Don't Believe the Liberal Media?
The media is under siege in this election — and the phenomenon isn't limited to the campaign for U.S. president. In this episode, Celeste and John talk with two powerful news editors in the United States and Europe about covering politics in an era when people think they're entitled not just to their own opinions, but their own facts. Marty Baron, the Pulitzer Prize-winning executive editor of The Washington Post, speaks about the moral obligation — and occasional frustrations — of truth
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Inilah beberapa pertanyaan tentang Suara Hati yang Saya Ary Ginanjar Agustian pernah lontarkan kepada beberapa peserta seminar di Bali...

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Five innovative ways to use newspapers in the classroom.

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Dr. Frank Nyonator, Dean of the School of Public Health at the University of Health and Allied Sciences, Ghana, spoke at the Harvard School of Public Health as part of the Decision-making: Voices from the Field series on February 25, 2014. Watch the entire "Voices from the Field" leadership series at http://hsph.me/voices. The Decision-making: Voices from the Field webcast leadership discussion series at Harvard School of Public Health invites leaders to speak about their experiences making dec
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Self-folding robots
A team of engineers at Harvard and MIT have designed and built a flat-packed robot that assembles itself and walks away. Learn more at http://hvrd.me/A2mM9.
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#311: Compound benefits: Creating new materials to aid cleaner energy generation

Materials scientist Prof David Sholl explains how new hi-tech metal hydrides and metal-organic frameworks can be used to increase the efficiency of nuclear power stations and  to capture carbon dioxide emissions in coal-fired power plants. Presented by Dr Shane Huntington.


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4.1.4 Summary

  • Identity is based on being the same as some people and different from others.

  • Identities are constructed in relation to place.

  • Difference is unequally weighted and can create categories of outsiders.

  • Individuals and groups have to negotiate both the uncertainties of social change and the constraints of inequality.


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Full story: http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg22329814.700 A Japanese team has created a program that can improve the craziest design for a paper plane, ensuring it has the right aerodynamics to stay aloft
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These materials are located at the KPMG University Connection website and will require a free registration (email address and password) in order to access and download them. The SOX Challenge is designed to present the content of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 in a way that is both interactive and fun. The first part of the SOX Challenge discusses a series of financial fraud cases from 2002 and examines the economic and political climate that led to the development of this legislation. The
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RAF Tornado jets to carry out surveillance to support the delivery of aid to refugees trapped on mountains in northern Iraq. Sarah Toms 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 news. For over
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This reflective case study and poster relates to a specific event staged by students and examines the phases and critical points within the whole process. It identifies some key learning outcomes for all involved
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A short flash talk from Peter Hatfield, Oxford Physics, who discusses the origins of the galaxies we see in our night sky and the mysterious nature of dark matter. Galaxies are huge clusters of hundreds of billions of stars - the Milky Way is our galaxy, itself just one of many billions more. But even these are diminutive compared with the sea in which they swim, dark matter, an unknown substance we cannot see with our telescopes. We will look back in time over more than half the age of the Univ
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1 Natural climate change?

The chart below shows a record of the global mean surface temperature of the Earth compiled for the past 140 years. Clearly there is an upward trend, but what does a chart like this really show?