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Discrimination is a topic in many ways. Students at different universities report discrimination in the context of the pandemic. They experience discrimination due to their disability, their social background, their religion, their nationality a.s.o. Do you know research projects that systematically investigate discrimination at universities?
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There are no active projects
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How do I get a deposit number in the National Library and Documentation House for my book ?
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You can access through library OPAC
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There are inspiring examples of cooperation among nations during the outbreak of Covid 19 as manifested in the Chinese assistance of other nations. Any examples and references on this?
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It was in 2015, when 193 countries agreed on 17 common Goals to achieve up to 2030. Three years after the Goals are still measured by outdated aggregated data from National statistics offices.
So we decided to starting a worldwide survey, the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Monitor to assessing the impact of each of the 17 Goals on each country:
So we await your kind score on the impact of the SDGs on your country.
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In the last few years, a lot has changed, ie a lot has been done in terms of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. On the other hand, the degree of implementation of the individual 17 Sustainable Development Goals is significantly diversified and for most of these goals it is still insufficient to meet the needs that arise from, inter alia, from sustainable economic development, from pro-environmental transformation of the economy, protection of the natural environment, biodiversity and climate of the planet, development of renewable energy sources, reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and environmental pollution, improvement of waste segregation techniques and recycling, development of ecological agriculture, afforestation of civilization degraded areas, reducing income stratification of citizens, etc. Much has been done on these issues in recent years, but much more remains to be done. There is a lack of a coordinated policy for the implementation of all 17 goals and an integrated policy of ministries and central public institutions for the necessary environmental transformation of the classic growth, brown economy of excess to a sustainable, green, zero-emission economy of zero growth and circularity. This is a key issue in the context of the urgent need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and counteract the accelerating global warming process. The issue of the high level of significance of this issue was also confirmed by the Sixth IPCC Report "Climate Change 2021: the Physical Science Basis", published on August 9, 2021, i.e. based on the analysis of research results and 14 thousand. scientific work, a report summarizing the current and predicted climate changes prepared by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change operating at the United Nations. In the European Union, pioneering legislative changes and actions are taken in the field of pro-ecological reforms aimed at accelerating the process of reducing greenhouse gas emissions. In 2020, the SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19) coronavirus pandemic caused a deep economic recession in many countries, a significant decline in the level of services provided and production in some sectors of the economy, a decrease in consumption, economic growth, an increase in unemployment, etc. Due to the recommended home quarantine and the introduced lockdowns, some citizens switched to remote work via the Internet and reduced the use of motor vehicles, saved time and costs of commuting. In mid-2020, a pandemic-induced decline in environmental pollution was recorded in some urbanized and industrialized parts of the world. However, these pro-environmental positive processes did not last long. There was an opportunity to significantly increase the scale of the implementation of the pro-environmental policy, the implementation of the sustainable development goals, and the pro-environmental transformation of the economy. However, in the programs of anti-crisis state interventionism, which was and is mainly economic interventionism, the above-mentioned possibility was not used and the scale of pro-ecological reforms and the implementation of the sustainable development goals was not increased.
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Does Norway have some national laws limiting the BAC levels considered "legal" or "acceptable" for driving?
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The development of a vaccine for COVID-19 has become a battleground for many countries to prove to the world/their own peoples that their technology is superior and better than the competitors at the international stage. it is always a point of concern when science is serving the political establishment. Russia claimed that they have developed 'the first' Covid-19 vaccine. WHO is raising concern about the validity of this claim and urging Russia to provide sufficient data to back this claim.
Is it possible for the same scenario to be repeated in the US? An election is near and COVID-19 vaccine development can influence the result.
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I have a question regarding the communication between a HPLC 2695 Alliance and the PC/Empower software. I know that it works with a BUS/LACe card.
Is it possible to use a GPIB-USB-B connector from National Instruments instead of a BUS/LACe card ?
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In 19th and 20th centuries wooden architecture became very popular among researchers and enthusiasts of vernacular culture in Central and Eastern Europe. Numerous texsts by professional scholars and amateurs reflected their general opinions on communities they associated with timber constructions. Many remarks and theories testfied to ethnic tensions as well as heterostereotypes and autostereotypes coined by competing ethnic groups. German scholars, for example, percieved Upper Silesian wooden churches as monuments to original Slavic culture petrified due to the backwardness and poverty believed by them to be characteristic of Slavs. This view corresponded with the myth of Prussian/German cultural mission in the East.
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Timber houses in northern Europe
Timber houses, also known as wooden huts, originated in northern European countries such as Sweden, Finland, Norway and Russia. The reason is that in these places, what was found in abundance was forests and trees. Timber houses have a very prominent exterior. Usually the color of these houses is burnt brown to black and the timber is placed horizontally. In the corners, the beams are fastened together. Of course, before the construction of these houses, brick houses related to the Viking period style were very common in these areas. Later in the mid-17th century, Swedish immigrants introduced this style of home to the people of North America, and later Native Americans and American colonists imitated this style of architecture.
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On White Supremacy:
The obsession as to whether human-kind is fundamentally bad or good has preoccupied scholars for millennia. This can be traced back to the Catholic theologian, Augustine (354-430), who believed that men and women are basically bad, all born into original sin, and therefore require close supervision by which to cleanse their souls. In the enlightened age, intellectuals such as Rousseau (1712-1778) came up with the counter argument defending the premise that human-kind is basically good, an ethos that has been adopted by many liberal societies of today even if only by lip-service. We know that if one wants an economy that is maximally uncreative and unproductive, totalitarianism (left or right driven) is the best political system by which to achieve this. Here a minority of the population under its leadership employs all the state’s resources to control the majority under the assumption that the majority has ‘bad habits’ that must be altered and if not possible contained using police-state tactics. Such a society is unsustainable, as we witnessed with the disintegration of the Soviet Union in December 1991.
