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ReconnaîTre, Valoriser Et Transmettre : Les Ateliers Design Et Culture MatéRielle En Territoire Guarani (BréSil)—Une PéDagogie Hybride Entre Art, Artisanat Et Design Pour Le DéVeloppement De Vecteurs De Transmission Culturellement Signifiants., Élisabeth Kaine 2010 Western University

ReconnaîTre, Valoriser Et Transmettre : Les Ateliers Design Et Culture MatéRielle En Territoire Guarani (BréSil)—Une PéDagogie Hybride Entre Art, Artisanat Et Design Pour Le DéVeloppement De Vecteurs De Transmission Culturellement Signifiants., ÉLisabeth Kaine

Aboriginal Policy Research Consortium International (APRCi)

No abstract provided.


Reclaiming First Nations Research: The Keewaytinook Okimakanak Research Institute, Brian Walmark 2010 Western University

Reclaiming First Nations Research: The Keewaytinook Okimakanak Research Institute, Brian Walmark

Aboriginal Policy Research Consortium International (APRCi)

No abstract provided.


Self-Government Agreements And Canadian Courts, Stephen M. McGilligan 2010 Western University

Self-Government Agreements And Canadian Courts, Stephen M. Mcgilligan

Aboriginal Policy Research Consortium International (APRCi)

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Sortir Des Sentiers Battus : Repenser Le RôLe Des UniversitéS Dans Le Soutien À L’Autonomie Gouvernementale Autochtone, Jean-François Savard, Madeleine Moreau, Michelle Jacob 2010 Western University

Sortir Des Sentiers Battus : Repenser Le RôLe Des UniversitéS Dans Le Soutien À L’Autonomie Gouvernementale Autochtone, Jean-FrançOis Savard, Madeleine Moreau, Michelle Jacob

Aboriginal Policy Research Consortium International (APRCi)

No abstract provided.


International Perspectives On First Nations Land Tenure Reform, Jamie Baxter, Michael Trebilcock 2010 Western University

International Perspectives On First Nations Land Tenure Reform, Jamie Baxter, Michael Trebilcock

Aboriginal Policy Research Consortium International (APRCi)

No abstract provided.


Finding The Keys To Unlock Successful Aboriginal Community Governance: Case Studies Of Three Aboriginal Councils In North Queensland, Australia, Michael Limerick 2010 Western University

Finding The Keys To Unlock Successful Aboriginal Community Governance: Case Studies Of Three Aboriginal Councils In North Queensland, Australia, Michael Limerick

Aboriginal Policy Research Consortium International (APRCi)

No abstract provided.


Mapping The Legal Consciousness Of First Nations Voters: Understanding Voting Rights Mobilization, Lesley A. Jacobs 2010 Western University

Mapping The Legal Consciousness Of First Nations Voters: Understanding Voting Rights Mobilization, Lesley A. Jacobs

Aboriginal Policy Research Consortium International (APRCi)

No abstract provided.


In Praise Of Taxes: The Link Between Taxation And Good Governance In A First Nations Context, John Graham, Jodi Bruhn 2010 Western University

In Praise Of Taxes: The Link Between Taxation And Good Governance In A First Nations Context, John Graham, Jodi Bruhn

Aboriginal Policy Research Consortium International (APRCi)

No abstract provided.


Explaining Aboriginal Turnout In Federal Elections: Evidence From Alberta, Saskatchewan, And Manitoba, Allison Harell, Dimitrios Panagos, J. Scott Matthews 2010 Western University

Explaining Aboriginal Turnout In Federal Elections: Evidence From Alberta, Saskatchewan, And Manitoba, Allison Harell, Dimitrios Panagos, J. Scott Matthews

Aboriginal Policy Research Consortium International (APRCi)

No abstract provided.


A Fourth Amendment For The Poor Alone: Subconstitutional Status And The Myth Of The Inviolate Home, Jordan C. Budd 2010 University of New Hampshire School of Law

A Fourth Amendment For The Poor Alone: Subconstitutional Status And The Myth Of The Inviolate Home, Jordan C. Budd

Law Faculty Scholarship

For much of our nation’s history, the poor have faced pervasive discrimination in the exercise of fundamental rights. Nowhere has the impairment been more severe than in the area of privacy. This Article considers the enduring legacy of this tradition with respect to the Fourth Amendment right to domestic privacy. Far from a matter of receding historical interest, the diminution of the poor’s right to privacy has accelerated in recent years and now represents a powerful theme within the jurisprudence of poverty. Triggering this development has been a series of challenges to aggressive administrative practices adopted by localities in the …


Emotional Intelligence: The Secret Of Successful Entrepreneurship?, Amy E. Boren 2010 University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Emotional Intelligence: The Secret Of Successful Entrepreneurship?, Amy E. Boren

Faculty Publications: Agricultural Leadership, Education & Communication Department

