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Western Rites of Syriac-Malankara Orthodox Churches By George Alexander & Ajesh Philip
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This book is one of the first research studies on Western Rite Orthodox communities of Oriental Orthodox Churches, with emphasis and special reference to the Syriac Orthodox Church of Antioch and the... More > Indian Orthodox Malankara Church. Two Western Rites, the Independent Catholic Church of Ceylon, Goa and India and the Christian (Old Orthodox) Catholic Rite Church of America was constituted with the blessings and permission of Moran Mor Ignatius Peter IV (III) - Patriarch of Antioch and All East. These communities came into existence as a result of the great missionary vision of Patriarch Ignatius Peter IV (III) and the Prelates of Malankara. The book is a journey through the great missionary efforts of Patriarch Ignatius Peter IV (III), Malankara Metropolitan Pulikkottil Mar Joseph Dionysius II, Metropolitan Alvares Mar Julius, Archbishop Rene Vilatte Mar Timotheus I, Dr. Lisboa Pinto, St. Gregorious of Parumala and other great leaders of Syriac and Malankara Churches.< Less
Western Rites of Syriac Malankara Orthodox Churches By George Alexander & Dr. Ajesh Philip
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This book is one of the first research studies on Western Rite Orthodox communities of Oriental Orthodox Churches, with emphasis and special reference to the Syriac Orthodox Church of Antioch and the... More > Indian Orthodox Malankara Church. Two Western Rites, the Independent Catholic Church of Ceylon, Goa and India and the Christian (Old Orthodox) Catholic Rite Church of America was constituted with the blessings and permission of Moran Mor Ignatius Peter IV (III) - Patriarch of Antioch and All East. These communities came into existence as a result of the great missionary vision of Patriarch Ignatius Peter IV (III) and the Prelates of Malankara. The book is a journey through the great missionary efforts of Patriarch Ignatius Peter IV (III), Malankara Metropolitan Pulikkottil Mar Joseph Dionysius II, Metropolitan Alvares Mar Julius, Archbishop Rene Vilatte Mar Timotheus I, Dr Lisbao Pinto, St. Gregorious of Parumala and other great leaders of Syriac and Malankara Churches.< Less
The Marketing Communication Tools By Talha Benani
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Cardiff Metropolitan University (BA) International Business Management Campus of Rabat, Morocco Supervised By: Mr. Samir EL JAAFARI This dissertation tends to study the impact of marketing... More > communication tools on international and local tourist behaviour in Morocco. In recent years, the communication tools have added to the clutter the world experiencing. This has made it essential for marketers and the Moroccan Government to explore the most efficient communication tool on the tourist behaviour in order to receive more young tourists in the next years and increase the economy of the country. For this reason many companies along with the Tourism Ministry focus on developing the most efficient marketing communication tools and try to enhance the way they promote tourism to reach the target market.< Less
Israel Zangwill, Collection By Israel Zangwill
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Israel Zangwill (1864 – 1926) was a British humorist and writer. Zangwill's work earned him the nickname "the Dickens of the Ghetto". He wrote a very influential novel Children of the... More > Ghetto: A Study of a Peculiar People (). The use of the metaphorical phrase "melting pot" to describe American absorption of immigrants was popularised by Zangwill's play The Melting Pot, a hit in the United States in -. The play received its most recent production at New York's Metropolitan Playhouse in March . The Melting-Pot The Big Bow Mystery The King of Schnorrers Dreamers of the Ghetto Children of the Ghetto Ghetto Tragedies Ghetto Comedies The Grey Wig: Stories and Novelettes Chosen Peoples Without Prejudice< Less
6% Place By Eve Picker
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Blighted neighborhoods struggle to reinvent themselves, often with expensive physical investment. The 6% Place experiment has taken a divergent path. Instead of just focusing on physical... More > infrastructure, it looks carefully at how people, not just buildings, can drive change. Studies have shown that creative workers and industries cluster together in the center of metropolitan areas. These studies have also shown that a worker population consisting of just 6% of creative workers can tip the balance towards a neighborhood that is thriving. cityLAB is experimenting with this one simple assumption in its 6% Place experiment. Their goal is to systematically populate a neighborhood with creative workers to reach that 6% goal. cityLAB chose an overlooked and underpopulated neighborhood in Pittsburgh called Garfield, as its first 6% Place. Read how cityLAB defines the problem and the solution with a set of sixteen incentives all designed to drive creative workers to live in the 6% Place.< Less
6% Place By Eve Picker