So, what about White Supremacy. This viewpoint has a long history in the United State going back to the age of slavery [1620 to 1865] when Black people (including their children) were sold and killed like cattle. At its zenith in 1860, some 13% of the US population, 4 million people of a population of 31 million, were enslaved. Shortly after the passage of the 13th Amendment (which was meant to end slavery in 1865) segments of the White population resisted this policy by forming the Ku Klux Klan who adopted an Augustine-viewpoint that led to the mass lynching of mainly Black males that continued well into the mid-20th Century. According to the Equal Justice Initiative (2017), 4084 African-Americans were lynched between 1877 and 1950, mainly in the Southern United States. In the 1960’s three acts were passed by Congress to remedy this bad history: the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and the Civil Rights Act of 1968.
Now let us fast forward to the Age of Trump (2016-2020). Donald Trump, an Independent, became a Republican so that he could win the presidential election in November 2016. His madness, which includes racism, bigotry, and contempt for women, is expressed regularly via Twitter and Fox News. This madness has now been amplified by the recent killing of an African American man, George Floyd, who was caught on camera being suffocated by a Minneapolis police officer. With Christian Bible in hand and in front of St. Johns church in Washington DC, Trump declared (much like Hitler did during his rallies in the 30 and 40’s) that he would impose law and order on the masses who are protesting the killing of George Floyd. So far, 10,000 protesters have been arrested by police (Aljazeera, June 4, 2020). The ~ 25,000 White Supremacist of America are standing by to see whether Trump can create an opportunity for them to return America to its roots: by having a large segment of the population (mainly immigrant and non-White) be put under the control of a White minority to satisfy (unbeknown to them) the dictates of the Catholic theologian, Augustine (354-430). If you believe in humanity and its sustainability, you can never allow this to happen since this is a recipe to continuous warfare, much like what goes on in the Middle East today.
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Not accepted at all. All popple must equal. All humans are from one origin.
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How would the University of the future be? What would be the students like? What areas would students be learning on? What would the resources be like? Would attendance be required? How would students and lecturers participate in acquiring skills and competencies? What would assessments be like? What competencies would graduates have? How would quality assurance be carried out? Would there be a difference between Universities in small island nations and those in big nations?
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Dynamic changes in labor market needs and increased competition between universities (as well as with other organizations providing various educational services) increase the requirements for the adaptability of universities. In addition to educational and scientific activities, universities have an important social mission. Therefore, the most difficult task is to combine the traditions and quality of education with the need to respond quickly to change.
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Currently working on the theory of American humor and satire, making a list of some national specifics of them
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American satire has now developed into a new genre--Gallows Humor. The difference is that satire represents a particular point of view, but Gallows Humor does not. Gallows humor criticizes all points of view. Examples include John Irving's THE WORLD ACCORDING TO GARP, Joseph Heller's CATCH 22, Ken Kesey's ONE FLEW OVER THE COOKOO'S NEST, etc. Here is a PowerPoint about American satire.
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Agriculture is the major contributor to the national economy, livelihood and employment since long. However, despite the priority in the national policies, the growth of the agriculture sector is merely around 3% that is not able to contend increasing population growth.
I would love to know- What are the challenges and problems?
Can agriculture still lead the national economy?
Why many national policies and agricultural policies could not help farmers and the agriculture sector?
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As per the agricultural sector concern not only the Nepal but all the other economies around the globe feel slowdown which may be related to pandemic outbreak coupled with other regional factors. but if we look into deep all the countries where agriculture is a major contributor seems poor and less developed compared to one those depend on service or industrial sector. The main reason agriculture is monsoon dependent, fluctuation in market price and consumer preferences severely also paly major role which are hard to manage.
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There are sayings or phrases praising and honoring the mother. For example, Ahmad Shawki, a renowned Egyptian poet said, “The mother is a school, if she is well prepared, you will build a nation with distinction” "الأم مدرسة إذا أعدتها أعدت شعبا طيب الأعراق
Another saying, “The paradise (heaven) is under the mothers’ feet
الجنة تحت أقدام الأمهات
Do you think such sayings can be held as universal? Do you have or recall similar sayings?
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" ألمرأة شرف و اشرف ما فيها انها ام لا غنى عنها "
English: A woman is an honor and honorable thing in which
she is an indispensable mother
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Do you think that finding a better job opportunity is a sufficient justification for emigrating and leaving the nation’s service?
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I think yes!
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Free trade is seen as utilitarian. Has not your peacemaking function so often been relegated to the second plan?
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Migration is also important.
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I explore the relation between catholicism and nationalism as expressed in the art. Merging of religious and national contents has become common in Poland. I'm looking for comparable examples from other countries, where catholicism has been used to underpin the national identity or where it has been fit into the national framework, and for relevant literature.
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the royal coat of arms prevails in all religious foundations with royal patronage.
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History helpful for national building
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Dr .AR .Saravanakumar Dear, History is a great teacher. It teaches what our forefathers did, what the left undone, what we should do in present and what we should left for the generations to come.
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I am looking for empirical evidence on the topic. Id generation Z globally sharing similar values, beliefs and perception of volunteering or national culutr still matters?
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Dwar Mary Wilson, thank you very much. I have the article, but no the book. It seems to be very interesting.
