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Values, Ethics, and Research: Commerce, Politics, Integrity, and Culture

Values, Ethics, and Research: Commerce, Politics, Integrity, and Culture

Values, Ethics, and Research: Commerce, Politics, Integrity, and Culture OECD/IMHE General Conference 2006 Hans N. Weiler Stanford University Normative dilemmas in research The dilemma of commercializing scientific inquiry The dilemma of the politics of knowledge production

By ostinmannual
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The Soviet System’s Collapse

The Soviet System’s Collapse

The Soviet System’s Collapse. Geoffrey Halgas Period 4. Seminar Question:. Considering the period 1953 to 1991, analyze the problems within the Soviet Union that contributed to the eventual collapse of the Soviet system. Background Information.

By kalin
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Joseph McCarthy

Joseph McCarthy

Joseph McCarthy. “The Man behind the Man”. Witch Hunt. “Witch hunt”- refers to any search for a scapegoat who can be blamed for all the ills of society and whose removal will eliminate the problems. McCarthyism.

By mahsa
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Postwar turmoil

Postwar turmoil

Postwar turmoil. Sacco and Vanzetti. The trial of Sacco and Vanzetti was marked by serious breaches of fairness by the judge and the foreman of the jury. The defendants were denounced for their immigrant backgrounds and beliefs in anarchism

By binh
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FARC

FARC

FARC. Guerilla Group and Terrorist Organization. What is FARC?. FARC is the Spanish acronym for the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia. When was FARC created?. Communist militants from the countryside and self-defense groups founded FARC to fight against the democratic government.

By anoki
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The Haymarket riot

The Haymarket riot

Events that made Chicago famous. The Haymarket riot. Bell Ringer. Background. In 1886, Chicago had 18,400 members of the Knights of Labor. Roughly 2/3 of whom were immigrants.

By addo
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Communism		11. Jawaharlal Nehru Cold War		12. Indira Gandhi

Communism 11. Jawaharlal Nehru Cold War 12. Indira Gandhi

Southeast Asia Vocabulary Terms #2 Use Chapter 21 of textbook or the glossary to help you define the following:. Communism 11. Jawaharlal Nehru Cold War 12. Indira Gandhi Tiananmen Square 13. Mohandas Gandhi Cultural Revolution 14. Dalit Mao Zedong 15. Panchayat

By ankti
(121 views)

The case for working less: insights from Marx and Keynes

The case for working less: insights from Marx and Keynes

The case for working less: insights from Marx and Keynes. David Spencer, Economics Division, University of Leeds, email: das@lubs.leeds.ac.uk. Introduction. The case for working less is present in the writings of both Marx and Keynes

By chico
(124 views)

Spanish-American War

Spanish-American War

President of the United States during the war with Spain ___________________. Newspaper publisher whose paper practiced Yellow Journalism ___________________. Spanish-American War. Key Players. Results. Causes.

By ipo
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Events leading to World War II Treaty of Versailles

Events leading to World War II Treaty of Versailles

Events leading to World War II Treaty of Versailles. End of WW 1 – Treaty of Versailles Consequences 1. Germany Germany thought treaty was very unfair Very reduced army Had to pay 33 Billion dollars to other countries for damages

By andres
(147 views)

Fascism

Fascism

Fascism. By: Hannah Schilberg and Owen Kelty. What is Fascism?. Fascism- (noun)

By ailani
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The Stagnant Seventies

The Stagnant Seventies

The Stagnant Seventies. America Screeches to a Halt. Election of 1968. JFK’s younger brother, Bobby, ran for the Democratic Party’s Presidential nomination. At a campaign rally in Indianapolis, Bobby had the unfortunate duty to inform the crowd of the assassination of MLK

By geona
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History of Drama

History of Drama

History of Drama . Final Exam Review. Hebrew/Egyptian Drama. Egyptian drama dates back to 3000 B.C. Drama means “to do” or “to act” Egyptian Drama revolved around religion. 5 Types of Plays. Medicinal Play -play about healing

By ruana
(327 views)

1946 to 1961:

1946 to 1961:

1946 to 1961:. Four Main Themes. COLD WAR A CONFIDENT NATION CONSUMERISM CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT. Was it a time of “happy days or anxiety, alienation and social unrest”?. The Truman Presidency (1945 to 1953). Post War America. Serviceman’s Readjustment Act of 1944 Baby Boom

By hal
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Russia after Communism

Russia after Communism

Russia after Communism. Post-Soviet Russia After the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, the various republics became independent The largest and most powerful of the new countries was Russia. Readings. Guiding Question: What happened in Russia after the fall of the Soviet Union?

By tea
(197 views)

Economics Systems

Economics Systems

Economics Systems. Ms. Coker . Why do we study economics? . The fundamental economic problem in any society is to provide a set of rules for allocating resources and/or consumption among individuals who can't satisfy their wants, given limited resources. . 3 Basic Economic Questions .

By kita
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ECONOMIC SYSTEMS

ECONOMIC SYSTEMS

ECONOMIC SYSTEMS. CAPITALISM Capitalism is the economic system used in the United States. It is, in essence a perpetual game. In the game of capitalism, people play by buying and selling. The objects sold are called commodities. Downright weird commodities. Other weird commodities.

By barr
(101 views)

Part 2

Part 2

Part 2. Essential Question. The Communist Revolution in China. 1937 – Nationalists & Communists united to defeat the Japanese When Japanese were defeated in 1945 the nationalists & communists resumed their fight Soviets supported Communists, who quickly took control of countryside

By eshana
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Bell Ringer #9 – 4/25/11

Bell Ringer #9 – 4/25/11

Bell Ringer #9 – 4/25/11. Who was Karl Marx? Define “manorialism”. Define “mercantilism”. Bell Ringer #8 – 4/15/11. Define “Communism” Give a nation that once represented Communism. In what year did Karl Marx write a book to outline Communist ideals. The Bourgeoisie.

By odetta
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World War I and the Aftermath

World War I and the Aftermath

World War I and the Aftermath. Chapter 28. I. Introduction. 1 st modernized war Old tactics met new technology producing mass slaughter! 1 st war in which airplane was used Other new technology: machine gun, tank, chemical warfare, submarine Global warfare Result of imperialism

By mayda
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