Wildlife Film-Making

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Author: Piers Warren
Publisher: Wildeye
ISBN: 190584302X
Category: Photography
Page: 232
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As technology advances rapidly and viewers' options increase, this book presents a fascinating exploration of the future of the wildlife film-making industry. Its unique collection of views and advice make this book an invaluable resource for everyone who wishes to succeed as a wildlife film-maker in years to come. With articles from many leading figures in the industry and case studies of numerous skilled practitioners.

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legal and policy options for racially integrated education in the South and the nation
Author: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. School of Law
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Education
Page: 1208
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Political science

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Author: William J. Crotty
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Political Science
Page: N.A
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Essays on International Law in Honor of W. Michael Reisman
Author: Mahnoush H. Arsanjani,Jacob Cogan
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 9004173617
Category: Political Science
Page: 1
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Throughout his career, Michael Reisman emphasized law’s function in shaping the future. In this wide-ranging collection of essays, major thinkers in the international legal field address the goals of the twenty-first century and how international law can address the needs of the world community.

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Author: Derek Hodson
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9460914721
Category: Education
Page: 406
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In advocating an action-oriented and issues-based curriculum, this book takes the position that a major, but shamefully neglected, goal of science and technology education is to equip students with the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values to confront the complex and often ill-defined socioscientific issues they encounter in daily life as citizens in an increasingly technology-dominated world carefully, critically, confidently and responsibly. In outlining proposals for addressing socioscientific issues through a curriculum organized in terms of four increasingly sophisticated levels of consideration, the author adopts a highly critical and politicized stance towards the norms and values that underpin both scientific and technological development and contemporary scientific, engineering and medical practice, criticizes mainstream STS and STSE education for adopting a superficial, politically naïve and, hence, educationally ineffective approach to consideration of socioscientific issues, takes the view that environmental problems are social problems occasioned by the values that underpin the ways in which we choose to live, and urges teachers to encourage students to reach their own views through debate and argument about where they stand on major socioscientific issues, including the moral-ethical issues they often raise. More controversially, the author argues that if students are to become responsible and politically active citizens, the curriculum needs to provide opportunities for them to experience and learn from sociopolitical action. The relative merits of direct and indirect action are addressed, notions of learning about action, learning through action and learning from action are developed, and a case is made for compiling a user-friendly database reflecting on both successful and less successful action-oriented curriculum initiatives. Finally, the book considers some of the important teacher education issues raised by this radically new approach to teaching and learning science and technology. The book is intended primarily for teachers and student teachers of science, technology and environmental education, graduate students and researchers in education, teacher educators, curriculum developers and those responsible for educational policy. The author is Emeritus Professor of Science Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (University of Toronto), Adjunct Professor of Science Education at the University of Auckland and Visiting Professor of Science Education at the University of Hong Kong. His research interests include considerations in the history, philosophy and sociology of science and their implications for science and technology education, STSE education and the politicization of both students and teachers, science curriculum history, multicultural and antiracist education, and teacher education via action research.

Careers and Occupations

Looking to the Future
Author: Brian Hoyle
Publisher: Information Plus
ISBN: 9781414404080
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Page: 179
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Provides the latest information and statistics on what Americans do for a living, how much they earn, how they find work, and what factors influence these key issues.

American Institutions


Author: William Crotty
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
ISBN: 9780810109544
Category: Political Science
Page: 298
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Contraceptive Research and Development

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Author: Institute of Medicine,Committee on Contraceptive Research and Development
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 9780309175654
Category: Medical
Page: 536
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The "contraceptive revolution" of the 1960s and 1970s introduced totally new contraceptive options and launched an era of research and product development. Yet by the late 1980s, conditions had changed and improvements in contraceptive products, while very important in relation to improved oral contraceptives, IUDs, implants, and injectables, had become primarily incremental. Is it time for a second contraceptive revolution and how might it happen? Contraceptive Research and Development explores the frontiers of science where the contraceptives of the future are likely to be found and lays out criteria for deciding where to make the next R&D investments. The book comprehensively examines today's contraceptive needs, identifies "niches" in those needs that seem most readily translatable into market terms, and scrutinizes issues that shape the market: method side effects and contraceptive failure, the challenge of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases, and the implications of the "women's agenda." Contraceptive Research and Development analyzes the response of the pharmaceutical industry to current dynamics in regulation, liability, public opinion, and the economics of the health sector and offers an integrated set of recommendations for public- and private-sector action to meet a whole new generation of demand.

Geodesy

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Author: N.A
Publisher: National Academies
ISBN: N.A
Category: Geodesy
Page: 179
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Careers and Occupations

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Author: Melissa J. Doak
Publisher: Information Plus
ISBN: 9781414407463
Category: Medical
Page: 151
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Examines various trends in careers and occupations in America. Provides the latest information on what Americans do for a living, how much they earn, how they find work, and what factors influence these key issues.

