Situations affecting a significant number of people, that are believed to be sources of difficulty or threaten the stability of the community, and that require programs of amelioration.
Any behavior caused by or affecting another individual, usually of the same species.
Adaptation of the person to the social environment. Adjustment may take place by adapting the self to the environment or by changing the environment. (From Campbell, Psychiatric Dictionary, 1996)
A learning situation involving more than one alternative from which a selection is made in order to attain a specific goal.
Laws and regulations, pertaining to the field of pharmacy, proposed for enactment or enacted by a legislative body.
Support systems that provide assistance and encouragement to individuals with physical or emotional disabilities in order that they may better cope. Informal social support is usually provided by friends, relatives, or peers, while formal assistance is provided by churches, groups, etc.
Societies whose membership is limited to pharmacists.
Disturbances considered to be pathological based on age and stage appropriateness, e.g., conduct disturbances and anaclitic depression. This concept does not include psychoneuroses, psychoses, or personality disorders with fixed patterns.
Behaviors which are at variance with the expected social norm and which affect other individuals.
The aggregate of social and cultural institutions, forms, patterns, and processes that influence the life of an individual or community.
The separation of individuals or groups resulting in the lack of or minimizing of social contact and/or communication. This separation may be accomplished by physical separation, by social barriers and by psychological mechanisms. In the latter, there may be interaction but no real communication.
Predetermined sets of questions used to collect data - clinical data, social status, occupational group, etc. The term is often applied to a self-completed survey instrument.
Social and economic factors that characterize the individual or group within the social structure.
The perceiving of attributes, characteristics, and behaviors of one's associates or social groups.
A stratum of people with similar position and prestige; includes social stratification. Social class is measured by criteria such as education, occupation, and income.
Behaviors associated with the ingesting of alcoholic beverages, including social drinking.
Disorders related to substance abuse.
A state of harmony between internal needs and external demands and the processes used in achieving this condition. (From APA Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms, 8th ed)
The practice of sending a patient to another program or practitioner for services or advice which the referring source is not prepared to provide.
A primary, chronic disease with genetic, psychosocial, and environmental factors influencing its development and manifestations. The disease is often progressive and fatal. It is characterized by impaired control over drinking, preoccupation with the drug alcohol, use of alcohol despite adverse consequences, and distortions in thinking, most notably denial. Each of these symptoms may be continuous or periodic. (Morse & Flavin for the Joint Commission of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence and the American Society of Addiction Medicine to Study the Definition and Criteria for the Diagnosis of Alcoholism: in JAMA 1992;268:1012-4)
A medical specialty concerned with the provision of continuing, comprehensive primary health care for the entire family.
Psychiatric illness or diseases manifested by breakdowns in the adaptational process expressed primarily as abnormalities of thought, feeling, and behavior producing either distress or impairment of function.
Social structure of a group as it relates to the relative social rank of dominance status of its members. (APA, Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms, 8th ed.)
Any observable response or action of an adolescent.
Studies in which the presence or absence of disease or other health-related variables are determined in each member of the study population or in a representative sample at one particular time. This contrasts with LONGITUDINAL STUDIES which are followed over a period of time.
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.
Platforms that provide the ability and tools to create and publish information accessed via the INTERNET. Generally these platforms have three characteristics with content user generated, high degree of interaction between creator and viewer, and easily integrated with other sites.
Time period from 1901 through 2000 of the common era.
The status of health in urban populations.
Social rank-order established by certain behavioral patterns.
Disciplines concerned with the interrelationships of individuals in a social environment including social organizations and institutions. Includes Sociology and Anthropology.
The total number of cases of a given disease in a specified population at a designated time. It is differentiated from INCIDENCE, which refers to the number of new cases in the population at a given time.
A systematic collection of factual data pertaining to health and disease in a human population within a given geographic area.
The seeking and acceptance by patients of health service.
An aspect of personal behavior or lifestyle, environmental exposure, or inborn or inherited characteristic, which, on the basis of epidemiologic evidence, is known to be associated with a health-related condition considered important to prevent.
Social process whereby the values, attitudes, or institutions of society, such as education, family, religion, and industry become modified. It includes both the natural process and action programs initiated by members of the community.
Maleness or femaleness as a constituent element or influence contributing to the production of a result. It may be applicable to the cause or effect of a circumstance. It is used with human or animal concepts but should be differentiated from SEX CHARACTERISTICS, anatomical or physiological manifestations of sex, and from SEX DISTRIBUTION, the number of males and females in given circumstances.
Depressive states usually of moderate intensity in contrast with major depression present in neurotic and psychotic disorders.
The degree of closeness or acceptance an individual or group feels toward another individual or group.
A generic concept reflecting concern with the modification and enhancement of life attributes, e.g., physical, political, moral and social environment; the overall condition of a human life.
Undertaking a task involving a challenge for achievement or a desirable goal in which there is a lack of certainty or a fear of failure. It may also include the exhibiting of certain behaviors whose outcomes may present a risk to the individual or to those associated with him or her.
Assessment of psychological variables by the application of mathematical procedures.
Studies in which variables relating to an individual or group of individuals are assessed over a period of time.
The state of society as it exists or in flux. While it usually refers to society as a whole in a specified geographical or political region, it is applicable also to restricted strata of a society.
Abstract standards or empirical variables in social life which are believed to be important and/or desirable.
Age as a constituent element or influence contributing to the production of a result. It may be applicable to the cause or the effect of a circumstance. It is used with human or animal concepts but should be differentiated from AGING, a physiological process, and TIME FACTORS which refers only to the passage of time.
The presence of co-existing or additional diseases with reference to an initial diagnosis or with reference to the index condition that is the subject of study. Comorbidity may affect the ability of affected individuals to function and also their survival; it may be used as a prognostic indicator for length of hospital stay, cost factors, and outcome or survival.
Government sponsored social insurance programs.
Elements of limited time intervals, contributing to particular results or situations.
The branch of psychology concerned with the effects of group membership upon the behavior, attitudes, and beliefs of an individual.
A personality trait rendering the individual acceptable in social or interpersonal relations. It is related to social acceptance, social approval, popularity, social status, leadership qualities, or any quality making him a socially desirable companion.
The process by which an aspect of self image is developed based on in-group preference or ethnocentrism and a perception of belonging to a social or cultural group. (From APA, Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms, 8th ed.)
Organized institutions which provide services to ameliorate conditions of need or social pathology in the community.
Involvement in community activities or programs.
Studies in which individuals or populations are followed to assess the outcome of exposures, procedures, or effects of a characteristic, e.g., occurrence of disease.
An interactive process whereby members of a community are concerned for the equality and rights of all.
Behavioral or attitudinal compliance with recognized social patterns or standards.
The status during which female mammals carry their developing young (EMBRYOS or FETUSES) in utero before birth, beginning from FERTILIZATION to BIRTH.
Any enhancement of a motivated behavior in which individuals do the same thing with some degree of mutual stimulation and consequent coordination.
Observation of a population for a sufficient number of persons over a sufficient number of years to generate incidence or mortality rates subsequent to the selection of the study group.
The state of estrangement individuals feel in cultural settings that they view as foreign, unpredictable, or unacceptable.
Anxiety disorders in which the essential feature is persistent and irrational fear of a specific object, activity, or situation that the individual feels compelled to avoid. The individual recognizes the fear as excessive or unreasonable.

Focus on adolescent pregnancy and childbearing: a bit of history and implications for the 21st century. (1/229)

Early childbearing in the United States has roots in the past; is the focus of intense partisan debate at the present time; and will have demographic, social, and economic ramifications in the future. It is an extremely complex issue, for which its associated problems have no easy or simple answers. Early parenthood is viewed as a social problem that has defied public policy attempts to stem its growth. It has become the focus of concern primarily for three reasons: (1) sexual activity has increased sharply, most recently among the youngest teens; (2) out-of-wedlock childbearing has risen among all teenagers, regardless of age; and (3) the issue of welfare. A review of statistics highlights the problem and discussion focuses on means of mitigating the negative effects of early childbearing.  (+info)

Problems of transition from tax-based system of health care finance to mandatory health insurance model in Russia. (2/229)

This article examines three problems burdening the Russian system of health care finance in transition period: (a) unrealistic government promise to cover health care coverage too wide to be achieved with available resources; (b) inefficient management of health care delivery systems; and (c) lack in evidence of actual positive changes effected by the new players: mandatory health insurance carriers and funds. Radical reshaping of the health benefits promised by the government and introduction of patient co-payments are considered as a way to normalize public health sector finance and operations. Two alternative approaches to the reform of the existing eclectic system of health care management are available. Institutional preconditions for operational effectiveness of third-party purchasers of health services in public-financed health sector are defined.  (+info)

Reflections on a painful transition: from socialized to insurance medicine in Russia. (3/229)

After the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, Russia decided to replace its deeply flawed and under-funded system of socialized medicine by a scheme of health insurance that involved the decentralization of health services and of off-budget financing. Every enterprise would pay 3.6% of its salary fund into a Regional Health Insurance Fund, and the Fund would finance private insurance companies that would compete for clients. The non-working population would have its insurance premiums paid from the budgets of regions or municipalities. The transition from one system to another has been problematic and plagued with a variety of problems not the least of which is that the Russian economic structure is not geared to sustain an insurance system at the present time. The Russian case presents an instructive experiment with the premature introduction of a scheme touted as an "anti-model" to socialized medicine and geared to market and legal arrangements that are, as yet, largely non-existent. Under-funding of health services remains and leads to the polarization of the population into those few who can afford private care, and the vast majority for whom this care is difficult to obtain, or unobtainable. This has ominous political implications.  (+info)

Pathologies of power: rethinking health and human rights. (4/229)

The field of health and human rights has grown quickly, but its boundaries have yet to be traced. Fifty-one years after the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, consensus regarding the most promising directions for the future is lacking; however, outcome-oriented assessments lead us to question approaches that rely solely on recourse to formal legal and civil rights. Similarly unpromising are approaches that rely overmuch on appeals to governments: careful study reveals that state power has been responsible for most human rights violations and that most violations are embedded in "structural violence"--social and economic inequities that determine who will be at risk for assaults and who will be shielded. This article advances an agenda for research and action grounded in the struggle for social and economic rights, an agenda suited to public health and medicine, whose central contributions to future progress in human rights will be linked to the equitable distribution of the fruits of scientific advancement. Such an approach is in keeping with the Universal Declaration but runs counter to several of the reigning ideologies of public health, including those favoring efficacy over equity.  (+info)

Sanctions and the struggle for health in South Africa. (5/229)

This commentary describes the role of a major antiapartheid health organization, the National Medical and Dental Association (NAMDA), in reinforcing and maintaining international pressure on the racist South African government. NAMDA was a constituent of the Mass Democratic Movement (MDM), which was at the forefront in the struggle for freedom in South Africa. NAMDA endorsed the programs of the banned African National Congress (ANC), which included a range of sanctions. Debates within NAMDA on enlarging sanctions into an academic boycott are summarized. The development of a policy of selective academic support, which approved academic exchanges in accord with the aims of the MDM, is explained. Indirect evidence shows that international pressures created by specific types of economic sanctions and the forms of academic boycott decided on by NAMDA achieved their objectives. I have highlighted the tension between these strategies, which resulted in the isolation of the apartheid regime, as well as the responsibility to protect the most vulnerable from the burdens that resulted from these policies.  (+info)

Adolescent alcohol use and the community health agenda: a study of leaders' perceptions in 28 small towns. (6/229)

The study assessed leaders' perceptions of adolescent alcohol use as a public health issue in 28 small communities in northern Minnesota, as part of formative evaluation for a community-based intervention to reduce adolescent alcohol access and consumption. One hundred and eighteen leaders from five key community sectors were interviewed about their perceptions of social, health and alcohol-related problems in their communities. Analyses indicated that school representatives and police chiefs perceived adolescent alcohol use and related problems to be serious; newspaper editors mentioned other social problems more often; and mayors and business representatives did not perceive adolescent alcohol problems to be as serious. In relation to efforts to affect local policy, the study suggested government and business sectors in these communities may need to be educated about the problem to build its importance on the community agenda of health issues. Thus community leaders in some sectors may comprise a key target audience for intervention.  (+info)

Trends in social consequences and dependence symptoms in the United States: the National Alcohol Surveys, 1984-1995. (7/229)

OBJECTIVES: Given the decline in alcohol use in the United States since the 1980s, the purpose of this study was to assess shifts in self-reported social consequences of alcohol use (and 5 consequences subscales) and dependence symptoms from 1984 to 1995. METHODS: This study used data from 3 national alcohol surveys based on household probability samples of current drinkers (adults) in 1984, 1990, and 1995; samples sizes were 1503, 1338, and 1417, respectively. RESULTS: Overall, few changes in prevalence of social consequences or dependence symptoms were found. Significantly lower prevalence rates of 2 consequences subscales (accidents/legal problems and work problems) were reported between 1984 and 1990, but prevalence rates did not change for any of the scales from 1990 to 1995. CONCLUSIONS: This stability in alcohol-related outcomes despite reductions in alcohol consumption may be a result of cultural shifts in which problem amplification occurs in "drier" historical periods. Furthermore, rates of alcohol-related problems may be approaching their lowest limit and may not be readily influenced by any additional decreases in alcohol consumption.  (+info)

