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Popular resistance to elite modernization in the middle east: iran 1921-1941

Dr Stephanie Cronin | Economic & Social History | 01 January 2003

The research project aims at developing an understanding of the ways in which people in a particular middle eastern country, iran, perceived and experienced the "modernization" policies implemented by an authoritarian state. It consists of a case-stu ...

Improving incentives to learning in the workplace

Professor Helen Rainbird | Education | 03 April 2000

The workplace is an important site of learning and access to learning opportunities, yet its primary purpose is the production of goods and services. Therefore, in order to understand the incentives and barriers to learning at work, learning must be ...

New urbanism in india: urban living, sustainability and everyday life

Dr Sophie Hadfield-Hill | Social Geography | 01 November 2013

India’s economic growth has been matched by rapid urban development in recent years; the urban landscape is being significantly remodelled in line with the principles of new urbanism – the creation of ‘walkable,’ diverse, sust ...

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