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Vital Networks: The Biological Turn in Computation, Communication, and Control
Networks, such as the Internet, are comprised of dense information flows with expansive, multi-directional reach that continuously change—and this changeability is what keeps the network active, relative, and vital. I call ...
What Is Obesity?: Complementary Discourses
“What Is Obesity?: Complementary Discourses” seeks to present several perspectives on the entity ‘obesity’ in an effort to establish relationships, differences, and the possibility of critiques between and among the ...
Calling for resistance: The political economy of Indian and Canadian call centre industries
Call centres have in the last three decades come to define the interaction between corporations, governments, and other institutions and their respective customers, citizens, and members. From telemarketing to tele-health ...
Moffitt's Delinquency Abstention: An Examination of the Predictors of Adolescent Refrainment from Crime
Adolescent delinquency is a common phenomenon that has been studied extensively for decades. Much is known about the factors which influence youth involvement in activities such as underage drinking, smoking, and drug use. ...