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How to safely close a discussion

Gildas Avoine, Serge Vaudenay
2007 Information Processing Letters  
To solve the safe termination problem, we revisit the Keep-in-Touch protocol that we introduced in 2003.  ...  Furthermore, they focus on a notion of round and are not optimal in terms of communication complexity.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Moti Yung and André Schiper for having provided pertinent references and helpful comments on this work.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ipl.2006.12.001 fatcat:bn5gdweg2jhtjcp2euta4ptx3u

Page 433 of Sage Family Studies Abstracts Vol. 21, Issue 4 [page]

1999 Sage Family Studies Abstracts  
The type of discussion topic (safe sex versus a control topic) was crossed with the type of discussion partner (dating partner versus an opposite-sex stranger) to create four groups of dyads.  ...  Interactions about safe sex between partners in close relationships were com- pared with those between opposite-sex strangers to explore the hypothesis that cognitive representations of close relationships  ... 

They need to be recognized as a person in everyday life: Teachers' and helpers' experiences of teacher–student relationships in upper secondary school

Vibeke Krane, Bengt Karlsson, Ottar Ness, Per-Einar Binder
2016 International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health & Well-Being  
The aim of this study was to explore how teachers and helpers experience that teacherÁstudent relationship (TSR) is developed and promoted in upper secondary school.  ...  Teachers and helpers experience that TSR may have the potential to play a role in promoting mental health in students' everyday life.  ...  Acknowledgements We wish to thank the participants for sharing their views and experiences. In addition, we thank the coresearchers for their valuable contributions.  ... 
doi:10.3402/qhw.v11.31634 pmid:27707451 pmcid:PMC5052515 fatcat:pcfszwqqzzam5kvizd2k5tdoua

Vague Spatio-Thematic Query Processing: A Qualitative Approach to Spatial Closeness

Rolf Grütter, Thomas Scharrenbach, Bettina Waldvogel
2010 Transactions on GIS  
A way to achieve this is to combine existing approaches to spatial knowledge representation with ontologies.  ...  Since colloquial descriptions typically involve qualitative concepts, the presented approach is expected to align better with the way human beings deal with closeness than a quantitative approach.  ...  The authors sincerely thank Jürg Schenker (FOEN), Martin Hägeli (WSL) and Bettina Waldvogel (WSL) for the fruitful discussions and leadership that made this research possible.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9671.2010.01185.x fatcat:yzppkjpz5vfzjhdu2wldlko7oe

The Consequences of Battleground and "Spectator" State Residency for Political Participation

Keena Lipsitz
2008 Political Behavior  
The analysis finds that Electoral College (EC) participatory disparities are more likely to occur in voting and meeting attendance than in donating and political discussion.  ...  The study also demonstrates that when participatory gaps do occur they are the result of a surge in participation among battleground state residents-not of citizen withdrawal in safe states, as many EC  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank the following people for their helpful comments: John Geer, Grigore Pop-Eleches, John Sides, Jeremy Teigen, the anonymous reviewers at Political Behavior  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11109-008-9068-7 fatcat:ofggfojkargz3mtp27u7ncpc6a

Page 335 of Violence & Abuse Abstracts Vol. 4, Issue 4 [page]

1998 Violence & Abuse Abstracts  
The safe school: moving beyond crime prevention to school empowerment. Goldstein, Arnold P., and Jane Close Con- oley, eds. School violence intervention: a practical handbook.  ...  What information to obtain and where to secure it are discussed.  ... 

Approaching/departure: effacement, erasure and 'undoing' the fear of crime

Alexandra Fanghanel
2013 Cultural Geographies  
the importance, not only of attending to silences and absences used to promote feelings of safety, but also to the politics of these in the pursuit of safe-keeping.  ...  This paper complicates conventional understandings of safe-keeping by highlighting how, in the pursuit of safety, erasures based on classed, raced, or gendered 'othering' manifest themselves and it highlights  ...  This paper is also indebted to vigorous lacunic discussions with Jason Lim, and to Ludovic Coupaye, whose disdain of the metaphysical promoted rigour.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1474474013495643 fatcat:z33zrlkzlvfbdczld4xmzhgzba

Being safe from what and safe for whom? A critical discussion of the conceptual metaphor of 'safe space'

Karin K. Flensner, Marie Von der Lippe
2019 Intercultural Education  
and safe for whom? Related to the concept of safe space are questions about what possibly can make the classroom an unsafe place.  ...  Safe space, used in educational settings as a metaphor, stresses the importance of the classroom being a learning environment characterised by respect and safety.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors are grateful to the teachers and students who shared their experiences in their daily classroom practice and interviews.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14675986.2019.1540102 fatcat:zqamq2otkjb3taezo7lupsur7a

