Cultural Deprivation: The absence of certain expected and acceptable cultural phenomena in the environment which results in the failure of the individual to communicate and respond in the most appropriate manner within the context of society. Language acquisition and language use are commonly used in assessing this concept.Sleep Deprivation: The state of being deprived of sleep under experimental conditions, due to life events, or from a wide variety of pathophysiologic causes such as medication effect, chronic illness, psychiatric illness, or sleep disorder.Sensory Deprivation: The absence or restriction of the usual external sensory stimuli to which the individual responds.Water Deprivation: The withholding of water in a structured experimental situation.Food Deprivation: The withholding of food in a structured experimental situation.Psychosocial Deprivation: The absence of appropriate stimuli in the physical or social environment which are necessary for the emotional, social, and intellectual development of the individual.Social Welfare: Organized institutions which provide services to ameliorate conditions of need or social pathology in the community.Indigo Carmine: Indolesulfonic acid used as a dye in renal function testing for the detection of nitrates and chlorates, and in the testing of milk.Social Work: The use of community resources, individual case work, or group work to promote the adaptive capacities of individuals in relation to their social and economic environments. It includes social service agencies.BooksSocial Work, Psychiatric: Use of all social work processes in the treatment of patients in a psychiatric or mental health setting.Social Work Department, Hospital: Hospital department responsible for administering and providing social services to patients and their families.Social Behavior: Any behavior caused by or affecting another individual, usually of the same species.Encyclopedias as Topic: Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)Individuality: Those psychological characteristics which differentiate individuals from one another.EncyclopediasDictionaries, MedicalDictionaries as Topic: Lists of words, usually in alphabetical order, giving information about form, pronunciation, etymology, grammar, and meaning.Molecular Sequence Annotation: The addition of descriptive information about the function or structure of a molecular sequence to its MOLECULAR SEQUENCE DATA record.Databases, Genetic: Databases devoted to knowledge about specific genes and gene products.Puerto Rico: An island in the Greater Antilles in the West Indies. Its capital is San Juan. It is a self-governing commonwealth in union with the United States. It was discovered by Columbus in 1493 but no colonization was attempted until 1508. It belonged to Spain until ceded to the United States in 1898. It became a commonwealth with autonomy in internal affairs in 1952. Columbus named the island San Juan for St. John's Day, the Monday he arrived, and the bay Puerto Rico, rich harbor. The island became Puerto Rico officially in 1932. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p987 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p436)Vibrissae: Stiff hairs projecting from the face around the nose of most mammals, acting as touch receptors.Balneology: Therapy by various hot or warm baths in natural mineral waters, spas, or "cures". It includes not only bathing in, but also drinking the waters, but it does not include whirlpool baths (HYDROTHERAPY).Health ResortsSomatosensory Cortex: Area of the parietal lobe concerned with receiving sensations such as movement, pain, pressure, position, temperature, touch, and vibration. It lies posterior to the central sulcus.Neuronal Plasticity: The capacity of the NERVOUS SYSTEM to change its reactivity as the result of successive activations.WisconsinLearning: Relatively permanent change in behavior that is the result of past experience or practice. The concept includes the acquisition of knowledge.Students: Individuals enrolled in a school or formal educational program.Artificial Intelligence: Theory and development of COMPUTER SYSTEMS which perform tasks that normally require human intelligence. Such tasks may include speech recognition, LEARNING; VISUAL PERCEPTION; MATHEMATICAL COMPUTING; reasoning, PROBLEM SOLVING, DECISION-MAKING, and translation of language.Students, Medical: Individuals enrolled in a school of medicine or a formal educational program in medicine.Disability Evaluation: Determination of the degree of a physical, mental, or emotional handicap. The diagnosis is applied to legal qualification for benefits and income under disability insurance and to eligibility for Social Security and workmen's compensation benefits.Students, Dental: Individuals enrolled a school of dentistry or a formal educational program in leading to a degree in dentistry.San FranciscoBays: An area of water mostly surrounded by land, usually smaller than a gulf, and affording access to the sea.National Socialism: The doctrines and policies of the Nazis or the National Social German Workers party, which ruled Germany under Adolf Hitler from 1933-1945. These doctrines and policies included racist nationalism, expansionism, and state control of the economy. (from Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed. and American Heritage College Dictionary, 3d ed.)History, 19th Century: Time period from 1801 through 1900 of the common era.History, 20th Century: Time period from 1901 through 2000 of the common era.CaliforniaPersonal Autonomy: Self-directing freedom and especially moral independence. An ethical principle holds that the autonomy of persons ought to be respected. (Bioethics Thesaurus)China: A country spanning from central Asia to the Pacific Ocean.Blogging: Using an INTERNET based personal journal which may consist of reflections, comments, and often hyperlinks.Receptor, Cannabinoid, CB1: A subclass of cannabinoid receptor found primarily on central and peripheral NEURONS where it may play a role modulating NEUROTRANSMITTER release.Politics: Activities concerned with governmental policies, functions, etc.Internet: A loose confederation of computer communication networks around the world. The networks that make up the Internet are connected through several backbone networks. The Internet grew out of the US Government ARPAnet project and was designed to facilitate information exchange.Educational Technology: Systematic identification, development, organization, or utilization of educational resources and the management of these processes. It is occasionally used also in a more limited sense to describe the use of equipment-oriented techniques or audiovisual aids in educational settings. (Thesaurus of ERIC Descriptors, December 1993, p132)Writing: The act or practice of literary composition, the occupation of writer, or producing or engaging in literary work as a profession.Sierra Leone: A republic in western Africa, south of GUINEA and west of LIBERIA. Its capital is Freetown.Fishes: A group of cold-blooded, aquatic vertebrates having gills, fins, a cartilaginous or bony endoskeleton, and elongated bodies covered with scales.Fatty Acids, Essential: Long chain organic acid molecules that must be obtained from the diet. Examples are LINOLEIC ACIDS and LINOLENIC ACIDS.Lassa virus: A species of ARENAVIRUS, part of the Old World Arenaviruses (ARENAVIRUSES, OLD WORLD), and the etiologic agent of LASSA FEVER. LASSA VIRUS is a common infective agent in humans in West Africa. Its natural host is the multimammate mouse Mastomys natalensis.Lassa Fever: An acute febrile human disease caused by the LASSA VIRUS.Africa, Western: The geographical area of Africa comprising BENIN; BURKINA FASO; COTE D'IVOIRE; GAMBIA; GHANA; GUINEA; GUINEA-BISSAU; LIBERIA; MALI; MAURITANIA; NIGER; NIGERIA; SENEGAL; SIERRA LEONE; and TOGO.Aquaculture: Cultivation of natural faunal resources of water. (McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)

Asthma education and quality of life in the community: a randomised controlled study to evaluate the impact on white European and Indian subcontinent ethnic groups from socioeconomically deprived areas in Birmingham, UK. (1/66)

BACKGROUND: Whether asthma morbidity in minority groups can be reduced by preventative health care measures delivered in the relevant ethnic dialects requires further evaluation. This study reports clinical outcomes and quality of life from a community based project investigating white European (W/E) and Indian subcontinent (ISC) ethnic groups with asthma living in deprived inner city areas of Birmingham, UK. METHODS: Six hundred and eighty nine asthmatic subjects (345 W/E, 344 ISC) of mean (SD) age 34.5 (15) years (range 11-59) and mean forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV(1)) of 80% predicted were interviewed in English, Punjabi, Hindi, or Urdu. Subjects randomised to the active limb of a prospective, open, randomised, controlled, parallel group, 12 month follow up study underwent individually based asthma education and optimisation of drug therapy with four monthly follow up (active intervention). Control groups were seen only at the beginning and end of the study. Urgent or emergency interactions with primary and secondary health care (clinical outcomes) and both cross sectional and longitudinal data from an Asthma Quality of Life Questionnaire (AQLQ) were analysed. RESULTS: Clinical outcomes were available for 593 subjects. Fewer of the active intervention group consulted their GP (41.8% versus 57.8%, odds ratio (OR) 0.52 (95% CI 0.37 to 0.74)) or were prescribed antibiotics (34.9% versus 51.2%, OR 0.51 (95% CI 0.36 to 0.72)), but by ethnicity statistically significant changes occurred only in the W/E group with fewer also attending A&E departments and requiring urgent home visits. Active intervention reduced the number of hospital admissions (10 versus 30), GP consultations (341 versus 476), prescriptions of rescue oral steroids (92 versus 177), and antibiotics (220 versus 340), but again significant improvements by ethnicity only occurred in the active W/E group. AQLQ scores were negatively skewed to the higher values; regression analysis showed that lower values were associated with ISC ethnicity. Longitudinal changes (for 522 subjects) in the mean AQLQ scores were small but statistically significant for both ethnic groups, with scores improving in the active and worsening in the control groups. CONCLUSIONS: Active intervention only improved clinical outcomes in the W/E group. AQLQ scores, although lower in the ISC group, were improved by active intervention in both ethnic groups.  (+info)

