Attitude of society

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  • The subject of safeguarding the rights of minority shareholders has not received much attention until now. After experiencing more and more cases of wrongdoing throughout my business career, I have decided to explore thoroughly the subject and devote several years to study the matter in a theoretical and empirical research.

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  • Adolescents exposed to the interventions in Site B were more likely to support use of contraceptives by unmarried adolescents than those in Site A, and a similar pattern was seen for contraceptive use by married adolescents. Adolescents who were exposed to the intervention showed more favorable attitudes regarding use of condoms by unmarried adolescents than the non-exposed in both Site A and B. The analysis also revealed a more positive attitude towards health facilities for contraceptive and STI services compared with pharmacies as a source of supplies and services.

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  • In the end, no expected response rate is “absolutely valid”, since the response rate has a “dynamic” trend that is greatly influenced not only by the attitude of this or that particular panellist but also by the level of commitment required. So in addition to the factors just described, every time the sampling team pulls out a new batch of names it takes account of the yield (in terms of interviews completed) obtained from the previous batch. Since the sampling team makes an assumption about the expected response rate, it takes a number of factors into account, such as the...

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  • Chapter 13 - Preconceptions and the reality of mental illness. In all practice settings nurses will encounter patients with mental health problems. This chapter considers society’s’ misconceptions and encourages the reader to question and examine their own views, feelings and attitudes towards mental illness.

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  • The representation of drug treatment in America can affect society in several ways, including stigmatization. Elizabeth Hirschman (1992), in her study of cocaine use in films, argues that "motion pictures which focus upon addiction can serve as instructive, semiotically-rich texts for communicating cultural knowledge about addiction" (p. 428). This communication is not simply one-way, though; it exists as a continual feedback loop, with movies "both reflect[ing] and shape[ing] individual and societal values, attitudes, and behavior" (Wedding, 2000, p. 3).

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  • During the time we met as a Commission, tragedies such as the African famines, the leak at the pesticides factory at Bhopal, India, and the nuclear disaster at Chernobyl, USSR appeared to justify the grave predictions about the human future that were becoming commonplace during the mid-1980s. But at public hearings we held on five continents, we also heard from the individual victims of more chronic, widespread disasters: the debt crisis, stagnating aid to and investment in developing countries, falling commodity prices and falling personal incomes.

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  • These guidelines are important particularly for the design of organisations that will interface with the SME sector. Additionally, important general factors in supporting the development of an entrepreneurial society are positive entrepreneurial personal role models for individuals to follow, entrepreneurial attitudes among all relevant stakeholders, local empowerment, a greater belief in ‘trust’ than in regulations and the encouragement of initiative at all levels. The education system is commonly regarded as the starting point for the creation of enterprise culture.

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  • (IB) sector and the general sector, denoted “f,” for financial, and “g,” respec- tively. Assume that, subject to expending some search effort, anyMBA can find employment in either of these two sectors immediately after graduation. Then, as the person graduates, he compares the expected utility streams from each of these sectors over the course of his future career. Let uf (w0 f ) be the expected utility, as of career year 0 (that is, upon graduation), of a career that starts in the IB sector. The function captures the person’s disutility of effort in investment banking.

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  • is older than culture, for culture, however inadequately defined, always presupposes human society, and animals have not waited for man to teach them their playing. We can safely assert, even, that human civilization has added no essential feature to the general idea of play. Animals play just like men. We have only to watch young dogs to see that all the essentials of human play are present in their merry gambols. They invite one another to play by a certain ceremoniousness of attitude and gesture. They keep to the rule that you shall not bite, or not bite hard, your brother's ear.

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  • The National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) recently examined the situation of children in Naxal-affected parts of Chhattisgarh; in the North Cachar Hills, Chirang and New Bongaigaon districts in Assam; in Ashapara and Naisingpur camps at Kanchanpur in North Tripura district; in Kandahmal, Orissa; and in the Kashmir Valley. The NCPCR “[…] found a basic gap in every area of civil unrest – the administration and civil society groups did not have enough reliable data on how many children were affected by civil unrest.

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  • The past three decades have seen extraordinary changes in views concerning the traumatization of children in our society. Attitudes of both mental health professionals and the public moved from virtual denial of the existence and eff ects of child abuse in the 1970s to an almost fervid preoccupation with these issues in the 1980s.

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  • Gift giving/receiving behavior have been defined as the process of gift exchange that takes place between a giver and recipient. The giving and receiving of gift is a ritual that takes place in all society although in different forms to build and strength relationship between the giver and the recipient. As a form of reciprocity or exchange, gift giving/ receiving is one of the processes that integrate a society; Schieffelin (1980) views the giving of gift as a rhetorical gesture in social communication.

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  • Given the prevalence of mental health and substance-dependence problems in adults and children, it is not surprising that there is an enormous emotional as well as financial burden on individuals, their families and society as a whole. The economic impacts of mental illness affect personal income, the ability of ill persons – and often their caregivers – to work, productivity in the workplace and contributions to the national economy, as well as the utilization of treatment and support services.

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  • There is a commonly held myth in our society that anything that is “natural” is good, wholesome, and healthful, whereas anything that is “synthetic” is bad, toxic, and harmful. The mere mention of the word chemical is enough to strike terror into the heart of any food faddist. This attitude is, at best, naïve and, at worst, dangerous.

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  • Abstract This paper describes the challenges of decentralisation and privatisation of rural services from the perspective of communication strategy development. The wave of decentralisation and privatisation in rural services worldwide creates challenges for rural communities, service providers and local governments. Local organisations – both in government and civil society – are confronted with rules and procedures that are unprecedented. The new roles require significant changes in attitudes, skills, and especially a new level of accountability. ...

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  • Views on ‘accountability’ need to place greater emphasis on (i) accountability for results (not only expenditure targets or activities undertaken), and (ii) accountability to local partners, including targeted beneficiaries, rather than only to donor ‘audit’ requirements. Related to this point, attitudes about ‘who is in control’ need to give greater appreciation to the importance of local ownership, and the practical ways in which this can be supported.

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  • This requires, firstly, clarity as to what the target means and secondly, an understanding of how this might be achieved. What is a society with an enterprise culture? It can be a society in which the potential for individuals and groups to start a business is maximised. More broadly it can be a society in which individuals in all kinds of organisations and in all aspects of life behave in an entrepreneurial manner.

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  • Since the transition to democracy in 1994, South Africa has become a well documented nation. A multitude of national and sub-national studies have been conducted, yielding a wealth of information about the characteristics of South African society, and how these have evolved over time. However, less is known about how South Africans feel about their world and themselves.

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