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n.1.(Zool.) See Weasel.
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Civil-military relations concentrate on governance, infrastructure, economy, culture, humanitarian aid, gender streaming, crisis management, and rule of law (Weezel, 2011, p.
Changing organizational structures and work cultures also present challenges (Hanitzsch et al., 2010; Hanitzsch & Mellado, 2011; Mohd, 2011; Singer, 2006; van Weezel, 2009).
ERRAZURIZ, Maria Ignacia, SANTA MARIA, Maria Isabel, VAN WEEZEL, Aldo (2006): El Desafio de la calidad: serie de estudios sobre television abierta y audiencia masiva.
However, and perhaps somewhat paradoxically, knowledge of how newspaper ownership is exercised in practice and the processes through which it influences the production of news and views remains limited (Picard & van Weezel 2008).
Dutch journalists Margalith Kleijwegt and Max van Weezel recount that in a public Amsterdam school with many Muslim students, these students prepared a home-made book for their teachers as a present for Christmas.
Other researchers investigating ownership's impact or lack of impact on news content did not shed any light on this particular result (Aronoff, Ward & Kenyon, 2005; Fan, 2009; George, 2006; Griffin & Dunwoody, 1995, 1997; Picard & van Weezel, 2008).
Hang and van Weezel [6] identified 78 articles referring to both media and entrepreneurship from 1971 to 2005.
Names like Big Daddy, Giant Haystacks, Cat Weezel, Mick McManus and Jackie Pallo were as big as glam rockers, indeed the very best of the wrestlers combined the charisma of Noddy Holder with the machismo of Oliver Reed.
"We completed the rollout of Eqos sourcing for the UK based hardlines business and are now progressing with the apparel categories and other geographies," said Harm van Weezel, Tesco's commercial IT director.