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Indo-Nepal Relations in Perspective
Author: Lok Raj Baral
Publisher: Associated University Presse
ISBN: 9788174881946
Category: India
Page: 227
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Looking To The Future Offers Some Positive Perspectives Of Indo-Nepal Relations. Even As It Accepts The Old Premise That The Two Countries Have Definite Pattern Of Interactions On The Basis Of Several Determinants Both Constants And Variables, It Tries To Reassure That An Other-Than-Conventionally Practised Policy Can Work To Effectively Enhance National Interests As Well As Bilateral Relations. Only An Objective Study On Indo-Nepal Relations Can Free Ourselves From The Old-Mindset In Nepal And India.Articles Included In The Volume Represent A Variety Of Experienced Persons Whose Overall Conclusions Are More Or Les Similar That The National And Transactional Interests Of Both The Countries Can Be Better Safeguarded Only With An Unprejudiced Approach To The Emergent Issues. Experts With Realistic Attitudes Have Come Forward In This Book. As The Title Suggests, This Book Is Expected To Set A Distinct Trend In Indo-Nepal Relations In The Future. It Is A Timely Response To New Possibilities Being Created By Powerful Trends Of Democracy And Regionalization Based On Understanding And Cooperation.

Looking to the Future


Author: Ginny Dye
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781973979142
Category: Interpersonal relations
Page: 522
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Looking To The Future is the 11th book in the Bregdan Chronicles historical fiction series. As of today, there are 10 books in the series. Make sure you start reading with # 1 - Storm Clouds Rolling In. It's readers like you who have turned the series into a world-wide best-seller. Thank you! Book Description:How will America, and the characters you have come to love, continue to heal from the backlash of the Civil War? Carrie travels to Philadelphia to fulfill a promise, but is stunned by what she discovers, and is thrown into a world she knows nothing about. Moses and Rose are moving forward in college, but will Moses make a different decision? How will Felicia handle the challenges? Jeremy and Marietta receive the surprise of their life, forcing them to make a decision they hoped they would not have to make. Matthew and Janie welcome a new child at the same time Matthew deals with great turmoil. When everyone really just wants a simple, clear future, each person finds they have to make the choice every single day to Look To The Future. Volume # 11 of the Bregdan Chronicles continues the sweeping historical saga that now encompasses the fourth year of American Reconstruction. How many books will be in the Bregdan Chronicles? No one knows yet... Ginny intends to write these character's stories, one year at a time, for as long as she is able to write. She is passionate about bringing history to life through historical fiction. Since she is amazingly healthy, that could be for a very long time! She doesn't like stories to end any more than you do. This one won't end for a very long time! Review: Happy, sad & impatient (waiting for the next book)! History you've never been taught brought forward. I've learned a lot of history from all of Ginny's books (thank you so much for sharing). It's hard to believe these people are fictional. The story continues on in each book, a page turner you'll be reluctant to put down until you've finished reading the entire book. Less than 24 hrs since its' release and I've finished the book. Time to start rereading the entire set again. If you haven't read any of these books you've missed out big time. My suggestion would be just try the first book. If you're not hooked by the first chapter try one more. These books have grabbed my heart & soul from the beginning page right until the last word. Review: I JUST FINISHED ALWAYS FORWARD.. As always reading any of the Bregdan Chronicles, I did not want to put the book down. I will read it again. I have learned so much from reading all 9 of these books. I also felt part of the main people in the book and their families. At one point I cried and cried. Right now I am going to go back and read the book again. I have so much more to learn from this book, and to enjoy reading it all over again. Thank you, GINNY DYE. I love reading, but these are the best books I have ever read. And have opened up my eyes to things I never knew.

Kashmiri Pandits

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Author: M. K. Kaw
Publisher: APH Publishing
ISBN: 9788176482363
Category: Jammu and Kashmir (India)
Page: 296
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Contributed articles presented at the National Seminar on "Kashmiri Pandits: Looking Ahead" held on March 12, 2000; on various facets of the cultural, spiritual, and other aspects of life of Kashmiri Pandits.

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What Does Transformation Mean for Military Manpower and Personnel Policy?
Author: Beth J. Asch,James R. Hosek
Publisher: Minnesota Historical Society
ISBN: 9780833035875
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 38
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Military transformation requires a reassessment of the military's current manpower and personnel policies. The authors discuss the types of personnel management and compensation policy changes that might be required and examine several compensation approaches that could increase flexibility in managing personnel and support a culture of creativity, entrepreneurial activity, and intelligent risk-taking.

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Challenging the Cultural and Attitudinal Barriers to Women in the Public Service
Author: Consultation Group on Employment Equity for Women (Canada),Canada. Treasury Board. Planning and Communications Directorate
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Discrimination in employment
Page: 147
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Author: Theodore H. Moran,Gerald T. West,World Bank
Publisher: World Bank Publications
ISBN: 9780821361542
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 251
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Contributors to this volume consider the state of the political risk insurance industry in the wake of September 11, 2001, the Argentine economic crisis, and other upheavals. The book begins with the supply-side perspective of insurers and then turns to the concerns of investors and lenders, in particular those involved in large infrastructure projects in emerging markets. It concludes with in-depth assessments of new challenges to definitions and coverage of currency transfer, expropriation, breach of contract, and political force majeure. The diverse and detailed arguments collected here come to a consensus: recent changes, contractions, and even losses are fueling the search for creative solutions and will ultimately prove beneficial for participants in the industry.