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Finding plans subject to stipulations on what information they divulge [article]

Yulin Zhang and Dylan A. Shell and Jason M. O'Kane
2019 arXiv   pre-print
We first formulate and then solve planning problems subject to stipulations on the information divulged during plan execution --- the appropriate solution concept being both a plan and an information disclosure  ...  We devise algorithms that, given a planning problem supplemented with an information stipulation, can find a plan, associated disclosure policy, or both if some exists.  ...  Conversely, if (w, W h W ,P B W h W ,P B Supplementary Material: Finding plans subject to stipulations on what information they divulge Yulin Zhang 1 , Dylan A. Shell 1 and Jason M.  ... 
arXiv:1809.09682v2 fatcat:unudgsczvfgq7ggcluzfqylaci

Pre-service Teachers' Perceptions of Lecturers' Teaching and Learning Strategies in Moral Education

Charanjit Kaur Swaran Singh, Tarsame Singh Masa Singh, Eng Tek Ong, Nadarajan Thambu, Mohd Zailani Mohd Yusoff, Sasigaran Moneyam, Nadiah Yan Abdullah
2020 Universal Journal of Educational Research  
Thematic analysis was used to analyse the interview data.  ...  Effective lecturers have a repertoire of effective practices to ensure student learning outcomes.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to acknowledge and thank the Research Equally, we would like to thank the participating pre-service teachers who were truly cooperative and marvelous.  ... 
doi:10.13189/ujer.2020.082270 fatcat:5jexkbou35hmlj4xy5oyoz6sje

The Training Dilemma: Three Teachers' Views of CPD

Ramesh Rao Ramanaidu, Kuruvilla C.K Joseph, Ravichantiran Arujunan
2016 International Journal of Education and Practice  
CPD to practise what they have learnt before they are asked to conduct an in-house course.  ...  The study documents the dilemma faced by teachers who had attended a CPD and need to pass on the newly acquired knowledge and skills to their colleagues. a short-term or long-term action plan for teachers  ...  On the question of how he knew of this, Teacher 2Science said: -it was written all over their faces‖, but he refused to divulge more information.  ... 
doi:10.18488/journal.61/2016.4.1/61.1.12.20 fatcat:gtd6v6egibdehfsjn5o3zxisne

Sexualised violence against children: a review of laws and policies in Kenya

Cynthia Khamala Wangamati, Gladys Yegon, Johanne Sundby, Ruth Jane Prince
2019 Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters  
Our findings indicate that laws on child protection exist and are protective to a large extent, as harsh penalties are outlined for sexual offences.  ...  Moreover, there is no legislation on age-appropriate comprehensive sexuality education which plays an important role in cultivating positive gender norms and describing what constitutes CSA and reporting  ...  health and rights, and findings from extensive field work on CSA in Kenya, to reflect on the laws and policies and their impact on survivors of CSA.  ... 
doi:10.1080/26410397.2019.1586815 pmid:31533564 fatcat:ueajtpnmu5azto7ghuq663w4jq

The Stanley Milgram Papers: A Case Study on Appraisal of and Access to Confidential Data Files

Diane Kaplan
1996 The American Archivist  
The article further considers ways to protect the privacy of the experiment's subjects while still making the information in the data files available for research.  ...  This case study describes one institution's attempt to appraise the confidential data files from a landmark experiment in social psychology.  ...  We now inform researchers that, if they need access to data before the date on which the data files are to be opened, they may ask to have the relevant materials sanitized and copied at their own expense  ... 
doi:10.17723/aarc.59.3.k3245057x1902078 fatcat:dhx5svetdzggxayvirspco7nl4

Redesigning Assessment for Holistic Learning

Charanjit Kaur Swaran Singh, Eng Tek Ong, Tarsame Singh Masa Singh
2019 The Journal of Social Sciences Research  
This paper focuses on applying various assessment methods that need to be mastered by educators to ensure students benefit in terms of their personal growth, strength and their learning process.  ...  Educators need to be equipped with ways to maintain these processes to determine the quality of student achievement.  ...  Not only that, findings revealed that developing the portfolio gave them an opportunity to always monitor their progress and reflect from time to time on what they have learnt.  ... 
doi:10.32861/jssr.53.620.625 fatcat:tpnox3butbha7lfidrv6vk4oxa

Trade Secrets Protection in the Context of Employment in China: the Law and the Business Operations