The effect of poverty, social inequity, and maternal education on infant mortality in Nicaragua, 1988-1993. (8/229)

OBJECTIVES: This study assessed the effect of poverty and social inequity on infant mortality risks in Nicaragua from 1988 to 1993 and the preventive role of maternal education. METHODS: A cohort analysis of infant survival, based on reproductive histories of a representative sample of 10,867 women aged 15 to 49 years in Leon, Nicaragua, was conducted. A total of 7073 infants were studied; 342 deaths occurred during 6394 infant-years of follow-up. Outcome measures were infant mortality rate (IMR) and relative mortality risks for different groups. RESULTS: IMR was 50 per 1000 live births. Poverty, expressed as unsatisfied basic needs (UBN) of the household, increased the risk of infant death (adjusted relative risk [RR] = 1.49; 95% confidence interval [CI] = 1.15, 1.92). Social inequity, expressed as the contrast between the household UBN and the predominant UBN of the neighborhood, further increased the risk (adjusted RR = 1.74; 95% CI = 1.12, 2.71). A protective effect of the mother's educational level was seen only in poor households. CONCLUSIONS: Apart from absolute level of poverty, social inequity may be an independent risk factor for infant mortality in a low-income country. In poor households, female education may contribute to preventing infant mortality.  (+info)

