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Social Support and Adaptation to Widowhood

This study examined the effects of social support on the psychological well-being of 245 women who had been widowed for less than three years. The survey results indicate that the role of such support is important but complex. Whether social support is...

OBSTRUCTIVE CORONARY ATHEROSCLEROSIS AND ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE: AN ELUSIVE LINK!

Array Marzilli, Array Merz, Array E. Boden, Array O. Bonow, Array G. Capozza, Array M. Chilian, Array N. DeMaria, Array Guarini, Array Huqi, Array Morrone, Array R. Patel, Array S. Weintraub

Application of Maximum Likelihood Methods to Population Genetic Data for the Estimation of Individual Fertilities

SUMMARY The fitness of plants or animals within a population is largely determined by the number of offspring they produce. In natural populations lacking familial structure either one or both parents are often unknown. To circumvent this problem, parents...

Interim Guidelines for Pregnant Women During a Zika Virus Outbreak - United States, 2016.

Emily E. Petersen, J. Erin Staples, Dana Meaney-Delman, Marc Fischer, Sascha R. Ellington, William M. Callaghan, Denise J. Jamieson

Student Satisfaction with Field Placement

Students' perceptions of their field placements rarely are taken into account in the literature on field practicum and supervision. This survey of MSW students at a southern university examines factors associated with student satisfaction with field agency,...

Convex hypersurfaces and Fourier transforms

Hilbert transforms and maximal functions along curves and surfaces, spectral synthesis problems, and the study of certain operators related to hyperbolic partial differential and pseudodifferential operators. The problem of estimating such Fourier transforms...

IDEALS IN PARTIALLY ORDERED SETS

is. The study of partially ordered sets is a kind of abstract mathematics of the most general sort, compared with the theory of algebraic integers which gave rise to ideal theory. I should like to say a few words about the distinction which is often made...

Efficient luminescent solar cells based on tailored mixed-cation perovskites

We report on a new metal halide perovskite photovoltaic cell that exhibits both very high solar-to-electric power-conversion efficiency and intense electroluminescence. We produce the perovskite films in a single step from a solution containing a mixture...

In vitro production of growth regulators and phosphatase activity by phosphate solubilizing bacteria

Crops absorb phosphorous in the form of soluble orthophosphate ion. The solubility of phosphate is inhibited by the presence of iron and aluminium in acidic soils and calcium in neutral and alkaline soils. This leads to fixation of phosphorous, making...

THE INFLUENCE OF INCOME AND OTHER FACTORS ON WHETHER CRIMINAL DEFENDANTS GO TO PRISON

were too few females in the sample. Race, age, and employment were found to be of little or no importance. The four most important variables had a generally additive effect on prison probability. Further analysis showed that the defendant's income affected...

Local cohomological dimension of algebraic varieties

If X is a smooth scheme of characteristic zero and Yc X is a closed subset, we find topological conditions on the singularities of Y which determine the best possible vanishing theorem for the sheaves of local cohomology Hf(F) for all i > r and all quasicoherent...

AN EXAMINATION OF THE EFFECTS OF RESIDENTIAL AND CHURCH INTEGRATION ON RACIAL ATTITUDES OF WHITES

The contact hypothesis suggests that interracial contact promotes harmonious racial relations. Previous tests of this hypothesis are dated and tend to deal with overt old-fashioned racism rather than subtle racism. The contact hypothesis is tested within...

Expense preference and managerial control: the case of the banking firm

This article presents a test of the expense-preference theoty of the firm as it applies to the banking industry. We use a model which incorporates explicitly the role of control by the firm's owners in determining the level of firm's inputs chosen by...

SOME SIMPLIFIED FORMULAE FOR OPTIMAL INCOME TAXATION

This paper attempts a reinterpretation of some results on optimal income taxation by recasting the model in a framework which makes it possible to use the analytical tools of optimal commodity taxation. In the context of a linear income tax this leads...

Run Probabilities in Sequences of Markov-Dependent Trials

The probability of the occurrence of a run R is obtained as a function of the composition of R, the number n of trials, and the probabilities of the v ;::=: 2 possible outcomes at each trial. The run R can consist of any specified se­ quence of outcomes,...

A Meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials

Context.— Aspirin has been widely used to prevent myocardial infarction and ischemic stroke but some studies have suggested it increases risk of hemorrhagic stroke. Objective.— To estimate the risk of hemorrhagic stroke associated with aspirin treatment....

