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Anne of the island Anne of the island

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ebook version of Anne of the island ebook version of Anne of the island

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kind | kind | Fiction -- Canada -- 20th century | Fiction -- Canada -- 20th century | Novels -- Canada -- 20th century | Novels -- Canada -- 20th century | Juvenile literature -- Canada -- 20th century | Juvenile literature -- Canada -- 20th century | text | text | CC BY-SA | CC BY-SA

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Anne of Green Gables Anne of Green Gables

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ebook version of Anne of Green Gables ebook version of Anne of Green Gables

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kind | kind | Fiction -- Canada -- 20th century | Fiction -- Canada -- 20th century | Novels -- Canada -- 20th century | Novels -- Canada -- 20th century | Juvenile literature -- Canada -- 20th century | Juvenile literature -- Canada -- 20th century | text | text | CC BY-SA | CC BY-SA

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17.315 Comparative Health Policy (MIT) 17.315 Comparative Health Policy (MIT)

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This course examines in comparative prospective the health care policy problems facing the United States including providing adequate access to medical services for all, the control of rising health care costs, and the assurance that the quality of health care services is high and improving. It explores the market and regulatory policy options being debated politically in the United States to solve these problems and compares possible foreign models for reform including those offered by the Canadian, British, Japanese, and German systems. The course shows how the historical development of the American health care system limits greatly policy options that can be considered and creates pressures that favor a continuing emphasis on technology and structural decentralization. The course also e This course examines in comparative prospective the health care policy problems facing the United States including providing adequate access to medical services for all, the control of rising health care costs, and the assurance that the quality of health care services is high and improving. It explores the market and regulatory policy options being debated politically in the United States to solve these problems and compares possible foreign models for reform including those offered by the Canadian, British, Japanese, and German systems. The course shows how the historical development of the American health care system limits greatly policy options that can be considered and creates pressures that favor a continuing emphasis on technology and structural decentralization. The course also e

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Health care | Health care | policy | policy | United States | United States | medical services | medical services | health care costs | health care costs | markets | markets | regulatory policy | regulatory policy | Canada | Canada | Great Britian | Great Britian | Japan | Japan | Germany | Germany | technology | technology | decentralization | decentralization | health risks | health risks | comparative prospectives | comparative prospectives | access | access | reform | reform | political | political | organizational | organizational | factors | factors

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21A.441 The Conquest of America (MIT) 21A.441 The Conquest of America (MIT)

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In this course the conquest and colonization of the Americas is considered, with special attention to the struggles of native peoples in Guatemala, Canada, Brazil, Panama, and colonial New England. In two segments of the course-one devoted to the Jesuit missionization of the Huron in the 1630s, the other to struggles between the government of Panama and the Kuna between 1900 and 1925-students examine primary documents such as letters, reports, and court records, to draw their own conclusions. Attention focuses on how we know about and represent past eras and other peoples, as well as on the history of struggles between native Americans and Europeans. In this course the conquest and colonization of the Americas is considered, with special attention to the struggles of native peoples in Guatemala, Canada, Brazil, Panama, and colonial New England. In two segments of the course-one devoted to the Jesuit missionization of the Huron in the 1630s, the other to struggles between the government of Panama and the Kuna between 1900 and 1925-students examine primary documents such as letters, reports, and court records, to draw their own conclusions. Attention focuses on how we know about and represent past eras and other peoples, as well as on the history of struggles between native Americans and Europeans.

