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ANTHROPAnthropological
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Journal of Anthrop Med, 1992, 9, 2,1-14; with permission: Physicians' Association for Anthroposophical Medicine)
In a Washington DC-based Cato Institute study, DC, entitled: Hydrogen's Empty Environmental Promise, Professor Donald Anthrop of the Department of Environmental studies at San Jose State University, argues that converting to hydrogen-powered fuel cells would nearly double net energy consumption and net greenhouse gas emissions.
Studies on role conflict and female student-athletes found that role conflict was perceived and experienced in high school and college female athletes (Anthrop and Allison, 1983; Sage and Loudermilk, 1979).
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In her lecture she said that it is evident that global problems of the modern world are of an ideological character and their solution is beyond the limits of the beliefs of anthropocentrism, anthropomorphism and anthrop mechanism.
Anthrop and Allison (1983) found that high school female athletes had little problem adjusting to the dual roles of female and athlete, although conflict arising from external sources remained high.
Anthrop is still wholesale nhl jerseys a limited athlete and short on length .