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Meeting on indigenous peoples and indicators of well-beingMeeting on indigenous peoples and indicators of well-being
National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Survey (natsiss) conducted in Australia in 2002 (Altman and Taylor 2006). Some sections of what follows draw substantially on that source
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Addressing the spectre of cyber terrorism: a comparative perspectiveAddressing the spectre of cyber terrorism: a comparative perspective
However, distinctions should be drawn between hacktivism and cyber terrorism, and the use of digital means for organisational purposes and the use of digital communications to actually commit acts of terro
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Understanding ‘Virtue’ and the Virtue of Understanding 1Understanding ‘Virtue’ and the Virtue of Understanding 1
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Disability Status: 2000 Census 2000 Brief Issued March 2003Disability Status: 2000 Census 2000 Brief Issued March 2003
Census 2000 counted 49. 7 million people with some type of long lasting condition or disability
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Citizenship Education in Ukraine and Russia: Reconciling Nation-Building and Active CitizenshipCitizenship Education in Ukraine and Russia: Reconciling Nation-Building and Active Citizenship
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Between Memory and Present Aspirations: Canadian Identities and Religious Diversity Paul William Reid Bowlby, Ph. DBetween Memory and Present Aspirations: Canadian Identities and Religious Diversity Paul William Reid Bowlby, Ph. D
Canadian cultures and institutions in their processes of adaptation. These patterns of contention are, the paper argues, integral to the processes which shape Canadian identities in the midst of religious diversity
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Qualifications in Education for tafe lecturers in Western Australia: Background, Functions and Concerns
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Tyndale Bulletin 44. 2 (1993) 323-337. In search of the social elite in the corinthian churchTyndale Bulletin 44. 2 (1993) 323-337. In search of the social elite in the corinthian church
Roman colony, it is possible to identify members of the social élite within the
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Corruption and China’s Economic Reform in the Early 21st Century byCorruption and China’s Economic Reform in the Early 21st Century by
Acknowledgement: I would like to thank Steven Kou of Columbia University and Yan Shen of Peking University for helpful comments and the Center for Economic Policy Studies at Princeton University for financial support in the preparation of
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12. Euthanasia Chapter objectives12. Euthanasia Chapter objectives
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The Use of the Precautionary Principle in wto law and ec law Ilona Cheyne Newcastle Law SchoolThe Use of the Precautionary Principle in wto law and ec law Ilona Cheyne Newcastle Law School
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Vampires and Alternative ReligionsVampires and Alternative Religions
Distinguished Professor of American Religious History, Baylor University, Waco, Texas
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Further more, in reading this setting as a “Cultural Interface” (Nakata, 2007) between Western and Indigenous systems of knowing, a productive tension emerged in emulation of what Indigenous people experience throughout their daily lives
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The meaning of classicismThe meaning of classicism
Textbook References: World History, The Human Odyssey: Ch. 4, 5, 6; World History to 1800: Ch. 5,6; Modem World History: Ch. 1,2
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