The Etruscans remain one of Western Europe’s most enigmatic people. Where they came from is uncertain. Herodotus believed they were from Lydia. Dionysius of Halicarnassus argued they were indigenous to Tuscany. This overview sets out the models of causation used to explain their origins and incorporates the findings of recent DNA studies.
This fourth issue of 2012 features articles from internationally recognized legal scholars, and extensive research in Comments authored by University of Chicago Law School students. Authors include Aaron-Andrew Bruhl & Ethan Leib; Adam Cox & Eric Posner; Micah Schwartzman; and Saul Levmore. Topics include Elected Judges and Statutory Interpretation; Delegation in Immigration Law; and religion.
Smelser's much-referenced collection of writings on issues of sociological theory and practice--by one of the world's leading social scientists of the past half-century. This informative book is now republished in the Classics of the Social Sciences Series from Quid Pro Books. Quality ebook formatting includes active TOC, linked chapter endnotes, and legible graphs and images from the original.
Links play a vital role in the patterns of development. These involve projects and programs in different areas, at different times, done by different players. Development processes will benefit if these critical but often overlooked links are better connected and recognized.