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Albrow, M. (1970) Bureaucracy, London, Pall Mall.
Anderson, B. (1991) Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism, New York, Verso. (First published in 1983.)
Benneworth, P. and Henry, N. (2004) ‘Where is the added value in the cluster approach? Hermeneutic theorising, economic geography and clusters as a multiperspectival a
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Riverside Drive, Mississippi River, Memphis, Tennessee
This is a color image showing cars driving on Riverside Drive in downtown Memphis, Tennessee. There is a conveyor belt or elevator and the Memphis city skyline is in the background. It was given to the College Archives by Martha Roper in 1996.,3x5 postcard #343 published by the Memphis Paper Company, Memphis, Tennessee
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1.5.1 A true community of Europeans?

Ray Hudson (Hudson and Williams, 1999) has maintained that the formation of a true community of Europeans is important and desirable, and that it will not follow automatically from the converging of linguistic and cultural practices. It is difficult to envisage the disappearance of national differences, though they may be less pronounced in the future. What seems to be clear for Hudson is that only by looking at the future can a European identity be created; the past, unless highly sanitised,
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William J. Kennedy Teaching Certification
Center Point was where the first two-story department school house was built in the Clay County. William J. Kennedy was one of the contributors. He was a teacher and physician in the area after moving there from Ohio. This is his teaching certification.,Clay County Journey
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5.2 Scientists as a community of practice

Science has been described as involving observation, description, categorisation, investigation, experimentation and formation of theoretical explanations for naturally occurring phenomena – activities performed by scientists using scientific methods.

Jacob Bronowski (1973) said, ‘That is the essence of science: ask an impertinent question, and you are on the way to a pertinent answer’ – an apt way to put it, as with science, we set off from a starting point of curiosity an
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Media in Transition 6: Summary Perspectives
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Mary Bryson frames her comments as “a mash-up aggregation.” The conference’s “massive disagreements and sometimes awkward silences and gaps” were beneficial,

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6 Levels of explanation: the key to understanding addiction and neural ageing
This unit looks at two topics that are of immense worldwide social, economic, ethical, and political importance – ‘addiction’ and ‘neural ageing’. You will develop a Master's level approach to the study of specific issues within these two important subject areas.
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