Conference draft: do not cite without permission of the authorsConference draft: do not cite without permission of the authors
Racial Differences and Similarities Among Childless, Only-Child, and Multiple Children American Women, 1988-2002
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History of fuel taxation in AustraliaHistory of fuel taxation in Australia
The various rebates, remissions and refunds1 of tax for certain fuel usage and for certain users, along with associated subsidies and grants2; and
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Harvard Law School Jean Monnet ChairHarvard Law School Jean Monnet Chair
European institutions and the nation-states. Thus, he distances himself from the concept of a European super-state transcending and replacing the national democracies
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Transgressive CaregivingTransgressive Caregiving
I will likely share a draft chapter from Part III, which aims to apply the theoretical groundwork set out here to a set of concrete contemporary debates about families and family care work. An abstract of the book precedes the essay
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International Financial Reporting Standards (ifrs) Adoption in Africa: the Influence of Anglo Neo-colonialism Matthias NnadiInternational Financial Reporting Standards (ifrs) Adoption in Africa: the Influence of Anglo Neo-colonialism Matthias Nnadi
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Hegemony & Leadership ToolboxHegemony & Leadership Toolbox
Michael Mastanduno is a professor of government and associate dean for social sciences at Dartmouth College, and William C. Wohlforth is a professor of government at Dartmouth College
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The Enigmatic Profession Nina Roofe University of Central Arkansas AbstractThe Enigmatic Profession Nina Roofe University of Central Arkansas Abstract
Brown and Paolucci in formulating a definition of home economics to today, our field of study has struggled with identity and public recognition
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The Second Chechen War and its Implications for Democratic Peace TheoryThe Second Chechen War and its Implications for Democratic Peace Theory
My analysis departs from the previous literature on the conflict by marrying international, domestic, and individual-level explanations of the war’s causes
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Lesson Title: Our Government Today…What a System!Lesson Title: Our Government Today…What a System!
This lesson (which will take place over several class periods) is the first in a series of three in the unit. It is designed to give students an in-depth view and understanding of the principles of which our Constitution is based and the current structure of
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Chapter 6 Public Opinion, Voting, and ElectionsChapter 6 Public Opinion, Voting, and Elections
Not only do we argue over the true meaning of any specific election, we also believe that existing public opinion and voting patterns are subject to shifts in the public mood. No public opinion is set in concrete
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Volume 5, Issue 1 — Winter/Spring 2011Volume 5, Issue 1 — Winter/Spring 2011
The large collection of coats of arms depict 357 nobles dating back to the 16th century are displayed in full color on the walls
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Assistant Professor, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University
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Eu financial Market Supervision Revisited: The European Securities RegulatorEu financial Market Supervision Revisited: The European Securities Regulator
Single Financial Market. The aim of this paper is to contribute to this debate by critically assessing the current regulatory and supervisory regime in eu financial services with a view to drawing policy lessons and recommendations on more effective and
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By Dr. Maria Ivanova, for Stakeholder Forum Assistant Professor of Global Governance University of Massachusetts Boston About the AuthorBy Dr. Maria Ivanova, for Stakeholder Forum Assistant Professor of Global Governance University of Massachusetts Boston About the Author
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How Does History Explain Why Germany Changed the Structure of Its Government? A classroom Activity and Explanatory Performance Task Grade 9 CivicsHow Does History Explain Why Germany Changed the Structure of Its Government? A classroom Activity and Explanatory Performance Task Grade 9 Civics
Acknowledgements: Ms. Denise Weiner, Private Consultant in collaboration with the University of Delaware’s Professional Development Center for Educators
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