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Time period from 1701 through 1800 of the common era.
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Slippery slopes in flat countries--a response. (1/453)

In response to the paper by Keown and Jochemsen in which the latest empirical data concerning euthanasia and other end-of-life decisions in the Netherlands is discussed, this paper discusses three points. The use of euthanasia in cases in which palliative care was a viable alternative may be taken as proof of a slippery slope. However, it could also be interpreted as an indication of a shift towards more autonomy-based end-of-life decisions. The cases of non-voluntary euthanasia are a serious problem in the Netherlands and they are only rarely justifiable. However, they do not prove the existence of a slippery slope. Persuading the physician to bring euthanasia cases to the knowledge of the authorities is a problem of any euthanasia policy. The Dutch notification procedure has recently been changed to reduce the underreporting of cases. However, many questions remain.  (+info)

Water pollution and human health in China. (2/453)

China's extraordinary economic growth, industrialization, and urbanization, coupled with inadequate investment in basic water supply and treatment infrastructure, have resulted in widespread water pollution. In China today approximately 700 million people--over half the population--consume drinking water contaminated with levels of animal and human excreta that exceed maximum permissible levels by as much as 86% in rural areas and 28% in urban areas. By the year 2000, the volume of wastewater produced could double from 1990 levels to almost 78 billion tons. These are alarming trends with potentially serious consequences for human health. This paper reviews and analyzes recent Chinese reports on public health and water resources to shed light on what recent trends imply for China's environmental risk transition. This paper has two major conclusions. First, the critical deficits in basic water supply and sewage treatment infrastructure have increased the risk of exposure to infectious and parasitic disease and to a growing volume of industrial chemicals, heavy metals, and algal toxins. Second, the lack of coordination between environmental and public health objectives, a complex and fragmented system to manage water resources, and the general treatment of water as a common property resource mean that the water quality and quantity problems observed as well as the health threats identified are likely to become more acute.  (+info)

Using perinatal audit to promote change: a review. (3/453)

Close to half of all infant deaths world-wide now occur in the first week of life, almost all in developing countries, and the perinatal mortality rate (PNMR) is used as an indicator of the quality of health service delivery. Clinical audit aims to improve quality of care through the systematic assessment of practice against a defined standard, with a view to recommending and implementing measures to address specific deficiencies in care. Perinatal outcome audit evaluates crude or cause-specific PNMRs, reviewing secular trends over several years or comparing rates between similar institutions. However, the PNMR may not be a valid, reliable and sensitive indicator of quality of care at the institutional level in developing countries because of variations in the presenting case-mix, various confounding non-health service factors and the small number of deaths which occur. Process audit compares actual practice with standard (best) practice, based on the evidence of research or expert consensus. Databases reviewing the management of reproductive health problems in developing countries are currently being prepared so as to provide clinicians and health service managers with up-to-date information to support the provision of evidence-based care. Standard practice should be adapted and defined in explicit management guidelines, taking into account local resources and circumstances. Forms of process audit include the review of care procedures in cases which have resulted in a pre-defined adverse outcome, know as 'sentinel event audit'; and the review of all cases where a particular care activity was received or indicated, known as 'topic audit'. These are complementary and each depends on the quality of recorded data. The forum for comparing observed practice with the standard may be external, utilising an 'expert committee', or internal, in which care providers audit their own activities. Local internal audit is more likely to result in improvements in care if it is conducted in a structured and culturally sensitive way, and if all levels of staff are involved in reviewing activities and in formulating recommendations. However, further research is needed to identify the factors which determine the effectiveness and sustainability of perinatal audit in different developing country settings.  (+info)

International developments in abortion law from 1988 to 1998. (4/453)

OBJECTIVES: In 2 successive decades since 1967, legal accommodation of abortion has grown in many countries. The objective of this study was to assess whether liberalizing trends have been maintained in the last decade and whether increased protection of women's human rights has influenced legal reform. METHODS: A worldwide review was conducted of legislation and judicial rulings affecting abortion, and legal reforms were measured against governmental commitments made under international human rights treaties and at United Nations conferences. RESULTS: Since 1987, 26 jurisdictions have extended grounds for lawful abortion, and 4 countries have restricted grounds. Additional limits on access to legal abortion services include restrictions on funding of services, mandatory counseling and reflection delay requirements, third-party authorizations, and blockades of abortion clinics. CONCLUSIONS: Progressive liberalization has moved abortion laws from a focus on punishment toward concern with women's health and welfare and with their human rights. However, widespread maternal mortality and morbidity show that reform must be accompanied by accessible abortion services and improved contraceptive care and information.  (+info)

Preimplantation genetic diagnosis and the 'new' eugenics. (5/453)

Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PID) is often seen as an improvement upon prenatal testing. I argue that PID may exacerbate the eugenic features of prenatal testing and make possible an expanded form of free-market eugenics. The current practice of prenatal testing is eugenic in that its aim is to reduce the numbers of people with genetic disorders. Due to social pressures and eugenic attitudes held by clinical geneticists in most countries, it results in eugenic outcomes even though no state coercion is involved. I argue that technological advances may soon make PID widely accessible. Because abortion is not involved, and multiple embryos are available, PID is radically more effective as a tool of genetic selection. It will also make possible selection on the basis of non-pathological characteristics, leading, potentially, to a full-blown free-market eugenics. For these reasons, I argue that PID should be strictly regulated.  (+info)

Food safety in the 21st century. (6/453)

The global importance of food safety is not fully appreciated by many public health authorities despite a constant increase in the prevalence of foodborne illness. Numerous devastating outbreaks of salmonellosis, cholera, enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli infections, hepatitis A and other diseases have occurred in both industrialized and developing countries. In addition, many of the re-emerging or newly recognized pathogens are foodborne or have the potential of being transmitted by food and/or drinking water. More foodborne pathogens can be expected because of changing production methods, processes, practices and habits. During the early 21st century, foodborne diseases can be expected to increase, especially in developing countries, in part because of environmental and demographic changes. These vary from climatic changes, changes in microbial and other ecological systems, to decreasing freshwater supplies. However, an even greater challenge to food safety will come from changes resulting directly in degradation of sanitation and the immediate human environment. These include the increased age of human populations, unplanned urbanization and migration and mass production of food due to population growth and changed food habits. Mass tourism and the huge international trade in food and feed is causing food and feedborne pathogens to spread transnationally. As new toxic agents are identified and new toxic effects recognized, the health and trade consequences of toxic chemicals in food will also have global implications. Meeting the huge challenge of food safety in the 21st century will require the application of new methods to identify, monitor and assess foodborne hazards. Both traditional and new technologies for assuring food safety should be improved and fully exploited. This needs to be done through legislative measures where suitable, but with much greater reliance on voluntary compliance and education of consumers and professional food handlers. This will be an important task for the primary health care system aiming at "health for all".  (+info)

Great expectations: historical perspectives on genetic breast cancer testing. (7/453)

Women who test positive for a genetic breast cancer marker may have more than a 50% chance of developing the disease. Although past screening technologies have sought to identify actual breast cancers, as opposed to predisposition, the history of screening may help predict the societal response to genetic testing. For decades, educational messages have encouraged women to find breast cancers as early as possible. Such messages have fostered the popular assumption that immediately discovered and treated breast cancers are necessarily more curable. Research, however, has shown that screening improves the prognosis of some--but not all--breast cancers, and also that it may lead to unnecessary interventions. The dichotomy between the advertised value of early detection and its actual utility has caused particular controversy in the United States, where the cultural climate emphasizes the importance of obtaining all possible medical information and acting on it. Early detection has probably helped to lower overall breast cancer mortality. But it has proven hard to praise aggressive screening without exaggerating its merits. Women considering genetic breast cancer testing should weight the benefits and limitations of early knowledge.  (+info)