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I am working on research paper in the environmental sustainability. Kindly suggest the available literature related to this topic.
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Well, Dhani, while some actions must be coordinated across borders (water management regionally, for example) and globally (setting GHG targets), most countries must define and apply locally-appropriate actions. These don't have to be in conflict (necessarily) with other national goals like agriculture production or industrialization, but the tradeoffs (economic and political) and potential multiple-wins must be carefully and transparently assessed. One recent report that explains those issues is freely accessible here: https://www.glopan.org/foresight2/
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Is it better for a national economy to have relatively low interest rates to encourage more borrowing or is it better to have relatively high interest rates to encourage savings? Why?
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It depends on how low interest rates are already.
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I want clear concept about balance of payment and its relation to national economy.
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surplus trade balance rather than deficit trade balance also have favorable effects on balance of payment
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I am trying to build an ephys rig with multiple amplifiers and use the WinWCP Whole Cell Electrophysiology Analysis Program to acquire the signals. In order to do so, I was planning to use a National Instruments PCIe-6353 analog to digital converter rendering 16 channels. I have previously tried the PCIe-6351 board with this software and it worked perfectly but I was wondering if there could be any compatibility issues with the PCIe-6353. Any suggestions will be greatly welcomed!!!
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Hi everyone, thanks for your feedback! As Javier Zorrilla de San Martin suggested, I have contacted John Dempster. He was extremelly kind and offered different solutions. Basically, he said I should be able to fully operate up to 4 amplifiers due to the limit of 4 analog outputs in these NI cards. In order to connect more amplifiers, one of the 4 outputs should be routed to the extra amplifier stimulus inputs. He also offered to upgrade WinWCP to enable the support of more than 4 amplifiers, which is the current default.
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Can we use sentinel animals ,if we can then what would be the troubleshootings being encountered?
Since there is no pepper use of sentinel animals world wide ,is to possible to organize such kind of project at national level?
I think its best approach for livestock revenue enhancement.
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Super power nations, why not come together to form a team of medical professionals against covid?
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Dear Apanisile,
Many developed nations have sufficient resources and sufficient teams for creating coronavirus vaccine - only time is necessary for these teams. It may be that several countries at short time differences will have the good and sufficiently tested vaccines. Other problems, connected to COVID-19, have to be attributed to international organizations, politicians, countries' and municipalities' administrations.
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Journal publication
Inter disciplinary area
various nationality
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Joint research project, or answers to the questionnaires of the projects, for instance. Of course, publication of joint articles and books.
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Hi, can any one guide how could we calculate national figure for a health statistic where subnational figures are available but no national figure is reported?
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Hi. The guiding principle here tends to be weighted averaging, supplemented as needed with inference for missing subareas. So for example, suppose you have % of population aged 6-18 in each of a country's 6 subareas. You could just multiply each of those 6 percentages times the subarea population, sum the results, then divide by the sum of the population in the 6 subareas. What if the country has 7 subareas and there are no data on the age distribution in the 7th? Then you need to use the data from the subareas you have to estimate for the missing subarea. A first approximation is the average for the other subareas. But often one can do better. If you have the data for 96 out of 100 communities, for example, a better approximation will come from communities with similar population size and rurality, preferably in the same part of the country (eg, the mountains, along the coast). Perhaps you can even run a regression using 9 things you already know about all 100 cities to predict the unknown characteristic for the cities that lack data. Hope this helps. Feel free to correspond back with specifics. :-)
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Food is an important part of any celebration in all nations of the world, regardless of culture or religion. It can unite and strengthen community bonds and helps to maintain a common identity among a group of people.
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Different countries use food in different ways to help celebrate special occasions like Christmas, New Year, weddings and birthdays.
Christmas
Many Christmas symbols, such as mistletoe and Christmas cards, spread to the world from Great Britain. This is why many countries that were once part of the old British Empire - Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, for example - have similar Christmas customs.
Most of the foods typically associated with Christmas, such as mince pies and fruit cake, also arose from British tradition. In Australia, it is becoming increasingly popular to enjoy seafood on Christmas Day, rather than roast meats and ham, due to our warmer weather.
Traditional Christmas foods differ from one social group to the next, depending on local availability and cultural significance. Some examples include:
  • France - black and white pudding, which is sausage containing blood
  • French Canada - desserts like doughnuts and sugar pie
  • Germany - gingerbread biscuits and liqueur chocolates
  • Nicaragua - chicken with a stuffing made from a range of fruits and vegetables including tomato, onion and papaya
  • Russia - a feast of 12 different dishes, representing Christ’s disciples.
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For my thesis, I have a 2 x 2 design. I want to check the effect of nationality. There are 3 main nationalities in my respondents. Is it fine to create dummies for each nationality (eg 1 = germans; 0 = other etc), then run three seperate ANOVA's with each time one of the nationalities as a fixed factor? Or should I should I somehow make a nationality variable with the 3 nationalities in it and run one ANOVA? (If so, how should I do that exactly?)
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In regression line according to the Business Methamtics and statistics the correlation between the variables.
When two veriables are to geather we find the solution of any thing.
According to my analysis that nationalism is Spirit which can be measured from any data.
Spirit of nationalism unmeasurable weather it is in one person or in the millions person.
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Most of the students enter for Ph.D. degree after the completion of M.Phil. Is it easy to pursue Ph. D. directly after P.G.
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Minaketan, I agree to disagree with your view.
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My question is about the memory policy. After the rehabilitation at Simon Janashia Museum of Georgia (Tbilisi) you won't find anything from medieval Georgian history. Is it normal?