Joining together to combat poverty. (2/66)

The International Poverty and Health Network (IPHN) was created in December 1997 following a series of conferences organized by the World Health Organization, with the aim of integrating health into plans to eradicate poverty. Around 1.3 billion people live on less than US$1 per day. Of the 4.4 billion people in developing countries nearly 60% lack access to sanitation, 30% do not have clean water, 20% have no health care, and 20% do not have enough dietary energy and protein. Even among rich nations there are gross socioeconomic inequalities. Many children are robbed of their physical and mental potential through poverty. Expressed in constant 1963 US dollars, an average Croatian family needed the annual income of US$894 to meet the poverty line in 1960 and US$9,027 in 1995. Accordingly, 9-25% of Croatian households were below the poverty line between 1960 and 1995. The increase in the poverty rate after 1991 was compounded by the war that destroyed almost a third of industrial capacity and infrastructure. Dissipation of the communist economy and inadequate privatization have contributed to the increase in unemployment rate, corruption, and other social ills. IPHN invited Croatian Medical Journal to publish this editorial to help push the issue of poverty up political and medical agendas on a global level. We argue that a factor contributing to the failure of most large-scale programs against poverty to date is the excessive emphasis on material and infrastructure assistance at the expense of spiritual, moral, and intellectual development.  (+info)

Perceived aesthetic impact of malocclusion and oral self-perceptions in 14-15-year-old Asian and Caucasian children in greater Manchester. (3/66)

The aims of this study were to evaluate (i) the effect of ethnicity, social deprivation, and normative orthodontic treatment need on orthodontic aesthetic self-perception, self-perceived need for orthodontic treatment, and oral aesthetic impact of malocclusion; (ii) the effect of ethnicity, social deprivation, and gender on perceived orthodontic treatment need and use of orthodontic services; (iii) the influence of perceived oral aesthetic impact of malocclusion on perceived need and wish for orthodontic treatment; and (iv) whether orthodontic treatment experience influences perceived oral aesthetic impact of malocclusion. A stratified, random sample of 434 14-15-year-old children from schools in Manchester, UK, was obtained. Information was collected on orthodontic aesthetic self-perception and orthodontic treatment experience using a questionnaire. The former data were combined to form an Oral Aesthetic Subjective Impact Scale (OASIS). Normative orthodontic treatment need was measured with the Index of Orthodontic Treatment Need (IOTN). Children with higher clinical need for orthodontic treatment perceived themselves as worse off than their peers with lower need. More socially deprived children or those with high IOTN aesthetic component (AC) scores had a higher (i.e. more negative) aesthetic impact (OASIS) score. Asians and females had higher IOTN dental health component (DHC) scores, but a better aesthetic appearance than Caucasians and males. More deprived children were less likely to have received orthodontic treatment. Despite this, OASIS scores were similar between treated and untreated children. Untreated children who wished for orthodontic treatment had higher IOTN AC and OASIS scores.  (+info)

Hitting the target: the equitable distribution of health visitors across caseloads. (4/66)

BACKGROUND: Health visitors in the United Kingdom work mainly with pre-school children and their mothers. Their distribution across the population is largely historical, highly variable and relates poorly to indicators of population need. METHODS: A range of largely routine data sources were used to describe the nature, variation and statistical determinants of the workload of individual health visitors in Sheffield, England, in 1996-1997. Regression models were tested relating measures of need and deprivation to the total number of client contacts. RESULTS: Caseloads were smaller in the most deprived areas, with wide variation. Most (93 per cent) contacts were with mothers and young children. Health visitors visited the clients designated as highest priority on average 4.7 times more often than routine clients. The main reasons for high priority ratings were child protection concerns, maternal mental health problems, child development and health concerns, and first-time mothers in the postnatal period. Half of all client contacts were with low-priority families for routine child health surveillance or were client initiated. Models based on the number of children under five and any one of a range of measures of social deprivation account for 57-59 per cent of variation in workload and could be used to allocate resources more equitably. CONCLUSIONS: Although most health visitors apparently subscribe to the principle of targeting, the extent varies widely. Constraints on targeting are routine child health surveillance reviews, and client demands. More equitable allocation of health visitors and more explicit targeting policies might increase the effectiveness of the health visiting service.  (+info)

How well do socio-demographic characteristics explain variation in childhood safety practices? (5/66)

BACKGROUND: Unintentional injury is the leading cause of death in children older than 1 year. Deaths from accidents have a steeper class gradient than any other fatal condition and this inequality is widening. There are few published data on the relationship between safety practices and sociodemographic characteristics, hence this study has been undertaken to examine this relationship. METHODS: The study population comprised all parents and guardians of children aged 3-12 months in 36 practices throughout Nottingham (n = 2,152). A postal questionnaire was used to survey current childcare safety practices (from which safe practices scores were derived), together with socio-demographic variables and known risk factors for childhood unintentional injury. RESULTS: Unsafe childcare practices were common. Socioeconomically disadvantaged families had more unsafe practices than more affluent families, but few parents undertook safe practices all the time. The child's age (p<0.01), ethnicity (p<0.01) and living in non-owner-occupied accommodation (p<0.01) were independently associated with the safe practices score. Multivariate regression modelling showed that these risk factors explained only 11 per cent of the variation in the safety practices score. Socio-economic factors explained more of the variation in possession and use of items of safety equipment (13 per cent) than the variation in safety behaviours with no cost implications (3 per cent). CONCLUSIONS: Most of the variation in the number of safety practices is not explained by socio-demographic characteristics and further work is required to examine other possible determinants of safe practice.  (+info)

Does the multidimensional nature of Super Profiles help district health authorities understand the way social capital affects health? (6/66)

BACKGROUND: Social capital describes the notion that the social processes in an area can lead to benefits in health. As Super Profiles describe the social character of an area and they are easy for health authorities to use, they could provide a simple method for local assessment of how social organization affects health. METHODS: We calculated the expected mean birthweight for the enumeration districts of Birmingham based upon marital status, registration details of the child, year of birth, the mother's country of birth, fetal sex and deprivation as judged by the Townsend score using data from 138,696 live-born singleton births for the years 1986-1996 inclusive. We classified enumeration districts into Target Markets, derived from Super Profiles. For each Target Market, we calculated the observed mean birthweight and the difference and 95 per cent confidence interval between the observed and expected birthweights. We used information in Super Profiles to speculate about the social processes that led to some Target Markets having mean birthweights that were significantly different from those expected. RESULTS: Fifteen of the 40 Target Markets had significant differences between predicted and observed mean birthweight, but these differences were less than 50 g. There were no common characteristics of Target Markets that were consistently advantageous for birthweight and none that were disadvantageous. CONCLUSION: The information in the Super Profiles does not illuminate the way that social processes affect health, and the variation in mean birthweight between areas explained by social processes as measured by Super Profiles is small.  (+info)

What common disorders do those reporting limiting long-term illness experience, and what is their survival and health service utilization experience? (7/66)

BACKGROUND: The aim of this study was to examine the relationships between self-reported limiting long-term illness and other disease-specific symptoms, mortality and use of hospital services. METHODS: A cohort generated by population health survey was linked to information on mortality and health service use, in Sheffield, England, 1994-1998. Limiting long-term illness was assessed using the 1991 Census question wording; specific symptoms were assessed using standard instruments; other outcomes were admission to hospital and mortality. RESULTS: Limiting long-term illness is stated more commonly than in the Census, especially in males and in the young. It is commoner in the presence of some conditions such as angina much more than in others such as gastrointestinal disease. For all age groups, both mortality and, to a lesser extent, hospital admission rates are higher in those responding yes to the long-term illness question. CONCLUSIONS: Limiting long-term illness assessment from the Census acts as a better proxy for some aspects of population health than others although it may underestimate the absolute prevalence. Although it may be of use in identifying relative needs, mortality is associated more strongly with differences in limiting long-term illness than is health service utilization. This may be as much a result of mismatch between use and need as of any deficiency of the measure itself.  (+info)