The relation between funding by the National Institutes of Health and the burden of disease. (8/453)

BACKGROUND: The Institute of Medicine has proposed that the amount of disease-specific research funding provided by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) be systematically and consistently compared with the burden of disease for society. METHODS: We performed a cross-sectional study comparing estimates of disease-specific funding in 1996 with data on six measures of the burden of disease. The measures were total mortality, years of life lost, and number of hospital days in 1994 and incidence, prevalence, and disability-adjusted life-years (one disability-adjusted life-year is defined as the loss of one year of healthy life to disease) in 1990. With the use of these measures as explanatory variables in a regression analysis, predicted funding was calculated and compared with actual funding. RESULTS: There was no relation between the amount of NIH funding and the incidence, prevalence, or number of hospital days attributed to each condition or disease (P=0.82, P=0.23, and P=0.21, respectively). The numbers of deaths (r=0.40, P=0.03) and years of life lost (r=0.42, P=0.02) were weakly associated with funding, whereas the number of disability-adjusted life-years was strongly predictive of funding (r=0.62, P<0.001). When the latter three measures were used to predict expected funding, the conclusions about the appropriateness of funding for some diseases varied according to the measure used. However, the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, breast cancer, diabetes mellitus, and dementia all received relatively generous funding, regardless of which measure was used as the basis for calculating support. Research on chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, perinatal conditions, and peptic ulcer was relatively underfunded. CONCLUSIONS: The amount of NIH funding for research on a disease is associated with the burden of the disease; however, different measures of the burden of disease may yield different conclusions about the appropriateness of disease-specific funding levels.  (+info)

