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Filmic Space: Parallels between transitions in film and architecture
Figure 1, Composite transition image, created by Matthew Hynam Author Figure 2, Dissolve, created by Matthew Hynam Author Figure 3, Moab Dissolve, Utah, created by Matthew Hynam Author
A Global Voice for Survival: An Ecosystemic Approach for the Environment and the Quality of Life
Learning new forms to be in the world, as a systemic, emergent, contingent and path-dependent process, implies the co-creation and generation of new knowledge to shift the systems: 1
A Global Voice for Survival: An Ecosystemic Approach for the Environment and the Quality of Life
Learning new forms to be in the world, as a systemic, emergent, contingent and path-dependent process, implies the co-creation and generation of new knowledge to shift the systems: 1
A Global Voice for Survival: An Ecosystemic Approach for the Environment and the Quality of Life
Abstract: In view of the overwhelming pressures on the global environment and the need to disrupt the systems that drive them, an ecosystemic theoretical and practical framework is
Politics Case Study: Bad News in Good Times of General Musharraf Presidency: Economics versus Politics
Politics Case Study: Bad News in Good Times of General Musharraf Presidency: Economics versus Politics By Dawood Mamoon School of Management and Economics University of Islamabad
What Defines National Interest for India and Pakistan: Economy, Politics or Religion?
By Dawood Mamoon World Economic Survey Expert Group Abstract: Recent political history of India suggests that religion has become a dominant force in country’s politics.. Here lies the
Use of Science in Autism Policy Development
For example, the mission statement of the Organization for Autism Research includes “to apply research to the challenges of autism.” The Organization for Autism Research also provided a
By Chance or Design? On the Locations of Controversial Billboards in Urban Ohio during the 2012 Election
The results suggest that the billboard locations in Cleveland were not significantly different from patterns produced under CSR, and that the probability of a given census tract
Violent Crime on American Television: A Critical Interpretation of Empirical Studies
There is, of course, no empirical way of testing the accuracy of this claim, but one cannot deny that that three out of four Americans think that there is a relationship between
How Indonesian’s Online News Papers Report the Conflict between Palestine and Israel—A Case of Republika co id and Kompas com
The difference between the two online media on agreement news that can be seen Table 6 in 2009 Kompas publication about Israel-Palestine conflict on agreement news with 37 news from the
Islam and Democracy Can They Co Exist?
Conclusion Discovering another Islam In opposition to scholars who are sceptical about the democratic transformation of Islamic societies and political institutions, there is a group of
From "Rational Utopia" to "Will to Utopia" On the "Post modern" Turn in the Recent Work of Agnes Heller
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Self and other in critical international theory : assimilation, incommensurability and the paradox of critique
The main argument this paper will be putting forward is that, in responding to the ‘enigma’ of otherness through either a relative or an absolute understanding of alterity, the most
Talking politics : constructing the res publica after Caesar’s assassination
A discursive constitution This thesis posits that Roman knowledge about the constitution of the res publica was formed through discourse; the combination of objects and concepts
Parallels, prescience and the past: analogical reasoning and contemporary international politics
This article addresses three key areas that map out the importance of analogical reasoning to an understanding of developments in contemporary international politics: the relationship
Community and public authority in later fifteenth century Scotland
Mason has explored the change in the vocabulary of Scottish political thought over the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, from medieval conceptions of the common good to early modern
On the shifting spatial logics of socioeconomic regulation in post 1949 China
Key words: China; regulation; socioeconomic transition; uneven development; decentralization; centralization In a society in which the government dominates all spheres of social life,
Politics and the implementation of the New Poor Law: the Nottingham workhouse controversy, 1834 43
Barnett reported that the average number of inmates was 360, and there were 387 inmates during one week in the summer of 1834.17The average over the previous decade or so had been