Geoinformação em urbanismo: cidade real × cidade virtual


Author: Cláudia Maria de Almeida,Gilberto Câmara,Antonio Miguel Vieira Monteiro
Publisher: Oficina de Textos
ISBN: 8579750679
Category: Architecture
Page: 368
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Geoinformação em Urbanismo traz 15 contribuições sobre o tema, agrupadas em cinco vertentes: a representação territorial; a gestão de problemas e políticas sociais; a construção da base de dados geoinformáticos; o gerenciamento de desastres naturais; modelos e modelagens urbanas e regionais.

The Methodology of Maurice Hauriou

Legal, Sociological, Philosophical
Author: Christopher B. Gray
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9042030070
Category: Law
Page: 242
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This book shows that Hauriou¿s positivist and pragmatic jurisprudence and social theory, as well as their application to the study of institutions, is satisfactorily supported by his idealistic philosophy. The nine chapters first locate Hauriou¿s influences, then situate his disciplinary methodologies within methodology in general. The central chapters concern each of the three methodologies in turn.

American Book Publishing Record

ABPR annual cumulative
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The Rules of Sociological Method

And Selected Texts on Sociology and Its Method
Author: Emile Durkheim,Steven Lukes
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476749728
Category: Philosophy
Page: 288
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Revised for the first time in over thirty years, this edition of Emile Durkheim’s masterful work on the nature and scope of sociology is updated with a new introduction and improved translation by leading scholar Steven Lukes that puts Durkheim’s work into context for the twenty-first century reader. The Rules of Sociological Method represents Emile Durkheim’s manifesto for sociology. He argues forcefully for the objective, scientific, and methodological underpinnings of sociology as a discipline and establishes guiding principles for future research. The substantial new introduction by leading Durkheim scholar Steven Lukes explains and sets into context Durkheim’s arguments. Lukes examines the still-controversial debates about The Rules of Sociological Method’s six chapters and explains their relevance to present-day sociology. The edition also includes Durkheim’s subsequent thoughts on method in the form of articles, debates with scholars from other disciplines, and letters. The original translation has been revised and reworked in order to make Durkheim’s arguments clearer and easier to read. This is an essential resource for students and scholars hoping to deepen their understanding of one of the pioneering voices in modern sociology and twentieth-century social thought.

New Rules of Sociological Method

A Positive Critique of Interpretative Sociologies
Author: Anthony Giddens
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804722261
Category: Social Science
Page: 186
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This new edition of a standard work?used as a text throughout the world?has been thoroughly re-edited and revised. In it Giddens tells how he believes social theory should be constructed and conducted and offers a critique of schools of social thought that continues to occupy a place in contemporary debates.

Sociological Methodology


Author: Edgar F. Borgatta
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Sociology
Page: N.A
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Sociological methodology


Author: American Sociological Association
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
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Page: 218
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The research act

a theoretical introduction to sociological methods
Author: Norman K. Denzin
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Social Science
Page: 306
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Social sciences index


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Cancer Disparities

Causes and Evidence-Based Solutions
Author: Holly Matto, PhD,Jessica Strolin-Goltzman, PhD,Michelle Ballan, PhD,Ronit Elk, Ph.D.,Hope Landrine, Ph.D.,American Cancer Society
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
ISBN: 0826108830
Category: Medical
Page: 580
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"The volume sheds new light on reducing disparities by complementing currentlyavailable monographs, through the provision of solutions that are not onlytheoretically innovative but also empirically effective. Indeed, Cancer Disparities: Causesand Evidence-Based Solutions admirably achieves two key objectives that are crucial foradvances in the field: (a) providing an up-to-date overview of cancer-related disparities and(b) describing evidence-based interventional approaches to close the cancer-relateddisparities gap. The implicit promise is that these approaches will enable public health practitioners,cancer control workers, and community members to use or adapt them in their owncommunities. This volume is essential to help make that promise a reality."--PsycCRITIQUES Cancer is not randomly distributed in the United States. Its incidence varies by race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and other geographic and demographic factors. This volume, co-published with the American Cancer Society, is the first to examine the biological, racial, and socioeconomic factors that influence cancer incidence and survival. In addition, it presents 15 previously unpublished, evidence-based interventions to reduce and eliminate cancer disparities. The book explains the nature, scope, and causes of cancer disparities across different populations and then presents unique programs proven to reduce such inequalities in the areas of cancer prevention, screening and early detection, treatment, and survivorship. They represent a variety of cancers, populations, and communities across the U.S. Descriptions of each intervention include tests of effectiveness and are written in sufficient detail for readers to replicate them within their own communities. Key Features: Offers an in-depth look at the latest research behind cancer disparities Written by highly respected and published cancer researchers Includes 15 never-before published, evidence-based interventions that readers can replicate Discusses breast, colorectal, cervical, and other pernicious cancers Includes interventions for African-American, Hispanic, Native American, and other populations

中央硏究院人文社會科學硏究所西文期刊聯合目錄


Author: 何國隆,陳美凰
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Social sciences
Page: 287
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Mathematical Ideas and Sociological Theory

Current State and Prospects
Author: Thomas J. Fararo
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9780677166353
Category:
Page: 185
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First Published in 1984. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Sociology in Perspective


Author: Mark Kirby
Publisher: Heinemann
ISBN: 9780435331603
Category: Sociology
Page: 831
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This text, specifically for AQA specifications, is designed to be easy and encouraging for students to use. The book contains updated material and activities together with a new chapter on study skills. It also indicates clearly where activities meet the new evidence requirements for key skills.

