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Aboraya, Yasser ( 2017-06-06 )
This research explores the soundness of the classical rentier state theory in analyzing oil reliant states considering oil price fluctuations and their outcomes on rentier cases. Ever since its discovery, oil has played a.
Elkharadly, Nihal ( 2017-06-06 )
This research aims at examining the usage of fear appeal in public service announcements (PSAs) of different topics across different countries. The study uses a purposive sample of audio/visual advertisements that tackles.
American University in Cairo. Office of the President ( 2017-06-06 )
1968 mid-year report