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Alexander Billioux, MD, DPhil, assistant secretary of the Louisiana Department of Health, has a vision that moves beyond screening for health-related social needs toward investments in upstream improvements to SDOH in Louisiana. Having previously served as the Director of the Division of Public Health Incentives and Infrastructure at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI), Billioux has dual expertise in the federal and state-level policy landscapes. His work illustrates the role public health agencies play in leading healthcare delivery system efforts to address both individual health-related social needs and community-wide SDOH.. During Billiouxs tenure, CMMI developed the Accountable Health Communities (AHC) Model to test whether systematically screening for and addressing five health-related social needs reduces total healthcare costs or improves health outcomes. The AHC model funds bridge organizations to act as a hub that connects individuals who are dually eligible for ...
BACKGROUND:Change in socio-economic status and various health problems adversely affect an individuals way of life during old age. OBJECTIVES:To study the health and social problems of the elderly and their attitude towards life. MATERIALS AND METHODS:Descriptive study carried out in the Field practice area of the Department of Community Medicine in South India. A total of 213 elderly patients (60 years old and above) who attended the outreach clinics were interviewed using a pre-tested schedule. Findings were described in terms of proportions and percentages to study the socio-economic status of the samples and its correlation to social problems. RESULTS:Around 73% of the patients belonged to the age group of 60-69 years old. Nearly half of the respondents were illiterate. Around 48% felt they were not happy in life. A majority of them had health problems such as hypertension followed by arthritis, diabetes, asthma, cataract, and anemia. About 68% of the patients said that the attitude of ...
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Madness, previously viewed as an interesting, if inconvenient, manifestation of humanity, came to be seen as a social problem in need of correction.
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Santorum, who came out of sixth place in Iowa less than two weeks ago to finish in a virtual dead heat with Mitt Romney, is not a one-dimensional candidate. Political junkies whose TV screens were wide enough to find him on the far right (politically) or far left (spatially) at every GOP debate heard a former Pennsylvania senator and congressman well-versed on topics ranging from immigration to Iran.. His campaign, however, has focused largely on social issues, based on Santorums belief that family and faith are the building blocks for everything else. He often mentions our special child, the couples 3-year-old daughter Bella, born with the genetic disorder Trisomy 18, as well as their stillborn son Gabriel, brought home from the hospital in 1996 so his siblings could meet him.. Its a message that inspires and alienates Americans on opposite sides of some of the nations most explosive social issues: Abortion. Disability. Gay marriage. Dont ask, dont tell.. And its a message from which ...
This course will introduce the student to the history of the Atlantic slave trade from 1500 to 1900. The student will learn about the slave trade, its causes, and its effects on Africa, Europe, and the Americas. By the end of the course, the student will understand how the Atlantic slave trade began as a fledgling enterprise of the English, Portuguese, and Spanish in the 1500s and why, by the mid-eighteenth century, the trade dominated Atlantic societies and economies. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: think analytically about the various meanings of slave and slavery during the age of the Atlantic slave trade; identify and describe the triangular trade and define the Atlantic World; identify and describe the logic for enslavement of Africans by Europeans; identify and describe the African ethnic groups enslaved by Europeans and those captives New World destinations; identify and describe the early slaving voyages of the Portuguese and Spanish. Students will also ...
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The overall differences in mean scores in the replication study suggest that improved targeting has increased the proportion of complex cases in CMHT case-loads. Each of the three professional groups had experienced a similar increase in mean scores between the two studies, while the total case-load size in all these locations remained broadly similar at about 6000 cases. The mean MARC2 scores of social workerscases remains significantly higher than the scores of nurses and occupational therapists. There could be a number of possible explanations for this finding: the nature of the MARC2 items, which contain several items relating to serious social problems, and if social workers accept cases with more social problems then there will be higher complexity scores in their case-loads; at the same time, it may be that the nurses in the teams are increasingly focused on evidence-based interventions with people facing less complex problems but ones that are amenable to modern effective interventions. ...
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Back in the day, my recreational sport of preference was drinking my face off and partying until I literally banged my face off the floor. I hit a phase, shortly after I dropped out of college, that was literally sleep all day, party all night. I had social anxiety back then too, but I tried…
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Economists and neuroscientists from the California Institute of Technology have shown that they can use information obtained through functional magnetic resonance imaging measurements of whole-brain activity to create feasible, efficient and fair solutions to one of the stickiest dilemmas in economics, the public-goods free-rider problem -- long thought to be unsolvable. This is one of the first-ever applications of neurotechnology to real-life economic problems, the researchers note.
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In Ghana children as young as 5 are sold into slavery and forced to bring in fish often times having to swim 15 feet down to untangle nets and they do this alone or with other children their age. One boy states that his mother sold him for $20 to be able to feed his younger siblings...he was only 8 years old ...
Children reared in unfavorable socioeconomic circumstances show increased susceptibility to the chronic diseases of aging when they reach the fifth and sixth decades of life. One mechanistic hypothesis for this phenomenon suggests that social adversity in early life programs biological systems in a manner that persists across decades and thereby accentuates vulnerability to disease. Here we examine the basic tenets of this hypothesis by performing genome-wide transcriptional profiling in healthy adults who were either low or high in socioeconomic status (SES) in early life. Among subjects with low early-life SES, there was significant up-regulation of genes bearing response elements for the CREB/ATF family of transcription factors that conveys adrenergic signals to leukocytes, and significant down-regulation of genes with response elements for the glucocorticoid receptor, which regulates the secretion of cortisol and transduces its antiinflammatory actions in the immune system. Subjects from ...
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A growing scholarship on multistakeholder learning dialogues suggests the importance of closely managing learning processes to help stakeholders anticipate which policies are likely to be effective. Much less work has focused on how to manage effective transnational multistakeholder learning dialogues, many of which aim to help address critical global environmental and social problems such as climate change or biodiversity loss. They face three central challenges. First, they rarely shape policies and behaviors directly, but work to nudge or tip the scales in domestic settings. Second, they run the risk of generating compromise approaches incapable of ameliorating the original problem definition for which the dialogue was created. Third, they run the risk of being overly influenced, or captured, by powerful interests whose rationale for participating is to shift problem definitions or narrow instrument choices to those innocuous to their organizational or individual interests. Drawing on ...
Health workers visited homes, went along to doctor appointments, made sure medicines were available and tackled social problems including homelessness, addiction and mental health issues. The program looked so promising that the federal government and the MacArthur Foundation gave big bucks to expand
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Every woman faces some mental changes in the old age as she starts to consider to herself old in a special age. Problems of old age is very critical to fight, we have some tips for solve physical and social problems.
If even a single instance of smoking were to consign a movie to R status because of its potential to influence children to smoke, immediate parallel questions arise about a wide range of other potentially adverse role modelling cues in films. Smoking causes massive health problems, but in that it is not unique. Globally, large-scale health and social problems flow from many activities that also often appear in movies. These include crime, physical inactivity, over-eating, excessive use of alcohol, unsafe sex, speeding and dangerous driving, gambling, risk taking such as extreme sport and adventure, motor cycle use and helmet-less cycling. For example, by the same reasoning that movies showing smoking might normalise or glamorise tobacco use, it could be argued that film should never show positive scenes of gluttony or actors enthusiastically eating fast food because of the obesity epidemic and millions of overweight and obese children struggling to control their weight. Countless comedy scripts ...
The majority of wars today are intrastate conflicts fought with small arms, and where such conflicts take place, many of those fighting are children.
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The effects of drug dependence on social systems has helped shape the generally held view that drug dependence is primarily a social problem, not a health pro
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Roughly, it is over four units a day, but another rule of thumb is any amount which has led to any health problem, social problem...
Dickie Pilager: [Conducting an improptu press conference on his front porch.] I repeat Im not raising taxes. We cant just keep throwing the taxpayers hard-earned money at these perceived ... and some of them I admit are real ... so-called social problems. We have to get our priorities straight. Education is a priority. Affordable housing for our working people is a priority. Health care is a priority. Our economy is a priority. The environmental ... the whole environmental ... arena ... thats a big priority. Building new roads and maintaining the present ... keeping the infrastructure in place, where it belongs, thats a priority ...
The Hire the Ability Edition formed its jury with public figures involved in solving social problems and in promoting the rights of people with disa
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The media today loves a good story about a white woman in peril. Whether it be the kidnapping of a little white girl or the murder of a middle-class white mother, the media makes sure we know about it. It shouldnt be too surprising that turn-of-the-century books fixated on the white womans peril as well. They too didnt care much for the plight of minorities or minority women, and in fact, by using the word white slave trade, they explicitly exclude non-whites from their concerns. So what is the white slave trade discussed in Fighting the Traffic in Young Girls or War on the White Slave Trade (1910)? It basically refers to white women working as prostitutes, against their will or willingly. The same subject matter is featured in The Soul Traders (1910), also shown above. Now, the only question left is which book portrays the subject more poignantly-- the cell bars of Fighting the Traffic or the spider web chains shown on The Soul Traders. ...
The Slave Trade. In order to understand the historical aspects of the activities which became known as the slave trade, it is necessary to be aware of the ambitious economic greed that sparked it. The enslaving of Africans was practiced long before the voyages of Europeans to the Gold Coast. Beginning on a small scale, African rulers of various states traded their own people for surplus goods. Slaves were kept on estates that engaged in production for the ruler. The trading between Africans resulted in an interconnected system of trade networks along Africa s many rivers. African rulers likewise became deeply involved in interstate commerce. With the arrival of Europeans, African rulers recognized international trade as a new profitable source of revenue. After 1500, European merchants increased their imports from Africa and slaves became one of the most valuable commodities. The exportation of Africans as slaves was nevertheless possible because so many African rulers and their established ... Published on 29 Sep 2012 Africas Slave Trade to Colonialism to Liberation / The history behind Africas slave trade, how it started, and where in Africa it began first. African chiefs used to sell their own people in exchange for valued goods, or treasured assets. Then, when the Europeans arrived they began trading with…
The Accountable Health Communities Model will support up to 44 bridge organizations, through cooperative agreements, which will deploy a common, comprehensive screening assessment for health-related social needs among all Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries accessing care at participating clinical delivery sites. The model will test three scalable approaches to addressing health-related social needs and linking clinical and community services - community referral, community service navigation, and community service alignment. ...
If we can agree that poverty is a social problem, we are led to another question: what sort of social problem is it? For some, it is a social problem because people should not be poor: it involves social injustice. For others, poverty is a social problem because poor people behave badly (or bring up children poorly): it involves social disorder. We therefore have another parting of the ways, with some believing that social justice requires poor people to become less poor, and others believing ...
If we can agree that poverty is a social problem, we are led to another question: what sort of social problem is it? For some, it is a social problem because people should not be poor: it involves social injustice. For others, poverty is a social problem because poor people behave badly (or bring up children poorly): it involves social disorder. We therefore have another parting of the ways, with some believing that social justice requires poor people to become less poor, and others believing ...
DAKAR (AFP) - On a tiny island a 20-minute ferry ride from the Senegalese capital Dakar, holidaymakers congregate around tour guides at the Maison des Esclaves museum to learn of the horrors of the Atlantic slave trade.. Yet few realise that in the religious schools dotted among their hotels modern-day slaveholders are abusing and starving thousands of west African children who are forced onto the streets to beg for their unscrupulous masters.. At least 50,000 boys known as talibes - the vast majority aged between four and 12 - are forced to beg in Senegals streets most of the day, every day, by often brutally abusive Koranic teachers known as marabouts.. Senegal should not stand by while tens of thousands of talibe children are subjected every day to beatings, gross neglect, and, in fact, conditions akin to slavery, Georgette Gagnon, of Human Rights Watch, said on the release of a report into the practice.. In the Muslim-majority nation where these religious leaders wield enormous social and ...
Transcript of the talk Transatlantic slave trade - exploring the legacy given by David Fleming at the AFRICOM conference, 5 October 2006, in which he outlined plans for the International Slavery Museum. Part of the National Museums Liverpool group.
Many problems arose during a slave ships journey. One major issue was the fact that Dysentery ran rampant throughout the entire ship. Dysentery is a disease where your colon becomes inflamed and it causes one to have bloody diarrhea. This as you can imagine, is one disgusting and even worse, it can be fatal. Being packed into a slave ship there are obviously no bathrooms, so the slaves had to just use the bathroom where they were, and then they would be lying down in it for the rest of the trip. This also goes for others, not only would you be lying in your on feces, but also eveyones around you. This allowed the disease to thrive in slave ships, and cause death. This was the part the ship owners did not like, having your cargo die was not good business. Instead of trying to solve the problem by making the ships cleaner, they decided to pack even more slaves onto the ship with the thought of knowing many will die, but since more were packed into the ship it would even itself out ...
Bringing rice to the New World created a circle of events that the New World is still dealing with today. With rice came Africans who cared for the rice. With Africans came malaria, which many slaves were immune to but white farmers were not. This was one of many factors that helped to sustain and keep the slave trade going. The slave trade and slavery are often blamed as a factor for racism that still exists today in America. What if rice had not been brought to the New World? Would the slave trade have lasted so long? With fewer breeding grounds, would mosquitoes not have flourished and spread malaria in the New World? One can only imagine how history might be different if rice had never been brought to the New World. Rice has had lasting effects on the New World and has changed the history of the New World. (Mann, 2011). ...
To discover significant social issues such as unemployment, economy crisis, social welfare etc. that are urgent issues to be solved in a modern society, in the existing approach, researchers usually collect opinions from professional experts and scholars through either online or offline surveys. However, such a method does not seem to be effective from time to time. As usual, due to the problem of expense, a large number of survey replies are seldom gathered. In some cases, it is also hard to find out professional persons dealing with specific social issues. Thus, the sample set is often small and may have some bias. Furthermore, regarding a social issue, several experts may make totally different conclusions because each expert has his subjective point of view and different background. In this case, it is considerably hard to figure out what current social issues are and which social issues are really important. To surmount the shortcomings of the current approach, in this paper, we develop a ...
