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  • likelihood
  • In all likelihood, even if you do not currently allow your workforce to use social media, at least one of your competitors does. (forbes.com)
  • Nine of the 57 intervention group participants took the test and mailed back the test kits to receive their results, compared with two of the 55 control group members, suggesting a greater likelihood that the approach can successfully lead one to take an HIV test. (infectioncontroltoday.com)
  • In one study of older persons, J. Norburn and colleagues (1995) found that race, gender, education, place of residence, and socioeconomic status did not significantly influence the likelihood of self-care behaviors. (encyclopedia.com)
  • The Commons identifies people engaged in political discussions about the USA on Twitter and Facebook, analyzes the likelihood that they are polarized or polarizing based on their behavior, uses automation (bots) to engage with them, and organizes a network of trained conversation facilitators to follow up on automated contact. (medium.com)
  • leads
  • Understanding how altered brain function leads to social deficits could help develop novel targeted therapeutics for autism spectrum disorder," said Ghosh, such as by tuning the circuit to correct the altered activity. (elsevier.com)
  • factors
  • Aside from several nonpsychological factors capable of reducing cognition-behavior consistency, there seems to be a set of complex psychological mechanisms which intervene between action-related cognitions, such as beliefs, expectancies, values, and intentions,and the enactment of the be havior suggested by those cognitions. (abebooks.com)
  • According to Malim and Birch (1998) the social policies are the factors which regulate and govern human behaviour in areas such as sexuality and general morality. (ivoryresearch.com)
  • Three parental factors--including parental socialization, control, and warmth--were investigated in a sample of 31 two-parent families. (ed.gov)
  • 1970
  • Cannabis, a term that includes both marijuana and hash, was classified as a Schedule I drug in 1970 by the Federal Controlled Substances Act (CSA) based on opinions that it was deemed to have a high potential for abuse and no legitimate medical uses. (blogspot.com)
  • From its origins as the interdisciplinary program Arnold Binder founded in 1970, Social Ecology was accorded status as a formal academic school at UCI in 1992. (uci.edu)
  • interaction
  • The circuit incorporates brain regions involved in reward and pleasure, leading the authors to consider that social dysfunction may stem from reduced enjoyment in social interaction. (elsevier.com)
  • Rather than solely relying upon retrospective questionnaires, this study incorporated direct observation and a Daily Activity Log to assess the qualities of social interaction. (ed.gov)
  • Definitions
  • This anthology contains readings on the history and definitions of delinquency, the observation and measurement of delinquency, the distribution and correlates of delinquency, the interdependence of theory and practice in understanding what causes delinquency and how to control it, and juvenile justice reform. (ncjrs.gov)
  • Authors of distinctive definitions of Social Ecology are Daniel Stokols, Thomas Crawford, Dave Taylor and Valerie Jenness. (uci.edu)
  • For example: societies may establish laws providing new definitions for marriage or protecting a range of expressions and behavior associated with gender identity. (adventist.org)
  • development
  • We are excited about this study as it identifies a brain circuit that may play a critical role in social reward, which is affected in autism," said senior author Dr. Anirvan Ghosh, who was the Head of Neuroscience Research at Roche and now serves as Head of Research and Early Development at Biogen. (elsevier.com)
  • He has described the development of the ecological paradigm, and applied the social ecological perspective to problems of health promotion. (uci.edu)
  • The rationale for compiling "Conceptual Social Ecology" in electronic format is to make more accessible its intellectual origins and historical development. (uci.edu)
  • More recently, concern for social policy is becoming a dominant factor in the development of laws. (adventist.org)
  • processes
  • Furthermore, we identified four security objects (i.e., data, human behavior, IT/IS, and business processes) in organizations and coded each paper to one or more of these security objects. (springer.com)
  • Course provides students with an introduction to identifying, explaining, and interpreting patterns and processes of human social relations. (livecareer.com)
  • Analysis of formal and informal means and a variety of institutions and social processes meant to deter, punish, and reform inappropriate conduct. (utdallas.edu)
  • significant
  • Realizing that potential, however, will require significant changes in behavior on the part of stakeholders throughout the health system. (bcg.com)
  • The fact that a significant degree of this activism had been mobilizing from the universities was enough reason for elites to declare a "crisis of democracy" and demand more apathy, complacency, and pacification from the population, more authority for themselves, and more control over the society as a whole. (thepeoplesvoice.org)
