Nontraditional Employment For Women Act

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Hearing On Sexual Harassment In Nontraditional Occupations

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Nontraditional Occupations For Women Of The Hemisphere

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Women In Nontraditional Careers Winc

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The Twenty Third Century Nontraditional Love

Author: Grugman Rafael
Editor: Strelbytskyy Multimedia Publishing
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The dystopian novel The Twenty-Third Century: Nontraditional Love describes an inverted (homosexual) world in which mixed-sex marriages are forbidden. Conception occurs in test tubes. In lesbian families, one of the women carries the child. Gay male couples turn to surrogate mothers to bring their children to term. The Netherlands is the only country where mixed-sex marriages are permitted. In this world intimacy between the opposite sexes is rejected, world history and the classics of world literature, such as Tolstoy, Shakespeare, Dumas... even the Bible – have been falsified in order to support the ideology of the homosexual world. In this world same-sex love is a traditional love. At the heart of the novel is a love story between a man and a woman who unfortunately were born as heterosexuals in a homosexual world and they forced to hide their feelings and their sexual orientation. The novel is similar to books written by George Orwell, such as 1984.

Nontraditional Media In Marketing And Advertising

Author: Robyn Blakeman
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 1412997615
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Nontraditional Media in Marketing and Advertising by Robyn Blakeman is a concise guide that offers a step-by-step approach to the strategic use of nontraditional media by both marketing and advertising professionals. The text focuses on methods used as an alternative choice to more traditional marketing and advertising methods such as print and broadcast mediums. To assess the efficacy of nontraditional methods, Blakeman looks at why a marketing team might choose nontraditional media vehicles over (or alongside) more traditional ones, how it can be used to attract smaller niche markets, and where nontraditional media is headed. Blakeman also explores how nontraditional media, which can offer creative and unusual options for marketing and adversiting, deliver meaningful and memorable ads that are often more effective at reaching the target audience than traditional vehicles, since they are often unexpected. Understanding nontraditional media and its role in delivering a strategic message to the target market requires professionals to understand what options are available and how they will be used, as well as the projected return on investment. This must-have guide is perfect for facilitating this understanding!

Financing Nontraditional Students

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Management Of Quality In Nontraditional Education

Author: Suzanne Grace Truesdell James
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Parenting And Child Development In Nontraditional Families

Author: Michael E. Lamb
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 1135683018
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The goal of this volume is to discuss--in depth--the ways in which various "deviations" from "traditional" family styles affect childrearing practices and child development. Each of the contributors illustrates the dynamic developmental processes that characterize parenting and child development in contexts that can be deemed "nontraditional" because they do not reflect the demographic characteristics of the traditional families on which social scientists have largely focused. The contributors deal with the dynamics and possible effects of dual-career families, families with unusually involved fathers, families characterized by the occurrence of divorce, single parenthood, remarriage, poverty, adoption, reliance on nonparental childcare, ethnic membership, parents with lesbian or gay sexual orientations, as well as violent and/or neglectful parents. By doing so, the authors provide thoughtful, literate, and up-to-date accounts of a diverse array of "nontraditional" or traditionally understudied family types. All the chapters offer answers to a common question: How do these patterns of childcare affect children, their experiences, and their developmental processes? The answers to these questions are of practical importance, relevant to a growing proportion of the families and children in the United States, but also have significant implications for the understanding of developmental processes in general. As a result, the book will be of value to basic social scientists, as well as those professionals concerned with guiding and advising clients and public policy.

Social Work Practice In Nontraditional Urban Settings

Author: Melvin Delgado
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780195112481
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The author suggests that many communities can be best served through their own, already-established recreational, social, and cultural centres, and shows how professional social workers can use these non-traditional settings - bars, beauty shops, and bathhouses - to reach out to the communities they are trying to help.

Nontraditional Jobs For Women

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A Taxonomy For Classification And Determination Of The Nontraditional Nature Of Postsecondary Education Institutions

Author: Philip N. McCullough
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An Evaluative Look At Nontraditional Postsecondary Education

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Forum 76 The Third National Conference On Open Learning And Nontraditional Study

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Nontraditional Methods Of Sensing Stress Strain And Damage In Materials And Structures

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Universal Design In Education

Author: Frank Bowe
Editor: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780897896887
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By taking simple steps in advance of teaching, educators can greatly expand the appeal of instruction on all levels, from K-12 school through colleges and universities to adult or continuing education programs. Using disks, Web pages, language translation software, listservs, and other steps can lower the cost of accommodating to the diverse needs of students with disabilities, older students, students from different cultures, and students with different learning styles, while at the same time enhancing the quality of instruction.

