Bahrain erupts in violence
Police fire tear gas to disperse crowds in Bahrain as violence erupts. Deborah Lutterbeck reports
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The raw materials for a learning activity about Conflict Management. It introduces the concepts of conflict, managing conflict and influencing. The inter-relationship between the concepts is examined.
Author(s): EVOLUTION,E-EVOLVE,UCLANOER,UCLAN,Mac McCarthy

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Tales of survival in devastated Japan
Residents of quake and tsunami-ravaged Miyako city recount their escape from the surging waters.
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Begrijpend lezen les met een tekst over het ontstaan van een tsunami.

Daarna vullen de leerlingen een vragen van verschillende types in:

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Hoe kunnen we het beleidsmatig werken rond alcohol en drugs in de basisschool zinvol en effectief invullen?

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7 The threat of extinction
Who were our ancestors? How are apes and humans related? And where does the extinct Homo erectus fit into the puzzle? In this unit we will examine culture, tool use and social structure in both apes and humans to gain an understanding of where we come from and why we behave as we do. This is the tenth unit in the ‘Studying mammals’ series.
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3.2 What are aims and objectives/outcomes?
Are you interested in creating your own open educational resources? This unit will help you to write a learning unit and provide you with links to various resources for open-learning materials. You will learn about the different purposes of self-instruction and receive advice about the techniques and strategies to help the learner.
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Institute of Politics: A public address by the Honorable Eric Cantor
Congressman Eric Cantor (R-VA), Majority Leader of the United States House of Representatives spoke to a packed Forum on economic policy and the United States at a crossroads.
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Avoiding Millennialist Cognitive Biases
This lecture outlines a typology of the pancultural millennial phenomena, describes characteristic cognitive biases and suggests how contemporary forms of secular techno-utopian and techno-apocalyptic discourse reflect these types of millennial psychology
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Avoiding Millennialist Cognitive Biases
This lecture outlines a typology of the pancultural millennial phenomena, describes characteristic cognitive biases and suggests how contemporary forms of secular techno-utopian and techno-apocalyptic discourse reflect these types of millennial psychology
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Catastrophe, Social Collapse, and Human Extinction
This lecture examines how, for many types of disasters, severity seems to follow a power law distribution, and how the level of resistance to such disruptions can affect the future of humanity.
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China Update 2010: The next 20 years of economic reform and development
The China Update is hosted by the Rio Tinto- ANU China Partnership, between the China Economy Program in the Crawford School and Rio Tinto Australia. The China Economy Program is Chaired by Professor Ross Garnaut and Directed by Dr Ligang Song. The China Update is an annual event at which world leading experts present the latest research on the Chinese economy. Each year, the latest edition of the China Update Book Series is released the day before the conference. The 2010 edition will be the 9t
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Dr. Namir Katkhouda, Keck School of Medicine of USC (Feb. 2011)
Dr. Namir Katkhouda is a world authority in laparoscopic surgery, having pioneered the first laparoscopic vagotomy for the treatment of gastro duodenal ulcer disease. He is an innovator in the laparoscopic approach to advanced procedures, including liver surgery, aortic surgery, gastric resections, and hernia repair. He has written 80 peer-reviewed articles, presented more than 250 scientific papers, written 100 book chapters and published three books in the field of laparoscopic surgery. A pro
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Survey of London Monograph 15 - St Bride's Church, Fleet Street
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Part 1,"'Die!' Censoring Game Violence"
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"Is Peace Studies My Field Too?"
Kroc faculty explain how they connect their 'home' academic disciplines and peace studies. From the 2010 Summer Institute for Faculty. http://kroc.nd.edu/
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