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  • Beehive society: a new concept for observation of China’s ...

    2018-10-12 · The theoretical resource and scientific basis of the proposal of the new concept of “umbrella society” and “beehive society” are three economic types by Karl Polanyi (1944),1 the pattern of different sequence by Fei Xiaotong (1948),2 vertical society by Nakane (1994),3 network analyze theory by Granovetter (1973),4 market transform-

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  • Beehive society: a new concept for observation of

    2018-10-11 · The new concept of “Beehive Society” proposed here is corresponding to the term “umbrella society” that was put forward by the author in 2014. This article analyzes basic structure and functions of five types of “beehives” from two categories through two perspectives of employment and management, including chain type, net type beehives of employees, and family, value chain, native ...

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    Beehive society: a new concept for observation of China’s social-economic transformation December 2018 International Journal of Anthropology and Ethnology 2(1)

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    JMHO of the Pasaca/Innova/QMC relationship, maybe explaining what going on here with the new hires. Beehive society: a new concept for observation of China’s social-economic transformation

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    2020-10-27 · It is a long story but I’ll cut it short. Even while Mwalimu [Swahili for “teacher;” how Nyerere is generally referred to in Tanzania] was still alive, I used to say half-jocularly that when the philosopher-king ceases to be a king—meaning he has left power—I’d like to do his biography. It never came to pass. Meanwhile, Mwalimu passed on in 1999.

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    2020-10-9 · The United Republic of Tanzania will hold general elections on Sunday, October 25, 2015. Who are citizens voting for on Election Day? Voters will select a new President, and cast ballots for 239 members of the Bunge (the unicameral National Assembly) and numerous local offices. This election will be Tanzania’s fifth general election following the

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    2021-4-10 · Horizontal top-bar hive. A top-bar hive is a single-story frameless beehive in which the comb hangs from removable bars. The bars form a continuous roof over the comb, whereas the frames in most current hives allow space for bees to move up or down between boxes. Hives that have frames or that use honey chambers in summer but which use similar ...

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  • Tanzania - data4sdgs.org

    2021-6-4 · The Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data supports country partners at the national and sub-national levels in Tanzania to develop and implement whole-of-government, multi-stakeholder data roadmaps for sustainable development. The Tanzania Data Lab is a data science hub in Dar es Salaam that has come out of a partnership between the Millennium Challenge Corporation …

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  • Elections in the United Republic of Tanzania - IFES

    2020-10-9 · The United Republic of Tanzania will hold general elections on Sunday, October 25, 2015. Who are citizens voting for on Election Day? Voters will select a new President, and cast ballots for 239 members of the Bunge (the unicameral National Assembly) and numerous local offices. This election will be Tanzania’s fifth general election following the

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  • The green economy in Tanzania: From global

    2017-11-1 · 1. Introduction. Since 2012, the ‘green economy’ has been presented as a framework for climate mitigation, a new, ‘green’ driver for economic growth, and a tool for poverty alleviation.The overall aim is to function as a catalyst towards the achievement of sustainable development (United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), 2011).While there is a growing amount of research discussing ...

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  • Beehives through the ages: from baskets to a Bee

    1. Beehive in the shape of a Madonna’s head; Heidermadona warded off the ‘evil eye’ and ensured good harvests in the beehives of Lüneburg, Germany 2. Single frame observation hive, 19th ...

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  • 'Workhood'-a useful concept for the analysis of

    2012-3-8 · Methods. Case studies were conducted in four Reproductive-and-Child-Health (RCH) clinics in the Kilombero Valley, south-eastern Tanzania, using different qualitative methods such as participant observation, informal discussions and in-depth interviews to explore the relevance of the different types of workhood resources for effective health service delivery.

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    2021-2-10 · Pepper (Piper nigrum L.) is among key spice crops grown in Morogoro district of Tanzania. Most of the pepper types grown in the district are only known by their local names as Babu kubwa, Babu ndogo, Babu kati and Ismailia. This may limit information on germplasm collection or genetic resource for plant improvement and trade in markets with variety specifications.

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  • The Influence of Language Policy in Education on ...

