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Author: Gillian Brock

equal, but poor, life options, or a situation in which, though there is some inequality of access, everyone has access to devel- oping a range of skills so they can earn a living (or meet their needs) with dignity and delight, we should surely choose the second situation.46 168 gillian brock 47 I

In: Global Justice and International Affairs
Author: Jens Friebe

be more older staff and a shortage of younger workers. demographic ageing is a continuous process which will accelerate in the next two decades in germany. according to the german federal institute for population research, the average life expectancy stood at 82 years for women and 77 years for

In: Imploding Populations in Japan and Germany
Author: Lise Vogel

-work on women are physical and moral. Long hours and ghastly working and living conditions render women- workers vulnerable to severe bone deformations and diseases. Women-workers have a high rate of miscarriages. Child-birth is exceptionally difficult. Fear of loss of wages or dismissal forces

In: Marxism and the Oppression of Women

those areas is quite good. But the problems to be Source: Strohmeier and Alic (2006). Figure 3 Dimensions of segregation: urban neighbourhoods in a three- dimensional space shrinking cities and residential segregation 251 solved (or the bottlenecks in family life) are of a different nature here than

In: Imploding Populations in Japan and Germany
Author: C.W. Roberts

implementations (e.g., by restraining interpreters’ physical mobility) and face the increased opposition that these more noticeable implementations will motivate. On the other hand, they may weaken their implementations (e.g., by tolerating “minor” rule violations) and face a decrease in the number of THE

In: "The" Fifth Modality
Author: C.W. Roberts

Nerby’s mind as it reads and potentially motivates (or unmotivates) itself. Each of the next four chapters is an excursion into a distinct modality. My purpose in these chapters is to breathe life into the four modalities so compactly rendered during our Gedankenexperiment. Since members of most

In: "The" Fifth Modality

PART SIX THE COMPARATIVE DIMENSION CHAPTER FIFTEEN RELIGION, TERRITORY AND MULTICULTURALISM Yitzhak Sternberg Introduction In the discussion about the major impacts of the globalization process on recent and contemporary religious life, a prominent place is given to consequences of the increase

In: World Religions and Multiculturalism

. From the perspective of those living north of the Mediterranean, these migrants must be utterly des- perate to embark on such a perilous journey, which only a few daring reporters are willing to share. While more and more resources are being directed towards curbing appar- ently poverty

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In: Education, Learning, Training
Author: C.W. Roberts

simply the inscription in life of the admirable words of the prayer: “Amen—So be it.” (Althusser 1984, p. 55, quotes and parentheses in original) Unlike the persona, who is concerned that its identity remains intelligible to its audience, the follower is motivated to remain beyond notice, as a

In: "The" Fifth Modality
Author: Manzoor Ahmed

learning and realise the learning potential of both societies and individuals. 105Lifelong Learning in a Learning Society The learning society: • Engenders a culture of learning throughout life. • Aims to develop motivated, engaged learners who are prepared to con- quer the unforeseen challenges of

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In: Education, Learning, Training