Essays on Role Models Role models are people others choose to follow as an example, either for their accomplishments, behaviour, or some other admirable trait. A young scientist might see Marie Curie as a role model, or a young child might follow the example of a parent, teacher, or older sibling.
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Although the European Economic and Social Committee exists since 1957, there is only scarce literature on this institution. While in the 80s and 90s a few articles and books were published, there has been hardly any literature since 2000. This mere fact may already provide an indication of the Committee’s role in today’s institutional structure of the European Union: Civil society has.A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.This essay is the first of three projects to fulfil the requirements of Doctor of Social Science. This essay focusses on the relationship between the Uniting Church in Australia, Queensland Synod.
The essays in this volume are dedicated to the ups and downs of 100 years of Austrian democracy. On the occasion of the founding of the First Austrian Republic on November 12, 1918, Austrians celebrated the 100th anniversary of this event in recent Austrian history. Due to the deep divisions of the Austrian political camps (parties), democratic governance was troubled in the 1920s and ended in.Read More
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This essay by Charles Taylor draws from a lecture sponsored by the SSRC’s Anxieties of Democracy program, called “Ways Democracy Can Slip Away,” on October 17, 2016, at Roosevelt House in New York City, and is copublished in The Democracy Papers. Taylor was the program’s 2016 Democracy Fellow. Speaking in the weeks before the 2016 US election, Taylor discusses the character of modern.Read More
One way of challenging such an interpretation of “social” has been proposed by Johnson in his essay asking “Where good ideas come from” (2010). He argues that there are four different environments that create new ideas, processes and things: 6 T. Brandsen et al. (a) the ideas of individual inventors working as or with businessmen, (b) ideas of individuals in society that may be taken.Read More
Executive summary This book is based on the hypothesis of a governance gap. Such a gap im-pacts the successful and meaningful implementation of development goals.Read More