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(Feb 10, 2020). Passion Isn’t Enough: The Rise Of ‘Political Hobbyism’ in the United States (Links to an external site.). Hidden Brain from NPR. A 52 min podcast on the difference between how we practice politics today, and how political power actually works.

(Sep 20, 2021). Group Think (Links to an external site.). Hidden Brain from NPR. A 50 min podcast about the ways that group loyalties shape our choices.

Spade, Dean (2020). Mutual Aid : Building Solidarity During This Crisis (and the Next) (Links to an external site.), excerpts from Part I (What is Mutual Aid 11-12, Three Key Elements of Mutual Aid 13-20, Solidarity not Charity 21-26, and We Get More When We Demand More 27-34). Link to the library copy. Or buy the book here (Links to an external site.) (about $14).

(March 20, 2020). Solidarity Not Charity: Mutual Aid & How to Organize in the Age of Coronavirus (Links to an external site.). Democracy Now! A 13 min television news interview segment with Dr Spade about mutual aid during the coronavirus pandemic.

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ee) in order to increase the degree of independency and objectivity to the internal auditors. B. Necessity of the presence of a federation (or union) for the internal auditors in order to reduce the pressures of management on the internal auditor in such a way to support his independency. 5. Study of Beshir Mohamed Ashour and Gamil Mohamed Khalat: This study was presented to the first conference on the internal control, reality and horizons on 22-24/2/2005 in order to realize the objective of identifying the percentage of high managements in the Libyan companies which do not pay attention to the function of internal auditing. This study targeted the Libyan companies under the public sector and reached a result to the effect that most of the high managements (or administrations) in the companies object of the study are not concerned with providing the basic constituents for the function of internal auditing. 6. Study of Osama Saleh Mohamed Ben Yousef (2008): This study has targeted the identification of the function raised by the thought of auditing and what is required to be undertaking by the internal auditing in the auspices of available circumstances and the reasons that prevent the internal auditor and hinder his accomplishment of such functions taken by him. The field study in the sector of the Libyan industry indicated that in view of the hugeness and enlargement of the tasks and responsibilities required by the department of internal auditing before the limited abilities and potentialities, it becomes difficult for it to undertake all the new tasks and responsibilities, including (the management and analysis of risks and the operating, functional consulting auditing), which leads to the presence of a gap in expectations in the internal auditing. The study recommended the necessity to constitute auditing committees in the Libyan economic units in order to guarantee the full independency of the management of internal auditing and establishment of a professional organization for the internal auditors in Libya in addition to training them for the sake of promoting their skills. It also recommended to carry out future studies in the new functions of internal auditing including the function of risks analysis. 7. Study of Abdelmaged Altaeb Shaaban and Emad Ali Sweih: This study targeted the making of comparison between what is included in the Libyan Law with regards to the control committees with the legislations of other countries concerning the auditing committees. The study has hence indicated that the control committees look alike in their notion with the auditing committees. Yet, there is a great missing space in the specializations of the control committees, the matter that necessitates the expansion of the circle of specialties thereof and their communications lines and relationships with the other parties of governance (inter

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