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Globalization And Development In Latin America And The Caribbean: A Review, Diego José Romero 2014 Chapman University

Globalization And Development In Latin America And The Caribbean: A Review, Diego José Romero

e-Research: A Journal of Undergraduate Work

Globalization and Development: A Latin American and Caribbean Perspective (2003) is a study of the process of globalization in the economic, political and cultural spheres, focusing mainly on the economic developments. Understanding the process as being multidimensional in nature, the authors, José Antonio Ocampo and Juan Martin, the Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) and the Special Advisor to the Executive Secretary respectively[i], analyze globalization as a historic event realized in three well-differentiated phases, which prove, that it is not an irreversible process. The authors define globalization as "the growing influence exerted ...


A Review Of Inhuman Conditions: On Cosmopolitanism And Human Rights, Jessica Browne 2014 Chapman University

A Review Of Inhuman Conditions: On Cosmopolitanism And Human Rights, Jessica Browne

e-Research: A Journal of Undergraduate Work

Pheng Cheah's book Inhuman Conditions: On Cosmopolitanism and Human Rights connects globalization and cosmopolitanism to the humanities in an effort to understand the nature of humanity itself. At its core, Cheah's arguments seem to relate to the quote from his book, "Humanity . . . is, after all, an interminable work of collaboration and comparison."[1] He makes his way through various stages of discourse. First, he presents theconcept of new cosmopolitanism as a departure from the cosmopolitanism of Immanuel Kant and Karl Marx. He positions new cosmopolitanism within an intellectual and philosophical paradigm relative to nationalism and cosmopolitanism as "vehicles ...


Ten Steps In Trial Preparation, Maureen Seidel 2014 Eastern Illinois University

Ten Steps In Trial Preparation, Maureen Seidel

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

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Arbitrability And Framing The Issue, Maureen Seidel 2014 Eastern Illinois University

Arbitrability And Framing The Issue, Maureen Seidel

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

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Annual Legal Update, Aaron Nisenson 2014 Eastern Illinois University

Annual Legal Update, Aaron Nisenson

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

This was a year of great expectations in the field of higher education law, and it continues as such, with our expectations unfulfilled. There were some significant decisions issued shortly after the last Annual Conference. In June of 2013, the U.S Supreme Court issued five decisions of importance to faculty members and institutions: in Fisher (infra at pg. 12), the Court reaffirmed the legal standard applicable to affirmative action in higher education admissions; in two employment law cases, Nassar and Vance, (infra at pg. 14-15) the Court addressed the standard of proof in retaliation cases and the issue of ...


Recent Developments At The National Labor Relations Board And The Impact On Colleges And Universities, Nicholas DiGiovanni Esq. 2014 Eastern Illinois University

Recent Developments At The National Labor Relations Board And The Impact On Colleges And Universities, Nicholas Digiovanni Esq.

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

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Impacts Of Moocs On Intellectual Property Rights And Collective Bargaining, Nicholas Anastasopoulos 2014 Eastern Illinois University

Impacts Of Moocs On Intellectual Property Rights And Collective Bargaining, Nicholas Anastasopoulos

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

Massive Open Online Courses (“MOOCs”) are free, online courses offered by institutions of higher education to individual users across the world, and in the vast majority of cases, without any admissions criteria. MOOCs are popular with individuals because they offer unprecedented, free access to the best institutions in the world that were previously inaccessible to the vast majority of the population–all a user needs is a computer and Internet access. College and university administrators are excited about MOOCs because of the marketing reach and additional revenues available through this medium. Professors are excited to have their lectures seen by ...


Moocs: When Opening Doors To Education, Institutions Must Ensure That People With Disabilities Have Equal Access, Nicholas Anastasopoulos, Amanda Marie Baer 2014 Eastern Illinois University

Moocs: When Opening Doors To Education, Institutions Must Ensure That People With Disabilities Have Equal Access, Nicholas Anastasopoulos, Amanda Marie Baer

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

Massive Open Online Courses (“MOOCs”) are free online courses offered by institutions of higher education to individuals across the world, without any admissions criteria. Through web-based courses hosted by MOOC platforms, such as Coursera or edX, student-participants learn by accessing media, including documents, pictures and uploaded lectures on the course website.

While MOOCs may make access to education easier for individuals with certain disabilities, their format may render the courses inaccessible to individuals who have vision or hearing impairment. Many individuals with vision impairment use “assistive technology,” such as screen readers and voice recognition software, to use computers and access ...


Interest-Based Bargaining In Higher Education, Jim Castagnera 2014 Eastern Illinois University

Interest-Based Bargaining In Higher Education, Jim Castagnera

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

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Interest Based Negotiations Cheat Sheet, Conrad Bowling 2014 Eastern Illinois University

Interest Based Negotiations Cheat Sheet, Conrad Bowling

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

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Interest Based Problem Solving - Problem Statement Sheet, Conrad Bowling 2014 Eastern Illinois University

Interest Based Problem Solving - Problem Statement Sheet, Conrad Bowling

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

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Handout 4: American Bar Association - Confidentiality When Lawyer Represents Multiple Clients In The Same Or Related Matters, John Gaal 2014 Eastern Illinois University

Handout 4: American Bar Association - Confidentiality When Lawyer Represents Multiple Clients In The Same Or Related Matters, John Gaal

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

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Handout 3: Transactions With Persons Other Than Clients, John Gaal 2014 Eastern Illinois University

Handout 3: Transactions With Persons Other Than Clients, John Gaal

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

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Handout 2: Ethics In Higher Education Part 2, John Gaal 2014 Eastern Illinois University

Handout 2: Ethics In Higher Education Part 2, John Gaal

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

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Handout 1: Ethics In Higher Education, John Gaal 2014 Eastern Illinois University

Handout 1: Ethics In Higher Education, John Gaal

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

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Handout: University Of Hawai'i Faculty Contract, Richard Westbury Nettell 2014 Eastern Illinois University

Handout: University Of Hawai'i Faculty Contract, Richard Westbury Nettell

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

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Countering Contingency?, Richard Westbury Nettell 2014 Eastern Illinois University

Countering Contingency?, Richard Westbury Nettell

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

The University of Hawai‘i Professional Assembly (UHPA) represents higher education faculty across the state, in a system that includes one major research university, two four-year colleges, and six community colleges. Qualification to be a member of the bargaining unit (and receive full health benefits) is 50% employment. Furthermore, the term “faculty” includes not only instructional faculty (including lecturers, who are by definition temporary, and instructors, who are longer-term but non-tenure-track), but also researchers, librarians, counselors, and others who come under the general designation of specialist. This basically means everyone working in the state’s higher education system is part ...


Article Xxi(A), Non-Tenure Track Faculty Contract (Amherst), Holly Lawrence 2014 Eastern Illinois University

Article Xxi(A), Non-Tenure Track Faculty Contract (Amherst), Holly Lawrence

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

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Taking The Adjunct Out Of Adjunct Faculty, Holly Lawrence 2014 Eastern Illinois University

Taking The Adjunct Out Of Adjunct Faculty, Holly Lawrence

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

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Distance Learning Best Practices And Collective Bargaining, Michael M. McDermott 2014 Eastern Illinois University

Distance Learning Best Practices And Collective Bargaining, Michael M. Mcdermott

Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy

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