Which kind of efficacy is used?
Is this true?
0 Closed fracture a fracture in which there is no wound in the overlying skin
0 Cramp a painful spasm, usually of a muscle
0 Crepitus i a grating sound heard and the sensation felt when the fractured ends of a bone rub
0 Fracture a bre
Learning and Social Eects
Prof. Esther Du
April 11, 2006
A very important question in economics is to what extent individuals are in
uenced by others
Contexts that are particularly interesting:
- Technology adoption (e.g. spread of technolo
Alcohol II Lecture
1) Functionalism seeks rational purpose of alcohol consumption: social integration self-medication of anxiety
Problems with functionalism: how to disprove such an interpretation? How to account for cultural differences around alcohol al
Alcohol 1) Lender and Martin: Neorepublican. - America as model of virtue
2) Drugs & feared immigrants: alcohol & Irish opium & Chinese marijuana & Mexicans Can lead to affirmative negative identity formation: embrace what stigmatizes the group:
14.11 Lecture 6: The quality of education in developing
Prof. Esther Duo
March 21, 2006
Until relatively recently, the main question policy makers were trying to solve about education
in developing countries was: how to get children in school.
CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY
14.42 LECTURE PLAN 18: MAY 3, 2011
Go through class and ask people what they agreed with or disagreed with.
PASTURE A: STERNS ARGUMENT
How does Sterns logic differ from the usual argument about climate change?
Study Guide #7, 10/25-10/27:
Medicine in the 18th Century
Blake, John B. The Inoculation Controversy in Boston, 1721-1722. New England
Quarterly 25 (1952): 489-506.
Buchan, William. Domestic Medicine Or, A Treatise on the Prevention and Cure of
h11.368 Response Paper 3
This weeks readings delve further into the development of a theory of environmental justice
from moral, political, and sociological standpoints. The Schlosberg piece succinctly describes a
three-part meaning of justice, as: equity