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The Nuclear Syndrome Victory for the Irish Anti-nuclear Power MovementThe Nuclear Syndrome Victory for the Irish Anti-nuclear Power Movement
This is the original text of the pamphlet as published, excluding photos and illustrations, with some minor alterations
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Esrc seminar, 13 july 2009. Ogwu, Friday AdejohEsrc seminar, 13 july 2009. Ogwu, Friday Adejoh
Phd research Topic: Petroleum Pipeline Distribution System: The case of Oil and Gas Pipeline Network in Nigeria-‘an environmental justice approach’
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Woman in Ancient Egypt: Evolution of Personal and Social PositionsWoman in Ancient Egypt: Evolution of Personal and Social Positions
This evolution reflects a gradual increase in individualization of one's personality and his/her behavior
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Surviving the Angel of Death: the story of a Mengele Twin in AuschwitzSurviving the Angel of Death: the story of a Mengele Twin in Auschwitz
Number of pages: 140 pps. *Reading Level: Grade 6 & up *Interest Level: Young adult
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Chapter 5 : Changes in relationships between Civil Society and GovernmentChapter 5 : Changes in relationships between Civil Society and Government
The following paragraphs 1 – 8 are some of the elements that I think might be useful here: the variety of ways of thinking about civil society, active citizenship, local moral orders
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Study on the effects of structural adjustment policies in Burkina Faso ContentsStudy on the effects of structural adjustment policies in Burkina Faso Contents
Education International (EI) decided to undertake a number of case studies on the effects of structural adjustment policies on education
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The Ascendance of Angoche The Politics of Kinship and Territory in Nineteenth Century Northern MozambiqueThe Ascendance of Angoche The Politics of Kinship and Territory in Nineteenth Century Northern Mozambique
Angoche sultans. Although the people that were under Angoche political or economic influence were ethnically diverse, the ethnic name of the inhabitants of Angoche Islands proper is Koti. The Koti are sometimes referred to as «Angochians»
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Fiqws: Freshman Writing Inquiry Seminar: Descriptions for Fall 2008 Anthropology Human Origins (2 sections)Fiqws: Freshman Writing Inquiry Seminar: Descriptions for Fall 2008 Anthropology Human Origins (2 sections)
It will examines the process of evolution and the living primates, (our closest living relatives), and explore what we know about our ancestors other close relatives, including how we know what we know
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Patrick m. Regan binghamton University daniel justPatrick m. Regan binghamton University daniel just
Our analysis suggests, however, that given recent changes in the patterns of social and economic dislocations as well as deepening ethnic, racial, or religious cleavages around the world
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Department of political science hunter collegeDepartment of political science hunter college
United States, for one cannot understand the Central American crises and the region’s evolution without analyzing the us role; and (4) the impact of contemporary neoliberal globalization on social, economic, and political institutions
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Globalising developing nations: political economyGlobalising developing nations: political economy
Visiting Senior Research Fellow, School of International Relations & Strategic Studies, Jadavpur University, Kolkata,India
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Islamic Contributions to the WestIslamic Contributions to the West
In this talk I would like to give an idea about the cultural contribution of the Islamic civilization to the West, the Islamic origins of modern science and civilization and the ascendancy of the Islamic science and learning for about 600 years in
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Gender and Class Issues in the Postcolonial Zimbabwean NovelGender and Class Issues in the Postcolonial Zimbabwean Novel
The truths of a nation are in the first place its realities
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The (Un)Desirability of Neo-Colonialism and the Development Challenge in AfricaThe (Un)Desirability of Neo-Colonialism and the Development Challenge in Africa
Teke Ngomba is currently studying for a PhD degree in political communication at the Department of Information and Media Studies, Aarhus University, Denmark
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The roots of sectarianism in northern irelandThe roots of sectarianism in northern ireland
Catholicism, the papal antichrist myth (Higgins, 2000). We believed that an analysis of the roots of anti-Catholicism could inform public debate about the nature and causes of some features of the Northern Irish conflict
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