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    • The dangerous consequences of Parliamentary divisions. Occasion'd by refusal of the Place Bill, the Act of Indemnity, &c 

      Queen's University Library, W.D. Jordan Special Collections and Music Library (1742)
    • A Dangerous Form of Belief: An Analysis of Alfred Rosenberg's Mythus of the Twentieth Century as an Example of a Modern Form of Religion 

      Pauling, Blaine (2005-09-13)
      This paper examines the thought of the Nazi ideologist Alfred Rosenberg as it is contained in his book, The Mythus of the Twentieth Century. I examine the spiritualized racism he describes in the Mythus as a distinctly ...
    • The dangers of Europe from the growing power of France : with some free thoughts on remedies ... 

      Author of the Duke of Anjou's succession considered. (1702)
    • Daoism and Nature 

      Miller, James (2012-06-04)
      Draft essay on Daoism and Nature for the Oxford Handbook of Religion and Ecology edited by Roger Gottlieb (Oxford University Press).
    • Daoism and Sustainable Development 

      Miller, James (2012-06-07)
      This paper examines the relationship between Daoism and sustainable development. It examines the contribution of religion to issues of sustainability in local economies and the way in which Daoist world views intersect ...
    • Daoism in Brazil: The Globalization of the Orthodox Unity (Zhengyi) Tradition 

      Murray, Daniel (2010-08-13)
      The Daoist Society of Brazil (Sociedade Taoista do Brasil) was founded by Wu Jyh Cherng (Wu Zhicheng 武志成), a Taiwanese immigrant, in 1991. Today the Society operates two temples in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, and is ...
    • THE DARK PERSONALITY AND JOB SUCCESS IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY: USE OF INTERPERSONAL MANIPULATION IN THE WORKPLACE 

      Stead, Rebecca (2016-07-18)
      This dissertation relates job desires and outcomes to the Dark Personality (Psychopathy, Machiavellianism, Narcissism, Low Agreeableness, Low Honesty-Humility) in the United States Army. It purports that individuals high ...
    • The Dark Triad and Faking Ability on Self-Report Personality Inventories and Autobiographical Accounts 

      MacNeil, Bonnie (2008-10-21)
      Three studies were undertaken to examine the relationship between the Dark Triad (i.e., psychopathy, Machiavellianism, and narcissism) and faking ability. Study 1 examined the relationship between psychopathy and the ability ...
    • Darwinism and Meaning 

      Aarssen, Lonnie W. (Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research, 2010)
      Darwinism presents a paradox. It discredits the notion that one’s life has any intrinsic meaning, yet it predicts that we are designed by Darwinian natural selection to generally insist that it must—and so necessarily ...
    • Data 

      Moon, Jeff (2016-03-30)
      Canadian Depository Libraries are facing a crisis in dealing with government publications that have migrated to exclusively electronic format. Rather than providing these publications to libraries under the Depository ...
    • Data - All 3 countries 

      Angus Reid Global (2014-07-16)
      Privacy and Surveillance: June 2012 Globalization of Personal Data Follow-up is a study (conducted in February-March 2014) by the Vision Critical division of the polling company Angus Reid Global as a follow-up to an earlier ...
    • Data - Canada 

      Angus Reid Global (2014-07-16)
      Privacy and Surveillance: June 2012 Globalization of Personal Data Follow-up is a study (conducted in February-March 2014) by the Vision Critical division of the polling company Angus Reid Global as a follow-up to an earlier ...
    • Data - UK 

      Angus Reid Global (2014-07-16)
      Privacy and Surveillance: June 2012 Globalization of Personal Data Follow-up is a study (conducted in February-March 2014) by the Vision Critical division of the polling company Angus Reid Global as a follow-up to an earlier ...
    • Data - US 

      Angus Reid Global (2014-07-16)
      Privacy and Surveillance: June 2012 Globalization of Personal Data Follow-up is a study (conducted in February-March 2014) by the Vision Critical division of the polling company Angus Reid Global as a follow-up to an earlier ...
    • Data and Article 

      Chivers, Meredith L. (2015-12-07)
      Gender differences in the specificity of sexual response have been a primary focus in sexual psychophysiology, however within-gender variability suggests that sexual orientation influences this effect among women; only ...
    • Data and Documentation 

      Mah, Jason; Samson, Claire; McKinnon, Steve (2015-01-26)
      This data set was acquired as part of a PhD thesis entitled, Three-Dimensional Laser Imaging for Rock Mass Characterization. The image data was acquired in 3 field trials over the course of the thesis. Specifically, the ...
    • Data and Documentation 

      Angus Reid Global (2014-02-07)
      Privacy and Surveillance: June 2012 Globalization of Personal Data Follow-up is a study (conducted in June 2012) by the Vision Critical division of the polling company Angus Reid Global as a follow-up to an earlier ...
    • Data and Documentation 

      Angus Reid Global (2014-03-18)
      Christmas or Holiday Season? is a three country survey which asked respondents which name they prefer during the holiday season - “Christmas” or “Holiday Season”.
    • Data and Documentation 

      Hird, Myra J.; Lougheed, Scott C.; Rowe, Kerry (2016-07-06)
      The primary aims of this survey were to assess household waste management practices; participation in waste diversion practices; knowledge of local waste management politics; willingness to participate in local decision ...
    • Data Files 

      Bala, Nicholas; Wheeler, Andrea; Paetsch, Joanne; Bertrand, Lorne (2013-03-27)
      Canadian relocation cases (where one parent wants to relocate with a child following a separation) reported in English from 2001 to the beginning of 2011 (738 in total) were identified and analyzed. Despite the fact-driven ...