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For a number of years now I have been digging into network approaches to social change, including supporting collaborative network formation and development at national, regional, state and local levels around a number of issues, from food insecurity to health inequity to environmental conservation to economic decline and stagnation. While there have been promising advances made in many spaces and places to build trust and connection across various lines of difference (geographic, sectoral, cultural, ethnic, racial) and also to achieve alignment around shared goals and shared identity, significant change has been slow to come and while I know it is important to be realistic about time, I keep feeling that there is a missing link between the work of network development and what is often held up as the goal of system change. I will admit that increasingly I find the stated goal of system change a bit hollow and too big, too abstract. Change from what to what? For the sake of what and whom? ...
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In this dissertation, I argue that we can look to particular aspects of theatre and performance to help us engage in empathy that is respectful and dialogic, that seeks not to consume anothers experience, but rather to engage it. As a work of theatre scholarship, this dissertation seeks to reframe the debate over whether or not theatre is the ideal site of empathy, and whether such empathy can motivate social change. Rather than arguing for or against empathy, I suggest that we must ask what kind of empathy best promotes social change and how the theatre can help us encourage that empathy. I advocate a model of empathy based on a sense of parity, dialogue, and non-linearity. Empathy, I argue, is not a state or a feeling with a stable goal (understanding), but rather a process. As such, it entails an affective and critical labor that requires us to meet the other as our equal and to entertain, imaginatively, his or her perspective on the world. Because the empathy I advocate takes the form of ...
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The power of social movements to hold governments, institutions, and individuals accountable is increasingly apparent in these troubling and turbulent times. While many people define any gathering of people as a social movement, in this Brown Bag, Milano Professor, Sujatha Jesudason shares a more nuanced definition of social movements and explores the need for creativity and innovation in reimagining social movements. She shares her work in creating a hub for Social Movements + Innovation @The New School and discusses the kinds of questions she is exploring in her community-engaged research and social justice leadership at the intersection of design, innovation, power, and movements.. ...
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Caroline Golub is the Associate Director of the Center for Institutional and Social Change. She also previously served as the Program Director for the Leadership Initiative at Columbia Law School. Prior to joining CISC, Caroline worked as a criminal defense paralegal in New York. From 2014 to 2016, she served in the Peace Corps in Rwanda, where her work included: secondary ESL education; gender development and empowerment curriculum and training; establishment of a female-led micro-enterprise; and project management and execution of a community library and literacy program. Caroline has additional previous experience working with Amnesty International, the Massachusetts Womens Political Caucus, and Grassroots Campaigns, on behalf of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund. Caroline holds a BA from Wellesley College in Sociology and English. ...
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Despite idealistic intentions, teachers at all levels and in most subjects are often accused of fostering Western hegemony and linguistic imperialism. However, a unique writing project in the southern African country of Namibia demonstrates that teachers can become agents of social change. One part of this project is an anthology of writings by indigenous women about their struggles with HIV and AIDS. Because AIDS has become a pandemic, now afflicting more than 35 million people worldwide, this anthology from Namibia, produced by the Womens Leadership Centre, provides both a local and global (or glocal) orientation to the problem. It demonstrates the value of English in promoting health and human rights issues and more generally of empowering marginalized populations. It is also a supreme example of auto-ethnography, an account of ones own experiences as grounded in and reflecting a culture, which has become a cutting-edge form of qualitative research. This paper explains how this grass ...
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Social Change. 36: 8-35. doi:10.1177/004908570603600102. S2CID 147021648. De Wet, Chris (2006). Development-Induced ... Additionally, displacement severs social ties which are often crucial for survival in indigenous communities. Loss of ... Development planners were eventually forced to rely on the work of social scientists in order to devise resettlement plans. ... Development-induced displacement is a social problem affecting multiple levels of human organization, from tribal and village ...
Rai, Nandini (December 2007). "Writing Caste/Writing Gender: Narrating Dalit Women's Testimonios, 2006". Social Change. 37 (4 ... have often been hailed as a critique of social discrimination and the savarna exploitation by commentators and media outlets. ...
Respectively, the first did not impair the caste system as a form of "social stratification" and the second type of change lead ... Combined with social mobility - social is hereditary, and marrying outside one's group is rare. However, two different types of ... Economic, in addition to social and educational Indicators, were considered important as they directly flowed from social and ... Change in the relative positions of the groups in the caste hierarchy and the Change in how the tendency of how hereditary ...
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Social Change. 43 (1): 99-110. doi:10.1177/0049085713475729. S2CID 147683504. Foster, L & Stockley, D (1980). "Multiculturalism ... Professor Jerzy Zubrzycki pursued multiculturalism as a social policy while chair of the Social Patterns Committee of the ... It threatens social cohesion. It could, in the long-term, also endanger Australia's military security because it sets up ... The policy was dismantled after World War II by various changes to the immigration policy of the Australian government. Prior ...
Dhagamwar, Vasudha (2006-03-01). "The Paradip Project: Harbinger of Light or of Darkness?". Social Change. 36 (1): 124-129. doi ... social engineering through law' school of thought and the social realities perceived as 'traditional'." In a review of Role and ... in studying the interaction between law and society and particularly on the use of law as an instrument of social change." In a ... The letter served as the foundation for mobilizing protests and a nationwide campaign to demand changes in rape law. Byatnal, ...
Social Change. 34 (2): 40-65. doi:10.1177/004908570403400204. ISSN 0049-0857. S2CID 146674412. Gehlot, N. S. (1998). Current ... which lead to a nation-wide protests and also social empowerment act like SC and ST Act, 1989. The exodus of Kashmiri Hindus ...
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sfn error: no target: CITEREFChand1990 (help) Dalits, Subalternity and Social Change in India, p. 21, Ashok K. Pankaj, Ajit K. ... The lack of social mobility created a social stratification that played a dominant role within Indian society, laying the ... "Social Justice as per the 20th century". Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment. Archived from the original on 19 September ... Social Change. 34 (2): 40-65. doi:10.1177/004908570403400204. ISSN 0049-0857. S2CID 146674412. Affirmative Action Has India's ...
Ranjan, Amit (2015). "A Gender Critique of AFSPA: Security for Whom?". Social Change. 45 (3): 440-457. doi:10.1177/ ... The unsettled nature of Kashmir's accession to India, coupled with the threat of economic and social decline in the face of the ...
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Social Change. 36 (4): 67-83. doi:10.1177/004908570603600404. S2CID 147388402. Retrieved 19 February 2015. Mukhija, Vinit ( ... Baker, Judy L. (2012). Climate Change, Disaster Risk, and the Urban Poor: Cities Building Resilience for a Changing World. ...
"FOREST ECOLOGY". Social Change. Retrieved 29 April 2014. "Icon Tattoo of Portland, OR Holds Fundraiser in Support of BARK ... But the question is, who's paying it? You end up changing the demographic of the people who are able to use that public land. ... where wildlife thrives and where local communities have a social, cultural, and economic investment in its restoration and ...
Ranjan, Amit (2015). "A Gender Critique of AFSPA: Security for Whom?". Social Change. 45 (3): 440-457. doi:10.1177/ ... J&K's social, economic and political conditions have increased gender disparity in the region, with men dominating its socio- ... Women's cross-border initiatives have changed and contributed to peace between India and Pakistan. It provides opportunities ... in demographic change. That bill was not passed, but it has considerable support. In 1989, Kashmiri dissatisfaction with Indian ...
Social Crisis and Historical Change (New Perspectives on the Past), Wiley-Blackwell. Pp. 164, ISBN 0-631-15119-2 Bhatia, B. M ... Social Change. 47 (4): 608-619. doi:10.1177/0049085717728002. ISSN 0049-0857. S2CID 148960588. Owen, Nicholas (2008), The ... The Changing Impact of Crop Failures in Western India, 1870-1920", The Journal of Economic History, 39 (1): 143-157, doi: ... Perspectives on Technological Change in a Peasant Economy, Cambridge South Asian Studies, Cambridge and London: Cambridge ...
ISBN 0-88448-275-8 Price, H.H.; Talbot, Gerald E. (2006). "Social Change". Maine's Visible Black History: The First Chronicle ... It also was known as the Sumner Street Church and then the Newbury Street Church, as the name of the street changed. The ...
"Purdah and Changing Patterns of Social Control among Rural Women in Bangladesh". Journal of Marriage and Family. 45 (4): 949- ... By restricting women's mobility, purdah results in the social and physical isolation of women. Lack of a strong social network ... Social Change. 31 (3): 84-102. doi:10.1177/004908570103100307. S2CID 143232892. Hashemi, Syed M.; Schuler, Sidney Ruth; Riley, ... It is also observed by Rajput clans of India and Pakistan as a social practice regardless of religion. Some scholars argue that ...
Social Change. 42 (2): 229-247. doi:10.1177/004908571204200205. ISSN 0049-0857. S2CID 55847236. Sumit Ganguly; Larry Diamond; ... With the rise of Ranjit Singh and the Sikh Raj in Lahore and Delhi, there was a change in the landscape of art and culture in ... Throughout his life, Guru Nanak was a religious leader and social reformer. However, Sikh political history may be said to ... The London School of Economics - The Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion. 29 January 2010. Retrieved 1 February 2010. "U.K ...
