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The purpose of this study is to describe the geographic distribution of Aboriginal people who live in remote, isolated Aboriginal communities in Canada in terms of how geographic settings and features, particularly those that are characteristic of island dwellers, are related to and can impact aspec...
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The value conflict between local & foreign human resource management styles was examined through case study analysis of the public & parastatal sectors in the Seychelles. Analysis of semistructured survey data from 20 officials & participants in those sectors, personal observation, &...
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Glutamic acid (GA) and kainic acid (KA) are structurally related to domoic acid (DOM), a neurotoxic amino acid that caused human food poisoning in 1987, following consumption of toxic mussels (Mytilus edulis ) from Prince Edward Island, Canada. To study the difference in response of mussels to a phy...
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Local autonomy in a subnational jurisdiction is more likely to be gained, secured or enhanced where there are palpable movements or political parties agitating for independence in these smaller territories. A closer look at the fortunes, operations and dynamics of independence parties from subnation...
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This article discusses the relationship of Malta with the European Union in the light of Malta's status as an example of a 'nationless state'. The article first develops the relevance of this under-researched concept by locating it within the discussion of postcolonial, small island nationalism. It ...
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The article reviews several books including “The Britannic Vision: Historians and the Making of the British Commonwealth of Nations, 1907-48," by W. David Mclntyre, "Christian Realism and the New Realities," by Robin W. Lovin, and "Going to War," by Philip Towle.
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