  • apparatus
  • In the 19th century, the United States remained largely rural and nonindustrial, and thus, "the apparatus of state control was extremely weak in most communities. (thepeoplesvoice.org)
  • Instagram's changed their Terms of Service and now your entire social media campaign is up a certain creek without a certain paddling apparatus. (killerstartups.com)
  • problem
  • The Spanish national administration - principally the Ministry of Health and Consumers Affairs and Ministry of Education - and the local and regional administrations have been trying to address and control the problem for a long time. (springer.com)
  • On the contrary, the Dutch have opted for a strict, if softer method of social control over a so-called problem population. (baltimoresun.com)
  • People
  • Even in the ancient days people living in communities were forming social rules which established general regulations for the well-being of the community. (ivoryresearch.com)
  • This can be observed in societies such as ancient Athens where people employed by the state were responsible of cleaning the Amphitheatres and the Market Place and in Byzantium where the state's social policy provided the people with a police corps which patrolled the streets of Constantinople at night in order to ensure the safety of the citizens or the night travellers. (ivoryresearch.com)
  • Social change is change in the way people behave and live their lives, including the changing nature of decisions relating to marriage, divorce and children. (ivoryresearch.com)
  • than saying all poor people exhibit these behaviors that lead to criminal behavior. (coursera.org)
  • However, many of these initiatives reach very few people, and mostly people who already predisposed to depolarized behaviors. (medium.com)
  • We ran two types of ads: (i) city-targeted ad that asked people whether they recognized a political divide in their city, and (ii) topical ads, using the same cities as geographic targets, and focusing on key topics that were more likely to be divisive - for instance, immigration, gun control, and healthcare. (medium.com)
  • You can't control how many people see your updates, the layout and features of your page (beyond basic branding such as avatars and banners) and you can't control how people can share and save your content. (killerstartups.com)
  • health promotion
  • He revisited the future of social ecological research in 2013 in two addresses on the science of team science and the origins of social ecology, and offered an expanded vision of the social ecology paradigm for health promotion. (uci.edu)
  • theory
  • Approaches as different as S-O-R behaviorism,social learning theory, consistency theories,and expectancy value theories of motivation and decision making have one thing in common: they all assume that "thought (or any other type of cognition) can move any thing," that there is a direct path from cognition to behavior. (abebooks.com)
  • Daniel Stokols identified four assumptions of the social ecology perspective, and core principles of social ecological theory. (uci.edu)
  • SOC 3303 Social Theory (3 semester hours) Survey of the main currents of social theory as developed by European and American theorists and applied in contemporary social thought. (utdallas.edu)
  • 1960s
  • A major influence in the modern interest in self-care developed in the 1960s with the advent of social movements, such as the women's movement and consumerism. (encyclopedia.com)
  • In Part 1 of this series, I examined the elite assault on education - through the Chamber of Commerce, right-wing think tanks, and the Trilateral Commission - which arose in response to the massive social and political activist movements of the 1960s. (thepeoplesvoice.org)
  • ecological
  • The goal of protecting free-ranging horses and burros while managing and controlling them to achieve a vaguely defined thriving natural ecological balance within the multiple-use mandate for public lands has challenged BLM's Wild Horse and Burro Program since its inception. (nap.edu)
  • mechanisms
  • Biological Psychiatry is the official journal of the Society of Biological Psychiatry , whose purpose is to promote excellence in scientific research and education in fields that investigate the nature, causes, mechanisms and treatments of disorders of thought, emotion, or behavior. (elsevier.com)
  • As Robert H. Wiebe explained, "the instruments of control were themselves the means of improvement," and schools were viewed as "assimilating, stabilizing mechanisms. (thepeoplesvoice.org)
  • community
  • Social work " is the work produced by social workers who engage in intervention and assistance to provide change in the feelings, well-being and behaviour of an individual, or a specific social group in a community (Hudson, 2000). (ivoryresearch.com)
  • Social work" also means engaging in community organization, social planning, administration and research. (ivoryresearch.com)
  • Social workers also happen to be occupied in community health agencies. (ivoryresearch.com)