Predicting population dental disease experience at a small area level using Census and health service data. (8/66)

BACKGROUND: Information on the dental disease patterns of child populations is required at a small area level. At present, this can be provided only by expensive whole population surveys. The aim of this study was to evaluate the ability of Census data combined with health service information to provide estimates of population dental disease experience at the small area level. METHOD: Clinical dental data were collected from a large cross-sectional survey of 5-year-old children. A preliminary series of bivariate linear regression analyses were undertaken at ward level with the mean number of decayed, missing or filled teeth per child (dmft) as the dependent variable, and the Census and health service and lifestyle variables suspected of having a strong relationship with dmft as independent variables. This was followed by fitting a multiple linear regression model using a stepwise procedure to include independent variables that explain most of the variability in the dependent variable dmft. RESULTS: All deprivation indicators derived from the Census showed a highly significant (p<0.001) bivariate linear relationship with ward dmft. The Jarman deprivation score gave the highest R2 value (0.45), but the Townsend index (R2=0.43) and the single Census variable 'percentage of households with no car' (R2 = 0.42) gave very similar results. The health and lifestyle indicators also showed highly significant (p<0.001) linear relationships with dmft. The R2 values were generally much lower than the deprivation-related Census variables, with the exception of the percentage of residents who smoked (R2 = 0.42). None of the health or lifestyle variables was included in the final dental disadvantage model. This model explained 51 per cent of the variability of ward dmft. CONCLUSIONS: The results demonstrate the strong relationship between dental decay and deprivation, and all of the commonly used measures of deprivation exhibited a similar performance. For this population of young children health and health services shelf data did not improve on the ability of deprivation-related Census variables to predict population dental caries experience at a small area level.  (+info)

*Cultural deprivation

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*Robert Williams (psychologist)

... cultural deprivation; black language deficiency; black self-hatred; damaged black psyche; the superior sexual stud; the ... He is well known as a stalwart critic of racial and cultural biases in IQ testing, for coining the word "Ebonics" in 1973, and ... Williams created the Black Intelligence Test of Cultural Homogeneity by drawing from a glossary of African-American speech and ... Toward an Afrocentric Theory of Black Personality Cultural psychology "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2008-04-24 ...

*Velveteria

In December, 2013, Velveteria re-opened as the Velveteria Epicenter of Art Fighting Cultural Deprivation in Los Angeles. The ... The Velveteria Epicenter of Art Fighting Cultural Deprivation, or Velveteria (and formerly the Velveteria: The Museum of Velvet ...

*Julian Spalding

... particularly with regard to understanding how social inequality and cultural deprivation have a negative impact on people's ...

*St Werburghs

This leads to the benefits of a multi-cultural community but less deprivation than some neighbouring areas. Mina Road is St ... Whilst it has a more of a cultural mix than Bristol, it is not as diverse as other inner city areas. It also has more family ...

*ATS Association of the Holy Land

... has launched an intensive information campaign on the terms of the socio-economic deprivation and cultural heritage of the ...

*Missing women

These deprivations are caused by cultural mechanisms, such as traditions and values, that vary across countries and even ... Regardless of cultural variation, Sen argues that in general, policies aimed to address education and women's employment ... In 2014, Kabeer, Huq, and Mahmud used a comparison of India and Bangladesh to argue that cultural dissemination of progressive ... In general, these conditions amount to widespread deprivations of women across East and South Asia. According to Nussbaum's ...

*Cuncolim Revolt

The demolition of local temples implied deprivation of religious and cultural traditions that sustained an established social ...

*Kaiama Declaration

... cultural and psychological deprivations. d. That the quality of life of Ijaw people is deteriorating as a result of utter ... and cultural AUTONOMY. c. That the division of the Southern Protectorate into East and West in 1939 by the British marked the ...

*Patrick MacSwiney

His acute sense of deprivation illustrates the cultural stagnation of rural Ireland which Corkery spoke of when presenting the ...

*Human rights and development

Economic, social and cultural rights, the rights of women, migrant, minorities, and participation are all emphasized in the ... The elitism of public policy further disempowers the poor by perpetuating their deprivations. The state bearing primary ... Human rights are inherent in the progress of economic social and cultural goals and therefore to Human Development as such. The ... "Statement adopted by the Committee on Economic Social and Cultural Rights on May 4th 2001. E/C.12/2001/10" (PDF). Retrieved ...

*Rindo Majhi

This led to exploitation and deprivation of the age-old rights of tribals. Besides, the Company officials also interfered in ... the socio-cultural and religious practices of tribals. Such interventions and changes caused resentment among tribals and it ...

*Nawab Faizunnesa

Faizunnesa embarked on establishing schools for women in that cultural context. Metaphorically, she sought to rescue the ... post-1857 era when Muslims in India started having the full thrust of colonial acrimony and were at the nadir of deprivation ...

*Chain of Command (Star Trek: The Next Generation)

Madred uses a number of torture methods, including sensory deprivation, sensory bombardment, forced nakedness, stress positions ... dehydration, starvation, physical pain, and cultural humiliation to try to gain knowledge of the Federation's plans for Minos ...

*Smoke 'em if you got 'em

Cigarettes were nearly impossible to get in Europe during that time because of the deprivations of the war. Along with nylon ... stockings for women, cigarettes were a luxury item that took on cultural importance beyond their monetary value. Soldiers got a ...

*Geography of the United Kingdom

However, this is not to say that the north-south divide is uniform; some of the worst pockets of deprivation can be found in ... Nor is the North-South divide limited to the economic sphere; cultural and political divisions weigh heavily too. Historically ...

*Mau Piailug

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*Abnormal psychology

Generalizations about cultural practices and beliefs may fail to capture the diversity that exists within and across cultural ... Brain dysfunction and neural plasticity Physical deprivation or disruption [deprivation of basic physiological needs] Effects ... Generalizations about cultural practices and beliefs may fail to capture the diversity that exists within and across cultural ... and there is often cultural variation in the approach taken. The field of abnormal psychology identifies multiple causes for ...

*Ujima Radio

Plus training in radio production and media skills to support people living in areas of high deprivation, many of whom have ... This includes news, arts and cultural programmes made by the community for the community. ...

*Hong Kong Basic Law

Arbitrary or unlawful search of the body of any resident or deprivation or restriction of the freedom of the person shall be ... Social and Cultural Rights, and international labour conventions as applied to Hong Kong shall remain in force and shall be ... Torture of any resident or arbitrary or unlawful deprivation of the life of any resident shall be prohibited. The provisions of ... cultural and sports fields.(Articles 13-14, 150-157) Article 158 describes the basic principles on interpreting the Basic Law. ...

*Cornish Assembly

In 1998 Cornwall was recognised by the UK Government as having "distinct cultural and historical factors reflecting a Celtic ... Devon's relative wealth overshadowed Cornwall's low GDP and high deprivation, meaning that the single "Devonwall" area did not ... geographic peripherality and distinct cultural and historical factors reflecting a Celtic background.' "Bert Biscoe: Working ...

*Bracknell Forest

... is generally affluent (ranked 291 out of 326 on the Index of Multiple Deprivation 2010, Rank of Average Score ... Life is for living cultural strategy 2008 - 2012. http://www.bracknell-forest.gov.uk/life-is-for-living-cultural-strategy-2008- ... Life is for living Two Cultural Strategy 2008 - 2012. http://democratic.bracknell-forest.gov.uk/Published/C00000102/M00001566/ ... Department for Communities and Local Government, Indices of Deprivation 2010, http://www.communities.gov.uk/publications/ ...

