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UK Citizenship in the Early 21st Century: Earning and Losing the Right to Stay

Puzzo, Catherine (19 juil. 2016)

In February 2009 Gordon Brown’s government promoted the concept of ‘earned citizenship’ which is based on the principle that British citizenship is a privilege that must be earned, that applying for UK citizenship is a long journey and that migrants have to undergo a series of tests before ...

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Methodological framework for World Health Organization estimates of the global burden of foodborne disease

Devleesschauwer, Brecht et al. (1 déc. 2015)

textabstractBackground: The Foodborne Disease Burden Epidemiology Reference Group (FERG) was established in 2007 by the World Health Organization to estimate the global burden of foodborne diseases (FBDs). This paper describes the methodological framework developed by FERG's Computational Task Force ...

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Pratiques enseignantes et diversité sexuelle. Analyse des pratiques pédagogiques et d'intervention d'enseignants de l'école secondaire québécoise

Richard, Gabrielle (27 août 2014)

In Québec and elsewhere, school climate surveys have documented since 2000 the prevalence of homophobic violence, especially in high schools, and its negative impacts of its victims— whether or not they identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or questioning (LGBQ). The dissemination of subsequent data ...

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Cutmarked human remains bearing Neandertal features and modern human remains associated with the Aurignacian at Les Rois

V. Ramirez Rozzi, Fernando et al. (2009)

International audience The view that Aurignacian technologies and their associated symbolic manifestations represent the archaeological proxy for the spread of Anatomically Modern Humans into Europe, is supported by few diagnostic human remains, including those from the Aurignacian site of Les Rois ...

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Properties if interpersonal language and attribution

Semin, G.R. et al. (1992)

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Aid effecieness. Opening the black box

Bourguignon, François et al. (mai 2007)

This paper examines the causality chain linking aid flows to development outcomes. It argues that many of the questions policymakers and economists would like data to answer simply cannot be answered due to the complexity and "noise" along links in the chain, and the problem of attribution. It then ...

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Dastūr al-‘amal ba-qawl aṭibbā-yi hindī

Speziale, Fabrizio (7 déc. 2015)

International audience The Dastūr al-‘amal ba-qawl aṭibbā-yi hindī (The Practical Rules [of Medicine] according to the Indian Physicians) is a short text on rules of seasonal health according to Indian medicine. The preface of the only known manuscript copy, preserved at the British Library, ...

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Women and Entrepreneurship: A gender comparison in Spain

Peris Ortiz, Marta et al. (2014)

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. In the institutionalization of men s and women s roles in today s society, three key issues affect women s entrepreneurial capacity. First, women seek to balance their family and professional lives. Second, capitalist society ...

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Wherein lies the normative dimension in mental content?

Engel, Pascal (2000)

I argue that the normative dimension in mental content does not figure in the content as a direct feature of this content. But I do not take is as an extrinsic feature due to the properties of our ascriptions either. I suggest that the normativity has to do with the possibility of self attribution ...

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