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One within the "Thinkers" sequence for Key level 1 young ones, this name has been written to motivate kids to determine complicated yet prevalent events from a couple of viewpoints. The tales include thought-provoking real-life events and questions to be used either through mom and dad in addition to academics.
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For an excellent treatment of computer panics see Calcutt, A. (1995) ‘Com puter Pom Panic - Fear and Control in Cyberspace’, Futures, vol. 27. Also see Faucette, J. F. (1995) ‘The Freedom o f Speech at Risk in Cyberspace’, Duke Law Journal, vol. 44, no. 6. 23. See Hammond, R . (1996) ‘Internet Users Risk Addiction to Computers’, The Sunday Times, 9 June. 24. Labour Party (1995) Peace at Home (London: Labour Party), p. 4. 25. O n this subject, see the interesting work o f Mary Douglas (1992). 26.
26 The link between pollutants and falling sperm counts required no elaboration —it was established a priori. Yet there is little proof of the connection between environmental pollution and falling sperm counts. Indeed, the very meaning of the ‘facts’ is open to question. It has still not been established whether sperm counts are falling, and we are even less certain whether such a fall has any significance. Along with the popular media, Nature simply assumed that this ‘insidious threat’ represented a significant risk to society.
1-2, p. 133. 22. See Business Week, 27 February 1995. For an excellent treatment of computer panics see Calcutt, A. (1995) ‘Com puter Pom Panic - Fear and Control in Cyberspace’, Futures, vol. 27. Also see Faucette, J. F. (1995) ‘The Freedom o f Speech at Risk in Cyberspace’, Duke Law Journal, vol. 44, no. 6. 23. See Hammond, R . (1996) ‘Internet Users Risk Addiction to Computers’, The Sunday Times, 9 June. 24. Labour Party (1995) Peace at Home (London: Labour Party), p. 4. 25. O n this subject, see the interesting work o f Mary Douglas (1992).