achievement of ideal objectives , i.e. , that they be for their cause , then set the
right priorities and committed to the well - being of the ... in the sense of the ability
to remain calm and collected in face of realities and to keep one's support good
governance distance both from ... criticism and concerned reminders , but also
concrete assistance , e.g. within the framework of to learn ; development
All of our advice is evidencebased, which means there is social science ... Also keep in mind this research is based on the “typical” student with a ...
Author: Judy Eaton
Publisher: Canadian Scholars
Category: Social Science
Academic Literacy in the Social Sciences is a practical introductory guide that supports students through the process of understanding and critically evaluating research in the Social Sciences. This essential text develops and strengthens students’ ability to develop research paper topics, conduct thorough literature searches, critically evaluate research, and effectively summarize and share information. The textbook is broken down into ten chapters, focusing on topics such as theory and research methods in the social sciences, citing APA style, ethics and integrity, and statistics. This is an ideal resource for all students in undergraduate courses based in the social sciences.
Once you calm down, think strategically. ... We simply learn to gauge our own reactions, setting aside the self-doubts but not denying their appearance.
Author: Robert M. Milardo
Crafting Scholarship helps readers improve their writing and publishing success in academia. Framed within the context of the editorial and peer review process, the book explores writing, editing, and reviewing in academic publishing. As such it provides unique coverage of how successful writers work, how they manage criticism, and more. Examples from successful scholars provide helpful tips in writing articles, grants, books, book chapters, and reviews. Each chapter features tools that facilitate learning including Best Practices and Writer’s Resource boxes to help maximize success, discussion questions and case studies to stimulate critical thinking, and recommended readings to encourage self exploration. A Facebook page provides an opportunity for readers to post writing updates and for instructors to share materials. Highlights include: -Insights on working with journal boards, reviewers, and contributors drawn from the author’s 30 years of experience in editing journal articles and writing books. -Describes writing quantitative and qualitative reports, theory and literature reviews, books and chapters, grants, and book reviews. -Identifies common problems academics face in writing and publishing along with practical solutions. -Explores best practices in writing peer reviews, responding to reviewers and editors, and how to calculate and interpret acceptance rates and impact factors. -Addresses how to write each section of a journal article and select keywords that facilitate digital search engines to help potential readers find an article. -Includes examples of published work and tips on writing research syntheses using meta-analytic techniques or narrative analyses. -Examines the practices of successful writers, the pros and cons of collaborations, what publishers look for, and managing criticism. -Reviews pertinent empirical literature on the core topics of writing, reviewing, and editing. Intended for graduate or advanced undergraduate courses in professional development, writing in an academic field, or research methods taught in psychology, education, human development and family studies, sociology, communication, and other social sciences, this practical guide also appeals to those interested in pursuing an academic career and new and seasoned researchers.
Combining the study of affect and emotion in the social sciences and ... carriages and waiting rooms can be kept calm, light, dark, warm to fit in with our ...
Author: Justin Spinney
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
This book brings together research working at the boundary between design knowledges and mobilities, offering a novel collection for both theorists and practitioners. Drawing upon detailed case studies, it demonstrates the diverse roles of design in shaping mobility at different spaces and scales: across cities; within different types of buildings and infrastructures; and through commuting, work and leisure activities. A range of international scholars illustrate the designed mobilities of car parks, traffic lights, street benches, pedestrian wayfinding systems and accessible design in the urban environment; they examine spaces within hospitals, airports and train stations and investigate design practices for bicycles, future urban vehicles and MotoGP motorcycle racing. Other contributions explore overlooked mobile artefacts such as television and video game remote controls, 3D printing and the types of packaging which enable objects themselves to move around. This book demonstrates how the tools, assumptions and processes of design shape spaces of mobility, and also illuminates how shifts in the fluidity and circulation of people, practices and materials in turn reconfigure practices of design. Mobilising Design develops multi-disciplinary understandings of design, drawing upon diverse literatures including design history, product design, architecture and cultural geography. By highlighting often invisible artefacts and associated knowledges and controversies, the book foregrounds the taken-for-granted ways in which everyday mobility is designed. It will be of interest to scholars in geography, sociology, economic history, architecture, design and urban theory.
Graduate study in the social and behavioral sciences almost always involves
doing research . ... Further , by mastering the basic logic and ways of thinking
about statistics , you will be unusually well prepared for the advanced courses ,
which ... Statistics reading has to be pored over with clear , calm attention for it to
sink in .
Author: Arthur Aron
Publisher: Prentice Hall
This unique book capitalizes on a successful approach of using definitional formulas to emphasize concepts of statistics, rather than rote memorization. This conceptual approach constantly reminds readers of the logic behind what they are learning. Procedures are taught verbally, numerically, and visually, which appeals to a variety of users with different learning styles.Focusing on understanding, the book emphasizes the intuitive, de-emphasizes the mathematical, and explains everything in clear, simple language--with a large number of practice problems.For those trying to master statistics, as well as reading and understanding research articles.
