Negotiating Migration In The Context Of Climate Change

Author: Nash, Sarah
Editor: Bristol University Press
ISBN: 1529201268
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Assessing migration in the context of climate change, Nash draws on empirical research to offer a unique analysis of policymaking in the field. This detailed account is a vital step in understanding the links between global discourses on human mobilities, climate change and specific policy responses. An important contribution to several ongoing debates in academia and beyond.

Negotiating Knowledge

Author: Rachel Hayman
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ISBN: 9781853399268
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"Negotiating Knowledge" draws on a diversity of scholarly and practitioner research across three continents, and a number of case study civil society organizations, operating within local, national, and global spheres, to illuminate these challenges for practitioners, scholars, donors and policy-makers.

Arms Control Policy Planning And Negotiating

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services
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Negotiating Knowledge In Early Modern Empires

Author: L. Kontler
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1137484012
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This volume takes a decentered look at early modern empires and rejects the center/periphery divide. With an unconventional geographical set of cases, including the Holy Roman Empire, the Habsburg, Iberian, French and British empires, as well as China, contributors seize the spatial dynamics of the scientific enterprise.

Swahili Muslim Publics And Postcolonial Experience

Author: Kai Kresse
Editor: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 0253037557
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Swahili Muslim Publics and Postcolonial Experience is an exploration of the ideas and public discussions that have shaped and defined the experience of Kenyan coastal Muslims. Focusing on Kenyan postcolonial history, Kai Kresse isolates the ideas that coastal Muslims have used to separate themselves from their "upcountry Christian" countrymen. Kresse looks back to key moments and key texts—pamphlets, newspapers, lectures, speeches, radio discussions—as a way to map out the postcolonial experience and how it is negotiated in the coastal Muslim community. On one level, this is a historical ethnography of how and why the content of public discussion matters so much to communities at particular points in time. Kresse shows how intellectual practices can lead to a regional understanding of the world and society. On another level, this ethnography of the postcolonial experience also reveals dimensions of intellectual practice in religious communities and thus provides an alternative model that offers a non-Western way to understand regional conceptual frameworks and intellectual practice.

Outcome Of The World Trade Organization Ministerial In Seattle

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means. Subcommittee on Trade
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Constructive Resistance

Author: Mona Lilja
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ISBN: 1538146495
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Presents new theoretical tools for understanding the more productive forms of power and meaning making, which create new subjectivities and ways of life by displaying how time, emotions and repetitions matter.

Negotiating Control

Author: Richard Victor Ericson
Editor: Taylor & Francis Group
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Negotiating Health

Author: Berry Mayall
Editor: Burns & Oates
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Using children's accounts as starting points, this book focuses on children as active negotiators of health at home and school. The author uses data collected from 5- and 9-year-olds, their mothers and primary school staff in one school. The book considers the social world of the school as it impinges on children's health and well-being; it explores teachers' caring work, the lay health care system of the school, the contribution of the school health service, and how mothers and teachers interact on behalf of the children.

Negotiation In Organizational Markets

Author: William G. Gardiner
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Rhodes Journal Of Banking

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The New American Cyclopaedia A Popular Dictionary Of General Knowledge

Author: George Ripley
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Negotiating The Trade Environment Frontier

Author: Stanley W. Burgiel
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Negotiating El Dif Cil

Author: Catherine M. Mazak
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Power Negotiating Tactics And Techniques

Author: David V. Lewis
Editor: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780136877400
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Data Knowledge Engineering

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Evaluating And Negotiating Settlements In Personal Injury Cases 1982

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Negotiating African American Ethnic Identity In The Seventeenth Century Chesapeake

Author: J. Cameron Monroe
Editor: British Archaeological Reports Limited
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This thesis is based on the analysis of over 1,000 clay pipes, of the Colono type, found at three sites on the east coast of the USA within the Chesapeake Bay. The author discusses the archaeological context of the pipes and examines the types of decoration that are represented. He then places the pipes and their iconography within the cultural context of 17th-century Chesapeake. This area was a centre for plantation slavery and the increase in pipe-smoking corresponded with an increase in the slave population. The study argues that the slaves used the pipe decoration to aid the development of a new African-American ethinc identity. Includes an illustrated catalogue.

Negotiating In A Complex World

Author: Michael Watkins
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Drawing on the literatures on negotiation and conflict resolution and our research on international diplomacy, we propose an approach to understanding complexity in negotiation. Rejecting models of the process that are simplistic, sterile, and static, we argue that complexity is inherent and ubiquitous. In ten propositions and a conceptual framework, we lay out key dimensions of complexity and explore ways that skilled negotiators manage it. The propositions and framework focus attention on strategies negotiators employ to create and claim value, shape perceptions and learn, work within the existing structure and shape it, negotiate and mediate, and channel the flow of the process. We also highlight the importance of organizational learning in negotiation, noting that most negotiators manage multiple negotiations in parallel, and most organizations have many negotiators doing similar things.

Ids Brief

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