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Managerial Succession and Organizational Effectiveness

A negative correlation is found between (1) rates of managerial succession and effectiveness and (2) change in succession rate and change in organizational effectiveness among sixteen professional baseball teams examined over two time periods, 1921-41...

A Macrosociological Theory of Social Structure

Social structure is conceptualized as the distributions of a population among social positions in a multidimensional space of positions. This quantitative conception of social structure is the basis for a deductive theory of the macrostructure of social...

Geometry of Subducted Slabs Related to San Andreas Transform

Development of the San Andreas transform by rise-trench encounter in coastal California influenced the structural evolution of a large region within the adjacent continent. Continuation of arc magmatism and tectonism depends upon the presence of a subducted...

Religion, Disability, Depression, and the Timing of Death

Despite its importance in Durkheim's work, the subject of religion's influence on health and well-being is rarely addressed in contemporary sociological research. This study of elderly persons in New Haven, Connecticut, examines the prospective relationship...

The Misuse of Ratios, Indices, and Percentages in Ecophysiological Research

Ratios are used by many ecological physiologists to adjust (or scale) data that vary allometrically with body size. We use two sets of real data from our laboratory to illustrate in detail how investigators may be misled by statistical analyses performed...

Defining and evaluating network communities based on ground-truth

Nodes in real-world networks organize into densely linked communities where edges appear with high concentration among the members of the community. Identifying such communities of nodes has proven to be a challenging task due to a plethora of definitions...

Sources of Error in Joint Surveys

Synopsis Because of the significant influence of joints on important engineering properties of hard un-weathered rock, a description of such rock is inadequate for engineering purposes unless it includes reasonably complete and accurate information concerning...

Trade Unions in the Production Process

In order to estimate the effects of unions on worker productivity, a Cobb-Douglas production function is modified so that unionization is included as a variable. The resulting functional form is similar to that used to isolate the effect of worker quality...

On Indexation and Contract Length

This paper examines the joint determination of labor contract length and the degree of wage indexation in a neoclassical model modified to incorporate short-term wage rigidities and uncertainty, both real and monetary. A number of propositions are demonstrated....

Planck 2015 results. XIII. Cosmological parameters

This paper presents cosmological results based on full-mission Planck observations of temperature and polarization anisotropies of the cosmic microwavebackground (CMB) radiation. Our results are in very good agreement with the 2013 analysis of the Planck...

The Astronomical Theory of Climatic Change: Barbados Data

The island of Barbados, West Indies, was an area of tectonic emergence during the Pleistocene. As Barbados was uplifted, reef tracts formed around the island. The interaction of gradual tectonic uplift of the island and glacio-eustatic sea level fluctuations...

Precambrian Tectonics and Crustal Evolution in South India

About 3.4 Ga ago voluminous calc-alkaline magmas represented by the granitoid gneisses of southern India were emplaced into a now poorly preserved non-continental crust. Unstable ensialic basins, initiated at about 3.0 Ga, were filled...

Turbidity Currents as a Cause of Graded Bedding

Some types of graded bedding, especially minor or isolated occurrences and varved "clays," can be readily accounted for by normal processes of sedimentation. Volcanic eruptions, dust storms, annual and longer climatic rhythms, rejuvenation of relief at...

Dilatancy for cohesionless soils

Dilatancy is often considered a unique function of the stress ratio η = q/p′, in terms of the triaxial stress variables q and p′. With this assumption, the direction of plastic flow is uniquely related to η, irrespective of the material internal...

Embarrassment and Social Organization

Embarrassment, a possibility in every face-to-face encounter, demostrates some generic properties of interaction. It occurs whenever an individual is felt to have projected incopatible definition of himself before those present. These projections do not...

Interpreting the Effect of Distance on Migration

In this paper I discuss the economic (and other) determinants of the adverse effect of distance on migration, which is demonstrated by the negative distance elasticity of migration flows. These determinants are sorted and classified into two groups: (1)...

Analysis of Erosion Thresholds, Channel Networks, and Landscape Morphology Using a Digital Terrain Model

To investigate the linkage between erosion process and channel network extent, we develop two simple erosion threshold theories driven by a steady state runoff model that are used in the digital terrain model TOPOG to predict the pattern of channelization....

The Added Worker Effect

The term "added worker effect" usually refers to a temporary increase in the labor supply of married women whose husbands have become unemployed. This paper presents a new approach to the empirical study of the added worker effect, which emphasizes the...

