The Michigan Alumnus

Author by : Anonim
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Publisher by : UM Libraries
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Description : In v.1-8 the final number consists of the Commencement annual.


An Introduction To Australian Public Policy

Author by : Sarah Maddison
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Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : Examines the models, influences and players that shape public policy in Australia, addressing both theory and real-world challenges.


The President S Report

Author by : University of Michigan
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Laboratory For Atmospheres

Author by : Laboratory for Atmospheres (Goddard Space Flight Center)
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Publisher by : Unknown
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The Avant Garde And The Popular In Modern China

Author by : Liang Luo
Languange : en
Publisher by : University of Michigan Press
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Description : Provides a new perspective on the Chinese avant-garde through the figure of artist and activist Tian Han


Mandated Landscape

Author by : Roza El-Eini
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : In this ground-breaking authoritative study, a highly documented and incisive analysis is made of the galvanising changes wrought to the people and landscape of British Mandated Palestine (1929-1948). Using a comprehensive and interdisciplinary approach, the book’s award-winning author examines how the British imposed their rule, dominated by the clashing dualities of their Mandate obligations towards the Arabs and the Jews, and their own interests. The rulers’ Empire-wide conceptions of the ‘White man’s burden’ and preconceptions of the Holy Land were potent forces of change, influencing their policies. Lucidly written, Mandated Landscape is also a rich source of information supported by numerous maps, tables and illustrations, and has 66 appendices, a considerable bibliography and extensive index. With a theoretical and historical backdrop, the ramifications of British rule are highlighted in their impact on town planning, agriculture, forestry, land, the partition plans and a case study, presenting discussions on such issues as development, ecological shock, law and the controversial division of village lands, as the British operated in a politically turbulent climate, often within their own administration. This book is a major contribution to research on British Palestine and will interest those in Middle East, history, geography, development and colonial/postcolonial studies.


Unsustainable Empire

Author by : Dean Itsuji Saranillio
Languange : en
Publisher by : Duke University Press
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Description : In Unsustainable Empire Dean Itsuji Saranillio offers a bold challenge to conventional understandings of Hawai‘i’s admission as a U.S. state. Hawai‘i statehood is popularly remembered as a civil rights victory against racist claims that Hawai‘i was undeserving of statehood because it was a largely non-white territory. Yet Native Hawaiian opposition to statehood has been all but forgotten. Saranillio tracks these disparate stories by marshaling a variety of unexpected genres and archives: exhibits at world's fairs, political cartoons, propaganda films, a multimillion-dollar hoax on Hawai‘i’s tourism industry, water struggles, and stories of hauntings, among others. Saranillio shows that statehood was neither the expansion of U.S. democracy nor a strong nation swallowing a weak and feeble island nation, but the result of a U.S. nation whose economy was unsustainable without enacting a more aggressive policy of imperialism. With clarity and persuasive force about historically and ethically complex issues, Unsustainable Empire provides a more complicated understanding of Hawai‘i’s admission as the fiftieth state and why Native Hawaiian place-based alternatives to U.S. empire are urgently needed.


Congressional Record

Author by : United States. Congress
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Felder S Comprehensive 2005 Edition

Author by : Nick Felder
Languange : en
Publisher by : Princeton Architectural Press
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Description : Every industry has its standard professional directory -- advertising has its Black Book, manufacturing its Thomas's Register -- except, that is, for architecture...and design...and construction. While there are dozens of smaller directories, each addressing a specific market niche, none speak to all three industries in a comprehensive way. And larger product directories, like Sweets, are advertising driven and therefore incomplete. Felder's Comprehensive is the first pan-industry guide of its kind, and it is many times more comprehensive than the nearest competitor. It is an annual desk reference, directory, and product source guide with more reference information than any other title currently available. It contains thousands of listings of time-sensitive and timeless reference information for anyone involved in the business or practice of architecture, design, design/build, construction, interior design, facility management, and real-estate development. For example, readers can find listings for more than 12,000 manufacturers of furnishings, fixtures, equipment, and materials listed alphabetically, and, most importantly, by product category. Felder's also lists design competitions, domestic and international trade shows, trade publications and other media, trade associations, professional organizations, and more. Most sections are indexed and cross-referenced for easy referral and identification. Felder's is the first truly comprehensive reference guide of its kind for the A/E/C marketplace and is certain to become the industry standard.


