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Author: Human Rights Watch (Organization)
Publisher: Human Rights Watch
Keywords: court, first, years, criminal, international, history, landmark, courting
Number of Pages: 252
Author: John N. Kotre
Publisher: John Kotre
Keywords: generations, future, live, outliving
Number of Pages: 308
Finally available in paperback, this landmark work uses dramatic personal narratives to expand upon the refine Erik Erikson's concept of 'generativity' --the variety of ways people find to be 'fertile' in their lives, from the purely biological task of leaving a genetic legacy to the emotional work of nurturing and guiding children, to teaching practical skill, to transmitting values and enriching our surrounding culture.
Publisher: World Health Organization
Keywords: july, report, outlook, unaids
Number of Pages: 153
This second edition of UNAIDS Outlook 2010was published to coincide with the XVIII International AIDS Conference held in Vienna. Featuring among many other issues the results of a landmark survey on the worlds' attitudes to HIV, a look at Treatment 2.0 and the state of the AIDS response in the BRIC countries, this report is packed with up-to-date information on the current and future trends of the AIDS response.
Author: DIANE Publishing Company
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: report, infrastructure, ntia, information, telecommunications
Number of Pages: 398
The landmark report issued in late 1991 which examines the significance of telecommunications and evaluates how telecommunications services improve both the international competitiveness of U.S. businesses and the quality of life of U.S. citizens. Considers the technological and marketplace trends driving telecommunications development in this country and elsewhere. Assesses the role of regulatory and other government policies in promoting the development of a telecommunications infrastructure to support present and future national needs. 40 charts and tables.
Author: John P. Allen
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: clinicians, researchers, guide, problems, alcohol, assessing
Number of Pages: 585
A revision of the landmark study by D.J. Lettieri Alcoholism Treatment Assessment Research InstrumentsÓ. Assists in locating, examining, & selecting instruments appropriate for use in all stages of the assessment process. Includes state-of-the-art reviews of & recommendations for assessment procedures. Written with the clinician & the less experienced researcher in mind. Includes screening, diagnosis, assessment of drinking behavior, treatment planning, treatment & process assessment, & outcome evaluation. Also Fact Sheets & Sample Instruments.
Author: Braden R. Allenby
Publisher: National Academies
Keywords: ecosystems, industrial, greening
Number of Pages: 280
This landmark volume explores the new industrial ecology, an emerging framework for making environmental factors an integral part of economic and business decision making. Experts on this new frontier explore concepts and applications, including bringing international law up to par with many national laws to encourage industrial ecology principles; integrating environmental costs into accounting systems; and understanding design for environment, industrial "metabolism", and sustainable development and how these concepts will affect the behavior of industrial and service firms.
Author: Roger Brooke Taney
Publisher: Books for Libraries Press
Keywords: case, scott, dred
Number of Pages: 148
This work is a compilation of three separate essays pertaining to the landmark Supreme Court slavery decision. Horace Grey provides an outline of the case and the arguments in the case. Chief Justice Taney's work views Negroesas lacking citizenship in any state and calls the outlawing of slavery by the Missouri Compromise as unconstitutional. Israel Washburne views the Scott decision as making slavery legal in every state and overthrowing the constitution.