*Feminization of poverty

Especially in parts of Asia, North Africa, and Latin America, the cultural and social norms do not allow women to have much ... It is inaccurate to assume that income is the only deprivation that affects women's poverty. To examine the issue from a ... Income deprivation prevents women from attaining resources and converting their monetary resources into socioeconomic status. ... The concept of social and cultural exclusion helps to better convey poverty as a process that involves multiple agents. Many ...

*Arabia Petraea

Though subject to eventual attack and deprivation by the Parthians and Palmyrenes, it had nothing like the constant incursions ... came an introduction of some Greek cultural and social values. Arabia acclimates to the new culture so fully that it seems the ... faced in other areas on the Roman frontier, such as Germany and North Africa, nor the entrenched cultural presence that defined ...

*Choekyi Gyaltsen, 10th Panchen Lama

The message criticized the excesses of the Cultural Revolution in Tibet and praised the reform and opening up of the 1980s. His ... and chronic sleep deprivation. Tibet portal Tibetan Buddhism portal People's Republic of China portal Biography portal Panchen ... The Panchen's situation worsened when the Cultural Revolution began. The Chinese dissident and former Red Guard Wei Jingsheng ...

*Blue-collar crime

What they found was that the offence rate was likely tied to a cultural aspect of the community that existed. They found that ... Hence, there is likely to be a causal relationship between relative deprivation and crime, particularly where unemployment is ... that there are new affluent criminals allows populist politicians to deny any link between inner-city deprivation and crime. ...
This outdoor festival offers an opportunity to learn more about the history, culture and traditions of the regions many Asian communities. Festival goers will be able to enjoy a variety of ethnic performances, fine arts, handcrafted merchandise and delicious food. - Allison Volpe
Explore the Panasonic Pacific - American Standard - • Protection against dust and water splash with IP54 feature • Wide internal volume for easy cable assembly inside the product
Place where articles that influences/affects the Asian/Asian Pacific American communities can be found (along with its URL crediting the source.) Listing of US Asians Sections Resources Latest APA News Award-Winning Artists Our Articles and Stories Our History Feature Leaders/Artists APA Films POSTING GUIDELINES Prominent Musicians
Place where articles that influences/affects the Asian/Asian Pacific American communities can be found (along with its URL crediting the source.) Listing of US Asians Sections Resources Latest APA News Award-Winning Artists Our Articles and Stories Our History Feature Leaders/Artists APA Films POSTING GUIDELINES Prominent Musicians
During this retreat, you will have the opportunity to meet diverse students and to engage in our shared community. The retreat will be filled with fun and exciting get-to-know-you activities, leadership development, and team building skills. Along with students, this will also be a great opportunity to meet and connect with some of our Asian/Pacific American and Native American faculty & staff ...
Make a difference to someones life when it matters most. University of Plymouth BSc Hons Nursing (Adult) degree, starting in September, will prepare you to care for adults of all ages with acute and long-term illness, at home and in hospital
TOWNSEND -- A male pig named Boss, who attacked husband and wife owners in separate incidents at their family farm Tuesday night, will be euthanized
Mortality statistics remain the least ambiguous measure of significant illness, certainly beyond youth and early middle age. Therefore, when testing the validity of any supposed predictor of health, its association with mortality will be an acid test and many of the recent reports on the relationship between socio-economic status and health have used mortality data [1-17]. These late 20th century studies confirm what had been detected in the 19th century [18] - that poor socio-economic circumstances are associated with reduced life span. But our understanding of the mechanisms involved remains defective, perhaps because there is no way of relating the many different, and often proxy, measures of socio-economic status: social standing lacks the definitude of death. Researchers have used occupational role [19], levels of educational attainment [12], ad hoc combinations of occupation, home and car ownership [20], refined indices such as that of Carstairs [21] or of Townsend [1], and so-called ...
The museum is actually a really beautiful museum to visit, and one of the best in the country. The Van Gogh exhibit was diverse, but followed a very distinct theme, and a specific period in Van Goghs life. A lot of the audio tape tour is pulled from letters that Van Gogh wrote to his brother over the course of his life. I was impressed with their great relationship until I found out that Van Gogh wrote his brother Theo nearly 900 letters, and Theo wrote him around 60 in response. Clearly the dude was nuts, and a little bit of a desperado too. But apart from the Van Gogh exhibit, the museum offered an excellent Renaissance section, and some really great American 19th century artwork. David was entranced by the modern work, while I preferred the older paintings. We each picked our favorite artwork by Van Gogh in the exhibit, and mine was Almond Branches in Bloom San Remy ...
Launched in 2013, the Community Homeless Assistance Team (CHAT) is dedicated to performing comprehensive outreach to individuals at-risk of, or experiencing homelessness downtown. CHAT Outreach Workers pursue a unique preventative outreach approach that will address the dynamic barriers and complexities faced by the homeless population in order to link those in need to individually and culturally relevant service. CHAT Outreach Workers will thus facilitate individual transition from homelessness to enhanced stability - inclusive of housing, employment and educational support, as required. CHAT Outreach Workers can be identified on the street by their name badges, and will work in collaboration with other agencies in order to ensure a meaningful approach is employed that complements all service provider efforts in supporting this vulnerable population.. We are currently looking for Level I Outreach Workers who meet the following requirements:. Qualifications required:. ...
On September 15, 2011 in Washington, D.C. Members of the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus (CAPAC), Congressional Black Caucus (CBC), and Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) introduced the Health Equity and Accountability Act of 2011, a bill that complements the efforts of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and focuses on eliminating racial and ethnic health disparities. The bill was formally introduced today by Congresswoman Barbara Lee, Chair of CAPACs Healthcare Taskforce, and included 68 original cosponsors ...
Conducting hepatitis B screenings at local health fairs is one way that members of the Keck School of Medicines Asian Pacific American Medical Student
May 24, 2017: The Hepatitis B Foundation launched its national Hep B Cure Campaign which features a consensus research agenda that outlines top scientists priority research recommendations for hepatitis B and liver cancer. The "Roadmap for a Cure" research agenda was highlighted at a Congressional briefing hosted by the Foundation in collaboration with the Congressional Hepatitis Caucus, Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus, Senator Mazie K. Hirono, the National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable, and the Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations, and Hep B United.. ...
The Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus issued the following joint statement:. Today, Senate Republicans released their proposal to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. After hiding from the American people, Senate Republicans have finally released their health care plan.
All of the spending areas above will be affected by the spending review but in different ways.. Council tax. Council tax is the safest source of local government revenue as councils know that it is not going to get cut. But its growth will almost certainly be restricted.. Each year, the government sets a council tax increase limit beyond which councils must hold a referendum to enable them to sanction the higher increase. This year the referendum threshold was 2% so rises of this level and above required a positive referendum vote or could not go ahead. Only one referendum was held this year, by Bedfordshire Police, and it was roundly rejected. It would be surprising if the government permitted a higher referendum threshold for 2016-17 or for the rest of the spending review period.. The other way in which government has limited council tax increases is by giving councils a grant in return for freezing rates. This year the grant paid was equivalent to a 1% rise in council tax.. Overall, in ...
The DWP aims to process benefit claims within 16 days, but the reality can be very different. Moiras claim was stuck in the system, and had still not been completed when she died. As a result, for the last seven months of her life, as her health deteriorated, she received no income.When Nichole telephoned the DWP to check on the process of the application, she was told they were awaiting medical records from Moiras GP. When Nichole checked with the GP practice, they told her they had not received any such request. The lowest point came just over a month before Moira died, when she received a court summons for non-payment of council tax. As her ESA had been suspended, her local council had automatically stopped her council tax benefit, meaning she was liable for full council tax. Moira was not told. The shock arrival in July of a council tax bill for nearly £2,000 came the day after she received the results of a hospital biopsy that detected cancer on her lung."That was the point that pushed ...
In the 1600 and 1700s the tax for the property was usually determined in accordance with the creation of the matrikkel. But, after a time, it was usual to determine the value with records and documents which, among other things, contained the value of the skylda. Take for example the following: Ole Pedersen cleared a farm in 1770. It comprised a main house and several other out buildings, fields and pasture. If the farm was cleared in commonly owned ground, it meant an increase in the matrikkel, that is an increased source of income in the form of taxes for the state. After six years a new tax valuation was done. It was the responsibility of the magistrate (sorenskriver) and six surveyors (skjønnsmenn) to work out the tax valuation. In doing this the boundaries would be described. Criteria for this valuation is described in Kristian Vs law of 1687 and in an ordinance from 1746. The last ordinance required that the tax valuation documents be send to the Rentekammeret. Such documents are found ...
Results Children aged 10-20 years with LLTI/D in 2001 had a significantly increased risk of having a parent with LLTI/D compared with those with no reported LLTI/D after adjustment for social disadvantage and other confounding variables (Odds Ratio (OR) 2.35(95% CI 2.10 to 2.63)). Parents without LLTI/D but with a child aged 0-10 years with LLTI/D in 1991, were more likely than those with a child without LLTI/D to develop LLTI/D by 2001 (OR 2.24 (95% CI 1.96 to 2.56). Children without LLTI/D in 1991 but with a parent with LLTI/D were more likely than those with a parent without LLTI/D to develop LLTI/D by 2001 (OR 1.66 (95% CI 1.29 to 2.13)).. ...
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This paper analyses the factors involved in differences in the experience of long-term illness severe and non-severe illness, as measured in terms of self-reported frequency and intensity of symptoms. The study has a cross-sectional design. It uses a database from the Survey of Living Conditions of Statistics Sweden, and treats a representative...
Cats/Dogs ,8 yrs of age: these seniors are not often in need of re-homing, but it does come up on occasion. Some people prefer to adopt a senior pet - they require less attention, exercise less, and are often quite content just "hanging out". If they had a good home prior, they will make a great pet. Again, their behavior is pretty predictable. They are often being re-homed because of medical costs or the owner had to move away. Sometimes people discover their pet will need treatment for a long-term illness and decide they are not up for that financially, sometimes its just living circumstances. These former owners are often looking for a great home for their pet and will usually disclose their full history so they can be sure the pet wont need re-homed a second time. Senior pets are also a great idea for people who understand that they, themselves, are in a short-term situation. They can adopt a pet knowing it will not live potentially another 20 years. These pets are great adoptions for ...
Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients alternative medicine articles are written by researchers, health practitioners and patients.
Although the plague is typically considered a remnant of the Middle Ages, when unsanitary conditions and rodent infestations prevailed amid the squalor of pover
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Can have closed and open communities (closed, species drop out when specific conditions pull them out of population {conditions called ecotones-abrupt change in environmental conditions} open when population distributed independently of other factors ...
On January 8th, 2011, The Squirez, Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) VA, Helping Hands, the Asian Pacific American Coalition, and the Filipino Cultural Association will be sponsoring the show, held at George Mason Universitys Johnson Center Bistro. Come out and support the cause and enjoy a performances by Ivy Rose, Melissa Polinar, Ryan Bandong, Keshia Lee, Vincent Lacsamana, Mike Yi, Alex Cena, Chris Santa Ana and more. Doors open at 6:30pm and the show starts at 7pm. Tickets are $10 (plus $1 service fee) in advance, or $15 at the door (if available). Only 150 tickets are available, so buy your tickets soon!. 100% of the proceeds be donated to those affected by child abuse.. To buy tickets, visit http://shop.thesquirez.com. For more information, visit ...
Good piece Kris.. In my opinion, the planning height restrictions are the number one problem as they force developers to waste land on low-rise toytown developments which are necessarily spread, out forcing greater car use to access local shops, schools, etc.. We could build at least twice as many dwellings on the same land, each with more floorspace if this were addressed.. Planning regulations should be changed to allow a default assumption of up to four or five storeys - unless objectors can demonstrate very good reasons why not. This would be a simple change.. Council Tax should also incorporate an element of Land Value Tax to encourage efficient land use (inefficient land use is more expensive for councils to provide services and raises less revenue currently). For new dwellings, this should represent perhaps (say) half the Council Tax valuation immediately and for older properties, it could be started at a low level and increased gradually over (say) 25 years to encourage more space ...
Results Post-reformulation only 2.5% of adults and 0.8% of children consumed more than the WHO limits, compared to 57% of adults and 86% children pre-reformulation. In adults unadjusted analyses, high TFA consumption was associated with lower income, lower education and long-term illness or disability pre-reformulation but not post-reformulation. In adjusted pre-reformulation analyses, adults with no qualifications compared to those with a degree were more likely to be top 10% consumers (OR (95% CI: ) = 1.94 (1.06, 3.53)), and adults without long-term illness or disability were less likely (OR (95% CI: ) = 0.69 (0.48, 0.97)). In adjusted post-reformulation analyses, higher income was associated with high TFA consumption. For children, there was no association between high TFA consumption and income or deprivation. Being of mixed or other ethnicity was an independent predictor of high TFA intake, both pre- and post-reformulation. Lack of long-term illness or disability and being an older child ...
Kali Mountford (Colne Valley): To ask the Secretary of State for Social Security, pursuant to his written Answer to the honourable Member for Birkenhead on 15th March, if he will update his estimates of the number of pensioner units with an income of (a) under £50, (b) £50 to £99, (c) £100 to £149, (d) £150 to £199, (e) £200 to £210, (f) £211 to £221 and (g) £221 and above who are in receipt of (i) housing benefit, (ii) council tax benefit, (iii) council tax benefit and housing benefit and (iv) one or more of housing benefit and council tax benefit ...
2) Northampton borough council 2001 02 settlement key figures. Standard Spending Assessment (SSA). Total SSA £20.6 million. Increase over 2000 01 £0.615 million or 3.1 per cent. (average for class authority 4.6 per cent.). EPCS SSA £20.108 million. Increase over 2000 01 £0.503 million or 2.6 per cent (average for class of authority 4.5 per cent.). General grant. Total grant £15.131 million. Increase over 2000 01 £0.313 million or 2.1 per cent. (average for class of authority 3.9 per cent.). Council tax 2000 01. Budget increase 3.4 per cent. Band D council tax £145 Band D increase 5.9 per cent.. (3) Includes MRA. (4) Combined Management and Maintenance Allowance per dwelling 1.2 per cent. increase in cash terms but 8 per cent. in real terms.. (5) Combined Management and Maintenance Allowance per dwelling 4.2 per cent. increase in cash terms but 5.4 per cent. in real terms.. ...
The rule was introduced following a free-for-all during Labours years in power when council tax bills doubled. No council has yet dared to stage a referendum, although a number raised council tax by 1.99 percent this year (including my own). ...
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... typically develops in late adolescence or early adulthood. Bipolar disorder is a serious long-term illness that must be carefully managed throughout ones life.
Hello friends, I want to offer you a fish soup.. I cook today soup with meatballs. However, meatballs in this recipe will not meat, as is the usual and fish. And in general, this soup will be those products that perfectly balance the your dinner. Soup with fish balls is easy and nezhiren. He and delicious, and satisfying, and well absorbed. As a result, improve digestion. Q.E.D!. Fish soup - nourishing, satisfying, calorie, nutritious. It contains vitamins, nutrients and elements that are easily absorbed by the body, give him power. Useful debilitated patients after long-term illnesses and operations. Fish soup in the ear, or fish soup has the same beneficial properties of the fish. With proper heat treatment protected many useful minerals such as calcium, phosphorus. In addition, it is a source of protein. The hot food easy to digest. Useful ear (fish soup) from any of the fish. Especially valuable varieties - all the more useful. Here you can talk separately about the most fish. In salmon, for ...
Children who grow up in institutions instead of with families have major deficits in brain development, a study of Romanian orphans has shown.The findings, published online Monday in the Proceedings
41 boxes Journals, correspondence and papers, 1919-1973, of William Townsend (1909-1973), Professor of Fine Art, UCL 1968-1973. Draft handlist available.. ...
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Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuus millions of monthly readers. Title: Health & Wellness 2010, Author: Port Townsend Leader, Name: Health & Wellness 2010, Length: 27 pages, Page: 1, Published: 2010-05-26
I have no rights, the difference is that I know it - and I know the state if it wants to can take any action. We only need to look at the case of Bradley Manning to know this. What did he actually do to get imprisoned? He merely told the truth and revealed documents to show the truth. His foolishness was that he signed into a system and joined up. I dont think there are any common law rights - that is pure bunk. We know ofr instance that when people refused to pay council tax evoking their common law rights they were just slammed down at the judges discretion - thats how it is. Its at the judges discretion. I dont have savings btw Im in debt and trying to dig out lol ! I also know quite a number of people living in poverty avoiding the bailiffs or else they are on the hamster wheel ie; working just to keep a roof over their heads and pay bills. I agree with your comments about Britain - its a class system thats controlled by the rich ...
You may think that everything should be hunky dory now, but as I said as one problem go away others replace them and at the moment this is financial difficulty. I have been struggling quite a while with my finances, an accumulation of lots things and years but now including reduced hours at work, an ex-husband who cant pay child maintenance (sure he is working cash-in-hand though) and the increasing costs in everything else from council tax, utility bills to food. I have tried borrowing myself out of it but that hasnt worked and at long last I am now tackling it very seriously. I wouldnt mind if I had accumulated debt because I had carpeted my flat, brought a new flat screen TV, a tumble dryer, a shower unit, a new oven, a new laptop and went on holiday (all on my wish list) but it is just surviving day to day and I do realise that I am not the only one in this position. I am not the best person at managing my money having always relied on an overdraft but this is no longer an option and in ...
Aberdeenshire Council is about to undertake a review of customers currently in receipt of single person discount on their Council Tax.
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Bradford secure their League Two survival with a goal from James Hanson but Macclesfield are still three points adrift of safety with two matches left.
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Important goals of preschool programs are to help children acquire social skills and learning-related skills. Although beneficial for all children, these programs are especially important for children in disadvantaged groups, guiding them toward healthier development and giving them the tools they need before school entry.. ...
I went and landed myself in the hospital for 9 days. I could have maybe made school work but Im still recuperating and didnt think I could hack it, or hack it as well as Id want to. So I dropped
伯克利-在美国,生产和递送我们所消费的商品只需要十分之三的工人。我们提炼、种植、设计、建造、制作、打磨和运送的所有东西--一直到从饭店厨房泡一杯咖啡并送给餐桌前的顾客--是由大约30%的美国劳动力做的。. 我们其他人把时间花在规划制造什么、决定把我们造出来的东西摆在哪里、履行个人服务、彼此谈话、追踪正在制造什么上,以便我们能够发现我们下一步需要做什么。而尽管我们显然拥有制造比我们需要的多得多的东西的能力,但我们似乎并不会富得发慌。现时代的一大悖论正是工人和中产阶级家庭在前无古人的丰裕时代仍然要为生活奔波。. 我们发达国家的人要想满足基本需要易如反掌。我们有的是有机碳氢键,打破它们就能 ...
This is something done in every other relationship. There can be two possible causes of this. The first being fear of rejection. Everyone has this fear in them; it might force them to maintain a sense of aloofness and remote behavior. This might push some sincere person away from you. There is no way to avoid this. The best approach is to find a balance between remoteness and showing interest. The other reason might be to get your way with something. These manipulation techniques are a sign that you should try dating somebody else.. Mistake#2: Talking about a past relationship ...
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Simon Tweddell, Senior Lecturer at the School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences, will be in Canada in February and March to represent the University of Bradford at the Study and Go Abroad fairs. If you are interested in knowing more about study opportunities in Bradford, especially but not limited to Pharmacy, please visit our stand during the fairs. If you cant attend the fairs but want to meet Simon, please contact him directly at [email protected] to arrange a suitable time for meetings.. You can also contact our Senior International Recruitment Officer for Americas, Daniela Tolezano Madureira, for information on Bradford and our course and research offer in several areas - [email protected] She will be happy to book a Skype or phone call with you to explain more about the University. ...
Obviously, there was a little bit of nerves, but once you step on the field, it all goes away, Townsend told MLSsoccer.com after the match. I was excited and overall it was a fun experience. I thought I went out and contributed my best. Thats what Im here to do is to try to be dangerous and contribute any way that I can offensively and defensively.. The rookie forward earned his first career start in place of injured veteran Juan Pablo Ángel. During his 62 minutes of action, Townsends gritty and physical play provided a new dimension to an attack thats struggled to generate offense so far this season.. Townsend was unlucky not to score his first career goal in the 32nd minute when he fired an audacious curling shot from 25 yards that forced a spectacular save from Whitecaps goalkeeper Joe Cannon.. Whether Townsend will make his second consecutive start this weekend remains to be seen. Ángel, who was held out of Saturdays game due to precautionary measures surrounding a head contusion, ...
