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Housing in US Fordism

Richard L. Florida, Marshall M.A. Feldman
1988 International Journal of Urban and Regional Research  
Some groups were left out, however, as a highly segmented housing system both reflected and cut across more general patterns of class fragmentation and labour market segmentation.  ...  appliances and consumer products, as well as a wide range of public and private services.  ...  Collins (1978: 1981) and McQuaid (1976: 1078: 1982). 387 in 1929 to 0.360 in 1935 and 0.290 by 1945.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-2427.1988.tb00449.x fatcat:g7hffhr3i5ajvlrbe32zvplbny

Murray Levine, The history and politics of community mental health, Oxford University Press, 1981, 8vo, pp. 232, £11.00

Andrew Scull
1983 Medical history  
Windows on the mind. Reflections on the physical basis of consciousness, Brighton, Harvester Press, 1982, 8vo, pp. 285, illus., £9.95.  ...  In brief, this flawed and uneven book contains little new information, but provides a useful overview of major recent developments in American mental health policy.  ...  p. 14); Dorothea Dix portrayed as an early women's liberationist (p. 24)); and a propensity for sweeping and overstated generalizations ("from 1830 to 1945, there were no real developments in mental health  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0025727300042733 fatcat:cxn3icrkr5d2rk2evgtcyagyci

Public Service Reform

Dr. Stephen Olufemi Obasa
2019 The International Journal of Humanities & Social Studies  
policy decisions (Adebayo, 1981).  ...  for the Federal Civil Service as captured in the 2017-2019 Strategy of the Office of the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation as anchored on four strategic goals, including: To develop and institutionalise  ...  for hierarchical relationships; e/ Use of market or market-like mechanisms for the delivery of public services (including privatisation, contracting out, the development of internal markets, and so forth  ... 
doi:10.24940/heijhss/2019/v7/i11/hs1910-004 fatcat:g2vcp7wyt5gafm5jlkt5bxttlm

Community Service-Learning: Why Can't Canada Be More Like Mexico?

Victoria Calvert, Halia Valladares Montemayor
2018 Engaged Scholar Journal Community-Engaged Research Teaching and Learning  
In Mexico, the community service strategy and requirements for undergraduate students are both longstanding and mandated by the Mexican Constitution.  ...  Student involvement with community partners, as represented through community service-learning (CSL) and volunteerism in Canada, are sponsored by many post-secondary institutions but are not driven by  ...  Conclusion The community engagement practices of Canada and Mexico are a study of opposites: while Mexico has a federally legislated requirement for community service for all post-secondary students and  ... 
doi:10.15402/esj.v4i1.307 fatcat:hl2fg2furzfonmq5eznqretovu

Medicare and the care of First Nations, Métis and Inuit

Josée G. Lavoie
2018 Health Economics, Policy and Law  
The Act is silent on its relationship to the Indigenous health care system – what some have described as Canada's 14th health care system.  ...  dispute and/or confusion; and explicitly recognize First Nations and Inuit health care services as integral yet distinct systems, that nevertheless must be welcomed to seamlessly work with provincial  ...  Acknowledgement The Associated Medical Services (AMS Healthcare) has a long and impressive history as a catalyst for change in healthcare.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1744133117000391 pmid:29388515 fatcat:s5cakcvmsjcddeh5dln6emh7fi

Unfulfilled Promises, Future Possibilities: The Refugee Resettlement System in the United States

Anastasia Brown, Todd Scribner
2014 Journal on Migration and Human Security  
America (Anker and Posner 1981, 11) .  ...  The issue of information sharing and coordination between government agencies in the case of secondary migration is one example of a much bigger problem confronting the resettlement system.  ... 
doi:10.14240/jmhs.v2i2.27 fatcat:yfcogqgx2jaw3gxgpij55tjiwu

Issues of Vocational and Technical Education On Vision 20 2020

O. A 1Adebile, 2Ojo, A. O. (Senior Lecturer
2013 Zenodo  
The 6-3-3-4 education system was developed for the vocationalization of the secondary school curriculum in Nigeria.  ...  In 2009, of the total number of qualified secondary school students for enrollment into Universities and Polytechnics only 28% of them could be admitted,there is not enough vocational institutions that  ...  directive that post-primary schools should be more comprehensive a policy already reflected in the National Policy on Education had earlier proposed in 1981.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3404644 fatcat:hbxpiwde3fd5failjgqmhzdo54

Social Work in Slovakia in the period after 1945

J. Levicka, K. Levicka
2016 Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention  
and current state of Social Work in Slovakia brought on by ignoring events in the given period.  ...  The aim of this article is to contribute to overcoming the claim that after 1951 there was a violent abolition of Social Work in the former Czechoslovakia and point out the consequences for the development  ...  The subjects of the research were primary and secondary sources dealing with Social Work, Social Services etc.  ... 
doi:10.22359/cswhi_7_1_02 fatcat:qyfpxnnjmzcl5ixonslq6a5m7e

Factors Militating Against Effective Implementation of the 6-3-3-4 Education Policy in Nigeria: A Case Study in Policy Failure

