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Accounting, Organizations and Society – Journal

Accounting, Organizations and Society – Journal

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State and local government news and analysis

State and local government news and analysis

THE FUTURE OF What’s Happening Now

Coronavirus Response Resources Guide for Government Leaders

The novel coronavirus has tested the durability of federal, state and local governments around the country and the world. This list of resources is meant to connect leaders with useful tools to aid in response efforts.

By Dustin Haisler, Futures and Innovation Editor  |  March 20, 2020

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Future in Context

Learning to Deal with the Coronavirus Through Literature

In uncertain times, we search for assurances. The humanities, including stories about coping with past plagues, provide a powerful reference to how things can be made right again.

By Clay Jenkinson, Editor-at-Large  |  March 20, 2020

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THE FUTURE OF Community Design

Two Tales of Modern Urban Architecture in the South

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Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy

Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy

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If you are like many parents, you have questions about how the coronavirus will affect your child’s special education program. In this week’s issue of the Special Ed Advocate, we share new information about special education issues, help for life during the Coronavirus era, and advice to get your

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Florida Department of State

Florida Department of State


Corporations Move

The Florida Division of Corporations (Sunbiz) continually seeks to serve its customers effectively. We are excited to announce that the Division of Corporations now welcomes customers in its new facility at The Centre of Tallahassee, 2415 North Monroe Street, Suite 810, in Tallahassee, Florida. This facility enhances the customer experience by providing new facilities, updated infrastructure, and convenient location.  Division of Corporations’ friendly employees look forward to seeing you at their new location!

Florida Music Tours

Florida Music Tours is an educational, travel and media website that spotlights Florida’s important role in American musical history and promotes the state as a top destination for music enthusiasts. The website makes it easy to listen to Florida’s traditional music (rock, blues, folk, etc.), learn about influential performers and visit music festivals, venues and historical sites throughout Florida.  Buckle up, roll your windows down

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The World Aquaculture Society

The World Aquaculture Society

World Aquaculture Society News

Editor’s Note – Black Swans and Aquaculture

A Black Swan is an event that is rare, unpredictable and has profound and disruptive impacts, something random with a large deviation from normal. The current global disease pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus is an exemplary Black Swan event. An influential book published in 2007 on the subject of Black Swans, written by Nassim Nicholas Taleb, was subtitled “the impact of the highly improbable.” In 2012, the US National Intelligence Council published Global Trends 2030: Alternative Worlds that identified eight Black Swans, with a severe pandemic disease outbreak topping the list. New terms like flattening the infection curve and social distancing have entered popular lexicon. [More..]

The successes of the reinvigoration and the vision for the next four years

The Journal of the World Aquaculture Society (JWAS) is a special publication among the aquaculture literature. It is a

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LST | Law School Transparency

LST | Law School Transparency

LST is an award-winning 501(c)(3) non-profit that does consumer advocacy and public education about the legal profession. Since our founding in 2009, we have made an outsized impact on law schools and their accreditor, the American Bar Association. As a result of our work, more law schools are held accountable and prospective law students make more informed choices about whether and where to attend law school.

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LST is one of the nation’s most trusted sources for information and analysis on legal education issues. Our research, policy papers, reports, and staff are routinely cited by traditional and legal news organizations, popular blogs, and academic scholarship. A representative from LST may be available for phone interviews, broadcast interviews, podcasts,

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Conscience and the body politic

Conscience and the body politic

Bureaucrats have social status and power. They also possess personal knowledge of the rules. So, as a reasonably educated Indian citizen knows, it is pointless to argue with a bureaucrat: one can only plead with him or her. The case of politicians is different. They seem to be one of “us”, as they derive their power from their popularity among ordinary men and women. Also, we learn at school that democratic politics is all about discussion and debate. So, when we grow up and attain adult citizenship, we live in the hope that our views will be heard by those who represent us.

This hope — and the belief that keeps it alive — received a body blow during the
>21 months of Emergency rule

>, in effect from June 25, 1975 until its withdrawal on March 21, 1977. Ordinary citizens realised with shock that they had no rights whatsoever

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2012 Census of Governments

The U.S. Census Bureau conducts a Census of Governments of all state and local government organization units every 5 years, for years ending in 2 and 7, as required by law under Title 13, U.S. Code, Section 161. The collection of these data will

  • Identify the scope and nature of the nation’s state and local governments.
  • Classify local government organizations, powers, and activities.
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INDIAN SOCIETY | Facts and Details

INDIAN SOCIETY | Facts and Details


Society has traditionally been strongly patriarchal and strongly hierarchal. The presence of the caste system has made Indians very rank and status oriented. Social relations often begin with a certain amount of sizing up based on caste, ethnic group or rank and how they are related to each other in a certain way prescribed by caste rules.

The extended family, village community and caste system are three primary societal structures.
There are great contrasts between traditional India and modern high-tech and Westernized India.
In the old days Indian society was dominated by a large number of poor people, with a small elite characterized by flamboyant maharajas and a middle class made up largely civil servants. These classes largely exist today except the middle class is more diverse and larger and the small elite includes industrialists and high tech entrepreneurs as well as large landowners.

Hindus have traditionally looked

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Admissions and Financial Aid | Texas Law

Admissions and Financial Aid | Texas Law

Texas Law: a top-tier academic program, great career options, and a high quality of life. These are the elements that inspire us to call this the best place in the world to be a law student.

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It was no surprise to our alumni when U.S. News & World Report said Texas Law provided a better return on investment than any other law school in America, and the highest starting salary-to-debt ratio.

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Texas Law Accepts GRE

As a pilot program, Texas Law now accepts GRE scores on admissions applications. Learn more about how to include GRE test scores and how we use it in the admissions decision-making process by clicking on the links below.

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