The UK city of Bradford is to share the "de-identified" medical data of half a million patients from 88 GP surgeries across the region. Were told this will help improve treatments for frailty and childhood obesity.. Under the Connected Health City project, the data will be shared across two trusts, three clinical commissioning groups Bradford Council and the Sue Ryder charity for palliative care.. It will be accessed by primary, secondary and community services, research teams across the city, with the findings to be shared across other Northern cities through the Connected Health Cities network.. Professor John Wright, director of the Connected Yorkshire Connected Health City said: "We will be working with clinicians and patients to develop cutting edge approaches to how linked data can improve the quality and safety of health care we provide in the NHS.". According to the release, data used in Bradford will be safely stored and analysed at Bradford Teaching Hospital and will only be accessed ...
The Port Townsend Paper Companys Cogen project in Washington is a model of how biomass can provide green, renewable energy while also creating jobs. by NW Spotlight. Port Townsend Papers Cogen project will upgrade and enhance their existing boiler system to more efficiently and cleanly burn wood biomass. The upgrade and enhancements will:. ...
The rise of Boko Haram as a terrorist group in Nigeria has been attributed to different factors ranging from poor governance, poverty and socio-economic deprivation, to struggle for political power...
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Townsend, 26, died of a suspected heart failure, though a cause has not yet been released. Hundreds gathered at a public memorial service at the UNF Arena to honor the life of a man who touched the hearts of so many. Dr. Kris Webb, director of UNFs Disability Resource Center, said her staff is exploring institutional opportunities to honor his legacy as a tireless advocate for those with disabilities through a scholarship fund or some other type of lasting memorial that will benefit other students ...
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The Boy Who Heard Music. Sounds like a title from a Nick Hornby book to me. I didnt know that Pete Townsend had launched his own blog. Could this be a tie-in with an upcoming paperback that I dont know of? I havent got a chance to read it proper yet but you might have the time to ...
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Its evident Im not fit for work so we didnt bother discussing what Id need to make it possible. This DEA is good, but I reckon a cure for EDS is beyond her remit. What we did discuss was something called permitted work. Broadly speaking, permitted work is for people with health limiting conditions who would like to try a certain type of work to see if its possible for them, without ending up having their benefits sanctioned. The rules state a maximum of 16 hours permitted work a week, and that the work must be relevant to moving into work whilst not contravening the individuals entitlement to an incapacity benefit. So, for someone with learning difficulties it might be appropriate to try a bricklaying course as permitted work but for inappropriate for someone with a back problem. The individual can earn up to £93.00 a week whilst on permitted work, although that may have an impact on entitlement to other benefits such as housing or council tax benefit. The permitted work may ...
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Downloadable (with restrictions)! This article analyses the consequences of spatial interdependence for convergence in a Solow-type growth model. In such a model a regions speed of convergence depends on its location and it can be decomposed into: (i) the speed of convergence proper, (ii) the remoteness effect, and (iii) the impact of the initial gap. Also &sgr;-convergence is affected by spatial interaction and we propose a decomposition to isolate the impact of spatial spillovers. Using GDP per capita of European regions, we calibrate a numerical model with parameters typically found in spatial convergence studies. We find that the remoteness effect leads to considerable variation in the speed of convergence while it marginally affects &sgr;-convergence. Copyright (c) 2006 the author(s). Journal compilation (c) 2006 RSAI.
Bradford only deleted 1 of your posts, per my instruction, I deleted the rest because I perceived the situation as a hostile reaction to Bradfords initial decision, for which I apologize to you. This goes for the rest of the deletions as well, all the rest of the deletions were my doing because of what I perceived as a hostile attack on Bradford, an attempt to circumvent his decision. Really you just felt that your posts were unjustly deleted out of existence, I would get mad at that as well ...
Yes; even in 66, when I took the SAT as a junior, my verbal 790 was pretty special - now 730 has been magically transformed into 800. I knew kids from all over my state, from my extracurriculars, and I never heard of anyone who did any test prep, let alone taking a prep course. I dont even remember seeing prep books in libraries and bookstores - and I spent LOTS of time in libraries. Perhaps it was different in the affluent areas of big metros, but many of my college classmates were from those areas and prep was never mentioned. ...
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there are many settlements where critterppl make their homes, as well as other structures. i think these settlements have a degree of interconnection. i saw towers that appeared to be devices for communication. i also witnessed a vehicle that apparently transported critterppl. furthermore critterppl responded without shock despite my outsider status. so despite the remoteness of settlements i think critterppl dont live in isolation ...
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Jeff Bradford is the founder and CEO of Bradford�Technologies, the leader in the new field of computer-aided appraising software.� He has�over 26 years of experience creating innovative solutions for appraisers and is a nationally recognized expert�in�computer technology and analytics. Prior to founding Bradford Technologies, Mr.�Bradford worked at companies such as Apple Computer, Structural�Dynamics Research and FMC Central Engineering Labs. He holds three masters degrees. One in Engineering Mechanics, Computer Science and an MBA.
Urban areas in the 19/20 still receive some 66% (£119) per head in Settlement Funding Assessment grant more than their rural counterparts. → Rural residents pay, on average, 20.7% (£98) per head more in Council Tax than their urban counterparts due to receiving less government grant. → Rural residents fund 69% of their Local Government Spending Power through Council Tax compared with urban residents who fund theirs by 56%. → Rural residents pay more, receive fewer services and, on average, earn less than those in urban areas and that is inequitable. ...
article. Looking back at how low-income families fared in 2012 is a dispiriting exercise: minimal wage rises, the escalating price of essentials and benefit cuts all conspired to make it a dismal year. Sadly, 2013 looks set to be no better: this year we will see, among other things, the introduction of the benefit cap which, for the first time since the 1970s, disconnects assistance from assessed need; the localisation of the social fund and of council tax benefit, which will result in many low-income families having to find the funds to pay council tax in the future; and the advent of the tougher regimes of both universal credit and personal independence payment.. ...
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Have you been screened for cancer? How about visiting a cardiologist for a check-up? This can seem like an obvious part of the healthcare process, but its easy to overlook long-term illnesses in favor of more short-term solutions. Well get our flu shot. Well even pencil down a pap smear on our schedule. But visiting an acute care facility for diagnostic imagery can be easily overlooked for many during the busy week. When cancer, heart disease and stroke are easily preventable conditions with deadly consequences, you just cant put off visiting a professional anymore.. Whether youre at high risk for developing heart disease or are concerned about what the next few years may hold, youll want to give yourself some peace-of-mind.. Cancer cases have been on the rise. Breast cancer, prostate cancer and brain cancer are all projected to increase by 50% around the world by the time 2030 arrives. A cancer center, however, can give you an accurate screening to determine whether or not youre ...
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Oedipina (Oedopinola) petiola McCranie and Townsend, 2011, Zootaxa, 2990: 62. Holotype: USNM 343462, by original designation. Type locality: Cerro Búfalo, 15° 39′ N, 86°48′ W, Parque Nacional Pico Bonito, Cordillera Nombre de Dios, 1580 m elev., Atlántida, Honduras. ...
Press Release from FDA: June 4, 2013 - Townsend Farms, Inc. of Fairview, Oregon, today announced that it is voluntarily recalling certain lots of its frozen Organic Antioxidant Blend, out of an abundance of caution, because it has the potential to be contaminated with Hepatitis A virus, based o…
Microfilm: Port Townsend Public Library, 1220 Lawrence St., Port Townsend, WA 98368, 360-385-3181. Microfilm and bound originals: Jefferson County Historical Society, 210 Madison St., Port Townsend, WA 98368, 360-385-1003 ...
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Agency Community RolesThe PDPH Immunization Program is responsible for CBO Program planning, management, case assignment, and evaluation. PDPH has a contractual relationship with two large Philadelphia community-based health and human service organizations that conduct the community outreach and education for children, their parents, and community members in the zip codes and/or census tracts assigned by PDPH. The community organizations are recognized as leaders in their respective communities and reflect the cultural diversity of the communities they serve. Each organization is staffed with one program coordinator, one administrative assistant, and numerous outreach workers. The community outreach workers are responsible for contacting providers, parents, and guardians through phone, fax, letters, and home visits to determine the childs immunization status. The outreach workers review immunization histories and ensure the complete history is captured in the KIDS Immunization Registry. In ...
锘?. Experts introduce six kinds of medicinal wine preparation methods. Chinese peoples research and application of wine can be described as pure.. From winemaking, drinking to wine-seeking, wine, wine has penetrated all aspects of human life.. Since ancient times, there has been no solution between wine and medicine. There is a "閰? in the traditional "medical".. 銆€銆€The wine is warm, the taste is bitter and bitter, and the reason why the doctors like to drink wine is to take the good medicine and reach the viscera and the limbs, so there is the expression of "the length of the wine is 100".. In fact, wine is the best solvent, and many drugs that are difficult to be effectively analyzed by other processing methods can be extracted through this characteristic of wine.. Chinese medicine believes that long-term illness will lead to qi deficiency and choroidal obstruction. Therefore, various chronic deficiency diseases often have different degrees of qi and blood, and the stagnation of ...
Polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy (PCV) primarily affects pigmented individuals, especially Asians and African-Americans. Typically presents in 7th to 8th decad
Kay Bradford, PhD, Family, Consumer, & Human Development, Utah State University. At the time of the study, Dr. Bradford was at the University of Kentucky. This study was supported by a grant through the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services through a Section 1115 waiver awarded to the commonwealth by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Region IV. The author expresses thanks to the community partners, participants, and research assistants for their work and involvement; to W. Joel Schneider, PhD, Illinois State University, for his foundational work and consultation; and to Thorana Nelson, PhD, Utah State University, for her feedback on a previous version. Address correspondence to Kay Bradford, Utah State University, 2705 Old Main Hill, Logan, Utah 84322; E-mail: [email protected] ...