Review request for mesos, Artem Harutyunyan, Joris Van Remoortere, Joseph Wu, and Klaus Ma. Bugs: MESOS-4124 Repository: mesos Description ------- Enabled slave get ALLOCATION_SLACK metrics. Diffs ----- src/slave/metrics.hpp 2c22de521309806d70f9bd124359756b5e4c75b4 src/slave/metrics.cpp 1b73121264de3ff6eabc8f620e5b4d5930ba5d43 src/slave/slave.hpp b7586ce42bfac9d9885a3eb8d82deb94680c236c src/slave/slave.cpp 9bd86e122c070cd072a54d4de8097f844bd95bb0 Diff: Testing ------- $ curl; 2,/dev/null, jq . , grep alloc_slack slave/cpus_alloc_slack_revocable_percent: 0, slave/cpus_alloc_slack_revocable_total: 3, slave/cpus_alloc_slack_revocable_used: 0, slave/disk_alloc_slack_revocable_percent: 0, slave/disk_alloc_slack_revocable_total: 0, slave/disk_alloc_slack_revocable_used: 0, slave/mem_alloc_slack_revocable_percent: 0, ...
The providing of slaves meant something to pay off the traders, which meant textiles, liquor and manufactured goods (including weapons, of course) flowing south from Europe to Africa, slaves from Africa to the Americas and then sugar, tobacco, cotton and whatever other raw materials the Americas could produce flowing back to Europe. For two centuries, this triangle made Europe the richest most powerful political force on earth, not to mention the added impetus for overcoming things like disease, navigation, enemy aliens and other problem-solving methods that were employed in order to keep the guns, liquor, slaves, sugar and tobacco flowing. The pressure to remove obstacles from the paths of the traders - and the competition between mariner states to get a bigger share - built the western pattern of science, medicine, politics and economic drive we have inherited. Of course, we still have these triangles - but they are interwoven triangles and quadrangles that bind the hands of states beholden ...
Review request for mesos, Niklas Nielsen and Vinod Kone. Bugs: MESOS-2277 Repository: mesos Description ------- Added help for slave Diffs ----- src/slave/http.cpp b5e77b09435e50db5231a2b32faf76dab91dae54 src/slave/slave.hpp 245ea062a56461d96ee3055be1c93ec508d1bec7 src/slave/slave.cpp 271cb03770cd08406054dfce35d0821475e49b05 Diff: Testing ------- make check Thanks, Aditi Dixit ...
Contained within this book is Medicine, Science, Religion, Politics, Social Issues, International Affairs. It is to answer many of the complex and questionable issues affecting peoples lives across the world. Some of the fundamental truths have been falsies for ages. Equipped with intense research, this book will unravel those old myths and falsies. ...
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This book discusses concepts of good design from social perspectives grounded in anthropology, sociology and philosophy, the goal being to provide readers with an awareness of social issues to help th problems in India ...
Learning difficulties and behavioral problems during childhood can lead to suboptimal social and educational outcomes among young adults with childhood epilepsy.
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In addition to choosing a president and members of Congress, voters in several states will weigh in on high-profile social issues on Nov. 6. Here are some of the key voter initiatives on ballots:
We are not independent. Constitutionally we are slaves of the slave, and there we thrive. We are to appreciate that slavery is our fortune. But this is a hard nut to crack, to accept this. How can slavery be for our gain, for our fortune? Krsna is so great that His slavery is of a high, noble order. He is so good, so great. Without that sort of disposition it is impossible for us to approach Him, to have any intimate connection. He lives in such a high sphere that it is impossible to meet Him. Only by the acceptance of His intimate slavery can we hope to enter that domain. It is so high for us, so very high. We should really try to understand how slavery is the highest attainment. Just calculate how much higher is the position that Krsna holds.. Divine slavery is spontaneous and happy. The very atmosphere is so happy, that if by any means we can enter into that atmosphere, we cannot but be happy, according to our best understanding, our best feeling and conception. It is all-satisfying; slavery ...
So what if culture was increasingly just another product to be bought and sold, used and discarded, like so many tubes of toothpaste? Even Los Angeles, long derided as a cultural desert, would by the turn of the century boast a flourishing and internationally respected opera company, a thriving archipelago of museums with world-class collections, and dozens of bookstores selling in some years more books per capita than were sold in the greater New York area. The middlebrows triumph was all but assured.. The arrival of the Internet by centurys end promised to make that victory complete. As the Wall Street Journal reported in a front-page story in 1998, America was increasingly wealthy, worldly, and wired. Notions of elitism and snobbery seemed to be collapsing upon the palpable catholicity of a public whose curiosities were ever more diverse and eclectic and whose ability to satisfy them had suddenly and miraculously expanded. We stood, it appeared, on the verge of a munificent new world-a ...
The difference between where human civilization started and where it is today is mind-boggling. Despite our experiences and great achievements, there are s
How did America build a new nation based on principles of liberty and equality while justifying the existence of slavery? Did American slavery and American freedom have to exist side by side in the nation? How has this history shaped current views about race? Africans in America: Americas Journey through Slavery, takes on these tough questions in a four-part documentary series which debuted in October, 1998 on PBS. As the United States continues to struggle with issues of race and equality in modern society, this landmark television event examines the historical roots of some of todays most disturbing social problems. Africans in America executive producer Orlando Bagwell believes its important to look back and learn from the past. When we realize that weve spent more time as a people with slavery than without it, we can begin to see it as a centerpiece of our national identity, says Bagwell. My hope is that Africans in America offers an opportunity for open discussion of issues that ...
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In the crews of ships that transported Africans across the Atlantic to the Americas, free black men worked with white men, and occupational and class ties often cut across racial lines, writes Emma Christopher. I am used to the stony faces staring back at me as I speak. The audience, especially at North American conferences, rarely looks accepting of my research. The events might have taken place more than 200 years ago, but they remain alive in the minds of African-Americans, and the question of monetary reparations is a political hot potato. The slave trade, those faces seem to say, was an atrocity founded on racial inequality - but studying the sailors who worked in the slave trade tells a rather more complicated story, one that many people are understandably uncomfortable with. The 1785 rebellion on the slave ship Amity illustrates the point well. It happened when the ship was heading east across the Atlantic Ocean from Virginia towards the African landmass. Two slaves known as Dick and Will ...
Slavery. A slave is someone who is owned by another person Slaves were forced to work their whole lives without pay. Slaves were a piece of property, so owners were allowed to do whatever they want with their slaves. They could whip tem, sell them, or even work them to death. Slideshow 3780557 by nen
Demographic information was obtained, including age, level of education, income, race and HIV status, which was confirmed in a subsample using an oral HIV test. High risk HIV risk behaviour was defined as unprotected anal sex with a man of a different or unknown HIV status. Four psychosocial problems were also measured. These were: the use of three or more recreational drugs; a history of major depression; partner violence; and, childhood sexual abuse. Using the results, the investigators created two models. The first looked that the characteristics of men reporting each of the four psychosocial problems. The second tested whether these health problems were additive. The investigators established that each of the health problems was independently associated with the others. In addition drug use (OR=2.2; 95% CI=1.7-2.8), partner violence (OR=1.5; 95% CI=1.2-1.9) were significantly associated with being HIV-positive, and depression (OR=1.2; 95% CI = 0.9 - 1.9) and childhood sexual abuse (0R 1.1; ...
Social policy is the lively and engaging study of the way in which social issues and policies impact on the well-being of individuals, families and groups in society. Our programme will enable you to understand the causes of social problems...
FEMALE SLAVE TRAINING GUIDE for BDSM play: The Master is an artist , His slave the clay, with the whip He will shape her , with humility He will mold her, Some will admire her, But only the Master, not even the slave, will know her true beauty, for her true beauty lies in her obedience for her Master. Note: BDSM, slave training should always be consensual.. ...
Disclosure is made of a system for remote transmission of the angular position and force between the master and slave shafts, which includes master and slave synchronous machines (1,2) whose shaft position sensors (9,10) are electrically connected to inputs (11,12) of a unit (13) for assigning orientation of stator magnetic fields of the synchronous master and slave machines and to information inputs (15,14) of a device (16) for assigning the amplitude of stator magnetic fields of master and slave synchronous machines, having its output electrically connected to a control input (21) of a unit (22) producing current in the windings of the synchronous machines, having its setting input (23) connected to the output of the unit (13) for orientation assigning. The outputs of the producing current unit (22) are connected to electrically linked respective windings of the synchronous machines (1,2). The amplitude assigning device (16l ) comprises a unit (17)
Behavior and Social Issues is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal which serves as a primary scholarly outlet for articles that advance the analysis of human social behavior, particularly with regard to understanding important social problems.
What is the reason for your premature aging than others? (1) Social factors: Su Wen · Shu Wu Guo Lun pointed out: Due to the fact that you are out of power, even if you dont attack evil, you will be defeated if you are mentally injured. Due to the rapid changes in social status, it will bring about the spiritual and physical aging. Modern medical research shows that many mental and physical diseases are directly related to fierce competition and excessively stressful social life. For example, the outpatient department of the American General Hospital conducted a random study on patients and found that 65% of patients were associated with social adversity and unemployment , Work is not smooth, family is not in harmony and other factors. Unreasonable social system, bad social customs, backward ideology, and various conflicts between people can make the metabolic function of the human body disorder, leading to premature aging. (2) The natural environment Su Wen · Wu Changzheng Dalun ...
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My Switch Shop Varilight V-Pro IR Series 4 Gang Slave Unit for use with V-Pro IR Master Dimmers [IJFVS004] - Varilight V-Pro IR Series 4 Gang multi-way tactile touch button dimming Slave, on a Double Plate, for use with the V-Pro IR Series Touch and Remote Master Dimmers only, for 2 Way and Multi-Way Circuits. The Master dimmer has special software with the ability to adjust the minimum brightness, and
Toilet slave quickly eats Alinas diarrhea with fart. At the beginning of the video Alina says that she ate yesterday: fish, pasta, drank kefir and others, and orders her personal toilet slave to eat and swallow all her shit, but she did not tell the slave that she drank a laxative last night before going to bed... In
Teenager social life is a very serious problem in this generation and there is many kind of problem, for examples: friends, gossip, communication, bullying, peer pressure, social networks, and the like. In the same time, there are many ways by letting teenagers easily get influenced. And most of the teenagers been influenced is because of family problems and friends issues. So today we will be exploring this social problem that would affect the forefront of teenage life. Teenagers social life is all about how a teenager will become and in the same time family and friend is the most important characters in these cases. Most of the socialization teenagers are because of their parents did not spend their times with their children. As parents, is to properly shelter their own children until they are mature enough to handle the next step. In fact, parents always thinks that their children able to solve their own problems. But the fact is, teenagers should always be accompanied by their parents, ...
ASCAP readers will be familiar with this model which sees an episode of depression as a de-escalating strategy operating at MacLeans reptilian brain level. Using the analogy of shivering in response to cold, we say to patients that, if we were treating shivering, we would not start massaging the muscles and injecting them with muscle relaxants - rather, we would be asking questions such as, Why havent you turned on the central heating? Likewise, in treating the depressive response to social adversity or failure to achieve goals, we say, Why havent you dealt with this problem at the higher level, either carrying out a successful escalation in spite of your depression, or de-escalating by backing off or getting the Hell out of the situation or relationship? Russell Gardner, who, like me, has used this to effect in psychotherapy, has a concept of ATP in which the patient is advised to recruit Allies, to Think, and to Plan.(8) To plan a strategy in the presence of friends and family is a ...
Qualified and healthy lifestyle consists of extensive broad dimensions of physical health, resistance against diseases, fast recovery following disease, better social communications, flexibility in facing social problems, better education, better interactions, stress management, transcendental individual and social behavior, as well as morality. A variety of the contemporary academic studies and scientific findings secure emphases on the effects of environmental conditions and social policies on community mental function and cognitive proficiency related processes in healthy lifestyle formation.
Actress Demi Moore partners with CNN Freedom Project for a compelling documentary on the lives of former sex slaves and the fight to rescue more women forced to work in brothels. Moore hears the emotional, first-hand experiences of young survivors and plays with their children as she searches for answers to end this form of modern-day slavery.
Each passing year, we hear both of new advancements and new controversies in the field of real dolls, sex dolls, and VR porn. These advancements will inevitably change the social landscape and most likely contribute to various social problems, but on the other hand they are also the result of the social landscape. These things are not merely produced in isolation.. Despite my indifference and even dislike of these things, I cant help but admire them on a technological level. Just having the robot speak requires coordinating a whole team of engineers on the hardware side and programmers on the software side to get those movements close enough to the real thing.. There are artists who construct accurate, yet artificial faces from models and stock images. The robots speech might come from an actual human voice actor, which is then sent through programming algorithms that change the pitch and tone to mimic human emotions. Human words flow into each other from word to word, sentence to sentence, ...
How to Cite: Vannieuwenborg L, De Lepeleire J, Buntinx F. Prevalence and management of psychosocial problems in primary care in Flanders. International Journal of Integrated Care. 2013;13(6):None. DOI: ...
This years election could have put the state on the cutting edge for a revolution of change, but its business as usual, and for the social services and health industry that spells disaster, the states Democratic chairman said. Randy Horiuchi said, ``We had the sense to vote the initiatives down, but what the initiatives did to the elections was bad. At a time when things must happen to make the state great, the election shifted to taxes and taxes only. Social services and health care issues were not even addressed. That made me literally ill.
We often approach a social problem by splitting it into its social and biological root causes, and assuming that we can change the social ones while working around the supposedly irreversible biological ones. But when it comes to human behavior, this is often not very useful or informative. As the authors write, their data speak to the multiple causal factors for alcohol misuse, and, in fact, any one variable, taken in isolation, had a small influence in their study. The predictive power of their computer model came from combining variables that were measurable-regardless of whether they could be neatly categorized as social or biological-into a single risk profile. This profile offers clues for how to find and help at-risk teens, and the most effective interventions may turn out to have little to do with directly treating some key social or biological cause of alcohol abuse. As we think about the connection between our social behavior and our biology, we should, like good scientists, be ...
The Governments round-the-clock drinking laws have caused so much trouble they must be torn up and replaced with tough new regulations, says the Shadow Home Secretary.. Chris Grayling set out the plans during his speech at the Conservative Party conference.. He highlighted the violence and social problems associated with heavy drinking and said: No one thinks that the Governments 24 hour drinking regime has led to the creation of a continental café culture.. He added: Our town centres on a Friday and Saturday night can be battle zones for our police.. He said that local parks and local estates are blighted by gangs of young troublemakers fuelled by booze.. At the Labour Party conference Gordon Brown admitted the 24-hour-drinking laws are not working.. The Prime Minister said local authorities would be given power to ban 24-hour drinking throughout a community in the interests of local people.. Mr Grayling spelt out how the Tories would tackle the anti-social behaviour ...
