1 edition of Radically rethinking regulation found in the catalog.
Radically rethinking regulation
Proceedings of a workshop held at the University of Toronto, Apr. 1994.
|Statement||compiled by Mariana Valverde.|
|Contributions||Valverde, Mariana, 1955-, University of Toronto. Centre of Criminology.|
|LC Classifications||HN28 .R27 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 64 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||97136109|
Our social sciences have been so colonized that a question of asking how the world would look from our viewpoint becomes meaningless. In building upon, challenging, and complementing work by economic historians, political scientists, and sociologists who have long recognized the role of politics and the law in shaping financethe recent legal scholarship reveals the choices we are making without even realizing that we are making them and the values that are compromised in the process. This book is an argument for the necessity of holding in our minds and in our classrooms the big global picture. India is learning plenty from Europe, but ironically, Europe does not seem to have learnt anything in return. Fundraising is regulated purely as a transactional exchange that occurs exclusively within the resource attraction market as if nothing that happens after this has any bearing on the rights and wrongs of the giving part.
What will be the outcomes? Not a chance. Other prominent academics, including Irving Fisher, Milton Friedman, and, more recently, Adam Levitin, have promoted reforms that rely on the same basic premise. That there is Hinduism or other religions and that there is a caste system is a description of Indians common to the Orientalists and the present-day social sciences. Submissions due: August 15, Ideas from the Field Subscribe to ASCD Express, our free email newsletter, to have practical, actionable strategies and information delivered to your email inbox twice a month.
Hence, a reconceptualization of India studies would tell what India can offer to the world of today and tomorrow. Published twice a month, Express provides practical, actionable strategies from teachers, school leaders, and education researchers around the world—straight to your inbox. What ground rules and dialogue models are most helpful? This issue will consider ways to go beyond traditional formats for classroom exchanges to discussions that promote higher-order thinking, effective communication, and social-emotional learning skills. This is the context in which Rights Balancing Fundraising Ethics sits. Generations of Indian intellectuals believe these theories of social sciences and humanities as true which emanate from the European stables.
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This is the context in which Rights Balancing Fundraising Ethics sits. Everyone, from an individual with meager savings to firms like Apple and institutional investors like Blackstone, would have such an account.
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But what if the understanding of the caste system is unscientific? Much of the foundation of modern economics needs to be rethought because it laid the groundwork for financial recklessness and the domination of the real economy by financial markets.
What are the consequences of the vast and growing inequalities of wealth and power? The issue will explore philosophical and pedagogical reasoning behind grading shifts, as well as practical implications and best practices for implementation Submissions due: July 15, October 8: What You Can't Say in Schools Learning environments are supposed to spark discussion, but some topics can feel off-limits for the classroom.
How can schools create supportive spaces for these students, tapping into their strengths and not allowing language differences to be a barrier to learning? What alternatives can we imagine? It is also serves as a reminder that the structure of the financial system is not a byproduct of chance or market forces alone.
What ground rules and dialogue models are most helpful? Throughout the book we highlight historical and contemporary struggles to address the diverse but interconnected problems detailed here. The present social sciences simply parrot the colonial discourses, albeit with secularization of previous theological assumptions.
However, the events of September 11th are the clearest argument imaginable for the the kind of inquiry that we propose in this book: A deep global literacy must come to be seen as a basic skill in every school. Getting all staff on the same page schoolwide can seem insurmountable.
The Orientalist description is an oblique reflection on Western cultural experience, even though it appears as a description of other cultures. Changing the legal ground rules can fundamentally alter the structure of the financial system.
That fact will greatly limit its appeal to most Washington wonks. Military interventions in places as far apart as Vietnam, Guatemala, and the Congo which have discouraged alternative routes to development.
In my book, I point out that in My approach was to get on the economic trail and follow it to wherever it leads. This is possible because once the government controls the market for short-term debt, it can play a far more modest role overseeing and regulating the rest of the financial system.
Globalization is not merely an economic phenomenon; it is accompanied by a big stick that has been wielded time and again, most often by the United States, to protect wealth and privilege. One explanation of high health care spending is that it reflects the inefficiency and greed of our capitalist system, compared with the more socialized systems of other industrial countries.
One long-standing idea regarding ethical differences between cultures has been that rules of moral behaviour vary from culture to culture. A re-envisioned form of fundraising regulation could seek out the view of beneficiaries about how fundraising ought to be carried out, such as the research published by Save the Children last year.
If we conceive of donation as a transfer, our ethics ought then encompass the end-user in that transfer the beneficiary and be structured to avoid or minimise anything that harms the end-user the beneficiary and whole transfer process, rather than just the part of it that involves the donor and the giving of money, as is currently the case.
But of course we do. One may or may not agree with the truth value of the definition, but it does not change the definition of the word itself. Key questions to be examined include: How might recent findings in neuroscience inform instructional practices and lesson planning?
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