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The impact of the 2003 heat wave on daily mortality in England and Wales and the use of rapid weekly mortality estimates.
This paper describes a retrospective analysis of the impact of the 2003 heat wave on mortality in England and Wales, and compares this with rapid estimates based on the Office for National StatisticsExpand
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Political parties in American society
In this comprehensive introduction to political parties, two leading scholars examine how the party systems works and why it is important, giving students a richer understanding of the role ofExpand
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The impact of explicit racial cues on gender differences in support for confederate symbols and partisanship
Researchers have argued that explicit racial appeals are rejected in contemporary American politics because they are perceived as violating the norm of racial equality. We test this claim with anExpand
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American Politics and the African American Quest for Universal Freedom
I. FOUNDATIONS. 1. Universal Freedom Declared, Universal Freedom Denied: Racism, Slavery, and the Ideology of White Supremecy in the Founding of the Republic. 2. Federalism and the Limits ofExpand
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Small group methods in medical teaching
  • H. Walton
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Medical education
  • 1 November 1997
A teaching skill essential for all medical educators is small group competence. Lack of it can never have been more damaging: medical teachers have now to promote active learning, for which smallExpand
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African American Power and Politics: The Political Context Variable
1. Elections1. Epistemology and the Native-Son Candidate2. Theory3. Methodology2. The Political Context of a Native-Son Candidate4. The Arkansas Electorate5. The African American Electorate3. TheExpand
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The Red and Blue State Divide in Black and White: The Historic 2008 Election of President Barack Obama
Springfield, Illinois on that cold Saturday morning, February 10, 2007, in nearly every circle of thought in most racial and ethnic minority enclaves of America, to say nothing of the majorityExpand
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