New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2011. Glowatz, Elana. “Robot Granted Citizenship In Saudi Arabia Immediately Trolls Elon Musk.” International Business Times, October 26, 2017. Gold, Kenneth M. School's in: The History of Summer Education ...
Author: David V. Anderson
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Category: Social Science
Who's afraid of for-profit education? Those who work in non-profit or government owned and operated schools. Many parents and other stakeholders have been made fearful by this education establishment. What's more important to humans: nutrition or education? Nutrition is more important because it is the prerequisite for other human activities, including education. What organizations provide food and who pays for the food? Food is provided by for-profit farmers, for-profit processors, for-profit wholesalers, and for-profit retailers. Most food is purchased with the consumers' own money, but a significant amount is purchased by low-income individuals using food stamps. Why can't education be provided similarly using education stamps? We trust for-profit enterprises to provide our food. Why can't we trust for-profit enterprises to provide K-12 education? Fearmongers have frightened us and made us into gullible compliant socialists who despise commercial activities in education. Go to the supermarket and ponder its marvelous array of foods and then contemplate how a for-profit K-12 education sector would please and amaze its customers.
Thus, in 2011, with the aforementioned Quality of Working Life survey, Accord found 88% of members worked unpaid overtime every week with almost 30% doing more than 5 hours (My Accord, Summer 2011). One of the reasons for this was that ...
Author: Gregor Gall
Category: Business & Economics
This book describes and analyses the impact of the 2007-2008 financial crisis upon the working conditions of employees in the financial services sector in Britain. It tells the story of workers being made to pay the price for a crisis that was not of their own making, but nevertheless caused a deleterious impact on their employment security, remuneration and working conditions. Evidence of fighting back against this has been sparse so that the response of employees is best characterised as ‘fright’ (grudgingly working harder and longer), ‘flight’ (leaving the sector through redundancy), and ‘falling in line’ (accepting the diktat of performance managements systems). Through this book we learn the reasons behind this acquiescence, with its detailed attention to topics such as the stunted development of labour unionism, the prevalence of union-management partnerships, and the occurrence of employment insecurity and labour shedding. Providing a valuable insight into the effects of the financial crash, Employment Relations in Financial Services will be useful to academics, students and also trade unionists.
... who all call for a halt to the “war” and the creation of a global policy that will confront the drug problem without futile reliance on excessively punitive policies that don't work.12 In the summer of 2011 Inimai Chettiar, ...
Author: Ivan G. Goldman
Publisher: Potomac Books, Inc.
In America, 2.3 million people-a population about the size of Houston's, the country's fourth-largest city-live behind bars. Sick Justice explores the economic, social, and political forces that hijacked the criminal justice system to create this bizarre situation. Presenting frightening true stories of (sometimes wrongfully) incarcerated individuals, Ivan G. Goldman exposes the inept bureaucracies of America's prisons and shows the real reasons that disproportionate numbers of minorities, the poor, and the mentally ill end up there. Goldman dissects the widespread phenomenon of jailing for profit, the outsized power of prison guards' unions, California's exceptionally rigid three-strikes law, the ineffective and never-ending war on drugs, the closing of mental health institutions across the country, and other blunders and avaricious practices that have brought us to this point. Sick Justice tells a big, gripping story that's long overdue. By illuminating the system's brutality and greed and the prisoners' gratuitous suffering, the book aims to be a catalyst for reform, complementing the work of the Innocence Project and mirroring the effects of Michael Harrington's The Other America: Poverty in the United States (1962), which became the driving force behind the war on poverty.
The company was called Pharmasset, reflecting the intention not to bring drugs all the way through development to market, but to 'create assets that would be sold to companies'.45 More than a decade later, in the summer of 2011, ...
Author: Billy Kenber
Publisher: Canongate Books
The pharmaceutical industry is broken. From the American hedge fund manager who hiked the price of an AIDS pill from $17.50 to $750 overnight to the children's cancer drugs left intentionally to expire in a Spanish warehouse, the signs of this dysfunction are all around. A system that was designed to drive innovation and patient care has been relentlessly distorted to drive up profits. Medicines have become nothing more than financial assets. The focus of drug research, how drugs are priced and who has access to them is now dictated by shareholder value, not the good of the public. Drug companies fixated on ever-higher profits are being fined for bribing doctors and striking secret price-gouging deals, while patients desperate for life-saving medicines are driven to the black market in search of drugs that national health services can't afford. Sick Money argues that the way medicines are developed and paid for is no longer working. Unless we take action we risk a dramatic decline in the pace of drug development and a future in which medicines are only available to the highest bidder. In this book investigative journalist Billy Kenber offers a diagnosis of an industry in crisis and a prescription for how we can fight back.
