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James B. Duke Professor of Psychology & Behavioral Economics at Duke University and columnist for The Wall Street Journal

One must know about Dan Ariely's work! see his TED talk: Our Buggy Moral Code. and his webpage.

 

This is an excerpt from an interview he did with...

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Ethical Reasoning: Institutional Corruption was a course held from January 28, 2014 through May 26, 2014 at Harvard College.  It was taught by Lawrence Lessig (Law School) and William E. English.  The course consisted of 26 lectures and accompanying materials.

Course description: 

Institutions make modern life possible by organizing human interactions on a massive scale. We generally benefit from the incentives,...

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Francesca Gino, Bidhan (Bobby) Parmar and Julia Lee

To build on the gains made in recent years, ethics training will have to accomplish several goals.  First, ethics training needs to focus on unleashing participants’ intrinsic...

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This page demonstrates how various markup on drupal.org looks.

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Drupal modules define themeable functions which can be overridden by the theme file. Users can belong to more than one role.

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They often contain lists of nodes or other navigational content and are frequently placed in the left or right regions of a page. From Drupal 6, the weight field is adjusted dynamically using a drag-and-drop interface.

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Huffington Post on the Tallahassee referendum
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Huffington Post article on the 11/4 referendum...

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/11/04/tallahassee-anti-corruption_n_6...

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While you may not see much change yet, we have a whole lot more tricks up our sleeves now !
We have a Core that is running the latest Drupal code (Version 7) which will allow us to make many cool changes in the future without too much effort.

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