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1.3.1 Introduction

Holding up the East Asian success story as the way forward has, as I indicated above, little appeal for the antisweatshop movement. For its members, a different image comes to mind of thousands of workers eking out a living from the numerous sweatshops which dot that part of the world: one that involves the perpetuation of poverty wage levels, the use and abuse of poor communities, and the constant taking advantage of what is ready to hand, followed by withdrawal and abandonment. What they se
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High School Aerospace Scholars (HAS) is a unique educational experience that combines online learning and face-to-face interaction with real engineers and scientists at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. The program not only inspires, engages and educates students, but also helps create a new workforce ready to serve our nation's future space exploration. Check out the HAS website for the application deadline: http://has.aerospacescholars.org/. For more information, also watch High
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2.7 Rotational symmetry

There is another kind of symmetry which is often used in designs. It can be seen, for instance, in a car wheel trim.

Look at the trim on the left. It does not have line symmetry but
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The website "British Slave Trade Legacies" (BSTL) is a web archiving project. The sites archived in BSTL attempt to index what was online from June 2007 to June 2008 detailing anniversary programmes created to educate the public. The Abolition of the Slave Trade Act passed in 1807 made it illegal for Britain to kidnap, capture, and transport African people from their homeland. In 2007 numerous organizations and community groups commemorated the bicentenary. Over 200 URLs are now collected in thi
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This section of the online teaching resource from the Open University concentrates upon giving a basic economic, social and political background to modern mainland China. From the main page, users may access textual information on: the influence of China on energy policy in Ghana; the Chinese education system; the economy's impact on the environment; and Chinese social freedoms. The two largest sections of the resource concentrate on China's school system, and an extended lecture on China's econ
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The UK's Guardian newspaper publishes this resource of collected news stories relating to Mainland China and its control of and expression in contemporary media. Content is updated along with news stories, but consistent topics include: blogging in contemporary China; government control and censorship of media resources; internet firewalls in China; and contemporary television culture.

Users access stories (listed in chronological order) through simple links, and the main page also acts as a
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The academic journal for 'North African and Andalusian Dialectological Studies' (EDNA) is a publication from the Spanish 'Institute of Islamic and Near Eastern Studies'. The journal is devoted to the study of the Arabic language in the Western regions of Maghreb and Alandalús, thus combining studies on contemporary and historical issues of Arabic dialects in these regions. Available on the site is the full-text content for all issues published between 1996 and 2004. Although Spanish is the main
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{Suresh 836} Short sentences लघु वाक्य ( Laghu vaaky) उसे मत चिढाओ | ( Usay mat chidhao.) Don’t tease him. उसे मेरे पास लाओ | ( Usay meray paas laao.) […]

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After studying this course, you should be able to:

  • understand some basic definitions and terminology associated with differential equations and their solutions

  • visualise the direction field associated with a first-order differential equation and be able to use a numerical method of solution known as Euler's method

  • use analytical methods of solution by direct integration; separation of variables; and the integrating factor method.


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West Hill, Cheviots, Northumberland. Enclosed settlement with earth and stone built ramparts, probably Iron Age in origin.
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Student loan debt in the United States -- at $1.3 trillion -- is the second-largest category of consumer debt. Are there common-sense ways to help curtail it?
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1.3.1 Introduction

You can find a lot of information about society on the internet.

To find this information you might choose to use:

  • internet resources;

  • search engines and subject gateways;

  • books and electronic books;

  • databases;

  • journals;

  • encyclopedias.


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Learn how to get photos from a hard disk into an indexed catalog. You'll also learn how to navigate the Folder Location view. Use with either Photoshop Elements version 7 or 8.
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#382: Going viral: Global food security under threat from crop and livestock diseases

Virologist and infectious diseases expert Prof John Fazakerley details the myriad threats to the global food supply from pathogen infestations in crops and livestock, and how new genetic and surveillance technologies are lending hope to keeping them in check. Presented by Dr Andi Horvath.


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Professor Peter Robertson, Business School, University of Western Australia presents "China's Economic Transformation and Implications for World Political Economy". 45th Otago Foreign Policy School. 25 June 2010.
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1.1 Note taking in this context

Although the audio file included in this unit was designed to compliment the D218 Social Policy: Welfare, Power and Diversity Open University course its contents are still relevant to anyone wishing to improve their understanding of note taking. The audio file, however, uses specific examples associated with the Social Sciences.

The audio file was recorded in 1998. John Clarke discusses the value and best ways of note taking with OU colleagues Esther Saraga and Gerry Mooney.


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