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history | history | cultural anthropology | cultural anthropology | conquest | conquest | colonization | colonization | Americas | Americas | native people | native people | Guatemala | Guatemala | Canada | Canada | Brazil | Brazil | Panama | Panama | colonial New England | colonial New England | Jesuit | Jesuit | mission | mission | Huron | Huron | seventeenth century | seventeenth century | politics | politics | Kuna | Kuna | twentieth century | twentieth century | conflict | conflict | europe | europe | indian | indian | native americans | native americans | missions | missions

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21G.346 Topics in Modern French Literature and Culture: North America Through French Eyes (MIT) 21G.346 Topics in Modern French Literature and Culture: North America Through French Eyes (MIT)

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This course offers an analysis of the keen interest shown by France and the French in North American cultures since the eighteenth century. Not only did France contribute to the construction of both Canadian and American nations but also it has constantly delineated its identity by way of praising or criticizing North American cultures. Taught in French. This course offers an analysis of the keen interest shown by France and the French in North American cultures since the eighteenth century. Not only did France contribute to the construction of both Canadian and American nations but also it has constantly delineated its identity by way of praising or criticizing North American cultures. Taught in French.

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France | France | North America | North America | Canada | Canada | United States | United States | liberalism | liberalism | entertainment | entertainment | media | media | trade | trade | cultural goods | cultural goods | transatlantic intellectual encounters | transatlantic intellectual encounters | translation | translation | Tocqueville | Tocqueville | Céline | Céline | Beauvoir | Beauvoir | Dubois | Dubois | Tati | Tati | Chomet | Chomet | anti-globalization | anti-globalization | Barack Obama | Barack Obama | Hergé | Hergé | Tintin | Tintin | de Tocqueville | de Tocqueville | de Gaulle | de Gaulle | Victor Hugo | Victor Hugo | Sarkozy | Sarkozy | Baudrillard | Baudrillard | Simone de Beauvoir | Simone de Beauvoir | Sartre | Sartre | Stuart Hall | Stuart Hall

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17.315 Comparative Health Policy (MIT) 17.315 Comparative Health Policy (MIT)

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This course examines in comparative prospective the health care policy problems facing the United States including providing adequate access to medical services for all, the control of rising health care costs, and the assurance that the quality of health care services is high and improving. It explores the market and regulatory policy options being debated politically in the United States to solve these problems and compares possible foreign models for reform including those offered by the Canadian, British, Japanese, and German systems. The course shows how the historical development of the American health care system limits greatly policy options that can be considered and creates pressures that favor a continuing emphasis on technology and structural decentralization. The course also e This course examines in comparative prospective the health care policy problems facing the United States including providing adequate access to medical services for all, the control of rising health care costs, and the assurance that the quality of health care services is high and improving. It explores the market and regulatory policy options being debated politically in the United States to solve these problems and compares possible foreign models for reform including those offered by the Canadian, British, Japanese, and German systems. The course shows how the historical development of the American health care system limits greatly policy options that can be considered and creates pressures that favor a continuing emphasis on technology and structural decentralization. The course also e

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Health care | Health care | policy | policy | United States | United States | medical services | medical services | health care costs | health care costs | markets | markets | regulatory policy | regulatory policy | Canada | Canada | Great Britian | Great Britian | Japan | Japan | Germany | Germany | technology | technology | decentralization | decentralization | health risks | health risks | comparative prospectives | comparative prospectives | access | access | reform | reform | political | political | organizational | organizational | factors | factors

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Content within individual OCW courses is (c) by the individual authors unless otherwise noted. MIT OpenCourseWare materials are licensed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology under a Creative Commons License (Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike). For further information see http://ocw.mit.edu/terms/index.htm

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17.315 Comparative Health Policy (MIT)

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This course examines in comparative prospective the health care policy problems facing the United States including providing adequate access to medical services for all, the control of rising health care costs, and the assurance that the quality of health care services is high and improving. It explores the market and regulatory policy options being debated politically in the United States to solve these problems and compares possible foreign models for reform including those offered by the Canadian, British, Japanese, and German systems. The course shows how the historical development of the American health care system limits greatly policy options that can be considered and creates pressures that favor a continuing emphasis on technology and structural decentralization. The course also e

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Health care | policy | United States | medical services | health care costs | markets | regulatory policy | Canada | Great Britian | Japan | Germany | technology | decentralization | health risks | comparative prospectives | access | reform | political | organizational | factors

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Content within individual OCW courses is (c) by the individual authors unless otherwise noted. MIT OpenCourseWare materials are licensed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology under a Creative Commons License (Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike). For further information see https://ocw.mit.edu/terms/index.htm

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21G.346 Topics in Modern French Literature and Culture: North America Through French Eyes (MIT)

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This course offers an analysis of the keen interest shown by France and the French in North American cultures since the eighteenth century. Not only did France contribute to the construction of both Canadian and American nations but also it has constantly delineated its identity by way of praising or criticizing North American cultures. Taught in French.