Aquaculture Project Boosting Food Security in Sierra Leone | The Fish SiteAquaculture Project Boosting Food Security in Sierra Leone | The Fish Site

... are found in the inland district of Tonkolili where it is predominantly caused by prolonged food deprivation and cultural ...
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Cultural deprivation - WikipediaCultural deprivation - Wikipedia

Cultural deprivation is a theory in sociology that claims that members of the working class cannot easily acquire cultural ... From a Marxist perspective cultural deprivation observes that the resources available to the working class are limited, and ... and this deprivation is self-perpetuating. The theory claims that the middle class gains cultural capital as the result of ... Cultural capital helps the middle class succeed society because their norms and values facilitate educational achievement and ...
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Ausubel, David Paul [WorldCat Identities]Ausubel, David Paul [WorldCat Identities]

Maori youth; a psychoethnological study of cultural deprivation by David Paul Ausubel( Book ). 20 editions published between ... A report of research into the social and cultural conditions influencing the school achievement and vocational choice of Maori ...
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Race, Ethnicity, and Culture | Encyclopedia.comRace, Ethnicity, and Culture | Encyclopedia.com

AND CULTURE cultural expectations and student learningjerome e. morris latino growthdavid e. hayes-bautista racial and ethnic ... Cultural difference and learning styles. Also during the 1960s, anthropologists began to challenge cultural deprivation ... Compensatory Education for Cultural Deprivation. Chicago: University of Chicago.. Boykin, A. Wade. 1986. "The Triple Quandary ... Cultural deprivation. Emanating out of the thrust to eradicate poverty in the United States and rejecting the geneticists ...
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2. What makes children and elderly people more likely to swallow such products?2. What makes children and elderly people more likely to swallow such products?