Cultivating Respectful Classroom Discourse in Trump's America

Jennifer Pendergrass
2017 GATESOL in Action Journal  
How can teachers provide a safe learning environment that respects all learners?  ...  Suggestions are presented for maintaining an intimidation-free classroom and encouraging respectful discourse in order to promote optimal learning opportunities.  ...  How can educators be aware of and sensitive to these very real fears? reminds teachers to monitor closely during times of transition, in the hallways, and during lunch.  ... 
doi:10.52242/giaj.v27i1.64 fatcat:t6xy7sfy6ffxjiz6m42qbexibm

Domestic violence and COVID-19: Our hidden epidemic

Jennifer Neil
2020 Australian Journal of General Practice  
In times of disaster, domestic violence rates tend to increase. This is a concern in the context of COVID-19, which is a more prolonged crisis than most of those studied.  ...  to appropriate services Discuss social supports Organise a safe time for follow-up  ...  and, 'Is it safe to ask you how things are at home?') If they say yes, ask questions such as, 'How are things at home?', 'Do you feel safe at home?'  ... 
doi:10.31128/ajgp-covid-25 pmid:32539247 fatcat:pkqn2ki2ufeuzdskzr4pf64o4y

A LOGIC SCHEME FOR REGULATING SAFE OPERATION OF RESEARCH REACTORS

ENSHERAH AHMED, AHMED EFFAT, F. RAHMAN
1997 International Conference on Aerospace Sciences and Aviation Technology  
It is developed to provide information , guidance and recommendations to be taken when constructing a RI&E program to be applied in the operational phase of the Egyptian research reactors.  ...  The RI&E procedures for regulating safe operation of research reactors are presented as flow charts, and then developed as a computer logic scheme.  ...  if it was a closed finding.  ... 
doi:10.21608/asat.1997.25461 fatcat:4wd347w6bre4lnztkzoq35voui

Page 395 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers Vol. 9, Issue [page]

1880 American Society of Civil Engineers. Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers  
How will the resistance of a grated or latticed surface compare with a plane surface? How close must one plate be to another in front of it to be exempt from any additional resistance?  ...  Would it not be well to discuss among ourselves the proper class of experiments desired, and how they could be made with the least expense, and then lay the matter before him for his consideration ?  ... 

Supplementary_-_Program – Supplemental material for Successful Initiation of Hybrid Closed-Loop System Using Virtual Pump Training Program in a Teenager With Type 1 Diabetes Previously Treated with Multiple Daily Injections

Goran Petrovski, Judith Campbell, Douha Almajali, Fawziya Al Khalaf, Khalid Hussain
2020 Figshare  
Supplemental material, Supplementary_-_Program for Successful Initiation of Hybrid Closed-Loop System Using Virtual Pump Training Program in a Teenager With Type 1 Diabetes Previously Treated with Multiple  ...  us • How to give a bolus for food • How to calibrate the sensor • How to insert cannula insertion (demo equipment) Virtual Pump Training Program for Hybrid Closed Loop System (Minimed 670G) in Patients  ...  • While delivering the basal rate, Auto mode uses a target of 120 mg/dL? Y/N Exit from Auto mode: • How long will the pump stay in minimum/maximum basal rate then exit to safe basal mode?  ... 
doi:10.25384/sage.12866503.v1 fatcat:i2x4zropifhj3bgetp4nus4gga

Lesson Planning in Primary School Using Lesson Study and Open Approach

Alisa Moonsri, Auijit Pattanajak
2013 Psychology  
Lesson plans are generally written in a way that helps teachers to layout and run classroom activities. Many researchers have examined how teachers go about planning.  ...  , time used in each part of the lesson, and how to summarize the lesson.  ...  Acknowledgements Research Promotion and National Research University Project of Thailand, Office of the Higher Education Commission, through the Cluster of Research to Enhance the Quality of Basic Education  ... 
doi:10.4236/psych.2013.412155 fatcat:4j6ss4cq7jhuznojot4ssiytei

Page 1549 of The Insurance Law Journal Vol. 82, Issue 6 [page]

1934 The Insurance Law Journal  
A lock which would keep the door closed during a fire so as to preserve the fireproof quality of the safe should be regarded as sufficient.  ...  W. 330. [2] The question as to the proper meaning of the term “fireproof safe,” within the meaning of a fire insurance policy, is discussed in the first two cited cases. These cases and Chimene v.  ... 
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