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THE POLICY ADVOCACY ROLE OF HUMAN SERVICE NONPROFITS Incentives , Involvement , and Impact
tion and devolution grow ever more pervasive, human service nonprofits are finding themselves operating in an increasing complex task environment, with constantly shifting political and financialExpand
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CellSDN : Software-Defined Cellular Networks
Existing cellular networks suffer from inflexible and expen sive equipment, complex control-plane protocols, and vend orspecific configuration interfaces. In this paper, we argue th at softwareExpand
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Witnessing the Animal Moment
In a 1928 article entitled “The Culture of Canines,” sociologist Read Bain made the case for a serious “animal sociology” (Bain, 1928, 545-56). He suggested that, along with other nonhumans, dogsExpand
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The New Dad:caring,committed and conflicted
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A REVIEW ON SKIN WHITENING PROPERTY OF PLANT EXTRACTS
One of the serious aesthetic problems in human beings is skin darkening which is more prevalent in middle aged and elderly individuals. Skin whitening is the practice of using chemical substances orExpand
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Extreme variation in body temperature in a nocturnal thigmothermic lizard
Nocturnal lizards inhabiting cool temperate environments potentially experience a wide range of body temperatures (T b ). We used radio telemetry to characterize field T b in a nocturnalExpand
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Academic Entitlement Scale: Development and Preliminary Validation
Validity evidence was gathered for a new measure of academic entitlement. Two factors emerged during the creation of the scale—academic narcissism and academic outcome. Academic narcissism appears toExpand
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SEXUAL DIMORPHISM IN NORTHERN SPOTTED OWLS FROM NORTHWEST CALIFORNIA
-We measured weight, wing length, tail length, bill length, bill depth, and tarsus length and counted the number of complete tail bars of live adult and subadult Northern Spotted Owls (StrixExpand
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Secondary prevention of vascular disease by prolonged antiplatelet treatment
Thirty one randomised trials of antiplatelet treatment for patients with a history of transient ischaemic attack, occlusive stroke, unstable angina, or myocardial infarction were identified. Six wereExpand
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