Short-Term Projects and Emergent Careers: Evidence from Hollywood

The Hollywood film industry is considered as a system of recurrent ties among the various major participants who usually work under short-term contracts for single films. This form of project-based organization in seen as a response to uncertainty and...

WATER SORPTIVITY OF MORTARS AND CONCRETES: A REVIEW

The sorptivity is an easily measured material property which characterizes the tendency of a porous material to absorb and transmit water by capillarity. Its theoretical basis in unsaturated flow theory is reviewed, together with methods of measurement...

OPTIMAL ORAL ANTICOAGULANT THERAPY IN PATIENTS WITH NONRHEUMATIC ATRIAL FIBRILLATION AND RECENT CEREBRAL ISCHEMIA

T HE E UROPEAN A TRIAL F IBRILLATION T RIAL S TUDY G ROUP * Abstract Background. A number of studies have dem- onstrated the efficacy of oral anticoagulant therapy in re- ducing the risk of stroke and systemic embolism in pa- tients with nonrheumatic...

Social Class and Parent-Child Relationships: An Interpretation

The argument of this analysis is that class differences in parent-child relationships are a product of differences in parental values (with middle-class parents' values centering on self-direction and working-class parents' values on conformity to external...

The Local Community as an Ecology of Games

The local community can be usefully conceptualized as an ecology of games. In the territorial system a variety of games goes on: banking, newspaper publishing, contracting, manufacturing, etc. The games give structures, goals, roles, strategies, tactics,...

Electron-hole diffusion lengths >175 μm in solution grown CH3NH3PbI3 single crystals

The efficient operation of solar cells based on inorganic-organic perovskites requires balanced transport of positive and negative charge carriers over long distances. Dong et al. used a top-seeded solution growth method to obtain millimeter-scale single...

Light and the Phenology of Tropical Trees

Tree phenologies from eight disparate tropical forests are consistent with the hypothesis that leaf and flower production have been selected to coincide with seasonal peaks of irradiance.

Skin Tone and Stratification in the Black Community

Data from the National Survey of Black Americans (NSBA)(1979-80) are used to examine the effects of skin-tone variations of blacks on educational attainment, occupation, and income, net of such antecedent factors as parental socioeconomic status and such...

Role as Resource in the Hollywood Film Industry

The theoretical concept of role as resource is introduced and illustrated. The concept combines critical elements of the structural, interactionist, and network approaches to role. A role is a resource in two senses: it is a means to claim, barbain for,...

Modeling Offenders' Decisions: A Framework for Research and Policy

Developments in a number of academic disciplines-the sociology of deviance, criminology, economics, psychology-suggest that it is useful to see criminal behavior not as the result of psychologically and socially determined dispositions to offend, but...

The Prevalence and Incidence of Asthma and Asthma-like Symptoms in a General Population Sample1–3

We have examined the prevalence and incidence of asthma and other wheezing syndromes in subjects in a longitudinal epidemiologic study. The point prevalence of asthma was 6.6%, with the highest rates occurring in children. Rates were also relatively high...

Relation of Gestation Time to Brain Weight for Placental Mammals: Implications for the Theory of Vertebrate Growth

The great disparity of development rates among mammalian species is a problem that intersects at least three disciplines. In addition to its obvious relevance for developmental biology, it has important implications for population biology (Cole 1954)...

Environmental Constraints in Temporary Fresh Waters and Their Consequences for the Insect Fauna

Temporary fresh waters are defined as bodies of fresh water that experience a recurrent dry phase of varying length that is sometimes predictable in both its time of onset and duration. The aquatic insects that live in these habitats are strongly influenced...

Evolution of Sociality in Insects

Kin selection has been used to explain evolution of man altruistic traits found in those social insect castes which have reduced reproductivity. Kin selection is most probable among organisms living in family groups. It is commonly assumed, therefore,...

The response of flexible piles to lateral loading

The majority of piles encountered in practice may be regarded as ‘flexible’ under lateral loading. That is, the induced deformations and bending moments are confined to the upper part of the pile and the overall length of the pile does not significantly...

I Will Follow Him: Family Ties, Gender-Role Beliefs, and Reluctance to Relocate for a Better Job

This article tests competing explanations for why wives in dualearner couples are less willing than husbands to relocate for a better job. Hypotheses are derived from a neoclassical market model that assumes spouses maximize family well-being and a sociological...

