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The extraordinary group of inspiring Australians in the running for the Australian of the Year Awards 2015 is now finalised, with all State & Territory Award recipients announced at a series of events around Australia over the past three
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In recent books, geared to generate public debate in Denmark, academics have tried to rework the characteristics attributed to ‘Humboldt’
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Multiplicity Or Homogeneity? The Cultural-Political Paradox of the Age of Globalization Xudong ZhangMultiplicity Or Homogeneity? The Cultural-Political Paradox of the Age of Globalization Xudong Zhang
Huntington 1996) must engage in a critical "cognitive mapping" (Jameson 1998) of the global political and cultural-political terrain in order to understand its basic fault lines and construct new narratives of the contradictions that motivate
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•But it didn’t define \"trust\" or \"restraint of trade.\"•But it didn’t define "trust" or "restraint of trade."
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