This course is designed to give the students general understanding of the specificities and of the interactions of Legal Systems today. In an age of globalization, the comparative study of different legal orders and institutions presents a strong practical motivation: The legal practice of international business, international arbitration, international organizations or any domestic litigation involving foreign interests illustrate the need to consider the different approaches of the law in the world today.
He currently serves as the Honors Program Director. In the History Department, Gump offers undergraduate courses on war and peace in the modern world, history of Africa, rise and fall of apartheid, and modern Europe.
His research focus is comparative, South African, and Native American history, with special interests in ethnic conflict, state-sponsored violence, and transitional justice. The Subjugation of the Zulu and the Siouxa History Book Club selection, compares the military subjugation of the Zulu and Lakota Sioux from the perspective of these indigenous societies.
Gump has also studied the ways in which colonized peoples renew their cultures in the wake of military conquest and forced acculturation. His publication "A Spirit of Resistance: His current book project is a comparative study of the state-sponsored destabilization campaigns directed against the American Indian Movement and the African National Congress in the latter third of the twentieth century.
Areas of Interest and Gump has taught a variety of courses including surveys in western civilization and world history as well as upper division courses and graduate seminars in African and modern European history.
In addition to teaching departmental classes, Gump has participated in team-taught, interdisciplinary freshmen seminars on the holocaust and comparative revolutions. Other team-teaching projects for the Honors Program, have focused on Africa, restoration Britain, the British Empire, and comparative frontiers.Comparative-Historical Methods: An Introduction 1 Since the rise of the social sciences, view, because discourses impede the scientific study of human relations.
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Biography. Marcos A. Pimenta was born on April 11, , in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and received his Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Orleans, France. He became professor at the Department of Physics of the Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG) in , and in , he implemented the Raman spectroscopy laboratory at UFMG. A comparative study on quality of life of mothers in two methods of normal delivery and caesarean section B Torkan, S Parsaee, M Lamiean, A Kazemnejed, A . From glanders to globulins: A study in comparative medicine From glanders to globulins: A study in comparative medicine Oxford Brookes University, UK. Journal of Medical Biography. Vol 25, Issue 2, pp. 98 - First published date: August
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Academics Open JD San Diego department of political science and at the University of Paris-Sorbonne department of comparative law.
He joined the USD School of Law faculty in Biography My research lies at the intersection of comparative politics and political economy, and spans elections in developing and developed contexts. In particular, I study how news consumption, levels of education, and social networks influence how voters hold politicians to .
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We are not from or against any sect or group. The study identified the association between the profile of respondents and their QoL. The profile variables included sex, age, civil status, educational attainment, and type of community. Moreover, this study would provide a comparative examination of QoL in rural and urban communities in Batangas City.
A comparative study on quality of life of mothers in two methods of normal delivery and caesarean section B Torkan, S Parsaee, M Lamiean, A Kazemnejed, A .