What Have We Learned from Five Decades of Neutralization Research

Neutralization theory, though a popular framework for understanding deviant behavior, remains badly underdeveloped. Few attempts have been made to connect it to narrative and sociocognitive research in psychology and related fields. From this wider perspective,...

Nonpersistent Inequality in Educational Attainment: Evidence from Eight European Countries1

In their widely cited study, Shavit and Blossfeld report stability of socioeconomic inequalities in educational attainment over much of the 20th century in 11 out of 13 countries. This article outlines reasons why one might expect to find declining class...

Profit Maximization and the Extinction of Animal Species

In this paper I construct and analyze a simple mathematical model for the commercial exploitation of a natural animal population. The model takes into account the response of the population to harvesting pressure, the increasing harvesting costs associated...

Authentic Pedagogy and Student Performance.

Reform efforts may increase active learning without enhancing the intellectual quality of students' work. We present a vision of authentic academic achievement and specific standards for pedagogy and student performance that are consistent with active...

Can Class Analysis Be Salvaged?1

The ongoing retreat from class analysis can be attributed to the declining appeal of aggregate representations of class coupled with the virtual absence of any disaggregate alternatives. When local solidarities are ignored, the weakness of conventional...

Critical Discourse Analysis

Critical discourse analysis (CDA) is a type of discourse analytical research that primarily studies the way social power abuse, dominance, and inequality are enacted, reproduced, and resisted by text and talk in the social and political context. With...

Beliefs and Subdoxastic States

It is argued that the intuitively sanctioned distinction between beliefs and non-belief states that play a role in the proximate causal history of beliefs is a distinction worth preserving in cognitive psychology. The intuitive distinction is argued to...

The Ecology of Organizational Mortality: American Labor Unions, 1836-1985

This research analyzes the disbanding rates of the full population of American national labor unions for the period 1836-1985. It tests the hypothesis, drawn from population-ecology theory, that disbanding rates are nonmonotonic functions of the number...

Evidence in Cerro Pampa Volcanic Rocks for Slab-Melting Prior to Ridge-Trench Collision in Southern South America

Late Miocene ($\approx 12 Ma$) hornblende-bearing andesitic to dacitic (\documentclass{aastex} \usepackage{amsbsy} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{bm} \usepackage{mathrsfs} \usepackage{pifont} \usepackage{stmaryrd} \usepackage{textcomp}...

Good Jobs versus Bad Jobs

This article develops a model of noncompetitive labor markets in which high‐wage (good) and low‐wage (bad) jobs coexist. Minimum wages and unemployment benefits shift the composition of employment toward high‐wage jobs. Because the composition of...

Sex-Role Socialization in Picture Books for Preschool Children'

An examination of prize-winning picture books reveals that women are greatly underrepresented in the titles, central roles, and illustrations. Where women do appear their characterization reinforces traditional sex-role stereotypes: boys are active while...

Body Size, Physiological Time, and Longevity of Homeothermic Animals

The Concept of physiological time is extended from contributions of Adolph, Hill, and Stahl to included a wider range of events in the life histories of mammals and birds. The durations of physiological, developmental, and ecological cycles show nearly...

Dynamic Analysis of Event Histories

There is wide interest among sociologists in the study of change but little reflection of this interest in sociological research methods. In this paper we consider the advantages of and procedures of dynamic analysis of event-history data-data givin the...

Effective Schools: Interpreting the Evidence.

This paper develops a theoretical context with which to understand the evidence on effective schools. I begin by specifying a central problem in the operation of inner-city schools--that good teachers are difficult to recruit and almost impossible to...

Genetics and Morphological Evolution in Plants

The genetic basis of differences in morphology within and between flowering plant species is reviewed in order to elucidate how many genetic changes are responsible for the evolution of new characters. Two broad morphological categories are evident. Differences...

Network Sampling: Some First Steps

Social network research has been confined to small groups because large networks are intractable, and no systematic theory of network sampling exists. This paper describes a practical method for sampling average acquaintance volume (the average number...

Low trap-state density and long carrier diffusion in organolead trihalide perovskite single crystals

The performance of organic-inorganic hybrid perovskite planar solar cells has steadily improved. One outstanding issue is that grain boundaries and defects in polycrystalline films degrade their output. Now, two studies report the growth of millimeter-scale...

Parasitism, Host Immune Function, and Sexual Selection

Parasite-mediated sexual selection may arise as a consequence of 1) females avoiding mates with directly transmitted parasites, 2) females choosing less-parasitized males that provide parental care of superior quality, or 3) females choosing males with...

