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Socsci6040148 - 5 december 2017abstract studying grassroots initiatives which aim to respond to environmental and social crisis is of renewed importance nowadays, in the aftermath of the 2008-9 financial crisis in southern europe.Read ng grassroots initiatives which aim to respond to environmental and social crisis is of renewed importance nowadays, in the aftermath of the 2008-9 financial crisis in southern europe. We argue that the social and economic crisis has had an impact on the factors motivating people to join these communities, with an increase in the number of people driven by materialistic motives, relative to those who joined for ideological economic inequality really a problem?
This article reviews the arguments for and against this position, highlighting the effects of economic inequality on economic growth and efficiency, politics and democracy, individual behaviors that result in poor health outcomes and social disruption, social cohesion, and environmental degradation.
Poverty is, of course, a very important social issue but this review of the arguments about inequality shows that economic inequality in itself is also an important social ill that should be business in the context of tourism development (case: montenegro)by iva bulatović, ana stranjančević, darko lacmanović and andrej rasporsoc.The emphasis is put on the economic effects of developing casino tourism, rather than the social ’s life lessons through the lived experience of rural caregiversby amy cappiccie, mary wanjiku and cecilia mengosoc.
Through the narrative of the caregivers’ lived experience, key factors identified included social supports, rewards of caregiving, and lessons to others.
The current study explored how muslim boys and girls immigrated from morocco, egypt and pakistan negotiate their identity on the base of interiorized social and cultural in-group norms associated to the representation of a “good” son and a “good” daughter within the resettlement society.An examination of the social structure of bangladesh suggests that girls and women are subjected to higher rates of sexual and physical violence compared with males, especially in rural and urban slum areas.
We also note that adopting such behaviours is effective among non-executives, meaning that, if we take into consideration the fact that self-presentation with neutral instructions often produces socially desirable responses, the employees are aware of this valorisation.
The paper concludes by discussing dear john’s outcomes and significance for scholars concerned with sex work, policy, and social ve population control and asylum in the connie oxfordsoc.
Socsci6040136 - 6 november 2017abstract the aim of this paper is to provide a new approach for assessing the input–output efficiency of education and technology for national science and education department.
Read aim of this paper is to provide a new approach for assessing the input–output efficiency of education and technology for national science and education department.We found that the efficiency of science and technology has an effect on the balanced development of the country, but that of education has played a counter-productive role; educational efficiency has a large role and related the country’s educational development.
Our approach builds on an understanding of public pedagogy to examine the pedagogical modes of address (ellsworth 1997) that are (i) produced through ‘expert’ discourses of mental health literacy for young people; and (ii) include digital practices created by young people as they seek to publicly address mental ill health through social media platforms.
Through in-depth interviews, it explores how environmentalism is represented differently through various discourses by the social actors; state, ngos and youths.Owing to the youths’ capability for spreading social awareness and ideas, this is an area that requires open discussion in order to achieve better state-civil society haitian: exploring the roots of dominican identityby valerie lamb and lauren dundessoc. The paper also explains how dominicans’ ethnic flexibility in navigating “racialized” social space in the us is relevant to future census measurement of race and ationalism among second-generation muslim americans: being and belonging in their transnational social fieldby michelle byngsoc.
This analysis uses the theories of transnational social fields and intersectionality to examine the transnational experiences of second-generation muslim americans.Syrian refugees are found to increase unemployment and decrease informal and formal for researchers studying social deviance or criminal behaviorby patricia l.
This study explores issues experienced by social scientists engaged in research on social deviance or criminal behavior.
The goal of this research was to discover the types of risk experienced by social scientists and any mediating factors affecting the experience of risk.
This was a surprising finding especially for the variable of gender as it is suggested that gender plays a role in the experience of participants in the institutional open access program (ioap).Has signed the jussieu call for open science and editor: sylvia beyerdeadline: 15 december ed papers from the conference “the future of education and youth work: approaches and practices around the world”. Sjr uses a similar algorithm as the google page rank; it provides a quantitative and a qualitative measure of the journal’s authors co-submit and publish a data article in data in brief, it appears on sciencedirect linked to the original research article in this application lets readers explore data and other quantitative results submitted with the article, providing insights into and access to data that is otherwise buried in authors co-submit and publish a method article in methodsx, it appears on sciencedirect linked to the original research article in this hing your article with us has many benefits, such as having access to a personal dashboard: citation and usage data on your publications in one place. This free service is available to anyone who has published and whose publication is in reviewed international journal that examines the relationship between energy systems and research & social science (erss) is a peer-reviewed international journal that publishes original research and review articles examining the relationship between energy systems and society.
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