Browsing by Subject "trust"
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In eighteenth-century law and print, English Catholics were portrayed as entirely untrustworthy, and their exclusion from all aspects of English society encouraged. Yet, as many local studies have shown, there were many ...
Public attitudes towards pricing policies to change health-related behaviours: a UK focus group study (OUP, 2015-05-16)Background: Evidence supports the use of pricing interventions in achieving healthier behaviour at population level. The public acceptability of this strategy continues to be debated throughout Europe, Australasia and the ...
(2014-07-04)The Siberian Northeast shows striking parallels between the cosmologies of hunters and reindeer herders. What may this tell us about the transformation from hunting to pastoralism? This article argues for a structural ...
(2006-04-04)This film tells the story of a young Chinese phd student trying to set up a company with his girlfriend with the help of broadband technology. 1.05 minutes mpeg-4 video. player requirement: the newest version of quicktime.