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Author: Carl Milofsky

to such research, can be viewed mathematically as a dynamic property space defined by the demographic characteristics of GA members. Empirical data from ten US cities and towns confirmed that the nature of this property space significantly influenced the life cycle of GAs in these communities. The

In: Voluntaristics Review
Author: Laurent Lardeux

those more directly related to extreme violence. Then, and I would like to emphasise this second point, even though living conditions and the organization of social and political life do not systematically constitute direct causes of radicalism, they form, however, a social, political and cultural

In: Radical Thought among the Young: A Survey of French Lycée Students
Author: Laurent Lardeux

those more directly related to extreme violence. Then, and I would like to emphasise this second point, even though living conditions and the organization of social and political life do not systematically constitute direct causes of radicalism, they form, however, a social, political and cultural

In: Radical Thought among the Young: A Survey of French Lycée Students

conducted by a polling firm, OpinionWay, with a representative sample of young people aged 15–17 living in metropolitan France. The sample was selected according to the quota method with regard to the criteria of gender, age, socio-occupational category, category of agglomeration and region of residence for

In: Radical Thought among the Young: A Survey of French Lycée Students

conducted by a polling firm, OpinionWay, with a representative sample of young people aged 15–17 living in metropolitan France. The sample was selected according to the quota method with regard to the criteria of gender, age, socio-occupational category, category of agglomeration and region of residence for

In: Radical Thought among the Young: A Survey of French Lycée Students

VNPS on people, organizations, communities, and societies in the instrumental sphere, affecting task accomplishment, while largely neglecting the expressive or emotional side of human life. This is a huge mistake. Research in the past fifty years has clearly shown that all important decisions by

In: Voluntaristics Review

the two can humankind hope to heal a ravaged Earth and ensure preservation of life. I selected this myth to analyze in detail for multiple reasons: First, it resides deep within my own cultural heritage, in-forming my own psyche as much as any other ancient tale. Second, this myth is central to the

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Popular Culture

chronic problem in their new “way of life” is no longer a “problem,” but the means to a satisfactory way of living with their situation. From the individual’s point of view, participating in an SHG helps them to develop a new “way of life,” which includes new meanings that provide higher self-esteem, a

In: Voluntaristics Review
Author: Myat Thu

, but its religious institutions were also crucial for the life of the ancient Burmese. The head of the Sangha (a Pali word for monks), the Sasanabai, also assumed the official status of Minsaya, the immediate mentor of the king, who was required to comply with the ten Buddhist criteria of “good

In: Populism in Asian Democracies

, S-Theory seeks to understand the total eco-system of such relevant variables. The socio-behavioral sciences, the biological or life sciences, and the physical sciences have discovered or identified thousands of Independent Variables or IVs (a-i-r), as predictors relevant to explaining and predicting

In: Voluntaristics Review