Literary Festival 2013: A Life in Politics – leading London from the left [Audio]
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On completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • identify criteria to evaluate whether prison works.


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Dr Jonathan Vickery, from the Centre for Cultural Policy Studies, talks about his study of cultural led regeneration under New Labour. Here he explains the concept and why the Labour government embraced it.
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Much of today's global interconnectedness has been shaped by the legacies of long-standing trading patterns, imperial expansion, colonisation and strategic military interventions. From the late seventeenth century to the mid twentieth century, Britain presided over the largest empire in global history – although expansion was tempered by adjustment as former colonies gained independence. With the benefit of hindsight, the American War of Independence (1775–1783) or the American Revolution
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"Building an active community": An interview with Megan Williams & Sally Fitzpatrick
In this video, Megan Williams and Sally Fitzpatrick from Muru Marri School of Public Health and Community Medicine, UNSW, discuss effective strategies for building an active community in a blended learning environment. They view themselves as engagers and discuss how introducing some simple strategies such as student introductions, using art, creating an open, safe and exciting learning space can help the participants feel comfortable and bond. This forms the basis for students going through a l
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Andrew W. Lo, Charles E. and Susan T. Harris Professor; Director, Laboratory for Financial Engineering
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Pages magazine is an Iranian contemporary arts ejournal, published partly online and also distributed in paper form from The Netherlands. The journal is published in English. At May 2009 there are tables of contents for seven issues online, with many articles from the print edition freely available online in HTML format. Issues are themed. Example free online article titles include: 'Cultural Identity or National Modernism?'; 'The Font Crisis A conversation between Farhad Fozouni, Hamed Yousefi
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GLS 2010 panel 2 highlights: Inside out
Nirmalya Kumar, Savio Kwan, Ravi Kant and Mo Ibrahim discuss the latest trend of emerging market companies exporting and taking over companies in the west. Leading companies from Brazil, India and China share their experiences
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Listen: Join philosophical conversation at Vanderbilt Berry Lectures
Thought-provoking questions about the morality of war, treatment of others and obligations toward the dead will be explored during the 2013 Berry Lectures in Public Philosophy at Vanderbilt University.
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By the end of this section, you will be able to: Describe how changes to gene expression can cause cancer Explain how changes to gene expression at different levels can […]

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