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Refugee community-based organisations in the uk - a social capital analysis

Professor Roger Zetter | Social Policy | 01 April 2002

The principal conclusion highlights the changing role of refugee community organisations (rcos), in response to the increasingly hostile policy environment in which they operate. Whereas much of the literature identifies rcos as significant mediators ...

Conflict in environmental conservation: a jamaican study

Dr James G. Carrier | Social Anthropology | 01 January 2004

Growing environmentalist concern globally has led to the spread of marine protected areas (mpas), ranging from formal national parks and declared reserves to informal local environmental management practices. This spread has coincided with growing pr ...

The location of new residential development: its influence on car-based travel

Prof Headicar | Environmental Planning/Planning | 01 January 1993

Recent public concern about long-term traffic growth, congestion and the environment has prompted renewed interest in the potential for land use planning to help reduce the need for travel by car. Studies carried out so far have concentrated on measu ...

Strategic environmental assessment of the transport sector

Ms Riki Therivel | Environmental Planning/Planning | 01 October 1992

The project investigates the interaction between: - the growing concern that decisions about transport projects are being made in an overly reactive, case-by-case basis, and particularly that transport development is being carried out in the form of ...

The lord chancellor:responsibilities and accountability in a market economy

Professor Diana Woodhouse | Political Science and International Relations | 01 October 1997

During the 1990s, there has been concern that increasing tension between the judicial and executive responsibilities of the lord chancellor may be making the position of lord chancellor untenaable. There has alo been continued concern about the publ ...

A comparative study of economic and social impacts of two micro-hydro

Christian Mcdonaugh | Sociology | 01 March 1989

Abstract: micro-hydro schemes are small water driven turbines which provide limited mechanical power for agricultural processing machinery and increasingly now also for electricity. The development of this technology in nepal has involved several loc ...

An experts system for development control;feasibility and design

Mr Leary | 01 November 1986

Expert systems--computer programmes which perform the role of professional experts--have had a mixed reception since they moved from the research lab into industry and commerce. For some they herald the dawn of a new age in computing; others see them ...

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