Kluver

Klü·ver

(klē'vĕr),
Heinrich, German-born U.S. neurologist, 1897-1975. See: Klüver-Barrera Luxol fast blue stain, Klüver-Bucy syndrome.
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Critique: Collaborative compiled and co-edited by Ashley Esarey (Professor of Political Science and East Asian Studies, University of Alberta) and Randolph Kluver (Associate Professor, Department of Communications, Texas A&M University), "The Internet in China: Cultural, Political, and Social Dimensions, 1980s" is impressively presented in both scope and detail.
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2002), Prospects Constitutionalism in Post-Communist Countries, Dordrecht: Kluver Law International
Eikenberry and Kluver (2004) noted that the traditional values of "fostering democratic accountability, citizenship and collective action for the public interest" have lost resonance in the current institutional environment.
Heinrich Kluver (1942) outlined 13 conditions (including drug administration) under which entoptic phenomena can be generated.
Garcia JR, Krause A, Schulz S, Rodriguez-Jimenez FJ, Kluver E, Adermann K, et al.
21) Han Woo Park, Mike Thelwall, and Randolph Kluver, "Political Hyperlinking in South Korea: Technical Indicators of Ideology and Content," Sociological Research Online 10, no.
KLUVER, Calya Legacy Crows Nest, 2011 (US 2009) 462pp $19.
Kluver and Chen (2008) evaluate the possibility of spiritual experiences online by conducting a virtual ethnography and interviews with participants in Church of Fools and St.