An Epitome for the Million: Fifty Facts About Australasia
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Publisher: Trieste Publishing
Language: English
ISBN: 9780649506194
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An Epitome for the Million: Fifty Facts About Australasia

James MacGregor

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Economic History titles examine corporations, business ventures or economies that populated the past, and can shed light on broader economic processes. Analytical methods in this area are mostly narrative, but include statistical analysis and apply principles drawn from economic theory to explain and understand historical phenomena. Specific topics include: United States Steel Corporation, Bank of Nova Scotia, political economy in England, Studebaker Corporation, Railway Companies of Scotland, Money in America, London money market, and the Union Pacific railroad.

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Books about Teaching Methods discuss the principles used by teachers in educational institutions. Different teaching approaches are recommended for different subject areas, and have varied over the centuries. Examples of these titles include: A History of Education, A History of Education During the Middle Ages, the History of Educational Theories, A Method of Teaching Chemistry in Schools, Essays on Mathematical Education, Methods of Teaching Gymnastics, Religious Teaching in Secondary Schools, Story-Telling, Questioning and Studying, Three School Arts, The Teaching of History, Young boys and boarding-school, and The philosophy of school management.

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International law refers to the set of rules that govern relations between states, and as a result serves as the framework for stable and organized international relations. International law is distinguished by the fact that it is primarily applicable to countries rather than to private citizens. In some cases national law can become international law when treaties delegate national jurisdiction to supranational tribunals. This occurs with the European Court of Human Rights and the International Criminal Court. Treaties such as the Geneva Conventions may require national law to conform to its statutes.

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