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Interest Groups I: Professor Tannahill's Lecture of February 9, 2017

Interest Groups I

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What Economists Believe

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Types of Interest Groups: Professor Tannahill's Lecture of October 6, 2016

Types of Interest Groups

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5th Mobile Learning Symposium Keynote

The 5th Mobile Learning Symposium was held on Thursday, April 16, 2015 at HCC Southeast Eastside campus. The theme of the symposium was Mobile Learning: What is trending? Dr. Rudy Soliz, Interim…

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George Ritzer

George Ritzer is a Distinguished University Professor at the University of Maryland. He has chaired four Sections of the American Sociological Association-Theoretical Sociology, Organizations and…

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