FROM SIMPLICITY TO COMPLEXITY: The Development of Theory in The Study of Judicial Behavior

This article assesses the development of theories of judicial behavior in the United States in the past few decades. It is argued that the study of judicial behavior has been relatively balkanized, with some advances within particular theoretical contexts,...

The KAP-Gap and the Unmet Need for Contraception

THE IMPLEMENTATION OF VOLUNTARY family planning programs has been the principal policy initiative pursued by governments in the developing world that wish to reduce rapid population growth. The main rationale for this programmatic approach is an unfulfilled...

Effect of Infectious Bursal Disease Virus Infection on Incidence of Anemia by Chicken Anemia Agent

SUMMARY Chicks, half of which were inoculated with infectious bursal disease virus (IBDV) at 1 day old, were inoculated 1, 2, 3, or 4 weeks later with chicken anemia agent (CAA). Chicks inoculated with CAA alone at 2 weeks of age or later did not have...

FLOTATION TECHNIQUES FOR THE RECOVERY OF SMALL-SCALE ARCHAEOLOGICAL REMAINS

This paper outlines the procedures and equipment necessary to recover animal bone, seeds, and other small cultural remains using a combined water-separation and chemical flotation procedure. In the water-separation the bone and plant remains, which settle...

An ESL Index of Development

This paper is a report on the progress we are making in an attempt to establish a second language acquisition index of development. Such an index would be a developmental yardstick by which researchers could expediently and reliably gauge a learner's...

A priori estimates for prescribing scalar curvature equations

We obtain a priori estimates for solutions to the prescribing scalar curvature equation (1) R(x)n-2 on Sn for n > 3. There have been a series of results in this respect. To obtain a priori estimates people required that the function R(x) be positive and...

Barriers to Prenatal Care Among Low-income Women in New York City

Summary Postpartum in-hospital interviews with 496 low-income women in New York City revealed that attitudinal and motivational barriers as well as financial obstacles are significant impediments to timely initiation of prenatal care. The two most common...

RELIGION AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN: CHALLENGING THE DOMINANT ASSUMPTIONS

Using a national sample of Americans we examined the relationships between three measures of religiosity (attendance, born again, personal religion) and three attitudes about the environment (increase federal spending, relax environmental controls for...

Not Just Weapons of the Weak: Gender Harassment as a Form of Protest for Army Men*

perceptions. Structural analyses that divide the population into the powerful and the powerless are further limited because they do not account for coexisting multiple hierarchies of power. Individuals can simultaneously enjoy privilege and face disadvantages...

ON DISCRETE STABLE POPULATION THEORY

SUMMARY In studying discrete stable population theory, appeal is made to the fact that the matrix A of birth and survival rates has a positive maximal eigenvalue, associated with which is a positive eigenvector. Although this appeal is sometimes made...

The Mirroring Hypothesis: Theory, Evidence and Exceptions

The mirroring hypothesis predicts that the organizational patterns of a development project (e.g. communication links, geographic collocation, team and firm co-membership) will correspond to the technical patterns of dependency in the system under development....

The Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Transforming Economies: Empirical Evidence from Hungary and China

the late 1970s, foreign direct investment (FDI) and joint ventures (JVs) in eastern Europe and China have attracted considerable attention. More recently, they have become the focus of both the business and the academic sectors, but very little systematic...

Approximate Queuing Models for Multiprogramming Computer Systems

In a multiprogramming computer system several jobs may be handled simultaneously by utilizing the central processing unit in processing one job while other jobs are being served by the peripheral devices. Our analysis of such a computer system proceeds...

Pre-exposure prophylaxis to prevent the acquisition of HIV-1 infection (PROUD): effectiveness results from the pilot phase of a pragmatic open-label randomised trial

Randomised placebo-controlled trials have shown that daily oral pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) with tenofovir–emtricitabine reduces the risk of HIV infection. However, this benefit could be counteracted by risk compensation in users of PrEP. We did...

Classical groups, probabilistic methods, and the (2,3)-generation problem

We study the probability that randomly chosen elements of prescribed type in a finite simple classical group G generate G; in particular, we prove a conjecture of Kantor and Lubotzky in this area. The probabilistic approach is then used to determine the...

