Demographic Factors

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học General Psychiatry cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: Low self-esteem and psychiatric patients: Part II – The relationship between self-esteem and demographic factors and psychosocial stressors in psychiatric patients...

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  • This study adds to the emerging literature examining empirically the link between population size, other demographic factors and pollution. We contribute by using more reliable estimation techniques and examine two air pollutants. By considering sulfur dioxide, we become the first study to explicitly examine the impact of demographic factors on a pollutant other than carbon dioxide at the cross-national level. We also take into account the urbanization rate and the average household size neglected by many prior cross-national econometric studies.

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Understanding discrepancies in parent-child reporting of emotional and behavioural problems: Effects of relational and socio-demographic factors

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  • Principles of marketing: Chapter 4 - Buyer behavior analysis includes Reason to analyze buyer behavior? Cultural Factors, Personal/Demographic Factors, Stages in the Family Life Cycle.

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  • Human beings have a powerful effect on the environment, as is becoming increasingly clear. Demographic factors are commonly recognized as one of the primary global drivers of human-induced environmental change, along with biophysical, economic, sociopolitical, technological, and cultural factors. Concerns about demographic effects on the environment are

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  • In 2005, the baseline country studies pointed to a lack of connection between advocacy for reduction of maternal mortality in national-level planning and the necessary linkage to effective programmatic responses through resource allocation, capacity- building and human-resource development. The 2011 case-studies suggest that this problem persists: despite a closing of the gap between policy and programmes, the limited progress with improving health outcomes has shown the importance of strengthening health systems – particularly for maternal and newborn health.

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  • Descriptive statistics were used for demographic variables, expressed as mean and standard deviation in the case of continuous variables with a normal distribution. In case of an asymmetrical distribution the median and inter-quartile (IQ) values were used. Noncontiguous variables were presented as frequencies. The Shapiro-Wilk test was used to determine a normal distribution.

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  • Demographic and epidemiological transitions and changes in lifestyle are leading to the emergence of cancer and other chronic diseases as public health problems in India. Cancer pattern in India reveals the predominance of tobacco related cancers, which are amenable to primary prevention. Cancer Registries in different parts of the country reveal that majority of cancer cases present in an advanced stage and makes treatment options prolonged and expensive.

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  • The imagination is questionable (Daily, 1997; Dasgupta, 2000b). In any event, we should be sceptical of a theory which places such enormous burden on an experience not much more than two hundred years old (Fogel, 1994; Johnson, 2000). Extrapolation into the past is a sobering exercise: over the long haul of history (some five thousand years), economic growth even in the currently-rich countries was for most of the time not much above zero.

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  • The belief that children will take care of the parents in the old age is eroding in India where the family size has been cut down as a result of the demographic process (Dandelkar, 1996). The situation in the urban areas shows a rejection of older people by the next generation and this is spreading to rural areas (Desai, 1985). In the nuclear family regime, the position of the aged becomes more vulnerable and is treated as a burden to the family (Nayar, 1992). The social negligence of the aged occurs due to cultural, social and economic relations within the...

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  • The United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has declared 2009 the International Year of Natural Fibers so we are using Wildlife Friendly certified plant and animal fibers, specifically yarn as a mini case to illustrate how you can pull together the guidance in this document for your product. Market Trends and relevance to Wildlife Friendly yarns - The past few years have seen an explosive interest in knitting and corresponding growth in yarn sales especially with a younger demographic of women.

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  • This report provides a basic but comprehensive demographic, social, economic and health profile of Cambodia’s older population based on the 2004 Survey of Elderly in Cambodia (SEC), a representative survey of persons age 60 and over conducted in Phnom Penh and the five largest provinces. As such it represents the first comprehensive examination of the situation of Cambodian elders based on a widely representative sample.

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về hóa học được đăng trên tạp chí sinh học đề tài : Associations between health-related quality of life and demographics and health risks. Results from Rhode Island's 2002 behavioral risk factor survey

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  • Lauridsen and Pradhan Health Economics Review 2011, 1:11 http://www.healtheconomicsreview.com/content/1/1/11 RESEARCH Open Access Socio-economic inequality of immunization coverage in India Jørgen Lauridsen1* and Jalandhar Pradhan2 Abstract To our knowledge, the present study provides a first time assessment of the contributions of socioeconomic determinants of immunization coverage in India using the recent National Family Health Survey data.

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  • The aimof this paper is to provide a detailed analysis of the impact of total population size and other demographic factors on air pollution emissions and to correct the weaknesses outlined above. We build on the papers by Dietz and Rosa (1997), Shi (2003) and York et al. (2003a, b) and improve on their studies in a number of ways. First, whereas these three studies examine only CO2 and energy use,we extend the analysis to sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions, a pollutant with very different properties to CO2 and hence potentially pos- sessing a very different relationship with population.

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  • Despite the increased demand for graduate business education stemming from the current economic slowdown and other contrib- uting factors, the savvy business school applicant is in a unique po- sition to secure a coveted seat in a leading MBA program through some additional due diligence. Understanding what wows and irri- tates admissions officers at leading business schools, and tailoring the MBA application accordingly, can propel one’s candidacy from unlikely to competitive.

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  • Obwona (2000) estimated a trans log production function to determine technical efficiency differentials between small- and medium-scale tobacco farmers in Uganda using a stochastic frontier approach. The estimated efficiencies were explained by socioeconomic and demographic factors. The results showed that, credit accessibility extension services and farm assets contribute positively towards the improvement of efficiency.

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  • The demographic changes within populations, especially in developing regions, are projected to occur at a rate of three and a half times from 1980 to 2020, causing a rapid increase in the over-60 population. With more people living longer, the burden of unnecessary blindness from trachoma among older people is estimated to be very high. And, of the projected 50 million blind people living in low-income societies by the year 2020, roughly 38 million will be women.

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  • Multiple individual characteristics are associated with positive reproductive health behaviors. Demographic characteristics, including gender, race/ethnicity, and age are all important, with males more likely than females to initiate sexual intercourse at an early age and to exhibit greater levels of sexual activity; racial and ethnic minorities more likely to engage in behaviors related to early pregnancy, childbearing and STIs, and older teens more likely be sexually experienced but also more likely to use contraception (Abma & Sonenstein, 2001; Miller, Norton et al.

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  •     This article contributes to the general debate on the link between population growth and the environment by analyzing the impact of demographic factors on two air pollutants. At the same time, it also con- tributes to a more focused debate on how population size and other demographic factors should be taken into account in future projections of air pollutant emissions.

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