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Daniel Sanchez interviews Robert Murphy to discuss his upcoming online course, which consists of six lectures of economics instruction, starting from the ground up. This course is especially good for high schoolers and home schoolers. For more information, or to enroll, visit academy.mises.org.

Our Current Economic Predicament
Interviewed by Merlin Rothfeld and John O'Donnell, Mark Thornton offers an Austrian perspective on our current predicament in the U.S., presents potential likely outcomes, and proposes solutions which may help the U.S. government get out from under its current mountain of debt.

1.2.3 Activity 2

Before you read on, I would like you to dwell for just a moment on the significance of this shift from direct investment by Western firms to the establishment of subcontracting ties with overseas partners. Aside from outside firms being able to p
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1.1 Aim

This free course introduces you to the proposition that our mental models change through learning, and that the main dr
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EN-9. The urban biodiversity (Vidéo)

With Nathalie Machon, we will discover the urban biodiversity. She proposes a zoning of cities depending on the extent of the green areas, then she explains the ecological features specific to this environment. She concludes with an overview of the different groups of species we can observe in town.


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4.2 Formulating rules

Activity 4 should have shown you that the language used for making rules can sometimes make them difficult to understand. Given that we can only comply with a rule if we know what it means, this is a big problem! In this part of the unit we are going to look at the process of making rules in more detail – and you are going to have the opportunity to make a rule that can be understood and which is effective in achieving what it sets out to do.

It is worth restating that rules are made
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1.1 Themes shaping practice

There are five main themes running through this course. These themes, though not uncontested or fixed, are based on core principles and ideas that shape practice in the field of social care and social work in the statutory, independent and voluntary sectors. They are:

  1. Partnership

  2. Empowerment and anti-oppressive practice

  3. Rights

  4. Accountability

  5. Valuing diversity.

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Envisioning (starting the project) 1: Stakeholders and Personas
Envisioning (starting the project) 1: Stakeholders and Personas - UNSPECIFIED Keywords:stakeholder analysis , Personas , envisioning , agile methods
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5 Conclusion

As we have seen, pensions are both inherently personal and political. Pensions and other social policies are heavily implicated in shaping the way older people experience their personal lives, and the way in which these personal lives have become constructed as ‘other’. Providing a means by which older lives could be ‘divided up’ and divided out of the domain of paid employment, and reconstituted through the arena of public and private welfare, this process is also informed by differe
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4.6 False identification

If you think back to the Heathrow experimental system and the United Arab Emirates system described earlier, you can see that the false matches and false non-matches open up possibilities for these systems to malfunction. In the Heathrow scheme, a false match could mean that a person who was not enrolled might be allowed through. In the United Arab Emirates scheme, a false non-match might mean that a person who should be stopped is allowed through. These are examples of identification error.<
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2.5.1 Anglo-zone connections

Much of today's global interconnectedness has been shaped by the legacies of long-standing trading patterns, imperial expansion, colonisation and strategic military interventions. From the late seventeenth century to the mid twentieth century, Britain presided over the largest empire in global history – although expansion was tempered by adjustment as former colonies gained independence. With the benefit of hindsight, the American War of Independence (1775–1783) or the American Revolution
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Learn how you can utilize Chef to deploy Windows Azure resources in this DevOps interview with Senior Technical Evangelist Ross Gardler from MS Open Tech. Ross spends most of the time demoing how to initially deploy a Linux Chef server on Windows Azure, configure the Chef server, and connect the Chef client to the server - all using Chef knife-azure commands.

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The Future of Asian Financial Markets in a Changing World [Audio]
Speaker(s): Zhu Min, Professor Lord Stern | Mr Zhu will review broad global trends and argue that globally we may be witnessing a fundamental shift in the direction of change. This shift will be analysed using several perspectives, including clusters and spillovers. Implications on global gravity, deleveraging, and growth will be discussed. Mr Zhu will also focus on the financial sector in Asia. After reviewing the current structure of the financial sector, he will discuss key challenges the sec
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A first grade teacher demonstrates a hands-on activity helping students build number sense through number bonds. Singapore Math teaches the whole, and the part, and the part. This is a great professional development resource. (1:12)
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3.1 Modelling properties

This section provides a model for properties interpreted in terms of the average thermal energy of all the constituent atoms of a material. Since absolute temperature T is a measure of average atomic kinetic energy, we shall expect to be looking at properties that change gradually with T, roughly proportionally, over a wide range. In terms of the classification introduced in Author(s): The Open University

Virtual Maths, Shapes Space and Measure, Surface of semi cylinder
Interactive simulation demonstrating how to calculate the surface area of a cover for an astro turf pitch including the ends by using a semi (half) cylinder.
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A new degree programme that breaks the mould
Julian Birkinshaw, Deputy Dean of Programmes, discusses the new Masters in Management degree programme that will welcome students from around the world for its first intake in August 2009
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Learn everyday Japanese conversation with JapanesePod101.com! It’s early spring in Japan, and while that means beautiful cherry blossoms to admire, it also means your allergies are flaring up. You try to manage without medicine, but when it gets so bad that you can’t see the computer screen in your Japanese office because of your watery [...]
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