Writing About The Mathematical Problem Solving Process To Help Nontraditional College Students Solve Mathematics Problems In A Beginning Algebra Course

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Traditional And Nontraditional Sources Of Future Research Scientists

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight
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This document presents a transcript of the hearing to examine undergraduate science education in relation to the traditional and nontraditional sources of future research scientists. Two specific aspects of the topic were identified for examination: (1) successful methods of science education employed at small liberal arts schools; and (2) what can be done to increase participation of underrepresented groups in science. The Subcommittee heard testimony from 10 witnesses representing small colleges successful in producing mathematics and science majors and in increasing the participation of underrepresented groups in science. Testimony: (1) highlighted aspects of the Project Kaleidoscope report; (2) pointed out the poor state of science and mathematics education in the United States today and discussed four initiatives for undergraduate studies that might help rectify that situation; (3) cited the apprenticeship model of education and the work ethic of traditional small liberal arts college students as reasons for their success in supplying future scientists; (4) attributed the success of undergraduate institutions in developing future scientists to the participation of the students in undergraduate research that stimulates student interest in science; (5) discussed undergraduate and minority high school student research projects that contribute to the interest in science careers; (6) discussed the contributions of historically black colleges in providing future scientists; (7) discussed strategies to attract members of underrepresented groups into science; (8) addressed the issues of recruitment and retention of women in science; (9) discussed collaborative efforts with universities and schools to attract girls and minorities into science; and (10) discussed the National Science Foundation's role in Project Kaleidoscope. Prepared statements and other supplemental materials submitted by the witnesses are included. (MDH)

Nontraditional Machining Processes

Author: E. J. Weller
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Chinese Perceptions Of Traditional And Nontraditional Security Threats

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While "knowing your enemy" has long been a Chinese stratagem, cultural intelligence only recently has gained precedence in American military strategy. Our efforts in Iraq, Afghanistan, and the war on terror remind us of how differently much of the rest of the world thinks and perceives. This monograph is an effort to better understand Chinese thinking. Ms. Susan Craig's research into Chinese threat perceptions is important for several reasons. Above all, it provides valuable insight into the comprehensiveness of the Chinese concept of national security and how China perceives itself, the world, and China's place within it. Further, the author's deliberate effort to maintain a Chinese perspective by relying solely on Chinese sources - namely, scholarly journals, the news media, official policy pronouncements, and personal interviews-demonstrates that Chinese intentions and motivations are not a secret. The author's research shows that there is a significant amount of information about Chinese concerns, perceptions, and motivations that is available openly, and that many of China's influential elite are willing and able to meet and openly exchange ideas. Also, it shows that there is an active arena for debate in China on national security issues. Likely due to the rapidly changing international environment and China's growing interest and participation in it, Chinese perceptions about its national security are more diverse, nuanced, and sophisticated today than ever before. By acknowledging that Chinese thinking is not monolithic, we can better appreciate and influence debates that are occurring. While Ms. Craig's analysis shows that the Chinese perspective is very different from our own, it also shows that the two perspectives may share a common view of the future. Both the United States and China aspire to a future with a free, open, and robust economic marketplace and an international order where all nations contribute to peace, development, and prosperity (in other words, where we are all "responsible stakeholders"). Despite Chinese fears, the United States does not strive to overturn the current world order; we have as much at stake in maintaining it as China does. We also confront similar nontraditional threats: terrorism, pollution, proliferation, energy insecurity, drug trafficking, and infectious disease. With cooperation in pursuing shared goals and overcoming shared threats, the threats we each perceive as posed by the other are likely to diminish. If that is not reason enough to study China's threat perceptions, perhaps beating the Chinese at their own game is. As Ms. Craig's research demonstrates, China's influential elite spends a great deal of time studying American policy and politics and has a very good understanding of American threat perceptions. In addition, this unique collection of American military documents provides a special view of recent Chinese military and policy developments. Contents: China Shaping the Operational Environment - A Disciple on the Path of Deception and Influence * The "People" in the PLA: Recruitment, Training, and Education in China's 80-Year-Old Military * China's Maritime Quest * The PLA At Home and Abroad: Assessing The Operational Capabilities of China's Military * Arms Sales To Taiwan: Enjoy The Business While It Lasts * China's Role In The Stabilization Of Afghanistan * The Coming of Chinese Hawks * Turkey and China: Unlikely Strategic Partners. This ebook also includes the annual U.S. intelligence community worldwide threat assessment in Congressional testimony by Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper Jr.