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" A Critical Look at a New ' Key ' to Evangelization ," Evangelical Missions Quarterly, 31 / 2 ( 1995 ), pp. 152-162. contra view ( Also see Tai M. Yip, " Spiritual Mapping: Another Approach ", pro view in the same edition ).
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' A Passage to India: A Close Look ' in A Collection of Critical Essays Atlantic Publishers, New Delhi.
* Development Economics through the Decades: A Critical Look at 30 Years of the World Development Report World Bank Publications, Washington DC ( 2009 ), ISBN 978-0-8213-7255-5
His 2000 book, Disciplined Minds is subtitled A Critical Look at Salaried Professionals and the Soul-Battering System that Shapes their Lives.
* Mythology of the White-Led " Vanguard ": A Critical Look at the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA.
Following the 4 March 2007 airing of The Lost Tomb of Jesus on the Discovery Channel, Ted Koppel aired a program entitled ' The Lost Tomb of Jesus-A Critical Look ', whose guests included the director Simcha Jacobovici, James Tabor ( a consultant and advisor on the docudrama ), Johnathan Reed, Professor of Religion at the University of LaVerne and co-author of ' Excavating Jesus Beneath the Stones, Behind the Text ', and William Dever, an archaeologist with 40 plus years experience in Middle Eastern archaeological digs.
During Ted Koppel's critique, ' The Lost Tomb of Jesus-A Critical Look ', Koppel stated he had denials from three people Simcha Jacobovici had misquoted in the documentary.
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In fact, the purpose of Critical Mass is not formalized beyond the direct action of meeting at a set location and time and traveling as a group through city streets.
Critical psychology courses and research concentrations are available at Manchester Metropolitan University, Cardiff University, the University of the West of England in Bristol, the University of East London and the University of Adelaide and the University of Auckland.
Arguing that law and politics cannot be separated, the founders of Critical Legal Studies Movement found necessary to criticize its absence at the level of theory.
Critical media theory looks at how the corporate ownership of media production and distribution affects society, and provides a common ground to social conservatives ( concerned by the effects of media on the traditional family ) and liberals and socialists ( concerned by the corporatization of social discourse ).
: Critical Discussions & Evidence on the Ongoing Relevance of the Herman & Chomsky Propaganda Model ( 15 – 17 May 2007 ) conference at the University of Windsor, Canada, Herman and Chomsky summarized developments to the propaganda model, followed by the publication of the proceedings of a commemoration of the twentieth publication anniversary of Manufacturing Consent in 2008.
Critical acclaim continued to mount for Rush in 2010 when, on September 28, Classic Rock Magazine announced Rush would be that year's Living Legends awarded at the Marshall Classic Rock Roll of Honour Awards in the UK.
Critical reception for the film was highly positive, with much praise for the realistic battle scenes and the actors ' performances, but earning some criticism for ignoring the contributions of several other countries to the D-Day landings in general and at Omaha Beach specifically.
* Critical magnetic field-Related to critical current, there is a similar limitation to superconductivity linked to the magnetic field induced in the wire, and this too is a factor at commercial storage levels
During the era of the Weimar Republic, Germany became a center of intellectual thought at its universities, and most notably social and political theory ( especially Marxism ) was combined with Freudian psychoanalysis to form the highly influential discipline of Critical Theory — with its development at the Institute for Social Research ( also known as the Frankfurt School ) founded at the University of Frankfurt am Main.
Critical Hits ( or simply " crits "), can inflict additional concussion hits, bleeding ( subtracted from concussion hits at the start of each new round ), broken bones, loss of limbs or extremities, internal organ damage and outright death.
* 1965 The Comfortable Pew: A Critical look at Christianity and the Religious Establishment in the New Age
* " Dynamic Storage Allocation: A Survey and Critical Review ", Department of Computer Sciences University of Texas at Austin
" Critical response was favourable with a Sounds reviewer calling the album " his most intriguingly involved since Astral Weeks " and " Morrison at his most mystical, magical best.
* Critical approach on The Count of Monte Cristo by Enrique Javier González Camacho in Gibralfaro, the journal of creative writing and humanities at the University of Malaga ( in Spanish )
Critical Manners rides through the city on the second Friday of the month, with riders encouraged to obey all traffic laws such as stopping at red lights and signaling.
A faulty edition of the Histoire critique had previously been published at Amsterdam by Daniel Elzevir, based on a manuscript transcription of one of the copies of the original work had been sent to England ; and from which a Latin translation ( Historia critica Veteris Testamenti, 1681, by Noël Aubert de Versé ) and an English translation ( Critical History of the Old Testament, London, 1682 ) were made.
Today it is part of the Tactical Support Branch of the FBI's Critical Incident Response Group ( CIRG ) and is based at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia.
Critical to its ascent were its military importance in the Roman Empire as well as its favorable location at the convergence of the Alpine rivers Lech and Wertach with direct access to the most important Alpine passes.
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Critical studies have been clouded by Thomas ' personality and mythology, especially his drunken persona and death in New York.
I: Regional, Critical, and Historical Approaches, Berlin / New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2004, 497 p.
* Charles Rosen discusses a number of Brahms's imitations of Beethoven in chapter 9 of his Critical Entertainments: Music Old and New ( 2000 ; Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, ISBN 0-674-17730-4 ).
* Gordon, Richard ( editor ), The Australian New Left: Critical Essays and Strategy, Melbourne: Heinnemann Australia, 1970.
While in New York, Max Horkheimer ’ s essays “ The Latest Attack on Metaphysics ” and “ Traditional and Critical Theory ,” which would soon become instructive for the Institute ’ s self-understanding, were the subject of intense discussion.
For example, in essays published in Germany on Adorno's return from the USA, and reprinted in the Critical Models essays collection ( ISBN 0-231-07635-5 ), Adorno praised the egalitarianism and openness of US society based on his sojourn in New York and the Los Angeles area between 1935 and 1955.
In 2010, Li's autobiographical book, The Critical Moment – Li Peng Diaries, was published by New Century Press.
Critical obituaries of Derrida were published in The New York Times, The Economist and The Independent.
* H. E. Stanley, Introduction to Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena ( Oxford University Press, Oxford and New York 1971 ).
* Ibarguen, Raoul R. Narrative Detours: Henry Miller and the Rise of New Critical Modernism, excerpts from a 1989 Ph. D. thesis
As a result, from the 1940s-1960s critical emphasis moved away from positioning the Wake as a " revolution of the word " and towards readings that stressed its " internal logical coherence ", as " the avant-gardism of Finnegans Wake was put on hold deferred while the text was rerouted through the formalistic requirements of an American criticism inspired by New Critical dicta that demanded a poetic intelligibility, a formal logic of texts.