Announcement

Author by : University of Michigan. Summer Session
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The Internship Bible

Author by : Mark Oldman
Languange : en
Publisher by : The Princeton Review
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Description : Lists internship opportunities in a variety of fields, giving information about selectivity, compensation, deadlines, and duration.


Journal Of Soil And Water Conservation

Author by : Anonim
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : Vol. 25, no. 1 contains the society's Lincoln Chapter's Resource conservation glossary.


Morality Mortality

Author by : F. M. Kamm
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Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : Why is death bad for us, even on the assumption that it involves the absence of experience? Is it worse for us than prenatal nonexistence? Kamm begins by considering these questions, critically examining some answers other philosophers have given. She explores in detail suggestions based on our greater concern over the loss of future versus past goods and those based on the insult to persons which death involves. In the second part, Kamm deals with the question, "Whom should we save from death if we cannot save everyone?" She considers whether and when the numbers of lives we can save matter in our choice, and whether the extra good we achieve if we save some lives rather than others should play a role in deciding whom to save. Issues such as fairness, solidarity, the role of random decision procedures, and the relation between subjective and objective points of view are discussed, with an eye to properly incorporating these into a nonconsequentialist ethical theory. In conclusion, the book examines specifically what differences between persons are relevant to the distribution of any scarce resource, discussing for example, the distribution (and acquisition) of bodily organs for transplantation. Kamm provides criticism of some current procedures for distribution and acquisition of a scarce resource and makes suggestions for alternatives.


Artifacts

Author by : Anonim
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Public Relations Writing Student Workbook

Author by : Donald Treadwell
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE
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Description : Treadwell & Treadwell's Student Workbook gives students the opportunity to put their learning into practice. The workbook introduces four fictional clients, two of them new, for which students may "work" as they complete assignments. These clients include both commercial and non-profit organizations. A new "Research" section bridges the gap between clients and the real world of the student's college city or region so that clients can be "localized" to the student's area. This will also be useful for faculty who choose to assign actual or other fictional clients. Key Features: More than 60 exercises link macro-level concepts and micro-level writing decisions to put principles into practice Allows students to craft their writing in a variety of situations to address real-world problems and persuade readers An initial research project helps students create a profile of their local college area so that they can write for "real" media and make decisions based on their own experience as well as on the client background provided New "Plan of Attack" forms for writing exercises guide students through the planning needed for writing projects and help faculty assess student thinking and understanding as well as message execution


Evaluating Information

Author by : Jeffrey Katzer
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Publisher by : McGraw-Hill Companies
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Description : This book introduces students to social science research from the consumer's point of view. The authors believe that while social science may not require that every student of the discipline will have to conduct research studies, it is still essential for students to successfully read, understand and evaluate the research published in their field. To that end, the authors of this text have streamlined their narrative, omitting the burden of technical jargon, and focusing on the broad elements common to all kinds of social science research, such as experimental, survey, and case study. Questions to Ask, found at the end of each chapter, highlight the specific criteria to consider when evaluating research and offer a clear and accessible presentation of the general principles in social science research.


Evaluating Information A Guide For Users Of Social Science Research

Author by : Jeffrey Katzer
Languange : en
Publisher by : McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
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Description : This book introduces students to social science research from the consumer’s point of view. The authors believe that while social science may not require that every student of the discipline will have to conduct research studies, it is still essential for students to successfully read, understand and evaluate the research published in their field. To that end, the authors of this text have streamlined their narrative, omitting the burden of technical jargon, and focusing on the broad elements common to all kinds of social science research, such as experimental, survey, and case study. Questions to Ask, found at the end of each chapter, highlight the specific criteria to consider when evaluating research and offer a clear and accessible presentation of the general principles in social science research.


State

Author by : Anonim
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Continuous Learning

Author by : Anonim
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Publisher by : Unknown
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