Chapter 6: Motown Pop and Southern SoulChapter 6: Motown Pop and Southern Soul
Attitudes toward African American music began to change in the late 1950s; crossover was so prevalent in the mid 1960s that Billboard stopped tracking R&B separately for a number of months
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Crowther Chapter 3 (pp. 65-76) Mobile IngredientsCrowther Chapter 3 (pp. 65-76) Mobile Ingredients
As we know and is the topic of this set of lectures, food has a long global history
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Recognizing Women’s Contributions to Engineering and Technology Ileana Costea, California State University, Northridge AbstractRecognizing Women’s Contributions to Engineering and Technology Ileana Costea, California State University, Northridge Abstract
Abstract: The article presents women’s noteworthy contributions to science, technology, and specifically to manufacturing. The role of women in creating a balanced workplace environment is also discussed
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Brief Invention Disclosure Form For Software Developed by Employees of University of Southern DenmarkBrief Invention Disclosure Form For Software Developed by Employees of University of Southern Denmark
The dated and signed document shall also act as early written proof of the invention. It may prove useful at a later stage to defend the rights of the inventor(s) and sdu or rsd vis-à-vis third parties in certain cases
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Intellectual property policy and proceduresIntellectual property policy and procedures
This itb ip policy (ip policy) is intended to provide support and guidance regarding commercial exploitation, ownership and income from ip and the use of itb facilities and resources to ensure that the development of ip is mutually beneficial for personnel
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That Carpenter’s Local 54 sponsored popular entertainment, not serious discussion of labor issues, is significantThat Carpenter’s Local 54 sponsored popular entertainment, not serious discussion of labor issues, is significant
We enjoy your programs very much and our Radio is seldom changed to any other station.” Hers and other letters to the station testify that for many members of Chicago’s working class during the “lean years” of labor activism
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Bonus cases Bonus case 9-3 Marketing to the Baby Boom GenerationBonus cases Bonus case 9-3 Marketing to the Baby Boom Generation
Marketers aim for the “sweet spot,” the demographic group between 18 and 49. But as the aging boomers hurtle toward retirement, some marketers are realizing the commercial potential of such a huge, affluent market
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