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·Anarchicstates:Inthisonewefindanabsoluteabsenceofcentralisedstatewhatsoever.Thereisnoclear pattern of violence waged from the part of sub-state militias (warlords) as there are hardly any central institutions to be captured. Thus, fight can target rather short-term limited goals as the control of a particularregionorevenneighbourhoodsdependingonthegainsthatmaybemomentarilyobtained.Ex: Liberia,Somalia.

·Phantomormiragestate:thistypologyiscloselyrelatedtothatofanarchicstates.Inthesephantomstates

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Chapter 1

1. What information are we given about Susan and Jack’s parents?

Mary and Bob were both died. Their mother had died tragically in a road accident when Susan was a little girl and Jack was a baby. Their father death was a lot more mysterious.

2. What do we learn about Susan and Jack’s normal routines?

Susan was working as a lawyer in a law office in London. Jack worked in a garage as a motor mechanic. Every morning, Susan would get up early to go to work, while

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allende was aChileandemocratic socialistpoliticianandphysician, who became president of hisLatin Americancountry through open elections.[3]

Allende’s involvement in Chilean political life spanned a period of nearly forty years. As a member of the Socialist Party, he was a senatordeputy and cabinet minister. He unsuccessfully ran for the presidency in the 19521958, and 1964 elections. In 1970, he won the presidency in a close three-way race. He was elected in a run-off by Congress

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Exam I

I. Science Skills

9 Process Skills: Observing – using senses (see, hear, taste, smell, touch) Communicating – give or receive information Measuring - compare something to standard or non-standard units Classifying – use observations to group objects or events according to similarities and differences Interring – using past experiences to draw conclusions and make explanations about events not directly observed Defining Operationally – using past experiences to draw conclusions and make explanations

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PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING

THE NATURE AND SCTRUCTURE OF MEDIA “INSTITUTIONS” AFFECTS WHAT IS AND IS NOT MADE AVAILABLE TO THE AUDIENCE. One important distinction which can be made is between PUBLIC and PRIVATE. Aims, objectives and means of financing are quite dissimilar. Taking a look back on history, in Britain’s BBC (radio), was initially the British Broadcasting company (a private body) which became the British Broadcasting Corporation in 1927. With this, the BBC turned the most significant

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What is a software and what is a good software? A software is a program on a computer which contains information and data. A good software is the one that fulfils the needs and hasn’t got bugs. Software vs Hardware. Software: not touchable, variable and implemented in order to achieve goals. Hardware: invariable SOFTWARE ETHICS: *Confidentiality à Not telling the others because they can copy. *Competence à To know what you’re doing. *Intellectual property rights à not steal others

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