Remain a patient and comforting parent irrespective of how hurt a child's
behaviour might be keep providing guidance . ... After a child is calm encourage
him to use his words to express how he is feeling rather than screaming or
whining ... Since children learn through imitation , they are much likely to follow
your actions .
Rosalyn Moran, quoted in Virginia Tech, “Keep Calm and Carry On: Scientists Make First Serotonin Measurements in Humans,” Medical Xpress, April 30, 2018, ...
Author: Patricia Churchland
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
How do we determine right from wrong? Conscience illuminates the answer through science and philosophy. In her brilliant work Touching a Nerve, Patricia S. Churchland, the distinguished founder of neurophilosophy, drew from scientific research on the brain to understand its philosophical and ethical implications for identity, consciousness, free will, and memory. In Conscience, she explores how moral systems arise from our physical selves in combination with environmental demands. All social groups have ideals for behavior, even though ethics vary among different cultures and among individuals within each culture. In trying to understand why, Churchland brings together an understanding of the influences of nature and nurture. She looks to evolution to elucidate how, from birth, our brains are configured to form bonds, to cooperate, and to care. She shows how children grow up in society to learn, through repetition and rewards, the norms, values, and behavior that their parents embrace. Conscience delves into scientific studies, particularly the fascinating work on twins, to deepen our understanding of whether people have a predisposition to embrace specific ethical stands. Research on psychopaths illuminates the knowledge about those who abide by no moral system and the explanations science gives for these disturbing individuals. Churchland then turns to philosophy—that of Socrates, Aquinas, and contemporary thinkers like Owen Flanagan—to explore why morality is central to all societies, how it is transmitted through the generations, and why different cultures live by different morals. Her unparalleled ability to join ideas rarely put into dialogue brings light to a subject that speaks to the meaning of being human.
to make the adjudication be adapted to the needs of the time, so that become ... media, aesthetics, psychology, art, literature and other disciplines, learn ...
Author: Kai Yang
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book focuses on the reality of China’s modern judiciary, systematically demonstrating and discussing the judicial philosophy and judicial ethics as applied by Chinese courts and judges. In order to illustrate the methods of jurisprudence and sociology of law in the context of China’s judicial practice and practicability of applicable laws, it also addresses judicial methodology and Chinese judges' trial methods. Based on comparative study and aiming at global judicial reform, the book provides valuable guidance and insights for readers pursuing a detailed understanding of modern Chinese judiciary, Chinese judges and Chinese rule of law. The book is intended to primarily serve the need of legal professionals around the world, in particular those who are interested in China’s judicial system.
Town / gown relations are said to be calm , and crime is no more problematic
than on any other urban campus , but ... Thus , music students study musicology ,
but also learn calculus , along with everyone else . ... Other core requirements
include courses in the sciences and math , humanities , social sciences , and
European civilization , a recent substitution for a long - standing Western Civ
There are three main currents in the study of the mental: (a) mysterism, ... psychology, social science, or a fusion of all three, and perhaps some ...
Author: Mario Bunge
To go through the pages of the Autobiography of Mario Bunge is to accompany him through dozens of countries and examine the intellectual, political, philosophical and scientific spheres of the last hundred years. It is an experience that oscillates between two different worlds: the different and the similar, the professional and the personal. It is an established fact that one of his great loves was, and still is, science. He has always been dedicated to scientific work, teaching, research, and training men and women in multiple disciplines. Life lessons fall like ripe fruit from this book, bringing us closer to a concept, a philosophical idea, a scientific digression, which had since been uncovered in numerous notes, articles or books. Bunge writes about the life experiences in this book with passion, naturalness and with a colloquial frankness, whether they be persecutions, banishment, imprisonment, successes, would-be losses, emotions, relationships, debates, impressions or opinions about people or things. In his pages we pass by the people with whom he shared a fruitful century of achievements and incredible depths of thought. Everything is remembered with sincerity and humor. This autobiography is, in truth, Bunge on Bunge, sharing everything that passes through the sieve of his memory, as he would say. Mario’s many grandchildren are a testament to his proud standing as a family man, and at the age of 96 he gives us a book for everyone: for those who value the memories that hold the trauma of his life as well as for those who share his passion for science and culture. Also, perhaps, for some with whom he has had disagreements or controversy, for he still deserves recognition for being a staunch defender of his convictions.
Keep the atmosphere of class calm and noncompetitive . ... I show my own
enthusiasm , but respect those who dislike or are even hostile to the need for
quantitative methods in the social and behavioral sciences . ... You can learn
from them .
