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  • Paonak, Vinita (2017-05-18)
    The spatial evolution of control over hotels in Chiang Mai, Upper Northern Thailand is examined using a geographical multiple research strategy and Keller's model of hierarchies of control and capital input. The spatial ...
  • Lewis, David (2017-05-18)
    In this lecture, Dr. Lewis will give a historical overview of the evolution of antimicrobial resistance in the gonococcus and discuss current approaches to manage the public health threat of untreatable gonorrhea.
  • Novales Flamarique, Inĩgo; Novales Flamarique, Inĩgo (2017-05-18)
    In addition to intensity and colour, the retinas of many invertebrates are capable of light detection based on its linear polarization (Wehner, 1983). The detection mechanism permitting this capability is based on the ...
  • Xu, Jian (2017-05-17)
    In recent times, students’ school experiences are not limited to traditional classes and hanging out with friends; an increasing number of students are encouraged to participate in various extracurricular activities by ...
  • Thomas, Robin (2017-05-17)
    Quadrotor is one type of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) capable of vertical take-off and landing (VTOL). In this project, the well-established Sliding Mode Control (SMC) approach is studied and applied to a quadrotor to ...
  • Nelson, Tina-Linnea (2017-05-17)
    The primary purpose of this explorative study was to develop a therapeutically relevant theory of emotional well-being. The developed theory focuses on coping skills because they are observable, measurable, and teachable. ...
  • Noor, Farish A. (Malaysian Sociological Research Institute, 2004)
    Farish Noor’s quick with and a sharp pen are known to most observers of the Malaysian scene through his regular commentaries on current affairs. In this work of longer breath, he shows himself skillful at sustained historical ...
  • Miller, Lynda Whitney (2017-05-17)
    Parish nursing is an emerging, innovative practice in faith communities. Christian parish nursing, as defined by the author, is a health promotion ministry, based in churches, the focus of which is preventative and in ...
  • Noor, Farish A. (Malaysian Sociological Research Institute, 2004)
    “Farish Noor’s quick with and a sharp pen are known to most observers of the Malaysian scene through his regular commentaries on current affairs. In this work of longer breath, he shows himself skillful at sustained ...
  • Ibrahim, Ahmad; Gordon, Shirle (Ed.) (Malaysian Sociological Research Institute, 1975)
    Much has been written on Islamic Law, as law per se, and as it is varied and applied in particular countries in Africa, the Middle East, and Indonesia, but nothing has been written on Islamic Law in Malaya. Yet, one could ...
  • Gordon, Alijah (Alijah Gordon, 2003)
    ‘U Ba Swe then ‘logically’ asked “what a blonde-haired girl has to do with this problem”. It was a question that would haunt me through all my life: Why? It is not your bangsa – not your race – not your problem. The time ...
  • McArthur, Andrew Grant (2017-05-17)
    Hydrothermal vent communities exhibit great taxonomic novelty with 88% of species, 51% of genera, and 21% of families new to science. Given the severe physiological barriers to invasion presented by hydrothermalism and ...
  • Gordon, Alijah (Ed.) (Malaysian Sociological Research Institute, 1993)
    These are testimonies of survivors whose sufferings wrench our souls. The tribulations of those who died under the barbarities of the Serbs they have carried to the grave, to the heavens beyond where surely they now dwell. ...
  • Gordon, Alijah (Alijah Gordon, 2002)
    Alijah Gordon’s haunting narrative, In the Time of the Mishmish, is set in Egypt during the tumuktuous period when the star of the legendary Egyptian leader Gamal Abdel Nasser was on the rise. It tells the story of a complex ...
  • Gordon, Alijah (Ed.) (Malaysian Sociological Research Institute, 2001)
    Islamization of the Indonesian-Malay Archipelago was deliberately stymied by the colonial powers of the 16th century, violently by the Spanish in what became the Philippines, and ‘administratively’ by the Dutch, beginning ...
  • Nyce, Ray (Malaysian Sociological Research Institute, 1973)
    ‘Counter-insurgency’ A methodological rather than an ideological response to revolutionary guerilla warfare, is one of the words that most characterize our epoch. In a wholesale application of a primary method of ...
  • Brown, Susan; Clements, Patricia; Grundy, Isobel; Ruecker, Stan; Antoniuk, Jeffery; Balazs, Sharon (Digital Humanities Quarterly, 2009)
    The case of the Orlando Project offers a useful interrogation of concepts like completion and finality, as they emerge in the arena of electronic publication. The idea of "doneness" circulates discursively within a complex ...
  • Cunningham, Richard; Duke, David; Eustace, John; Galway, Anna; Patterson, Erin (Digital Humanities Quarterly, 2008)
    With Humanities Computing and New Media identified as emerging fields of significant strength, it is time for well-funded and fully supported programs in Digital Humanities to be described, developed, and implemented in ...
  • Gordon, Alijah (Ed.) (Malaysian Sociological Research Institute, 2001)
    The title I Painted the Snow Black…derives from a card Wissam Dawoud created for his Malaysian sponsor Animah Ferrar and her husband Syed Mohamed Syed Jaffar: “I painted the snow black because we’re afraid of the ...
  • Firdous, Syed Sumayya (Malaysian Sociological Research Institute, 2011)
    OBJECTIVES: This study was carried out with the following specific objectives in mind: a) To identify vulnerabilities and exigencies of the Palestinian refugee community in Malaysia b) To generate a profile (resources, ...

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