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everyday life: Advances in social cognition (Vol. 10, pp. 1–61). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. Bargh, J., & Chartrand, T. (1999). The unbearable automaticity of being. American Psychologist, 54, 462–479. Bargh, J. A., & Ferguson, M. J. (2000). Beyond behaviorism: On the automaticity of higher mental processes. Psychological Bulletin , 126 (6), 925–945. Barker, E. (1957). Social and political thought in Byzantium, from Justinian I to the last Palaeologus: Passages from Byzantine writers and documents (E. Barker, trans.). Oxford: Clarendon Press. Barkun, M. (2013

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, proposing a differentiated view of history: The West is a large concept, for example Weber has separated America and the West� The West is considered as the influence for contemporary values, as the basis of communities at the heart of civilisation for three to five centuries� We consider the West as an area where communities that lead production, i�e thought and material production, are concentrated� This was not always the case: 500 years ago, Western production was far lower than the production of Asia today, just as much as was in Africa� Before the discovery of

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Peter Hulme Abject in Patagonia: Stories from the Wager1 In 1739, after the War of Jenkin’s Ear was declared with Spain, the British First Lord of the Admiralty, Sir Charles Wager, conceived an ambitious plan to sail a fleet of ships into the Pacific “to annoy and distress the Spaniards”, as the instructions put it, and to raid Spanish ports on the western coast of South America. The resulting expedition, led by Commodore Anson, succeeded in capturing the Acapulco treasure galleon, which made him a very rich man indeed, but by all other possible criteria

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renditions the presence of multiple and layered codes can cause instability and inconsistency in the traditional fairy tale. For example, an African- American Snow White jolts the viewer from the casual acceptance of racial exclusion in fairy tale heroines; an active, red-hooded heroine acting alone as a vigilante queries morality and passivity as inherent and ideal feminine traits. Cross-referencing codes between tales can serve to shift emphasis, destabilize meaning, invite inconsistencies and blur binarisms such as good and evil, female and male and black and

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. Development assistance and cooperation, originally concentrated in Africa, was extended to Asia, Latin America and the southern and eastern Mediterranean countries in the mid-1970s. The special trade and aid relationship between the EU and the 79 countries of the African-Caribbean-Pacific (ACP) group dates from the Lomé Agreements of 1975. This relationship is being further developed through the “economic partnership agreements” (EPA), combining EU trade and aid in a new way. The ACP countries are encouraged to foster economic integration with their regional neighbours as a

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” – in 1946. 2 For a general overview of Tory policy toward Europe, see Crowson, N.J., The Conservative Party and European Integration Since 1945, Abingdon, Routledge, 2006. Among the many volumes about Britain and European integration, we can quote: George, S., An Awkward Partner, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1990; Gowland, D., Turner, A., Reluctant Europeans: Britain and European Integration, 1945-1998, London, Taylor & Francis, 2000; Young, H., This blessed plot, London, Macmillan, 1999; Booker, C., North, R., The great deception, London, Continuum, 2003

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Democracy 7/1 (1996), pp� 158–168� 6 Ronald Inglehart, ‘The Renaissance of Political Culture’, American Political Science Review 82/4 (1988), pp� 1203–1218; Seymur M� Lipset, ‘The Centrality of Political Culture’, Journal of Democracy 1/4 (1990), p� 83; Mark Philp, ‘Defining Political Cor- ruption’, Political Studies 45/3 (1997), p� 447� 128 The republican perspective Contemporary republicanism has emerged as a challenge to liberalism� It is viewed by some of its advocates as the vision that offers ‘an alternative to the extremes of the so-called liberal

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the productions, which subsequently relocated to the new Schonell Theatre on the UQ Campus. Psychedelic poster announcing the 1967 Archi Revue High on a Hot Banana. Private collection of Neville Twidale. According to Jack Kershaw, who was a fifth year architecture student at UQ when the first show took place, there was initially a bit of conservatism about the revues. 10 William Yang is today a well-known writer and visual and performance artist based in Sydney. Janina Gosseye & John Macarthur150 The subtitle “New, not too blue OWO revue,” he says, hinted at its

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severe systemic crisis of financial capitalism in 2007. The non-measurability of value Allow me to retrace our steps to the 1970s and to the issues that were taken up and explored within the Primo Maggio group, of which I have been a member. As one reads Lucarelli‘s (2010) reconstruction, one understands the importance of the August 15, 1971, declaration on the inconvertibility of the dollar into gold. That memorable declaration was the end of the road of the project woven at Bretton Woods in 1944 by White and Keynes. The Americans had come out victorious from

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: Newsweek Books. Bock, P., 1997, Westen-Jungfernheide: Langsam schließt sich der Ring, Verkehrsge- schichtliche Blätter No. 3, p.75. Bock, P., 2000, Dem ‘Vollring’ ein Stück näher, Verkehrsgeschichtliche Blätter No. 1, p.21. Bock, P., 2001, Letzter S-Bahn-Lückenschluß in Berlin, Verkehrsgeschichtliche Blätter No. 5, pp.154–5. Bock, P., 2006, Regierungsbahnhöfe in der (Reichs-)Hauptstadt Berlin, Verkehrsge- schichtliche Blätter No. 5, pp.114–26. Bodnar, J., 1992, Remaking America: Public Memory, Commemoration and Patriotism in the Twentieth Century, Princeton, NJ