Stanley Aibieyi, Igiebor Henry Oghoator
2015 African Research Review  
On this basis, the study recommends that for the 6-3-3-4 system to succeed, there is need for gradual and systematic approach towards the implementation of the policy and also ensure that the goals and  ...  objectives set be periodically evaluated to create opportunity for innovations aimed at solving the emerging problems and so on.  ...  The National Policy on Education (NPE-1981) recommended the establishment of more National Technical Teachers' colleges for the production of adequate man-power supply for the country.  ... 
doi:10.4314/afrrev.v9i4.24 fatcat:e7g4czgkz5fnbml27ob5c53ot4

The right to translation and interpreting into and from Albanian as a reflection of fundamental civil rights in Kosovo between 1912 and 1999

Arben Shala
2021 STRIDON: Studies in Translation and Interpreting  
of the Albanian language in education and in the security sector in Kosovo with special emphasis on translation and interpreting.  ...  Through the analysis of official legal documentation, this paper presents a historical overview of the development of laws and practices regarding language policies in Socialist Yugoslavia, and the use  ...  This was the period when Albanians provided legal services in Kosovo for the first time: and some lawyers from the present-day Albania and a few people from Kosovo provided legal services in Albanian  ... 
doi:10.4312/stridon.1.1.33-55 fatcat:5eg4b46jg5hzlnb7zvdgrmr6mu

A New Daily Federal Funds Rate Series and History of the Federal Funds Market, 1928-1954

Sriya Anbil, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.), Mark Carlson, Christopher Hanes, David C. Wheelock, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.), State University of New York, Binghamton, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2020 Finance and Economics Discussion Series  
For the 1940s-1950s, our series provides new information about the transition away from wartime interest-rate pegs culminating in the 1951 Treasury-Federal Reserve Accord.  ...  Our federal funds rate series will enhance the ability of researchers to study an eventful period in U.S. financial history and to better understand how monetary policy was transmitted to banking and financial  ...  rate at 1/4 percent through mid-1945 after which there were signs of some pickup in activity. 42 On May 21, 1945, the Journal reported an offered range of 3/8 percent to 1/2 percent.  ... 
doi:10.17016/feds.2020.059 fatcat:vzt54iut7fawfolrruqip27ch4

History education in Nigeria: Past, present and future

Grace Akanbi, Alice Jekayinfa, Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo, Nigeria, University of Ilorin, Nigeria
2021 Historical Encounters: A Journal of Historical Consciousness, Historical Cultures, and History Education  
However, in 1982 History was delisted from the basic school curriculum and retained only as an elective subject in the Senior Secondary school.  ...  Part of the outcome of the conference was the emergence of the first Indigenous education policy in 1977.  ...  Eventually, The National Policy on Education (NPE) of 1977 adopted a 6-3-3-4 system of education (6 years of study for Primary, 3 for Junior Secondary, 3 for Senior Secondary, and 4 for Higher education  ... 
doi:10.52289/hej8.204 fatcat:6mdsl3bozrh5rg2t7frxxea4m4

"Public Innovation in Post-Transition Countries: Experiences from Brazil and Romania"

Dany Flávio TONELLI, Department of Administration and Economics, Federal University of Lavras, Lavras, Brazil, danytonelli@ufla.br, Mălina VOICU, Marian ZULEAN, Research Institute for Quality of Life, Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania, malina.voicu@iccv.ro, Social Science Department, Faculty of Public Administration and Business, University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania E-mail: marian.zulean@icub.unibuc.ro
2019 Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences  
We based our investigation on two comparative case studies, using secondary data and employing document analysis and previous researches' reports.  ...  In Brazil, the inquiry was connected to the atypical federation, where the subnational states developed an extraordinary economic and budgetary dependence on the Union.  ...  In Brazil, this situation reflects on the centralization of designing and elaborating the pathway school program by one federal office.  ... 
doi:10.24193/tras.si2019.8 fatcat:3ku5pmt6lvfqfboyeji4hnxjfe

Welfare expenditure and policy orientation in Canada in comparative perspective

Julia S. O'connor
2008 Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie  
The rationale for considering both elements is that they reflect different ap- proaches to social policy (Kohl, 1981).  ...  Health insurance reflects a concern with the payment for medical services rather than a focus on the structural causation of disease.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1755-618x.1989.tb00415.x fatcat:fm3a47gxsnc3xcbktceswwreya

Listening for Prescriptions: A National Consultation on Pharmaceutical Policy Issues

Steve Morgan, Colleen Cunningham
2010 Healthcare Policy | Politiques de Santé  
Where institutional, ideological and electoral conditions allowed for large-scale change and all services were introduced simultaneously, countries tended to maintain the full scope of services.  ...  The study also investigates the implications of the approach to policy development for subsequent policy outcomes.  ...  For example, in Canada the decision to approach health policy incrementally, one service at a time, was established over a number of years between 1945 and 1950.  ... 
doi:10.12927/hcpol.2010.22034 fatcat:2mftb5mbgbfnrg7bvnfkrseugq
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