Prohibiting discrimination

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  • Contents: The Civil Rights Movement, Federal Laws Prohibiting Discrimination, Expanded Meanings of Employment Discrimination, Issues in Employment Discrimination, Affirmative Action in the Workplace.

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  • Thus, rather than merely being an exercise of redactive skills, writing enhances one’s ability to ‘see’ by enabling the writer to abstract and objectify his/her understandings from his/her concrete involvements (Ong, 1982). For the pre-service teachers of this study, tutoring an ESL student in writing and reflecting on that experience through the maintenance of journals were designed as experiences that would provide them with opportunities to critically examine ways in which ESL learners develop writing skills in English.

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  • The U.S Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, and where applicable, sex, marital status, familial status, parental status, religion, sexual orientation, genetic information, political beliefs, reprisal, or because all or a part of an individual’s income is derived from any public assistance program. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.

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  • People with disabilities have too often been excluded from everyday activities: shopping at a corner store, going to a neighborhood restaurant or movie with family and friends, or using the swimming pool at a hotel on the family vacation. The ADA is a Federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities and opens doors for full participation in all aspects of everyday life.

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  • For communities around the world interested in reaching a global audience with their conservation related products and stories direct mail Catalogs and their online equivalents are an obvious choice. Some recent statistics from the National Mail Order Association (NMOA) and the American Catalog Mailers Association (ACMA) show that the US catalog industry is a $400+ billion marketplace and is made up of thousands of catalogs some with huge distribution and some which appeal to a specialized niche of the consumer market.

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  • The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital or family status. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of program information (Braille, large print, audiotape, etc.) should contact USDA’s TARGET Center at 202-720-2600 (voice and TDD)....

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  • The most unfair criticism of business folks is that they are just “marketers,” somewhat of a negative label in the tech sector. I think marketing gets a bad rap. In MBA terms, there are four Ps that define marketing: product, price, placement, and promotion. Defining the product and price is a creative process. The goal is to develop a product idea—sold for a profit—that matches the needs of the targeted customer. Research, analysis, and creative work are necessary in order to succeed.

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  • Within ArcGIS software, the term database servers refers to instances of Microsoft SQL Server Express that have been enabled to store geodatabases. You create geodatabases and perform other administrative tasks for database servers through the Database Servers node in the Catalog window or ArcCatalog. Performing the administration of the database server and its geodatabases through ArcGIS Desktop means there is no extra software or database administration expertise required for you to create and use these types of ArcSDE geodatabases....

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  • The Netherlands may be an extreme case in this respect, but strong incentive effects have also been found for other countries. With respect to Disability application behaviour in other countries like the United States, Germany and Sweden, it has been argued that labour supply (and labour demand) considerations may have taken place in the decision to apply for benefits. To quote Bound and Burkhauser (1999): “the prevalence of disability transfer recipients per worker has increased at all working ages over the last quarter of the century...

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  • The original function of seatbelts was to re- strain only adult-size occupants, and some belt- assembly design parameters are in conflict with those that would best secure CRs. These param- eters include belt anchor location, buckle size, and type of retractor and latchplate. These and other issues regarding child restraint compatibility with vehicle belts and seats are addressed in an SAE Recommended Practice (SAE J1819, 1994). 105 Unfortunately, however, not all products comply with this voluntary standard, nor have all prob- lems been solved.

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  • Adverse Credit History. To be eligible for a Federal PLUS loan, the borrower may not have an adverse credit history, which is defined as having a bankruptcy, foreclosure, repossession, tax lien, wage garnishment or default determination in the last five years or a current delinquency of 90 or more days. Alternative Student Loan. See Private Student Loan. Asset.

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  • although state solar programs report limited marketing initiatives of their own, this per- spective reflects a narrow definition of marketing – one that primarily focuses on communi- cations-centered initiatives, such as website strategies, public relations activities, and educa- tion of stakeholders. these marketing resources are important.

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  • The ultrasonic transducer behaves as a ‘speaker’ in send mode (from 40 to 50 kHz). The electronics of the ultrasonic transducer produces electrical pulses to set the piezoceramic element in motion (conversion of electrical energy to mechanical energy). The piezoceramic element is located on the inside of the outer diaphragm. The outer diaphragm vibrates in line with the resonance frequency and produces ultrasonic waves. The short pulse sequences hit an obstacle and are bounced back (reflected).

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  • To effectively perform data mining, however, we cannot naively consider all candidate instantiations, since the number of such instantiations is exponential in the number of variables. We provide algorithms and heuristics that ex- ploit the granularity system and the given constraints to reduce the hypothesis space for the pattern matching task. The global approach offers an effective procedure to dis- cover patterns of events that occur frequently in a sequence satisfying specific temporal relationships.

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  • If the second term dominates, i.e., individuals who receive low wage draws predict relatively low foregone earnings in the next period, then ∂Φ/∂ik−1 There is a positive and significant return to math ability but no return to verbal ability. 29 For males, one standard deviation increase in math ability, 8.66 points, yields an 8% increase in wages.

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  • The ball head is the component that responds to speed changes of the unit. There are various designs of ball heads, but generally, they consist of two flyweights attached to arms that pivot near the axis of rotation. The arms are attached to a collar on a shaft. As the ball head rotational speed increases, the flyballs move out because of centrifugal force pushing a rod down. The rod, usually termed the speeder rod, acts on the pilot valve to route oil to the main valve and the servomotors. On a Pelton governor, the flyweights are...

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  • Medicaid, a joint federal and state program which provides health care coverage for low-income individuals and families; pregnant women; and aged, blind, and disabled people, provided health coverage for an estimated 20.1 million children aged 2 through 18 in federal fiscal year 2005. 12 The states operate their Medicaid programs within broad federal requirements and may contract with managed care organizations to provide Medicaid benefits or use other forms of managed care, when approved by CMS.

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  • Many factors can influence the dynamic balance that exists between the host and the pathogen (M. tuberculosis), but the host immune response seems to be the most important. This is illustrated by the vulnerability of immune-compromised individuals to develop tuberculosis and by the age-related spectrum of disease witnessed in immune-competent children. This age-related spectrum of disease reflects the ontogeny of the host immune response towards M. tuberculosis.

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  • The National Settlement Service allows participants in private-sector clearing arrangements to do multilateral funds settlements on a net basis using balances in their Federal Reserve accounts. The service provides an automated mechanism for submitting settlement information to the Reserve Banks. It improves operational eff iciency and controls for this process and reduces settlement risk to participants by granting settlement f inality for movements of funds on settlement day.

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  • This facet of "social responsibility" doctrine is brought into sharp relief when the doctrine is used to justify wage restraint by trade unions. The conflict of interest is naked and clear when union officials are asked to subordinate the interest of their members to some more general purpose. If the union officials try to enforce wage restraint, the consequence is likely to be wildcat strikes, rank-and-file revolts and the emergence of strong competitors for their jobs. We thus have the ironic phenomenon that union leaders--at least in the U.S.

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