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A proposal for alternative methods for teaching digital design
Abstract Computers have the potential to radically change the process of architectural design, and match more closely the formal aspirations of contemporary designers. What, then, should be theExpand
Architecture and the Internet: Designing places in cyberspace
This paper explores the possibility of organizing Cyberspace into spatial settings that not only afford social interaction, but, like physical places, also embody and express cultural values. Expand
Local Health Departments' Mission to the Uninsured
It is often maintained that local health departments (LHDs) should not directly provide personal health services. However, our nationally representative sample revealed that most LHD directors (87%)Expand
Privatization and the scope of public health: a national survey of local health department directors.
OBJECTIVES This study sought to obtain and analyze nationally representative data on (1) privatization of local health department services, (2) local health department directors' beliefs andExpand
Healthcare providers’ perspectives on expedited partner therapy for chlamydia: a qualitative study
Objectives Expedited partner therapy (EPT) effectively reduces rates of reinfection with chlamydia and increases the number of partners treated for the infection. Healthcare provider (HCP) provisionExpand
Financial Distress and Depressive Symptoms among African American Women: Identifying Financial Priorities and Needs and why it Matters for Mental Health
Prior research found that financial hardship or distress is one of the most important underlying factors for depression/depressive symptoms, yet factors that contribute to financial distress remainExpand
The role of place in cyberspace
  • Y. Kalay, J. Marx
  • Proceedings Seventh International Conference on…
  • 25 October 2001
Cyberspace is quickly becoming an alternative 'place' for everyday economic, cultural, and other human activities. Yet, cyberspace designers have not capitalized on the theories, experiences, andExpand
Perceived outcomes of public health privatization: a national survey of local health department directors.
Almost three quarters of the nation's local health departments (LHDs) have privatized some services. About half of LHD directors who privatized services reported cost savings and half reported thatExpand
A Multidimensional Conception of Ideologies in Professional Arenas: The Case of the Mental Health Field
Any attempt to resurrect he historical concept of ideology for analyses of current social behavior has to confront he issue of whether or not we have, in fact, witnessed the "end of ideology"Expand