  • For the current study, the researchers recruited 112 men who have sex with men through banner ads placed on social networking sites like Facebook, through a Facebook fan page with study information, through banner ads and posts on Craigslist, and from venues such as bars, schools, gyms and community organizations in Los Angeles. (infectioncontroltoday.com)
  • The goal is to inform the stewards for Social Ecology at UCI's 100th Anniversary so that they understand the visions which are the wellsprings of research and community engagement by the members of this generation of the Social Ecology community as UCI celebrates its 50th Anniversary in 2015. (uci.edu)
  • Valerie Jenness, Dean of the School of Social Ecology, recently published an article in the Orange County Register to answer a question she often is asked by the community and prospective students - "What is Social Ecology? (uci.edu)
  • SOC 3325 Race, Ethnicity, and Community (3 semester hours) Considers cultural and social behavior in multiracial and multiethnic societies. (utdallas.edu)
  • lead
  • A UCLA study published Sept. 3 in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine demonstrates that an approach that combines behavioral science with social media and online communities can lead to improved health behaviors among men at risk of HIV infection. (infectioncontroltoday.com)
  • those behaviors that lead you to sides of crimes or drugs or theft. (coursera.org)
  • ecology
  • Conceptual Social Ecology" was conceived after Social Ecology at UCI had celebrated its first 25 years of existence. (uci.edu)
  • Conceptual Social Ecology" presents a number of facets of Social Ecology: its current definition and basic assumptions, its founding scientific presentations, its evolution as an organizational unit within the University of California, Irvine, and its approach to research on contemporary problems of the social and physical environments. (uci.edu)
  • Professor Stokols also addressed this issue in the broader context of the future of interdisciplinarity in the School of Social Ecology. (uci.edu)
  • The selected bibliography of scientific Social Ecology was prepared by Professor Stokols for an undergraduate seminar. (uci.edu)
  • The 25th Anniversary Celebration is a special web version of an issue of UCI News which appeared in 1996 at the time that the School of Social Ecology dedicated its second major building, Social Ecology II, and recognized the completion of its first 25 years. (uci.edu)
  • general
  • Public insurance known as Social Health Insurance(NHI/SHI),is financed by both employees and employer contributions and allocated taxes known as general social contribution(CSG), is compulsory, covering approximately 90 per cent of the population, while private insurance is of a complementary type and voluntary. (avsabonline.org)
  • More specifically, maternal overprotection and observed negative commands related to child social anxiety, and paternal overprotection related to child general anxiety. (ed.gov)
  • often
  • Dutch drug policy is often misinterpreted as liberal. (baltimoresun.com)
  • Secondly, while the majority of such interactions are handled without harm to the officer or the person with a disorder, these interactions can be quite time-consuming, often utilizing a large portion of resources not only from police services, but from the health and social sectors as well ( Lurigio and Watson 2010 ). (gc.ca)
  • A social media witch-hunt can ruin a startup's reputation - and often over something that would've been happily sorted out in private. (killerstartups.com)
  • activity
  • Increasing the activity of this region, called the habenula, led to social problems in rodents, whereas decreasing activity of the region prevented social problems. (elsevier.com)
  • Turning down habenula activity prevented the social deficits that could be induced by activating the frontal region. (elsevier.com)
  • concern
  • A regularly cited concern is diminished workforce productivity due to employees wasting time on social networks. (forbes.com)
  • engagement
  • We also highlight four different technology categories that can help you manage risk and compliance efforts in this area: 1) social control systems, 2) social engagement platforms, 3) social marketing management platforms, and 4) social listening platforms. (forbes.com)
  • Search
  • Organization of academic panel on Policing for Criminal Justice Department Campus Ministries: Mary Brennan Soup Kitchen, Midnight Homeless Run Division or College Committees, Special Programs AAUP Membership Chairperson Dean's Advisory Committee on the Library English Department Search Committee Faculty Moderator: Not for Sale Club Global Learning Chaperone Sicily May 2014 Graduate Academic Policies & Programs (GAPP) Committee Faculty Recognition Award May 2013 Faculty Scholarship Recognition March 2016, 2017, 2018. (livecareer.com)
  • You can't control the search engines, which can increase or decrease the value of links and profiles on social media sites. (killerstartups.com)
  • You can't control who is linking to you, so if poor-quality sites are giving you links, your search engine rankings might be adversely affected. (killerstartups.com)
  • principles