Experimental butchery with modern stone tools and its relevance for Palaeolithic archaeology

The author gives an interim account of his own experiments in butchering carcasses, including goat and zebra, using stone tools which he had made himself (replicating certain tool types common in Bed IV of Olduvai Gorge). The butchery process was based...

Construct Measurement In Management Information Systems: A Review And Critique Of User Satisfaction And User Involvement Instruments

Construct measurement in management information systems (MIS) is still very much in its infancy and has not yet produced instruments of adequate reliability and validity, thereby raising questions about the robustness of substantive findings. User satisfaction...

A Secure and Dynamic Multi-Keyword Ranked Search Scheme over Encrypted Cloud Data

Due to the increasing popularity of cloud computing, more and more data owners are motivated to outsource their data to cloud servers for great convenience and reduced cost in data management. However, sensitive data should be encrypted before outsourcing...

Erectile Dysfunction in Heart Failure Patients

Dr. Ernst R. Schwarz from the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center moderated the topic "Erectile Dysfunction in Heart Failure Patients" with Drs. Robert Kloner from the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California and Anita Phan from the Heart...

Bison Ecology and Bison Diplomacy: The Southern Plains from 1800 to 1850

In bright spring light on the Great Plains of two centuries ago, governorJuan Bautista de Anza failed in the last of the three crucial tasks that his superiors had set him as part of their effort to reform New Mexico's Comanche policy. Over half a decade,...

THE RELIGIOUS SWITCHER IN THE UNITED STATES

This paper examines trends, patterns and implications of religious mobility in the United States. Previously published data, and analysis of 1975-76 NORC data indicate that about 25% to 32% of American adults have switched religions (including movement...

Gender and Medical Socialization

Although both gender and professional socialization determine physicians' values, attitudes, and behaviors, the relative importance of each varies. Physicians' career paths demonstrate gender differences: women tend to choose primary care fields and rarely...

HOMOLOGY OF THE INFINITE SYMMETRIC GROUP

H*(S(co); Z.,) with coefficients in the integers mod p (p :prime). It is proved that the height of any non-zero element is co if p = 2, and is either co or < p if p is odd. If p = 2 this fact and the result in [11, ? 6] enable us to determine the structure...

Conceptual Issues in the Comparative Study of Regime Change and Democratization

There is no richer field of enquiry in contemporary comparative politics than the study of regime change and especially "democratization." Throughout the last two decades, and especially in the 1980s, many authoritarian regimes around the world, while...

Consumer Information and Decisions to Switch Insurers

This article examines the interaction of various factors in an individual's decision to switch insurers. In particular, expectations about insurer quality attributes as well as search costs and switching costs are modeled as affecting the consumer's switching...

The Marketing Channel: Who Should Lead This Extra-corporate Organization?

control of marketing channels. Various types of firms, in the narrow sense, comprise a marketing channel and any one theoretically could serve as its leader. An attempt is made to answer the implicit question: Who should be the "Channel Captain"? First,...

Real Exchange Rate Volatility and International Trade: A Reexamination of the Theory*

One of the issues that have received considerable attention in the comparison of the properties of alternative exchange rate regimes is the effect of exchange rate risk on the volume of trade. It has been argued that the higher volatility of exchange...

SOME SYSTEMATIC EXPERIMENTAL DESIGNS

Consider the following experiment. It is required to compare the effect in processing of a number of treatments applied to wool. The wool is divided into lots as alike as possible and the lots are numbered in random order. In week 1 lot 1 is processed...

Self-Care: A Health Diary Study

Despite growing interest in self-care, this important aspect of illness behavior has received little attention, apart from self medication, in the literature. An exploratory study of self-care in a group of 26 women who kept a health diary for 4 weeks...

Direct Observation of Purchasing Behavior

> Much market research relies on consumers' retrospective reports of purchasing behavior. This article shows that it is possible to supplement and enrich questionnaire results by making direct observations of purchasing. It describes the observation technique,...

SYSTEMATIC, INTENSIVE SURFACE COLLECTION

Archaeologists would agree that the cultural debris lying on the surface of a site in some way reflects what is buried below. However, few attempts have been made to discover just how closely one can predict from detailed knowledge of surface distributions...

Secure Regression on Distributed Databases

This article presents several methods for performing linear regression on the union of distributed databases that preserve, to varying degrees, confidentiality of those databases. Such methods can be used by federal or state statistical agencies to share...

