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Men, Women & Health - New approaches to research and theory for improving health and health care
Men’s and women’s health have tended to be treated in rather stereotypical ways – as if all men are careless about their health, simply by virtue of their masculinity; and women’s health, when it comes down to it, is all about their gynaecology. This lecture will introduce the radically new approaches to gender and health being taken by the Centre for Men’s Health and the Feminism and Health Research Group at Leeds Metropolitan University. Their work acknowledges that, even in these
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FIRST AID App for Android
The application puts suggestions to treat everyday emergencies in your hand.Features:· Easy to use Spanish language toggle to switch translation directly inside the app.· HEAT STROKE AND RELATED CONTENT NOW INCLUDED IN LEARN AND EMERGENCY TABS· Simple step-by-step instructions guide you through everyday first aid scenarios.· Fully integrated with 9-1-1 so you can call EMS from the app at any time.· Videos and animations make learning first aid fun and easy.&mid
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La mise en collection des sacculines (Vidéo)

Interview de Fabien Tredez, doctorant au Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, sur la mise en collection des sacculines.


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La citoyenneté dans l'Antiquité gréco-latine. Qui est citoyen ? Qui ne l'est pas ? (audio)


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La citoyenneté dans l'Antiquité gréco-latine. Qui est citoyen ? Qui ne l'est pas ?

1. Les citoyens et leurs fils légitimes

2. Les femmes et les filles des citoyens

3. Les étrangers de passage ou résidents
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Antidote (2005) www.antidote.org.uk [accessed 14 February 2008].
Ashley, J. (2005) ‘It is adults who have made teenagers’ lives a misery’, Guardian, 3 February, p. 24.
Barton, L. (2005) ‘S'alright … Being 15’, Guardian G2, 16 March, p. 2.
Beck, U. (1992) Risk Society: Towards a New Modernity, London, Sa
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This extract is taken from D315: Crime, order and social control, produced by the BBC on behalf of the Open University.

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“Baltimore Drowning: A Slavic Microhistory of Global Proportions"
mann poster This talk by Keith Brown of Brown University was the keynote address of "Rethinking Crossroads: Macedonia in Global Context." The conference assembled both young and established scholars whose social-scientifically and humanistically informed work speaks to the contemporary realities of the Republic of Macedonia as they continue to be reshaped by actors and p
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On completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • understand how to start SPSS;

  • define a variety of statistical variables;

  • enter basic data into SPSS;

  • carry out a statistical analysis that can test hypotheses.


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2.4 Bringing your learning together in reflective practice

Consolidating your learning

In this section you are going to bring together the knowledge and skills you have gained so far and consider what is meant by ‘reflective practice’. You have been introduced to different ways of understanding the role of a social worker and the lives of the people social workers work with. You should have started to recognise the different aspects of what it means
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Delirium: Prevent, Identify, Treat

The American Nurses Association and the American Delirium Society are teaming up to empower frontline nurses to prevent delirium.


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Solving Multi-Step Linear Equations w/ Combining Like Terms
This video from Khan Academy starts off with a black screen because the narrator uses it as a 'chalkboard'. This video is appropriate for high school students. Linear equations with multiple variable and constant terms.
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When to Use a Comma with a Prepositional Phrase
Use a comma with a prepositional phrase if the phrase is non-restrictive, or if the prepositional phrase is being used as an introductory phrase. Avoid using a comma with a prepositional phrase if the sentence reads clearly without the comma. The teacher stands at her white board and shows examples as she lectures. (1:26)
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Politics in 60 seconds. Disaster politics
Dr Vanessa Pupavac defines a polical concept in 60 seconds for those with a spare minute to learn something new. This videocast focusses on disaster politics as a political concept. Warning: video does contain bloopers and out takes. May 2010 Suitable for Undergraduate study and Community education Dr Vanessa Pupavac, School of Politics and International Relations Dr Vanessa Pupavac is a lecturer in International Relations at the University of Nottingham. She has previously worked for the U
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2.6 New media
www……..gov.uk You can now access government directly through the web. E-government in action. While studying this unit you look at the scope of e-government, the databases that are necessary, the use of biometrics in identification and verification of identity and assess the usability and accessibility of websites.
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Introduction to SPSS
An online introductory course on version 18 of the statistics package SPSS. The course consists of a series of short tutorials which introduce users to the basics of SPSS and also includes guides to various statistical tests.
Introduction to SPSS was developed by Christine Gratton
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Toward Regulation of Nanomaterials: Cluster Discussion 3
Learn More: http://reilly.nd.edu/conference/nanomaterials
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11.1 Introduction

A stand-alone computer needs two main components to manipulate data: a processor and a working memory.


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2.2 2.2 Diversity between states

To attempt more precise definitions would run the risk of arbitrarily excluding many of the phenomena we need to address. In fact the intentionally loose, multifaceted nature of these definitions reflects the reality of regional diversity, which has many dimensions. The differences start with the states which in practical political terms largely define regions, for they are themselves very different in area and population size, in economic strength, in cultural homogeneity or heterogeneity, a
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