Psalm 89 and the ancient near eastPsalm 89 and the ancient near east
Psalm 89 is of captivating interest to the writer, not only because it is a portion of the biblical corpus, but for
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Mr. Thaxton Brandeis University Politics 128 Fall, 2015 The Politics of Revolution: State ViolenceMr. Thaxton Brandeis University Politics 128 Fall, 2015 The Politics of Revolution: State Violence
The purpose of the course is to acquaint you with several instances of revolution, and to encourage you to use theory to investigate and explain at least one of those instances or a specific theme in one or several instances
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The Public DomainThe Public Domain
Why? Because intellectual property rights mark out the ground rules of the information society, and today's policies are unbalanced, unsupported by evidence, and often detrimental to cultural access, free speech, digital creativity
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Mmogaming as Participation in a Discourse Massively Multiplayer Online Videogaming as Participation in a DiscourseMmogaming as Participation in a Discourse Massively Multiplayer Online Videogaming as Participation in a Discourse
I use functional linguistics to unpack how a seemingly inconsequential turn of talk within the game Lineage reveals important aspects of the activity in which it is situated as well as the broader “forms of life” enacted in the game through which members display
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Intellectual property rights and economic developmentIntellectual property rights and economic development
Prepared for the series “Beyond the Treaties: a symposium on Compliance with International Intellectual Property Law”, organized by Fredrick K. Cox International Law Center at Case Western Reserve University
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Allison Gaubatz it 481-701 nteq unit Plan Description of UnitAllison Gaubatz it 481-701 nteq unit Plan Description of Unit
Basic Description – Students will understand the feelings the immigrants had when they arrived at Ellis Island through the use of technology. In this unit the goal is for the students to compare and contrast immigration today with immigration in
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This chapter will discussThis chapter will discuss
In Chapter 1 we examined the concept of "perspectives." As we explained, scientists approach an object they wish to study with a particular viewpoint, or perspective. Each perspective suggests distinct questions for the scientist
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