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open water By Open Water St. Mary's
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An undergraduate journal in the Social Sciences published by the Political Science Department at St. Mary's College of Maryland.
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Open Water By Todd Eberly
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The aim of this journal is to create a forum for the expression and consideration of both central and marginal political issues through scholarly research and analysis. These topics should be of... More > contemporary or future relevance, and evaluated within political, historical, economical, anthropological, or sociological contexts. This analysis should serve as a foundation upon which to base further discussion of domestic and international matters, and inspire meaningful participation in an enlightened debate of political issues. In providing undergraduates an open, non-partisan and structured context in which to put forth their ideas, this journal aspires to contribute to the composite value of knowledge from which well-reasoned and eclectic thought may spring.< Less
Open Waters By David Gullen
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Open Waters… At once beautiful and dangerous, a sun-dappled ever-shifting landscape, restless, emotionless , impenetrable, capricious and heartless. Open Waters… Across which the... More > voyager will sail to wars without end and to the hiding places of the desperate survivors of alien invasion, will follow in the footsteps of lonely, far-from-home explorers and colonists, journey back to Creation itself then burrow into the darker recesses of the human psyche. Open Waters… Sixteen tales of terrible beauty from the imagination of David Gullen< Less
Open Water 2011 By Fevzi Bilgin
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An Undergraduate Journal of Social Science published by Department of Political Science at St. Mary's College of Maryland
Open Water 2011 By Fevzi Bilgin
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Open Water 2010 By Todd Eberly
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The aim of this journal is to create a forum for the expression and consideration of both central and marginal political issues through scholarly research and analysis. These topics should be of... More > contemporary or future relevance, and evaluated within political, historical, economical, anthropological, or sociological contexts. This analysis should serve as a foundation upon which to base further discussion of domestic and international matters, and inspire meaningful participation in an enlightened debate of political issues. In providing undergraduates an open, non-partisan and structured context in which to put forth their ideas, this journal aspires to contribute to the composite value of knowledge from which well-reasoned and eclectic thought may spring. Open Water is published annually, and is open to submissions from all students at St. Mary’s College of Maryland.< Less
Open Water 2010 By Todd Eberly
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The aim of this journal is to create a forum for the expression and consideration of both central and marginal political issues through scholarly research and analysis. These topics should be of... More > contemporary or future relevance, and evaluated within political, historical, economical, anthropological, or sociological contexts. This analysis should serve as a foundation upon which to base further discussion of domestic and international matters, and inspire meaningful participation in an enlightened debate of political issues. In providing undergraduates an open, non-partisan and structured context in which to put forth their ideas, this journal aspires to contribute to the composite value of knowledge from which well-reasoned and eclectic thought may spring. Open Water is published annually, and is open to submissions from all students at St. Mary’s College of Maryland.< Less
Open Water 2012 By Todd Eberly
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The aim of this journal is to create a forum for the expression and consideration of both central and marginal political issues through scholarly research and analysis. These topics should be of... More > contemporary or future relevance, and evaluated within political, historical, economical, anthropological, or sociological contexts.This analysis should serve as a foundation upon which to base further discussion of domestic and international matters, and inspire meaningful participation in an enlightened debate of political issues. In providing undergraduates an open, non-partisan and structured context in which to put forth their ideas, this journal aspires to contribute to the composite value of knowledge from which well-reasoned and eclectic thought may spring. Open Water is published annually, and is open to submissions from all students at St. Mary’s College of Maryland.< Less
Open Water Debacle By Naval Ahmed
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This story gives an account of contentious interactions with religions, races, cultures, societies, politics, people and nations in the future. The whole point of the story is for the unique... More > islanders to give some thought about broader societies to discover greater aspects of civilisation, question now and not much later what society means and how important it is to build human instincts towards tolerance and integration rather than clash with cultures when it comes to impact in some future date as this world is meant for change. Typically, islanders known as Divehīn are a small but a unique people with a common ethnic background of religion, race, culture, history, language, autonomy or lifestyle. Society means comparatively a community of oneness for the islanders who are unaware of other cultures and people. This story raises all debates to enlighten the islanders towards multi-culture and the value it holds for future in an extremely delicate environment of low-lying coral islands in the Maldives.< Less