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B.P.Mahesh Chandra Guru "Social Change and Development of Dalits" Published in International Journal of Trend in Research and ... Social Change. 30 (3-4): 123-142. doi:10.1177/004908570003000409. ISSN 0049-0857. S2CID 143195823. Saurabh, Suman; Sarkar, ... These women lack any form of social security in society. Most women are married by the age of 20 and are responsible for the ... The guidelines on 'social distancing' reinforced the means of caste-based discrimination. For instance, the Yanadi (SC) ...
Misra, Kamal K. (2020-09-01). "Lakshman Kumar Mahapatra (1929-2020): Gifted Scholar, Brilliant Teacher". Social Change. 50 (3 ... a social science research study centre set up by the Government of Odisha in collaboration with the Indian Council of Social ... He became the first person from Odisha to receive the highest award for social sciences from the Indian University Grant ... France The contours of social welfare, National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO (1974) Towards rethinking strategy ...
Dutta, Swarup (June 2012). "Green Revolution Revisited: The Contemporary Agrarian Situation in Punjab, India". Social Change. ... "Meetings That Changed the World: Bellagio 1969: The Green Revolution." Nature (25 Sep 2008):470-71. Cited in Sebby 2010. ... "A Bitter Harvest: Farmer Suicide and the Unforeseen Social, Environmental and Economic Impacts of the Green Revolution in ... "The Green Revolution in India: A Case Study in Technological Change," Technology and Culture 33 (October 1992): 737-56. Saha, ...
Katiyar, Shiv Prakash (2016-02-17). "Gender Disparity in Literacy in India". Social Change. 46 (1): 46-69. doi:10.1177/ ... Other effects are related to social development. Educating girls leads to a number of social benefits, including many related ... Women's education leads to significant social development. Some of the most notable social benefits include decreased fertility ... The most common way to measure economic development is to look at changes in growth of GDP. In order to ensure that a ...
Jain, Devaki; Eck, Diana L. (1986). Speaking of faith: cross-cultural perspectives on women, religion, and social change. ... Jain, Devaki; Desai, Sonalde (March 1994). "Maternal employment and changes in family dynamics: the social context of women's ... ISBN 9789389958676 Jain, Devaki (March-June 1975). "Indian women: some reflections on two sector analysis". Social Change. Sage ... Jain was founder of the Institute of Social Studies Trust (ISST) in New Delhi and served as director until 1994. She has also ...
Social Change. 40: 1-13. doi:10.1177/004908570904000102. S2CID 144846615. "Brown v. Board at Fifty: "With an Even Hand"". ... Changes also must occur on an institution level for minority students to better succeed. Programs like the ones developed at ... In terms of college knowledge, many minority students do not have access to social capital because of the lack of resources ... Universal access to education is the ability of all people to have equal opportunity in education, regardless of their social ...
Vengadasalam, Puja (September 10, 2018). "Dislocating the Masculine: How Nellie Bly Feminised Her Reports". Social Change. 48 ( ... As she became a teenager, she wanted to portray herself as more sophisticated, and she dropped the nickname and changed her ... According to biographer Brooke Kroeger: She ran her company as a model of social welfare, replete with health benefits and ... "Young and Brave: Girls Changing History". National Woman's History Museum. Archived from the original on September 6, 2015. ...
Social Change. 41 (1): 79-96. doi:10.1177/004908571104100104. S2CID 145281921. Hassanpour, Golnoush (19 May 2015). "Celebrating ... After studying philosophy, social sciences and sociology at the University of Tehran, Mallah was awarded an MA in social ... Fadaee, Simin (27 April 2012). Social Movements in Iran: Environmentalism and Civil Society. Taylor & Francis. pp. 96-97. ISBN ... Standing up to Climate Change: Creating Prospects for a Sustainable Future in Rural Iran, Cham: Springer International ...
The Act also introduced changes in the land acquisition process, including a compulsory social-impact study, which need to be ... Social Change. 44 (2): 205-228. doi:10.1177/0049085714525499. S2CID 154794992. Sainath, Palagummi (1996). Everybody loves a ... The Act changed the norms for acquisition of land for use by private companies or in case of public-private partnerships, ... Land rights as social rights. The case of India. FLOOR Working Paper No. 23. Paper prepared for the workshop "Understanding ...
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Bonoli, Giuliano (28 March 2013). The Origins of Active Social Policy. ISBN 9780199669769. . Retrieved 3 February 2015.. ... Various policy changes increased the basic old-age pension replacement rate from 42% of the average wage in 1969 to 57%, while ... Agius, Christine (30 July 2006). The social construction of Swedish neutrality: Challenges to Swedish ... ISBN 9781847791993. ... Einhorn, Eric and John Logue (1989). Modern Welfare States: Politics and Policies in Social Democratic Scandinavia. Praeger ...
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Unless we reframe and examine them through a social lens, societal responses will be too little, too late, and potentially ... IPCC Climate Change 2014: Mitigation of Climate Change. Summary for Policymakers. Contribution of Working Group III to the ... ISSC and UNESCO World Social Science Report 2013: Changing Global Environments (OECD Publishing and UNESCO Publishing, 2013); ... Clair, A. The social heart of global environmental change. Nature Clim Change 4, 653-655 (2014). ...
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  • In Art for Social Change's Third Annual Winter Solstice Cleansing Ceremony we will use a burning ceremony to cleanse ourselves and our community of any bad memories, thoughts, events, energy, grievances, or traumas that we would like to leave behind in 2022. (
  • Health Literacy Best Practices in Social Marketing for the #ShesWell - PrEP for Women Campaign " on December 8, 2022, at 11 am EDT. (
  • What are the Social Security Changes for 2018? (
  • For beneficiaries who work while collecting Social Security, those younger than full retirement age can earn up to $17,040 in 2018 without being penalized, up from $16,920 in 2017. (
  • I got involved in climate change around 2018 when I first discovered it when I was learning about it in middle school. (
  • Ciências, junio a agosto de 2018 en un municipio del sur de Brasil. (
  • Corrupt behaviors are usually influenced by public norms and attitudes about what is acceptable or required in certain situations, but corruption does not have to be a social inevitability. (
  • This page provides information, guidance, and tools for practitioners who seek to integrate social norms and behavioral change approaches into their programming. (
  • These can include a person's health knowledge and beliefs, social norms, environmental factors (such as water access), and local or national rules and policies. (
  • In this talk, I will discuss how different social processes - social norms, social support, and place attachment - shape the ways that individuals respond to threats and changes in their biophysical environment. (
  • Whatever its form, an intervention achieves reduced HIV risk by changing group norms to improve or enhance the quality of health for members of the client population. (
  • It takes time to change social norms. (
  • Social norms cannot be changed quickly or at the same rate that knowledge acquisition or skills development can occur. (
  • Dr. Popova says that changing social norms will be key to reducing teen vaping. (
  • Years ago, we had ashtrays everywhere, and then we saw a complete switch in social norms. (
  • Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability. (
  • Climate Change 2014: Mitigation of Climate Change. (
  • Why has climate change been so difficult to address through democratic institutions and processes? (
  • What are the consequences of climate change for political processes and outcomes? (
  • The Anxieties of Democracy program's Working Group on Climate Change seeks to make the study of climate change a distinct and recognized area of study in the social sciences. (
  • The group's members do this by seeding climate change-oriented research agendas in their respective fields of expertise. (
  • The group's initiatives include convening conferences with leading as well as emerging scholars, initiating research programs, and training young researchers on the subject of climate change. (
  • In November 2017, the group published a series of three state-of-the-field reports that jointly set a political science research agenda for climate change. (
  • In an effort to stimulate new research in the social sciences on climate change, the Anxieties of Democracy program's working group on climate change has produced several reports. (
  • In addition to exasperating current inequities, climate change also presents intergenerational inequities. (
  • As part of our participation in the Oregon Climate Change Adaptation Framework project, OHA led an interagency climate equity workgroup that developed a new Climate Equity Blueprint intended to help Oregon's State agencies use Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (JEDI) best practices in climate adaptation planning and action. (
  • In 2015, OHA published a vulnerability assessment that focuses specifically on social vulnerability as a way to integrate the concepts of social determinants and environmental justice into long-term climate change planning. (
  • Ashok Adicéam, Bertrand Badré, Nathalie Bastianelli, Sel Kofiga, Reina Maruyama, and Mohit Anand discuss the tools and resources available to properly address climate change. (
  • Gregor Sharp is an 18 year old climate change activist who is a content creator for Friday's for Future. (
  • But overall within the climate movement, as a whole, we're able to reach audiences and other people who may have not really heard about climate change. (
  • That shuts off our outreach programs to the majority of the far right groups around the world as they do not want to listen to us and they don't believe that climate change is real. (
  • Successful mitigation and adaptation to climate change will require meaningful changes to human behavior at multiple scales. (
  • Social-ecological changes compounded by climate change challenge this management paradigm. (
  • Increasing water demands for humans and the environment and renewed interest in hydropower present opportunities for operations that include climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies while considering tradeoffs and equitable responses at the regional scale. (
  • More than 60 percent of the $6.8 billion expected to be spent on social advertising in the U.S. this year is controlled by Facebook, Google and Twitter, according to eMarketer. (
  • These tools gather data from social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook and Facebook-owned photo-sharing app Instagram. (
  • How Will Twitter Change Under Elon Musk? (
  • The question remains, however: Are consumers - used to leveraging the social shaming power of Twitter and Facebook - willing to take their issues back behind closed doors? (
