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Following recent discussions in SCM on online communication, just came across this interesting paper by Roman Gerodimus from Bournemouth Uni in the UK:
News reports remind us daily of the economic crises in Europe and the United States. These began in the US in 2007 and spread to most the richer countries, though not as severely to A
‘I feel that, to the local traders, I may as well be wearing an enormous sign saying 'rich foreign sap'.
Several years ago a friend of mine informed me that he’d read a fantastic new book by an author who was “completely your kind of writer, Ros. You should check out the book.
A NEW CHRISTIAN LOBBY GROUP SOON TO BE ESTABLISHED
A TRIBUTE TO A GREAT SCIENTISTOne of the great Australian scientists of modern times was Charles Birch (1918-2009).
As we all know, the principal catchphrase of the Wall St Occupiers was ‘We are the 99 percent’. The protestors gathered in Zuccotti Park near Wall St did not focus on a demand: they were apparent
Not surprisingly there are a range of Christian viewpoints on same-sex marriage. It is worthwhile to gain a wider historical perspective.
Ever felt so morally outraged that you were sure you were going to go home after an event and write about it immediately for all the rest of the world (well, Australia at least) to share in your a