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Course Form (revised 8-2009)Course Form (revised 8-2009)
Complete the form and obtain signatures before submitting to Faculty Senate Office
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Progressive alternativesProgressive alternatives
What should they propose, now that they no longer believe in the usefulness of governmental direction of the economy or in the sufficiency of redistributive social programs?
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What the Body Does: Theorizing Hunger Striking and Embodied Agency in International RelationsWhat the Body Does: Theorizing Hunger Striking and Embodied Agency in International Relations
Draft prepared for Conference Presentations, comments are welcome but please do not circulate or cite without permission from the author
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Jonathan D. Phillips—Curriculum VitaJonathan D. Phillips—Curriculum Vita
Professor, Department of Geography, University of Kentucky, 2000 – present. University Research Professor, 2006-present
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Basic Income as a Socialist Project Erik Olin Wright University of Wisconsin Madison March 2005 paper presented at the annual us-big congress, March 4-6, 20055Basic Income as a Socialist Project Erik Olin Wright University of Wisconsin Madison March 2005 paper presented at the annual us-big congress, March 4-6, 20055
These are obviously important issues, but I want to explore a different sort of question: In what ways can a guaranteed basic income be considered part of a broad socialist challenge to capitalism?
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Ethno-Territorial Identities and the Making of Regional Party Arrangement: The Case of Voivodina An Introductory AnalysisEthno-Territorial Identities and the Making of Regional Party Arrangement: The Case of Voivodina An Introductory Analysis
Ethno-Territorial Identities and the Making of Regional Party Arrangement: The Case of Voivodina
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Science, Values, and ObjectivityScience, Values, and Objectivity
Such evaluations of science contrasts sharply with what I call “the science of values.” This is not one science or even one unified nexus of scientific activities but a loosely defined grab bag containing all scientific investigations of matters
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How Do Civil Society Associations Promote Deliberative Democracy?How Do Civil Society Associations Promote Deliberative Democracy?
Whether or not these contributions are significant in any particular case, or whether they promote democracy will depend on, among other things, the informal institutions that link civil society associations together, and to the polity
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Drug War NegativeDrug War Negative
Al Qaeda. If we allow domestic surveillance to refer to anything the government does to monitor things, that can lead to affirmatives that end government surveillance of library systems and other small affirmatives that are unpredictable for the negative team
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Donetsk national technical universityDonetsk national technical university
This paper deals with the banking system of Ukraine. Also described a brief history of its establishment, structure, types of banks, their functions
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