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4.1 Course themes and social work values

The next activity asks you to consider the relationship between the course themes and value requirements for social care workers set out below.

Activity 4 Course themes and social work values

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4.1 Uniting the developing countries

Several attempts have been made to form a united front of developing countries to negotiate a better deal at the WTO. They have met with little success because there are substantial conflicts of interest between them, for example between agricultural importers and exporters, and between small countries and those larger developing countries that have been able individually to use the lure of opening their markets to get a better deal from developed countries. Conflicts of interest arise too be
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10.10 Government policy, legislation and regulations

To a certain extent it's possible for governments to stimulate invention by providing incentives for manufacturers to develop new products and for consumers to buy and use them. One example of this process is in the field of vehicles powered by alternative fuels.

In the USA the Energy Policy Act of 1992 (EPAct) was passed to reduce US dependence on imported petroleum. The EPAct required federal and governmental departments with fleets over a certain size to acquire a percentage of alter
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Local knowledge is all
Kola Karim, CEO of Shoreline, has nurtured many companies to success. He now employs 5,000 people of different nationalities and says his local knowledge of Nigeria and Africa is the key to his successful business innovation.
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Festival of Britain, South Bank, Lambeth, London. The Royal Festival Hall viewed from the platform of the Lion and Unicorn Pavilion at the South Bank Exhibition site during the Festival of Britain. Photographed by M W Parry in 1951.
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The Economics of Bernie Sanders

As the political campaign of Hillary Clinton continues to run aground, Democrats are flocking to the campaign of Bernie Sanders, the self-described “socialist” US senator from Vermont, who has been a fixture in that state for more than three decades. Not unlike the presidential campaign of Ron Paul, Sanders is drawing large, enthusiastic crowds who are very receptive to his message of increased state control of the US economy.

Obviously, when a person running a campaign base
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TALAT Lecture 2301: Design of Members Example 3.1 Deflection of class 4 cross section
This example provides calculations on local buckling of members based on Eurocode 9.
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5 Contributors to the course

Giskin Day lectures on the Humanities undergraduate programme on the course ‘Communicating Science: the media and the public’ at Imperial College London. She also co-ordinates and lectures on the Medical Humanities taught option for fourth-year medical students. She originally trained as a botanist in South Africa and worked at Blackwell Science as a copy editor on medical journals before joining the Science Museum where she was publications officer. She has an MSc in Science Commu
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What makes a successful General Manager?
Exploring the importance of careers support, we follow students at the General Managers Speakers Panel. Designed for students and alumni with 8-25 years' experience, expert managers offered real insight into the realities of General Management.

A Life Cycle App for iOS
'Understanding life cycles is a integral part of every school curriculum.A life cycle is a period involving different stages of a species from birth through  reproduction. As kids grow, they need to know and understand how life starts, morphs through various stages into a adult and how life starts all over again. Various processes also exist in nature, that are also called life cycles since they follow a systematic flow through stages at regular intervals.This Life Cycles App is created by
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Virtual Maths - 2D Shapes, elipse
Interactive simulation demonstrating formula and calculation of area of an elipse
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Dr. Iain McGilchrist on The Divided Brain
Renowned British psychiatrist and author, Iain McGilchrist, delivers a lecture entitled Our Mind at War. Drawing from research in his latest book, The Master and his Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World, Dr. McGilchrist explains how an overreliance on ways of looking at the world characteristic of the left hemisphere may be partially responsible for the increase in mental illnesses globally, including depression. His lecture was produced in collaboration with the Lit
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Virtual Maths Data Handling - Light Meter tool
Light Meter simulation tool
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Whitman, Alabama
February 23, 2019 - June 9, 2019: Filmmaker Jennifer Crandall’s Whitman, Alabama brings Walt Whitman’s “Song of Myself” to life through the voices of Alabama residents. The film installation also features photographs that suggest the richness of American identity.
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The return of the 'German question' [Audio]
Speaker(s): Hans Kundnani, Quentin Peel | A panel debate to mark the launch of Hans Kundnani's recently published book 'The Paradox of German Power'. Hans Kundnani (@hanskundnani) is Research Director at the European Council on Foreign Relations & Associate Fellow, Birmingham University. Quentin Peel is Mercator Senior Fellow at Chatham House. Maurice Fraser is Head of the European Institute, LSE. The LSE European Institute (@LSEEI) was established in 1991 as a dedicated centre for the interdisc
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No 1 Dixa€™s Field, Exeter, Devon, 1942. Photographed by Margaret Tomlinson (1905-€“77) for the National Buildings Record. Silver gelatin glass plate negative. The elegant, Regency-style No 1 Dixa€™s Field in Exeter, was recorded before and after a Baedeker bombing raid in 1942. Based in Devon, Margaret Tomlinson was an architect and architectur
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Virtual Maths , Shapes Space and Measure, Theodolite survey formula
Theodolite survey, information, formula, and calculation
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Faithful attend Palm Sunday processions in the Holy Land
Hundreds of worshippers attend Palm Sunday processions in Jerusalem and the West Bank to mark the beginning of Easter festivities. Vanessa Johnston reports. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international new
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4.6 Agency explanations: rational choice theory

The work of the Chicago School, despite the potential pitfalls of participant observation, does demonstrate that if you want to know why people commit crimes it makes sense to ask them. In his memoir of a criminal career in the early twentieth century entitled Jail Journey, Jim Phelan wrote:

The robber is a tradesman who, from economics or other motivation, chooses a trade with greater rewards and dangers th
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2.9 Repeated measurements

Scientists are always concerned with the reliability and precision of their data, and this is the prime reason for them to repeat measurements many times. Consider the photograph shown in Figure 6, which is the result of X-ray diffraction (see Box 5). To determine the atomic structure of the substance that produced this pattern, it would be necessary to measure the diameters of the fuzzy rings. At one time, this would probably have been done with an instrument called a travelling microscope;
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