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  • Shamatov, Duishon (Aga Khan University, Institute for Educational Development, Karachi, 2006)
    This qualitative study examines and develops an in-depth understanding of two beginning teachers’ professional socializations in post-Soviet Kyrgyzstan. The study is a historical and descriptive account that provides ...
  • Morrison, Alexander Stephen (2012)
    In this paper I explore the characteristics which historians normally attribute to 'modern' forms of Imperialism, and whether these make sense when applied to Russia. I conclude by making some tentative suggestions as to ...
  • Duffel, Siegfried (2015)
    "As I’m writing this, Christians are brutally murdering Muslims in the Central African Republic; people in Syria are being bombed, starved, and tortured; and homosexuals still face the death penalty in Iran as well ...
  • Filchenko (Фильченко), Andrey (Андрей) (Landscape and Culture in Northern Eurasia, 2011)
    This local case study illustrates the ways in which local upper Vasiugan community construct, inhabit and structure their local cultural landscape with regard to general ecology, belief, kinship, delimited into a variety ...
  • Duffel, Siegfried (2013)
    This article examines long-standing debates in moral philosophy that are relevant to international human rights law. It discusses the political conception of human rights and the four challenges to moral philosophy which ...
  • Nikolaeva, Ralitza; Dello Russo, Silvia (Palgrave McMillan, 2016)
    The current chapter looks at a grossly overlooked aspect affecting employee dignity in the workplace – the physical environment. While the knowledge economy has grown tremendously in the last four decades, researchers have ...
  • Pelizzo, Riccardo (2006)
    Building on the work by Huntington (1968) and Panebianco (1983) this chapters discusses the relationship between corruption and the inadequate institutionalization of political parties.
  • Alexandros, Ginnis; Konstantinos, Kostas; Constantinos, Politis; Panagiotis, Kaklis (Springer International Publishing, 2015-04-01)
    Virtual Environment for Life On Ships (VELOS) is a multi-user Virtual Reality (VR) system that supports designers to assess (early in the design process) passenger and crew activities on a ship for both normal and ...