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Page 1331 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 83, Issue 4 [page]

1996 Psychological Abstracts  
in social science—chaos and catastrophe theories.  ...  Brown, Courtney. (Emory U, Atlanta, GA). Chaos and theorie s. Sage university papers series on quan- titative is in the social sciences, No. 07-107.  ... 

Page 113 of Business and Society Vol. 36, Issue 1 [page]

1997 Business and Society  
Hagle Chaos and Catastrophe Theories by Courtney Brown Applied Logistic Regression Analysis by Scott Menard Causal Analysis with Panel Data by Steven E.  ...  Saris Regression Diagnostics by John Fox Data Theory and Dimensional Analysis by William G. Jacoby Expert Systems by Robert A. Benfer, Edward E.  ... 

Page 217 of Business and Society Vol. 36, Issue 2 [page]

1997 Business and Society  
Hagle Chaos and Catastrophe Theories by Courtney Brown Applied Logistic Regression Analysis by Scott Menard Causal Analysis with Panel Data by Steven E.  ...  Brent & Louanna Furbee Longitudinal Research by Scott Menard Metric Scaling by Susan C. Weller &A. Kimball Romney Experimental Design and Analysis by Steven R. Brown & Lawrence E.  ... 

Page 329 of Business and Society Vol. 36, Issue 3 [page]

1997 Business and Society  
Hagle Chaos and Catastrophe Theories by Courtney Brown Applied Logistic Regression Analysis by Scott Menard Causal Analysis with Panel Data by Steven E.  ...  Saris Regression Diagnostics by John Fox Data Theory and Dimensional Analysis by William G. Jacoby Expert Systems by Robert A. Benfer, Edward E.  ... 

Notes on Globalization and Identity

Christina Stojanova
2002 Kinema. A journal for film and audiovisual media  
Both were produced in 1998 by independent film companies based in Montréal and Turbulence was co-produced by the NFB.  ...  on Québec society and culture.  ...  Courtney Brown, a sociologist and scholar of mathematical applications in social sciences, describes the three fundamental characteristics of chaotic and catastrophic phenomena as "irregular periodicity  ... 
doi:10.15353/ fatcat:wf5jkzmjnbdyxijpxcdcivuovi

Surprise of Complexity and Complexity of Surprise: What Happened to Predictability? Limits and New Possibilities of Complexity for Physical, Psychological and Social Sciences

Rosalia Condorelli
2017 Journal of Psychology & Psychotherapy  
This dialectical synthesis (expressed even by the concept of deterministic chaos) characterizes the current scientific and cultural revolution, by revising the epistemological meaning of unpredictability  ...  constants between input and output, by a linear determinism which is guarantee of predictability and controllability of events.  ...  Borrowing Stewart's famous sentence [60] , "God can play dice with the world and at the same time creates a universe totally dominated by laws and order".  ... 
doi:10.4172/2161-0487.1000302 fatcat:x3zzxdqdhjb4rbdjtc5ekhjaba

Nursing Leadership in Disaster Preparedness and Response

Ann R. Knebel, Lauren Toomey, Mark Libby
2012 Annual Review of Nursing Research  
This chapter provides an overview on theories of leadership with a historical context for nursing leadership; setting the context for nursing leadership in disaster preparedness and response.  ...  Nurses serve as leaders in disaster preparedness and response at multiple levels: within their own homes and neighborhoods, at disaster scenes, and the workplace, which can vary from a health care facility  ...  There is a need to develop and test innovative leadership development approaches that look beyond typical leadership theory to include chaos theory, solving "wicked problems," emotional intelligence, political  ... 
doi:10.1891/0739-6686.30.21 pmid:24894051 fatcat:q6pbr4a2nrb57davkvin4wbwdu

Catholicism and Cosmopolitanism: the Confluence of Three Catholic Scholars and the Cosmopolitan Democrats on State Sovereignty and the Future of Global Governance

Matthew Bagot
2016 De Ethica  
, Jacques Maritain, and John Courtney Murray, S.J.  ...  The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the current debate regarding sovereignty by exploring two schools of thought on the matter: first, three Catholic scholars from the past century-Luigi Sturzo  ...  Here Cooper is referring to the pre-state, post-imperial chaos of places like Somalia, Afghanistan and Liberia.  ... 
doi:10.3384/de-ethica.2001-8819.163237 fatcat:g7dhmfdxtbdd5lk4wdtffpnlg4