  • Subsequently, she adopted social media on a professional basis, and was even the first person to conduct fundraising activities on Twitter. (
  • Right now Claude has no twitter or Instagram and we want to change that. (
  • Bolt also added, "On the other hand, more firms are realizing that the rewards may outweigh the risks, as social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter can be used by employees to expand their networks of valuable business contacts and enhance the company's reputation. (
  • In Welfare Change: Impacts of 10 years of Progress, Jeffrey Grogger and Lynn Karoly amass proof from various studies, including almost three dozen social analyses, to evaluate how welfare change has influenced conduct. (
  • The Climate and Health Program is building on this commitment and working toward climate equity, where no person shoulders a heavier burden of climate impacts due to social or economic circumstances. (
  • Impacts of Social Media (Facebook) on Human Communication and Relationships: A View on Behavioral Change and Social Unity" // International Journal of Knowledge Content Development & Technology. (
  • The Social Security Administration stopped mailing paper statements, which detail past yearly earnings and provide retirement benefits estimates, to most workers in 2017. (
  • The Pakistan Transgender Empowerment Association aims to raise a voice for transgender community rights and issues at national level 24 November 2017 - As part of a series of events organized to mark World AIDS Day on 1 December 2017, the Wajood, a community-based transgender community organization in Pakistan launched the Pakistan Transgender Empowerment Association: voice for social change and empowerment at a ceremony on 24 November 2017 in Islamabad. (
  • Health behaviors are complex and influenced by many factors within an individual and their social and physical environment. (
  • CDC uses behavior change activities to promote healthy behaviors like handwashing , using sanitation facilities , and following safe food and water handling practices. (
  • The characteristics of behaviors can be interrelated to the change of behavior in the near environment of online context in terms of communication. (
  • Changes in sensor-derived behavioral features are associated with subsequent depression changes, but not vice versa, suggesting a directional relationship in which changes in sensed behaviors are associated with subsequent changes in symptoms. (
  • The fundamental program goal of Community Level Intervention is to influence specific behaviors by using social networks to consistently deliver HIV risk reduction interventions. (
  • The primary goal of these interventions is to improve health status by promoting healthy behaviors and changing those factors that negatively affect the health of a community's residents. (
  • Striving for positive social change is at the heart of our purpose, culture and work. (
  • We amplify, through our skill set, the work of our partners at the forefront of social movements. (
  • Social change isn't just about doing work for good causes. (
  • While we do work in the non-profit sector to leverage technology as a tool for social change, we also work with clients in every sector, finding ways to build more equitable and ethical technology. (
  • Yes, social media and collaboration platforms are now established, critical work tools. (
  • The social work profession is filled with numerous areas of practice that include areas such as gerontological social work, military social work, and child welfare services which is the second largest area of social work and an area that many consider to be a highly rewarding yet a heart wrenching practice area. (
  • That said, we understand, given the ever-changing nature of digital technology, that we must continue to work to build on these critical protections of civil rights. (
  • The Faculty of Social Work's Lana Wells is the definition of tireless advocacy and hard work. (
  • The award is given annually to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the profession of social work and the community through social action. (
  • Nominated by Jackie Sieppert, dean of Social Work, Wells is well deserving of this award for her work in the social work field. (
  • So you have a mechanism here that can work on prevention of social issues. (
  • At first, it may seem impossible to make a difference, but the truth is that without the creativity, hard work, and commitment of everyday people, many social problems could never be fixed. (
  • The training course will increase the quality of youth work services for migrants and refugees by equipping youth workers with competencies necessary for development of social entrepreneurship ideas and projects. (
  • Praising the state government for its excellent work during the pandemic period, she said changes made in the health sector under the double engine government are examples for other governments to follow. (
  • However, it's important to keep in mind that certain social media sites will sustain more engagement than others, and time spent on these social networks and messaging may change as people start to go back to work and school. (
  • Threatening, insulting, demeaning are things that will never work," notes social media consultant Aalap Shah in an interview for CBS. (
  • In this episode of The sound of economics, Giuseppe Porcaro invites Anke Hassel and Kathleen Romig to discuss the challenge that confronts the United States and Europe, in the context of a changing labour market and the increase in nonstandard work. (
  • It requires social awareness, and at times, brave work for social change. (
  • This program will be a career shaping experience for individuals who are looking to join the social impact sector, work on impact investing or become a social entrepreneur. (
  • While fundamental changes to work that result from new technologies have historically created new jobs and new industries (14-18), these can be slowed by economic, legal, or societal factors, with both positive and negative implications. (
  • It is recommended that programs select the method that is most appropriate for their professional orientation (e.g., social work, health education). (
  • Precarious employment (PE) is a social determinant of health (SDOH) characterized by low wages, hazardous conditions, unstable work schedules, no termination protection, and few benefits. (
  • Purpose: The University of Illinois at Chicago Center for Healthy Work, Healthy Communities Through Healthy Work developed the Healthy Work Collaborative (HWC) as an evidence-informed capacity building policy, systems, and environmental change (PSE) initiative. (
  • Molly Raymond joined the team in 2019 as an associate director of community engagement for social change, and in 2020 assumed the role of associate director of the center. (
  • The following is a preview of one Media, Advertising, and Marketing report, The US Social Media Usage 2020 Report . (
  • eMarketer's report US Social Media Usage Report 2020 explores US social media usage patterns during the start of the coronavirus pandemic and discusses three activities to pay attention to moving forward. (
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  • We've spent the last decade realizing you can lead a learner to great content but you can't make them think, especially when you are asking people to change-to evolve -to consciously choose to develop themselves as leaders. (
  • We know that just because people prefer to get their online content in small, manageable chunks, enjoy using games to make it fun and video to make it fast, and embrace the concept of flip learning , it doesn't automatically mean they will actually make that change. (
  • Logan Pugh , search director for ReWork , a mission-driven search and professional development firm connecting exceptional people with organizations making social, environmental, and cultural progress. (
  • We also facilitate and encourage complex conversations that advance our understanding of social justice and the societal implications of technology, and inspire us to action. (
  • Unless we reframe and examine them through a social lens, societal responses will be too little, too late, and potentially blind to negative consequences. (
  • Master of Public Policy and Social Change (MPPSC) is a first-class international Master's programme focusing on the analysis of public policies in the light of social changes and societal challenges at the national, regional and global level. (
  • Students will critically assess the performance of countries and effectiveness of policies in dealing with social change and societal and economic challenges. (
  • I use a social identity approach to investigate the effects of perceived discrimination and identity threats more broadly, on the identities of disadvantaged and advantaged group members, perceptions of societal functioning, and views of various out-groups. (
  • This year, US adult social network users will spend 7 more minutes per day on social networks than in 2019, but time spent will start declining again in 2021 as the pandemic boost wears off. (
  • We engage with social justice organizations where we believe Thoughtworks can provide deep value, through strategy, design and technology. (
  • SuperGuide to events for nonprofits & social good organizations Note: See our calendar of 2012 nonprofit and social change conferences. (
  • Socialbrite is here to help nonprofits, NGOs, foundations, social enterprises, universities and cause organizations use social media marketing to advance your mission. (
  • A broad alliance of 13 organizations from the fields of environmental protection and nature conservation, digital policy, development cooperation and academia demands: Digitization must be at the service of society and social and ecological change. (
  • Now support organizations are learning and capitalizing on social media as an open and unstructured "knowledgebase. (
  • We discussed how social media mobilizes organizations and increases connectivity as demonstrated through the COP26 Coalition. (
  • We are a training and strategic marketing and business consulting agency specializing in digital marketing, social media, and experiential branding serving entrepreneurs to Fortune 100 organizations. (
  • This Youth Summit will feature a collaborative art-making workshop, presentations from various Boston youth organizations, art for social change gallery/ contest, talent show and more! (
  • Even at organizations with amazing social missions, it's easy to find people that dislike their jobs. (
  • Everyone at Thoughtworks plays a part in our commitment to social justice. (
  • Protests and demonstrations demanding justice and social change in the wake of the death of George Floyd remained peaceful Saturday across the Miami Valley. (
  • Two students each received $5K for projects in social justice and racial equity as funded by the Social Change Innovation Grant. (
  • Augustana College announced today that it will offer a new Justice and Social Change Microscholarship of $1,000 a year, renewable for four years. (
  • The scholarship is in recognition of the need for discussion and understanding of justice of all kinds in order to influence change. (
  • Alumni who are engaged in social change and seeking justice for others also will participate. (
