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Christian Hunold

section also describes the various technologies that enable field birding and that figure prominently in urban hawk watching. The next section describes the multispecies framework and the methods of data collection and analysis that have informed my study

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Franco Ruzzenenti and Aleksandra Wagner

field of energy studies is the “rebound effect,” or the “Jevons paradox.” The rebound effect is “an increase in consumption which may occur as an unintended side-effect of the introduction of policy, market and/or technology interventions aimed at

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Artificial Intelligence

Faith in Machine or Man?

Jan Martijn Meij

, this age is entered once technology moves beyond our control. The book relies heavily on his own words as there are not many citations and references to other scientists. This does make it more accessible for non-academic readers. The book is divided

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Sounds German?

Popular Music in Postwar Germany at the Crossroads of the National and Transnational

Kirkland A. Fulk

sounds and technologies reconfigure the transnational. For every influx of new music from abroad such as jazz, rock and roll, and hip-hop that was, in time, made German there were also a host of exports made in Germany that shaped the broader musical

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Amelia Moore and Jerry K. Jacka

-determination and sovereignty of indigenous hunting communities are challenged in an era of global protection of cetaceans. With “Ocean Thinking,” Susannah Crockford uses a science and technology studies approach to understand how the work of oceanographers

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Decoupling Seascapes

An Anthropology of Marine Stock Enhancement Science in Japan

Shingo Hamada

humans can dominate with science and technology. (Re)stock enhancement is different from aquaculture and mariculture in that targeted species are often released into the sea, rather than living and growing in an enclosed space. Stock enhancement is

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Susan Wright and Penny Welch

-liberalism, explored engaged scholarship, service learning and citizenship education ( Bernstein 2009 ) as well as critically examining the impacts on ‘excellence’ and ‘equality’ of management technologies and governance (for example, Morrish and Sauntson 2010

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Owen White and Elizabeth Heath

turn fall under the rubric of the history of capitalism, sometimes with an avowedly global field of vision. 7 Others have explicitly addressed globalization and empire and, particularly, how new technologies and flows of people and goods reshaped

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Matthew Trundle

classical Athens? He argues that a “civilizing process,” alongside the rise of the modern nation-state that holds a monopoly on force, has led to a decline of violence. 1 He adds that the growing significance of commerce and technologies have facilitated

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Joanna Bourke

Violent practices, technologies, and symbols increasingly permeate our everyday lives. This is the fact that Pinker seeks to debunk. He attempts to do so in five ways: by selectively choosing his data; minimizing certain harms; adopting an