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The student achievement guaranteeThe student achievement guarantee
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, P. O. Box 413, Milwaukee, wi 53201, (414) 229-2220
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Forced migration in indonesia : historical perspectivesForced migration in indonesia : historical perspectives
International Conference on Toward New Perspectives on Forced Migration In Southeast Asia, organised by Research Centre for Society and Culture (pmb) at the Indonesian Institute of Sciences
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Struggles of identity in the age of globalisation: Searching for anchors that holdStruggles of identity in the age of globalisation: Searching for anchors that hold
The farreaching implications for Africa, and South Africa in particular, are furthermore considered
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16 organizational culture Chapter Scan16 organizational culture Chapter Scan
The socialization process is the entry stage in an organization that provides clues about its culture. Cultures are difficult to change, yet change is necessary in some instances for survival
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The effect of long hours a survey of Existing LiteratureThe effect of long hours a survey of Existing Literature
Extended hours of work have serious negative effects on families, relationships and communities according to this report commissioned by the Queensland Government
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Peace and Conflicts in Islam By Rachida El Diwani Fulbright Scholar, Chatham CollegePeace and Conflicts in Islam By Rachida El Diwani Fulbright Scholar, Chatham College
Islam. There are people who are determined to paint terrorism and Islam with the same brush. Simplified and undifferentiated descriptions of the Islamic religion help create an image by which Islam is seen as hostile and dangerous to the
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The Effects of Protest on Public HealthThe Effects of Protest on Public Health
Paper prepared for the 2003 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia
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Language and GenderLanguage and Gender
What clues do the following sentences contain that tell us whether the speakers are men or women?
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Glorious freedomGlorious freedom
Just when one form of oppression is seemingly overcome, another insinuates itself from an unexpected direction. Just when one problem is apparently solved, the cure turns out to be as bad as or worse than the problem
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Social movements and collective behavior: social psychological dimensions and considerationsSocial movements and collective behavior: social psychological dimensions and considerations
Note: this draft is not the final published version. I am making it available as a resource for my students. Do not quote or cite. All quotations and citations should be to the final published version
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Cite as: 7 Clinical L. Rev. 227 Clinical Law Review Fall 2000 Article *227Cite as: 7 Clinical L. Rev. 227 Clinical Law Review Fall 2000 Article *227
FN2] The push to revise legal institutions to allow expansion of lawyer-nonlawyer practices stems from the rapid growth and importance of large business consultancies
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The Effects of Media GlobalizationThe Effects of Media Globalization
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