  • We are especially interested in helping our prospective students learn about the many movements for justice and social change, including criminal justice reform, marriage equality, the Poor People's Campaign, food and housing security, climate justice and economic security," said W. Kent Barnds, executive vice president for external relations. (
  • Deep Down in My Heart: Answering the Call for Justice and Change with the Liberal Arts," with Dr. Jason Mahn, professor of religion and director of the Presidential Center for Faith and Leadership at Augustana. (
  • We know alumni, parents, corporate partners and other friends of the college have deep interests in matters of civility, justice and social change, so we will invite them to consider sponsoring one or more of these microscholarships," he said. (
  • That lesson is at the heart of what Hemminger teaches Johns Hopkins undergraduates in her Social Justice for Engineers course-that there's always another perspective. (
  • Hemminger and Miller saw that social justice was integral to a BME education, especially considering the health care inequity in the country. (
  • This event is supported by the CALS Office for Diversity and Inclusion and is part of the CALS Dean's Inclusive Excellence Seminar Series, which highlights academic excellence through inclusive science and creates a platform for extended discussions on how our science can and should be transformative in leading to best practices and policies that support social, economic, environmental and climate justice. (
  • In early March, a panel of Walden University faculty-experts in their fields of epidemiology, medicine, nursing, psychology, communications, and social and behavioral sciences-presented the interactive webinar "Global Response to, and Challenges of, the Novel Coronavirus and COVID-19. (
  • The panelists were spot on," says Dr. William "Bill" Schulz, director of Walden's Center for Social Change, who, with Dr. Savitri Dixon-Saxon, vice provost of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, was an executive sponsor. (
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  • iSchool faculty come from the social sciences, humanities, and engineering disciplines. (
  • Today, the university is organized in 4 departments (Arts, Social Sciences, Technology Sciences and Health) offering 43 courses leading to Bachelor's degree, 85 courses leading to a master degree, including 2 and 3 are integrated masters Erasmus Mundus and 34 courses leading to a doctoral degree. (
  • Potential change agents in the community will be able to practice and promote activities easily. (
  • It brings together recent developments in both practice and understanding of social Behavioural Change Communication to prevent HIV. (
  • Conclusion: Our study has shown the predictors of good COVID-19 preventive practices among healthcare workers and the need for policy and practice change as it relates to COVID-19 infection prevention and mitigation among healthcare workers. (
  • HC3 has developed several products to help social and behavior change communication practitioners design, implement and measure SBCC programs. (
  • Social Identity Theory helps us make sense of social phenomena at the group-level. (
  • Throughout the Congress, we have people who understand the importance and the economic impact that Social Security will have,' Larson said. (
  • What is the World Economic Forum doing to champion social innovation? (
  • In the face of such economic and social challenges, there is demand, especially for young people of migrant and refugee background, to better prepare them for today's varied and unpredictable career paths The objective of the project is to tackle youth unemployment especially in respect of young people of migrant and refugee background, across the EU through innovative solutions including social entrepreneurship, and raising awareness on youth unemployment. (
  • the great national institutions of church, army, trade unions and schools have declined or severely weakened, and a late and rapid industrialisation has wrought profound economic changes. (
  • The big questions of digitization are discussed, including social participation, socio-ecological transformation, food sovereignty, economic order, common goods and a global peace order. (
  • Paula Haines , president of the board for Freedom A La Cart , a non-profit social enterprise that empowers adult survivors of human trafficking to live an independent life gained through personal and economic self-sufficiency. (
  • Overlapping social, cultural, legal and economic factors contribute to pushing transgender people to society's margins. (
  • The world health report 2002 1 sets forth several physical, social, economic, behavioural and organizational factors that influence people's health. (
  • In the Region, the most prevalent determinants are poverty, low literacy levels, unplanned urbanization, rapid economic changes, globalization and peer pressure. (
  • On one hand, if technological advancements decrease production costs and thus consumer costs, consumer demand for certain products and services may change, leading to increases in labor demand and related economic growth. (
  • More attention is thus needed to understand the trajectories and ramifications of these weddings especially within the socio-economic conditions and rapidly changing social environments that have implications for population and development. (
  • Social media, on the other hand, has been an affordable medium for many organisations to engage their audiences with-and may just help plug the resource gap faced by nonprofits. (
  • Many employees are already sharing stories about their organisations within their own social networks, so encouraging them to become brand ambassadors on social media can improve employee engagement and sense of ownership in the company. (
  • Many organisations are still determining how social media fits into their workplaces," said Kathryn Bolt, Canadian division president of Accountemps. (
  • Manchester Social Entrepreneurs in collaboration with Reason Digital and M4 (organisations/platforms driven by RSA Fellows) invite you to join them in exploring the opportunity to co-create an ImpactHub for Manchester, at the centre of a Greater Manchester Impact Hub network. (
  • Our social impact strategies are informed by our partners. (
  • Whether they are social movements or communities, we strive to align our priorities with organizational coalitions to maximise our impact. (
  • Given contemporary concerns over the environment, the role of architecture and design is particularly important in that it provides one context through which social and cultural structures (and the habits and behaviours associated with those structures) could potentially be reconfigured to decrease humanity's negative impact on the environment. (
  • Today he is the chairman of the Global Social Impact Investment Steering Group and the Portland Trust, something that he founded himself. (
  • It's beginning to be apparent to me that business entrepreneurs-not all of them, but many of them-are, in their effort to solve these types of problems, going to create business models that can grow faster than the mainstream economy would allow them to grow because of the social impact, and of course, they can attract greater talent. (
  • In 2010, we developed, in the UK, the first social-impact bond, as it's come to be called. (
  • There are, today, 74 social-impact bonds across the world, in 18 countries, addressing 14 different social issues: dropout rates from school, dropout rates from university, prevention of type 2 diabetes, homelessness, teenage pregnancy. (
  • Strategies for Impact Without Burnout, with Aliza Sherman, a web and social media pioneer. (
  • Would you say that these changes in reimbursement are having a positive impact? (
  • We'll have to see what the impact of these new changes will be. (
  • He is an international leader in the community service, workforce skills, and social impact fields. (
  • The ACT Fellowship is an opportunity for young professionals to contribute towards creating social impact at scale while building their own leadership skills and entrepreneurial abilities. (
  • Regular interactions with leading startup founders that will enable Fellows to gain first-hand insight into pressing challenges as well as the latest innovations disrupting the social impact space. (
  • a city-region which values people as contributors, innovators and citizens, which supports and prioritises social impact, and which is a vibrant and well-networked city-region where people and ideas flourish and shine. (
  • You may start to see some impact to Social Plugins due to an updated cookies consent prompt that will be shown to people using Facebook products in the European Region. (
  • The impact of social networking is varied from good to bad. (
  • It has an impact on the environment including the physical or the social environment. (
  • Researchers are also studying the impact of advertising, social media, and peer pressure on teenagers. (
  • The associate professor has many titles, including Brenda Strafford Chair in the Prevention of Domestic Violence, 2015 Peak Scholar , mother, wife and, most recently, the recipient of the 2016 John Hutton Memorial award presented by the Alberta College of Social Workers on April 1. (
  • We have developed many strategies to support policy-makers to make evidence-informed decisions in the human services sector to change practices when advancing prevention solutions," says Wells. (
  • There are not currently any comprehensive long-term plans that include men and boys in domestic violence prevention in any country or state in the world, but Wells and her Shift team hope to change this. (
  • Description These social media materials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are intended to encourage educators to speak to youth about e-cigarettes to (1) help discourage uptake among students who are not currently using e-cigarettes and (2) encourage cessation among students who are already vaping. (
  • In her presentation, she focused on social changes that have an effect on infection prevention. (
  • Medscape: Dr. Larson, in your presentation at IDWeek, you talked about 3 social changes that affect infection prevention -- changes in reimbursement strategies, mandatory public reporting, and increased regulation -- and I'd like to ask you a little bit about each area. (
  • First, can you tell our readers a bit about the financial changes that have affected infection prevention? (
  • The improvement of versatility and the sophistication of social behavioural change communication in prevention of HIV has been coming into common use worldwide, and its application is really necessary. (
  • April 1995 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta, Georgia ***************************************************************************** Community Level Intervention Community Level Intervention combines community organization and social marketing -- a strategy that takes a systems approach. (
  • Together, they are working across Walden's vast hub of talent and resources to further three strategic objectives: empower change makers, build community, and elevate social change outcomes across the university. (
