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A Framework for Evaluating the Impact of Construction Research and Development on University, Construction Industry, and GovernmentDownload
Research and development (R&D) partnerships among universities, industries, and government agencies involve investigative activities that may result in new discoveries and innovations. While R&D partnerships are critical for the technological advancement of the construction industry, they require...
Connected citizenry: An exploration of local government social media adoption for community engagementDownload
As social media becomes an increasing part of daily life, we may wonder why this virtual environment has not been used widely for community engagement activities by municipal government institutions. Information and communication technologies (ICT’s) offer the opportunity to expand interactions...
Introduction The general rule in contracts is that a plaintiff is not entitled to general damages for mental distress and other intangibles such as annoyance, humiliation, upset, disappointment, frustration, anguish, or anxiety in the face of breach. There are a number of reasons why this is so...
Canada’s federal privacy legislation does not include a definition or explanation of the word ‘privacy’, yet an understanding of the meaning of ‘privacy’ is essential to understanding how much or how little privacy to expect in terms of the protections afforded within the law. The purpose of this...
The objective of this thesis study is to identify factors that influence Alberta food processors' food safety decisions. Data for this study were collected in a 2008 survey of Alberta food processors. It is hypothesized that pressures from government, industry, and consumers influence...
Governing Elizabethan Ireland: Representations of Colonial Administration in Holinshed, Spenser, and ShakespeareDownload
Traditionally, literary studies on early modern Anglo-Irish relations are largely rooted in the analysis of cultural and national differences between the English and native Irish. My dissertation questions the limitations of taking this line of interpretation, which has produced a genre that pits...
Managing carbon in times of political change: The rise and fall of the New Zealand Carbon Neutral Public Service programDownload
The New Zealand (NZ) government, under Prime Minister Helen Clark’s Labour-led administration, sought in 2007 to move government core organisa- tions towards carbon neutrality. In late 2008, the NZ government changed from a Labour-led to a National-led (traditionally more conservative)...
Session: Alberta Government Support for eService
Three papers: 1. The Alberta SuperNet: What Does it Mean to Rural Business Communities? PRESENTER: Amanda Williams, University of Calgary. COAUTHORS: Prof. Cooper H Langford; Dr. Stelvia Matos. 2.The Role of Community in the Evaluation Phase of Innovation Adoption Process: The Case of Rural Urban...