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France | North America | Canada | United States | liberalism | entertainment | media | trade | cultural goods | transatlantic intellectual encounters | translation | Tocqueville | line | Beauvoir | Dubois | Tati | Chomet | anti-globalization | Barack Obama | | Tintin | de Tocqueville | de Gaulle | Victor Hugo | Sarkozy | Baudrillard | Simone de Beauvoir | Sartre | Stuart Hall

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Ian Hacking, Rewriting the Soul

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Video of lecture by Jill Fellows for the "Remake/Remodel" theme

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Jill Fellows | lecture | Remake/Remodel | video | C20th | Canada | Discourse | Hacking | history | Identity | Medicine | memory | philosophy | politics | Sociology | truth

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21F.346 Topics in Modern French Literature and Culture: North America Through French Eyes (MIT)

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This course offers an analysis of the keen interest shown by France and the French in North American cultures since the eighteenth century. Not only did France contribute to the construction of both Canadian and American nations but also it has constantly delineated its identity by way of praising or criticizing North American cultures. Taught in French.

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France | North America | Canada | United States | liberalism | entertainment | media | trade | cultural goods | transatlantic intellectual encounters | translation | Tocqueville | line | Beauvoir | Dubois | Tati | Chomet | anti-globalization | Barack Obama | | Tintin | de Tocqueville | de Gaulle | Victor Hugo | Sarkozy | Baudrillard | Simone de Beauvoir | Sartre | Stuart Hall

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21A.441 The Conquest of America (MIT)

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In this course the conquest and colonization of the Americas is considered, with special attention to the struggles of native peoples in Guatemala, Canada, Brazil, Panama, and colonial New England. In two segments of the course-one devoted to the Jesuit missionization of the Huron in the 1630s, the other to struggles between the government of Panama and the Kuna between 1900 and 1925-students examine primary documents such as letters, reports, and court records, to draw their own conclusions. Attention focuses on how we know about and represent past eras and other peoples, as well as on the history of struggles between native Americans and Europeans.

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history | cultural anthropology | conquest | colonization | Americas | native people | Guatemala | Canada | Brazil | Panama | colonial New England | Jesuit | mission | Huron | seventeenth century | politics | Kuna | twentieth century | conflict | europe | indian | native americans | missions

License

Content within individual OCW courses is (c) by the individual authors unless otherwise noted. MIT OpenCourseWare materials are licensed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology under a Creative Commons License (Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike). For further information see https://ocw.mit.edu/terms/index.htm

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17.315 Comparative Health Policy (MIT)

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This course examines in comparative prospective the health care policy problems facing the United States including providing adequate access to medical services for all, the control of rising health care costs, and the assurance that the quality of health care services is high and improving. It explores the market and regulatory policy options being debated politically in the United States to solve these problems and compares possible foreign models for reform including those offered by the Canadian, British, Japanese, and German systems. The course shows how the historical development of the American health care system limits greatly policy options that can be considered and creates pressures that favor a continuing emphasis on technology and structural decentralization. The course also e

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Health care | policy | United States | medical services | health care costs | markets | regulatory policy | Canada | Great Britian | Japan | Germany | technology | decentralization | health risks | comparative prospectives | access | reform | political | organizational | factors

License

Content within individual OCW courses is (c) by the individual authors unless otherwise noted. MIT OpenCourseWare materials are licensed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology under a Creative Commons License (Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike). For further information see https://ocw.mit.edu/terms/index.htm

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