MULS, a Union List of Serials


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ISBN: N.A
Category: Periodicals
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Health Promotion and the Policy Process


Author: Carole Clavier,Evelyne de Leeuw
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191632627
Category: Medical
Page: 256
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Scholars and governments recognize the importance of policy development and implementation for population health, but there is a lack of systematic theoretical and conceptual development in the health field to address the issue. Health Promotion and the Policy Process is the first book to take an in-depth look at the theoretical advances in the political sciences, including discussing the significance of political economy and sociology, which so far have made little progress in health promotion development. The book argues that focusing on how public policies work makes it possible to move beyond the more behavioural 'health education' approach, and make the transition from political statements to political strategies. The authors draw from a wide array of theories on the policy process in the fields of political science and political sociology to illuminate health promotion strategies and objectives. For example they discuss how Kingdon's Multiple Streams Model, Sabatier's Advocacy-Coalition Framework and policy network theories can contribute to greater health equity, healthy public policies and community development. Through practical and critical tools, research, and experience-based discussion, Health Promotion and the Policy Process discusses how theories can be used to influence, evaluate, orient or implement health promotion interventions and policies. This book will be essential reading for health promoters who want to make a difference by influencing social determinants of health at the policy level including students, public health professionals, researchers, practitioners, decision makers and those concerned with applied policy research.

Current Index to Journals in Education

CIJE.
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Category: Education
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Descriptive catalog of the history of economics collection (1850-1930)


Author: University of Kansas. Libraries,University of Kansas
Publisher: G K Hall
ISBN: N.A
Category: Business & Economics
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Research Methods for Sport Studies


Author: Chris Gratton,Ian Jones
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415268776
Category: Social Science
Page: 288
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This textbook is essential reading for those undertaking research into sport from a social science or management approach, either as part of an academic course, or for those employed within sport-related industries. It provides a step-by-step guide to the research process, from the concept stage through to the presentation of results. Throughout the book, the research methodology is brought to life through the use of relevant case studies and examples.

Causality in Sociological Research


Author: Jakub Karpinski
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400904959
Category: Social Science
Page: 192
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The general treatment of problems connected with the causal conditioning of phenomena has traditionally been the domain of philosophy, but when one examines the relationships taking place in the various fields, the study of such conditionings belongs to the empirical sciences. Sociology is no exception in that respect. In that discipline we note a certain paradox. Many problems connected with the causal conditioning of phenomena have been raised in sociology in relatively recent times, and that process marked its empirical or even so-called empiricist trend. That trend, labelled positivist, seems in this case to be in contradiction with a certain type of positivism. Those authors who describe positivism usually include the Humean tradition in its genealogy and, remembering Hume's criticism of the concept of cause, speak about positivism as about a trend which is inclined to treat lightly the study of causes and confines itself to the statements on co-occurrence of phenomena.

Handbook of Health Survey Methods


Author: Timothy P. Johnson
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118594746
Category: Medical
Page: 840
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A comprehensive guidebook to the current methodologiesand practices used in health surveys A unique and self-contained resource, Handbook of HealthSurvey Methods presents techniques necessary for confrontingchallenges that are specific to health survey research. Thehandbook guides readers through the development of sample designs,data collection procedures, and analytic methods for studies aimedat gathering health information on general and targetedpopulations. The book is organized into five well-defined sections: Design andSampling Issues, Measurement Issues, Field Issues, Health Surveysof Special Populations, and Data Management and Analysis.Maintaining an easy-to-follow format, each chapter begins with anintroduction, followed by an overview of the main concepts,theories, and applications associated with each topic. Finally,each chapter provides connections to relevant online resources foradditional study and reference. The Handbook of Health SurveyMethods features: 29 methodological chapters written by highly qualified expertsin academia, research, and industry A treatment of the best statistical practices and specificmethodologies for collecting data from special populations such assexual minorities, persons with disabilities, patients, andpractitioners Discussions on issues specific to health research includingdeveloping physical health and mental health measures, collectinginformation on sensitive topics, sampling for clinical trials,collecting biospecimens, working with proxy respondents, andlinking health data to administrative and other external datasources Numerous real-world examples from the latest research in thefields of public health, biomedicine, and health psychology Handbook of Health Survey Methods is an ideal reference foracademics, researchers, and practitioners who apply survey methodsand analyze data in the fields of biomedicine, public health,epidemiology, and biostatistics. The handbook is also a usefulsupplement for upper-undergraduate and graduate-level courses onsurvey methodology.