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The round table is a great idea! I'll be happy to participate in it. Thanks a lot for this initiative.
Yes, of course, I've heard about these planned exhibitions.
I've know about that approximately since 2012, but... :)
I'm also planning an interview with Prof. D. Lortkipanidze and other specialists and I hope it will be successful.
Thank you again for your initiative.
sincerely, G.M.
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Judging by most stock markets, "Big-tech" seems to be the success story, yet there are surprisingly few academic research papers written on this phenomenon. We are looking for studies and authors who analyzed this phenomenon as we are trying to forecast the impact of the IT&C sector upon the Romanian national economy.
Any recommendations are most welcome!
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Dear Sebastian A. Vaduva, The impact of the IT&C information technology sector on the national economy is a developmental, topical and important topic.
I recommend the monograph: "Legal and Social Aspects of Cybersecurity"
This monograph will attempt to answer the question how legal, technological and social aspects of cybersecurity are shaped in the perspective of the activities of various bodies and commissions of the European Union and national government administration. From the point of view of the topic taken up, it is also important to identify new threats posed by the criminal environment in cyberspace. International researchers on various cybersecurity problems cooperating with each other in various scientific institutions, state sectors and private enterprises, have taken the trouble to describe the cybersecurity conditions from the above perspectives.
I am conducting research on this issue. I invite you to research cooperation. Below I am providing a link to the web page with the description of this monograph.
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Dariusz Prokopowicz
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We engineers sometime busy in doing research in countless unpractical, non urgent, not beneficial to society like areas for increasing count of our research articles. But we know an engineer is a backbone of nation so he should be much responsive for the betterment of society. We should busy in finding solution for the problems our community, nation is facing.
I am looking these problems/needs of our society where we can develop an engineers land by working for motherland.
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Dear Avinash Tukaram Panchal, sustainable development in all field is thé main concern. Zero emission engines is an exemple. My Regards
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Covid-19 provided the added fuel needed by the fire of nationalism/regionalism to gain further strength. Many countries believe that they have to protect the national interest by relying on local resources and expertise. This is leading to a race for the development of a vaccine by many countries. Is this helpful in the long run? Can we find the cure/vaccine faster or we are wasting time and resources.
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When they cannot achieve their goals, the rational parties unite to achieve common results. When they do not achieve what they want, associations lose their meaning, become a burden and often fall apart. But along the common path, they build relationships that transcend the boundaries of the rational and build limited rational and even irrational relationships. In conditions of uncertainty and high risk, the role of irrational ideas for establishing aspirations and ambitions prevails. They build the ideas of selfishness and altruism. Nationalism is a kind of selfishness, the fruit of limited rational and, in extreme cases, irrational ideas for exceeding the assessments of one's own image and role. Entering this zone does nothing good for solving specific security cases, as well as for humanity as a whole.
The term nationalism is not acceptable for the case of developing a vaccine for COVID-19, if the competition of the countries leads to a successful result in the fight against the virus.
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Last weekend millions of Poles went to the ballots to vote in the presidential election. The election was in many ways a crossroad for Poland, will Poland go down the road of liberalism or continue down the road of conservatism and nationalism? Will Poland rejoin the European family of nations or will they be the travel companion of Hungary on a path towards further nationalism and isolation?
The implications of this elections are many and most of them are related to issues such as the future relation to the EU, the independence of the judiciary, independence of the press and in the long run, perhaps even the future of Polish democracy. I wrote an article on the subject that was published and syndicated in news outlets across Africa and the Middle East and I will share it with you, in case you are not familiar with the subject, I received many comments and questions from readers so I thought it might be an interesting debate. The article can be found here.:
What are your thoughts about the future of Poland, the EU and the issues laid out here in this text? The words is free..at least for now.
Best wishes Henrik
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Unfortunately, some are doing everything to steal European identity. Such threads are obliging Poland and other countries to draw the specifed and private identity .
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I am currently writing my Master thesis w ith the tilte: Does sustainability correlate on the national and the company level? Empirical evidence from selected country cases.
I struggle to find any relevant literature to set up my hypothesis.
Would really appreciate some help.
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Hendrik van Eeeden I suggest you revisit history of SDG, how UN arrive at this approach and how companies started adhering to it, gradually working on this framework. I am sure you ll come across path breaking projects undertaken by whistle blowers of SDG, all across the globe.
SDG wikipedia I am sure you visited it.
Country-wise top companies tackling SDG can be searched.
Before writing one line hypothesis, create your literature review map, and trust me, research is always a divine blessing and a magic, the UN histories, the reports will eventually lead you to find your relevant hypothesis statement that you can very well prove. All the best!
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What effect does the national system of police training on the effectiveness of cooperation carried out on Interpol platform? Can you describe general assumptions of training in this area?
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I think we need to know what nationalities we are talking about as it is not only the Police but the rule of law in different countries dictate how the police agencies interact with the Interpol.
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From the lens of global political environment, National Interest is influenced by intersecting interests that are crossing to each other.
Please I need explanation for this statement with an example.
Thank you
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National interest like any other concept in social science, lack a general defined. The regime or system of government in operation speak volume on who and who may contribute in determining national interest. Under rigid and dictator leader, national interest may be more like a reflection of the leader. Is also very import to point that national interest is influenced by international (or external factor) and national (or internal factors). Please find attached article that may be of help.
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It seems most African nations have not put strict restrictions although cases are rising in Africa now, why is it like that?
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They have great fear on COVID-19 but the life make them more busy in routine economic productive activities directly.
One thing they have strong immune power genetically in their body and casual intake of the food items which is normally available in their country will make them more strong indirectly.
