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|Экономическая теория Автор Bhaba K.B. Издательство Книга по Требованию|
What happens if «developing countries» never become «developed countries»? The great modern paradox of Japan is the mismatch between its present-day economic success and its governing mentality, which is that of a still-undeveloped country. Japan suffers from a severe case of «pave and build» mentality. «Pave and build» is the idea that huge, expensive, man-made monuments are a priori wonderful, that natural surfaces smoothed over and covered with concrete mean wealth, progress, and modernism. Nakaoki Yutaka, the governor of Toyama Prefecture, summarized this attitude when he argued, in September 1996, for the construction of a new railroad line to rural areas, although there was no apparent need for it. Building the new line, he said, «is needed to develop the social infrastructure so that people can feel they have become rich.» Before World War II, Japan was a poor nation, with industrialization limited to its cities. The War devastated the cities, and afterward the pave-and-build mentality took root. Although today Japan is wealthy – by some measures, the wealthiest nation in the world – and every tiny hamlet has «developed,» the postwar view that progress means building something new and shiny remains unchanged ...
|Seeing People Move. Perception of Biological Motion by Intermediate-Level Motion Features and its Use in Computer Vision|
Getting away from predators, hunting preys, and effective social interaction - all of these play crucial roles for survival of a species.
|Investigation of Quality and People' s Perception of Harvested Rainwater Harvested Rainwater.|
There is no extensive study of the seasonal variation of harvested rainwater as well as its suitability for drinking purpose throughout the year especially during the dry period.
|People' s Perception of SEZ in West-Bengal SEZ AND THE AFFECTED PEOPLE: Exploring Perspectives in West Bengal.|
Debates ranged high among the Economists and social thinkers arousing intense passion from both the groups.
|Older people’s perceptions and understandings of well-being. A grounded theory|
This book reports on a study that uses grounded theory to explore how older people perceive and understand well-being.
|The right to free, prior and informed consent (FPIC) The power of indigenous peoples to veto development activities.|
Indigenous peoples are among the poorest, most disadvantaged and often excluded populations, and are particularly vulnerable to changes caused by development projects.
|A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF INDIA AND THE UK YOUNG PEOPLE'S PERCEPTIONS OF GENDER, RISK AND AIDS.|
The study focused on gender, sexual safety and HIV prevention awareness in India and UK and on the central and crucial role of gender relationships in HIV/AIDS education and prevention.
|How to Develop Self-Confidence And Influence People by Public Speaking|
|Essays in Procrastination, Commitment and Fairness. Thinking about how people can overcome self-control problems; and how past actions affect perceptions of fairness|
Do people’s procrastination behavior change in groups?
|Nonverbal perceptual styles of British and Japanese people. A study of cultural influences and perception training|
These programmes focus on various aspects of communication such as language, nonverbal behaviour and cultural awareness.
|Perceptions of changes in educational institutions, parent groups and child development Paternal Matters.|
This book uncovers three clustered themes: safety; supportive relationships; and shared instructional leadership, from five accessible, responsible and engaged fathers that merit consideration and discussion.
|Can We Meet? . Development strategies for the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea proposed by its government and the international donor community Foreign Aid in North Korea:|
In September 2005 the North Korean government announced that the international humanitarian assistance was no longer desired.
|Developing Indigenous Tourism. Visiting the Sami People of Northern Europe|
The question is to what extent the supply of tourist attractions related to the Swedish Sami corresponds to the demand of the tourists.
|Building an Organizational Culture of High Performance Through People. Developing High Performance Organization-A Case study of APITCO|
The study shows how a Consulting Organization can change its client organization-its Leadership, employees,how they(External Consultants) ‘hand hold’ to bring about a cultural renaissance with growth,significant performance improvement and navigated through introduction of some of the latest management concepts-Balanced Score Card,Strategic Planning and Strategic Management,Review and Control,Accountability through Systems Development and Compliance,Client/Customer focus,and Accountability for Results through modern Performance Management system and Awards/Rewards at Team and individual level.
|HRD Competency Used during the Mergers. Perceptions of HR professionals about Human Resource Development Competency Used during the Mergers|
This study raises questions and creates greater awareness of the uses of HRD programs and competencies in the four stages of the merger and acquisition process.
|Teachers' Perceptions, Training, and Implementation Of Character Education. Implications Of Staff Development|
Survey methodology was used in this study to gather descriptive data on teachers' responses to items related to their stages of concern, perceptions about the value of character education,the training they already received to help them understand and implement character education in their classrooms, and the methods they are using to facilitate character education lessons in their classrooms. The primary purpose of this study was to identify elementary school teachers' stages of concern as they relate to character education implementation in their classrooms.
|Sustainable Development and Representations of Indigenous People Dialogues in the Desert.|
The context of the case study is the Western Desert of Western Australia, and spans a number of Martu settlements.
|Perceptions of Empowerment. A Minor Field Study of the Concept Discrepancy Between the Dominating Development Discourse and the Reality of Women in Microcredit Groups|
During the past years the empowerment of women has become something of a universal remedy in the development discourse for the vulnerable position of women, particularly through microcredit strategies.
|How to involve people in their own development PARTICIPATION AND DEVELOPMENT IN MEXICO.|
Lack of participation, political and otherwise, has been a case in point in Latin American countries in their struggle to develop, Mexico not being the exception.
|Exploring Citizenship. Perceptions of Citizenship Development of Aboriginal High School Students in the Province of Manitoba|
Citizenship, the condition of living in a shared society and the standard of conduct that allows those in a particular society to live harmoniously and prosper, has become an important goal for public education in Canada.
|China's challenge on the Yuan. The impact of a more flexible exchange rate regime in the People's Republic of China on its development strategy and financial markets|
Nevertheless, this move has not substantially changed the public opinion.
|Живой молочный гриб для приготовления целебного кефира|
|Молочный гриб замечательный дар природы для здоровья и красоты|
|Молочный гриб натуральный источник бифидобактерий и аминокислот|