Introduction This unit will give you a stimulating and insightful account of the ways in which economists have tried to understand what labour market discrimination is and what its sources are. Notice the reference to the ‘ways [plural] … economists have tried to understand’. The most basic message of this unit is that economics is not a subject in which there is one single correct answer. This unit will also assist you in developing your ability to use and evaluate economic theory,
This unit will give you a stimulating and insightful account of the ways in which economists have tried to understand what labour market discrimination is and what its sources are. Notice the reference to the ‘ways [plural] … economists have tried to understand’. The most basic message of this unit is that economics is not a subject in which there is one single correct answer.
This unit will also assist you in developing your ability to use and evaluate economic theory,
Graduation 2012 - Tuesday July 24: AET Faculty, 5pm Ceremony
Coverage of the School of Film, Music & Performing Arts graduation ceremony.
NSIPP cloud cover: Feb 2002
Simulation of cloud cover over Antarctica and South America during February 2002.
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2012 Carl Smith Lecture: Jacinta Ruru: Undefined and Unresolved: Maori Legal Rights to Water
Jacinta Ruru of the Faculty of Law presents the 2012 Carl Smith Lecture on the topic “Undefined and Unresolved: Maori Legal Rights to Water”. 16 April 2012.
CSAFE and CTPI: Public Square – Climate Change: Just Sit Back and Enjoy the Grapes?
National business commentator Rod Oram, climate change scientist Dr Jim Salinger and Chief Executive of the Methodist Mission, Laura Black, discuss major ethical issues surrounding the climate change debate. Hosted jointly by the Centre for Theology and Public Issues and the Centre for Sustainability: Agriculture, Food, Energy, Environment. 11 October 2011.
One reason why gobies are considered to be a fish is because they are vertebrates. Vertebrate animals have a skeletal structure of bones to support their bodies.
Ligaments are flexible bands of fibrous tissue that connect the bones and bind the joints together. They connect bones to bones and they sometimes act as guides for tendons.
Fiddler crab burrows
Fiddler crabs dig small burrow holes to live in. They are often found on the beach. Other animals that live in burrows or holes in the ground are groundhogs, ants, and earthworms.
Skin covers and protects the body. Your skin also has the ability to detect differences in texture. Each fabric in this image has a different texture, or feel. Receptors on your skin translate the texture into a message and relay the message to your brain so that you interpret the difference in textures from one fabric to another.
Everyday objects under the microscope
Objects underneath a microscope can reveal new views of the object that wouldn't be seen without a microscope's aid.
Domain Bacteria is one of the three domains and includes the most diverse and widespread prokaryotes, which are cells lacking a true nucleus. The other prokaryotic domain is Domain Archaea.
Environments and Experiments
Environments are effected by the organisms that live in them. An environment is everything that surrounds and influences an organism. An environmental factor is one part of an environment-it can be living or nonliving.
Ecstasy is a dangerous drug that causes the release of serotonin, dopamine, norepinephrine, and acetylcholine. These molecules are neurotransmitters.
Leaving a bequest to UNSW
Five alumni talk about leaving a gift to UNSW in their Will to benefit future generations.
Why the Solar System Can Exist
If gravity is so attractive, why doesn't the earth just crash into the sun? Or the moon into the earth? The answer: Stable orbits. (02:07)
Re-Thinking Progress: The Circular Economy
There's a world of opportunity to re-think and re-design the way we make stuff. 'Re-Thinking Progress' explores how through a change in
perspective we can re-design the way our economy works - designing
products that can be 'made to be made again' and powering the system
with renewable energy. It questions, whether with creativity and
innovation, we can build a restorative economy.
Rocky Ant Hill
Ants build ant hills as a result of digging underground. They dig several different chambers underground to live in and raise young ants in. As they make these chambers, the ants bring the unneeded soil to the surface, forming what we see as an ant hill.