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Ordination As Equals: Can Thai Theravada Nuns And Roman Catholic Women Priests Shatter The Glass Ceiling?, Victoria Rue Jul 2009

Ordination As Equals: Can Thai Theravada Nuns And Roman Catholic Women Priests Shatter The Glass Ceiling?, Victoria Rue

Faculty Publications, Social Sciences

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Ordination As Equals: Can Thai Theravada Nuns And Roman Catholic Women Priests Shatter The Glass Ceiling?, Victoria Rue Jan 2009

Ordination As Equals: Can Thai Theravada Nuns And Roman Catholic Women Priests Shatter The Glass Ceiling?, Victoria Rue

Victoria Rue

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Information In Isolation: Gossip And Rumor During The Uk 2001 Foot And Mouth Crisis – Lessons Learned, Christine Hagar Jan 2009

Information In Isolation: Gossip And Rumor During The Uk 2001 Foot And Mouth Crisis – Lessons Learned, Christine Hagar

Christine Hagar

The 2001 foot and mouth disease (FMD) outbreak con stituted the biggest crisis ever to affect the UK farming system; it was one of the worst epidemics of its kind in the world. Farmers and rural communities were disrupted and traumatized as FMD spread rapidly through the whole of the country. The crisis unfolded as a series of information and communication problems, primarily from government to farmers, with consequences for action in a time of crisis. Farmers needed information at the different stages of the crisis to inform them about the various processes and procedures that had to be carried ...


Information In Isolation: Gossip And Rumor During The Uk 2001 Foot And Mouth Crisis – Lessons Learned, Christine Hagar Jan 2009

Information In Isolation: Gossip And Rumor During The Uk 2001 Foot And Mouth Crisis – Lessons Learned, Christine Hagar

Faculty Publications

The 2001 foot and mouth disease (FMD) outbreak con stituted the biggest crisis ever to affect the UK farming system; it was one of the worst epidemics of its kind in the world. Farmers and rural communities were disrupted and traumatized as FMD spread rapidly through the whole of the country. The crisis unfolded as a series of information and communication problems, primarily from government to farmers, with consequences for action in a time of crisis. Farmers needed information at the different stages of the crisis to inform them about the various processes and procedures that had to be carried ...