  • RECOMMENDED, To approve the following principles as a guide for denominational entities and institutions that, from time to time, must review and safeguard their ability to pursue mission in the midst of changing social circumstances. (adventist.org)
  • definition
  • The CSA was an attempt to coalesce various parts and piecemeal drug policies that already existed into a centralized and clear definition of tiers called schedules to better control both legal and illegal distribution means for various substances. (blogspot.com)
  • In this definition, self-care behaviors occur without professional assistance, but individuals are informed by technical knowledge and skills derived from both professional and lay experience. (encyclopedia.com)
  • students
  • The principal intended audience are those faculty, staff and students who are shaping Social Ecology's second 50 years. (uci.edu)
  • recent
  • In recent years, we have become more and more aware of the complexities in volved in the relationship between cognition and behavior. (abebooks.com)
  • Social media is one of the top three concerns for enterprises in 2012, according to our recent Forrsights Security Survey, and it's easy to see why: Malware, social account hijacking, data leakage, HR concerns, regulatory compliance - these are just some of the most frequently cited challenges. (forbes.com)
  • You can control your behavior online , so look over recent interactions and make sure you acted with integrity and transparency . (killerstartups.com)
  • decades
  • Despite decades of efforts to control spending, costs continue to rise at roughly double the rate of GDP growth in most developed countries. (bcg.com)
  • risk
  • It means you should stop looking for reasons why social media isn't a good thing for your company, and start managing the risk using practical solutions and emerging technologies. (forbes.com)
  • Identification
  • The article is "Identification of a cortico-habenular circuit regulating socially-directed behavior," by Madhurima Benekareddy, Tevye Jason Stachniak, Andreas Bruns, Frederic Knoflach, Markus von Kienlin, Basil K√ľnnecke, and Anirvan Ghosh ( http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biopsych.2017.10.032 ). (elsevier.com)
  • media
  • And with new social media gaffes coming up all the time, like KitchenAid's offensive tweet during one of the US presidential debates, American Apparel's Hurricane Sandy Sale , and news of Twitter user accounts getting hacked recently (as well as LinkedIn accounts earlier this year ), companies have good reason to worry about their workforce having free, unrestricted access to social networks. (forbes.com)
  • Sure, you can institute a zero-use policy and completely forbid your workforce from using social media at your company, but we found this is an impractical and ineffective solution. (forbes.com)
  • Moreover, enabling your workforce with access to social media during the workday can have real benefits for your company. (forbes.com)
  • Even companies in highly regulated industries, such as Morgan Stanley , are finding ways to equip their employees with social media. (forbes.com)
  • this is especially for younger-generation workers who have grown up with social media and expect to have access to it. (forbes.com)
  • In reality, whether you give employees permission or not, they will still use social media. (forbes.com)
  • Employees can access social media on their personal mobile devices or on their home computer, and they will use social media outside of normal business hours. (forbes.com)
  • Without establishing appropriate guidelines and training employees what's acceptable behavior, they are more prone to use social media in an ill-advised manner. (forbes.com)
  • Blocking social media is not easy either. (forbes.com)
  • So, even when you do block social media, you still need to scan social networks regularly, monitor and control social media behavior, and have sufficient remediation methods in the event of a policy lapse. (forbes.com)
  • What Should You Do If Social Media Screws You Over? (killerstartups.com)
  • Social Media definitely has advantages for startups - it's a great way to spread the word about your business and connect with other thought leaders and their networks. (killerstartups.com)
  • But - unlike your blog or website - you don't control your social media profiles. (killerstartups.com)
  • And while social media allows fans and followers to gush about how awesome you are, it also allows negative press to be indiscriminately promoted. (killerstartups.com)
  • But when something bad happens to your social media profile, it's not the time to dash around in circles with your head in your hands yelling about the unfairness of the universe. (killerstartups.com)
  • The truth is that you have very little control over your social media pages. (killerstartups.com)
  • You cannot usually get posts taken down from other social media pages - even if they are attacking your blog. (killerstartups.com)
  • However, legitimate customers / clients / readers who raise concerns in a polite manner, do deserve an answer to their inquiries, even if they've chosen to contact you on your social media page instead of via email. (killerstartups.com)