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Martin Luther and Childhood Disability in 16th Century Germany
ABSTRACT Martin Luther's views on disability have been widely misapprehended and caricatured on the basis of a few items in a dubious edition of shorthand notes of conversations. His written andExpand
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Some Influences of Religions on Attitudes Towards Disabilities and People with Disabilities
Abstract The paper reviews some significant moments or texts relating to disability in Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism, as they might impinge on the work of counsellors orExpand
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Belief into Practice
Abstract The paper discusses some historical and current attitudes and practical responses by adherents of the major religions and philosophies toward disabled people. The idea that no formal careExpand
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4.11 Non-Apis ( Bombus terrestris ) versus honeybee ( Apis mellifera ) acute oral and contact sensitivity – Preliminary results of ECPA company data evaluation
A preliminary data evaluation was conducted by ECPA companies to compare the sensitivity of bumblebees (Bombus terrestris) with the sensitivity of honeybees (Apis mellifera). For the evaluation aboutExpand
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Semi-field and field testing on the honey bee working group
152 Julius-Kühn-Archiv, 450, 2015 2.16 Semi-field and field testing on the honey bee working group Frank Bakker, Heino Christl, Mike Coulson, Axel Dinter, Hervé Giffard, Nicole Hanewald, Gavin Lewis,Expand
ICPPR WG Semi-field and field Report and Discussion
The ICPPR Semi-Field/Field Testing (SF/FT) workgroup consists of several ‘writing groups’ that are focused developing technical guidance that is focused on 4 separate but related topics: 1) designingExpand