  • Primary outcomes included depression (8-item Patient Health Questionnaire ), generalized anxiety (Generalized Anxiety Disorder 7-item scale), and social anxiety ( Social Phobia Inventory ) severity. (
  • Social activism often appears in light of political leaning but is first a matter of people gathering for a common cause in pursuit of change. (
  • When US consumers started spending more time at home during the pandemic, they also started using social media more, providing an unexpected boost to engagement on these platforms. (
  • In the most recent May 1-3 survey, 51% of total respondents - 60% of those ages 18 to 34, 64% of those ages 35 to 49, and 34% of those ages 65 and up - reported increased usage on certain social media platforms. (
  • To start, they should set up their social media accounts on one or two platforms, with a clearly defined target audience and well-articulated objectives. (
  • Hines wrote, " … customers have always helped each other, and social technologies give them new, more scalable platforms for helping even more. (
  • This is partly because of increasing recognition of diverse and unintended social-ecological consequences of dams. (
  • Beck U. From industrial society to risk society: questions of survival, social structure, and ecological enlightenment. (
  • As the growing importance of the IPCC's Working Group II and III in the Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) clearly shows, critical issues like food production, the reduction of emissions, transformation of energy systems and land-use change are human concerns that put people at the heart of climate challenges. (
  • But social forces tend to contribute to lower retirement, disability and survivor benefits for people of color, noted Hilary Shelton, senior vice president for advocacy and policy at the NAACP. (
  • Nudges can take many forms and are one example of a behavior change tool that can encourage people to wash their hands. (
  • Built on the belief that music has the power to break down boundaries and overcome the differences that divide us, Playing For Change inspires and unites people through song. (
  • Take it from every right-wing aligned, anti-censorship social platform that's been launched and failed over the past four years - while people might say that they want free speech, when they have it, they actually don't. (
  • Over 2.5 billion people use social media. (
  • There are many reasons that people, citizens of communities, fail to engage in social change. (
  • Social marketers can motivate people to change their behaviour by focusing on delivering programs that include benefits that people want. (
  • Social marketing avoids telling people what to do. (
  • To create 'value' social marketers have to start by understanding how people think, feel, and behave, to understand what is needed to help people to change. (
  • By making it easy for people we can deliver behaviour change. (
  • To deliver the outcome we want (less cigarette butts on the ground) we have to develop a program that engages the people whose behaviour needs to change (smokers). (
  • More than 850 people from around the country took part in the daylong event, which highlighted the power of social change in local communities. (
  • Buddy Teaster , president and CEO of Soles4Souls , a local non-profit social enterprise that collects new and used shoes and redistributes them through direct donations to people in need and through micro-enterprise partners. (
  • Plus, personal social media profiles also appear more trustworthy as compared to company profiles, and this is especially vital in this age of connectivity when audiences turn to the people they trust for recommendations, instead of looking to advertisements. (
  • How can we equip people with the skills they need to adapt to a rapidly changing labour market? (
  • A forum community dedicated to people with social anxiety. (
  • Social connectedness to people/communities that allows us to give and to receive, and spaces where we experience belonging to something bigger than ourselves. (
  • What are the kinds of ideas that convince people that they can change the world? (
  • Has social media mobilized people for sociopolitical change? (
  • Home / How has social media mobilized groups of people for. (
  • During recent years, it seems that an increasing number of social movements have improved their ability to organize and mobilize people around a cause. (
  • The term "transgender" refers to people whose gender identity and expression are different to social expectations of their biological sex at birth. (
  • Across the world transgender people experience high levels of stigma, discrimination, gender-based violence and abuse, marginalization and social exclusion. (
  • I think most people are familiar with the changes in the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) that occurred in October of 2008, denying payment for 10 healthcare-associated conditions, 3 of which are healthcare-associated infections -- some surgical site infections, vascular catheter-associated infections, and catheter-associated urinary tract infections. (
  • I'm sure that many people recall that, 15-20 years ago, during the last CMS changes, the hope was that incentives would reduce infections and the proportion of the gross national product that comes from healthcare, but that hasn't been very successful. (
  • In such cases, social media can provide the environment to change the brand, but it's still the people (inside and outside) who shape it. (
  • The act of learning is an evolutionary necessity, but in our experience people are willing to change only when they are given the right conditions. (
  • Support for the change from people around them. (
  • It doesn't really matter who holds the person accountable- it can be a professional coach, a peer coach, a boss, a learning cohort, or an HR sponsor-but without accountability, very few people will make a change. (
  • This research will be using online survey to gain opinions from a social network site as an update of views and reflection of self-awareness to all levels of people. (
  • Social media has impacted so many people. (
  • Social and behavior change (SBC) activities use theory-driven approaches from communications, behavioral economics, sociology, and psychology to encourage positive change in health habits. (
  • It is a consecutive Master's programme for highly-motivated international BA graduates of political science, sociology and related social-science disciplines. (
  • Bachelor's Degree Certificate in Political Science, Sociology, Economics, or related Social Science discipline (usually of 180 ECTS) with a final GPA of at least 2.0 based on the German grading system or equivalent. (
  • A set of maps focused on social vulnerability indicators intended for climate resilience and adaptation planning in Oregon. (
  • Experts say these pivots, which may feel like minor or temporary adjustments now, actually force our lives onto new paths, a phenomenon called social role adaptation. (
  • I graduated from University of California Irvine, with a Bachelor's in Psychology and Social Behavior. (
  • Upon graduating, I stayed on at CSUF as a faculty member teaching cognitive, development, and social psychology. (
  • Discuss how power is exercised, via social movements, to bring about social change. (
  • Movements have harnessed the media's power to revolutionize the spread of information about social change all across the world. (
  • It's been scientifically proven time and time again that it's [social media] been one of the greatest ways of scientific movements and scientific information sharing throughout these past couple years, even though it does have a massive amount of misinformation problems. (
  • From Kim Kardashian's stories to your friend's Facebook post: social media is designed to keep you jealous. (
  • We will no longer support the 'Like' and 'Comment' Social Plugins for European Region users, unless they are both 1) Logged into their Facebook account, and 2) have provided consent to the "App and Website Cookies" control. (
  • You can change the language of the Comments plugin by loading a localized version of the Facebook SDK for JavaScript. (
  • Social media like Facebook (FB) is perceived as a good tool of communication that it is able to bring closeness among the family members. (
  • Technology is rapidly changing society. (
  • In our second online interactive event we're inviting Fellows and other community leaders to share how they've been navigating this rapidly changing landscape. (
  • To promote positive social change, we need disaster relief programs that build community capacity to respond to the next disaster and ultimately, move toward real development. (
  • Join the Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement and the Center for Social Change and Community Involvement for a Rainbow Road repaint party! (
  • Open to all students, faculty, staff and alumni of L&C, we create events to heal from oppression and discuss where art in relationship transforms lives, builds community, examines social constructs, raises critical consciousness and creates a more just society. (
  • Community engagement is at the core of effective social and behavior change and is important to developing appropriate programs. (
  • In addition, we have developed a graduate certificate program in partnership with the Werklund School of Education that trains teachers, nurses and social workers to help create school and community climates that are safe and caring, and that reinforce healthy relationship skills with youth. (
  • Social change is about bring good changes for a community, not simply solving our own needs and issues. (
  • Socialbrite helps nonprofits with all facets of communications and social media: strategic planning, thought leadership, community building, storytelling & fundraising campaigns. (
  • We provide thousands of free tutorials, articles and resources for the social good community. (
  • The APTE Summit is an annual event that draws social entrepreneurs, students and community members to explore sustainable solutions to poverty. (
  • What about students-what kinds of inspiration or knowledge or confidence or vision do they need to believe they can affect real change in their community? (
  • It is the honour of the Wajood organization to launch the Pakistan Transgender Empowerment Association: Voice of Social Change and Empowerment, with the objective to spread awareness and raise a voice for transgender community rights and issues at national level. (
  • The Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA) is a center for multidisciplinary research at the University of Washington Information School that explores the complex relationship between digital technologies and society, and develops new models of digital engagement that advance community interests. (
  • Looking at the contradiction in an innovative interaction between classic community communication and social media, there is an unknown scent of the future struggling and challenging both human communication and relationships in the presence of digital culture. (
  • Her research focuses on the social processes that influence how individuals and communities respond to environmental change and climate risk, primarily through community-engaged scholarship. (