History: in summer 2011, a new illness of dairy cows was reported in Germany (North Rhine-Westphalia) and in the Netherlands that involved fever, anorexia, and reduced milk yield; the disease spread rapidly over western and central ...
Author: Karl Maramorosch
Publisher: Academic Press
The first review series in virology and published since 1953, Advances in Virus Research covers a diverse range of in-depth reviews, providing a valuable overview of the field. The series of eclectic volumes are valuable resources to virologists, microbiologists, immunologists, molecular biologists, pathologists, and plant researchers. Volume 89 features articles on topics including plant-based vaccines, transmission of arthropod-borne viruses by mosquitoes, arboviruses in domestic and wild animals, and more. Contributions from leading authorities Comprehensive reviews for general and specialist use First and longest-running review series in virology
Jeffrey Kluger, “How America's Children Packed on the Pounds,” Time, June 23, 2008. Deborah Kotz, “Can She End Obesity? ... “The New Phys Ed,” Instructor, Summer 2011. Michelle Tan, “I'm Sick of Being Big,” People, June 22, 2009.
Author: Laurie Willis
Publisher: Greenhaven Publishing LLC
Category: Young Adult Nonfiction
Today's high-tech world is truly awesome, but it comes with a price. Children now spend more than seven and a half hours a day in front of a screen, be it a tablet, P.C., smart phone, or television. If we are supposed to exercise one hour a day to keep up with health standards, that isn't happening. Young readers need to know that exercise really can keep them healthy, help them age well, and help them avoid many diseases. This collection of essays will inspire readers to take an interest in their own health, and to develop intelligent, balanced opinions on exercise and fitness. Readers will learn about the actions that can be taken by families, schools, and communities to improve fitness levels and nutrition and to reduce obesity.
When workers feel compelled to serve food while sick, they are at higher risk of suffering prolonged illness on the job, ... In summer 2011, thousands of people were ex- posed to hepatitis in an Olive Garden restaurant in Fayetteville, ...
Author: Saru Jayaraman
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Category: Political Science
"When you work in restaurants you think the industry is everything, It’s being outside, talking to people, serving people. You feel like you’re part of something good. People mostly go out to eat for good stuff—proposals, weddings, birthdays—not to fight. You’re part of someone’s proposal—you bring the ring in an ice cream cake, you watch her reaction. You feel like you’re part of their experience, their special moment, even if the people don’t care who you are—you’re just the server." "Sustainability is about contributing to a society that everybody benefits from, not just going organic because you don’t want to die from cancer or have a difficult pregnancy. What is a sustainable restaurant? It’s one in which as the restaurant grows, the people grow with it." How do restaurant workers live on some of the lowest wages in America? And how do poor working conditions—discriminatory labor practices, exploitation, and unsanitary kitchens—affect the meals that arrive at our restaurant tables? Saru Jayaraman, who launched the national restaurant workers’ organization Restaurant Opportunities Centers United, sets out to answer these questions by following the lives of restaurant workers in New York City, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Miami, Detroit, and New Orleans. Blending personal narrative and investigative journalism, Jayaraman shows us that the quality of the food that arrives at our restaurant tables depends not only on the sourcing of the ingredients. Our meals benefit from the attention and skill of the people who chop, grill, sauté, and serve. Behind the Kitchen Door is a groundbreaking exploration of the political, economic, and moral implications of dining out. Jayaraman focuses on the stories of individuals, like Daniel, who grew up on a farm in Ecuador and sought to improve the conditions for employees at Del Posto; the treatment of workers behind the scenes belied the high-toned Slow Food ethic on display in the front of the house. Increasingly, Americans are choosing to dine at restaurants that offer organic, fair-trade, and free-range ingredients for reasons of both health and ethics. Yet few of these diners are aware of the working conditions at the restaurants themselves. But whether you eat haute cuisine or fast food, the well-being of restaurant workers is a pressing concern, affecting our health and safety, local economies, and the life of our communities. Highlighting the roles of the 10 million people, many immigrants, many people of color, who bring their passion, tenacity, and vision to the American dining experience, Jayaraman sets out a bold agenda to raise the living standards of the nation’s second-largest private sector workforce—and ensure that dining out is a positive experience on both sides of the kitchen door.
Some may need to talk more about dealing with the chronic illness as a family, while others want to talk through things ... When Randy was in ICU during the summer of 2011 when everything fell apart, I became acquainted with several ...
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Lubkin's Chronic Illness, Tenth Edition is an essential text for nursing students who seek to understand the various aspects of chronic Illness affecting both patients and families. Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition.
Release on 2011-12-15 | by Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Defence Committee
In the meantime , an interim capability will be established in Tidworth by Summer 2011 . ... ongoing welfare and specialist support centre for wounded , injured or sick soldiers as they return to duty or transition into civilian life .
