Victoria Johnson

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S cholars have identified benefits of viewing work as a calling, but little research has explored the notion that people are frequently unable to work in occupations that answer their callings. To develop propositions on how individuals experience and pursue unanswered callings, we conducted a qualitative study based on interviews with 31 employees across a(More)
We have previously reported that angiotensin II (Ang II) protects cortical neurons from chemical-induced hypoxia through activation of the angiotensin type 2 (AT(2)) receptor. Here, we show in mouse primary neuronal cultures that the AT(2) receptor neuroprotection results from the activation of the delayed rectifier K(+) channel as well as the involvement(More)
Voltage-gated ion channels are well known for their functional roles in excitable tissues. Excitable tissues rely on voltage-gated ion channels and their auxiliary subunits to achieve concerted electrical activity in living cells. Auxiliary subunits are also known to provide functional diversity towards the transport and biogenesis properties of the(More)
  • Adair Lord, Turner, Kenneth E Boulding, Andrew Simms, Victoria Johnson, R K Pachauri +4 others
  • 2010
Growth isn't possible Why we need a new economic direction Foreword 2 Introduction 4 Greenhouse gas emissions and current climate change 24 Scenarios of growth and emission reductions 52 Peak Oil, Gas and Coal? 69 Carbon capture and storage – 85 the nuclear fusion of the 2010s? The limits to nuclear 91 The hydrogen economy 93 Biofuels 95 Geoengineering –(More)
This chapter makes the argument that software engineers, as part of a program of moving toward more formal professionalization, should be licensed. It outlines the nature of the profession and the arguments that justify licensing in professions other than software engineering. It then traces the initial steps the software industry has already taken towards(More)
This chapter exposes professionals to laws dealing with data management. Both positive and negative aspects of legislation are highlighted. The purpose of this chapter is to expose the reader to some of the more interesting legal issues and provide insight into how information systems professionals and businesses may protect themselves from the negative(More)