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Page 6289 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 2003h [page]

2003 Mathematical Reviews  
Laurentiu (R-IASIF1; Iasi) The home marking problem and some related concepts.  ...  Finally, some variants of the state space inclusion problem are related to the home marking and sub- marking problems, and their decidability status is discussed.  ... 

Page 203 of Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences Vol. 45, Issue 3 [page]

1953 Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences  
The hypotheses tested grew out of the concept of the developmental nature of human needs and problems.  ...  The first part presents some aspects of Arab civilization and relates them to educational efforts in Lebanon.  ... 

The Academic Self-concept of Adolescents Who Live in Disadvantaged Home Environments: A Life Orientation Perspective

M. D. Magano, F. E. Gouws
2012 Journal of Social Sciences  
The purpose of the study was to find out whether there is a relationship between the academic self-concept and a disadvantaged home environment.  ...  A survey wa s done on 461 adolescents and concurrently twenty early and middle adolescents from disadvantaged home environments were purposely selected to participate in the qualitative part of the study  ...  The quality of parent-child relations in the home environment creates a favourable environment for learning.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09718923.2012.11893075 fatcat:ljdzeghmzbe3dfvu3obdi7rrle

Page 227 of Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences Vol. 49, Issue 3 [page]

1957 Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences  
Married home economics students marked fewer problems than did single students and indicated less concern about some of the items concerned with time management.  ...  There were some evidences that Roman Catholic students were somewhat more problem-conscious than Jewish and Protestant students, particularly in the area of home and family.  ... 

Page 293 of Rural Sociology Vol. 5, Issue 3 [page]

1940 Rural Sociology  
CONCEPTS OF MARGINALITY 293 marginality and certain related problems.  ...  The three con- cepts will be taken up in order, with cursory attention to empirical and cultural marginality and a more detailed consideration of problems related to the economic case. III.  ... 

Page 1322 of American Journal of Public Health Vol. 22, Issue 12 [page]

1932 American Journal of Public Health  
This makes necessary the provisions for special studies in refer ence to the negro if a comprehensive conception of his problems and _ thei of other racial Recognizing connections with those groups is  ...  relations.  ... 

Page 1426 of Management & Marketing Abstracts Vol. 19, Issue 11 [page]

1994 Management & Marketing Abstracts  
Mark. no. 146, 1994, pp 53-65 (In French) Here, the concept of marketing is applied to the association, and what is called relational marketing is examined.  ...  However, some doubt is cast over this premise by the problem of homelessness.  ... 

Page 56 of The Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders Vol. 12, Issue 1 [page]

1947 The Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders  
Concept of ‘absolute’ values for ‘success’ and ‘failure.’ Attitudes toward ‘relapse.’ Attitudes toward people and _ situations and problems upon return home.  ...  The experience of teaching such a class impresses one more and more with the fact that persons with defec- tive speech share common problems whose solutions are critically related to speech rehabilitation  ... 

Page 87 of MH: Mental Hygiene Vol. 14, Issue 1 [page]

1930 MH: Mental Hygiene  
The privilege of giving the young mother some conception of the principles of good mental health is a part of the prenatal instruction.  ...  The psychiatric clinic, the chil- dren’s court, the school, and even to a certain extent the social worker see difficulties after they are marked enough to be labeled behavior problems.  ... 

Page 143 of Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice Vol. 22, Issue 2 [page]

2006 Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice  
This generated some very challeng- ing and stimulating, not to mention heated conversations between the Russian/ Ukranian and British research teams, mainly related to linguistic difficulties and cul-  ...  Linguistic issues also arose when translating words and concepts from Ukrainian and Russian into English. The first problem encountered was how best to translate the Russian militsiya into English.  ... 

Reviews

1921 Mathematics Teacher  
The work sets forth the problem. by no means new, as to the relation of philosophy to education, and particularly to the study of mathematics.  ...  Price, 12 Marks. Among those of early middle age who have ranked as the leaders in the teaching of mathematics in Germany in the past fifteen vears, no one is better known at home or abroad than Dr.  ... 
doi:10.5951/mt.14.4.0215 fatcat:qul3ozk725a7jadaeb664gjepa

DIAGNOSTICS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL PECULIARITIES OF EMOTIONAL ATTITUDES OF AN INTERNALLY DISPLACED PEOPLE

Yaroslava Vasylkevych
2019 Social Work and Education  
Theoretical frameworks of the problem of migration processes in the psychology relate to the problems of acculturation (J. Barry, S.  ...  The gender specificity of the structure of the attitudes of forced migrants is determined (men have higher levels of emotional stability and self-esteem, they are more satisfied with business relations  ...  Men are more aware of their ability to solve complex life problems; satisfied with business relations; focused on activities and aspiration for self-realization in the business sphere.  ... 
doi:10.25128/2520-6230.19.2.7 fatcat:ny2kwrarlvb27mx4qcnosuzqdi

Page 929 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 66, Issue 4 [page]

1981 Psychological Abstracts  
These results were much less marked for females than for males. Information on the home backgrounds of high- anxious/low-motivated pupils suggested a higher incidence of home problems.  ...  ANOVA carried out with 23 concepts in a factorial design (School xX Achievement X Sex) indicated some independent and interactive effects.  ... 

Page 306 of Journal of the American Geriatrics Society Vol. 16, Issue 3 [page]

1968 Journal of the American Geriatrics Society  
Some patients can be rehabilitated to the point of self-care so that they can live at home, and some can be rehabilitated to the point of employability.  ...  The cost-benefit evaluations have missed the mark by limiting their matrix to the level of analysis that would be appropriate for a middle-aged worker, and have not really been applied to the problems  ... 

Page 37 of Journal of Abnormal Psychology Vol. 21, Issue 1 [page]

1926 Journal of Abnormal Psychology  
A ten-year-old boy, who had been re- turned to an orphanage after the death of his foster parents, was a marked behavior problem at that institution.  ...  on the basis of his dreams, and she consented to give him a home with her.  ... 
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