Author: Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Defence Committee
Publisher: The Stationery Office
Category: Technology & Engineering
The Government must show how the excellent medical care being delivered to injured service personnel will continue long after the memory of the Afghan Operation fades. This report, which gives praise to the first class medical treatment provided for the Armed Forces, questions whether the support for injured personnel will be sustainable over the long term. In particular, the committee is concerned about the number of people who may go on to develop severe and life-limiting, physical, mental health, alcohol or neurological problems. There is still a question mark over whether the Government as a whole fully understands the likely future demands and related costs
1989 to 2011 Absences from work revisited Spring 1992 Taking their leave Autumn 1989 On maternity leave Summer 1989 ... Autumn 2006 ( July 2006 ) On sick leave Summer 2006 ( April 2006 ) The labour market in the week of September 11 ...
This summer  the United Nations warned of a possible resurgence of the virus – which peaked in 2006, at one point infecting people in sixty-three countries – saying there are indications a mutant strain may be spreading in Asia.
Author: Ian Jeffries
North Korea continues to be a country of great concern internationally, where future developments are uncertain, especially as a result of the succession to the leadership of Kim Jong-un following the death of Kim Jong-il. It is also a country which is relatively unknown and relatively little studied. This book provides a comprehensive, detailed survey of economic and political developments in the last few years. As such it provides many insights into the current trends which are likely to shape the country’s future direction.
Channel 4 News, 'FactCheck: The Work Programme is improving – but it still fails the sick and disabled', 26 September 2013 (http://blogs.channel4.com/factcheck/ ... Poverty, number 139, summer 2011, CPAG. Alex Hern, 'Workfare is not ...
Author: Mary O'Hara
Publisher: Policy Press
Category: Business & Economics
Since taking power in 2010, the Coalition Government in the United Kingdom has pushed through a drastic program of cuts to public spending, all in the name of austerity. The effects on large segments of the population, dependent on programs whose funding was slashed, have been devastating and will continue to be felt for generations. This timely book by journalist Mary O'Hara chronicles the real-world effects of austerity, removing it from the bland, technocratic language of politics and showing just what austerity means to ordinary lives. Drawing on hundreds of hours of first-person interviews with a wide range of people and, in the paperback edition, featuring an updated afterword by the author, the book explores the grim reality of living amid the biggest reduction of the welfare state in the postwar era and offers a compelling corrective to narratives of shared sacrifice.
As a health status measure, severe daily pain outweighed many other health status measures (Langley et al., 2011; ... one of the major health problems in Europe (Fayaz et al., 2016; Goldberg and Summer, 2011; Harstall and Ospina, 2003).
Author: Christopher Eccleston
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The European Pain Federation EFIC is made up of Chapters of the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP). Its Health Care Professionals look after a population of over 740 million people in its 37 member countries. European Pain Management provides a review of the organization and delivery of pain care in the 37 European countries. Leaders in the field of pain management from each country offer a chapter on how their health and pain care services are organized, the demands of their specific populations, the specific national challenges they face, and examples of innovations and advances. After this comprehensive summary, key experts in the field discuss issues that are pertinent to all the European nations; ranging from working with young people to managing opioids, and the rise of pain as a specialism. The final chapter pulls together themes from across the entire book, making a call to envision a new form of pain management for a new Europe. European Pain Management provides an authoritative summary, description, and discussion of the challenges and opportunities for improving the care of people living in pain.
“The City of Acre's Space as the Space of the Sick Body: On Judd Ne'eman's Film 'Observation on Acre, January 1976.'” Cinema South Notebooks [in Hebrew] 1 (2006): ... 2 (Summer 2011): 151–64. —. “From National Heroes to Post-National ...
Author: Raz Yosef
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Category: Performing Arts
In this collection, leading scholars in both film studies and Israeli studies show that beyond representing familiar historical accounts or striving to offer a more complete and accurate depiction of the past, Israeli cinema has innovatively used trauma and memory to offer insights about Israeli society and to engage with cinematic experimentation and invention. Tracing a long line of films from the 1940s up to the 2000s, the contributors use close readings of these films not only to reconstruct the past, but also to actively engage with it. Addressing both high-profile and lesser known fiction and non-fiction Israeli films, Deeper than Oblivion underlines the unique aesthetic choices many of these films make in their attempt to confront the difficulties, perhaps even impossibility, of representing trauma. By looking at recent and classic examples of Israeli films that turn to memory and trauma, this book addresses the pressing issues and disputes in the field today.
CHAPTER ONE June, 2011 Introduction June 7, 2011 This will just be a quick note to introduce my new blog and bring my fans up-to-date on what I've been doing. Thank you to everyone who has purchased my first three novels; ...
