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In 2016 – How it felt to live in the Arab World five years after the "Arab Spring"

Albrecht Hofheinz (ed.), Stephan Guth (ed.)
2022 Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies  
Settled (A Hofheinz) Codes Collapsed: True = False (Life in Limbo) (S Guth)  ...  Results of a research project, carried out between 2015 and 2018 at the Dept. of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages (IKOS), University of Oslo, Norway, funded by the Research Council of Norway (RCN  ...  It could be also the taxi driver or the person sitting next to you in a metro: an online article titled 'your phone could be a reason for your conviction' warns against using your phone in the metro, where  ... 
doi:10.5617/jais.9464 fatcat:foviyqo24bhivdnjfhhamkzwgq

Haunting experiences: ghosts in contemporary folklore

2008 ChoiceReviews  
with decline in belief in only one area since 1990, that of devil possession.  ...  And she walked around the area of the altar, which is quite large, to a big statue. She did the Stations of the Cross, and she came up, passed by me, just passed.  ...  204, 205, 232nn1-2, 232nn4-5 reality, debates on, 30 reality based television, 193, 216-17, 233n2 reality-testing, 74, 120, 204 Reed v.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.45-6244 fatcat:6zi7efodhrdijeiv6b3um3a7ri

From goods to a good life: intellectual property and global justice

2013 ChoiceReviews  
The radio station now faces competition from home-brewed talk and music available on the Internet.  ...  and growth in itself." 39 Surely the Internet bears witness to the stupidity as well as the wisdom of crowds.  ...  [9] [10] [11] 2001 ), available at (last visited Aug. 8, 2011, calling economic analysis of intellectual property the "ruling paradigm" in the fi eld); cf.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.50-2909 fatcat:x52eoh7vwbcjte3hgxly3ix47a

Disappear here: violence after Generation X

2015 ChoiceReviews  
Though the song is not identified in the novel, Baelo-Allué suggests that Clay is referring to "Los Angeles" from the 1980 album by the punk rock band X (60).  ...  We are everyone you come into contact with on a daily bases. We know everything about you. We process your insurance claims and credit card charges. We control every part of your life . Together we  ...  Like the "body parts-legs and arms and hands, most of them real, skidding across the platform" in the aftermath of an attack on a Paris métro station (364; emphasis mine), the specks are not reliably organic  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.194366 fatcat:3lgcnbvj4ng53hhqvrf3lje2ny

Kronos Philosophical Journal, vol.IV/2015 [article]

Thomas Nemeth, Tatiana Shchedrina, Natalia Avtonomova, Anna Shiyan, Boris Pruzhinin, Marina Savel'eva, Natalia Kuznetsova, Piotr Nowak, Andrzej Serafin, Ivan Dimitrijević, Aleksandr Loginov, Ludmila Kryshtop (+8 others)
2015 Zenodo  
Volume IV/2015 focuses on the work of early-20th Century Russian phenomenologist Gustav Shpet.  ...  The papers presented in the annual might be of interest to the readers from outside Poland, allowing them to familiarize themselves with the dynamic thought of contemporary Polish authors, as well as entirely  ...  Back then, the meetings took place in Shchedrovitsky's own tiny room in his parents' apartment near Sokol metro station. This room could fit no more than 15 people (seated on folding chairs).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3246821 fatcat:mf6u5l72pbeefkrmxbavhe3uoq

A Generalised Methodology for the Investigation of Human Behavioural Responses to Hostile Attacks

Alastair Shipman, Arnab Majumdar, Engineering And Physical Sciences Research Council
Pedestrian dynamics is an area of research and industry that investigates the movement of people.  ...  The analysis on the psychological and physiological datasets proved a stressed response to the hostile individual, resulting in the first ever experimental dataset for these.  ...  They propose this as a method of remote detection of hostile actors, which would act as an early warning system.  ... 
doi:10.25560/91981 fatcat:vtdmjvn3mjecncyki75lk25oga

The meaning of an education : lifelong learning and the blues

Lindsay C. Mitchell
Simply stated, different things mean different things to different people, under different circumstances, in different places, and at different times. What then is the meaning of an education?  ...  What about the less well served, the ones that don't fit in — the ones flushed out the system's other end? What meaning does education hold for them?  ...  The AFBF in 1962 traveled to London, Hamburg, Bremen, and Paris.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0055244 fatcat:z752lsdb7vek7fxbcgxvlyjtoy

