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Islamisation and Militarisation of Pak Society

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Foreign Policy: Public Opinion and Political Legacy

. BESCHLOSS, M. Presidential Courage: Brave Leaders and How they Changed America, 1789-1989. Simon & Schuster, 2007. BLUMENTHAU, M., EDWARDS-LEVY, A., VALENCIA, J. In: HUFFINGTON POST [online] HUFFPOLLSTER: Polls Find Varying Support For Iran Nuclear Deal [cit. 4.3.15] http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/04/03/iran-nuclear-deal-polls_n_6999034.html , 2015. BOND, J., Fleisher, R. The President in the International Arena . Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1990. BRODY, R. 1991. Assessing the President: The Media, Elite Opinion, and Public Support

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Considerations on Western Communities: The Family

Marriage of Likeness: Same-sex Unions in Pre-Modern Europe . New York: Simon Harper and Collins, 1995. Coontz, Stephanie. “The Family in Question.” Shifting the Center . Ed. Susan Ferguson. Mountain View: Mayfield Publishing Company, 2001. Crossley, Nick. Intersubjectivity. The Fabric of Social Becoming . London: Sage, 1996. DePaulo, Bella and Robert M. Milardo. “Beyond the Nuclear Family.” <http://www.vision.org/>. Duranti, Alessandro. “Husserl, intersubjectivity and anthropology.” SAGE Publications (Los

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Out of Touch
Understanding Post-divorce Relationships between Children and Fathers in Ethnic Minority Families

-206. Kocacik, F, Kutlar, A. & Erselcan, F 2007, ‘Domestic violence against women: A field study in Turkey’, The Social Science Journal, vol. 44, no. 4, pp. 698-720. Lewig, K, Arney, F & Salveron, M 2010, ‘Challenges to parenting in a new culture: Implications for child and family welfare’, Evaluation and Program Planning, vol. 33, no. 3, pp. 324-332. Liversage, A 2012, ‘Transnational families breaking up: Divorce among Turkish immigrants in Denmark’, in Transnational Marriage: new perspectives from Europe and beyond, ed K. Charsley, Routledge

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Filipino au pairs on the move
Navigating strong and weak ties in the search of future paths

au pairing in Denmark during the past decade. The official purpose of the au pair programme is for young foreigners to expand their cultural horizons by living together with a Danish family with children for a maximum of two years. The scheme carries the expectation that the au pair will carry out household chores for between 18 and 30 hours weekly. In exchange, the host family provides the au pair with food, lodging and a monthly allowance of DKK 4,050 (€544) as of 1 January 2016 ( The Danish Immigration Service 2016 ). The vast majority of au pairs in Denmark are

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“My children are Norwegian but i am a foreigner”
Experiences of African immigrant parents within Norwegian welfare society

(Hagelund & Brochmann 2010: 143) underscores this. Vike (2013) traces this citizens’ trust to a historical tendency of people grouping and organising based on shared interests as in collective movements and interest-organisations. This established a public social context which later gained a central role in the establishment of the welfare state ( Vike 2013:191 ). In the welfare state all citizens are formally members of educational-, health- and social care programs which are shaped to secure their basic interests. Personal positioning within the Norwegian welfare

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Botching Human Factors in Cybersecurity in Business Organizations

(2007), 143-154. [25]Kraemer, S., Carayon, P. &Clem, J. (2009). Human and organizational factors in computer and information security: Pathways to vulnerabilities. Computers &Security, 28, 509-520. [26]Lawton, R. (1998). Not working to rule: Understanding procedural violations at work. Safety Science, 28(2), 77-95. [27]Lee, Y. H., Park, J., &Jang, T. I. (2011). The human factors approaches to reduce human errors in nuclear power plants. In Nuclear Power-Control, Reliability and Human Factors . InTech. [28]Maglaras, L., He, Y., Janicke, H., &Evans, M

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