By Henry Sanoff. Community design stands for an alternative style of practice, based on the idea that professional technical knowledge is often inadequate in the resolution of social problems. It is an umbrella term covering community planning, community architecture, social architecture, community development and community participation, all of which emphasize the involvement of local people in the social and physical development of the environment in which they live. Community design represents the addition of moral and political content to professional practice, however, the representation of these ideas has changed over four decades of practice. Today, Community Design Centers (CDC) are too often left dealing with small-scale solutions to issues of poverty and disadvantage while affluent groups use citizen participation techniques, many developed in the community design movement, to secure their own advantaged positions. The community design movement now faces a new challenge: to create a ...
"Constructions of the Berlin Wall: How Material Culture Is Used in Psychological Theory." Social Problems. 53.1 (2006): 18-37. ... "Constructions of the Berlin Wall: How Material Culture Is Used in Psychological Theory." Social Problems. 53.1 (2006): 18-37. ...
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An Essay Review of Three Books on the Problems of Growing up". Social Problems. 10 (4): 394-408. doi:10.2307/799215. ISSN 0037- ...
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Dobash, R. P.; Dobash, R. E.; Wilson, M.; Daly, M. (1992). "The Myth of Sexual Symmetry in Marital Violence". Social Problems. ... Zimmer, Lynn (1988). "Tokenism and Women in the Workplace: The Limits of Gender-Neutral Theory". Social Problems. 35 (1): 64-77 ... Other problems have to do with the payment of the bride price: if the wife wants to leave, her husband may demand the return of ... In social philosophy, objectification is the act of treating a person as an object or thing. Objectification plays a central ...
Rohlinger, Deana A. (2006). "Friends and Foes: Media, Politics, and Tactics in the Abortion War". Social Problems. 53 (4): 537- ... Rohlinger, Deana A. (2015). Abortion Politics, Mass Media, and Social Movements in America. Cambridge University Press. ISBN ...
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Social Problems. 33 (1): 31-40. doi:10.2307/800629. JSTOR 800629. Moloney, Ed (May 1989). "Mistaken Strategy". Fortnight (273 ... p. 6. Slot, Owen (3 June 2001). "'I'll Never Forget That Night the IRA Led Shergar into the Box Without a Problem'". The Sunday ... the caller similarly had problems with Drion's heavy French pronunciation. Ninety minutes later, the caller tried again, with ...
Social Problems. 42 (3): 345. Postel, Danny (11 February 2015). "It Wasn't About Oil, and It Wasn't About the Free Market: Why ... In Media Unlimited, he turns to the unceasing flow of the media torrent, the problems of attention and distraction, and the ... social workers, nurses), and the militantly liberal, especially antiwar denizens of avant-garde cultural zones such as ... he called attention to the ideological framing of the New Left and other social movements, the vexed relations of leadership ...
Weinberg, Martin S. (1965). "Sexual Modesty, Social Meanings, and the Nudist Camp". Social Problems. 12 (3): 311-318. doi: ... Nudity portal Breastfeeding in public List of social nudity organizations List of places where social nudity is practised Naked ... Nudity in social contexts has been practised in various forms by many cultures and in all time periods. In modern Western ... A rise in social conservatism, re-asserting a nudity taboo, may have also contributed to the decline. However, since tolerance ...
Social Problems. 42 (4): 493-512. doi:10.2307/3097043. JSTOR 3097043. "Arrests after fish market protests". 12 October 2019. ... A Journal for and About Social Movements. 7 (1): 40-69. Wrenn, Corey Lee (October 2012). "Applying Social Movement Theory to ... This tactic relies on the popular perception of men as rational and not given to emotion, and follows a trend in social ... However, in [the U.S.], social change has and can occur through the courts, which in many instances do not operate as ...
Social Problems. 36:117_133, 1989. 52.Raphael, K.G., Dohrenwend, B.P., and Marbach, J.J., Illness and Injury Among Children of ... He was responsible for developing research programs applying the social sciences to problems in chronic pain. He linked ... Journal Personality and Social Psychology. 59:1040_1050, 1990. 56.*Marbach, J.J., Lennon, M.C., Link, B.G., and Dohrenwend, B.P ... 51.Lennon, M.C., Link, B.G., Marbach, J.J., and Dohrenwend, B.P., The Stigma of Chronic Facial Pain and Its Impact on Social ...
Social Problems. 47 (4): 559-82. doi:10.2307/3097135. JSTOR 3097135. Conrad, Peter (2007). The Medicalization of Society. ... self-diagnosis but also through promoting the social model of disability. Currently[when?] there exists significant social and ... He described 43 children who had serious problems with sustained attention and self-regulation, who were often aggressive, ... The treatment of children with similar behavioral problems who had survived the epidemic of encephalitis lethargica from 1917 ...
"Challenging global warming as a social problem: An analysis of the conservative movement's counter-claims" (PDF). Social ... Orrell says that the range of future increase in temperature suggested by the IPCC rather represents a social consensus in the ... pb: 0-521-01495-6) Ipcc sar wg3 (1996). Bruce, J.P.; Lee, H.; Haites, E.F. (eds.). Climate Change 1995: Economic and Social ... TNS Opinion and Social (December 2009). "Europeans' Attitudes Towards Climate Change" (Full free text). European Commission. ...
"The Expected: Gender Roles in Pop Culture , Social Problems". Retrieved 30 March 2021. Murphy, Katherine J. ( ... Social expectations develop the minds of youth as it guides them to society's ideals of socialization, social morals and values ... One problem with women looking towards health magazines for help is that these magazines are often filled with images of women ... "The Problem". Women's Media Center. Archived from the original on 10 February 2012. "Who Makes the News , GMMP 2010 Reports". ...
COYOTE and the Reorganization of Prostitution as a Social Problem". Social Problems. 37 (3): 403-420. doi:10.2307/800751. JSTOR ... "Sekswerkers als kwetsbare groep" (PDF). (in Dutch). Federal Public Service Social Security. 2020. ...
Social Problems. Los Angeles, California: University of California Press. 45 (1): 81-101. doi:10.1525/sp.1998.45.1.03x0158b. ... Instead, they view gender as a multifaceted set of diverse intrinsic and social qualities. For example, there are both trans ... Transgender liberation theory offers feminism a new vantage point from which to view gender as a social construct, even ... Lastly, transfeminism shares the unifying principle with other feminisms that gender is a patriarchal social construct used to ...
Social Problems. 50 (3): 348-373. CiteSeerX doi:10.1525/sp.2003.50.3.348. Shearer, Christine (2011). "Kivalina ... If you want to be a nationalist in the 21st century, you have to deny the problem. If you accept the reality of the problem, ... Social psychologist Craig Foster compares climate change denialists to flat-earth believers and the reaction to the latter by ... We have more pressing problems here and now, like AIDS and poverty.' 'We might be able to afford to do something to address ...
Social Problems. 58 (2): 257-280. doi:10.1525/sp.2011.58.2.257. JSTOR 10.1525/sp.2011.58.2.257. Deborah E. McDowell, et al. ( ... Bridges, George S. (1988). "Law, social standing, and racial disparities in punishment". Social Forces. 66 (3): 699-724. doi: ... Social Problems. 58 (2): 257-280. doi:10.1525/sp.2011.58.2.257. Greene, Susan (April 1, 2004). "Mothering and Making It, in and ... social disorganization theory, macrostructural opportunity theory, social control theory, and subcultural theory. Research also ...
Williams, Christine (Aug 1992). "The Glass Escalator: Hidden Advantages for Men in the "Female" Professions". Social Problems. ... Social Problems. 49 (2): 258-277. doi:10.1525/sp.2002.49.2.258. ISSN 0037-7791. Smith, Ryan A. (2011-12-15). "Money, Benefits, ... social work, and librarianship. These professions are sex-segregated and have much higher percentages of women working them. ... The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. doi:10.1177/0002716211422038. S2CID 47009961. Cognard-Black ...
The anatomy of social problems explanations". Social Problems. Oxford University Press. 32 (3): 214-227. doi:10.2307/800680. ... Woolgar, Steve (August 1981). "Interests and explanation in the social study of science". Social Studies of Science. Sage. 11 ( ... Woolgar wrote Laboratory Life: The Construction of Scientific Facts (1979), a social constructionist account of the practice of ... Oxford home page Professor Steve Woolgar (short biography) Society for Social Studies of Science Institute for Science, ...
In 1968 she published the paper "The Homosexual Role" in the journal Social Problems. Based on a survey of gay men in Leicester ... McIntosh, Mary (1968). "The Homosexual Role" (PDF). Social Problems. 16 (2): 182-192. doi:10.2307/800003. JSTOR 800003. ... is a social category coercively imposed on some individuals for the purpose of social control. This paper has been described as ... The Organisation of Crime (1975) Deviance and Social Control (1974), co-authored with Paul Rock. Sex Exposed: Sexuality and the ...
Adamson, Christopher R. (June 1983). "Punishment after Slavery: Southern State Penal Systems, 1865-1890". Social Problems. 30 ( ...
Sejnowski, Terrence J.; Hemmen, J. L. van (2006). 23 problems in systems neuroscience. Oxford [Oxfordshire]: Oxford University ... One of the major problems in neurophysiological memory is how it is maintained and changed through multiple time scales. ... decision sciences and computational modeling to quantitatively define and investigate problems in neurological and psychiatric ... Social cognitive neuroscience. Interdisciplinary. fields. *Consumer neuroscience. *Cultural neuroscience. *Educational ...
... is typically characteristic of people with problems of the prefrontal cortex. Low variability is associated with more normal ... while PIR had greater efficacy in the realms of emotional regulation and social interactions.[9] ... All ASD sufferers exhibit impaired understanding and performance of social and communicative skills, impulsivity, difficulties ...
The third pillar funds potential solutions to social and economic problems, "Societal challenges" (SC). ...
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... any risk that is unreasonable to man or the environment that takes social, economic, and environmental costs as well as ... "FIFRA Lite: A Regulatory Solution or Part of the Pesticide Problem?". Pace Environmental Law Review. 6 (2): 623. Retrieved 12 ...
Flatness of the local terrain and proximity to the bay have made flooding a recurring problem for the area.[13] Baytown and ... social services. 12% Leisure/hospitality. 10% Professional/. business services. 9% Finance/insurance/. real estate. 6% ...
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There are a number of medications and other health problems that can predispose to diabetes.[44] Some of the medications ... Moscou, Susan (2013). "Getting the word out: advocacy, social marketing, and policy development and enforcement". In Truglio- ... fasting glucose or HbA1c and complications such as retinal problems.[10] A fasting or random blood sugar is preferred over the ... Other health problems that are associated include: acromegaly, Cushing's syndrome, hyperthyroidism, pheochromocytoma, and ...
Social Unionism encompasses many unions that use their organizational strength to advocate for social policies and legislation ... Major Problems In The History Of American Workers: Documents and Essays (2002) ... "Social Democratic Party of Germany". ENCYCLOPÆDIA BRITANNICA. 2017 Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.. *^ Fulton, L. (2015). "Trade ... The Crisis of Social Democratic Trade Unionism in Western Europe: The Search for Alternatives (Routledge, 2016). ...
Magnet programs may focus on academics (mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering; humanities; social sciences; fine or ... André-Bechely, Lois (2010). "The Goals of a Voluntary Integration Program and the Problems of Access: A Closer Look at a Magnet ...
... eating is in fact the primary purpose of a social gathering. At many social events, food and beverages are made available to ... pituitary gland malfunction and other endocrine problems, and numerous other illnesses and eating disorders. ... Sharia and Social Engineering: p 143, R. Michael Feener - 2013 *^ FOOD & EATING IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE - Page 73, Joel T. Rosenthal ... Another possible explanation would be that obese individuals do not eat more than the others while having meals due to social ...
Fludd encountered problems with the College examiners, both because of his unconcealed contempt for traditional medical ... Freemasonry-which was a social fraternity, which also originally promoted the scientific and educative view of Comenius, ...
Allee, W. C. (1932). Animal life and social growth. Baltimore: The Williams & Wilkins Company and Associates.. ... Most studies focus on the larger influences where the bulk of energy transfer occurs.[17] "These omissions and problems are ... Peters, R. H. (1988). "Some general problems for ecology illustrated by food web theory". Ecology. 69 (6): 1673-1676. doi: ... and social interactions that affect, sustain, or are modified by living organisms, including humans".[77]:1018 ...
Social Problems. 52 (1): 38-61. doi:10.1525/sp.2005.52.1.38. JSTOR 10.1525/sp.2005.52.1.38.. CS1 maint: ref=harv (link). ... Perspectives from social science and law. London and New York: Routledge. pp. 271-91.. ... 7 Risks and problems *7.1 Negative outcomes *7.1.1 Adequacy of regulation and CAM safety ... Social factors. Authors have speculated on the socio-cultural and psychological reasons for the appeal of alternative medicines ...
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British colonial ethnographers found it difficult to classify some of the Maʻdān's social customs and speculated that they ... remain a serious problem.[26] Rory Stewart observed that throughout history, the Maʻdān were the pawn of many rulers and became ... social, judicial and religious centre of Marsh Arabic life. The mudhif is used as a place to settle disputes, to carry out ...
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"Journal of Rural Problems (Japan) (in Japanese). ISSN 0388-8525.. *^ "Final Straw - Food - Earth - Happiness". www.finalstraw. ... "Social Practice Artwork: A Restaurant and Garden Serving up Connections to Urban Nature". The Nature of Cities. Retrieved 2017 ...
... the VHP led a concerted attack on the social evils of untouchability and casteism while launching social welfare programmes in ... We have no problem. But if you have to choose between Mecca or Islam and India you must choose India. All the Muslims should ... Gail Omvedt, Reinventing Revolution: New Social Movements and the Socialist Tradition in India, Published by M. E. Sharpe, 1993 ... Next few decades saw a steady growth of the influence of the Sangh Parivar in the social and political space of India.[84] ...
The European co-operation in quality assurance, Poland is trying to solve the problem of quality and accreditation in a highly ... Poland wants to decrease the differences in the level of civilization between the country regions and the various social groups ... the national character of educational frameworks will potentially cause problems. ...
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Schools, businesses and social organisations were closed.[157] The initial response was led by Congolese doctors, including ... Prolonged cases are often complicated by the occurrence of long-term problems, such as inflammation of the testicles, joint ... Problems with vision may develop.[39] It is recommended that survivors of EVD wear condoms for at least twelve months after ... Social anthropologists may help find alternatives to traditional rules for burials.[121] ...
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Two unique papers in Numeracy reveal problems with the graphic introduced in the 1999 Kruger and Dunning paper.[12][13] ... As described by social psychologists David Dunning and Justin Kruger, the cognitive bias of illusory superiority results from ... They show how the mathematical problems inherent in the Kruger-Dunning type graph can be overcome by other kinds of graphing ... Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. American Psychological Association. 77 (6): 1121-1134. CiteSeerX ...
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Ronald J. Berger (2002). Fathoming the Holocaust: A Social Problems Approach. Transaction Publishers. p. 57-8. ISBN 0202366111 ... We were faced with the question: what about the women and children? - I have decided on a solution to this problem. I did not ... "Goering orders Heydrich to prepare the plan for the Final Solution of the Jewish Problem". The Holocaust Timeline 1940-1945 ...
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Journal of Public Management & Social Policy. Retrieved April 2, 2016.. *^ a b Transgender 'bathroom bill' leaves Texas ... Yet this would raise the problem of arrangement. One option would be to continue to offer urinals in rows, with separation by ... Journal of Public Management & Social Policy. 19 (1). Archived from the original (PDF) on November 22, 2016.. ... a b Kate Wheeling: Stalled Out: How Social Bias Is Segregating America's Bathrooms - The Pacific Standard ...
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Growing up as an only child doesnt seem to be a social disadvantage in the teen years, suggests new research. The study, ... No Siblings, No Social Problems for Teens. By Traci Pedersen Associate News Editor ... Home » News » Parenting » No Siblings, No Social Problems for Teens. .fn{margin:-2px 0 0 0;font-size:90%!important}.time-read{ ... ...
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  • Survivors of perinatal stroke may be at risk for behavioral problems. (
  • In addition to motor impairment, children with perinatal stroke are at risk for other problems such as epilepsy, learning disorders, cognitive impairment, language delay, and behavioral problems [ 2 , 3 ]. (
  • A number of studies have reported a higher incidence of behavioral problems, particularly social and attention problems, in children with early focal brain injury [ 2 , 4 ]. (
  • found that of 36 children with perinatal stroke, 22% were later diagnosed with behavioral problems [ 2 ]. (
  • This study was a retrospective review of stroke cases in the Kaiser Health System and utilized medical records reports to identify the presence of behavioral problems. (
  • A cohort study of children with hemiplegic CP found that half had behavioral or psychiatric problems, including hyperactivity, conduct disorders, and oppositional behavior [ 8 , 9 ]. (
  • Learning disabilities such as dyslexia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and behavioral problems such as depression or bipolar disorder can play a powerful role in social and educational achievement. (
  • Learning difficulties and behavioral problems during childhood can lead to suboptimal social and educational outcomes among young adults with childhood epilepsy even when their seizures are well under control and their disease in remission, suggested the findings from a study led by researchers at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago. (
