Serialism in the architectural experiments of the 1960sSerialism in the architectural experiments of the 1960s
Dr. Sandra Kaji-O’Grady, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Architecture Building and Planning, University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria 3052 Australia
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Theory, Gender and Corporate LawTheory, Gender and Corporate Law
It is as vital to learning as air is to breathing. And we usually take them for granted in much the same way
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Wluml dossier 5-6 December 1988/May 1989 dossier 5-6Wluml dossier 5-6 December 1988/May 1989 dossier 5-6
The following month, feminists set up their own stand (which they called the Temporary Modern Women’s Museum) in an Istanbul book fair
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What is the Bottom Line for Nonprofit Organizations? A history of Measurement in the British Voluntary SectorWhat is the Bottom Line for Nonprofit Organizations? A history of Measurement in the British Voluntary Sector
I find that quantification is not a new pressure for charities in the uk; moreover, while they have employed metrication in the past, what activities nonprofits have measured, and the importance of measurement for their organizational
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Spiritual Sites as Sources of Social Transformation:
Lessons from Svadhyaya
by Makarand Paranjape, A. M., PhDSpiritual Sites as Sources of Social Transformation:
Lessons from Svadhyaya
by Makarand Paranjape, A. M., PhD
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Thinking with the heart feminist methodologies and strategiesThinking with the heart feminist methodologies and strategies
What kind of discontents did feminists express and what kind of new strategies did they develop? How do feminist constitute relationships between researcher and researched? How do they perceive their interviewee’s verbal and nonverbal
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Key Debates in Anthropology Edited by Tim Ingold General introduction Tim Ingold the nature of anthropological theoryKey Debates in Anthropology Edited by Tim Ingold General introduction Tim Ingold the nature of anthropological theory
The paradox is that by doing so, they are undercutting the intellectual foundations of an organization of knowledge without which anthropology, as a discipline, could not exist
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Psychoanalysis and Film Theory Part 1: ‘a new Kind of Mirror’Psychoanalysis and Film Theory Part 1: ‘a new Kind of Mirror’
Your study is located at the crossroads of magic and positivism. That spot is bewitched. Only theory can break the spell.[1]
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Sport and the Media in the uk: the Long Revolution? Dr Raymond BoyleSport and the Media in the uk: the Long Revolution? Dr Raymond Boyle
Yet it is a difficult revolution to define, and its uneven action is taking place over so long a period that it is almost impossible not to get lost in its exceptionally complicated proces
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Margin of margin: Profile of an Unrepentant Postcolonial CollaboratorMargin of margin: Profile of an Unrepentant Postcolonial Collaborator
Printed in India by Progressive Printers & Publishers, 24 Tollygunge Circular Road, Calcutta 700053
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Nationalism, Imperialism, & Gender: a hegemonic Hierarchy of the MaleNationalism, Imperialism, & Gender: a hegemonic Hierarchy of the Male
Roosevelt’s influence on that discourse, particularly in the period of American imperialism during the Spanish-American War and the Philippine-American War
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Lecture 4: Dualism and the Expanding Capitalist NucleusLecture 4: Dualism and the Expanding Capitalist Nucleus
Last time we looked at Rostow’s stage theory of development, which had at its heart the concept of an industrial revolution in the modern sector of an otherwise largely traditional economy
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