Social Distances In A Multi Ethnic Society: The Ethnic Hierarchy among Dutch Preadolescents

In the present study conducted among Dutch children age 10-12, we focus on preferences for contact with members of different ethnic minority groups, and on contextual variables as well as individual characteristics. Scalogram analysis indicated consensus...

HONOR, NORMATIVE AMBIGUITY AND GANG VIOLENCE*

This paper examines the social context in which gang violence occurs in a Mexican American community. We argue that gang violence arises in situations where one party impugns the honor of his adversary. This sort of conduct violates the norms of interpersonal...

The Industrial Organization of Corporate Political Participation

Kevin Grier, Michael C. Munger, Brian E. Roberts

PARTITIONING: THE EMERGENCE OF RATIONAL NUMBER IDEAS IN YOUNG CHILDREN

The study sought to trace the emergence and differentiation of partitioning as a process that leads young children to construct ideas of rational numbers. The method involved clinical sessions with children as they manipulated materials while solving...

POLITICAL DEMOCRACY AND SOCIAL EQUALITY: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS*

This paper examines the validity of the propositions that the growth of political democracy has reduced social inequality, and that political democracy mediates much of the effect of the level of economic development on social equality. Social equality...

Competitive Advantage Variation Over The Life Cycle of a Franchise

Charles M. Lillis, Chem L. Narayana, John L. Gilman

The Impact of Rate Regulation on Prices and Underwriting Results in the Property-Liability Insurance Industry: A Survey

The literature on property-liability insurance prices and underwriting results under alternative types of rate regulation is surveyed in this paper. Theoretical foundations of this research are reviewed and empirical findings are summarized. Important...

STRICHARTZ ESTIMATES FOR OPERATORS WITH NONSMOOTH COEFFICIENTS AND THE NONLINEAR WAVE EQUATION

The aim of this article is threefold. First, we use the FBI transform to set up a calculus for partial differential operators with nonsmooth coefficients. Next, this calculus allows us to prove Strichartz type estimates for the wave equation with nonsmooth...

Derivatives of analytic families of Banach spaces

The theory of complex interpolation of Banach spaces and operators, which was developed by Calderon, Lions and S. G. Krein and extended by us and others, centers on the use of the maximum principle for analytic functions. In this paper we investigate...

The Process of Cabinet Dissolution: An Exponential Model of Duration and Stability in Western Democracies*

Contemporary research on cabinet stability has focused upon relating specific attributes of political actors and parliamentary settings with the duration of cabinets over time. Statistical testing, however, has failed to produce convincing evidence for...

Searching for sexually explicit materials on the Internet: an exploratory study of college students behavior and attitudes.

The convergence of sexuality messages with a computerized medium (specifically the Internet) represents an unprecedented phenomenon with as of yet unknown outcomes. Despite the Internet�s widespread use little is known about users� behaviors...

Spike Glycoprotein Cleavage Recognition Site Analysis of Infectious Bronchitis Virus

cell serine proteases. In this study, we compared the cleavage recognition site of 55 IBV isolates to determine if the cleavage recognition site sequence, which consists of five basic amino acid residues, correlates with host cell range, serotype, geographic...

Advertisement of Multiple Paths in BGP

This document defines a BGP extension that allows the advertisement ofmultiple paths for the same address prefix without the new pathsimplicitly replacing any previous ones. The essence of the extensionis that each path is identified by a Path Identifier...

Physician Gender Effects in Medical Communication

Debra L. Roter, Judith A. Hall, Yutaka Aoki

Individual and Institutional Variables Which May Serve as Indicators of Quality of Medical Care

This article is a critical review of empiric studies, in the medical care literature of the past two decades, that investigated associations between characteristics of physicians and medical care institutions and some measure of the quality of medical...

Missing Subjects: Gender, Power, and Sexuality in Merchant Banking*

The focus of this paper is the construction of subjectivity at work. We examine the ways in which sexuality and gendered power relations in everyday social practices in the workplace are important in the maintenance of occupational sex segregation in...

Divergent Antibody Responses to Vaccines and Divergent Body Weights of Chicken Lines Selected for High and Low Humoral Responsiveness to Sheep Red Blood Cells

SUMMARY. Primary and secondary antibody responses to intramuscularly administered proteins of Eschericia coli (F11), Newcastle disease virus (NCD), infectious bronchitis virus (IB), and infectious bursal disease virus (IBD), respectively, were measured...

