determines behavior People act through self-interestSelf-interest determines behavior People act through self-interest
Peter A. Facione (prof of philosophy, Calif. State Univ at Fullerton), The Student’s Guide to Philosophy 1988
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Explanatory statementExplanatory statement
The Terrorism (Extraordinary Temporary Powers) Amendment Bill 2011 amends the Terrorism (Extraordinary Temporary Powers) Act 2006
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Religion, violence, and conflict resolutionReligion, violence, and conflict resolution
The purpose of this article is to outline what will be necessary for a new course of study of religion that examines its relationship to conflict and conflict resolution methodologies
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A \"General\" Theory of Intimate Partner Violence: a working Paper 1A "General" Theory of Intimate Partner Violence: a working Paper 1
The central goal of this paper is to begin to think broadly about the different types of violence that take place between intimate partners and to bring to bear the insights of theorists from a variety of disciplines
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European Exploration and Conquest, 1450-1650 Befc;>re You BeginEuropean Exploration and Conquest, 1450-1650 Befc;>re You Begin
Renaissance, the Reformation, and European explorations and conquests were all happening at roughly the same time. As you read this chapter, look for the overlaps or the influences of the Renaissance and the Reformation 011
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Ast 102 Stars, Galaxies, Universe Initiator: Gary Mechler ceu/Credit Hours: 3 Campus: West Lecture PeriodsAst 102 Stars, Galaxies, Universe Initiator: Gary Mechler ceu/Credit Hours: 3 Campus: West Lecture Periods
Introduction to the universe beyond the solar system. Includes the nature of light, how astronomers and
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