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  • The University of New Brunswick | Sociology - Academia.edu
    Graduate Students Kathryn Asher 16 Papers Views 55 Followers Unfollow Follow Sasha McEachern Caputo 0 Papers Views 2 Followers Unfollow Follow Stephany Peterson 2 Papers Views 15 Followers Unfollow Follow Duncan Philpot 0 Papers Views 9 Followers Unfollow Follow Ian Rice 0 Papers Views 3 Followers Unfollow Follow Nathan Thompson 12 Papers Views 106 Followers Unfollow Follow Vanja Vrhovac 0 Papers Views 35 Followers Unfollow Follow Undergraduates Osbourne Dallas 0

    Original URL path: http://newbrunswick.academia.edu/Departments/Sociology (2016-04-30)
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  • The University of New Brunswick | Sociology - Academia.edu
    decades there has been increased multi disciplinary scholarly interest in the study of charismatic authority However there has yet to be any systematic examination of charismatic authority in the context of terrorism despite widespread acknowledgement of the importance of charismatic leaders in the recruitment radicalization and operation of terrorist groups This article seeks to contribute to future empirical research by presenting a theoretical framework for measuring the presence of charismatic authority in terrorist groups that is based on Max Weber s seminal work on legitimate domination herrschaft and on theoretical insights drawn from the study of charismatic authority in new religious movements The framework is then applied to an illustrative case study of the relationship between charismatic authority and the radicalization process within the far right terrorist group the Covenant the Sword and the Arm of the Lord The article concludes with a discussion of findings and suggestions for future research Bookmark Download by David Hofmann 12 New Religious Movements Terrorism Leadership Political Violence and Terrorism Could an Oregon Militia Style Standoff Happen in Canada Vice Canada January 2016 Authored by Jake Kivanc Bookmark by David Hofmann 7 Political Violence and Terrorism Political Violence Libertarianism Canada Expanding Your Research Horizons Summer Internships at START 2014 The Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism Security and Society Student Blog Bookmark by David Hofmann 4 Terrorism Political Violence and Terrorism Internship Graduate Student The Influence of Charismatic Authority on Operational Strategies and Attack Outcomes of Terrorist Groups In press Despite the historical and contemporary prevalence of charismatic terrorist leaders there has been very little empirical examination of the relationship between charismatic forms of authority and the strategic operation of terrorist more Despite the historical and contemporary prevalence of charismatic terrorist leaders there has been very little empirical examination of the relationship between charismatic forms of authority and the strategic operation of terrorist groups In response to this gap in knowledge this study seeks to investigate if charismatic authority has a real world impact on strategic choices and attack outcomes of terrorist groups Using a theoretical framework meant to help measure charisma in terrorist organizations this study quantitatively examines how differing levels of the presence of charismatic authority contributes to the choice in operational tactics e g weapon and target choices and the results of attack outcomes e g success rates lethality within a sample of thirty international terrorist groups In the concluding section relevant findings policy recommendations study limitations and areas for future research are discussed Bookmark DOWNLOAD by David Hofmann 11 Terrorism Leadership Political Violence and Terrorism Quantitative Methods Short report on the motivations and management strategies of jamu entrepreneurs Bookmark Download by Carolyn Szuter 3 Traditional Medicine Gender and Entrepreneurship Microentrepreneurs Applying Ahl s post structural feminism to gender entrepreneurship research in Java Helene Ahl is a key player in bringing post structural feminism to the forefront of gender entrepreneurship research and theory Her work problematizes the way researchers traditionally approached entrepreneurs through the consideration more Helene Ahl is a key

    Original URL path: http://newbrunswick.academia.edu/Departments/Sociology/Documents (2016-04-30)
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  • The University of New Brunswick | Student - Academia.edu
    0 Followers Unfollow Follow Mikala Watson 0 Papers Views 1 Follower Unfollow Follow Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll email you a reset link Need an account Click here to sign up Job Board About Press Blog People Papers Terms Privacy Copyright We

    Original URL path: http://newbrunswick.academia.edu/Departments/Student (2016-04-30)
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  • The University of New Brunswick | Student Accessibility Centre - Academia.edu
    Jody Gorham 0 Papers Views 1 Follower Unfollow Follow Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll email you a reset link Need an account Click here to sign up Job Board About Press Blog People Papers Terms Privacy Copyright We re Hiring Help Center

