Thirty Conclusions from the Social Sciences

Page 1 I NTHELATTER HALF OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, divorce posed the biggest threat to marriage in the United States. Clinical, academic, and popular accounts addressing recent family change—from Judith Wallerstein's landmark book, The Unexpected Legacy of Divorce , to Sara McLanahan and Gary ...

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Voice of the Faithful's Conclusions About the John Jay College Report, The Causes and Context of Sexual Abuse of Minors by Catholic Priests in the United States, 1950-2010 Keep the Faith, Change the Church October 11, 2011

Physician Perspectives about Health Care Reform and the ...

• Most U.S. physicians believe health reform will increase access to government insurance programs but not reduce costs. Long term impacts on the system include fewer uninsured, increased ER wait times, and a change in incentives to providers.


141 CHAPTER 6- CONCLUSIONS, SIGNIFICANCE, LIMITATIONS, AND SUBSEQUENT RESEARCH In this chapter I adopt four categories of conclusions, suggested by Richey and Nelson (1996) for developmental research for the purpose of addressing the full range of conclusions offered by the developmental framework.

12 Conclusions

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Conclusions of Law, and Judgment - Petitioner/Joint ...

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5.0 - Conclusions and Recommendations 5-1 5.0 CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 5.1 SUMMARY OF THE STAFF'S ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS The conclusions and recommendations presented are those of the FERC environmental staff.


7 Conclusions Growth with equity has become the policy paradigm in most of the developing countries. It is generally recognized that rapid economic growth is the most dependable and potent method of alleviating poverty and raising the living standards of the population.

Findings Conclusions

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Section 6 Conclusions and Recommendations 6.1 Project Overview

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