The other thing is that those who have strong Vitamin D in their bodies are not highly vulnerable to COVID-19.
The Africans are getting Vitamin D through natural sunlight as well as by consuming Beef Liver.
Those who are having Vitamin D may not affect due to Corona easily.
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many research studies on prevalence of suicide behaviors have been conducted so far in different provinces, however, the national study will provide suitable data on suicide behaviors if this item has been included in the project
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How COVID-19 influences the development of inclusion in the international and national context? Specifically focusing on exploring the assistive technology as an opportunity for the further development of inclusion with the two following focuses:
--effective e-learning for pre-service and in-service inclusive teacher training;
--the fundamental changes in the perceptions of schools, teachers and parents regarding the application of assistive technology in inclusive classrooms ?
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Hi Run Tan ,
It is a real challenge to discuss inclusion in a certain moment like now. However, definitely the usage of innovation, new technology and artificial intelligence are the doors for the future and present. This is a very interesting topic. I am able to continues the debate.
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I have worked on a research project for the past 3 years focused on forming a reliable Early Detection Strategy for Dengue Fever. I have a research paper drafted that was accepted into a National Symposium but would like to publish in a top tier journal. If anyone is interested, I would love to collaborate to somehow make this a true possibility. I would be happy to supply a resume as well as qualifications if asked for!
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Hi
Do you mind sending me a resume?
Regarda
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I have searched some of the top ranking nationalism studies journals (Nations and nationalism, SEN -Studies of ethnicity and nationalism, Nationalism and ethnic politics, Ethnicities, Ethnopolitics) and couldn't find any article even touching the complex relationship between nationalism and climate change.
I have only found a small number of mostly circumstantial (casual) mentions of climate change according to the following distribution:
Nations and Nationalism: 8 mentions (including a roundtable, book reviews and an introductory piece written by me).
SEN: 3 mentions (one political theory article, two case studies)
Nationalism and Ethnic Politics: 3 mentions (all case studies) Ethnicities: 2 mentions (2 theoretical articles)
Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism: 2 mentions (including a 2009 article)
Even more worryingly, I have found no mentions of the geo-historical concept of Anthropocene, nor any of its more controversial derivates (Capitalocene, Occidentalocene, Consumerocene, and so on), despite the fact that these have been introduced and debated in nearly all the social sciences.
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Corona makes the world to move into protective economy. Each country wants to hire their own citizens, send back migrated other nationals, compromise with nationality by keeping it above growth. What do you say?
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I completely agree with Kheepe Lawrence Moremi on this. It is a natural move to look inward and to protect your own market in times like these. Not only that but many country agencies are now raising awareness with campaigns like "buy local food", "support local businesses" etc. Again, 100% expected and 100% normal.
regards
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In Washington State, U.S. we have had two COVID-19 outbreaks in meat processing facilities. These appear to be occurring nationally and internationally as well. Is there any evidence that a relationship exists between domestic livestock and the outbreaks? Looking forward to responses!
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The article linked below sheds light on the causes of COVIF-19 in meat industry.
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Dear Professor Debra Lupton,
I hope you are well,
My name is Dr Shirly Bar-Lev, I am the head of the Health Informatics Research Center in Ruppin Academic Center.
I am researching similar issues in Israel, and would love to think of a cross-national study on the issues you put forward in this project. If collaboration could be of interest, It would be a pleasure to continue this dialogue.
Best Regards,
Shirly
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Yes. Both fears of shame and socio-cultural prejudices play major roles in interracial dating. Yet people have many other factors like safety and security or opportunities (both physical and financial) are also related factors that arise in interracial datings.
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The World is engaged to end poverty through Sustainable Development Goals 2030 agenda.
The content of the agenda is offered to all countries as a unique solution in the world to eradicate poverty. However, each country has specificities and priorities are different from a country to another. What contribute to ending poverty in one country may not be the same in another country due to the development level gap. Developing countries for instance are facing the problem of financing the content of the agenda. For instance the analysis of gross national income 2018 published in world indicator shows that 25% of the poorest countries have a mean GNI of $ 2 926; the next 25% have mean GNI 9685, the next 25 % have mean GNI 21 045, the highest GNI observed in the last 25% have a mean GNI $ 52 201 . At same time all indicators differ accordingly.
It is not the fact that they don't see priorities, but they don't have enough resources to implement the content of the agenda.
If we do not consider the pandemic coronavirus (in the absence of COVID'19), do you think that the solution proposed to eradicate poverty can have same impact on the same level in all countries?
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COVID 19 has brought a lot of untold hardships in the world's economy due to the lockdowns imposed by Government around the world. National economies have started assessing the impact of COVID 19 on their national economies. One very important area COVID 19 has impacted is the Scientific community. Currently, all scientific conferences have been either cancelled or re-scheduled using virtual means. In your estimation, what do you think is the impact of COVID 19 on the Scientific Community and how can it be measured?
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On a optimistic note, i would say that the pandemic itself has been a boon to the scientific community in the sense that is has presented a very challenging scientific problem: to understand the corona virus, its functioning, mechanisms of spread, development of targeted medicines to curb its spread and elimination etc, these problems have given researchers in related disciplines to study and publish research findings on COVID -19 that can have immediate impact in the global struggle to overcome this pandemic.
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Identity is a complicated state of human existence, many issues participate in creating it. Cultures, languages, gender, geography and etc.language is a way to distinguish one’s national and cultural identity, but also there are many the speak different language from their actual cultural and national identity.
