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Sandbags, Strikes, and Scandals

Public Disorder and Problematic Policing in Occupied Roubaix during World War I

James E. Connolly

engaging in “misconduct.” 20 Such breaches and disdain are at the heart of this article, which demonstrates that the culture de l’occupé involved more than just the bourgeoisie; working-class French people were also concerned with and had an

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Pierre Lascoumes

Unlike Anglo-Saxon countries, France, along with other Mediterranean democracies (Italy, Spain)1 has waited until the end of the twentieth century to publicly identify the various forms “public misconduct” can take2 and to begin to address them politically. Two convictions mark a breach in the national tradition of impunity for public corruption: that of the treasurer of the Socialist Party, deputy and former minister Henri Emmanuelli, in March 1996 for concealment of trading on his influence (earning him an18-month suspended jail sentence and, more notably, two years of attainder and political ineligibility); and that of the mayor of Grenoble, RPR deputy and minister Alain Carignon, in July 1996 for corruption (earning him four years imprisonment).

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Stephen Milder

This article narrates the development of the antinuclear movement from the bottom up, showing how local protests initiated changes in Germans' ideas about democracy and public participation, precipitating the Green Party's emergence. The narrative begins with the pre-history of the 1975 occupation of the Wyhl reactor site in Southern Baden. It shows that vintners' concerns about the future of their livelihoods underpinned protests at Wyhl, but argues that the anti-reactor coalition grew in breadth after government officials' perceived misconduct caused local people to connect their agricultural concerns with democracy matters. It then explains how local protests like the Wyhl occupation influenced the formation of the German Green Party in the late 1970s, showing how the sorts of convergences that occurred amidst “single issue” protests like the anti-Wyhl struggle enabled a wide variety of activists to come together in the new party. Thus, the article argues that particular, local concerns initiated a rethinking of participation in electoral politics. Far from fracturing society, these local concerns promoted diverse new coalitions and shaped an inclusive approach to electoral politics.

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The Word of the Lord to Shylock

Biblical Forms in the Translations of Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice to Hebrew

Atar Hadari

Pentateuch: because he had wrought villainy in Israel, in that he had lain with Jacob’s daughter (Genesis 34:7) because she hath wrought folly in Israel, to play the whore in her father’s house (Deuteronomy 22:21) Both instances refer to sexual misconduct

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Reclaiming the streets

Black urban insurgency and antisocial security in twenty-first-century Philadelphia

Jeff Maskovsky

of police brutality and murder inspired protests across the country. The mainstream political response to these protests, and to the scandal of police misconduct and violence more generally, is the call for more body cameras for the police. This

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Buffeted by Political Winds

Children’s Literature in Communist Romania

Adrian Solomon

: poor education, slackness, petty cases of misconduct, stubbornness, daydreaming. Popular translations, such as Vitya Maleyev at School and at Home by Nikolai Nosov (1951), a “boy’s novel” written in an attractive, colloquial style, also had a great

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Ritty Lukose

– 479 . Alcoff , L. 2018 . ‘ This Is Not Just about Junot Diaz ’. New York Times , 16 May . . Alter , A. 2018 . ‘ Junot Diaz Cleared of Misconduct by M.I.T ’. New York Times

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Catherine N. Butcher

rise to the challenge and can demonstrate to the students that they are in command of the topics being addressed will find favour with the student body. The Curriculum Committee also sets academic policies, reviews all cases of academic misconduct

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From Villainous Letch and Sinful Outcast, to “Especially Beloved of God”

Complicating the Medieval Leper through Gender and Social Status

Christina Welch and Rohan Brown

early as Ancient Egyptian times, we find the association of denasti with sexual misconduct, where cutting off the nose was a punishment for adultery. 34 The Ecloga , the Byzantine legal code published in 726, continues this theme with laws 23 and 24

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Poverty and Shame

Interactional Impacts on Claimants of Chinese Dibao

Jian Chen and Lichao Yang

it is reasonable even though it does not follow the policy strictly. In practice, people do not consider this operation shameful or an example of misconduct. On the contrary, it is seen as a way of optimizing limited resources. Third, in practice