An emerging, and very promising, stream of research on entrepreneurs pertains to the role of affect -- feelings and emotions -- in enhancing the potential success of entrepreneurial ventures. For example, research indicates that positive emotions may enhance entrepreneurial creativity, including opportunity recognition (Baron, 2008). Additionally, entrepreneurs who display passion -- positive, intense feelings -- about their ventures tend to be more successful than those who do not display passion (Baum & Locke, 2004). Positive emotions also influence an entrepreneur's ability to turn past experiences into present solutions through heuristic processing (Baron, 2008), and to deal effectively with the persistent …


Balancing Fear: Why Counter-Terror Legislation Was Blocked After The Oklahoma City And London Bombings, Gabriel Rubin 2010 Montclair State University

Balancing Fear: Why Counter-Terror Legislation Was Blocked After The Oklahoma City And London Bombings, Gabriel Rubin

Department of Justice Studies Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

This article scrutinizes the legislative reactions to the Oklahoma City Bombing and the 2005 London Bombings to try to decipher why counter-terror legislation was substantially blocked after these attacks. It finds that the partisan composition of the government and executive approval ratings are critical to the passage of counter-terror laws. In light of the recent slew of counter-terror legislation passed worldwide, cases, where counter-terror legislation has been blocked, have become critically important. To this end, this article asks, “Why does counter-terror legislation get blocked when it does?” To answer the question, three variables are tested: partisan composition of the government, …


March 12, 2010 - Staff Meeting Agenda, 2009 University of Nebraska - Lincoln

March 12, 2010 - Staff Meeting Agenda

ALEC Committee Minutes

No abstract provided.


President Obama, Public Participation, And An Agenda For Research And Experimentation, Thomas Bryer 2009 University of Central Florida

President Obama, Public Participation, And An Agenda For Research And Experimentation, Thomas Bryer

Thomas A Bryer

The Obama Administration has offered citizens and onlookers from other nations a host of innovative efforts to make the United States federal government more open, participatory, and collaborative. In this issue of the International Journal of Public Participation, a set of invited authors consider the varying levels of success of this work demonstrated thus far and raise important research and practical questions for the Administration and others who might learn from the Administration’s experiences. In this introduction, some of these questions are reviewed and notable practices are summarized. Ultimately, it is concluded that, though the Administration is still young, there …


Public Engagement In The Obama Administration: Building A Democracy Bubble?, Thomas Bryer 2009 University of Central Florida

Public Engagement In The Obama Administration: Building A Democracy Bubble?, Thomas Bryer

Thomas A Bryer

Following the Bush Administration, the Obama team enhanced access for citizens to participatory venues. Extending and enhancing access gives citizens opportunity to develop their citizenship skills, potentially influence policy, and potentially become better connected to community life. The Administration can be applauded for participatory innovations, but the Administration needs to proceed strategically to ensure the innovations do not produce more harm than good and to ensure that the real change they are producing is not whisked away in the next Administration as rapidly as an information cascade infects the citizenry. This article develops the idea of a democracy bubble as …


Living Democracy In Theory And Practice: Getting Dirty In A Local Government Incorporation Process, Thomas Bryer 2009 University of Central Florida

Living Democracy In Theory And Practice: Getting Dirty In A Local Government Incorporation Process, Thomas Bryer

Thomas A Bryer

Poinciana, Florida is a growing community in Central Florida. The master homeowners association contracted for an incorporation feasibility study to determine whether Poinciana could survive as a city. This article describes the public participation process designed and implemented as part of the feasibility study and articulates the goals, principles, and venues of the design, the challenges or barriers confronted, and suggestions for revisions to statutory guidelines for incorporation are described with the purpose of moving towards the institutionalization of public participation as a cultural norm.


The Business Of Punishing: Impediments To Accountability In The Private Corrections Industry, Stephen Raher 2009 Lewis & Clark Law School

The Business Of Punishing: Impediments To Accountability In The Private Corrections Industry, Stephen Raher

Stephen Raher

No abstract provided.


Is The European Union Ready For Fdi From Emerging Markets?, Judith Clifton, Daniel Díaz-Fuentes 2009 Universidad de Cantabria

Is The European Union Ready For Fdi From Emerging Markets?, Judith Clifton, Daniel Díaz-Fuentes

Judith Clifton

This chapter asks whether the European Union Member States are ready for inward Foreign Direct Investment from the Emerging Markets. It concludes that European Union Member States have relatively open Foreign Direct Investment regimes in the international context, and yet instances of protectionism have been apparent in the recent period. However, protectionism has occurred both vis-a-vis Foreign Direct Investment from the Global South as well as from within the European Union, particularly in the so-called 'strategic' industries.


Survey For “The Story Of Good Citizenship: Framing Public Policy In The Context Of Duty-Based Versus Engaged Citizenship", Mark K. McBeth 2009 Policy Studies Organization

Survey For “The Story Of Good Citizenship: Framing Public Policy In The Context Of Duty-Based Versus Engaged Citizenship", Mark K. Mcbeth

Mark K McBeth

No abstract provided.


Wargaming, Beat Habegger 2009 Selected Works

Wargaming, Beat Habegger

Beat Habegger

No abstract provided.


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