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ADB Course Part 4
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1. Introducing diversity and difference

This course focuses on issues of difference and diversity in a specific sense. Rather than analysing diversity in terms of kinds of communication and relationships, the focus here shifts to diversity in terms the people involved in interactions in care settings. Again, it is simple common sense to state that ‘good’ communication in health and social care services involves acknowledging and responding to the diverse needs and backgrounds of everyone involved, whether service
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{Suresh 388} Useful Glossary
{Suresh 388}  Useful glossary   Purpose: To learn the correct pronunciation of words and understand the meaning and  understand the sentences from a couple of words enlisted below:- उपयोगी  शब्दावली  ( Upyogee... Related posts:

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21H.007J Empire: Introduction to Ancient and Medieval Studies (MIT)
This course is an investigation of the Roman empire of Augustus, the Frankish empire of Charlemagne, and the English empire in the age of the Hundred Years War. Students examine different types of evidence, read across a variety of disciplines, and develop skills to identify continuities and changes in ancient and medieval societies. Each term this course is different, looking at different materials from a variety of domains to explore ancient and mideveal studies. This version is a capture of t
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Automobiles Freed Us from the Tyranny of Horses
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Thanks to the automobile, Americans live in an age of extremely inexpensive transportation, by historical measures. 

In the United States in 2015, there was approximately one motor vehicle per 1.21 people. With the excepti
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What's Love Got to Do With It? Chapter 3 (for mature audiences)
What's Love Got to Do With it? Chapter 3 701 Whaley St. February 14, 2009 Columbia area artists participating in the exhibition "What's Love Got to Do With It? Chapter 3" discuss their work, the...

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4.3 Indirect use of solar energy

The above examples illustrate the direct harnessing of the sun's radiant energy to produce heat and electricity. But the sun's energy can also be harnessed via other forms of energy that are indirect manifestations of its power. Principally, these are bioenergy and hydropower, already discussed in Section 3 above, together with wind energy and wave power.


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1.9 Increasing complication, complexity and risk: summary

The three levels of change problem, simplicity, complication and complexity, can be associated with craft, engineering and systems engineering knowledge. The three categories of change problem represent different levels of uncertainty of what needs to be done and how to do it. The greater uncertainty brings increased risk. Although we tend to be risk averse we will take on greater risk if the returns are commensurate with doing so.

Human experience can be divided into three worlds. The
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Distance, Rate, and Time Song – Learn Algebra – Learning Upgrade
Teaches how to solve rate word problems (distance, rate, time) step-by-step using a graphic organizer. (02:11)
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Precast 10: Behavior Genetics 3 & Nervous System 1
ENHANCED podcast on behavior genetics (already covered in class) and an introduction to the nervous system.
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Visit the Great Attractions of Fez, Morocco
This one minute video about this historic site and includes images and a discussion of what to see and provides teachers with material to use to compare and contrast cultures.



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Can Women Stop War? | Institute of Politics
HKS Lecturer and former U.S. Ambassador to Austria (1993-97) Swanee Hunt moderated the 15th annual Institute for Inclusive Security Colloquium panel discussion with female leaders and activists Vanessa Lievano Gutierrez of Colombia, Mariam Jalabi of Syria, Ambassador Mathilde Mukantabana of Rwanda, Suraya Pakzad of Afghanistan, and Irene M. Santiago of the Philippines. "Can Women Stop War?" explored international security concerns, challenges for female politicians, gender-specific violence, and
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One Minute Languages - Schedules
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Consumers talk economy
Aug. 12 - The average consumer weighs in on how the stock market volatility and bitterness in Washington affects their spending plans. ROUGH CUT. No reporter narration.
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3.3 Dams

To economize on constructional materials and costs, it is desirable to build a dam at a narrow part of a valley so that the dam can be kept as short as possible. The quantity of constructional materials needed to build dams, and their cost, can be enormous. The Aswan High Dam, built during the 1960s, cost £400 million for a 1.2 km dam. Though shorter than the Aswan High Dam, the longest dam in Britain, the Kielder Dam in Northumberland (Author(s): The Open University

Trusted Computing Rants, Regrets and Research
How do we build trustworthy hardware, and how can we use that to increase the trustworthiness of broader distributed computation? Sean presents some things he's learned, some things he wishes he had done differently, and some things he'd still like to do. How do we build trustworthy hardware, and how can we use that to increase the trustworthiness of broader distributed computation? These questions have followed Sean through a variety of venues in his career so far: academia, government, start-u
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11.942 Regional Energy-Environmental Economic Modeling (MIT)
This subject is on regional energy-environmental modeling rather than on general energy-environmental policies, but the models should have some policy relevance. We will start with some discussion of green accounting issues; then, we will cover a variety of theoretical and empirical topics related to spatial energy demand and supply, energy forecasts, national and regional energy prices, and environmental implications of regional energy consumption and production. Where feasible, the topics will
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1.4.3 Aspirin

Question 1

Compare the structure of aspirin, 2.8, with that of salicylic acid, 2.7. What similarities and differences can you see?


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1.6 Binding forces in molecular and non-molecular substances - a first look

As we shall see in Section 4, elementary bonding theories imply that materials as different as salt, iodine and aluminium are held together by different types of chemical bond. However, all binding forces between atoms are essentially electrical, and arise from a balance of forces acting between positively charged nuclei and negatively charg
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5.2 Studying the materials

This is the period when you will be working on your course materials in preparation for the assignment. This may include working through written or electronic texts, any other associated reading or media components, possibly attending a tutorial, accessing any other information that you need and making notes or records of it. Some courses give you a lot of direct guidance on how to work through the course materials; others present you with a range of options and routes. Some courses, particul
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