Parental influences

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  • FACTORS INFLUENCING ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT STUDENTS IN THAI PRIVATE HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS This idea forms the basis of my empirical strategy. In essence, I compare the sorting parameter θ * in equation (3) across metropolitan housing markets with greater and lesser degrees of residential school choice. Let θ =θ(c,δ)= E[θ *|c,δ] be the average effectiveness sorting of markets characterized by the parameters c and δ , where c is the degree of jurisdictional competition (i.e.

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  • This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. Households participating in the Food Stamp Program are increasingly headed by a single parent or two working parents. As this trend continues, more low-income households may find it difficult to allocate the time needed to prepare meals that fit within a limited budget and meet dietary requirements. This study finds that household time resources significantly affect how much time is allocated to preparing food.

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  • We live in a world where the pace of life is phenomenal. We have to work harder, faster, more efficiently, longer hours and with less job security than ever before. This environment is a very difficult one for the perfectionist, who is driven not so much by the desire for success, but by the fear of failure and need for control. They have unrealistic expectations of themselves (possibly others too) and feel they can never achieve enough and never be good enough. They feel unable to bask in the pleasure of achievement or really enjoy their relationships. I hope this book...

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  • I can not completely agree with the statement that classmates are a more important influence than parents on a child's success in school. In this essay I will first focus on the reasons why I agree with this statement and then list a few points why from my opinion in some cases is not true.

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  • WHO’S INFLUENCING WHOM? A STUDY OF THE INFLUENCE OF THE CEO AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS ON ORGANIZATIONAL STRATEGY The more importance that parents attach to school effectiveness, the more likely we are to observe equilibria in which wealthy students attend more effective schools than do lower-income students. Moreover, if parental concern for peer group is not too large, the model predicts that this equilibrium effectiveness sorting will tend to be more complete in high-choice markets, those with many small school districts, than in markets with more centralized governance....

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  • Some of Arnold's biographers have declared that he was a very vicious boy, and have chiefly illustrated this fact by painting him as a ruthless robber of birds'-nests. But a great many boys who began life by robbing birds'-nests have ended it much more creditably. The astonishing and interesting element in Benedict Arnold's career was what one might term the anomaly and incongruity of his treason. Born at Norwich, Conn., in 1741, he was blessed from his earliest years by wholesome parental influences.

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  • FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE DECENTRALIZATION OF THE INFORMATION SYSTEMS UNIT IN ORGANIZATIONS : A CONTIGENCY APPROACH Figure 1.2 displays the average allocation of school effectiveness in markets with three and ten equally-sized districts. Panel A depicts the case where parents are unconcerned about the peer group, as in the left-hand panels of Figure 1.1. Here, families must be perfectly sorted on school effectiveness in equilibrium, and the average μ ’s depicted in the figure are simply order statistics from the standard normal distribution....

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  • In my work as a veterinarian, I combine Western diagnostic and treatment methods with Eastern healing principles. When potential clients hear about my work, the first question they usually ask is: “Why should I bother to learn about a different approach to my pet’s health than the one I’m already familiar with—the one my parents grew up with?” I have heard many variations on this “why” question during early meetings with pet owners about the health of their dog, cat, bird, or other beloved animal....

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về hóa học được đăng trên tạp chí sinh học đề tài : Factors influencing agreement between child self-report and parent proxy-reports on the Pediatric Quality of Life Inventory™ 4.0 (PedsQL™) generic core scales

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  • This book is a combination of experiences in which I have been involved over my professional career. It brings a combination of ideas together that include methods of communicating, strategies for behavior change, ways to assess problems, and methods to facilitate self-management. The concepts presented in this book have been tested in a variety of clinical trials where lifestyle change was needed to determine if dietary change affected disease.

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  • The increased rates of obesity have become a public health concern because obesity is associated with chronic disease and adverse health outcomes (Institute of Medicine 2005). Furthermore, because obesity is now a characteristic of populations and not only of individuals, researchers, government health organizations, and advocacy groups characterize obesity as an epidemic (Institute of Medicine 2005, 2006a; World Health Organization 2003).

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  • Integrate social and emotional development into existing programs and services. States can use current systems and funding to expand their capacity to support early childhood social, emotional and behavioral health. States could use Medicaid to promote healthy development through routine developmental screenings and care coordination, utilize Head Start to support parent education, provide training and professional development to early childhood programs and agencies and use federal funds to enhance their state’s capacity.

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  • PHẠM THỊ KIM DUNG – Các nhân tố ảnh hưởng tới năng suất sinh sản ... Phạm Thị Kim Dung* và Trần Thị Minh Hoàng Bộ môn Di truyền Giống - Viện Chăn nuôi *Tác giả liên hệ: Phạm Thị Kim Dung, Bộ môn Di truyền giống Viện Chăn nuôi - Thụy Phương - Từ Liêm - Hà Nội Tel: (04) 38.385 292 / 0904.190.705; Email: kdtd3d@yahoo.com.

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  • When I was young, my parents used to watch video cassette tapes of a popular Vietnamese-American variety show called “Paris by Night,” which showcased numerous comedic skits and musical performances. The shows were primarily conducted in Vietnamese, but the performances often bore distinctly Western influences.

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  • The TAHSEEN project in Egypt took advantage of local leaders’ great influence and power for positive change by training them to be positive influences for change in RH/FP practices.

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  • During the last decade consumer groups, parents and teachers’ bodies, and public health advocacy organisations have called for greater control on the marketing of foods and beverages to children. A number of authoritative reports have highlighted the need to restrict such marketing to ensure that children are not unduly influenced to consume foods high in fats, sugar and salt. A 2009 review of regulations (the PolMark study1) suggested that successful regulation required government leadership with specified timelines and clear, measurable objectives.

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  • This should have been expected. Economic demography can be a most frustrating subject. Itwould seemthat for any theoretical inference, nomatter howinnocuous, there is some set of data from some part of the world over some period that is not consonant with it. 23 Over 40 years of demographic research have uncovered that the factors underlying fertility behaviour include not only the techniques that are available to households for controlling their size, but also the household demand for children. The latter in particular is influenced by a number of factors (e.g.

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  • Thus, sibship configuration may influence how much parents invest in each of their child’s education and thus contribute to educational inequality within the family. The mechanisms through which parents exhibit their preference for a specific child may be either allocation of family resources among siblings or a subtle form of economic transfers among the siblings. Most prior studies have focused on the direct parental effect of allocation of family resources, and few studies have examined the indirect parental effect of inter-sibling transfer of family resources.

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  • Parental concerns and preferences about school travel are often identified as important factors, but many studies do not explore or quantify how this factor influences travel mode choice. This gap in the literature is noteworthy because parental attitudes may be at least as influential as urban form, especially perceptions about safety, social interaction, and convenience (McMillan, 2007). Common concerns include traffic, bullies, and strangers (DiGuiseppi et al, 1998; Hillman et al, 1990; Kerr et al, 2006; Martin and Carlson, 2005).

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  • We survey elementary-school parents in St. Paul and Roseville, Minnesota, to discover how children travel to school and underlying factors influencing parent's choice of their child's travel mode. From this information we develop a statistical model of travel mode choice. We find that children's commute mode and parental attitudes towards school selection differ by school type (magnet versus neighbor- hood), income, and race.

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