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The Kerner Report

Author : National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders
ISBN : 9781400880805
Genre : Political Science
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A landmark study of racism, inequality, and police violence that continues to hold important lessons today The Kerner Report is a powerful window into the roots of racism and inequality in the United States. Hailed by Martin Luther King Jr. as a "physician's warning of approaching death, with a prescription for life," this historic study was produced by a presidential commission established by Lyndon Johnson, chaired by former Illinois governor Otto Kerner, and provides a riveting account of the riots that shook 1960s America. The commission pointed to the polarization of American society, white racism, economic inopportunity, and other factors, arguing that only "a compassionate, massive, and sustained" effort could reverse the troubling reality of a racially divided, separate, and unequal society. Conservatives criticized the report as a justification of lawless violence while leftist radicals complained that Kerner didn’t go far enough. But for most Americans, this report was an eye-opening account of what was wrong in race relations. Drawing together decades of scholarship showing the widespread and ingrained nature of racism, The Kerner Report provided an important set of arguments about what the nation needs to do to achieve racial justice, one that is familiar in today’s climate. Presented here with an introduction by historian Julian Zelizer, The Kerner Report deserves renewed attention in America’s continuing struggle to achieve true parity in race relations, income, employment, education, and other critical areas.
Category: Political Science

Writing Effective Report Card Comments

Author : Susan Shafer
ISBN : 0590068822
Genre : Education
File Size : 53.36 MB
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At last, here is a practical book that gathers time-saving tips from teachers on writing effective report card comments. Packed with advice, this resource will help you collect assessment information easily and describe your students' performances clearly and constructively. You'll find handy lists of phrases that encourage children, words to avoid, and concise advice on how to prompt parents to support learning at home. Book jacket.
Category: Education

How To Make A Book Report

Author : Kathleen Christopher Null
ISBN : 9781576903278
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Hite Report

Author : Shere Hite
ISBN : 1583225692
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 27.18 MB
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Sales of this classic have reached 48 million copies worldwide. It is now reissued with a new introduction by the author. The Hite Report radically re-defined the world's understanding of female sexual experience and it remains to this day essential reading for women of all ages and backgrounds. First published in 1976, this title was the first scientific analysis to focus specifically on women's sexuality. Dr Hite's methodological research challenged the prevailing dominant understanding of female sexuality and put forward a new vision of scientific study.
Category: Self-Help

The Visual Foxpro Report Writer

Author : Cathy Pountney
ISBN : 1930919255
Genre : Computers
File Size : 86.27 MB
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A practical handbook for software developers on utilizing the Visual FoxPro Report Writer efficiently, offers a wide range of tips and techniques for the report wizard, report designer, and report bands, along with advanced information on nesting data groups and creating variables and calculations. Original. (Intermediate)
Category: Computers

The Durham Report And British Policy

Author : Ged Martin
ISBN : 0521085306
Genre : History
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In 1838 Lord Melbourne's Whig government in Britain sent the radical Lord Durham to Canada as Governor-General to deal with a colony in the aftermath of a rebellion. Durham's vanity and arrogance made him a poor choice for the post, and he resigned a few months later after the government had been forced to overrule him for exceeding his powers. After his return to Britain he wrote his Report on the Affairs of British North America - and its unauthorized publication in the Times caused a sensation. This report - the famous 'Durham Report' - has been seen as the starting point of the British tradition of colonial self-rule leading through the Statute of Westminster of 1931 to the independent self-governing Commonwealth of today.
Category: History

Report Writing In Business

Author : Trevor Bentley
ISBN : 1859715168
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 73.50 MB
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Report writing is an essential part of business life and if you can effectively communicate your ideas you are likely to reap the rewards. This new edition, extensively rewritten and updated, aims to provide you with a comprehensive, clear, brief and relevant set of guidelines for writing effective reports. The key to effective report writing is to be able to communicate a message in a way that enables the reader to understand it in exactly the way it was intended. To achieve this the writer needs to be able to produce information in a clear, concise and readable way to deliver a message without the danger of ambiguity or misinterpretation. Guidance and examples are given. This book is aimed at business managers as well as students of management who need to write reports for distribution within their organisations. Reading this book will present you with the knowledge to modify your own personal report style and approach. This new edition has been extensively rewritten and updated Provides you with a comprehensive, clear, brief and relevant set of guidelines for writing effective reports Will give you the knowledge to develop your own report style and approach
Category: Business & Economics

