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Ecological Ethics: An Introduction
* Acknowledgements * Chapter 1: Introduction *" This Book *" Value and Nature *" Ethics and Grub *" What's New? *" Transparency * Chapter 2: Ecological Crisis *" The Signs *" Analysing Ecocrisis *"Expand
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Consumerization and IT Department Conflict
We identify the conflicts that corporate IT departments encounter when their organization embraces IT consumerization. Expand
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Prophecy and Power: Astrology in Early Modern England
Part 1 Introduction: this book astrology in historical context astrological theory and terminology. Part 2 From heyday to crisis - 1642-1710: astrology in the interregnum - halcyon days, WilliamExpand
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Defending Middle-Earth: Tolkien: Myth and Modernity
Although highly popular "The Lord of the Rings" has also been widely labelled as reactionary and escapist by hostile critics. This text shows just how mistaken they are. He reveals Tolkien's profoundExpand
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Foregrounding ecojustice in conservation
Abstract Justice for nature remains a confused term. In recent decades justice has predominantly been limited to humanity, with a strong focus on social justice, and its spin-off – environmentalExpand
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An Evaluation of Portable Wet Bulb Globe Temperature Monitor Accuracy.
CONTEXT   Wet bulb globe temperature (WBGT) is the gold standard for assessing environmental heat stress during physical activity. Many manufacturers of commercially available instruments fail toExpand
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Consumer Risk: The Importance of Privacy and Security while Connected to Wi-Fi Hotspots: Does Location Matter?
  • P. Curry
  • Business, Computer Science
  • 2011
This paper examines trust, privacy, security, risk and convenience related to users‟ intentions to use free Wi-Fi hotspots. Expand
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Heat Policy Revision for Georgia High School Football Practices Based on Data-Driven Research.
CONTEXT Interscholastic heat policies for football have not been evidence based. Therefore, their effectiveness in mitigating exertional heat illness has not been assessed. OBJECTIVE To discuss theExpand
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Astrology, science and society : historical essays
"Evolved out of a conference held at the Warburg Institute, London, in March 1984, on the history of medieval and Renaissance astrology in Europe"--Acknowledgments.
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