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China’s capital market and corporate governance: the promotion of the external governance mechanismChina’s capital market and corporate governance: the promotion of the external governance mechanism
Ollapse of large corporations and the consequentially profound social and economic impact have caused great concern in the community, particularly when corporate failure has resulted from mismanagement
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The University as CitizenThe University as Citizen
Can the academy reinvigorate its central mission amid difficult and confusing circumstances? Higher education has chosen such resourcefulness in the past renewing its dedication to bringing the powers of cultivated intellect to bear on the
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Human Rights HistoriesHuman Rights Histories
It concludes that the important factor in writing an adequate historical account of political conflict may lie less in whether an institution is legal or non-legal and more in its organizational relationship to the nation-state and in the concepts of
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From Fornicators to Family: Cohabitants and the Law, 1600-2010’ Inaugural lecture, 9 February 2011From Fornicators to Family: Cohabitants and the Law, 1600-2010’ Inaugural lecture, 9 February 2011
They had however gone away on holiday together – although my mother, when telling me this, was at pains to stress that they had had separate rooms. My father unfortunately rather undermined the intended moral instruction by adding ‘yes – but we didn’t stay
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Cultural Identity In America Literature Reader I english 235 Prof. Jesse SchwartzCultural Identity In America Literature Reader I english 235 Prof. Jesse Schwartz
More recently, the centrality of culture as the spawning ground of creativity, which in turn is the major resource in the so-called new economy
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Religion in a Secular Society Nicholas Tonti-Filippini PhD (Melb) Associate Dean John Paul II institute for Marriage and FamilyReligion in a Secular Society Nicholas Tonti-Filippini PhD (Melb) Associate Dean John Paul II institute for Marriage and Family
Aggressive secularism would thus seem to have emerged as a form of anti-religious radicalism and intolerance
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Differences: a journal of Feminist Cultural StudiesDifferences: a journal of Feminist Cultural Studies
Source: differences: a journal of Feminist Cultural Studies. 2-3 (Summer-Fall 1994): p126
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The Will to Power as Naturalist Critical Ontology Donovan MiyasakiThe Will to Power as Naturalist Critical Ontology Donovan Miyasaki
Consequently, even if he is mistaken in this conclusion, we must take the will to power ontology as seriously as we do his critique of metaphysics, for it is intended as a direct consequence of that critique
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All in the name of human rights: an historical case study on Australian nationalism and multiculturalism 1980-1990. Dr Troy Whitford Charles Sturt University, AustraliaAll in the name of human rights: an historical case study on Australian nationalism and multiculturalism 1980-1990. Dr Troy Whitford Charles Sturt University, Australia
All in the name of human rights: an historical case study on Australian nationalism and multiculturalism 1980-1990
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Australian Political EconomyAustralian Political Economy
The monarchic forms of Queen and vice-regal surrogates are formal parts of the executives for both the Australian and State constitutions but are entirely subject to the will of the people, as are the legislatures and executive
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A study Guide for Faith Communities Put together by the Red Earth Women’s Alliance (rewa) ContentsA study Guide for Faith Communities Put together by the Red Earth Women’s Alliance (rewa) Contents
Hidden History: Columbus and the Colonial Legacy – Article from New Internationalist
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Notes on \Notes on 'Development Theory in Transition The Dependency Debate & Beyond: Third World Responses' by Magnus Blomstrom and Bjorn Hettne
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Titles & abstractsTitles & abstracts
In this essay I will offer a cost-benefit analysis comparing the peripheral mind hypothesis with some alternative interpretations of the above experimental data
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Voting Behaviors Toward Third PartiesVoting Behaviors Toward Third Parties
This article is an effort to examine what effect, if any, the backlash against Nader, within the framework of third-party voting in general, had on voter behavior in the 2004 election
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Constructivism Chapter Ambridge & LievenConstructivism Chapter Ambridge & Lieven
Dąbrowska, 2004; Goldberg, 2006 we are speaking for no one but ourselves. We do not, in general, compare this account against rival theoretical approaches
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