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Maintaining trust
Heidi Mertes

stem cell research from patentability. References Baltimore, D., Berg, P., and Botchan, M. et al. (2015) ‘A prudent path forward for genomic engineering and germline gene modification’, Science, 348.6230: 36–8. de Lacey, S. (2006), ‘Embryo research: is disclosing commercial intent enough?’, Human Reproduction, 21.7: 1662–7. Deglincerti, A., Croft, G. F., and Pietila, L. N. et al. (2016), ‘Self-organization of the in vitro attached human embryo’, Nature, 533: 251–4. Devolder, K. (2012) ‘Against the discarded–created distinction in embryonic stem cell research’, in M

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Environmental managerialism and golf’s conspicuous exemption
Brad Millington and Brian Wilson

architecture of populist governing takes the form of stakeholder participation or forms of participatory governance that operates beyond the state and permits a form of self-management, self-organization and controlled self-disciplining (see Dean, 1999 ; Lemke, 1999 ), under the aegis of a non-disputed liberal-capitalist order . ( Swyngedouw , 2010 : 223 emphasis added) For example, that new golf courses might be built in Ontario in the name

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