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Montana Vision Travel Research: 2003, Norma P. Nickerson Feb 2003

Montana Vision Travel Research: 2003, Norma P. Nickerson

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

Outlook for 2003 and Review of 2002.


Review Of Cure: A Story Of Cancer And Politics From The Annals Of The Cold War, John Stephen Brantley Jan 2003

Review Of Cure: A Story Of Cancer And Politics From The Annals Of The Cold War, John Stephen Brantley

Steve Brantley

No abstract provided.


Book Review - Kate Langdon Forhan, The Political Theory Of Christine De Pizan, Louise D'Arcens Jan 2003

Book Review - Kate Langdon Forhan, The Political Theory Of Christine De Pizan, Louise D'Arcens

Faculty of Arts - Papers (Archive)

Christine de Pizan scholars are familiar with Kate Langdon Forhan’s many valuable contributions to the growing research into Christine’s political writings. In The Political Theory of Christine de Pizan Forhan seeks to bring Christine’s work to the attention of a new audience, political theorists, in order to ensure a place for her within the mainstream history of political theory. In so doing she continues the worthy task already underway in her translation of Christine’s Book of the Body Politic for Cambridge’s Texts in the History of Political Thought series, and her Medieval Political Theory reader ...


A Literature Review On The International State Of Knowledge Of Drug Testing At Work, With Particular Reference To The U.S, Peter Francis, Natalia K. Hanley, David Wray Jan 2003

A Literature Review On The International State Of Knowledge Of Drug Testing At Work, With Particular Reference To The U.S, Peter Francis, Natalia K. Hanley, David Wray

Faculty of Social Sciences - Papers (Archive)

Over the last forty years there has been a substantial growth in workforce drug testing. Most notably, this proliferation has occurred across U.S. industry and federal organisations. Developments in the U.S. have become the catalyst for an international debate on the issue of substance use in the workplace and ways of responding to it.


Review Of Cure: A Story Of Cancer And Politics From The Annals Of The Cold War, John Stephen Brantley Jan 2003

Review Of Cure: A Story Of Cancer And Politics From The Annals Of The Cold War, John Stephen Brantley

Faculty Research & Creative Activity

No abstract provided.


Review Of Cure: A Story Of Cancer And Politics From The Annals Of The Cold War, John Brantley Jan 2003

Review Of Cure: A Story Of Cancer And Politics From The Annals Of The Cold War, John Brantley

Faculty Research & Creative Activity

No abstract provided.


The Annual Register, 1758-2001, Tammy Sugarman Jan 2003

The Annual Register, 1758-2001, Tammy Sugarman

University Library Faculty Publications

Review of the database The Annual Register, 1758-2001. Journal available online at www.emeraldinsight.com/rr.htm


American Exceptionalism And Us Foreign Policy: Public Diplomacy At The End Of The Cold War, Steve Yetiv Jan 2003

American Exceptionalism And Us Foreign Policy: Public Diplomacy At The End Of The Cold War, Steve Yetiv

Political Science & Geography Faculty Publications

This book offers an interesting foray into an important and timely subject. The author explores chiefly how American leaders have used the idea of American exceptionalism to realize foreign and domestic goals, including building support for government policies. But the work also deals more broadly with rhetoric and its meaning in American public diplomacy and foreign policy.