Estimates for the Bergman and Szego kernels in C2

The purpose of this paper (some of whose conclusions were announced in [NRSW]) is to study the Bergman and Szegd projection operators on pseudoconvex domains Q of finite type in C2. The results we obtain are of three kinds: (i) The "size" estimates of...

Representative Deliberations and Representative Decisions: Proportional Representation and the Borda Rule

The development of social choice theory over the past three decades has brought many new insights into democratic theory. Surprisingly, the theory of representation has gone almost untouched by social choice theorists. This article redresses this neglect...

Genotypic Intratumoral Heterogeneity in Breast Carcinoma With HER2/neu Amplification Evaluation According to ASCO/CAP Criteria

We evaluated intratumoral heterogeneity of 30 ductal breast carcinomas with HER2/neu amplification, scored by the American Society of Clinical Oncology/ College of American Pathologists (ASCO/CAP) criteria, and 3+ immunoexpression. High-grade (ratio ≥4.0)...

Civil Society in Reforming Communist Regimes: The Logic of Emergence

Analyses of the development of a "civil society" in Soviet-type regimes began during the 1980-1981 Solidarity period in Poland, as scholars attempted to explain patterns of autonomous social participation in the face of a state-directed society.' Since...

RESEARCH LEARNING ATTRIBUTES OF GRADUATE STUDENTS IN SOCIAL WORK, PSYCHOLOGY, AND BUSINESS

Although research teaching literature suggests that social work students may have different research learningattributes than students in other disciplines, minimal data exist to support this view. This study compared the self-reported research anxiety,...

A Portfolio Approach to the Property-Liability Insurance Industry

This paper contains an analysis of a portfolio model which simultaneously optimizes the investment and insurance portfolios of the property-liability insurance industry. The mathematical formulation is an extension of earlier approaches in that it permits...

Solar cell efficiency tables (version 47)

Consolidated tables showing an extensive listing of the highest independently confirmed efficiencies for solar cells and modules are presented. Guidelines for inclusion of results into these tables are outlined, and new entries since July 2015 are reviewed....

The Folded Normal Distribution: Two Methods of Estimating Parameters from Moments

The general formula for the rth moment of the folded normal distribution is obtained, and formulae for the first four non-central and central moments are calculated explicitly. To illustrate the mode of convergence of the folded normal to the normal distribution,...

Bayesian Approach for Nonlinear Random Effects Models

SUMMARY In this paper, we propose a general model-determination strategy based on Bayesian methods for nonlinear mixed effects models. Adopting an exploratory data analysis viewpoint, we develop diagnostic tools based on conditional predictive ordinates...

Social-network Contact, Family Support, and the Transition to Parenthood

In order to assess the effect of a new baby on social-network contact and family support, 72 volunteer families were studied longitudinally from the last trimester of pregnancy through the ninth postpartum month. Analyses of open-ended and closed-ended...

Determinants of Hospital Staff Nurse Turnover

Organizational and nonorganizational determinants of staff nurse turnover are investigated in a panel study of 1,259 nurses employed in two universityaffiliated hospitals. Findings are consistent with a causal chain in which perceived autonomy, job satisfaction,...

Sur la classification des ideaux primitifs dans l'algebre enveloppante d'une algebre de Lie semi-simple

Summary Let g be a semi-simple complex Lie algebra. We denote by U(g) its enveloping algebra. A (two-sided) ideal I of U(g) is called primitive if it is the kernel of an irreducible representation of U(g). For several reasons classifying such ideals is...

Episode-Based Efficiency Comparisons for Physicians and Nurse Practitioners

Most previous studies comparing the efficiency of new health practitioners with that of physicians have used the visit as the basic unit of output. Several researchers have noted, though, that the episode is a conceptually superior output unit in several...

The existence of noncollision singularities in newtonian systems

In this paper we solve a long-standing problem in celestial mechanics proposed by Painleve and Poincare in the last century. The problem, which concerns the nature of the singularities in the n-body problem, asks whether there exists a noncollision singularity...

RACE, INSTITUTIONAL RULE BREAKING, AND DISCIPLINARY RESPONSE: A STUDY OF DISCRETIONARY DECISION MAKING IN PRISON

This study attempted to construct and test a discretionary justice model of disciplinary response to inmate rule breaking in a mediumsecurity prison for adult male felons (N = 182). We found, first, that while black and white inmates were equally likely...