Evaluating a brief alcohol intervention with fraternities.

Objective: The current study tested the efficacy of a brief intervention designed to reduce drinking and drinking-related consequences among first-year fraternity members. Method: Twelve fraternities were randomly assigned to receive either a motivational...

Constructing Polities and Markets: An Institutionalist Account of European Integration1

As institutions and governance structures develop in modern markets, they tend to “feed back” onto economic activity. Through such feedback loops, market and political arenas can develop symbiotically into relatively coherent “fields” that gradually...

Cosmopolitanism and Sovereignty

Cosmopolitanism and Sovereignty

Detecting the Geographical Pattern of Speciation from Species‐Level Phylogenies

: We introduce a general approach for investigating the role of geography in speciation, based on analyzing the geography of sister clades across all nodes in a species‐level phylogeny. We examine the predictions of allopatric, sympatric, and peripatric...

Reflected Appraisals, Parental Labeling, and Delinquency: Specifying a Symbolic Interactionist Theory

This article draws on behavioral principles of George Herbert Mead and other symbolic interactionists to specify a theory of the self to explain delinquent behavior. The theoretical framework builds on Mead's analysis of the social act, symbolic interactionists'...

Ezetimibe Added to Statin Therapy after Acute Coronary Syndromes

BackgroundStatin therapy reduces low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol levels and the risk of cardiovascular events, but whether the addition of ezetimibe, a nonstatin drug that reduces intestinal cholesterol absorption, can reduce the rate of cardiovascular...

Improved Oxygenation in Patients with Acute Respiratory Failure: The Prone Position1–3

To assess the potential benefits of the prone position for gl'.s exchange in patients with acute respi­ ratory failure, we turned 6 patients from supine to prone, supporting the upper thorax and pelvis and allowing the abdomen to protrude. Arterial Po2...

Corporate Ownership and Control: The Large Corporation and the Capitalist Class

An "astonishing consensus" exists among academic social scientists concerning the impact of the alleged separation of ownership and control in large corporations on the class structures and political economies of the United States and similar countries....

Stent-Retriever Thrombectomy after Intravenous t-PA vs. t-PA Alone in Stroke

BackgroundAmong patients with acute ischemic stroke due to occlusions in the proximal anterior intracranial circulation, less than 40% regain functional independence when treated with intravenous tissue plasminogen activator (t-PA) alone. Thrombectomy...

Empirics of World Income Inequality1

This article employs a common general formula for inequality indexes to answer several basic questions about intercountry income inequality in recent decades: Has inequality across nations increased or declined (and why have earlier studies yielded mixed...

Minor-Element Distribution in Olivine

Microprobe analyses of natural igneous olivines from many rocks confirm that Ni increases and Mn de-decreases with increasing Mg content. A strong crystal-chemical control is apparently not overridden by effects resulting from pressure-temperature variations...

Beauty, Productivity, and Discrimination: Lawyers' Looks and Lucre

We propose models with an ascriptive characteristic generating earnings differentials and causing sectoral sorting, allowing us to distinguish among sources producing such differentials. We use longitudinal data on a large sample of graduates from one...

The Value of Trade Agreements in the presence of Political pressures

An argument often heard in favor of trade agreements is that, by committing to free trade, a government can credibly distance itself from domestic lobbies, But several existing models of endogenous protection suggest that governments have no interest...

Computer Vision - ACCV 2014

Daniel Cremers, Ian Reid, Hideo Saito, Ming-Hsuan Yang

Involving Parents in the Schools: A Process of Empowerment

This four-year study in a southern California school district examined parent-involvement activities as they encouraged isolated Spanish-speaking parents to participate more fully in their children's schooling. The findings showed that conventional avenues...

Coastal Erosion and Transgressive Stratigraphy

Unconformities of transgressive sequences commonly occur within the basal beds of the sequences, not below them. Such unconformities, called ravinements, separate basal marsh, lagoon, estuarine, and beach deposits from overlying marine sands. Study of...

Perception and reality: a national evaluation of social norms marketing interventions to reduce college students' heavy alcohol use.

Objective: To evaluate a widely used intervention to reduce college student alcohol use, we studied student drinking patterns at colleges that employed social norms marketing programs and those that did not. Method: We examined responses of students in...

Physical stress and positive associations among marsh plants

The contribution of positive interactions such as facilitations and mutualisms to the structure and organization of natural communities has received little recent attention. Here we show that distribution patterns of New England salt-marsh plants are...

