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Title Sisyphean Efforts State Policy and Child Labour in Karnataka
Author Dr. Anil Kumar Vaddiraju
Publisher Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Release 2013-10-03
Category Political Science
Total Pages 99
ISBN 1443853259
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Of the four south Indian states, three states, – Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu – have ubiquitous and rampant child labour. Kerala is the only south Indian state to have been declared as a child labour-free state. Andhra Pradesh is second only to Uttar Pradesh in the extent of its child labour in the country. Karnataka and Tamil Nadu stand at seventh and tenth place in the list, respectively. This is somewhat surprising in the sense that the south Indian states are historically advanced in human development, women’s agency, demographic indicators and governance. Also, since the onset of economic reforms, they have been growing at an economically rapid rate. Why, then, are societies that have relatively high literacy and health indicators, well developed women’s agency and relatively better governance failing to protect their children from being forced into hard labour? This book examines some of these questions with regards to state policy towards the eradication of child labour in Karnataka.

A Sisyphean Task by Geraldine J. Clifford

Title A Sisyphean Task
Author Geraldine J. Clifford
Publisher
Release 1988
Category Composition (Language arts)
Total Pages 40
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The Measure of All Things by Shlomo Shoham

Title The Measure of All Things
Author Shlomo Shoham
Publisher Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Release 2014-09-01
Category Social Science
Total Pages 270
ISBN 1443866652
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Measure of All Things is the final volume in a trilogy about man as related to the genesis of the world, to metaphysics, and to the ontological vicissitudes of the human species. This book reviews the condition of man and his relationship with the forces of evolution, in both a biological and a spiritual sense. It is, therefore, an innovative excursion into the present day arguments between the evolutionist and creationist regarding the fate of man.

Sisyphean by Dempow Torishima

Title Sisyphean
Author Dempow Torishima
Publisher Haikasoru
Release 2018-03-20
Category Fiction
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9781421580821
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Even after the world and humanity itself have been rendered nearly unrecognizable by genetic engineering, a day in the office can feel…Sisyphean. The company stands atop a tiny deck supported by huge iron columns a hundred meters high. The boss there is its president—a large creature of unstable, shifting form once called “human.” The world of his dedicated worker contains only the deck and the sea of mud surrounding it, and and the worker’s daily routine is anything but peaceful. A mosaic novel of extreme science and high weirdness, Sisyphean will change the way you see existence itself. A strange journey into the far future of genetic engineering, and working life. After centuries of tinkering, many human bodies only have a casual similarity to what we now know, but both work and school continue apace. Will the enigmatic sad sack known only as “the worker” survive the day? Will the young student Hanishibe get his questions about the biological future of humanity answered, or will he have to transfer to the department of theology? Will Umari and her master ever comprehend the secrets of nanodust?

Sex as Bait by S. Giora Shoham

Title Sex as Bait
Author S. Giora Shoham
Publisher St. Lucia [Queensland] ; New York : University of Queensland Press
Release 1983
Category Interpersonal relations
Total Pages 226
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Selection in Natural Populations by Jeffry B. Mitton

Title Selection in Natural Populations
Author Jeffry B. Mitton
Publisher Oxford University Press on Demand
Release 1997
Category Science
Total Pages 240
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In this book, Jeff Mitton explains the questions that geneticists hoped to answer by studying protein variation and evaluates the results of this rich and controversial body of research.

Title Mapping the Sisyphean Archives
Author Gaeun Ji
Publisher
Release 2018
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Fifty Years of EU Turkey Relations by Armağan Emre Çakır

Title Fifty Years of EU Turkey Relations
Author Armağan Emre Çakır
Publisher Routledge
Release 2010-12-14
Category Political Science
Total Pages 192
ISBN 1136863389
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The publication of this book marks the fiftieth year of Turkey’s application to the European Economic Community for associate membership, and evaluates EU-Turkey relations in a historical perspective. Examining the evolving approaches of Turkey and of the EU towards each other, the volume focuses on the ‘delay’ in Turkey’s accession to the EU, and explores the characteristics and reasons of this delay in political, economic, security, ethical and sociological dimensions. By shedding light on the main actors and changing parameters in these relations, the book reveals achievements as well as failures of Turkey and the EU in their mutual relations. Fifty Years of EU-Turkey Relations will be an essential reading and a lasting reference volume for policy-makers and academics interested in EU-Turkey relations, European politics, European Union enlargement or international relations.

Clio by

Title Clio
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Release 1988
Category History
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Ark in the Authentic Domain by S. Giora Shoham

Title Ark in the Authentic Domain
Author S. Giora Shoham
Publisher Cambridge Scholars Pub
Release 2006
Category Philosophy
Total Pages 238
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This volume is an innovative exposition of the person and teaching of Rabbi Johanan Ben Zakkai (the Rivaz), the 1st century Jewish sage who crossed the lines over to emperor Vespasian during the siege of Jerusalem. He proclaimed that for the Jews the learning of the Torah was even more essential than independence. Hence, he asked for permission to study the Torah at Jabneh, where after the destruction of the Second Temple he established the famous schools for religious studies. He is very controversial within Orthodox circles until this very day. However, we claim that he saved Judaism as it is studied and upheld throughout the generations of scholarship in the diasporas of Babylon, Spain, North Africa and Europe. The story and the saga of Rabbi Johanan Ben Zakkai is presented in this volume within the context of the history of the Jews and Judaism.

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