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Business and Social Science Paris 2014 By Damir Tokic
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Business and Social Science Conference, Paris 2014. Program and proceedings.
Social Science Fiction :: Chivalry Complex By ellie bee
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Poetry by ellie-bee inspired by the Californian Quarter-Life Crisis Experience. (This is the "cheaper" B&W version of this book.)
Social Science Fiction :: Chivalry Complex By Ellie Bee
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poetry by ellie-bee : inspired by the Californian Quarter-Life Crisis experience.
Alternative Perspectives in the Humanities and the Social Sciences By Otto F. von Feigenblatt
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A compedium of research papers representing alternative perspectives in the social sciences and the humanities. Contributors are prominent representatives of their subfields.
Young Scientist USA. Social Science By Y S
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"Young Scientist USA" is a project for young researchers from all around the world. It is a peer-reviewed open access publication that allows users to introduce their study results to the... More > American academic community.< Less
Why Social Science Matters, Issue 2 By Angels Trias i Valls
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In the leading article in this issue of Why Social Science Matters, Patrick Ainley writes: “Many students currently seem in denial about their employment prospects on graduation. Some seem... More > depressed, a few are angry but can see no collective way to express their feelings, resolving only to be better prepared than the next person to fight their corner. Many take refuge in the illusion of a speedy return to ‘business as usual’, ignoring the effect this would have on gathering climate catastrophe.” A range of contributors respond to Patrick’s leading article, exploring our understanding of the current employability agendas and the response from the social sciences, perhaps leading to alternative visions of socially valuable higher education.< Less
Why Social Science Matters, Issue 2 By Angels Trias i Valls
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In the leading article in this issue of Why Social Science Matters, Patrick Ainley writes: “Many students currently seem in denial about their employment prospects on graduation. Some seem... More > depressed, a few are angry but can see no collective way to express their feelings, resolving only to be better prepared than the next person to fight their corner. Many take refuge in the illusion of a speedy return to ‘business as usual’, ignoring the effect this would have on gathering climate catastrophe.” A range of contributors respond to Patrick’s leading article, exploring our understanding of the current employability agendas and the response from the social sciences, perhaps leading to alternative visions of socially valuable higher education.< Less
Research Methodology in the social sciences: Perspectives on Sierra Leone By Emerson Abraham Jackson
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This book addresses core requirements for the development of knowledge relevant in understanding research methodology as a tool for the practitioner researcher and students at university level. It... More > addresses core areas fo relevant to the application of research methodology skills, particularly in the social sciences field.< Less
Emerging Appraoches in Humanities Social Sciences and Commerce By Dr. Nilesh Padalkar
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Language has various semantic features of lexical verbs. These features are dependents of the tenses which used in that reliable language as per the context of its use. Every language has same... More > tenses. Present perfect tenseis usually divided into several types; however, analysis of tangible examples shows that such classifications into types depend on the context and on some semantic features of verbs. The paper flashes the interaction between such features and present perfect with the examples from the contemporary British novel. As per the context of the sentences, the situation of the meaning of sentence is changed. The discussed examples describes to the subsequent tendencies in such interaction: telic and brief situations usually indicate that the goal was reached, while the stative and durative situations usually entail continuation or experience long-lasting up to the point of speech (often in the progressive aspect).< Less
Emerging Appraoches in Humanities Social Sciences and Commerce By Dr. Nilesh Padalkar
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Language has various semantic features of lexical verbs. These features are dependents of the tenses which used in that reliable language as per the context of its use. Every language has same... More > tenses. Present perfect tenseis usually divided into several types; however, analysis of tangible examples shows that such classifications into types depend on the context and on some semantic features of verbs. The paper flashes the interaction between such features and present perfect with the examples from the contemporary British novel. As per the context of the sentences, the situation of the meaning of sentence is changed. The discussed examples describes to the subsequent tendencies in such interaction: telic and brief situations usually indicate that the goal was reached, while the stative and durative situations usually entail continuation or experience long-lasting up to the point of speech (often in the progressive aspect)< Less

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