BAMER

AcronymDefinition
BAMERBlack, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee (refuge)
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Begun in 1989 as a collaborative project between the Australian Society of Music Education (ASME) and Robin Stevens (then Research Editor of The Australian Journal of Music Education), BAMER is a database of music education research studies undertaken at Australian universities or by Australian music education researchers at overseas institutions that covers the period 1936 to 2012/13.
It also offers a visual representation of its innovative use of digital technologies to unravel, map and archive the last 70 years of BAMER women's history, tracing the integration of generations of women who have worked, lived and raised families in the region.
15) BAMER is an imputed variable constructed on the basis of the full name of the black economist and the personal knowledge of the author.
If you have any queries and/or would like to enter information on your research, email the BAMER compiler/editor, Assoc.
While Shafilea's story has dominated the headlines, 'honour' based violence and forced marriages are still rare in BAMER communities.
Additions to the BAMER database with a completion date of 2012 or later are listed below:
The acquisition of BAMER will enable BAC and GE Money to continue delivering enhanced consumer credit products to the growing Central American financial services market.
As outlined in last year's report, the BAMER website includes a downloadable EndNote X3 library (as a zip file) of all entires in the BAMER database as well as downloadable EndNote 'output' styles.
The total number of entries in the BAMER database is now 587 entries.
Critical BAMers started to look for solutions outside the institutional framework.
GATT was designed to make uncoordinated free-for-all actions on raising trade bamers difficult, through "rules" and "bindings" that would govern and discourage a lapse into competitive raising of trade barriers.
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