Chuanhai Chen, Yahya Al-Ansari
2013 The International Technology Management Review  
This paper presents a study exploring and explaining the risk factors that cause businesses to lose trade secrets.  ...  The study examined the role of employees in the process of trade secrets divulgence, employee"s confidentiality defined by the law, contractual obligations, inevitable disclosure, civil remedies, agreements  ...  What they did and the meaning they gave to their behavior were recorded during the observation.  ... 
doi:10.2991/itmr.2013.3.3.3 fatcat:kinevjky4nfztdn24bwql5fm3q

Page 27 of Chemical Engineering Vol. 47, Issue 1 [page]

1940 Chemical Engineering  
It must be remembered that magic is one of the oldest arts, and to divulge its secrets promiscuously is harmful to the profes- sionals.  ...  Once again that task brings to mind your several editorials on the subject and prompts me to write to you of my own experience.  ... 

The Upshots of Using Early Neutral Evaluation in Pre-discovery of Documents in Complex Civil Litigation

Norman Zakiyy
2014 Journal of Arts and Humanities  
This study found that subject to certain modification of any local procedural rules in a jurisdiction, Early Neutral Evaluation is theoretically a viable mechanism to be integrated into the civil court  ...  Early Neutral Evaluation in selected courts in the United States) on Early Neutral Evaluation, discovery and civil litigation in general.  ...  there is disparity of views on how "the law applies to the case in question or what the case is worth."  ... 
doaj:6011598e315a4d718ff86c62cfc07a7f fatcat:e2i3mz4ktvcxlhuezdo37m4m5e

Page 425 of None Vol. 25, Issue SUPPLEMENT [page]

1925 None  
Foord may be challenged to divulge what were the customary “details . . . . in connection with the burial of a Romano-British General of the early sixth century,’’ and what authority he has for the survival  ...  such accurate and informative works might be expected to be.  ... 

The law and the physician as principal investigator in sponsored clinical trials

William J. Sullivan
2003 Canadian Journal of Anesthesia  
the integrity of research." 13 C Co on nc cl lu us si io on n The P.I. has ethical duties to the clinical trial subject as well as legal responsibilities to both the clinical trial subject and to the  ...  Both can protect the investigator in disclosing to the subject what might otherwise be confidential information under the sponsor's contract, provided the sponsor has approved the consent form.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03021052 pmid:12734149 fatcat:s6phgtn2czafhg4tl664lfwzta

Strictly Confidential?: Integrity and the Disclosure of Criminological and Socio-Legal Research

M. Israel
2004 British Journal of Criminology  
ISRAEL 2 of 26 initiates the interaction and, in our experience, the respondent divulges the information only on the condition that they are not named.  ...  Several criminologists have noted how they have faced pressure from criminal justice agencies to hand over confidential information (Polsky 1967).  ...  Ogden agreed to discuss his research findings with the court but refused to divulge the names of research participants.  ... 
doi:10.1093/bjc/azh033 fatcat:o6cdcxbewvh7lfbg63qlxyze2i

Disclosure of Corporate Information to Trade Unions in North America

Hem C. Jain
1981 Relations Industrielles - Industrial Relations  
Trade unions and their représentatives also hâve an obligation to develop a cohérent information policy as to what information they need and why they need it.  ...  A parallel survey of important trade unions could be undertaken to find out what spécifie financial and non-financial information unions need for industrial relations purposes.  ... 
doi:10.7202/029203ar fatcat:6axcafqj3nhr5lj4a5eyixd4qy

Experiment on identical siblings separated at birth: ethical implications for researchers, universities, and archives today

Robert L. Klitzman, Adam M. Kelmenson
2020 Journal of Medical Ethics  
The organisation coordinating the study donated the research records to Yale University under the condition that they remain sealed until 2065, and has impeded study participants' full access to research  ...  These questions will become increasingly crucial since the amount of research has burgeoned over recent decades, and investigators, on retirement or death, may want to donate their archives to universities  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Lundyn Davis, Jiseop Kim and especially Patricia Contino for their assistance with the preparation of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8-gbrt-3866 fatcat:v4esl4jvcrcwhkm4wr25wi7wpm

Page 692 of The Saturday Analyst and Leader Vol. 11, Issue 540 [page]

1860 The Saturday Analyst and Leader  
But I find, on making inquiry at your office, that your plans and works are not sufficiently advanced to permit any prudent man either te devise efficient detail, or form any estimate of the means to effectuate  ...  for the area over which they extend, than the height to which the author’s “ powerJof thought” ascends.  ... 
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