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#YoSoy132, Social Media, and Political Organization  

Javier Contreras Alcantara

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Oct 2017
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Latin American History
During the 2012 presidential election in Mexico, a movement arose that broke with the existing framework of political mobilizations. What began as a protest to call into question the past ... More

Work-Family Conflict and Work-Life Conflict  

Ellen Ernst Kossek and Kyung-Hee Lee

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Oct 2017
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Business and Management
Work-family and work-life conflict are forms of inter-role conflict that occur when the energy, time, or behavioral demands of the work role conflicts with family or personal life roles. ... More

U.S. Foreign Relations and American Religious Liberalism  

Cara Lea Burnidge

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Oct 2017
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Religion
Scholars of American religious liberalism, like the historical subjects they study, wrestle with the place and power of modernity in American history and culture. Recognizing and ... More

Tropical Africa in the Global Economy  

Ralph A. Austen

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Oct 2017
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
African History
Tropical Africa has been in communication with the global economy since at least the last centuries bce through either land travel across the Sahara to the Mediterranean or navigation ... More

tribunicia potestas  

T. Corey Brennan

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Oct 2017
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Oxford Classical Dictionary
Tribunicia potestas (tribunician power) refers to the rights granted to Rome’s tribuni plebis—including sacrosanctity, that is, personal inviolability while in office—and ... More

Transregional Trade in Early Modern Eurasia  

Matthew Romaniello

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Oct 2017
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Asian History
When the Mongol Empire expanded across Eurasia in the 13th century, it not only established a new political order but also unified the trade networks that spread across northern Eurasia, ... More

Transaction Cost Economics as a Theory of the Firm, Management, and Governance  

Mikko Ketokivi and Joseph T. Mahoney

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Oct 2017
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Business and Management
Which components should a manufacturing firm make in-house, which should it co-produce, and which should it outsource? Who should sit on the firm’s board of directors? What is the right ... More

The United States and the United Nations  

Michelle Getchell

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Oct 2017
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
American History
The United States was heavily involved in creating the United Nations in 1945 and drafting its charter. The United States continued to exert substantial clout in the organization after its ... More

The Stone Age Archaeology of West Africa  

Eleanor Scerri

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Oct 2017
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
African History
In the early 21st century, understanding West Africa’s Stone Age past has increasingly transcended its colonial legacy to become central to research on human origins. Part of this process ... More

The Marketplace and Religion in America  

Daniel Silliman

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Oct 2017
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Religion
There is a long and complicated relationship between religious activities and marketplace activities in the United States. Despite popular expectations that these spheres of life, the ... More

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