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  • Mercieca, Simon (Fondazzjoni Patrimonju Malti, 2006)
    Max Weber's idea of a motionless historical evolution led to the development, in America, of what has been called the 'up-streaming' theory. The word 'up-streaming' was coined by the historian of Native Americans, William ...
  • Jones, Anthony (University of Malta. Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies, 2012)
    Popular uprisings are not unusual, including those in favour of democratic goals, but it is when they occur in waves that they attract widespread attention. It is these multiple uprisings that also give rise to expectations ...
  • Friggieri, Oliver (Stamperija Nazzjonali, 1972)
    Critical study by Oliver Friggieri of the four plays written by playwright Oreste Calleja
  • Abela, Josienne (Xirocco Publishing, 2017)
    The writing of history in the form of the disinterested scholarship of academics studying the past objectively and for its own sake, is now unsustainable. The idea that history is dedicated to the pursuit of certaintist ...
  • Mifsud, Marisa (University of Malta. Department of Pharmacy, 1992)
    Absence epilepsy (AE), more commonly known as petit mal, is characterised by absences with bilaterally symmetrical and synchronous 24Hz spike-and-slow waves on the EEG. It is a relatively uncommon type of epilepsy, ...
  • Hampton, Mark (Institute of Island Studies, University of Prince Edward Island, 1998)
    The island of Jersey has been an Offshore Finance Centre (OFC) for over thirty years and is in competition with many other island OFCs, both in the North Atlantic area and globally. Conventional wisdom, or the ...
  • Caruana, Antoinette (The Farsons Foundation, 2013)
    This page acknowledges those that one way or another made it possible for this publication to come to fruition. Also included in this document are the list of contents and a list of contributors.
  • Baldacchino, Donia (University of Malta. Institute of Health Care, 2008)
    This document provides a list of people who participated in the preparation for the Conference.
  • Great Britain. Laws, statutes, etc. (1815)
    An act by the British to regulate the trade between Malta and the United Kingdom in 1815.
  • Tanti Burlo, Elena (Kummissjoni Nazzjonali Handikappati, 1989)
    This paper deals with: 1 What is the Action Research Project? 2 The Development of the core-group and the multidisciplinary team. 3 The dynamic processes which developed in the creation of a multi-disciplinary team. ...
  • Pace, Desmond; Hili, Jana; Grima, Simon (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2016)
    In the build-up of an investment decision, the existence of both active and passive investment vehicles triggers a puzzle for investors. Indeed the confrontation between active and index replication equity funds in terms ...
  • Gatt, Suzanne; Byrne, Jenny; Rietdijk, Willeke; Tunnicliffe, Sue Dale; Kalaitsidaki, Marianna; Stavrou, Dimitris; Tsagliotis, Nektarios; Gaudiello, Ilaria; Zibetti, Elisabetta; Scheersoi, Annette; Papadouris, Nikos; Kramer, Philipp (European Science Education Research Association, 2014)
    This paper combines 4 presentations making up a symposium. Inquiry-based learning in science has been advocated by the European Commission at both primary and secondary level of education (Rocard et al, 2007) However, ...
  • Formosa, Marvin (Midsea Books, 2012)
    An ageing population presents itself as an opportunity to communities because many older adults are committed, long-time residents, who contribute their time and energy to local issues. Older persons are both a social ...
  • Pinna, Annalisa; Simola, Nicola; Morelli, Micaela (Transworld Research Network, 2007)
    Adenosine A2A receptors have a unique cellular and regional distribution in the basal ganglia (BG), being particularly concentrated in areas richly innervated by dopamine (DA) such as the caudateputamen, otherwise called ...
  • Mayo, Peter (Academic Press, 2011)
    Paulo Freire (1921–97) was one of the most influential educationists of the twentieth century. It is from a Freirean perspective that this article on adult learning, instruction, and program planning is written. Argentinean ...
  • McElroy, Jerome L.; Pearce, Kara B. (Routledge, 2009)
    It appears that the independence candle for islands has been snuffed, at least for the moment. The current status is regarded as the best of both worlds. Island jurisdictions wield many of the benefits associated with ...
  • Lodge, Tom (Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies, 2014)
    Between 1960 and 2000, most Africans travelling across the Mediterranean were North Africans by origin, that is, Algerian, Tunisian and Moroccan, moving first to France, and subsequently to Germany, Belgium and the ...
  • Troisi, Joseph (Policy P., 2013)
    Chapter discussing how and why the population of Malta is aging rapidly. This chapter also includes socio-demographic aspects together with family values which have changed Maltese society as we know it.
  • Nielsen, Jon Lau; Fedder Jensen, Benjamin; Mahlmann, Tobias; Yannakakis, Georgios N. (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2014)
    Computer strategy games - games such as those in the Civilization, StarCraft, Age of Empires and Total War series, and board game adaptations such as Risk and Axis and Allies - have been popular since soon after computer ...
  • Camilleri, Mark Anthony (Springer, 2017)
    The airline product consists of tangible and intangible elements. It is important to remember that passengers are purchasing more than the airline product, they are also acquiring the benefits (for example, a customer ...