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A new discourse emerged focused on "right selling" and changes in sales practices but one still constituted in terms of the pressure to sell. ... The Brave New World of Sales Frontline financial service personnel advise and sell, and being a seller was celebrated before the crisis. ... Managers and financial advisors alike underscored how investors who bought early were smart and experienced, earning a profit. ...doi:10.1016/j.scaman.2015.06.003 fatcat:qndne2stn5eejfq6dh52fvuewi
Our society appreciates that evolving these utopias is critical to creating and resolving wicked challenges and to better understanding how to create a world in which we are actively Blearning to be^deeply ... The Holodeck's large-scale integration of learning, research, and innovation, through real-world problem solving and teaching others what you have learned, effectively creates a global meritocratic network ... The primary qualities of the brave new cyberlearning environments of today, include: Personal stories and interactive experiences that make it rich -The magic of humanity has been our dreams, our exploration ...doi:10.1007/s40593-016-0096-x fatcat:3t5qptys7nggtpzz4rppp7e46u
It tells how white European men are the natural masters of the world because they are strong, brave, skilful, rational and dedicated. ... (Campbell 15) In the real world, heroes are those who have been exceptionally brave or courageous, just like the fictional counterparts of these real life heroes save the world they live in, or sometimes ...doi:10.25365/thesis.35145 fatcat:xr7yhis5ifcuhhlttsi5lguici
How scientists make inferences from a model to the world, then, is a topic of great interest to philosophers of science. ... In this thesis, I examine the epistemological issues that arise when scientists use these computer simulation models to learn about the world or to think through their ideas. ... Scientists could, in principle, cover the world in measuring equipment going into some science fiction future-we have smart homes, there is a large literature on smart cities (see Meijer & Bolívar, 2016 ...doi:10.25911/bht0-zw45 fatcat:253cje3huzad3ikca2prb57tzy
New insights have revealed that these brave new world scenarios are no longer desirable and that people are more in for a balanced approach in which technology should serve people instead of driving them ... Environments would become smart and proactive, enriching and enhancing the experience of participants thus supporting maximum leisure possibly even at the risk of alienation. ... Major challenges in Ambient Intelligence until today are the use of the physical world as the interface, the development of smart environments, the development of environmental programming, the problem ...doi:10.3233/ais-2011-0090 fatcat:kygdevhkfred5ljuv6cwvp5w5e
For instance, girls generally get toys like dolls and kitchen sets, etc. that induce communion, nurturing, and intimacy; whereas boys get toys like cars, guns, etc. that induce independence and competitiveness ... The country was enjoying its newfound freedom, and the atmosphere of new aspirations and new beginnings demonstrated itself in Hindi cinema as well. ...doi:10.24113/ijellh.v8i5.10578 fatcat:hybq3mtxmbcezbtqpa6pqqiqci
Let us group the most attractive of them within‘a small compass. } First, as to new artists, and artists not new, but unfamiliar’ Place aux dames, of course. ... 198 THE MUSICAL WORLD. [March 19, 1870, MONDAY POPULAR CONCERTS, ST. JAMES’S HALL. SATURDAY POPULAR CONCERTS. ...
Therefore, cryptocurrency could become a new global currency if several specific requirements were fulfilled. ... The cryptocurrency is a phenomenon of a modern payment system, however it is still unclear whether it is a new kind of currency at all. ... Looking Forward to a Brave New World of Money Why does cryptocurrency attract the increasing number of its fans today? ...doi:10.35774/jee2018.01.116 fatcat:azklcxcudracziz4gdtdp7i7dq
The aim of the 3-year project was to develop digital technology that would holistically respond to the complex life-worlds of autistic children, affording positive experiences that they could share with ... Through a series of long-term participatory design processes, smart objects were developed individually with nine children employing a wide range of different methods (e.g., Co-operative Inquiry, Future ... Hence, she sometimes let some of her toys speak for her. ...doi:10.1080/10447318.2018.1550177 fatcat:r7vgh76yjzb4hdbp4nmny6j3pu
Difference is the reality of the world, and we teach them about difference we will make them survive in the diverse world. ... She says:"And there are many women in the world who do not like other women. ...doi:10.24113/ijellh.v8i4.10531 fatcat:nkwmufmphzbgpicolrt3lmuzoq
Nathan), a tall, brave, broad-shouldered colossus. ... . * On Monday last was’ produced a new opera bouffon, entitled Le Caid, the music by M. ...
Sound Citizens: Australian Women Broadcasters Claim their Voice, 1923–1956
She highlighted the importance of removing all warlike toys and promoting sharing and compassion. ... New World'. 79 She argued that technology had eradicated the distance between Australia and the rest of the world: 'cables and radio throw a girdle about our Earth and so the frontiers of human interest ...doi:10.22459/sc.2021.02 fatcat:xgjw6zttrnepjnlhifeusyod7e
The research inspects gender difference persistent animated world and to uncover its unfriendly effect. ... It can also be used to create a culture and new trends and it is often referred to as "Mediated culture"". ... Males are publicized as strong, skillful, powerful, smart whereas women as flimsy, delicate, non-intellectual and subservient. ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.2246860 fatcat:xtkqs3ixxvh6tgnc5bf4fgosem
Humanity can survive the fads of the 1960s and the phony sophistication of this emerging new world, where an authoritarian government provides enough comfort and science enough toys to lull the unsuspecting ... World, specifically in New York. ... York, 44 Hill, The (1965), 52, 92-93 Hirsch, Judd, 95 Hitchcock, Alfred, 167, 285 Hoboken, New Jersey: as setting for Marty (1955) ...doi:10.5860/choice.43-3296 fatcat:yjkvbdopjrfixkotkinuelcjia
Factors Influencing Child Survival in Tanzania
Kids are ours to keep, and if the parents can't be brave about it, they can't blame others for discrimination. There are so many kids like Zengzeng in the world now and they all need love and care. ... She liked to play and was always holding her toys and playing with them by herself. Q: What toys did she like to play with? Zhao's mother: She liked blocks and really liked building blocks. ...doi:10.1007/978-981-15-5132-1_4 fatcat:kcghvgk67remxdvnwjs6v3bpqi
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