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The "Art Fortress" as a Responsible Approach Model for Regeneration of Skopje's Spatial Identity [chapter]

Meri Batakoja, Jovan Ivanovski, Goran Mickovski
2020 International Academic Conference on Places and Technologies  
Most of all, this paper elaborates the qualitative lessons learnt of how we should treat a valuable city fragment in spatial terms, through the medium of public space and a series of both "soft" and "hard  ...  This paper elaborates the activity "Art Fortress" in detail and summarizes the conclusions that have the potential to create a responsible approach model for regeneration of Skopje's spatial identity,  ...  (L2), for the purpose of developing a deeper concept for conceptual and infrastructural position of the Kale Hill in today's city center.  ... 
doi:10.18485/arh_pt.2020.7.ch40 fatcat:a7xolvz3xfgydasuymytlz6jqe

Eastern Enlargement: The Sooner, the Better?

Sven W. Arndt, Heinz J. Handler, Dominick Salvatore
2000 Social Science Research Network  
for a less developed trading partner.  ...  it is for the Open Market Committee in the US to make a decision.  ...  This information is given by the respective I-O data for 1990 and 1995 and interpolated for the other years.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3190120 fatcat:hhrvlmxqgnbrnb4mc6lzh2q7re

Nigeria Dangerous Drugs Act: A Great Positive Disability Jurisprudential Dictates of Indian Hemp

Solomon A. M. Ekwenze
2013 Social Science Research Network  
Once a nation becomes independent, it takes responsibility for its affairs. From this point, it looks at its past, present and future. Nigeria became independent in 1960.  ...  Judicial decisions have indicated that the drug/substance should flow with the members of its family.  ...  meaning they've smoked at least one cigarette a day for a month; and 1,000 adults die prematurely as a direct result of a decision made in adolescence to take up smoking.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2319876 fatcat:erfksueelzcrzphwaqn4iueotq

The Built Environment

Justin M. Gundlach, Jennifer Klein
2017
It is a subject of particular focus for policy efforts aimed at promoting adaptive responses to climate change on the part of institutions and individuals.  ...  managers that want to guide land use and design decisions for long-lived assets, and municipal authorities that need to match the carrying capacity of a stormwater management system to the precipitation  ...  The South Carolina Supreme Court affirmed the Special Referee's decision that the county's floodway development restrictions did not constitute a taking.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d83f5wrz fatcat:ytf6waeylfffzfzgjgwfgjf2mi

WATER SAFETY MANAGEMENT, LEGIONELLA PREVENTION AND RISK MANAGEMENT IN HOSPITALS: A FRAMEWORK FOR ESTATES AND FACILITIES MANAGEMENT IN ENGLAND

T Leiblein
2020
It seeks to create a framework guiding management processes to people re-sponsible to identify and better understand roles and processes to properly take action for the prevention of water system related  ...  A consecutive country-specific phase fosuing the research more specific was applied for England.  ...  These are mainly categorised into 1) hard and 2) soft FM. Hard FM relates to management and maintenance of property, while soft FM includes the management of support services (Hinks et al., 2003) .  ... 
doi:10.24377/ljmu.t.00013058 fatcat:fnm2bkno6nchvkpr2sutnguada

Hardwired Freedom: Illusion as a Vehicle for Moral Responsibility [article]

Bartlomiej A. Lenart
2007
substantially narrows the scope of human freedom. ii Acknowledgments First and foremost, I owe a great debt of gratitude to my thesis supervisor, Professor Wesley Cooper, for his steadfast support, enthusiasm  ...  The undersigned certify that they have read, and recommend to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research for acceptance, a thesis entitled Hardwired Freedom: Illusion as a Vehicle for Moral Responsibility  ...  The reason why I assume that the mind is a classical system (or at least a good enough approximation of a classical system) is that the purpose of chapters one through three is to develop a notion of responsibility  ... 
doi:10.7939/r33j39c60 fatcat:h34zev7uqnehjbenx7xdfcq56y

Analysis 60 Land Rights Matter! Anchors to Reduce Land Grabbing, Dispossession and Displacement A Comparative Study of Land Rights Systems in Southeast Asia and the Potential of National and International Legal Frameworks and Guidelines

St Dy
2016 unpublished
enforcing the boundaries of the domain, for maintaining the ecological balance within their territory and for restoring denuded areas through reforestation and other development initiatives . 2010 Decision  ...  civil society as a support network for local farmers' groups defending their land rights and fighting for genuine agrarian reform .  ... 
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Seaschool : a case study of education, ecology and economics

