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Stillborn: Regulated midwifery in Nova Scotia
The purpose of this paper is to investigate why midwifery policy has failed in Nova Scotia while it has succeeded elsewhere. The primary focus will be to analyse the Nova Scotia policy and its implementation through Paul ...
Qualitative evidence, knowledge translation, and policy-making, with reference to health technology assessment
Although efforts to draw qualitative evidence into health-related policy-making and health technology assessment (HTA) processes have increased in recent years, the range of sources consulted are still limited and the ...
A Voice for the Community: Public Participation in Wind Energy Development
Wind energy is expanding globally and locally in Atlantic Canada. It is a promising emission-free energy alternative in a context of increasing climate change concerns. Public surveys have reported high levels of public ...
Sad Cows and Empty Pockets: How Reviews, Recommendations, and Word-of-Mouth Can Affect Your Life
For financial endeavours that affect their immediate financial and physical well-being – finding a doctor, hiring a lawyer - people turn to trustworthy sources like family and friends for advice. For more frivolous matters ...
Becoming Public: Library Design And The Creation Of Public Space
This paper examines the impact of architectural and interior design on communicating the role and philosophy of the public library. It further analyzes the use of public built space to understand the ways in which the ...
An analysis of Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food by Paul Greenberg, 2010, Penguin Publishing.
The book report examines Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food by Paul Greenberg, as published by Penguin Publishing in 2010. Greenberg's offering to ocean governance literature is differentiated from comparable works ...
Risk Management For Unexploded Ordinance (UXO) In The Marine Environment
After World Wars I and II large amounts of explosive ordnance remained undetonated. Already deployed ordnance was left uncollected and excess supplies were disposed of, sometimes recklessly. The result is that much of this ...
The Importance of Maine for Ecoregional Conservation Planning
No abstract available.
Feelingful development: redefining policy through interpretation
(Liverpool University Press, 2012)
No abstract available.
Birth Order, Educational Attainment, and Earnings: An Investigation Using the PSID
(University of Wisconsin Press, 2006-Fall )
We examine the implications of being early in the birth order, and whether a pattern exists within large families of falling then rising attainment with respect to birth order. Unlike other studies using US data, we go ...