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Whap – Chapter 24 Big Picture & Margin ReviewWhap – Chapter 24 Big Picture & Margin Review
To what extent did the processes discussed in this chapter (economic globalization, feminism, fundamentalism, environmentalism) represent something new in the twentieth century? In what respects did they have roots in the more distant past?
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现代国家的概念 现代国家(modern state)现代国家的概念 现代国家(modern state)
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The Politics of Resonance: Transnational Sustainability Governance in ArgentinaThe Politics of Resonance: Transnational Sustainability Governance in Argentina
Argentina, the article makes a relevant and original contribution to transnational regulation literature, highlighting the need for theoretical accounts and empirical analyses that address domestic and cultural variables as fundamental pieces in
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The theatre with the most meagre audienceThe theatre with the most meagre audience
Winter, C. (2015). Aha panel Race and Ethnicity in the Global South. Australian Historical Association biannual conference
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Rising Tide Lifts lgbtq issuesRising Tide Lifts lgbtq issues
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Nandita sharmaNandita sharma
Within the current global circuits of capital, goods, and people, I argue that along with a call to end practices of displacement
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Sociology 240 Inequality & Identity Spring 2015Sociology 240 Inequality & Identity Spring 2015
The class meets on Thursday 8: 30-11: 30 p m at College Eight, Room 301
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The Constitution of Identity: New modalities of nationality, citizenship, belonging and beingThe Constitution of Identity: New modalities of nationality, citizenship, belonging and being
Zygmunt Bauman, From Pilgrim to Tourist; or a short History of Identity (1996: 18)
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The Exclusion Field: Politics, Institutions and Inequality in an Indian CityThe Exclusion Field: Politics, Institutions and Inequality in an Indian City
Taken together, these practices constitute a field of exclusion, one that is shaped primarily by the particular political and institutional nature of the local Indian stat
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Name of the partnership/initiative: Global Higher Education for Sustainability Partnership (ghesp). Date of initiationName of the partnership/initiative: Global Higher Education for Sustainability Partnership (ghesp). Date of initiation
Name of the partnership/initiative: Global Higher Education for Sustainability Partnership (ghesp)
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Chapter twenty fourChapter twenty four
Such pictures have both reflected and helped create a new planetary consciousness among growing numbers of people
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Immigrant Voices in Cyberspace: Spinning Continental and Diasporan Africans into the World-Wide WebImmigrant Voices in Cyberspace: Spinning Continental and Diasporan Africans into the World-Wide Web
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