Grace under pressure
Professor of Law at Columbia University, Patricia Williams is the BBC's 1997 Reith lecturer. Williams is to discuss the subject of 'the persistence of prejudice' for the European Year against Racism. Since her arrival in the UK, Williams has received a barrage of less than favourable press, led by the 'Daily Mail' newspaper, which described her as a 'militant black feminist who thinks all whites are racist'.
Publication Name: Times Higher Education Supplement
Keep the pressure on
US economic development depends on workforce education and training, but budget crises are a problem in vocational education. Block grants are inadequate for providing the required educational reforms.Improvement in relationships between the public and private sectors are one way to develop new training programs. Vocational educators must work to increase public funding of their programs.
Publication Name: The Vocational Education Journal
Too many products: can the consumer keep up?
Having too many products in the market is disadvantageous to both manufacturers and consumers since consumers will not be able to support all products. However, consumers will continue to accept new products that are beneficial and answer their needs.
Publication Name: Current
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