Complex Systems Theory: Some Considerations for Sociology

Rosalia Condorelli
2016 Open Journal of Applied Sciences  
In Sociology, insights of Complexity Theory have contributed to a new way of thinking about social systems, by re-addressing some fundamental issues starting to social system, emergence and change concepts  ...  It argues that Complexity Theory has established the limits of Classic Science, leading to a more realistic awareness of working and evolution mechanisms of Natural and Social Systems and showing the limits  ...  And social scientists like Courtney Brown, author of a rigorous application of Non-Linear dynamics in the field of electoral volatility [16] , does not hesitate to declare that there is no place in human  ... 
doi:10.4236/ojapps.2016.67044 fatcat:or5g7yupz5d7peehaqhcixgxi4

Centeredness Theory: Understanding and Measuring Well-Being Across Core Life Domains

Zephyr T. Bloch-Jorgensen, Patrick J. Cilione, William W. H. Yeung, Justine M. Gatt
2018 Frontiers in Psychology  
Centeredness Theory (CT) is proposed as a new mental health paradigm that focuses on well-being at a systems-level, across the core life domains of the self, the family unit, relationships, community,  ...  and work.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS JG is supported by National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) funding (1062495 and 1122816).  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00610 pmid:29765344 pmcid:PMC5938389 fatcat:cchzc5izlnbvdd46epfoabhkta

Post-normal: Crisis and the End of the Ordinary

Elizabeth Stephens
2020 Media International Australia: Incorporating Culture & Policy  
Yet what is meant by the normal is rarely the subject of explicit description; rather, its meaning is almost always taken for granted.  ...  It's our default, our comfort zone' (Brown, 2017) . The normal as it is used here refers to something comforting and familiar; an ordinary time that preceded a current state of crisis and chaos.  ...  As Courtney Parker West (2016) These tensions remain in stark evidence in 2020, as the ongoing pandemic lockdowns have been intersected by the global Black Lives Matter and Indigenous Lives Matter protests  ... 
doi:10.1177/1329878x20958151 fatcat:c5l3xobhrzcrbcflayzr36s6e4

Anne Finch's "Contemn'd Retreat" and the Politics of Lyric

Chris Chan
2020 Eighteenth-Century Studies  
(London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1815), 1:358. 32 William Rowe Lyall, unsigned review of Poems by William Wordsworth; including Lyrical Ballads, and the Miscellaneous Pieces  ...  of production and transmission" (Theory 3-4).  ... 
doi:10.1353/ecs.2020.0042 fatcat:zbmx3k4s7ngwbkiwe4yg7hirj4

When The Wrong People Are Immune

Teneille R Brown
2020 Journal of Law and the Biosciences  
Congress and state governments have provided targeted immunity to various device manufacturers and emergency volunteers.  ...  care decisions that are made in good faith, and that are in compliance with documented state, institutional, or professional pandemic-response guidelines.  ...  Brown, Medical Futility and Religious Free Exercise, 15 FIRST AMEND.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jlb/lsaa018 pmid:32728463 pmcid:PMC7239116 fatcat:yupssrkifjffndzjkqapm5gtse

Page 501 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 83, Issue Index [page]

Psychological Abstracts  
Chaos, catastrophe, and human affairs: Applications of nonlinear dynamics to work, organizations, and social evolution. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc: Mahwah, NJ, 1995. x, 439 pp.  ...  Content variations and performance on formal operational tasks by gender, social class and abil- ity.  ... 

Self-Defence and Terrorism [chapter]

Paul Cliteur
2009 Self-Defence as a Fundamental Principle  
We are menaced less by fleets and armies than by catastrophic technologies in the hands of the embittered few.,67 Incidentally, this part ofAmerican thinking about defence is broadly supported, even by  ...  Fukuyama defines this theory as follows: 'The global Nazi and communist threats were existential both because their banner was carried by a great power, and because ideologically there were many people  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-90-6704-433-2_3 fatcat:xowo2ahionhlbdyxjtm6i6ttvy
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