Report On Conditions Of Work And Promotion Of Livelihoods In The Unorganised Sector

Author : India. National Commission for Enterprises in the Unorganised Sector
ISBN : 8171886787
Genre : History
File Size : 89.20 MB
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Concentrating on the informal sector of the economy—which accounts for an overwhelming proportion of the poor and vulnerable population in India—and their working environments, this analysis is based on the latest information from the 61st round of the National Sample Survey 2004–2005. Combining those results with supplemental data, this account proposes two comprehensive bills as well as a number of measures to ensure minimum work conditions and promotions of livelihoods for both the agricultural and nonagricultural laborers. This publication also includes a CD-ROM comprising three other reports from the commission: Social Security for Unorganised Workers, National Policy on Urban Street Vendors, and Comprehensive Legislation for Minimum Conditions of Work.
Category: History

World Development Report 1997

Author :
ISBN : 0195211146
Genre : Adaptation (Biology)
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This is the twentieth in the annual series assessing major development issues. The report is devoted to the role and effectiveness of the state:what it should do, how it should do it, and how it can improve in a rapidly changing world. Governments with both centrally-planned and mixed economies are shrinking their market role because of failed state interventions. This report takes an opposite stance:that state's role in the institutional environment underlying the economy, that is, its ability to enforce a rule of law to underpin transactions, is vital to making government contribute more effectively to development. It argues against reducing government to a minimalist state, explaining that development requires an effective state that plays a facilitator role in encouraging and complementing the activities of private businesses and individuals. The report presents a state reform framework strategy:First, focus the state's activities to match its capabilities; and second, look for ways to improve the state's capability by re-invigorating public institutions. Successful and unsuccessful examples of states and state reform provide illustrations.
Category: Adaptation (Biology)

The Oxfam Poverty Report

Author : Kevin Watkins
ISBN : 0855983183
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 90.6 MB
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Fifty years ago, the United Nations Charter proclaimed universal rights to shared prosperity, peace, and security. How far has that vision of world citizenship been realised? Despite advances in human welfare and technology, there is today a growing polarisation between rich and poor. One in four of the world's people live in absolute poverty, unable to meet their basic needs; armed conflict is affecting millions of people; and the global environment is under threat. Yet there is a failure of political will to address the silent emergency of poverty. The Oxfam Poverty Report draws on Oxfam's experience of working in over 70 countries, to examine the causes of poverty and conflict. It identifies the structural forces which deny people their basic rights, and gives a wide range of examples of the ways in which men and women are bringing about positive change at every level, from the household to the international arena. Oxfam believes that it is time to renew the UN vision of universal basic rights. The Report concludes by proposing policy and institutional reforms which would transform international institutions and trading relations, and calls for a new commitment to work together to eradicate poverty and bring sustainable peace and security for all the world's people.
Category: Social Science

The Cosgrove Report

Author : G.J.A. O'Toole
ISBN : 080219866X
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 20.61 MB
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A unique historical thriller takes on the true mysteries of Lincoln’s assassination “with verve, humor and impressive scholarship” (Time). In 1868, Pinkerton Detective Nicholas Cosgrove is tasked with tracking down John Wilkes Booth, a man who should be three years in his grave. Booth, President Lincoln’s assassin, was also a skilled actor and master of disguise, and Secretary of War Edwin Stanton suspects he may still be at large. But Cosgrove unearths more than just the corpse of a man who is decidedly not Booth. The conspiracy to assassinate Lincoln was much larger, and far more dangerous than anyone suspects. Now, more than a century later, Cosgrove’s report on his harrowing investigation has fallen into the hands of private eye Michael Croft. Charged with verifying Cosgrove’s hair-raising tale—as well as its explosive implications—Croft presents the manuscript here with his own annotations. With meticulous research into official records as well as the forgotten memoirs of eyewitnesses, former CIA agent G. J. A. O’Toole has crafted a highly original novel—both a gripping historical thriller and a shockingly plausible solution to some of the most enthralling mysteries surrounding Lincoln’s assassination. “A humdinger of a mystery . . . transports us to a landscape at once familiar and as exotic as a sinister, murderous oz.” —The Washington Star “It has everything—mystery, adventure, history, and a delightful unsuspected ending. . . . The unique tale of an American Sherlock Holmes.” —Seattle Times Magazine “With impressive scholarship and sharp wit, O’Toole lays bare for the non-specialist the real and persistent mysteries that still surround the trial of the Lincoln assassins. Altogether, highly entertaining and highly informative.” —Historical Novel Society
Category: Fiction