    2018-6-17 · Classroom observation and clinical interviews were conducted with ... founded usually on the ills of the society. While I recognise the importance of the context in which the policy will operate, it is important that ... (1962, p. 167) states that ‘the birth of a new concept is invariably foreshadowed by a more or less strained or extended ...

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  • BeePi: A Multisensor Electronic Beehive Monitor by ...

    2019-6-14 · BeePi is a multisensor electronic beehive monitor all of whose components fit in a standard Langstroth box that thousands of beekeepers use worldwide. The monitor consists of a credit card size raspberry pi computer, a camera, a waterproof temperature sensor, a battery, a hardware clock, and a breadboard for sensor integration.

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  • Tanzania - data4sdgs.org

    2021-6-4 · The Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data supports country partners at the national and sub-national levels in Tanzania to develop and implement whole-of-government, multi-stakeholder data roadmaps for sustainable development. The Tanzania Data Lab is a data science hub in Dar es Salaam that has come out of a partnership between the Millennium Challenge Corporation …

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  • Beehives through the ages: from baskets to a Bee

    1. Beehive in the shape of a Madonna’s head; Heidermadona warded off the ‘evil eye’ and ensured good harvests in the beehives of Lüneburg, Germany 2. Single frame observation hive, 19th ...

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  • India Beehive Fences - Elephants & Bees

    Karnataka: The Wildlife Research Conservation Society (WRCS) has introduced the concept of Community Based Conflict Management (CBCM) as a solution to HEC that empowers the local communities in the North Canara District of Karnataka, to take responsibility by using effective guarding methods to reduce crop loss whilst simultaneously protect and conserve the remaining wild elephants.

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    Architecture idea and vision competitions provide a unique opportunity to explore concepts between building and landscape in a more speculative context, and they can be a very effective way to allow younger architects and interns the chance to immediately impact the design process.' 1st prize winners.

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    It emphasizes that the 63 Mukaranga Daudi R, Forms and Reforms of Constitution-Making with Reference to Tanzania, UTAFITI [New Series) Special Issue, Vol. 4, 1998-2001: 131-150, pg. 138. 64 Mukaranga Daudi R, Forms and Reforms of Constitution-Making with Reference to Tanzania, UTAFITI [New Series) Special Issue, Vol. 4, 1998-2001: 131-150, pg ...

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    2019-6-14 · BeePi is a multisensor electronic beehive monitor all of whose components fit in a standard Langstroth box that thousands of beekeepers use worldwide. The monitor consists of a credit card size raspberry pi computer, a camera, a waterproof temperature sensor, a battery, a hardware clock, and a breadboard for sensor integration.

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    2020-4-6 · Precipitation and temperature trends have a direct influence on the management of water resources. Various studies indicate that the changing patterns of precipitation have a direct impact on the catchments (Jones et al. 2015).Various studies report a considerable attention on rainfall and temperature variability related to the water resources.

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    the concept of measurement, reporting, and verification (MRV) for REDD+ has become institutionalized in terms of new policy discourses, actors, resources, and rules in Indonesia, Peru, and Tanzania. To do so, we draw on discursive institutionalism and the

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    Transparency in the workplace can be an essential part of building trust, says Vineet Nayar, the author of 'Employees First, Customers Second: Turning Conventional Management Upside Down.' In the latest from our series on must-read books for HR Leaders, Nayar suggests that the foundation of strong financial and employee performance begins with employee trust.

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    2014-10-8 · Every society has its own knowledge assets. it is therefore necessary to work towards connecting the forms of knowledge that societies already possess and the new forms of development, acquisition and sharing of knowledge. indeed, sciences and technologies have created enormous new potential for information and

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  • Science and Technologies - UNESCO

    2021-5-21 · contemporary society but maintain that these values be critically assessed, and those found to be inimical to the well-being and holistic development of the society, be discarded. In this way, African culture and values can be revaluated, their relevance established and sustained in order to give credence to authentic African identity. INTRODUCTION

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  • AFRICAN CULTURE AND VALUES - SciELO

    2018-7-20 · This study examines pastoralists’ perception on climate change and impacts on cattle production from ten study villages of Monduli District in Tanzania. This study drew empirical data from 130 cattle owners and 81 participants from focus group discussions in the study villages. Descriptive statistics and thematic analysis were used to analyze the data respectively.