  • Learning difficulties and behavioral problems during childhood can lead to suboptimal social and educational outcomes among young adults with childhood epilepsy even when their seizures are well under control and their disease in remission. (
  • Pediatricians," Berg says, "should consider screening children with epilepsy for learning, as well as for behavioral and psychiatric problems. (
  • Psychiatric conditions, the research team cautions, are generally not deemed to stem from childhood epilepsy but can often be lumped together with learning and behavioral problems seen in epilepsy. (
  • The findings support the model and demonstrate that infants with difficulties in decreasing vagal tone during a social/attention task at 9 months of age had significantly more behavioral problems at 3 years of age. (
  • Children living in low‐income households face elevated risks of behavioral problems, but the impact of absolute and relative income to this risk remains unexplored. (
  • Higher absolute household incomes were associated with lower behavioral problems, while higher income rank was associated with lower behavioral problems only at the highest absolute incomes. (
  • Higher absolute household incomes were associated with lower behavioral problems among children in working households, indicating compounding effects of income and socioeconomic advantages. (
  • Both absolute and relative incomes therefore appear to influence behavioral problems. (
  • Although behavioral therapies can improve some symptoms of autism, there is currently no effective treatment for these problems. (
  • Among children with emotional, behavioral, and developmental conditions, problem social behaviors are more common. (
  • Among children without emotional, behavioral, or developmental conditions, 6.1 percent consistently exhibit these problem behaviors. (
  • Implication of psychosocial competencies, behavioral problems and personality variables in the prediction of social intereaction anxiety in adolescents: Sex and age differences. (
  • Implication of psychosocial competencies, behavioral problems and personality variables. (
  • Research reviews continue to indicate that effective responses to significant behavioral challenges in school include: Social Skills Training, Academic Restructuring, and Behavioral Interventions. (
  • Social Problems is abstracted and indexed in the Social Sciences Citation Index. (
  • Web of Science (Social Sciences ed. (
  • The new research indicates that Parkinson's patients have reduced opportunities for social interaction, which limits their ability to fully participate in society and reduces their quality of life, according to Marc Pell, of the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders at McGill University in Montreal. (
  • Ideal for subject librarians, these databases span major subject areas including business, computer science, education, and social sciences. (
  • The book, which can be described as a "non-functionalist manifesto," breaks with the three main theoretical traditions in the social sciences today while retaining the significant contributions each contains. (
  • In so doing Giddens discusses a range of fundamental problem areas in the social sciences: power and domination, conflict and contradiction, and social transformation. (
  • As I understand it was one of the first Masters degrees in Social Sciences at La Trobe University. (
  • Faculty from three different schools at Merrimack, the School of Liberal Arts , the School of Education and Social Policy , and the School of Health Sciences , responded to the invitation by integrating the exhibit and course assignments and bringing students to view the exhibit. (
  • aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Main Problems of Social Sciences in Africa. (
  • Also, high quality research contributions describing original and unpublished results of conceptual, constructive, empirical, experimental, or theoretical work in all areas of Main Problems of Social Sciences in Africa are cordially invited for presentation at the conference. (
  • ICMPSSA 2021 has teamed up with the Special Journal Issue on Main Problems of Social Sciences in Africa . (
  • During the daylong symposium, a panel of experts from multiple universities will individually present what they believe to be the hardest unsolved problems in the social sciences, emphasizing both why the problems are hard and why they are important. (
  • I don't quite think that there are hard problems in the social sciences in the sense of Hilbert's original 1900 problems. (
  • With the caveat that social science hard problems are not "hard" and cannot be solved in the same way as those of mathematics, here is what I think are two of the hardest problems in the social sciences. (
  • Cui, Z.H., Cai, X.J.: Using Social Cognitive Optimization Algorithm to Solve Nonlinear Equations. (
  • Drawing on a sample from the Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development, a longitudinal study of children's physical, cognitive, and social development, Maume analyzed the changes in school night sleep patterns of nearly 1,000 adolescents from when they were 12 to 15-years-old. (
  • Social competence refers to the social, emotional, and cognitive skills and behaviors that children need for successful social adaptation. (
  • The SDM program uses an extended version of the Interpersonal Cognitive Problem-Solving (ICPS) framework. (
  • The ICPS framework is founded on the belief that interpersonal cognitive problem-solving skills are an essential component of one's adjustment throughout his or her life. (
  • Valuing Social Justice and Social Change: A human Rights Context for Practice. (
  • Add "social" metadata tags, notes, and ratings that provide additional context for content over and above the tags added by content owners. (
  • Conversely, the same behaviors (e.g., aggression, shyness ) have different implications for social adaptation depending on the age of the child and the particulars of the social context. (
  • Social competence can also be affected by the social context and the extent to which there is a good match between the child's skills, interests, and abilities and those of peers. (
  • In the context of peer interactions, young children engage in fantasy play that allows them to assume different roles, learn to take another person's perspective, and develop an understanding of the social rules and conventions of their culture. (
  • Criminal justice ignores both the wider social context in which murder takes places and the opportunities this knowledge has for reducing future harm. (
  • In this paper, a new approach called Social emotional optimization algorithm (SEOA) is used to solve this problem which is a new swarm intelligent technique by simulating the human behavior guided by emotion. (
  • Simulation results show that the social emotional optimization algorithm proposed in this paper is effective and efficiency for the nonlinear constrained programming problems. (
  • Xu Y., Cui Z., Zeng J. (2010) Social Emotional Optimization Algorithm for Nonlinear Constrained Optimization Problems. (
  • Research indicates that dyslexia is caused by biological factors not emotional or family problems. (
  • Their emotional problems begin to develop when early reading instruction does not match their learning style. (
  • Having emotional or psychiatric problems, on the other hand, affected social outcomes such as living independently from parents, being married or in a committed relationship or having problems with the law. (
  • Social Problems Child Abuse Child abuse is the physical, sexual, emotional mistreatment, or neglect of children. (
  • Social competence is the condition of possessing the social, emotional, and intellectual skills and behaviors needed to succeed as a member of society. (
  • The term emotional intelligence refers to the child's ability to understand the emotions of others, perceive subtle social cues, 'read' complex social situations, and demonstrate insight about others' motivations and goals. (
  • In addition to social skills and emotional intelligence, factors such as the child's self-confidence or social anxiety can affect his or her social competence. (
  • Parents are the primary source of social and emotional support for children during the first years of life, but in later years peers begin to play a significant role in a child's social-emotional development. (
  • Adolescents try on different social roles as they interact with peers, and peers serve as a social stepping stone as adolescents move away from their emotional dependence upon their parents and toward autonomous functioning as an adult. (
  • The program's ultimate goal was to prevent violence, substance abuse, and related problem behaviors by teaching social, emotional, and decision-making skills that students would utilize throughout their lives. (
  • The chapter essays are consistently organized to provide a thorough overview of the social problems, along with a historical perspective for each. (
  • The remaining problems will be dealt in the next chapter. (
  • My study found that social ties were more important than biological development as predictors of teen sleep behaviors," said David J. Maume, a sociology professor at the University of Cincinnati, and author of the study, "Social Ties and Adolescent Sleep Disruption," which appears in the December issue of the Journal of Health and Social Behavior. (
  • Despite this simple definition, social competence is an elusive concept, because the skills and behaviors required for healthy social development vary with the age of the child and with the demands of particular situations. (
  • The term social skills describes the child's knowledge of and ability to use a variety of social behaviors that are appropriate to a given interpersonal situation and that are pleasing to others in each situation. (
  • Children with ASDs have impairments in social interactions and communication, and a tendency towards repetitive behaviors. (
  • Overall, 8.9 percent of children aged 6-17 years were reported to usually or always exhibit two or more of these problem behaviors (data not shown). (
  • More than one-quarter (26.5 percent) of children with at least one condition usually or always exhibit two or more of the four problem behaviors. (
  • This is a prevention program targeted at violence, substance abuse, and related problem behaviors through developing an individual's social and decision-making skills. (
  • The SDM program enhances these specific behaviors through the training and practice of important social and decision-making skills throughout the program's curriculum. (
  • She noted that the kindergarten study was based on teacher ratings of social skills, while the teen study used friendship nominations by peers. (
  • Before I began a formal investigation into girls views on pop culture and social media, I had a pretty good hunch of what my peers had to say on the matter. (
  • Experts have known for some time that children with history of epilepsy tend to have worse social outcomes than their healthy peers. (
  • But a new study suggests that social ties, including relationships with peers and parents, may be even more responsible for changing sleep patterns among adolescents. (
  • In addition, relationships with peers typically involve more give-and-take than relationships with adults and thus provide an opportunity for the development of social competencies such as cooperation and negotiation. (
  • That is, when children with poor social skills become rejected, they are often excluded from positive interactions with peers that are critical for learning social skills. (
  • For adolescents, maladaptive problem-solving can lead to risky decision-making, or trouble getting along with teachers and peers. (
  • However, the participants with TBI also reported less rational responding to social problems than their peers without TBI. (
  • Many dyslexics have difficulty reading social cues. (
  • WEDNESDAY, Feb. 10 -- People with Parkinson's disease may experience social difficulties due to the way they talk, a Canadian study reports. (
  • Early studies reported that children with hemiparesis or unilateral abnormalities on neurological exam (although without radiological confirmation of a unilateral brain lesion) were found to have more social difficulties than children without hemiparesis [ 5 - 7 ]. (
  • The study includes repeated assessments of ADHD, co-occurring "neurodevelopmental" problems (such as autistic spectrum difficulties) and mental health problems (depression, anxiety, antisocial behaviour) from ages 4 to 25 years. (
  • Based upon the proposed model, it was hypothesized that infants who had difficulties in regulating the vagal brake (i.e., decreasing cardiac vagal tone) during social/attention tasks would have difficulties developing appropriate social interactions requiring reciprocal engagement and disengagement strategies. (
  • When children experience serious difficulties in peer relations, the development of social competencies may be threatened. (
  • The difficulties in social care were apparent as far back as 2014 when it was predicted "the only certainty is that there are difficult times ahead . (
  • Even the token number convicted and incarcerated are disproportionally drawn from the social groups whom criminal justice target, the poor, those with learning difficulties and black and ethnic minority communities - the usual suspects. (
  • So, even though it might seem silly at first, many of these practical problems that arise in practice can lead to extensive research efforts. (
  • The metaphor of a diamond is used to focus on the links between culture and society, and how they can be applied to a study of social problems, to business practice in the global marketplace, and to the media. (
  • Social Work engages with the dilemmas and opportunities emanating from the contested nature of practice. (
  • Rethinking Social Work: Interrogating Practice in and Uncertain and Difficult Clime. (
  • Defining Moments in Professional Social Work: Shifting Contexts for Practice. (
  • Constructing the Older Person in Social Work Practice. (
  • As a result, it is emphasized that only "whole democratic life style" practice for all could solve the problem of "social inequality of girls" which is enduring for ages. (
  • Drawing upon these significant advances, the two-volume handbook of Empirical Social Work Practice brings together empirically validated interventions for many of the psychosocial problems most frequently encountered by social workers in their daily practice. (
  • Unlike other books in the field that employ a theory-based approach to treatment, this handbook focuses on the best-supported methods of helping clients with particular problems irrespective of theoretical biases, offering clinicians a valuable compendium of practice guidelines for treatment. (
  • Edited and authored by recognized experts in the field, the Handbook of Empirical Social Work Practice is clearly written and organized for easy reference. (
  • With information that is at once accessible and up to date, the Handbook of Empirical Social Work Practice is a vital source of guidance for today's clinical social workers and other practicing mental health professionals, as well as students. (
  • One of the best tools to promote the values of the [social work] profession is that of empirical social work practice. (
  • That such a book is now possible is a striking affirmation of the merits of the approach to social work called empirical clinical practice. (
  • The Impact of Race in Social Work Practice (Marvin D. Feit, et al. ). (
  • Race and Social Problems is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal covering the sociology of race and ethnicity. (
  • I don't think anyone has to be concerned that if you don't have siblings, you won't learn the social skills you need to get along with other students in high school," said Donna Bobbitt-Zeher, co-author of the study and assistant professor of sociology at Ohio State University's Marion campus. (
  • Social policies are created after Sociology research identifies social problems of society, for e.g. policies put in place to help vulnerable children (adopted/abused), as they are highly likely to end up in gangs, as drug addicts or prostitutes. (
  • It is the task of sociology to study the social problems through the methods of scientific research and to find out solution to them. (
  • In this new and brilliantly organized book of essays, Anthony Giddens discusses three main theoretical traditions in social science that cut across the division between Marxist and non-Marxist sociology: interpretive sociology, functionalism, and structuralism. (
  • It will be invaluable for students taking courses in social work, social welfare and applied sociology as well as nursing and health professionals, social work practitioners and policymakers. (
  • That incentive to lie is at the heart of the free-rider problem, a fundamental quandary in economics, political science, law, and sociology. (
  • The editors and authors of California's Social Problems shed light on these questions and others in their fascinating analyses of a variety of social situations, policies, and trends in the Golden State. (
  • Dyslexics' social immaturity may make them awkward in social situations. (
  • Although content-based recommendation methods resolve the new items' issues, they still suffer from the cold-start problem in situations when new users are involved [ 5 ]. (
  • Chaotic and Complex Situations in Girls' Education: Problems and Solutions. (
  • People with TBI may have trouble with social problem-solving, which is the process of interpreting social cues and responding appropriately in social situations. (
  • The researchers wanted to find out if adolescents with TBI have different problem-solving styles in social situations compared to adolescents without TBI. (
  • To measure social problem-solving styles, the participants answered a series of questions regarding how they typically react to problems in social situations, answering each question on a four-point scale ranging from "not at all true of me" to "extremely true of me. (
  • The participants also filled out another questionnaire where they read short stories about ambiguous social situations and indicated how they would interpret and react to each situation. (
  • Individuals may use both maladaptive and adaptive styles to respond to problems in social situations. (
  • They found that the participants with TBI reported less avoidant and impulsive problem-solving and less focusing on the negative in social situations than the adolescents without TBI. (
  • but there has also been a large decrease in social mobility in the UK and US since 1980 - the same period that inequality has massively increased in those countries. (
  • The main driver of social mobility seems to be education - the connection to inequality of that is seen above - and in particular, publicly-funded education. (
  • Another result of inequality and lack of social mobility has been that those 'sinkholes' have become geographical. (
  • Presented at the roundtable session, 'The Growing Inequality in Workers' Helath Benefits,' at Medicare Modernization in a Polarized Environment: Facing the Challenges , the 17th Annual Conference of the National Academy of Social Insurance, January 27-28, 2005, in Washington, DC. (
