Me the People How Populism Transforms Democracy

Published in: Google Books > Political Science > New Games | Published on 06/Sep/2021 14:58

240 pages , Harvard University Press , 2019-08-06
Populism suddenly is everywhere, and everywhere misunderstood. Nadia Urbinati argues that populism should be regarded as government based on an unmediated relationship between the leader and those defined as the “good” or “right” people. Mingling history, theory, and current affairs, Urbinati illuminates populism...[Read More]

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Fighting to a Finish The Politics of War Termination in the United States and Japan, 1945

Published in: Google Books > Political Science > Fighting Games | Published on 06/Sep/2021 02:34

335 pages , 1988
When the United States dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945, most Americans rejoiced that the strategy hastened the surrender of Japan. Shortly thereafter questions emerged about necessity and morality of the nuclear attacks and whether the bombings should be seen as the end of World War II or as the beginning of the Cold War. The author...[Read More]

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Conspiracy Theories

Published in: Google Books > Political Science > Zombie Attack | Published on 08/Aug/2021 20:20

140 pages , John Wiley & Sons , 2019-11-01
9/11 was an inside job. The Holocaust is a myth promoted to serve Jewish interests. The shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School were a false flag operation. Climate change is a hoax perpetrated by the Chinese government. These are all conspiracy theories. A glance online or at bestseller lists reveals how popular some of them ...[Read More]

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Political Games

Published in: Google Books > Political Science > Fighting Games | Published on 02/Aug/2021 01:01

208 pages , W. W. Norton & Company , 2016-08-05
Political Games uses bold visuals and cases from contemporary politics to present forty-nine of the most compelling insights from game theory, illuminating the common logics underlying political problems. Each game is depicted graphically and accompanied by a concise explanation and technical notes. Collectively, these game...[Read More]

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Evaluation in Practice A Methodological Approach

Published in: Google Books > Political Science > Multiplayer Games | Published on 19/Jul/2021 03:45

350 pages , CQ Press , 2002-09-01
This text introduces students to the process of program evaluation and the experimental and quasi-experimental approaches to evaluation. The book covers approaches to outcome evaluations, measurement, threats to internal validity, performance measurement, and benchmarking. It also introduces the basic experimental and quasi-experimental ...[Read More]

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Global Issues in the Context of Space

Published in: Google Books > Political Science > Car Games | Published on 05/Jul/2021 16:54

278 pages , Lexington Books , 2016-08-24
Global Issues in the Context of Spaces examines globalization using the concept of space to contextualize discussion of global issues. The manuscript uses the concept of space to contextualize global issues because spaces are the theater of human activity. Global issues result from specific dynamics emerging between people and the...[Read More]

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Settlers, Saints and Sovereigns An Ethnography of State Formation in Western India

Published in: Google Books > Political Science > Girl Games | Published on 21/Jun/2021 08:08

252 pages , Taylor & Francis , 2020-11-30
This book is an anthropological study located along India’s western border with Pakistan. The core arguments are situated within the context of contemporary religious nationalism, communal strife, and border politics in the Indian state of Gujarat. It seeks to understand how, within these contexts, a region becomes a meaningful...[Read More]

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Feeding the Hungry Advocacy and Blame in the Global Fight against Hunger

Published in: Google Books > Political Science > Online Games | Published on 07/Jun/2021 12:27

186 pages , Cornell University Press , 2020-10-15
Food insecurity poses one of the most pressing development and human security challenges in the world. In Feeding the Hungry, Michelle Jurkovich examines the social and normative environments in which international anti-hunger organizations are working and argues that despite international law ascribing responsibility to ...[Read More]

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The Alphabet Games The Numinous Protocol

Published in: Google Books > Political Science > Online Games | Published on 08/Feb/2021 07:32

201 pages , Createspace Independent Pub , 2013-02-13
The Alphabet Games is a unique non-fiction book series about U.S. Intelligence operatives in their incredibly dangerous and fascinating lives. "The Numinous Protocol" is the first book in the series.

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The Future We Choose , Christiana Figueres & Tom Rivett-Carnac

Published in: itune > Science & Nature,Books,Politics & Current Events,Public Administration,Political Science > Action Games | Published on 27/Dec/2020 18:45

Climate change: it is arguably the most urgent and consequential issue humankind has ever faced. How we address it in the next thirty years will determine the kind of world we will live in and will bequeath to our children and to theirs.

In The Future We Choose, Christiana Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac--who led negotiations for the United N...[Read More]

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Baroness of Hobcaw , Mary E. Miller

Published in: itune > Biographies & Memoirs,Books,Politics & Current Events,Political Science,Science & Nature,Ecology > Shooting Games | Published on 22/Dec/2020 00:29

Belle W. Baruch (1899-1964) could outride, outshoot, outhunt, and outsail most of the young men of her elite social circle--abilities that distanced her from other debutantes of 1917. Unapologetic for her athleticism and interests in traditionally masculine pursuits, Baruch towered above male and female counterparts in height and daring. While she is known today for...[Read More]

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Warheads to Windmills, How to Pay for a Green New Deal , Timmon Wallis

Published in: itune > Ecology,Books,Science & Nature,Politics & Current Events,Political Science > Shooting Games | Published on 21/Dec/2020 15:14

Our survival as a planet depends on drastically curbing greenhouse gas emissions in the very near future. Our survival also depends on completely eliminating the danger of nuclear weapons.
By fortunate coincidence, the resources (federal funding, private funding, scientific and technical expertise, jobs and infrastructure) currently being wasted on nuclear weap...[Read More]

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