Sociological Theory and Social Control

In the origins of sociology, "social control" served as a central concept both for relating sociology to social philosophy and for analyzing total societies. In its classical sense, it referred to the capacity of a social group to regulate itself. The...

Using Repeat Challengers to Estimate the Effect of Campaign Spending on Election Outcomes in the U.S. House

Previous studies of congressional spending have typically found a large positive effect of challenger spending but little evidence for effects of incumbent spending. Those studies, however, do not adequately control for inherent differences in vote-getting...

Classification of Igneous Rock Series

Some rock series cannot be properly classified either as alkalic or as sub-alkalic. To meet this situation a simple extension of the present twofold classification is proposed; this takes the form of a fourfold division into alkalic, alkali-calcic, calc-alkalic,...

The Millennium Development Goals Report 2015

This report is based on a master set of data that has been compiled by the Inter-Agency and Expert Group on MDG Indicators led by the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat, in response to the wishes of the General...

Optimal Capital Income Taxation with Incomplete Markets, Borrowing Constraints, and Constant Discounting

For a wide class of infinitely lived agent models, Christophe Chamley (1986) has shown that the optimal capital income tax rate is zero in the long run. Robert E. Lucas (1990) has argued that, for the U.S. economy, there is a significant welfare gain...

Introduction to time series analysis and forecasting

Douglas C. Montgomery, Cheryl L. Jennings, Murat Kulahci

Effects of Chemical Weathering and Sorting on the Petrogenesis of Siliciclastic Sediments, with Implications for Provenance Studies

The bulk chemical compositions, mineralogy, and mineral proportions of sands and muds of the Mallacoota Basin in southeastern Australia reflect the composition of weathering profiles mantling source rocks, rather than bedrock. Muds contain abundant clay...

Self-Perceptions of Black Americans: Self-Esteem and Personal Efficacy

This study examines the determinants of personal self-esteem, racial self-esteem, and personal efficacy in a 1980 national sample of black Americans. The findings show that the three dimensions are interrelated each is anchored in interpersonal relations...

The Alcohol Abstinence Self-Efficacy scale.

This study describes the development and the initial psychometric properties of a 20-item, self-report measure to assess Bandura's construct of self-efficacy applied to alcohol abstinence. Efficacy expectations are theorized to mediate behavior change...

The Concept of Information in Biology

The use of informational terms is widespread in molecular and developmental biology. The usage dates back to Weismann. In both protein synthesis and in later development, genes are symbols, in that there is no necessary connection between their form (sequence)...

Higher Direct Medical Costs Associated With Physical Inactivity

BACKGROUND: The benefits of physical activity in reducing morbidity and mortality are well-established, but the effect of physical inactivity on direct medical costs is less clear.OBJECTIVE: To describe the direct medical expenditures associated with...

Ideology, Materialization, and Power Strategies

Elizabeth DeMarrais, Luis Jaime Castillo, Timothy Earle

Phase Transformations and Differentiation in Subducted Lithosphere: Implications for Mantle Dynamics, Basalt Petrogenesis, and Crustal Evolution

Mantle pyrolite differentiates at mid-oceanic ridges to form a layered lithosphere consisting of a basaltic crust, immediately underlain by harzburgite and further underlain by pyrolite which has experienced depletion only of highly incompatible elements...

Sex Differences in the Entry Into Marriage

The authors assess sex differences in entry into marriage in the United States using data collected during the period 1966-1980. "This paper uses data from the National Longitudinal Surveys of Young Women and Young Men to examine the transition to marriage...

Crime and Economic Incentives

We explore the role that economic incentives, particularly changes in wages at the bottom end of the wage distribution, play in determining crime rates. We use data on the police force areas of England and Wales between 1975 and 1996. We find that falls...

Research in Criminal Deterrence: Laying the Groundwork for the Second Decade

Deterrence theory has been developed primarily by economists, who have viewed potential criminals as rational decision-makers faced with an array of illicit opportunities characterized by costs (time, possible adverse legal consequences, and so forth)...

The dynamics of multiple infection and the evolution of virulence

While for pathogen clones singly occupying a host it may pay to adopt a relatively avirulent host exploitation strategy, clones sharing a host have a conflict of interest that favors more virulent strategies. As the number of infections per host depends...

Field Theory and Experiment in Social Psychology: Concepts and Methods

The field theoretical approach is instrumental in integrating divergent physiological, psychological, and sociological facts on the basis of their interdependence. To explain social behavior it is necessary to represent the structure of the total situation...