  • When adolescents have trouble sleeping, doctors often recommend prescription drugs to address the problem," Maume said. (
  • My research indicates that it's necessary to look beyond biology when seeking to understand and treat adolescents' sleep problems. (
  • Adolescents also had healthier sleep - longer duration and higher quality - when they felt they were a part of the schools they attended or had friends who cared about academics and were positive, social people. (
  • In a recent NIDILRR-funded study, researchers looked at adaptive and maladaptive problem-solving styles among adolescents with moderate or severe TBI. (
  • The common social problems include: Poverty, gender discrimination and social tension. (
  • By exploring major social problems through a conflict theory perspective, this book helps the reader think critically about the characteristics, impact, and roots of major social problems such as unemployment, poverty, economic decline, racism, sexism, environmental pollution, and nuclear power. (
  • That link between alcohol and poverty drove the moral approach during the 19th and 20th centuries to this problem. (
  • She says it is impossible to address the foster care problem without tackling broader issues of drug abuse, domestic and sexual abuse, and poverty. (
  • Ms Winfield shared with members a report on poverty from the US Children s Defense Fund, which she said was critical reading for every single person in the criminal justice field, social caring agencies and educators, as well as the general public. (
  • We will focus on the specific questions for a researcher investigating the impact of poverty and of social circumstances on child health in such a study. (
  • Homelessness , poverty , pre-natal care , squatting , hunger , protest , poor mental health , drug use and abuse and the failure to buy a TV Licence are all seen as problems best solved through criminal justice interventions leading in many cases to the infliction of punishment through imprisonment. (
  • Typically, the RFP describes the problem that needs addressing, the contexts in which it operates, the approach they would like you to take to investigate to address the problem, and the amount they would be willing to pay for such research. (
  • 2. Social Work: A Profession in Changing Contexts. (
  • Their subject matter includes human behaviour in various social contexts, social interaction, social institutions and organisation, social change and development (Haralmbos, Van Krieken, Smith & Holborn 1999). (
  • So Google uses third-party social signals , and its own +1 initiative, to get a sense of what people like. (
  • The Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) is painfully aware of both the need for regulation and the potential loss of social services if people view any profit as exploitation of the poor. (
  • Cell phones and social networks allow young people to connect and organise like never before. (
  • At the individual level the adoption of social computing is a worldwide phenomenon which is changing the way that people spend their time and interact with each other and with providers of consumer goods and services. (
  • Despite the gold rush and hysteria for all things 'social' there's confusion and disagreement over the definition of many of the concepts, there is little reliable evidence that investments in 'social' deliver any business value at all, let alone to support the hysterical claims made by some people, and no one seems able to provide a coherent explanation how or why 'social' works. (
  • The idea of the 'wicked problem' (Churchman, 1967), which advocates a pragmatic oscillation between problem and solution, rather than an attempt to reduce the problem to a series of steps to be followed sequentially, has been particularly helpful to us in conceptualising the relationships between people, organisations and information technology (IT). (
  • Many people will completely alter their lives because of foot problems rather than just getting to the root of what the problem really is," says Oliver Zong, D.P.M., renowned New York City podiatrist and cosmetic foot surgeon. (
  • Social problems refer to issues that negatively affect a certain group of people living in a certain society. (
  • What is offered here is a direct attack on the rise into public visibility of something previously the concern of a relatively small number of people and groups, and which gets defined along the way as a problem for the whole nation. (
  • One way to stem this problem is for employers to offer young people a shortened workweek. (
  • 5 Social Work Intervention with Older People. (
  • The people who work, are educated, and responsible are the ones who are paying into Social Security and they are having only 1 - 2 kids, if any. (
  • As more and more people embrace social technologies in their private lives, they'll expect to find this functionality in the tools they use at work. (
  • People who post about alcohol online are more likely to become part of a culture that encourages more drinking, which could end up triggering a drinking problem. (
  • While this may create a great experience for popular people in Silicon Valley and even for readers in Silicon Valley, it's not the way to build a mass-market social network. (
  • In truth, the idea of health visitors, nurses, social workers and housing officers queuing up to perform identical interviews with frail older people rather overestimates the resources and personnel available to our health and social services. (
  • Nevertheless, there is no doubt the provision of health and social services to older people currently involves much duplication of effort and unnecessary paperwork. (
  • We know that older people want health and social services to work together and in theory the SAP should help this happen," she says. (
  • People may react to social problems either adaptively (by approaching the problem in a positive frame of mind, thinking through possible solutions, and carefully choosing a solution), or they may react maladaptively (by getting upset, avoiding the problem, or making impulsive choices). (
  • In other words, what social functions do services for people with mental disorders fulfill? (
  • Bob Rosenblatt, Academy senior fellow and former Los Angeles Times Washington correspondent will report on the people and the maneuvers that led to this major expansion of social insurance. (
  • And I'm going to centre on the fact that my view is that our society doesn't like messy problems and is denying to itself the influence that alcohol is having right across the community. (
  • And when I say alcohol I'm actually bracketing other drugs with it but I'm mainly focusing on alcohol because it's alcohol which has the most profound social impact. (
  • Other drugs tend to affect the individual but alcohol has an immense social impact. (
  • And in fact alcohol - Melbourne at that time, and it has for many other issues I should say and most of you would appreciate this - was the hub of thinking for Australia about how we should approach problems like alcohol. (
  • Alcohol and drug abuse among the youth and the adult population is a growing social problem in the United States. (
  • Yet even that analogy is weak, because drugs are far more addictive than alcohol, and have no cultural or social value. (
  • Proponents of legalization note--correctly--that alcohol kills many more Americans than do illegal drugs and currently exact social and financial costs that are higher as well. (
  • The experts assembled at the AntiLegalization Forum pointed to already overburdened health care and social systems that are unable to address all the problems associated with alcohol use. (
  • Instead of compounding these problems, and acknowledging the crime problems made worse by alcohol use, the group stated that legalizing drugs would create undue burdens on the criminal, health and social service systems. (
  • are unable to address all the problems associated with alcohol use', yet no one proposes that we bring back alcohol Prohibition as the best approach to the problem. (
  • Alcohol use in this country has taken a tremendous physical toll on Americans, not to mention the social problems that have resulted from its use. (
  • Should we bring back alcohol Prohibition as a means of dealing with alcohol problems? (
  • Look at the problems that alcohol abuse has wrought. (
  • In the 1920s those advocating the repeal of Prohibition argued that crime and other social ills would be alleviated if alcohol were legal. (
  • Is the DEA arguing that the best approach to the alcohol problems is to bring back Prohibition? (
  • In an online survey, students described factors like alcohol consumption, social media use, and motivations for drinking. (
  • Perhaps most importantly, researchers asked students about how they used social media in relation to alcohol - specifically, whether they posted about drinking at all. (
  • Basically, the way participants treated alcohol consumption was a more accurate gauge of drinking problems than the consumption itself. (
  • In other words, drinking problems arise from the relationship with alcohol - posting about a night in with a bottle of wine is one thing, but if someone considers it a vital part of their life even when it affects them negatively, something is probably off. (
  • Inspectorate warned that acute staff recruitment and retention problems were jeopardising older people's assessments. (
  • In light of these problems, there is no doubt that recruitment agencies have an acute problem on their hands within social care. (
  • The research, published July 11 in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science, focused on survey data collected on high school seniors during three time periods: the global recession (2008-10), just before the recession (2004-06) and the earliest period for which data were available (1976-78). (
  • Psychological problems, many of them with long lasting effect, seem to plague the victims of this type of abuse. (
  • Psychological problems. (
  • Social profile and search profile could form a positive feedback loop. (
  • Data from internet search engines and social media has been used to monitor outbreaks of various infectious diseases, such as influenza, and an evaluation comparing the use of social media and internet data against traditional methods of detecting outbreaks of infectious diseases found that these new methods were the first to report outbreaks in 70% of cases. (
  • Perinatal risk factors that might increase the likelihood of later behavior problems have not been identified. (
  • The goal of this study was to explore whether perinatal factors might contribute to behavior problems after perinatal stroke. (
  • Several perinatal factors were associated with a high incidence of social, thought, and behavior problems in children with perinatal stroke. (
  • Almost 1/4 of the patients (8 of 36) were said to have behavior problems that included hyperactivity and poor attention. (
  • Many researchers are directly engaged in social, health or human service program implementation and come up with their ideas based on what they see happening around them. (
  • These RFPs describe some problem that the agency would like researchers to address -- they are virtually handing the researcher an idea! (
  • B. Spencer and harpalani found that communication between researchers concerned with security, the family social calendar. (
  • In a study published in this month's Journal of Health Communication: International Perspectives , researchers at North Carolina State University and Ohio University analyzed the social media profiles and drinking habits of more than 360 undergraduate students. (
  • According to researchers, this could be traced back to the personal nature of social media. (
  • Furthermore, researchers noted that social media could create a kind of feedback loop. (
  • The researchers compared the social problem-solving styles reported by the participants with those reported by a national adolescent sample without TBI. (
  • Social signals only represent the views of those who are competent and confident with social media, not necessarily those best placed to judge content. (
  • Coined as enhanced content-based algorithm using social networking (ECSN), the proposed algorithm considers the submitted ratings of faculty mates and friends besides user's own preferences. (
  • Many such stories were published without thorough verification, hence the companies themselves have taken the initiative to remove content with wrong information on social media platforms. (
  • But are its social problems unique or do they represent issues shared, today and in the future, with the other forty nine states and the global community? (
  • Compared with high school students who graduated in the years just before the recession, students who graduated during the recession were more concerned for others, more interested in social issues and more interested in saving energy and helping the environment. (
  • Best's anthology examines for the first time how diverse social issues--road rage, the metric system, gun control, and abortion are among those included--migrate across national boundaries, modifying themselves from place to place as a result of different claims, claimsmakers, and policy responses. (
  • Insofar as Arabic-speakers across the region are passionate about Palestinian issues, it's difficult to extract a social media environment which is distinctly Palestinian. (
  • He said the meeting on Monday, would identify the source of the issues and draft a solution to curb the long-standing problem at the soonest possible time. (
  • The Interdisciplinary Institute at Merrimack College created a multimedia exhibition to help faculty and students explore social issues through art. (
  • Art can be a powerful tool to address social issues, transcending language barriers and disciplinary jargons," said Simona Sharoni , director of the Interdisciplinary Institute and professor of women's and gender studies. (
  • We will address problems and barriers encountered with different recruitment and enrolment procedures, assessment methods and quality controls, retention of participants, research infrastructure for data and specimen management, staffing issues and some ethical questions and need for an informed consent. (
  • The findings should encourage physicians to discuss social-media usage when treating young adults with sleep issues. (
  • They say it never rains but it pours, and that certainly seems the case for the social care sector , beleaguered by all the issues above in recent months and years. (
  • Social Problems: A Cost-Effective Psychosocial Prevention Paradigm (John S. Wodarski). (
  • Your child may have developmental delays as well as other problems that can make children, teens, and adults who have Down syndrome vulnerable to abuse, injury, and other types of harm. (
  • Teens who have pro-social friends, tend to behave in pro-social ways, which includes taking care of one's health by getting proper sleep," Maume said. (
  • With peer pressure and social roles, teens tend to try and be like the person they look up to, and will do just about anything to look and seem cool in an effort to fit in. (
  • With the barrage of scary stories about cyberbullies, sexting and predators stalking teens on social media sites, here's something you may not know: After years of teens living with social media, things may not be as bad out there as you think. (
  • The latest research from Common Sense Media 's Program for the Study of Children and Media found that 90 percent of teens have used social media, but a majority of the teens surveyed believe it's a more positive than negative influence. (
  • Can parents protect their teens from the problems and perils of social media? (
  • To avoid those inevitable eye rolls from tech-savvy teens, Donlin suggests asking them to explain social media to you. (
  • Social Problems is the official publication of the Society for the Study of Social Problems. (
  • In fact, an earlier study conducted by co-author Downey had demonstrated that "only children" showed poorer social skills in kindergarten compared to those who had at least one sibling. (
  • The study suggests that institutionalized monogamous marriage is rapidly replacing polygamy because it has lower levels of inherent social problems. (
  • Adam opened up noting that according to a research study by Russell Herder and Ethos Business Law , 14% of executives are unsure of social media, yet 70% expect to spend more. (
  • The result was a successful program by all accounts which is often cited as a social media marketing case study by others in the industry. (
  • The lead author of the study was Heejung Park, a UCLA a doctoral candidate in psychology, whose research reveals how social change affects human development. (
  • [email protected] Pulse: What Policymakers Can Learn From Palestinian Social Media ,' by Jonathan Schanzer and Mark Dubowitz is the first published study which attempts to ascertain Palestinian public opinion exclusively from web sources. (
  • 838 words - 4 pages great importance in the solution of social problems: The present world is suffering from many problems which can be solved through scientific study of the society. (
  • Another study claims that both social isolation and loneliness are factors in increased mortality rates for those aged 52 and over. (
  • In the present study, we propose a novel approach to address this problem by incorporating social networking features. (
  • An interesting research study by Clearswift found that one-fifth (20%) of respondents would turn down a job that didn't allow them access to social networking sites or personal email during work time. (
  • The study also includes detailed information on social and genetic risk and protective factors. (
  • A new study out of the University of Pittsburgh suggests that frequent users of the 11 most popular social-media channels experience more sleep disturbance than those who log on less often. (
  • And it's the first study of its kind to focus specifically on Millennials (for this study, ages 19 through 32), many of whom have used social media for most of their lives. (
  • They found that the study participants spent an average of an hour a day on one or more of the major social-media platforms and checked their various accounts 30 times a week. (
  • This study, therefore, makes an important advance with the longer-term hope that oxytocin could be used to improve social function in everyday settings for clinical disorders associated with social dysfunction. (
  • This unique collection, assembled from new research by an international group of social problems scholars, will fill a gap in undergraduate and graduate level studies in the constructionist analyses of social problems, as well as in political science, public policy, and criminology. (
  • In their analyses, they use various concepts of social capital. (
  • The article presents the analyses of the most important problems of these organisations related to the condition of the components of social capital possessed by their members (partners). (
  • Professor of Social and Community Development, Southampton University and Director, Centre for International Social and Community Development. (
  • Deep tech gives investors the chance to be part of the next wave of innovation and to solve some of our most fundamental problems. (