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In my research, language is the very basis for being, as everything exists only in language. Without a written, or notated, universal language of music, that music could never travel more that between tribal members, and even then could not be reproduced in original form without notation. The same applies to law, government, economics: everything is embedded in it's own unusual language. And culture is ONLY contained in language. As dictators have demonstrated throughout time, to quickly destroy a culture, first ban its language. And individually, in terms of consciousness, we exist as a series of stories that collectively form our understanding of self. Read Gadamer, who encapsulates this with: "We language ourselves into being".
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So I am writing about hate speech and chose two case studies from Denmark and France.
And what I found is that hate speech is heavily influenced by nationalism but my supervisor told it is broad and too obvious and I already finished writing. Please help
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Try to limit your discussion to a more specified perspective. You can refer to historical records and pursue the roots of that hate in a specific era, based on various evidences.
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Recently, the editor of an- free of charge- international journal wasted our time. She woke up after 4 months by our inquiry; "how long it takes to provide us with the first feedback". The reviewers, after 3 working days, answered back, and finally rejected our manuscript. It's not the first time that editors and reviewers do so.
The question, not only from them but from other reviewers, is: have you had been intentionally planned to waste our time due to our nationality and affiliations?
I know many weak published papers -even from known universities and not-sanctioned countries- which I wonder why this is published in journals.
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I would like to share my experience:
Discrimination does exist. Some people who discriminate others do not even aware of it. My family name is not a typical English one, so I know what you are unhappy with.
I think one solution is to make ourselves internationalized. For example:
1. Attend international conferences.
2. Write papers in English. It’s simple: make sure they can read your academic outputs.
3. Quantify your ability and show it online. For example, the H-index, citation, RG score, etc.
4. When writing the content, not only involve the local issues but international ones. I was also invited to review papers, and I personally don’t like the papers focusing too much on local issues, because the conclusions might not apply to other contexts, therefore, the academic value could be limited. I am not saying we cannot conduct studies on our countries; I mean we need to make sure our conclusions are of wider implications. For example, I will not analyse the “Chinese educational policies” (which are very easy to be discriminated), but I will analyse “the test-oriented educational policies: examples in China”. I will also try every possible means to involve participants in other countries to make the results validated.
5. Polish the language. The unauthentic language greatly and negatively influence the editors’ and researchers’ decisions. It’s not easy for non-native speakers. I have been bothered by this for a long time.
Hope you find these helpful.
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As the world continues to witness the ravaging effects of the Corona pandemic and as people, organisations and nation states hurry to find a cure, adopt social distancing measures and restrict movements and civil liberties/freedoms, researchers in a range of scientific disciplines are wondering what and how they can actually contribute. I am one within such a growing number of enthusiasts in this emerging Corona-related problem areas. I wonder 'what are these problem areas?'
I also wonder what types of research work will begin to emerge as a result of having identified some key problem areas. What new areas of study will we begin to see such that our knowledge and understanding of the virus that has caused the pandemic will be developed?
How (i.e. by using what types of methods) will we begin to ascertain the full impacts of the pandemic on people's lives, organisations and countries of various political, economic and socio-cultural orientations?
I am keen to gather a range of research perspectives, methods and potential categories on the Corona pandemic and new studies that will help to highlight the problem areas and through the use of appropriate methods help in facilitating a deeper understanding and knowledge of how we can help businesses, governments and people to bounce back from such adversity.
I also hope that the efforts will lead toward not only containing but eventually resolving the problems that the pandemic has caused to the daily ('normal') lives of people, the operational capacity of companies large and small and nation states (developed, developing or otherwise) around the world.
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There are events that reshape societies, from the language we use to the level of security and control we are used to. Corona falls into this category that reshapes societies, and may even have a greater impact. This global virus that keeps us in our homes actually changes the form of our relationship with political power, the outside world, and our relationships with others. Accordingly, it will have a serious impact on all knowledge in various fields .
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This discussion aims to generate a list of differences between patriotism and nationalism as viewed on an individual basis and possibly on a local or a national scale. The main emphasis is on contrast; however, comparison and similarity might also be included. Hypothetical and factual examples or illustrations are welcome.
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Dear Nancy Ann Watanabe , the native language of Giorgi Macharashvili (and mine as well) is Georgian - ქართული.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has added the Georgian alphabet to the list of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity: https://ich.unesco.org/en/RL/living-culture-of-three-writing-systems-of-the-georgian-alphabet-01205
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I am conducting a PhD study on food security governance. The studies on this topic are concentrated at the global, regional and national levels. No studies have been conducted at the local level of governance. I have spotted this gap and now I want to conduct a study at this level. I wonder whether the above objective really makes sense.
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Yes, since that is the research gap you are filling.
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How do we identify the culture of a nation-state or a subregion while examining its influence in the broader context of that concerned state’s foreign policy?
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If you look at international relation theories of soft power and constructivism, you will find a lot of them are relevant to culture and identity.
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This is a fake project based on fake news. Spreading this fake information during an emergency situation, when people are dying and facing so much suffer, is really sneaky. The transmission of Coronavirus disease is proven to be related with particles going through the air, like every other virus that affects the respiratory system. There is not any link between 5G and Coronavirus! Stay away from this project and concentrate on most urgent things, like helping the doctors through donations, avoiding to go outside, and referring only to authoritative sources like OMS and the national health systems.
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Jose Luis Minguillón Hernández: 0 (ZERO) publications on ResearchGate, 0 (ZERO) publications on Scopus. Institutional web-page: NOT FOUND.
Here you are your Resume! And you pretend to be credible! Regarding my accusation, I would be very glad to answer to any questions from the local authorities.