  • Join NPIN's new social community to connect, share, and collaborate. (
  • With the declining role of the state in social welfare and social services, NGOs are increasingly gaining attention and prominence and are looked upon as alternative agencies in promoting awareness, change and development in society. (
  • Beth showed her support for a nonprofit, which was using social media to generate awareness for endangered fishes. (
  • The Social Science Research Council, an independent, international nonprofit, mobilizes necessary knowledge for the public good by supporting scholars worldwide, generating new research across disciplines, and linking researchers with policymakers and citizens. (
  • Social media is widely seen as the perfect complement to nonprofit operations, and it is not hard to see why. (
  • Brand ambassadors also help the nonprofit get more mileage out of its social media plans, especially when it has limited resources to implement them. (
  • An event that began modestly inside a Gerlach Hall classroom seven years ago once again drew to campus hundreds of current and future change-makers as the annual Alleviating Poverty Through Entrepreneurship (APTE) Summit took over Mershon Auditorium. (
  • We wanted to show how social entrepreneurship and business, in general, can build communities," said Ruidi Lu, a third-year finance and economics student and director of the summit's 14-student organizing team. (
  • Our speakers showed the power of social entrepreneurship. (
  • If you are interested in our updates, thought leadership and events relating to social change, diversity, equity, inclusion and sustainability (and nothing else) please sign up here. (
  • The War Child Challenge is one example demonstrating War Child's consistent leadership in adopting new social media practices," said James Topham, director of communications, War Child Canada. (
  • Following his talk titled, Leadership, Identity and Social Change, there will be an opportunity to engage in conversation with Marty and Karen Proctor, our Advent Semester Brown Foundation Fellow. (
  • The Leadership Development Carnival, sponsored by Weaving Influence and the Lead Change Group, is a monthly publication of thought leadership from some of the brightest minds in the field of leadership. (
  • Our vision for social change inspires and motivates us to take collective action. (
  • Furthermore, social media allows businesses to tap into this new collective knowledge. (
  • Being embedded and engaged in supportive social networks is a great contributor to individual and collective wellbeing! (
  • These actions may seem small, even insignificant, but change often starts from the simple steps citizens take to serve their communities. (
  • At first, customer service followed the lead of the organization and tried to stifle the use of user communities and other social outlets as a customer service venue. (
  • Probes the complex relationship between architecture and social/cultural change in the 20th and 21st centuries with an emphasis on specific architectural "visions" and their intended/unintended consequences. (
  • And at some stage, they will probably have a lower cost of capital because they will be perceived as not having threats that companies that disregard their social and environmental consequences would have. (
  • These changes can be boiled down to three elements, each improving on email's multimodal roles in today's world. (
  • Over the past 20 years, Playing For Change has discovered unique talent, breathtaking performances, and amazing stories from all parts of the world. (
  • How has social media changed the world? (
  • Due to the current political and social situation in the world, Europe has faced the problem of huge waves of immigrants. (
  • The webinar, part of the popular Real-World Solutions to Real-World Problems series, embodies the center's mission: "To be a connective hub that promotes, facilitates, and supports collaborative partnerships, action, research, and projects that lead to purposeful action for sustainable positive social change. (
  • Understanding the complexity of public policy in a fast-changing world is becoming ever more important for policymakers and analysts. (
  • In a hyperconnected world where attention is the new currency, it is difficult for nonprofits to reach their target audience on social media amidst the noise. (
  • This is, at its heart, a matter of critical literacy-the kind of knowledge that empowers students to change their world. (
  • Books allow students to see social experiences, interpersonal relationships, and historical events in a way that would be hindered by the limitations of reality, and being able to step into a new perspective through story is a powerful tool for teaching empathy and the importance of being involved with the world around you. (
  • The following is a list of books that will hopefully inspire students to be the change we'd all like to see in the world. (
  • From Amelia Earhart, pilot and adventurer, to Zora Neal Hurston, writer and anthropologist, learn about the hardships and triumphs that inspired each woman to change the world around her. (
  • How has social media played a role in the visibility and reach of your demands and additionally, how is it increased connectivity for Fridays for Future branches across the world? (
  • its main function being familiarization of new generation with the ways of the world so as to maintain and preserve social order. (
  • This hub provides 10 very simple activities you can do you to engage in social change. (
  • If you don't do what you believe others should do, you are hypocritical and can never engage in change. (
  • This can be done when the executive director, board members, and staff engage the target audience as their organisation's brand ambassadors on social media. (
  • This includes overcoming the discomfort that comes with communicating online, and understanding the different ways to engage with stakeholders on social media channels. (
  • Cognitive, psychological and social science insights can influence the motivations, attitudes, values, and actions of those engaged in corrupt practices. (
  • She shares her insights how nonprofits can use social media to further their causes, and her plans for the future. (
  • So, over the next couple of days, I'll share some insights on what happens when companies only employ advertising, marketing, or public relations in their social media programs as opposed to those companies with a much more integrated approach. (
  • Travel requirements to enter the United States are changing, starting November 8, 2021. (
  • The latter is seen here as a modification not only from the synchronic perspective, but also from the diachronic perspective, in the course of time, within the representation itself (Rouquette, 1998), leading to broader social thoughts, and thus expressing modifications in the society. (
  • This year's recipient is Social Venture Partners (SVP) Portland , the local branch of a global network that cultivates effective philanthropists, strengthens nonprofits, and invests in collaborative solutions - building powerful relationships to tackle each local community's social challenges. (
  • What are some aspects of social media that nonprofits are not utilising? (
  • How can nonprofits benefit from using social media to connect with their audiences? (
  • What advice do you have for nonprofits who are new to social media? (
  • Nonprofits need to think strategically when implementing social media plans. (
  • Women and minorities tend to receive less in Social Security benefits due to a persistent pay gap and other challenges, including disability. (
  • In " Reconstituting the Submerged State: The Challenges of Social Policy Reform in the Obama Era", Mettler applies the concept of the "submerged state" to explain the challenges President Barack Obama endured when trying to enact his social welfare policy agenda. (
  • But while companies may be breathing a sigh of relief, the changes pose a new set of challenges all their own. (
  • IMSEAR at SEARO: Education in India: Challenges and Its Role In Bringing Social Change. (
  • Equipping youth workers with the relevant skills of how they can cope with social problems of young migrants and refugees in their society The "right track" involves the use of innovative pedagogical methods, enjoyable and inspirational environments, collaborative learning that rests on a competence-based and learner-centered approach. (
  • Participants clustered into 4 groups multiple comorbidities, depression and generalized anxiety , depression and social anxiety , and minimal symptoms. (
  • In addition, HWC influenced participants' application of HWC concepts, and in a few cases, participants' made changes in policies and plans in their organizational settings. (
  • Brand ambassadors should first learn how to create an authentic persona that aligns with their organisation's social media objectives. (
  • Ms Malik shared the objectives, mission and way forward of the Association, stating that the transgender individual in Pakistan faces multilayered social and legal discrimination. (
  • It investigates the extent to which education has contributed historically to social change in Britain, how it has itself been moulded by society, and the needs and opportunities that remain for further research in this general area. (
  • Because the call center is the company's interface to the customer, it has historically been a crossroad of knowledge and traditional social networks. (
  • Still, over the past two decades, social networks have guided email's continued development and vice versa and it will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. (
  • And one of the suggestions that kept coming through from faculty about what we should do next about social change was to have a social change center. (
  • While there are many examples of failures that could be used to negate such optimism, there are also many instances where architectural/design visions have indeed made significant and positive alternations to social and cultural life. (
  • of Federal Government Federal Government has the ability to create positive change in many social welfare systems. (
  • Catalysts for positive social change. (
  • Understanding, supporting and enabling positive social change in the Asia Pacific region. (
  • and, Media Dependency in learning and structuring the cognitive, affective and behavioral effects of social media on each person uses the media in different ways. (
  • Due to its small sample, it is impossible for any cognitive testing study to achieve complete inclusivity, that is, not all social and demographic groups are represented in each sample. (
  • At the end of your tenure, you can expect to have an in-depth understanding of how catalytic grants can create sustainable social change along with the operational knowledge of how it needs to be actioned at scale with a clear objective to outcome lens. (
  • Social changes are a result of a multitude of changes in social, national and international factors. (
  • Members of existing and relevant social networks can be enlisted to deliver the interventions. (
  • Models make various assumptions about the levels of social distancing and other interventions, which may not reflect recent changes in behavior. (