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Reinventing the Common
Routledge Q&As give you the tools to practice and refine your exam technique, showing you how to apply your knowledge to maximum effect in an exam situation. Each book contains up to fifty essay and problem-based questions on the most commonly examined topics, complete with expert guidance and fully worked model answers. These new editions for 2013-2014 will provide you with the skills you need for your exams by: Helping you to be prepared: each title in the series has an introduction presenting carefully tailored advice on how to approach assessment for your subject Showing you what examiners are looking for: each question is annotated with both a short overview on how to approach your answer, as well as footnoted commentary that demonstrate how model answers meet marking criteria...
Across Australia, farmers and rural communities are seeking ways to salvage ailing land and struggling communities. Many farms are too small to be economically viable and region's environmental issues cannot usually be resolved within a single farm's boundaries. This book suggests a potential solution, a possible means of achieving better land care, more sustainable and profitable production, and greater community. It argues that common property resource systems, where neighbouring landowners make decisions together to manage their land as a common region, should be set up, and shows how this can be done. The authors, a scientist and specialist property lawyers, explain how the old idea of "commons" works and how it fits into modern Australian real property law. They recount the...
Runner’s Tribe – New South Welshmen, Ed Goddard has been going from strength to strength this year. The Nick Bromley & Nic Bideau coached Melbourne Track Club athlete took 8th Place at World University Cross Country, PB’d and took 3rd place over a strong field in the Gold Coast half marathon with 1:04:07, finished 3rd at the Australian Cross... I first got into running in year 6, after placing 5th in the school cross country. I played representative level cricket all the way up until finishing school which was slowly replaced by running, I liked how selection was based upon results and form. The improvement was slow but I worked my way through the state system before nationals in year 11, up to where I am now. Mum ran 2 half marathons when I was in year 7 and in many ways i feel like she lead me into the sport. You’ve just been selected on the Aussie team for the inaugural Commonwealth Half Marathon Championships, to be held in Cardiff, Wales early next month. It’s really exciting to be racing in Cardiff. After initially hearing rumours of the event a few hours after racing the Gold Coast Half Marathon it’s was a long time coming before I received the selection news. I’ve worked really hard over the season with longer term fitness and prosperity in mind so it will be a really good way to end this season’s chapter and put a good result on the board. Not looking too far ahead but do you have a target time in mind with your current PB being 1:04:07. I definitely have goals in mind for each event, and I have been planning incremental performance goals for a few years now. I’d obviously love to run under 64 as soon as I have the opportunity to, but I feel running 2:59km pace for the half marathon would be the next big step forward to run 62 minutes high. Having guys like Jack Rayner a few years older shows the steps of progression which I would like to follow myself, although I definitely have longer term goals and focus more on progression rather than instant results. I was pretty happy with my race at Maleny and enjoyed the race a lot. The course was definitely the main challenge and featured no flat sections bringing in an element which you don’t face in races very often. In hindsight I can’t put my finger on any particular strategy I would change, the race was controlled by Andy Buchanan and all the credit has to go to how he ran on the day. To medal at National Cross Country in my first two years of opens is a good reflection that things are going in the right direction. You’ve been going from strength to strength this year, knocking out PB’s having multiple podium finishes at top Aussie races. Is this a result of a long stretch of consistent training under the guidance of your coaches Nick Bromley & Nic Bideau. Have you amped up the sessions this year, or has anything in particular changed. This year has definitely been a breakthrough compared to where I was at before, which I feel is the culmination of a few key elements which I have implemented and is reflected that my Gold Coast half marathon split was the exact same time I ran in... Firstly, I have been a lot more process driven with my training and I’ve made sure I am getting the most out of each session and the key philosophies behind them. I understand my body more and and am constantly learning, and just enjoying running for everything it brings. I have also developed a lot stronger relationship with both Nick in Sydney, and Nic in Melbourne and I feel like the communication gives a greater peace of mind and clarity with training and racing. I have also been very consistent with my training over the past 18 months, which has allowed me to alter my training to match what was required for the end goal, as well as to physiologically adapt to the sessions. I have also never been injured or missed a session which I feel reflects a gradual and structured training plan since I started running. Sessions have definitely increased in a structured manner to cater for improvements as is expected with progressive overload but nothing drastic.
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