Livestock Report 2006

Author : Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Animal Production and Health Division
ISBN : 9251054215
Genre : Nature
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The 2006 Livestock Report Highlights critical issues that arise from the globalisation of the Livestock sector. It is the first of a series that aims to stimulate broad debate, and to this end it covers a wide spectrum of topics. Five papers take a global perspective on various topics (including the management of transboundary animal diseases, the future of small-scale dairying, animal genetic resources...) and one takes a snapshot of the Asian region. (Also available in French and Spanish).
Category: Nature

Hiv Aids Surveillance Report

Author : Anna Satcher Johnson
ISBN : 9781437914641
Genre :
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Presents estimated numbers of cases of HIV/AIDS (cases of HIV infection, regardless of whether they have progressed to AIDS) from the 39 areas that have confidential name-based HIV infection reporting for a sufficient length of time (since at least 2003). These 33 states represent approx. 63% of the epidemic in the 50 states and the D.C. According to the number of reported AIDS cases, the 34 states with long-term HIV infection reporting represent approx. 66% of the cases in the 50 states and the D.C. From 2004 through 2007, the total number of new cases of HIV/AIDS increased 15% in the 34 states. This increase is likely due to changes in state reporting regulations and increases in HIV testing. Extensive charts and tables.
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How To Write A Simple Report Grades 1 3

Author : Jennifer Overend Prior
ISBN : 9781576905029
Genre : Education
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Takes children through the basic steps from researching through the final presentation of writing a research paper.
Category: Education

Report

Author : British Association for the Advancement of Science
ISBN : UCAL:B3736129
Genre : Science
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Category: Science

World Development Report 2008

Author : World Bank
ISBN : 0821368095
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 78.91 MB
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The world's demand for food is expected to double within the next 50 years, while the natural resources that sustain agriculture will become increasingly scarce, degraded, and vulnerable to the effects of climate change. In many poor countries, agriculture accounts for at least 40 percent of GDP and 80 percent of employment. At the same time, about 70 percent of the world's poor live in rural areas and most depend on agriculture for their livelihoods. 'World Development Report 2008' seeks to assess where, when, and how agriculture can be an effective instrument for economic development, especially development that favors the poor. It examines several broad questions: How has agriculture changed in developing countries in the past 20 years? What are the important new challenges and opportunities for agriculture? Which new sources of agricultural growth can be captured cost effectively in particular in poor countries with large agricultural sectors as in Africa? How can agricultural growth be made more effective for poverty reduction? How can governments facilitate the transition of large populations out of agriculture, without simply transferring the burden of rural poverty to urban areas? How can the natural resource endowment for agriculture be protected? How can agriculture's negative environmental effects be contained? This year's report marks the 30th year the World Bank has been publishing the 'World Development Report'.
Category: Business & Economics

Progress Report On The Implementation Of Portfolio Management

Author :
ISBN : 0821331485
Genre : Business & Economics
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Annotation The Next Steps Program of Actions was endorsed by the World Bank's Executive Board in 1993. The plan identified 87 distinct operational, institutional, management, and personnel tasks, more than 90 percent of which have been completed or are at an advanced stage of completion. This report highlights the progress and changes that the Bank has made or is making to increase the organization's impact on development. The report summarizes progress in seven major areas that affect portfolio management, including country performance, project and portfolio restructuring, project quality, independent accountability, the internal environment, and generic and institutional factors. The book contains a matrix providing a detailed description of the actions already completed, as well as those being continued or to be commenced in the near future.
Category: Business & Economics