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Most recently, Shover was with retail electricity provider TXU Energy, where he managed finance, strategy and merger and acquisition matters related to TXU's commercial business.
Shover, Neal, John Lynxwiler, Stephen Groce, and Donald Clelland.
3; Michele Shover, "John Bidwell: Reluctant Indian Fighter, 1852-1856," Dogtown Territorial Quarterly (Winter 1998): 32-56; Shover, "The Politics of the 1859 Bidwell-Kibbe Campaign: Northern California Indian-Settler Conflicts of the 1850s," Dogtown Territorial Quarterly (Summer 1999): 4-39; Reports from the Senate Finance Committee, on Senate Bill No.
Georgie happens upon a car accident one day and ends up saving the life of Shover's wife, Avis.
For background on Chico's anti-Chinese movement, see Shover, supra note 78, at 223-43.
Shover, Neal, Donald Clelland, and John Lynxwiler (1986).
(15.) Murphy [1955, 160], Shover [1965], and Perkins [1969, 37-44].
"Los estados han usado los hallazgos del estudio anterior como justificacion para legalizar el cannabis medicinal", comento la investigadora principal, Chelsea Shover, investigadora postdoctoral en la Stanford.
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Shover. Political Change in California: Critical Elections and Social Movements, 1890-1966.
This conceptualization of rational choice has been extended by acknowledging that external factors can limit decision making outcomes (Cromwell & Olson, 2006; Shover & Honaker, 2006).
It is this new understanding of who one wants to be that leads to the effort to intentionally change; or, as Neal Shover put it, "This new perspective symbolizes a watershed in [offenders'] lives.