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CRISESCritical Research Institute for Social and Environmental Sciences
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There came one of those hysterical crises that had so often dismayed him.
The growing competition among the bourgeois, and the resulting commercial crises, make the wages of the workers ever more fluctuating.
Come, dear, let's just talk it over sensibly, as we might talk over any other of the great crises of life.
In a drama, and to some extent in other forms of narrative, dramatic power culminates in the ability to bring out the great crises with supreme effectiveness.
Each new fact in his private experience flashes a light on what great bodies of men have done, and the crises of his life refer to national crises.
It is part of the general irony of things that in life's crises a man's good qualities are often the ones that help him least, if indeed they do not actually turn treacherously and fight against him.
Three nails driven into the head commemorated as many crises in Maggie's nine years of earthly struggle; that luxury of vengeance having been suggested to her by the picture of Jael destroying Sisera in the old Bible.
The report introduces a new and innovative resilience framework to gauge the impact of the recent crises (e.
Given the frequency and rapid communication of crises today, a reactive strategy does not suffice.
In the end, they fail to objectively find new ways to better respond to today's immediate crises.
Mapping out a single process for all crises gives your organization a place to start when an event begins.
2002) for current research was analysis of the frequency of the organisations crisis reasons or types of crises and actions for overcoming crisis.