    Original URL path: http://newbrunswick.academia.edu/Departments/Student_Accessibility_Centre (2016-04-30)
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  • The University of New Brunswick | The Gregg Centre for the Study of War and Society - Academia.edu
    critical and inclusive study of history which undermines the curriculum s stated aims of acceptance and understanding of diversity I suggest more In this paper I argue that New Brunswick s K 2 curriculum history outcomes do not encourage the critical and inclusive study of history which undermines the curriculum s stated aims of acceptance and understanding of diversity I suggest that the curriculum s suggested activities to meet these outcomes actually promote homogeneity and emphasis on sameness because they marginalize and trivialize non dominant cultural groups by limiting opportunities for conflict and discussion of difference I cite specific examples of where the New Brunswick curriculum does this and review research that suggests conflict in the curriculum actually creates engaging as well as in depth learning opportunities I then compare the New Brunswick curriculum s approach with the recommendations from The Historical Thinking Project and briefly review the research on history education in the early elementary years I conclude by suggesting that early and rigorous history instruction in the elementary years is necessary for students to accomplish the history outcomes we expect of them in the later years of schooling as well as to become citizens who accept and understand

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  • The University of New Brunswick | UNB Libraries - Academia.edu
    Followers Unfollow Follow Department Members D Buhay 13 Papers Views 2 Followers Unfollow Follow Teri Noel 0 Papers Views 1 Follower Unfollow Follow Stephen Sloan 7 Papers Views 3 Followers Unfollow Follow Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll email you a reset link

    Original URL path: http://newbrunswick.academia.edu/Departments/UNB_Libraries (2016-04-30)
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  • The University of New Brunswick | UNB Libraries - Academia.edu
    something of a fan more My first contact with the software came when the University of New Brunswick UNB Libraries purchased Canadian Business and Current Affairs CBCA The software seems to be ideally suited to this database and I became something of a fan The one feature I would have liked to have seen added would be the ability to search terms found within records without having to exit the display and type the terms The SilverPlatter software provides this with their Ctrl F2 feature Bookmark Download by Stephen Sloan An enhanced Z39 50 gateway to the World Wide Web Abstract Describes how a university library uses the WorldWideWeb WWW to enable users to access resources mounted on a local Z39 50 server and to order prints from articles stored on a CD ROM jukebox The software used in the more Abstract Describes how a university library uses the WorldWideWeb WWW to enable users to access resources mounted on a local Z39 50 server and to order prints from articles stored on a CD ROM jukebox The software used in the construction of the system necessary modifications to the software and software ordering information are covered KRN Bookmark Download by Stephen Sloan The networked CD ROM system gathering information through the user interface One of the objects of networking CD ROMs is to allow the library s patrons access to more than one CD In a non networked situation using more than one product involves either daisy chaining CD ROM drives at each workstation or having more One of the objects of networking CD ROMs is to allow the library s patrons access to more than one CD In a non networked situation using more than one product involves either daisy chaining CD ROM drives at each workstation or having the user insert and remove CDs from the single drive The first solution is expensive the second is cumbersome and places equipment and CDs at risk Bookmark Download by Stephen Sloan Expanded memory one solution to networked CD ROM memory problems he software needed to operate CD ROM systems often requires a lot of random access memory RAM to function properly This can be a problem for some systems and is compounded when CD ROMs are used over a local area network LAN This more he software needed to operate CD ROM systems often requires a lot of random access memory RAM to function properly This can be a problem for some systems and is compounded when CD ROMs are used over a local area network LAN This article shows how the addition of an expanded memory card an inexpensive piece of hardware can help ease the memory shortage problem Bookmark Download by Stephen Sloan Using CD ROMs across a network The UNB experiment In the Spring of 1989 the University of New Brunswick Libraries UNB Fredericton campus received a special grant of just over 25 000 in response to a joint proposal with the UNB Computing Services to establish

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  • The University of New Brunswick | Urban and community studies - Academia.edu
    Yves Bourgeois 16 Papers Views 14 Followers Unfollow Follow Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll email you a reset link Need an account Click here to sign up Job Board About Press Blog People Papers Terms Privacy Copyright We re Hiring Help Center

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