A neoclassical approach to peak load pricing

The well-known result that optimal peak load pricing requires only users who utilize plant to capacity to bear any fraction of the capacity costs is shown to result from the technological assumption of the traditional literature and not from the fundamental...

THE THORNY OYSTER AND THE VOICE OF GOD: SPONDYLUS AND STROMBUS IN ANDEAN PREHISTORY

An exchange network based on long-distance export of Spondylus and Strombus, two mollusks native to coastal Ecuador, united the sierra and coast of both Ecuador and Peru during a long period of Andean prehistory. The gradual expansion of the export area...

Extending Mosaic Displays: Marginal, Conditional, and Partial Views of Categorical Data

This article first illustrates the use of mosaic displays for the analysis of multiway contingency tables. We then introduce several extensions of mosaic displays designed to integrate graphical methods for categorical data with those used for quantitative...

The Interrelations Between Cohabitation, Marriage and First Birth in Germany and Sweden

We study the interrelationships between union-formation forms and fertility in Swedish and West German female cohorts born in 1949-1971. We apply simulta neous hazard models, permitting the presence of correlated unobserved heteroge neity. This method...

Missing Links In Understanding The Relationship Between Leadership And Organizational Performance

Both researchers and practitioners have devoted considerable attention to the potential effects of leadership on organizational performance. Despite increased research into the leadership-performance relationship, major gaps still remain in our understanding....

Dual-symmetric theory of hadrons.—I

SummaryA theory of mesons is based on the experimentally observed linear level spacing of hadron excitations. The theory uses a model for the internal structure of mesons consisting of a system of harmonic vibrations. Roughly speaking, a meson is described...

Principles of Self-Organization: Learning as Participation in Autocatakinetic Systems

Modem science has been built on a Cartesian or Newtonian (mechanical) world view giving rise to an artifactual view of mind and suggesting that particles (learners) are continuously working to destroy order (are recalcitrant), which can only be maintained...

Instructional Adaptation for Students at Risk

The focus of this study was instructional adaptation for low-achieving students who receive instruction within general education settings. Two types of adaptation were explored: (a) routine adaptation, or the extent to which teachers establish initial...

Ergodic theory on moduli spaces

Let M be a compact surface with x(M) < 0 and let G be a compact Lie group whose Levi factor is a product of groups locally isomorphic to SU(2) (for example SU(2) itself). Then the mapping class group rM of M acts on the moduli space X(M)...

A 5200-year history of Amazon rain forest

The explosion crater (maar) Lake Kumpaka in the western Amazon basin of Ecuador has yielded an 18.6 m sediment core spanning 5200 radiocarbon years. Sedimentary stratigraphy and pollen analysis provide the first record of rain forest climate and vegetation...

THREE-LEVEL GALERKIN METHODS FOR PARABOLIC EQUATIONS*

A priori error estimates are derived for algebraically linear discrete-time Galerkin methods for approximating solutions of nonlinear parabolic initial-boundary value problems. The methods discussed result from applying a Galerkin procedure in the space...

Feeder Cattle Price Differentials in Arizona Auction Markets

This paper presents the results of an empirical study of price differentials for feeder cattle in Arizona auction markets. Emphasis is placed upon the estimation of price/ weight relationships for steers and heifers.- Estimation of a short-run feeder...

A Generalized Estimator for the Mean of a Finite Population Using Multi-Auxiliary Information

For estimating the mean of a finite population using information on p auxiliary characters x1, ···, xp1 a class of ratio type estimators is considered. For any function h(u1, ···, up) = h(u) where , the ratio of the simple random sample mean and...

The Relationship between Public Opinion and State Policy. A New Look Based on Some Forgotten Data

Using large-sample opinion data from the 1930s, this article examines the relationship between state public opinion and state policy in three issue areas. State opinion is found to correlate strongly with state policy at the time of the survey and (in...

Glacial/Interglacial response rate of subpolar North Atlantic waters to climatic change: the record in oceanic sediments

Estimated rates of response of northeast Atlantic surface waters to large-scale palaeoclimatic changes have been reconstructed in two forms: (1) as changes through time of estimated temperature at selected points in space, and (2) as movements through...

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