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My name is Dr. Seema Patel. I’m a Senior Lecturer in Law here at Nottingham Trent University. I teach on the undergraduate and the postgraduate courses. And I’m also involved in PhD supervision. In terms of research, I have a PhD in sports law, particularly inclusion and exclusion in competitive sports. I’m an active researcher.

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– [Instructor] In many videos already, we have talked about our three branches of government in the United States, but what we’re going to do in this video is focus a little bit more on the judicial branch. As we’ve talked about, the judicial branch’s main goal is to be the final authority on the

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Economic and social changes have occurred concurrently with expansion of sovereign governments as they attempt to redefine their roles. “Have governments changed in their basic purpose? It has always been that the business of government is to promote the happiness of the society by punishing and rewarding.” “I agree. The first duty of government is

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Announcer: From the nation’s capital, “Washington Debates for the ’70s,” a series of programs designed to bring together for an open exchange of views and opinions, outstanding authorities on vital issues facing the world of the ’70s. The topic, Watergate, the courts and impeachment. What is an impeachable offense? What is the reach of the

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While a desire to protect the environment is at the heart of environmental law that desire can be seen right across populations in countries.That’s because the environmental law is not just about valuing the environment but protecting it so we as populations live within the carrying capacity of the earth. A better way to think

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Translator: Ivana Krivokuća Reviewer: Peter van de Ven Kia ora koutou. It’s a really great pleasure for me to talk to you tonight about how we are governed, about constitutional change. We are one of the world’s oldest democracies, but I think we need some democratic renewal. I came to this university, the very university

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– [Voiceover] Up to now we’ve talked about resistors and capacitors and other components, and we’ve connected them up and learned about Ohm’s law, for resistors, and we’ve also learned some things about series resistors, like we show here. The idea of Kirchhoff’s Laws, these are basically common sense laws that we can derive from

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– So, right over here depicted a square loop of a conductor. Let’s say it’s a wire and it’s stationary and it’s sitting in a magnetic field. And I’ve drawn a few vectors that represent the magnetic field and you can see at least on the surface that is defined or that is contoured by

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*Fancy music* “Hooooooly smokes!” Christopher Columbus! That is no way to address the King and Queen of Spain! What is wrong with you?” “Ok. Ok!” “So you know how we’re looking for a new trade route to India, right?” “Right” “And the earth is round, right?” “Right.” “So I’m thinking we can just sail the

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– This is Constitution Day. And welcome. Why are we here? Well, what is Constitution Day? Pretty obvious question. But it commemorates the formation and signing of the United States Constitution by the Founding Fathers this very day in 1787. And it also is aimed at recognizing those people who are born in the United

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