The Density of Acquaintanceship: An Overlooked Variable in Community Research? '

One of the most basic characteristics of a community's social structure is the proportion of its residents who are acquainted with one another-in the terminology of this paper, the community's "density of acquaintanceship." Although versions of this variable...

Metapopulation Genetics and the Evolution of Dispersal

A Markovian extinction model that takes into account age structure of local populations allows consideration of the effects of demography and successional dynamics on the evolution of migration. Analytical expressions for the evolutionarily stable (ES)...

Nivolumab and Ipilimumab versus Ipilimumab in Untreated Melanoma

In a phase 1 dose-escalation study, combined inhibition of T-cell checkpoint pathways by nivolumab and ipilimumab was associated with a high rate of objective response, including complete responses, among patients with advanced melanoma. Methods In this...

The Emergence of a Market Society: Changing Mechanisms of Stratification in China

This article examines the effect of institutional change-the shift from redistribution to markets-in altering the mechanisms of stratification. New institutionalists maintain that interests are embedded in institutional arrangements and change as institutions...

The Effects of Increased Copyright Protection: An Analytic Approach

Previous authors who have considered partially nonexcludable goods have claimed that an increase in copyright protection will have the following two effects on social welfare. First, it will decrease the social welfare loss due to underproduction. Second,...

Neoproterozoic to paleozoic geology of the Altai Orogen, NW China: New zircon age data and tectonic evolution

We present a synthesis and a new account of the geological and tectonic history of the terranes of the Chinese Paleozoic Altai orogen together with new, single zircon ages for granitic and rhyodacitic rocks. A central terrane consists of Neoproterozoic...

Deep Residual Learning for Image Recognition

Kaiming He, Xiangyu Zhang, Shaoqing Ren, Jian Sun

On the Methods of Resource Division in Grassland Bird Communities

The results of this study make possible the following generalizations. The members of avian communities resident in simple grassland habitats coexist by virtue of differences in habitat preferences and feeding behavior and in very tall vegetation by differences...

A longitudinal study of hippocampal volume, cortisol levels, and cognition in older depressed subjects.

Objective: This study determined whether cognitive impairments and structural brain changes in older depressed subjects, especially in the hippocampus, are related to hypercortisolemia. Method: Sixty-one depressed subjects over age 60 who met DSM-IV criteria...

Treatment of Drug Abuse

The major drug-treatment modalities-methadone maintenance, therapeutic communities, outpatient drug-free programs, and some criminal justice system-based treatments such as civil commitment-have all been shown to be successful by most outcome criteria....

Rewards and Punishments as Selective Incentives for Collective Action: Theoretical Investigations

Positive and negative selective incentives are shown analytically to have different structural implications when used to induce collective action. Positive selective incentives are effective for motivating small numbers of cooperators and generate pressures...

Employer Size: The Implications for Search, Training, Capital Investment, Starting Wages, and Wage Growth

An employer must choose a procedure for screening job applicants, a rate of hire, a training program for new employees, a criterion for the retention of new employees after observing their on-the-job performance, a compensation package, and a rate of...

Democratic Values and the Transformation of the Soviet Union

Our purpose in this article is to determine the degree to which the cultural requisites to democracy are present in the contemporary political culture of the USSR. We focus on support for core democratic rights, liberties, and institutions. Data for this...

Oxygen-Isotope Fractionations in Systems Containing Dolomite

Oxygen-isotope fractionation was determined in the laboratory at various temperatures in the range 200°-800° C. in the following systems: dolomite-water, dolomite-calcite, dolomite-carbon dioxide, and calcite-carbon dioxide. Over the range 300°-510°...

Mesomobilization: Organizing and Framing in Two Protest Campaigns in West Germany

The concept of mesomobilization is introduced as a specification to the prevailing literature on mobilization processes. Mesomobilization actors have a dual function: They first provide the structural basis for mobilization by coordinating micromobilization...

SPIRIT 2013 Statement: defining standard protocol items for clinical trials

An-Wen Chan, Jennifer Tetzlaff, Douglas G. Altman, Andreas Laupacis, Peter C Gøtzsche, Karmela Krlez ÿa-Jeric ´, Howard Mann, Kay Dickersin, Jesse A. Berlin, Caroline J Doré, Wendy R. Parulekar, Trish Groves, Kenneth F. Schulz, Harold C. Sox, Frank Rockhold, Drummond Rennie, David Moher

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