British Columbia in a Global Context

Arthur Green, Aviv Ettya, Siobhán McPhee, Britta Ricker, Cristina Temenos
This first year Geography textbook takes a holistic approach to Geography by incorporating elements of physical, human and regional geography, as well as bringing in methods and perspectives from spatial  ...  The textbook includes numerous case studies specific to British Columbia as well as a number of suggested service learning activities.  ...  77 | Suggested Activities mine-during-klondyke-gold-rush) is in the public domain and Photograph of miners during the gold rush by unknown (http:/ /  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0397014 fatcat:367bhc5upbb7nlcgobe2e3jfvu


Benjamin Blandford
Things going on…" In the early days, Broadway cruising was not the spectacle that Derby cruising eventually became.  ...  Because of this massive movement of people, residential areas in Louisville became increasingly crowded, and living space was at a premium.  ... 

Trace: Tennessee Research and Creative Exchange Dawning Revelation: An Examination of Developments That Culminated in Estes Kefauver' s Emergence as Political TV Star

Masters Theses, Jamie Bumpus, Paul Ashdown, Edward Caudill, Dwight Teeter, Jamie Bumpus, Catherine Luther
2014 unpublished
., who collectively have shaped the best aspects of my past, present and future. iv ACKNOWLEDGMENTS For all the forbearance shown and assistance provided, special thanks are owed to my thesis committee  ...  In early 1942, stations in New York, Philadelphia and Los Angeles began supplying airtime for civilian defense programs.  ...  "Only NBC had the apparatus to take outside scenes, having set up two cameras in the Times Square area to view the celebrating crowds, both day and night.  ... 

Narrating the Self and Painting an Image: Stephane Dion (2006--2008)---Not a Leader?

Darcy Knoll, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa
It is based on William James' (1890) consciousness of self and George H. Mead's (1934) notions of the self and the communicative gesture, coupled with work on narratives and self-presentation.  ...  The analysis digs into the depiction of Dion in the English print media from the period of December 3, 2006 to September 6, 2008.  ...  Stampede.  ... 
doi:10.20381/ruor-12655 fatcat:evzak7ewufginer4l6ax33ekhe

References [chapter]

Lesley J. Wood
Direct Action, Deliberation, and Diffusion  
The third time I rode to Sausalito was one of the worst rides I've ever been on. Someone decided we "had" to go there and I found myself pedaling furiously in a huge, eerily quiet (meek?) crowd.  ...  By the third year anniversary many of us considered Critical Mass too big to keep in one group and envisioned a ride that started in one area and then split up and reconvened.  ...  to the lane on every street in the bike network (map p. 14 old yellow pages, p. 12 new) Downtown Bike Station: Located right on Market in the heart of the financial district, this place would provide  ... 
doi:10.1017/cbo9781139105859.014 fatcat:sjs4tajasbcavgre4nkw7n2mz4

The Material Politics of Revolution and Counter-Revolution: Labor Organization, Autonomy and Democratization in Egypt (2011-2016)

Mostafa Hefny
impact of labor autonomy on democratization towards an expository account of the forms of political action undertaken in the pursuit of political autonomy.  ...  In consecutive chapters I consider the impact of available tools, and gravitational constraints of economic legacies, institutional vestiges, the media environment and the legal apparatus on the failures  ...  Twenty percent internet penetration in Egypt, fifteen in the areas where the Syrian uprising began, and in Yemen, in areas where protests were instigated, it was less than five percent.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8515f8s fatcat:ifxww4b2pfdjhb2jhr2dwjpg7m

Deviance, regulation and the sex offender. Perspectives on the regulation of sexual offending in Australia and Sweden [article]

Nina Marie Katarina Leijon, University, The Australian National, University, The Australian National
The result is a shift away from the focus on violence in sexual violence, and towards a corresponding increase in the focus on victims' sexual dignity.  ...  The rise of the 'crime as politics' discourse has had profound effects on how crime is regulated.  ...  deemed necessary for the men (of various ranks and stations) in the colony.  ... 
doi:10.25911/5d74e832b0cc6 fatcat:vscnkluogje4jd5hiaplrau5b4

The Inappropriable People of Gezi: Refusal, Protest, Desire

Nazli Konya
It builds on works in contemporary and continental political theory, including Judith Butler, Ernesto Laclau, Giorgio Agamben, Walter Benjamin, and Jacques Rancière, and takes the 2013 Gezi Protests of  ...  Turkey as its case to engage with questions of peoplehood, refusal, and power in popular mobilization.  ...  yere metro") plastered across the visual landscape of the metropolitan area.  ... 
doi:10.7298/vrxp-6a37 fatcat:ywng4dknkfbenh7xzixmwjr53y