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Blighted neighborhoods struggle to reinvent themselves, often with expensive physical investment. The 6% Place experiment has taken a divergent path. Instead of just focusing on physical... More > infrastructure, it looks carefully at how people, not just buildings, can drive change. Studies have shown that creative workers and industries cluster together in the center of metropolitan areas. These studies have also shown that a worker population consisting of just 6% of creative workers can tip the balance towards a neighborhood that is thriving. cityLAB is experimenting with this one simple assumption in its 6% Place experiment. Their goal is to systematically populate a neighborhood with creative workers to reach that 6% goal. cityLAB chose an overlooked and underpopulated neighborhood in Pittsburgh called Garfield, as its first 6% Place. Read how cityLAB defines the problem and the solution with a set of sixteen incentives all designed to drive creative workers to live in the 6% Place.< Less
6% Place By Eve Picker
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Blighted neighborhoods struggle to reinvent themselves, often with expensive physical investment. The 6% Place experiment has taken a divergent path. Instead of just focusing on physical... More > infrastructure, it looks carefully at how people, not just buildings, can drive change. Studies have shown that creative workers and industries cluster together in the center of metropolitan areas. These studies have also shown that a worker population consisting of just 6% of creative workers can tip the balance towards a neighborhood that is thriving. cityLAB is experimenting with this one simple assumption in its 6% Place experiment. Their goal is to systematically populate a neighborhood with creative workers to reach that 6% goal. cityLAB chose an overlooked and underpopulated neighborhood in Pittsburgh called Garfield as its first 6% Place. Read how cityLAB defines the problem and the solution with a set of sixteen incentives all designed to drive creative workers to live in the 6% Place.< Less
Assessing State Efforts to Integrate Transportation, Land Use and Climate Change By Rebecca Lewis
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This project explores the institutional barriers and opportunities for reducing VMT, hence GHG, through improved transportation options and smarter development patterns in four states: California,... More > Maryland, Oregon and Washington. The research team analyzed existing policy frameworks around transportation, land use and climate change, outlining the statutory context around plans and actions within state agencies and metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs). The research team used content analysis to analyze existing plans under these agencies, and conducted interviews with over 40 stakeholders to evaluate strengths and weaknesses of state approaches. The research team assessed the existing policy framework within the case study states and offers recommendations for improving existing frameworks. Finally, lessons learned from these four states can inform other states attempting to reduce GHG from transportation.< Less
OTREC-ED-10-04 By Lynn Weigand
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The objective of this project was to develop a new trail planning curriculum and conduct a trail research project in the Portland metropolitan area. The curriculum was created for a community... More > service-based, University Capstone course at Portland State University, with Metro regional government as the community course partner. Project goals include: ● Expanded opportunities for undergraduate students to study trail design and planning for walking and bicycling; ● Practical application of knowledge to a planning project through research and data collection on trail use; ● Raising awareness of bicycle and pedestrian travel among students across disciplines; ● Fostering continuing involvement and interest in regional bicycle and pedestrian travel and trail development; ● Research on the amount and type of use of certain regional trails to demonstrate their value in the regional transportation network; and ● Creating a model for trail planning and research curriculum.< Less
OTREC-ED-10-04 By Lynn Weigand
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The objective of this project was to develop a new trail planning curriculum and conduct a trail research project in the Portland metropolitan area. The curriculum was created for a community... More > service-based, University Capstone course at Portland State University, with Metro regional government as the community course partner. Project goals include: ● Expanded opportunities for undergraduate students to study trail design and planning for walking and bicycling; ● Practical application of knowledge to a planning project through research and data collection on trail use; ● Raising awareness of bicycle and pedestrian travel among students across disciplines; ● Fostering continuing involvement and interest in regional bicycle and pedestrian travel and trail development; ● Research on the amount and type of use of certain regional trails to demonstrate their value in the regional transportation network; and ● Creating a model for trail planning and research curriculum.< Less

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