Exporting the rule of law to Mongolia: post-socialist legal and judicial reforms.
... short term, economic stability and a fundamental change in the psychology of its citizens. (72) The procedurally-minimalist rule of law would ...Mongolia's economy remained dominated by livestock-raising and nomadism. Once appropriately strengthened, however, the U.S.S.R. eventually ...
Veblen and the problem of rationality.
...Human Nature and Conduct an Introduction to Social Psychology. New York: The Modern Library, 1957. . Diggins, John Patrick. The Promise ... Eugenics: Thorstein Veblen on Racial Diversity and Cultural Nomadism." International Review of Sociology 14, no. 3 (2004): 513-534. . Riesman, ...
Criminal madness: cultural iconography and insanity.
.... Research into cognitive psychology also suggests that media imagery affects judges and jurors because people .... (86.) Charles B. Davenport's THE FEEBLY INHIBITED: NOMADISM, OR THE WANDERING IMPULSE, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO HEREDITY (1915) ...
Borat in an age of postironic deconstruction.
... an agent of the transition from an isolated power grid to global nomadism. He's training us how to be productive citizens, and hence modernized ... Los Angeles, many of my generational ilk graduated from the pop psychology of the 1970s to a haze of nuclear holocaust dreams and Ronald Reagan. Like ...
...Yet their moIs of nomadism also led to their military downfall-the loose structure of their society ... sketch of Dr Wess Roberts.15 Dr, Roberts earned a doctorate in psychology from Utah State University in 1973 He joined the Army Xatianal Guard and ...