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self-reversal

Overview page. Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

The ability of certain ferromagnetic materials to acquire a thermal remanence in the opposite direction to the ambient magnetic field. Usually this requires the interaction of two or more...

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Fear Itself

Philip Auerswald.

in The Coming Prosperity

April 2012; p ublished online April 2015 .

Chapter. Subjects: Innovation. 6092 words.

This chapter describes prosperity on a global scale with focus on the political narrative in the United States. It illustrates significant narratives of domestic doom that relate to...

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Bonneville Power

Jeremiah D. Lambert.

in The Power Brokers

September 2015; p ublished online May 2016 .

Chapter. Subjects: Business History. 13238 words.

TVA was not the only public power vehicle sponsored by President Roosevelt. He sought to replicate the TVA concept elsewhere, including the Pacific Northwest, where he wanted to harness the...

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Blackwell, Henry Browne

Debra Viles.

in American National Biography Online

January 1999; p ublished online February 2000 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Social and Cultural History; Society and Culture; Journalism; Business and Management. 1699 words.

Blackwell, Henry Browne (04 May 1825–07 September 1909), social reformer, editor, and entrepreneur, was born in Bristol, England, the son of Samuel Blackwell, a sugar refiner and...

MEASURING THE THIRD-PERSON EFFECT OF NEWS: THE IMPACT OF QUESTION ORDER, CONTRAST AND KNOWLEDGE

Vincent Price and David Tewksbury.

in International Journal of Public Opinion Research

January 1996 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Communication Studies; Marketing; Media and Communication; Political Behaviour; Social Research and Statistics. 0 words.

This study investigated the extent to which the third-person effect—the tendency of people to estimate greater impact of media messages on ‘other people’ than on themselves—might depend...

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