  • Social work is facing fundamental changes and challenges. (
  • The picture is getting no clearer, with social care struggling with shortages and last year's Skills for Care report showed that although staff numbers are rising, so is the vacancy rate and turnover. (
  • Anyone who didn't have that peer interaction at home with siblings gets a lot of opportunities to develop social skills as they go through school. (
  • The Journal of Health and Social Behavior is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal of the ASA. (
  • potentially modifiable protective factors in childhood (e.g. positive parenting and peer relationships) and adulthood (e.g. positive adult relationships and social support) are associated with adult mental health resilience, mitigating the combined impacts of ADHD severity and persistence, neurodevelopmental problems, and genetic risk on mental health outcomes. (
  • Not everyone knows social media well. (
  • Demographic variations in social-media use must mean that social signals will show a huge bias towards the young, the tech-savvy and the time-rich. (
  • This post is part 2 on Social Media Marketing Best Practices from IMS Minneapolis. (
  • The first post featured Brad Smith from Best Buy who offered insights into their social media principles, guidelines and learnings. (
  • That set the stage for some of the common obstacles and barriers to social media adoption which he focused on in: 7 Common Social Media Problems and their Solutions. (
  • Many companies chase social media tactics with no idea about the who, what, when and where of the social web. (
  • Listening through social media monitoring is critical to understanding brand, competitors and key terms relevant to your audience on the social web. (
  • 2. Unsure where it fits - who owns social media? (
  • For successful social media adoption within organizations, it's important to establish social media goals and responsibilities in different parts of the organization. (
  • Modern marketers need to understand social media. (
  • The good news is that you can learn to be social media savvy through training, participation, listening and engagement. (
  • Use real team members in your social media efforts. (
  • However, social media now provides a public platform to disclose incidents that may not have been reported through established complaint systems. (
  • The popularity of online reviews and the incorporation of social media data into public health surveillance systems are, however, becoming more common. (
  • We find that the application of machine learning, specifically in the form of document classification techniques, can contribute greatly to public health surveillance in social media, said lead researcher Thomas Effland. (
  • Our future work will improve upon these techniques and target their application to foodborne illness surveillance in other forms of social media, such as Twitter, as well as other key indicators in public health. (
  • Sharing on social media? (
  • Just as we were seeing doctors who were embracing social media to do more for patients, it appears that some are trying to clamp down. (
  • Sentiment analysis via social media is a rising trend in the field of public opinion. (
  • This doesn't mesh with Schanzer and Dubowitz's conclusion that participants in Arabic-language social media represent a growing radicalized population that seeks to spoil Obama's peace push. (
  • Upon further examination of these topics with my female counterparts, however, I was slightly taken aback at just how much we are exposed to and affected by pop culture and social media every day, and more importantly, how this industry doesn t seem to represent who we are. (
  • Clearly, teenage girls aren t satisfied with America s pop culture and social media. (
  • What is unclear to me, however, is the reason as to why we can so strongly express our annoyance and hatred for the superficial and judgmental aspects in mainstream American culture, yet still be so devotedly consumed by pop culture news and social media networks. (
  • My biggest issue with this whole industry is that woven into a girl s consumption of pop culture and social media is the underlying pressure a girl is forced to feel in order to maintain a certain girl image. (
  • I wish that pop culture had more emphasis on the actual talent or work that goes into a person s craft and I wish that social media was more of a means of communication and connection rather than showy display cases susceptible to others judgments - perfectly imperfect presentation. (
  • While I have many unanswered questions, I did hear one consistent theme from the girls I interviewed for the video component of Girls Investigate: Pop Culture Problems & Social Media Snags: it is extremely difficult to grow up in these technological times where message is instant, news is constant, and trend is key without having it influence your basic principles of connecting with others. (
  • Meanwhile, Tengku Adnan, who is also UMNO secretary-general, said the party had not received any report on an allegation which went viral on social media over the misappropriation of skills development fund involving an UMNO member in Bagan Datuk. (
  • So, we took to Social Media to find out if any consumers were jumping on the 4K bandwagon. (
  • It's a great way to keep up with your friends' lives, but such posts may have a dark side: According to recent research, social media use could indicate drinking problems in certain users. (
  • This is one of the first pieces of evidence that social-media use really can impact your sleep," lead author Jessica Levenson, PhD, says in a statement released by the university. (
  • Levenson, a postdoctoral researcher in the university's psychiatry department, and her team surveyed the social-media patterns and sleep quality of nearly 1,800 young adults. (
  • Late-night engagement on social-media channels can simply displace sleep time. (
  • Those who spent the most total time on social media were only twice as likely to toss and turn as those who logged the least time on the channels. (
  • This may indicate that frequency of social-media visits is a better predictor of sleep difficulty than overall time spent on social media," Levenson says. (
  • Levenson's findings do suggest that certain patterns of social-media use can lead to poor-quality sleep , but the results do not eliminate the possibility that participants are turning to social media when they have difficulty sleeping. (
  • Difficulty sleeping may lead to increased use of social media, which may in turn lead to more problems sleeping. (
  • This cycle may be particularly problematic with social media because many forms involve interactive screen time that is stimulating and rewarding and, therefore, potentially detrimental to sleep. (
  • The main purpose of the research was to investigate the social problems among secondary school students between the ages of 13 17 year old. (
  • Underpinning the approach that it takes is the idea that 'clients' are citizens with social and human rights which have to be respected. (
  • If you're not already leveraging this type of technology in your organization, you need to approach the community features in SharePoint in the same way you would approach any other project involving an emerging technology or one that is new to your organization: You need to have a business problem to solve. (
  • But, writes Mark Hunter, some agencies are worried the approach may lessen the involvement of social care. (
  • Reflecting the promise of the constructionist approach, the result is a powerful set of tools for systematically investigating social problems. (
  • The long term challenges of sustainability funding care in older age requires a strategic approach, and the government will set out its thinking on the options for the future financing of Social Care in a Green Paper later this year. (
  • This combined theoretical and practical approach has led to an analytical focus upon the critical problem of dietary change as related to culture change. (
  • Early identification of such problems may help stave off suboptimal outcomes children face in adulthood, the team says. (
  • With the whole community lacking in resources, schools suffer, education outcomes suffer and social immobility is further enforced. (
  • And, the health care industry has developed a number of approaches, many of them educational, to try to reduce the scope and cost of the problem. (
  • The Dance of Competing Values in the Major Approaches to Social Work. (
  • Empirical Approaches to Social Work Supervision (Thomas A. Artelt and Bruce A. Thyer). (
  • Local senior centers could also be an option for social interaction and might offer classes which can encourage your loved one to stay mentally active. (
  • Foodborne illness is major health problem in the United States. (
  • The research was funded by Russell Sage Foundation as part of a major initiative to assess the effects of the Great Recession on the economic, political and social life of the country. (
  • Youth unemployment is a major problem in many countries. (
  • One major problem that can be brought on by isolation is depression. (
  • The Functionalist Perspective looks at the way major social instructions like the family, military, the health-care system, and the police and courts actually operate (Kornblum and Julian, 2004, 6. (
  • Gendered and sexual violence is a major social problem on an epidemic scale . (
  • Those who think that we should just tie them down on the rail and let the train solve the problem of "inequity" between the haves and the have nuts, they are not from this country called the United States of America. (
  • Firms that value problem solving highly will develop the human resource management practices that support the environment of sharing knowledge. (
  • That is, workers in team-orientated mills have much higher levels of personal connective capital used for problem-solving. (
  • By definition, solving "social" business problems involves more than one person, so it's important to get a broad perspective across the entire organization. (
  • The Social Decision Making/Problem Solving (SDM) program, originally known as the Improving Social Awareness-Social Problem Solving Program, was developed in 1979 as a collaborative effort among professionals from a wide variety of disciplines, including teachers and school administrators of Middlesex Borough, N.J. (
  • The curriculum includes three sets of social-problem solving skills: interpersonal sensitivity, means-ends thinking, and planning and anticipation. (
  • The instructional phase includes an eight-step problem-solving procedure and stresses the importance of initiative in producing positive resolutions, both of which take place during the first half of the year. (
  • They also wanted to find out if problem-solving styles were related to functioning in important areas of life like participating at school and in the community. (
  • Questions asked about positive and negative feelings toward social problem-solving, as well as the adaptive style of responding rationally to problems and the maladaptive styles of reacting impulsively or avoiding problems. (
  • They looked at five specific problem-solving styles: Three maladaptive styles (avoidance, impulsive choices, and focusing on the negative) and two adaptive styles (rational problem-solving, and focusing on the positive). (
  • The participants who reported more rational problem-solving also said they would respond more positively to the scenarios in the short stories, compared with the participants who reported more impulsive or avoidant problem-solving styles. (
  • Incisive chapters on topics such as homelessness, the gay and lesbian movement for equal rights, race and ethnic relations, family problems, welfare reform, and natural disasters will not only inform students in California's colleges and universities, but will be of interest to others near and far. (
  • Why, because education funding is consistantly reduced or cut completely, there are no jobs, and the republicans are not trying to create them, only "blaming" others for the problem, and welfare continues to be the only "gaurenteed" income for those with no motivation and or resources to become productive citizens. (
  • Spotlight Africa: social disruption - why such a problem for elephants? (
  • For instance, in health services areas, there is great interest in the problem of back injuries among nursing staff. (
  • The nursing industry figures that this is a problem that costs tens of millions of dollars annually in increased health care. (
  • They are prone to depression and other mental health problems. (
  • SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center will start screening patients to see if they are struggling with hunger, poor housing and other social problems under an experiment designed to improve health and save money. (
  • Housing instability, food insecurity, domestic violence and other social problems can lead to poor health and drive up health care costs. (
  • By addressing patients' social needs, the Accountable Health Communities program will try to reduce avoidable health care use, save money and improve patient health. (
  • Firstly, you'll need to show that your needs for care and support arise from certain health problems. (
  • Many, but not all individuals with ADHD also develop mental health problems such as anxiety and depression as they grow older. (
  • It is not clear why children with ADHD are at high risk of later mental health problems nor why some children with ADHD fare better than others when they grow older.Understanding risk and resilience mechanisms is essential for informing future prevention and intervention programmes. (
  • How Might Genomes Allow Us to Predict Health Problems Before They Occur? (
  • Dallas Hartwig shares his top five tips for social health. (
  • If all goes to plan, health and social services will co-operate fully to produce a single, centrally held, electronic summary containing all the information needed to assess, and in turn provide for, an older person's health and social care needs. (
  • Can health and social services really co-operate to such a degree? (
  • Are social workers equipped to carry out assessments currently conducted by health care staff, and vice versa? (
  • Human understanding can be assisted by such a comparison to form mental pictures about the social organism's restoration to health. (
  • The question is "Are social networking sites good for your mental health? (
  • Loneliness and social isolation have also been identified as a possible factor in early mortality. (
  • A very important book for all of social science. (
  • The Hard Problems in Social Science symposium is happening today, and there is a live webcast of the event. (
  • The reason for this is simple: we know when one of Hilbert's problems has been solved, but it's hard, or even impossible to know when a social science problem has been answered to everyone's satisfaction. (
  • This text follows through on the much-raised question of how a social problem becomes defined as a large scale problem, when the same phenomenon x Preface now labeled as "a problem" was not so named before. (
  • (CNN) - Potential 2012 presidential candidate Rick Santorum said the "abortion culture" in America is to blame for the failing Social Security system. (
  • The goal of deep tech is to offer breakthrough innovations to address sweeping problems like climate change. (
  • Chapters define what a social problem is, and address a number of questions crucial to understanding social problems. (
  • As in the US, the economic disparity in Bermuda, which is a historical legacy of slavery and segregation largely based on race, is one that will continue to undermine all efforts to overcome the increasing social problems unless we are willing to address it. (
  • The "community" features in SharePoint 2010 address modern social networking capabilities that didn't even exist a few years ago and that we now take for granted. (
  • So the first tip for anyone that wants to deploy the social computing features of SharePoint is to find out what business problem(s) these features will address. (
  • A Commitment to Social Justice: A Contested Value. (
  • Laura Hsu , associate professor of human development and human services, offered students in her Diversity, Social Justice & Ethics class to attend the virtual webinar to fulfill their remaining service learning hours. (
  • So my first reaction is that the whole criminal justice system is so toxic, (with its single solution - state inflicted blame and pain - offered to every single problem it confronts), that we should not pick and choose but abolish the whole system, lock stock and barrel. (
  • The common sense of our age has increasingly been to conceptualise these problems in a manner that makes criminal justice the obvious response. (
  • By falling for criminal justice's 'temptation' and accepting the myth that, at least for those behaviours considered to be serious crimes, criminal justice exists to protect us we effectively legitimise it as a proper and effective solution to (at least some) social problems. (
  • Despite our experiences and great achievements, there are still a lot of problems that plague contemporary society. (
  • Children who have a wide repertoire of social skills and who are socially aware and perceptive are likely to be socially competent. (
  • 4 Social Work intervention with Children and Families. (
  • We have seven children so we're doing our part to fund the Social Security system," Santorum said. (
  • In this sense, familial, social, cultural, political, and administrative variables that prevent female children from education especially in democratic management systems were discussed. (
  • These sources all combine to paint a complete picture of how to understand the unique social problems of today's world. (
  • The capacity to inhibit egocentric, impulsive, or negative social behavior is also a reflection of a child's social skills. (
  • The empirical results show significant performance of ECSN in mitigating the cold-start problem besides improving the prediction accuracy of recommendations when compared with other studied recommender algorithms. (
  • The Politics of Alcoholism can be read on one level as a fascinating history of the evolving politics of what this country is doing about "the problem of alcoholism. (
  • The social problem of alcoholism. (
  • By presenting phenomenological contributions in a scholarly yet accessible way, this volume introduces an interesting and important perspective into contemporary debate insofar as it bridges the gap between the analytical and the continental traditions in social philosophy. (
  • Participants completed measures of motor skills, perceived social support across three dimensions (family, friend, and significant other), depressive symptoms, and anxious symptoms. (
  • Social Problems are universal in nature, but their intensity and type change from society to society. (
  • The 'problems of living' that Szasz identifies as being referred to as 'mental illness' are, in his view, the inevitable consequence of the 'moral conflict in human relations' (1970, p 24). (
  • To deal with these kinds of problems, dyslexics need a thorough understanding of their learning disability. (