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How Physicians View the Issue: Parents Who Refuse to Vaccinate a Child
This program focuses on a variety of issues related to parental rights regarding childhood vaccinations, including the origins of immunization hesitancy, and the medical community's response to the parent who refuses to vaccinate their child. Edgar Marcuse, professor at the University of Washington School of Medicine, discusses the nature and scope of immunization hesitancy and vaccine refusal in the United States. Dr. Marcuse identifies societal factors contributing to immunization hesitancy an
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Itse1359-1070p-Preview-Strings Part 2
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This module provides a preview of code that will be explained in more detail in the module titled Itse1359-1070-Strings Part 2.
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4.5 4.5 Summary

  • The EU as presently constituted is itself a product of globalisation, and here the impact of globalisation has been heightened by the central institutions of the EU directly encouraging regionalism and cross-border cooperation between regions to further its own political and economic integration.

  • Regionalism has also been indirectly boosted by other EU policies, particularly the development of the Single European Market since the late 1980s
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3.5.2 Link checking sites

The World Wide Web contains millions of web pages. Many of these pages are impossible to read, even though many existing web pages will reference them: your browser will usually return with some message such as ‘Error 404 Page not Found’ when you try to access them. Error 404 is a standard message returned by web servers when a non-existent page is accessed. It is also the telephone area code for Atlanta in the United States; you will occasionally hear technical staff referring to non-exi
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Health Sciences Convocation, May 23, 2014, 2:30 p.m.
McMaster University convocation ceremony for the Faculty of Health Sciences (excluding Nursing). Ceremony starts at time location: 00:22:08
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2.2.11 Scandals, treatments and cost saving

In the 1960s critics of the quality of care for older people, such as Peter Townsend, The Last Refuge (1962), and Barbara Robb, Sans Everything (1967), added their voices to growing criticisms of institutional care, not only for older people but for users of mental health services and people with learning difficulties too. Government had already begun to take account of its responsibilities for the dire state and cost of many of these institutions and in a famous speech in 1961
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Norse Mythology: The Creation of the Universe

The universe was empty.  Ginnungagap, seeming emptiness and endless space, became two regions, Niflheim, the land of snow andice, and Muspelheim, the land of fire.  The collision of fire and ice caused a huge explosion.  Millions of tons of water went into the air they formed a body of a giant.  The giant took many years to be formed, his name was Augelmir.  His offspring called him Ymir and was the first of the mountain giants
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America's Cup Comes to San Francisco: Technology Under Sail
[Recorded: August 27, 2013] This is the 2013 "Summer of Racing" with some of the most sophisticated technology ever deployed in both America's Cup racing and for the tele­vised coverage of the race itself. The Museum is excited to host this special panel just before the America's Cup finals in September. Our guests include Ian "Fresh" Burns, Design Team Member and Matthew Mason, Grinder, both from Oracle Team USA Racing, and the man behind the technol­ogy driving the race, Stan Honey, Director
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MacPaint Interview and Demonstration, with Bill Atkinson and Andy Herzfeld
Interviewed by Aimee Gardner and Al Kossow on May 6, 2010 in Mountain View, California, X5818.2010 © Computer History Museum The Apple Macintosh combined brilliant design in hardware and in software.The drawing program MacPaint, which was released with the computer in January of 1984, was an example of that brilliance both in what it did, and in how it was implemented. MacPaint was written by Bill Atkinson, who was a member of the original Macintosh development team. He based it on his earlier
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ArtSleuth 4 - VIGÉE-LEBRUN: Marie-Antoinette and her Children - Palace of Versailles
Marie-Antoinette loves her children, but why isn't that enough to save her? More on http://www.artsleuth.net
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L'Art en Question 4 : Vigée-Lebrun, Marie-Antoinette et ses enfants (Versailles) - Version finale
Pourquoi l'amour maternel de Marie-Antoinette ne suffit pas à sauver la reine ? Plus d'infos sur la série et le projet sur http://www.canal-educatif.fr
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Panel Discussion: Women Shaping Our World: Architecture, Gender, and Space
The past decade has seen an unprecedented rise in interest in architecture and design, in both the public and private realms. In this discussion, focused on the intersection of architecture and gender, four women prominent in the architectural field will share their views on the social and political implications of their work, and on the role women play in shaping the culture at large. John Cary, Editor of PublicInterestDesign.org, moderates a panel that include Anne Fougeron, Principal, Fouger
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Panel Discussion: Groundswell's Voices Her'd Visionaries
This summer, seventeen teenagers participating in Voices Her'd Visionaries, Groundswell's young women's leadership program, collaborated with artists Nicole Schulman and Leola Bermanzohn to research, design, and fabricate the monumental mural "For Those Who Speak and Those Who Have Yet to Speak." Three of the project participants—Dakota Austin, Jennifer Etienne, and Marinique Mora—will share their experiences in creating the mural, a tribute to the CoMadres of El Salvador, a human rights gro
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5.2.1 Providing evaluative feedback

One of the roles of a leader is to provide group members with feedback on their performance. This is often an uncomfortable process for both the leader and the recipient. The main reason for this is a failure by both parties adequately to distinguish between the individual and what is being evaluated. When criticism is carelessly given, it is easy for the recipient to take it as an attack on his or her self-esteem. The result is that the recipient resists the feedback and responds in a defens
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3.1 Who is to be included?

Some critics have seen the focus on students with disabilities and difficulties in learning as distracting from the real issue, that is, the processes of inclusion and exclusion that leave many students, not simply those with disabilities, unable to participate in mainstream culture and communities (Booth, 1996). Such processes have an impact on many students, not just those with ‘special educational needs’.

In line with this way of thinking, the study of inclusion should be concern
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"We had an ice rink near the hotel." Professor Brian D. Josephson on his Nobel Week experience
Interview with Professor Brian D. Josephson by freelance journalist Marika Griehsel at the 54th meeting of Nobel Laureates in Lindau, Germany, June 2004.
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Lesson 03 - One Minute Romanian
In lesson 3 of One Minute Romanian you will learn to say that you can speak a little Romanian. Remember - even a few phrases of a language can help you make friends and enjoy travel more. Find out more about One Minute Romanian at our website - http://www.oneminutelanguages.com. One Minute Romanian is brought to you by the Radio Lingua Network and is ©Copyright 2008.Author(s): No creator set

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'Happy Birthday' in Russian tutorial


Learn How to say "Happy Birthday" in Russian in 2 minutes.

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Kangoeroe : Zoekopdracht op internet
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Leerlingen zoeken verschillende weetjes op over kangoeroes. Ze zoeken de antwoorden op www.spreekbeurten.nu/spreekbeurten.asp. Ze noteren hun …


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