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Freedom in the World 1997-1998

Author : Roger Kaplan,Adrian Karatnycky
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 1998-04
Category : Political Science
ISBN : 1560004037
File Size : 34,9 Mb
Total Download : 547


Book Summary: The Comparative Survey of Freedom is an institutional effort by Freedom House to monitor the progress and decline of political rights and civil lib­erties in 191 nations and 59 related territories. These year-end reviews of freedom began in 1955, when they were called the Balance Sheet of Free­dom and, still later, the Annual Sur­vey of the Progress of Freedom. This program was expanded in the early 1970s, and has appeared in Freedom Review since 1973. It has also been issued in a more developed context as a yearbook since 1978. Since 1989, the Survey project has been a year-long effort produced by regional experts, consultants and hu­man rights specialists. The Survey derives its information from a wide range of sources. Most valued of these are the many human rights activists, journalists, editors and political fig­ures around the world who keep us informed of the human rights situa­tion in their countries. Throughout the year. Freedom House personnel regularly conduct fact-finding missions to gain more in-depth knowledge of the vast political transformations affecting our world. During these week-to-month-long in­vestigations, we make every effort to meet a cross-section of political par­ties and associations, human rights monitors, religious figures, represen­tatives of both the private sector and trade union movement, academics and journalists. During the past year. Free­dom House staff traveled to numerous countries throughout most of the world's geographical and political re­gions. The Survey project team also consults a vast array of published source materials, ranging from the reports of other human rights organi­zations to often rare, regional news­papers and magazines. This year's Survey team includes: Adrian Karatnycky, Martin Edwin Anderson, Kristen Guida, Marshall Freeman Harris, Thomas R. Lansner, Arch Puddington, Leonard R. Sussman, and George Zarycky. The general edi­tor of Freedom in the World is Roger Kaplan; the managing editor is Tara Kelly. This year's research coordinator was Charles Graybow.

Industrial Cuba

Author : Robert Percival Porter
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1899
Category : Cuba
ISBN : UCAL:$B89424
File Size : 45,8 Mb
Total Download : 160


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Mineral Commodity Summaries 2020

Author : Government Publishing Office
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2020-05-30
Category : Science
ISBN : 141134362X
File Size : 40,9 Mb
Total Download : 326


Book Summary: Mineral Commodity Summaries 2019

Unpaid Work in the Global Economy

Author : María Ángeles Durán Heras
Publisher : Fundacion BBVA
Release : 2012
Category : Globalization
ISBN : 9788492937288
File Size : 25,8 Mb
Total Download : 191


Book Summary: Esta obra contiene un análisis novedoso de conceptos tan relevantes como trabajo, necesidad, calidad de vida, libertad y coacción. En ella se pone de manifiesto la constante interacción entre trabajo remunerado y no remunerado, entre hogares y Estado, así como la internacionalización de estos trasvases a través de las migraciones.

Scientific American

Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1898
Category : Science
ISBN : STANFORD:36105007763548
File Size : 19,8 Mb
Total Download : 166


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Breeding Plantation Tree Crops: Tropical Species

Author : Shri Mohan Jain,P.M. Priyadarshan
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release : 2008-10-08
Category : Science
ISBN : 9780387712017
File Size : 24,8 Mb
Total Download : 360


Book Summary: Tree species are indispensable to support human life. Due to their long life cycle and environmental sensitivity, breeding trees to suit day-to-day human needs is a formidable challenge. Whether they are edible or industrial crops, improving yield under optimal, sub-optimal and marginal areas calls for uni?ed efforts from the s- entistsaroundtheworld. Whiletheuniquenessofcoconutaskalpavriksha(Sanskr- meaning tree-of-life) marks its presence in every continent from Far East to South America, tree crops like cocoa, oil palm, rubber, apple, peach, grapes and walnut prove their environmental sensitivity towards tropical, sub-tropical and temperate climates. Desert climate is quintessential for date palm. Thus, from soft drinks to breweries to beverages to oil to tyres, the value addition offers a spectrum of pr- ucts to human kind, enriched with nutritional, environmental, ?nancial, social and trade related attributes. Taxonomically, tree crops do not con?ne to a few families, but spread across a section of genera, an attribute so unique that contributes immensely to genetic biodiversity even while cultivated at the commercial scale. Many of these species in?uence other ?ora to nurture in their vicinity, thus ensuring their integrity in p- serving the genetic biodiversity. While wheat, rice, maize, barley, soybean, cassava andbananamakeup themajorfoodstaples,manyfruittreespeciescontributegreatly tonutritionalenrichment inhumandiet. Theediblepartofthesespeciesisthesource of several nutrients that makes additives for the daily diet of humans, for example, vitamins, sugars, aromas and ?avour compounds, and raw material for food proce- ing industries. Tree crops face an array of agronomic and horticultural problems in propagation, yield, appearance, quality, diseases and pest control, abiotic stresses and poor shelf-life.

The Indigenous Languages of South America

Author : Lyle Campbell,Verónica Grondona
Publisher : Walter de Gruyter
Release : 2012-01-27
Category : Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN : 9783110258035
File Size : 53,9 Mb
Total Download : 808


Book Summary: Excerpt Open publication The Indigenous Languages of South America: A Comprehensive Guide is a thorough guide to the indigenous languages of this part of the world. With more than a third of the linguistic diversity of the world (in terms of language families and isolates), South American languages contribute new findings in most areas of linguistics. Though formerly one of the linguistically least known areas of the world, extensive descriptive and historical linguistic research in recent years has expanded knowledge greatly. These advances are represented in this volume in indepth treatments by the foremost scholars in the field, with chapters on the history of investigation, language classification, language endangerment, language contact, typology, phonology and phonetics, and on major language families and regions of South America. Reduced series price (print) available! [email protected].