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Can anyone point me in the direction of a source for national seclusion and restraint data for the UK? I am looking to compare it to the national rates in Australia.
Many thanks
Lesley Barr
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Hi Lesley, you would have to report discreet rates for England, Scotland, Wales and NI as the mental health legislation and definitions vary. The NHS benchmarking network has though done some v recent work in this area which surveys all countries and would be worth looking at that if you can get access or find someone who can.
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While almost everyone agrees that the corona virus outbreak is going to have adverse impact on national economies and world economy, how exactly would you measure the impact of corona virus outbreak on national and global economies ?
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The basic source of analytical data are data describing the economic and financial situation, which are collected and aggregated in statistical offices. However, you will have to wait several weeks or several months for this data. The necessary analytical data can be collected faster by conducting surveys among entrepreneurs, directors of logistics departments in enterprises as well as citizens and households. In this way, it would be possible to estimate the projected decline in economic growth in terms of individual sectors and the entire national economy.
Best wishes.
Dariusz Prokopowicz
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Dear Researchers,
Let's prepare a list of URLs which provides Cyber Security Guidelines from Genuine sources. To initiate the discussion, I would like to share following URL which provides Cyber Safety Tips Booklet for the Students and Parents. For your information, CyberCrime.Gov.in is the National Cyber Crime Reporting Portal of Govt. of India.
You may add such useful URLs to this discussion.
Thanking you,
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In our country, approval for a clinical trial of a drug is issued by the national expert organization in the field of drug circulation (which is an analogue of the FDA, EMA and issues approval for conducting clinical trials of drugs) and the National Bioethics Commission.
Currently, a situation has arisen that the national expert organization refuses to issue approval for a clinical study of a combination of drugs. It refers to the fact that this is scheme of treatment (i.e. a treatment method) and not a drug. Is it necessary to obtain the approval of a national expert organization for the circulation of medicines (analogous to the FDA, EMA in a country) for a clinical trials of a combination of drugs, or in this case, the approval of the National Bioethics Commission is enough? Or is it necessary to obtain the approval of another expert organization?
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What is expert or authority? International FDAs and NIH, and majority on biomedical scientists, still do not understand the Definitions of “PD” , “Synergy” and “Addititve of TwoDrugs”! Do you understand? If not, please read Chou TC, Pharmacological Rev. 58: 621- 681, 2006, or visit www.combosyn.com. Thanks.
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Future Science and Technology will determine progress of nations
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The ones who are afraid to die without leaving anything to humanity. Also the ones that don't get bored working hard to see a slightly or highly better future.
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Whether the role of Language is really underrated in Nation Building?
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Today English is the language of science and this is why it is so important to the people of the world.
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Because I work in The National Aquarium of Cuba
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Thanks @Mary C R Wilson
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Hi, I am graduated from the M.S. program at National Taiwan University. I do have some experimental experiences in my M.S. training. I am wondering whether it is necessary to publish SCI papers for Ph.D. program applications in the U.S. Or would the publication affect the scholarship of the Ph.D. program?
Thanks for your replies and have a nice day
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I am not much aware of the situation at present. 4-5 years back, it was not a mandatory requirement for application. However, since the selection procedure is highly competitive (again this may depend on the potential university and the program/subject domain), good publications and publications in good/reputed journals would significantly support your application.
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Social exclusion is process by which certain groups are systematically advantaged because they are discriminated against on the basis of their ethnicity, race, religion, sexual orientation, caste, descent, gender, age, disability, HIV status, migrant status or where they live. Discrimination occurs in public institutions, such as the legal system or education and health services, as well as social institutions like the household” .
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WE CAN OBSERVE IN THIS WAY THAT IT INFLUMS A LOT ABOUT EVERYTHING IN THE SUBJECT OF EDUCATION AND THAT THESE PEOPLE SUFFER BUYLLING, ALSO AT HOME AND HYGIENE BECAUSE THEY CANNOT HAVE THE BASIC NEEDS COVERED
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Being an undergraduate student, it is my intent to adopt a theoretical framework for use in my research work entitled 'Teachers' Competences as Determinants of Implementing Basic Cultural and Creative Arts (CCA) Curriculum in Primary Schools' but I'm yet to find an apt theory which can serve as the basis for the discourse of independent variable (teachers' competences) in my project topic. Meanwhile I found a revelant theory (performance theory) - though there was only a little explanation of it in the Nigerian national daily where it was cited in an opinion letter (The Nation: January 31, 2020) but it seems to be firmly grounded in performing theatre and arts which is why I am not sure whether it can be adopted or otherwise.
Kindly offer some suggestions, recommendations and/or tips with regard to my question. Thanking you in anticipation.
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I encourage you to discuss your topic on the light of
Bandura's social cognitive theory (self-efficacy). I believe it is the best fit for your study.
Good luck!
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I am looking to characterise both the transport systems (e.g. public transport networks, road networks, costs of travel, service reliability, etc.) and land system (e.g. urban density, land use, urban form), in any way possible at a national level. Naturally this will be very high level.
Is anyone aware of such type of metrics?
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I agree with Feng, it is not possible to do it at national level (also depend on country). Each city has different density and land use, different needs of transport like some may be suitable for BRTS, some for metro or some needs only satisfied with city bus system. Also the paying capacity will be different in different city depending upon metropolitan area or small city.
At national level (individual for country), it is possible to come up with some thumb rules like with such urban density and land use, we can propose such transportation mode or combination of modes etc.
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When we look at the literature, we see the fact that nation states lose their traditional sovereignty, independence and security with the increase of globalization and interdependence. Is this true?
