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Reflections on the Commercialization of Research Conducted in Public Institutions in Canada
We are presently witnessing a remarkable emphasis upon the commercialization of research in public institutions around the world. The issue is polarizing within the academic community, but theExpand
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Industry and the Academy: Conflicts of Interest in Contemporary Health Research
The case of Dr. Nancy Olivieri, the Hospital for Sick Children (HSC), the University of Toronto, and Apotex Inc. (hereinafter the "Olivieri case") is critically important to an understanding of theExpand
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Who Says She's a Bourgeois Writer? Reconsidering the Social and Political Contexts of Jane Austen's Novels
In most of her novels, Jane Austen goes to considerable lengths to offer the reader information about the financial circumstances of her characters, and failure to appreciate its significance canExpand
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Political Characterization in 'Gulliver's Travels'
From the time of its publication onwards Gulliver's Travels has been subjected to severe political analysis, and attempts have been made, with varying degrees of ingenuity, to find consistentExpand
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Jonathan Swift, a Hypocrite Reversed: A Critical Biography@@@Jonathan Swift: Political Writer
Dr Nokes presents a portrait of Swift in his multifarious roles as satirist, politician, churchman, and friend. In particular, he seeks to re-establish a proper balance between Swift's public andExpand
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A Political Biography of Henry Fielding
The most prominent writers of the eighteenth century, such as Swift and Defoe, Addison and Steele, Pope, Gay, Fielding and Johnson, were actively involved in writing pamphlets and periodical essaysExpand
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Clinical Trials and Industry
Several disputes between clinical researchers and pharmaceutical manufacturers have highlighted the critical importance of protecting the right of trial subjects to disclosure of risks and theExpand
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The Power of Money: Commercialisation of Research Conducted in Public Institutions
Against a backdrop of increased costs and decreased support for universities (particularly for basic research) from government and other traditional non-commercial sources, as well as a transition toExpand
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Robert Harley and the Press: Propaganda and Public Opinion in the Age of Swift and Defoe
Part I. 1689-1708: 1. The propaganda of court and country 2. The paper war of 1701 3 Harley and Defoe 4. The Memorial of the Church of England (1705): a case study Part II. 1708-1714: 5. The tort'Expand
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