Relative social, economic and cultural deprivation.. In adulthood, increasing age is accompanied by a progressive decline in ... This is due to a combination of factors including physical and mental disease, under-/malnutrition and relative deprivation ...
more infohttp://copublications.greenfacts.org/fr/empoisonnement-accidentel/l-3/2-risks-children-elderly.htm

Search - Religions; Hebrew - Livre Rare Book	Search - Religions; Hebrew - Livre Rare Book

E. Stern, Cultural Deprivation in Center and Periphery.‎. Librairie Le Trait dUnion S.A.R.L. - Troyes ... W.G. Dever, Cultural Continuity, Ethnicity in the Archaeological Record, and the Question of Israelite Origins. - j.A. Emerton ...
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Robert Williams (psychologist) - WikipediaRobert Williams (psychologist) - Wikipedia

... cultural deprivation; black language deficiency; black self-hatred; damaged black psyche; the superior sexual stud; the ... He is well known as a stalwart critic of racial and cultural biases in IQ testing, for coining the word "Ebonics" in 1973, and ... Williams created the Black Intelligence Test of Cultural Homogeneity by drawing from a glossary of African-American speech and ... Toward an Afrocentric Theory of Black Personality Cultural psychology "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2008-04-24 ...
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The Tribune, Chandigarh, India - HER WORLDThe Tribune, Chandigarh, India - HER WORLD

Category B includes the disadvantaged Indian women: illiterate, with socio-economic-cultural deprivation. Women of this segment ... On the other hand, the story of Indian women is that of oppression, suppression, containment and that of deprivation. India is ...
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class differences in education - Flashcards in A Level and IB Sociologyclass differences in education - Flashcards in A Level and IB Sociology

... cultural deprivation theory, intellectual stimulation, speech codes, working class subculture, material deprivation, cultural ... explain the cultural deprivation theory culture refers to norms, values, beliefs, skills and knowledge. this culture is ... what is the last bullet point of the brief explanation of cultural deprivation ... what is the last bullet point of the brief explanation of cultural deprivation ...
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External factors 1: Cultural Explanations and Cultural Deprivation: The theory that of cultural deprivation says that working ... External factors 1: Cultural Explanations and Cultural Deprivation: The theory that of cultural deprivation says that working ... The need for schools to change- Keddie: No cultural deprivation, but merely a cultural difference, It is not WC is in some ways ... Bourdieus theory of cultural capital: Reckons MC students are at an advantage because they have the right kind of "cultural ...
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Cultural deprivation (finding) {72781007 , SNOMED-CT } Parent/Child (Relationship Type) Acculturation difficulty (finding) { ...
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Sample Decks: Education - Sociological theories - XXX, Education - Material and Cultural deprivation - XXX, Family - Division ...
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ICD-10-CM Alphabetical Index - cICD-10-CM Alphabetical Index - c

Cultural deprivation or shock Z60.3 Curling esophagus K22.4 Curlings ulcer - see Ulcer, peptic, acute Curschmann (-Batten) (- ...
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A Critical Examination of the Cultural Deprivation Hypothesis ... Ph.D. Dissertation: Cultural and Institutional Factors in ... Ph.D. Dissertation: The Relationships of Family Size and Socio-Cultural Variables to Attitudes toward Family Planning in a ... Ph.D. Dissertation: Socially Sheared Deprivation, Participation in Non-Violent Protest and the Approval of Violence: The ...
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Individual Differences facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about Individual DifferencesIndividual Differences facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about Individual Differences

The first, a cultural deprivation, or deficit, model, explains the poor performance of ethnic minority students as the result ... a cross-cultural approach and a cultural-process approach. In a cross-cultural approach, ethnicity and culture are viewed as ... Each of the theoretical models on the achievement gap-cultural deficit, cultural difference, and sociosystemic-corresponds with ... "Culture as Process: Empirical Methods for Cultural Psychology." In Handbook of Cross-Cultural Psychology, Vol. 1, ed. John W. ...
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Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), Guidelines for the Operation ofEducational Opportunity Program (EOP), Guidelines for the Operation of

... whose life patterns are characterized by historical economic and cultural deprivation. Indicators of such deprivation include ... evidence that the applicant or the applicants family has endured long-term economic deprivation, the applicants membership in ...
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Robert Christgau: Consumer Guide Dec. 3, 1996: Turkey ShootRobert Christgau: Consumer Guide Dec. 3, 1996: Turkey Shoot

... dance fusion should bear in mind the cultural deprivation of our siblings across the sea. Befuddled by the useless "rock"-"pop ...
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Does community deprivation determine longevity after the age of 75? A cross-national analysis | SpringerLinkDoes community deprivation determine longevity after the age of 75? A cross-national analysis | SpringerLink

Objectives Analyze the association between socioeconomic deprivation and old-age survival in Europe, and investigate whether it ... Kringos DS, Boerma WGW, van der Zee J, Groenewegen PP (2013) Political, cultural and economic foundations of primary care in ... Socioeconomic deprivation was associated with survival among older adults at ecological-level, although with varying magnitude ... Ribeiro AI, Mayer A, Miranda A, Pina MF (2017) The portuguese version of the European Deprivation Index: an instrument to study ...
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I have the American dream licked | Salon...'I have the American dream licked' | Salon...

... the success of their show is the manifestation of our cultural deprivation. I pray for their safety, I pray for their happiness ...
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The Politics of Learning Disabilities | LD Topics | LD OnLineThe Politics of Learning Disabilities | LD Topics | LD OnLine

Whether the analyses are based on theories termed reproduction, conflict, social alienation, cultural deprivation, social ... Rounding up the usual suspects of cultural deprivation theory, authorization theory, interactionism, and reproduction theory, ... there is in effect a cultural reproduction resistance dialectic which portrays the pushes and pulls of social class struggle ... Eliminated from LD consideration were students whose learning problems are primarily the result of environmental, cultural, or ...
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Race/IQ: A Coda on Mexican-American IQ | The American ConservativeRace/IQ: A Coda on Mexican-American IQ | The American Conservative

... and circumstances indicated that this particular gap was very likely due to factors of socio-economic or cultural deprivation, ...
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British Library EThOS: An evolutionary AI-based decision support system for urban regeneration planningBritish Library EThOS: An evolutionary AI-based decision support system for urban regeneration planning

The two-tiered framework initially assesses socio-cultural deprivation levels of employment, health, crime and transport ... The renewal of derelict inner-city urban districts suffering from high levels of socio-economic deprivation and sustainability ... However, the prediction of socio-economic deprivation impact on the regeneration districts in order to optimize the location- ... based module to assess neighbourhood districts for various deprivation factors. Additionally an evolutionary genetic algorithms ...
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... cultural deprivation;marginalisation and relative deprivation; the underclass; labelling, self-fulfilling prophecy and ... cultural deprivation; marginalisation and relative deprivation; the underclass; labelling; cross-culturalcomparisons; ... Sub-cultural theories of crime and devianceA. Functionalist sub-cultural theories1. Albert Cohen1. The structural origins of ... He therefore offers an alternative cultural view on crime and deviance.2. The cultural causes of crime & deviance • Lower class ...
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Public health   | The VarsityPublic health | The Varsity

A vicious cycle of health injustice among Indigenous people was set off by the cultural deprivation and systemic isolation of ...
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  • To estimate associations, we used Bayesian spatial models and a transnational measure of deprivation. (springer.com)
  • Based upon this impact matrix a genetic algorithm is developed to optimize the placement of various public services (shopping malls, primary schools, GPs and post offices) in a way that maximize the accessibility of all services to regenerated residential units as well as contribute to minimize the measure of deprivation of surrounding neighbourhood areas. (bl.uk)
  • Additionally an evolutionary genetic algorithms based solution is implemented to optimize various urban regeneration layouts based upon the prior deprivation assessment model. (bl.uk)
  • Blatt argued instead that many children placed in special classes for mentally retarded children were there due to functional rather than constitutional causes, citing what he considered the significant numbers of children and actually described by Samuel Kirk as early as 1952 from low cultural levels who are approximately normal at an early age [who] may later become mentally retarded because of their cultural environment or other unknown variables. (gallaudet.edu)
  • The two-tiered framework initially assesses socio-cultural deprivation levels of employment, health, crime and transport accessibility in neighbourhood areas and produces a deprivation impact matrix overthe regeneration layout lots based upon a trained, network-based fuzzy inference system. (bl.uk)
  • A vicious cycle of health injustice among Indigenous people was set off by the cultural deprivation and systemic isolation of Indigenous people created by residential schools and colonial practices. (thevarsity.ca)
  • MSC was supported by CNpQ (309692/2013-0) and FAPERJ (E-26/203.557/2014).We are very grateful to the National Statistic Offices for sending us the required data and to all the members of the European Deprivation Index (EDI) team. (springer.com)