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The Indigenous Population of the Canadian Prairies: Survival Tactics during Early Globalization

As colonialism spread around the world, aboriginals were pushed aside. Using recent developments in land reform theory, we analyze the impact of this process on the Canadian aboriginal population.

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Published online: June 18, 2014

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Immigration, Environment, and Neocolonialism: The Canadian Neoliberal Project

Large-scale immigration between poor and rich countries is presented as a modality of democracy; it is instead a devastating modality of economic growth and the path of neocolonialism.

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Published online: June 18, 2014

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Prenatal Sex Selection in Southeastern Europe/the Southern Caucasus and the Role of International Organizations

The paper discusses the issue of prenatal sex selection in Southeastern Europe and the Southern Caucasus and analyzes the role of international organizations in this context.

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Published online: June 13, 2014

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Does the Service Sector Cause Economic Growth? Empirical Evidence from Saudi Arabia

This research study empirically investigates the role of services sector in economic growth of Saudi Arabia during the period of 1969-2012.

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Published online: June 13, 2014

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Capitalism and Democracy: Oil and Water

This paper seeks to demonstrate that capitalism and democracy are ideologically opposed forces, and, like oil and water, can only coexist as discrete entities.

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Published online: June 3, 2014

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Global Interdependence and Cultural Hybridization: The Stimulus for Social Change

Globalization stimulates continual integration of cultures through ensuing transnational interactions. Globalization is the new civilization of knowledge and education is crucial for successful cultural hybridization.

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Published online: June 3, 2014

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The Power of the Local Village: Team Teaching and Learning to Expand Horizons

Gaining a range of perspectives has global influence. Education can help make the world a better place. This practice-based paper examines collaborative teaching and learning that expands perspectives and understandings.

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Published online: June 3, 2014

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The Global Discourse: Narratives of Scale and the Informative Management of the Climate Change

This paper analyzes the discursive strategies involved in the treatment of environmental information in Spanish newspapers, regarding the recent UN Conferences on Climate Change concerning the renewal of Kyoto Protocol.

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Published online: June 3, 2014

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Global Studies Journal , Volume 6, Issue 3, June 2014

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Dating and Perspectives of Attractiveness amongst Hangzhou Dianzi University Students

In life, every person is subject to relationships and perceptions of attractiveness. The purpose of this study is to find correlations between the two amongst universtidy students in Hangzhou, China.

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Published online: April 30, 2014

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