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  • Climate change perception and impacts on cattle

    2018-6-17 · Classroom observation and clinical interviews were conducted with ... founded usually on the ills of the society. While I recognise the importance of the context in which the policy will operate, it is important that ... (1962, p. 167) states that ‘the birth of a new concept is invariably foreshadowed by a more or less strained or extended ...

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  • The Influence of Language Policy in Education on ...

    2021-4-7 · Case Study Library. Showcasing the tangible results of the work being conducted by service designers across the globe is a great way to highlight best practices, inspire like-minded creatives and promote the contributions our industry is making to society every day.

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    2018-10-2 · opinions towards several subjects such as social relations, society and politics. A family creates first perceptions about brands or products and consumer habits. (Kotler&Armstrong 2010, p. 169; Khan 2006, p. 68.) For example, the consumers who have …

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    2021-6-4 · 7 - NEW PRODUCT CONCEPT ANALYSIS SURVEYS: Appropriate in the initial screening of new product concepts. Likes and dislikes, acceptability and likelihood of purchase are especially useful measures. 8 - NEW PRODUCT ACCEPTANCE AND DEMAND SURVEYS (CONJOINT ANALYSIS): Estimating demand for new product descriptions, graphics, or prototypes.

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  • The beehive as a functional, identity-creating concept

    2021-4-21 · Experimentation, technology and dynamism are the hallmarks of Lombardini22’s design for the new headquarters of EY in Rome. The multinational consultancy firm has moved into the capital’s business district, in a space with 900 workstations on a floor area of 18,000 sq. m consisting of nine floors above ground plus three basement levels.

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  • The best defense is a good bee-fence

    2015-9-23 · The best defense is a good bee-fence. Beehive fences, a technology developed by Dr. Lucy King, is now in use in Botswana, Mozambique, Tanzania, Uganda, …

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  • AFRICAN CULTURE AND VALUES - SciELO

    2021-5-21 · contemporary society but maintain that these values be critically assessed, and those found to be inimical to the well-being and holistic development of the society, be discarded. In this way, African culture and values can be revaluated, their relevance established and sustained in order to give credence to authentic African identity. INTRODUCTION

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    2015-8-18 · parallel market and so on. In Tanzania it is called maaendo or sometimes,.ulanguzi. It is thus recognized as not being a new phenomenon in many societies, but has no definitive definition or taxonomy. (Alessandrini and Dallago, 1987; Gaertner and Wenig, 1983; De Granzia, 1984) . The informal sector has also been termed 'The non-farm

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  • RURAL WOMEN, INFORMAL SECTOR AND HOUSEHOLD

    tions – Biodiversity Observation Network (GEO BON) was launched in 2008, and the hope is that GEO BON will eventually coordinate a functioning global biodiver-sity observing system. In 2012, a GEO BON workshop developed the basic concept of essential biodiversity vari-ables (EBVs) and proposed an initial list of candidates (Pereira et al. 2013).

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    2019-8-26 · Proponents of this concept state that all animals and plants establish symbiotic relationships with microorganisms, which are transmitted between generations and affect the fitness of the holobiont within its environment, thus leading to a type of superorganism and a new unit of selection in evolution (Zilber-Rosenberg and Rosenberg, 2008 ...

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    2014-10-8 · Every society has its own knowledge assets. it is therefore necessary to work towards connecting the forms of knowledge that societies already possess and the new forms of development, acquisition and sharing of knowledge. indeed, sciences and technologies have created enormous new potential for information and

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  • Science and Technologies - UNESCO

    2012-3-8 · International debates on improving health system performance and quality of care are strongly coined by systems thinking. There is a surprising lack of attention to the human (worker) elements. Although the central role of health workers within the health system has increasingly been acknowledged, there are hardly studies that analyze performance and quality of care from an individual perspective.

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  • 'Workhood'-a useful concept for the analysis of

    As we close the 13th issue of Ecology and Society and approach a new year, we’ll step out on a limb and speculate about our collective future. But first we present the observations about our current global situation that form the basis of such speculation. The first observation is the continued increase in human dominance of global systems.

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