Is it indirectly providing security to states, as interdependence reduces the risk of war? What do you think about this?
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Thanks so for your ideas
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I am an Olympic weightlifter myself and I am curious what you found in your results... I currently compete at the national level, but I am hoping to compete internationally with those talented elite someday.
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Hi Liz,
Thank you for expressing interest in our project.
We are nearing completion of all studies and hope to publish the results very soon. I will happily keep you updated on our progress.
In the meantime I wish to you the very best with your training.
Dior
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It is asked from a societal perspective. I know some examples like generic substitution, introducing vaccination through pharmacies decrease national health expenses. I am interested to know more about different strategies that are useful.
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This resource is useful, I will add more in future;
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Hello,
I'm looking for the approximate dates of introduction of plant species to Europe before 1500 CE. I know the information varies according to the European country but a general date would be already very useful. Is there a general database or smaller national ones?
Thank you very much for the help!
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Hello. Unfortunately I don't have this information
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Hello there! I am also working on a similar project for my master's final project. Maybe that we can exchange references or even ideas? Good luck
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Please go though the UNWTO, WTTC and the other statistics published by respective countries, then you will be able find the answer for your question. Good Luck
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One of the European Union's integration goals is to create a common European public space. Today, the most effective public sphere is national public sphere. In the context of the European Union, have we moved from national public spaces to European public spaces? Can such a European public sphere be moved? Is this a realistic target?
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Massimo Airoldi .... how about adding your own views also?
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Thanks for your valuable annual updates on life satisfaction. This Gallup-based study finds that life satisfaction is basically an economic indicator at the national level. I wonder what you think about this finding?
many thanks in advance.
regards,
MJ
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I beg to differ with the findings that life satisfaction is an economic indicator. Had it been the case the people of Upper Classes might not be facing frustration. Yes, It is an undeniable fact that there is a close link between life satisfaction and economic condition of an individual/family but not the ultimate one.
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National Conference on "Challanges & Innovations of Criminal Justice System" 21-22 February,2019 held at Bundelkhand University, Jhansi, UP, India
Please Join this mega event....
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I am interested for this conference. would you give me the flier about this agenda
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I am a PhD student in Hydrology and water resources management. I am planning to conduct my research on WEF nexus in selected basin in Ethiopia. I am looking for appropriate approaches to follow and adopted tools (models) to use at Ethiopian context.
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Conducting literature review and compiling or considering available information by basin, nationally and even sometimes within same physiographic areas in adjacent countries, various remote sensing data, rain, stream, climate, soil, geology, crops, land use and cover types, groundwater, irrigation, hydrologic boundary data. Then considering the resources available and your time, interests, develop a plan or proposal for review by your advisors. They will probably support a proposal that addresses the issues, is not a repeat of other work, and is doable within the time typically allowed. You may need to confine it to selected areas or hydrologic units if it becomes too much. Selected plots or catchments can sometimes be helpful if the national or basin scales end up in mass number crunching, but little real ability to speak to specific soil, crop, water issues desired.
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I want to asses the cost effectiveness of cash and food assistance programs at national level. what methodology do you suggest me to do this? are simulation studies suitable to test different scenarios?
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You'll find a fair amount of literature on this (see Chris Barrett's work on simulations, that of Aulo Geli at IFPRI on food aid-supported meals in schools, etc.) Just be very careful about the specific question being asked. What is the outcome of interest, and can you reasonably expect the specific design of one intervention versus another to result in a statistically significant (hence measurable) shift in the outcome controlling for confounders. Only then is it reasonable to ask if one thing is 'more' cost-effective' than the other.
Also, when looking at cash, always consider the opportunity cost of time of the recipient (which most studies do not). Handing cash to someone means that they have to go and find the right market in which to spend that cash, rather than receive food directly. Much depends on how well markets are functioning and the modality of cash distributions (taking local inflationary effects into account).
In sum, this may seem like a simple either/or question, but far from it...
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What should be the priority system for government policy?
Given the need to collect a salary, benefits, employ millions, develop policies, enact legislation, provide safety net for healthcare, education, employment, and other investments into our society, build infrastructure, defend borders, assist other nations, invest in science, gather intelligence data, defend the People's rights, Liberties and Freedoms, Defend equality, fair justice for all, explore new frontiers, control financial systems, etc...
Which "systems " should be federalized, vs. run by states or private enterprise?
Should federal tax payers subsidize state governments that overspend by allowing state tax deductions of unlimited amounts?
Where does national defense, infrastructure or healthcare fit in the priority system?
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Thank you for your responses...it is interesting to ponder, as it appears that the mass population is used as a financing arm of governments, via taxation, for various domestic , international and global outreach initiatives.
There is significant public unrest in many nations, as it becomes clear that national agendas and individual agendas differ in priorities.
Where should the limits be set between what a society says it needs or wants to do, but it needs financing from individuals vs. what an individual needs or wants to do independent of societal pressures.
If I want to build a home, but the government wants to spread globalization, and another sector wants to control the environment, when do my choices become mute and why?
What rights, laws and conditions allow confiscation of personal earnings in the name of someone else's priorities?
Is this not what many political differences come down to at the root?
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In a speech today, Queen of England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, Elizabeth II announced that the United Kingdom plans to withdraw formally from the European Union as of January 31, 2020. Why was this decision made? Is it timely, long overdue, or hasty and premature?
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@Srini, the General elections on 12/12/2019was won by the conservatives by the same lies AS in 2016 and even more of them... But what would have Bern the alternative? An old Marxist?;