Google did not try to identify actual or potential sick people. Rather, it sifted through the ... The fact that it was not better than the CDC, however, was disconcerting, but things really began to fall apart in late summer 2011.
Author: Bradley Alger
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Defense of Scientific Hypothesis: From Reproducibility Crisis to Big Data sets out to explain and defend the scientific hypothesis. Alger's mission is to counteract the misinformation and misunderstanding about the hypothesis that even seasoned scientists have concerning its nature and place in modern science. Most biological scientists receive little or no formal training in scientific thinking. Further, the hypothesis is under attack by critics who claim that it is irrelevant to science. In order to appreciate and evaluate scientific controversies like global climate change, vaccine safety, etc., the public first needs to understand the hypothesis. Defense of Scientific Hypothesis begins by describing and analyzing the scientific hypothesis in depth and examining its relationships to various kinds of science. Alger then guides readers through a review of the hypothesis in the context of the Reproducibility Crisis and presents survey data on how scientists perceive and employ hypotheses. He assesses cognitive factors that influence our ability to use the hypothesis and makes practical and policy recommendations for teaching and learning about it. Finally, Alger considers two possible futures of the hypothesis in science as the Big Data revolution looms: in one scenario, the hypothesis is displaced by the Big Data Mindset that forgoes understanding in favor of correlation and prediction. In the other, robotic science incorporates the hypotheses into mechanized laboratories guided by artificial intelligence. But in his illuminating epilogue, Alger envisions a third way, the Centaur Scientist, a symbiotic relationship between human scientists and computers.
1 (Summer 2011): 24¥51. 7 Paid leave can take several forms, such as sick leave, bereavement leave, and personal leave. Districts can also offer unpaid leave. In addition, employees are entitled to unpaid leave under relevant federal ...
Author: Faith Crampton
For both aspiring and experienced education leaders in school budgeting, finance, and resource management courses, Money and Schools explains and demonstrates the relationship between money and equality of educational opportunity. Grounded in research and best practices, this book provides a broad overview of school finance, budgeting, and resource allocation, as well as a detailed examination of day-to-day funding operations. This accessible and engaging book offers strong connections to real-world experiences and detailed information on pre-K–12 funding history, concepts, and current operations. New to this edition: • Cutting edge research on the relationship of money and student learning outcomes, alterations to state aid distribution formulas, new federal education initiatives, and a changing landscape in school finance litigation. • New concepts that have gained traction since the last edition of the book, including school choice and privatization, Common Core State Standards, value-added teacher evaluation, and growth of online options at the K–12 level. • Updated end-of-chapter activities and additional resources that are aligned with the key concepts and content of each chapter. • Online instructor resources
... called the disease serotswana and they had observed that it struck in the summer months and, like gallsickness, ... 99 Daniel Gambo, Lusaka, 28 February 2011; Zulu Mokoena, Lusaka, 2 March 2011;Johannes Motaung, Makwane Tebang, ...
Author: William Beinart
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd
Category: Business & Economics
A much needed examination of contemporary approaches to animal healing in South Africa, and the role of local knowledge.
Grob, Gerald N. Mental Illness and American Society, 1874–1940. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1983. Hirschbein, Laura D. American ... 1 (Spring/ Summer 2011): 67–83. www. jstor.org/stable/140061358. Sylvander, Carolyn.
Author: Neil Brooks
Publisher: Anthem Press
Category: Literary Criticism
This intersectional collection considers how literature, film, and narrative, more broadly, take up the complexities of health, demonstrating the pivotal role of storytelling in health politics.
... situation of Germany, which was considered at the end of the 1990s as the 'sick man/economy of Europe'. ... with rescues afforded to, successively Ireland (autumn 2010), Portugal (spring 2011), Greece again (summer 2011), ...
Author: Sabine Saurugger
Category: Political Science
Comparative regional integration has met with increasing interest over the last twenty years with the emergence or reinforcing of new regional dynamics in the EU, NAFTA, MERCOSUR and ASEAN. This volume systematically and comparatively analyses the reasons for regional integration and stalemate in European, Latin American and Asian regional integration. It examines whether regional integration systems change in crisis periods, or more precisely in periods of economic crises, and why they change in different directions. Based on a neo-institutionalist research framework and rigorously comparative research design, the individual chapters analyse why financial and economic crises lead to more or less integrated systems and which factors lead to these institutional changes. Specifically it addresses institutional change in regional integration schemes, power relations between member states and the institutions in different policy domains, and change in individual or collective citizens’ attitudes towards regional integration. Adopting an actor-centred approach, the book highlights which regional integration schemes are influenced by economic and financial crises and how to explain this. This text will be of key interest to scholars, students and policy specialists in regional integration, European Politics, International Relations, and Latin American and Asian studies.