Nancy Elizabeth Baron
1993
Seaschool was developed within the educational context of the "Year 2000's Framework for Learning" aims for relevent, learner-centred programming.  ...  This case study takes a constructivist view of program development from the perspective of the program developer.  ...  Nevertheless he was working on developing systems consciousness in his own teaching context.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0086069 fatcat:amxqmlpcarhcnerjjk44w73h4y

The Acculturation Process For Kaigaishijo: A Qualitative Study Of Four Japanese Students In An American School

Linda Harkins
1998
The purpose of this study was to sort out and specify the dimensions of acculturation for kaigaishijo, Japanese sojourning students who presented an anomaly in a monocultural setting, based on factors  ...  The study was conducted in a Middle Atlantic state where the author was a school administrator.  ...  Research also supports that internalized speech plays a large part in the development o f logical thought (Lovell, 1971 ).  ... 
doi:10.25774/w4-6dp2-fn37 fatcat:5qdfhaa45zauxjrkayl43gkbbu

Conceptualizing the Blue Frontier: The Great Qing and the Maritime World in the Long Eighteenth Century

Chung-Yam PO
2015
Indeed, applying the ideology embodied in the tribute system to the high Qing's political decisions concerning naval development would help clarify things. 356 The eighteenth century Qing court clearly  ...  way that supported empire-building and the concept of a political space.  ... 
doi:10.11588/heidok.00018877 fatcat:h7yfj7m3zzde7m4jqk7upfhfy4

Toward a history of the Oromo of Wallaga in southwestern Ethiopia: an ethnoarchaeological study of ceramic technological style and tuber crop domestication [article]

Bula Sirika Wayessa, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary, Diane Lyons
2016
In this region, potters experience a low social status within the Oromo social stratification system.  ...  This assertion was supported by a comparative study of the culinary practices and pottery technological styles of two neighboring groups: the Yem and the Dawro.  ...  status, access to resources and capacity for political decision-making (see papers in David 2012; Lyons 2014 ).  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/28472 fatcat:56mmqlzlnzg5phzn5yplw36edu

Degas, Cassatt, Pissarro and the Making and Marketing of the Belle Epreuve [article]

(:Unkn) Unknown, University, My, Therese Dolan
2020
Among the core members of the Impressionist group, Degas, Cassatt and Pissarro represented those most enamored with printmaking, even collaborating to create prints for a never-realized journal during  ...  Focusing on the prints of Edgar Degas, Mary Cassatt and Camille Pissarro, my dissertation explores the development of the belle épreuve, or the fine print, in relation to the Impressionist movement.  ...  For example for her 1881/82 Woman in a Loge (Cincinnati), she layered pastel and gouache over a soft-ground etching and aquatint printed on textured paper, making of a grayscale print a hand-colored object  ... 
doi:10.34944/dspace/3125 fatcat:4w5jvx63kfdjnlbysehzsv6j7u

ePub WU Institutional Repository

Katharina Langer, Neue Karrieren, Neue Karrierekompetenzen
2004 unpublished
learner just as high as being a peak performer Develop the mind-set of using "natural resources for development" -> use assignments (jobs, teams, taks forces, committees), feedback, developmental relationships  ...  Strive for intergenerational contacts. Include retirees, active mentors, peers and promising newcomers. Don't be afraid of to use the internet to build a worldwide support group.  ... 
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Scepticism in the novels of Dostoyevsky and Robbe-Grillet: The rejection of pyrrhonian tranquillity [article]

Keren Smith, University Of Canterbury
2010
(A point I will develop in my next chapter.)  ...  This is a point I wish to develop in my next chapter.  ...  Power as admiration for "our shaping will": The two senses stand side-by-side; the sense for the real is the means of acquiring the power to shape things according to our wish.  ... 
doi:10.26021/4083 fatcat:pwqreaczbfbyddwhdlapudn7ry

Nutrition Education to Minimize Health Risk: Approaches for Teaching College Students and Female High School Athletes

Katie Nicole Brown
2013
Adolescence is a time of increased control over food choices and dietary practices. Participating in high school sports or attending college presents unique nutritional concerns and health risks.  ...  College students who consume diets low in fruits and vegetables and high in fast food are at increased risk for weight gain, chronic disease, and some cancers.  ...  to the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), a nationally representative telephone health survey system, young adults report the lowest intake of vegetables of all age groups. 8 The American  ... 
doi:10.26076/1c4d-09b8 fatcat:ke75elcs3jfyvj4ry6bxm7wjtq
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