Biressi, A. (2011) ' “The virtuous circle of social capital” or helping people to ... Bridge, M. (2012) 'Keep calm and carry on: what we can learn from the ...
Author: A. Biressi
Category: Social Science
How does culture articulate, frame, organise and produce stories about social class and class difference? What do these stories tell us about contemporary models of success, failure, struggle and aspiration? How have class-based labels been revived or newly-minted to categorise the insiders and outsiders of the new 'age of austerity'? Drawing on examples from the 1980s to the present day this book investigates the changing landscape of class and reveals how it has become populated by a host of classed figures including Essex Man and Essex Girl, the 'squeezed middle', the 'sharp-elbowed middle class', the 'feral underclass', the 'white working class', the 'undeserving poor', 'selfish baby boomers' and others. Overall, the book argues that social class, although complicated and highly contested, remains a valid and fruitful route into understanding how contemporary British culture articulates social distinction and social difference and the significant costs and investments at stake for all involved.
INTERVIEWS / INTERROGATIONS: Be aware that witnesses to a crime may not have ... or police officer, keep “shrinks” and other “social sciences” quacks away ...
Author: David Todeschini
This book will enable you to determine whether or not someone is lying to you. Contains over 60 axioms or guidelines that put your subject through the gauntlet. From FBI Agent to Housewife, you need to read this book. After you do, you will never look at the NEWS, political speeches, or anything that the government tells you in the same light. Conceived in an environment of pathological liars, this book takes "common sense" to a new level. Some deceptions are very subtle and nefarious, and some deceptions are your own conclusions - which you arrive at by the design of the liar - or government - which tells you only what will lead you to believe their lies
"Akashvani" (English ) is a programme journal of ALL INDIA RADIO ,it was formerly known as The Indian Listener.It used to serve the listener as a bradshaw of broadcasting ,and give listener the useful information in an interesting manner about programmes, who writes them,take part in them and produce them along with photographs of performing artists. It also contains the information of major changes in the policy and service of the organisation. The Indian Listener (fortnightly programme journal of AIR in English) published by The Indian State Broadcasting Service,Bombay ,started on 22 december, 1935 and was the successor to the Indian Radio Times in english, which was published beginning in July 16 of 1927. From 22 August ,1937 onwards, it used to published by All India Radio,New Delhi.In 1950,it was turned into a weekly journal. Later,The Indian listener became "Akashvani" (English ) in January 5, 1958. It was made a fortnightly again on July 1,1983. NAME OF THE JOURNAL: AKASHVANI LANGUAGE OF THE JOURNAL: English DATE,MONTH & YEAR OF PUBLICATION: PERIODICITY OF THE JOURNAL: Fortnightly NUMBER OF PAGES: VOLUME NUMBER: BROADCAST PROGRAMME SCHEDULE PUBLISHED(PAGE NOS): ARTICLE: AUTHOR: KEYWORDS: Document ID:
... First Brawijaya International Conference on Social and Political Sciences, ... They can learn to be working in a team, discuss well with colleagues and ...
Author: Siti Kholifah
Publisher: European Alliance for Innovation
Category: Social Science
We are delighted to introduce the 2019 Brawijaya International Conference on Social and Political Sciences (B-SPACE). The aim of B-SPACE (Brawijaya International Conference on Social and Political Sciences) is to provide a platform for various stakeholders, varying from professionals, researchers, and academicians from across the world to present their scientific take and research results on social and political matters. The theme of B-SPACE 2019 was “Gender & Digital Society 4.0”. The amount of participants registered on the initial phase was 140. However, BSPACE 2019 cumulatively consisted of 79 scientific papers, presented orally by the respective authors during the two-day-conference. The oral presentation sessions were opened for the public, allowing a productive interaction between the presenters and the audience where knowledge and information were further shared. Aside from the opportunity to present them in front of an audience, the submitted scientific papers are processed to be published in EAI/EUDL proceedings.
Author: Pakistan Historical SocietyPublish On: 2000
History thus became the broadest of social sciences , overflowing into many
branches of knowledge ; a treasure - trove ... Secondly , as the scope of history
widened and its amplitude unfolded , the need for specialized study came to the
fore . ... A long historical view ” , remarks Liddell Hart , “ not only helps us to keep calm in a time of trouble , but also reminds us that there is an end to the longest
How to Use Your Brain's Executive Skills to Keep Up, Stay Calm, ... researchers in the social sciences have devoted a great deal of thinking to how people ...
Author: Peg Dawson
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Dawson and Guare offer guidance for boosting executive skills-- the core brain based abilities needed to get more done with less stress. They provide simple yet effective strategies for maintaining focus, conquering clutter, staying on top of work demands, and taming the chaos of family life.