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Source : DANS

Saving Lives at Birth: The Impact of Home Births on Infant Outcomes

Meltem Daysal, N. et al. (2012)

Abstract: Many developed countries have recently experienced sharp increases in home birth rates. This paper investigates the impact of home births on the health of low-risk newborns using data from the Netherlands, the only developed country where home births are widespread. To account for ...

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Source : ICPSR

Youths and Deterrence: Columbia, South Carolina, 1979-1981

Paternoster, Raymond (11 avr. 2005)

This is an investigation of a cohort of high school-aged youth in Columbia, South Carolina. Surveys were conducted in three consecutive years from 1979 to 1981 in nine high schools. Students were interviewed for the first time at the beginning of their sophomore year in high school. An identical ...

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Source : DANS

Subculture Affiliation Is Associated with Substance Use of Adolescents

Bobakova, Daniela et al. (2012)

Youth subcultures (hip-hop, punk, skinhead, techno scene, metal) are known for specific lifestyles, music preferences, shared values and behaviours of their members. The aim of this study was to assess the association between subculture affiliation and substance use (tobacco, alcohol and cannabis), ...

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Source : HAL

The punk scene and the national music press in France (1976-1978): dangerous liaisons?

Serre, Solveig et al. (8 juil. 2014)

International audience In the years 1976-1978 France witnessed the “Punk Explosion” with the emergence of a multitude of bands which called themselves “punk” and decided to use the French language to express their protest against the system and with the two punk festivals that took place in ...

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Source : DANS

The necessity of education and the importance of maintaining pedagogics as an independent discipline

Thoomes, D.T. (3 nov. 2000)

The author takes the position that pedagogics is a normative science with its own subject of research. The historical development of pedagogical thought shows strong relations with philosophical-anthropological principles and with historical-cultural characteristics. Education today is confronted ...

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Source : DANS

D3.2 Instructional Designs for learning analytics and reflection support

Van Rosmalen, Peter et al. (6 janv. 2015)

The main objective of METALOGUE is to produce a multimodal dialogue system that is able to implement an interactive behaviour that seems natural to users and is flexible enough to exploit the full potential of multimodal interaction. The METALOGUE system will be arranged in the context of ...

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Source : ORBi : Univ. Liège

Enhancing rural learning, linkages, and institutions: the rice videos in Africa

Van Mele, Paul et al. (1 mai 2010)

Africa Rice Center (WARDA) facilitated the development and translation of 11 rice videos. From 2005 to 2009, WARDA partners translated them into more than 30 African languages. Open-air video presentations enhanced learning, experimentation, confidence, trust, and group cohesion among rural people. ...

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Revisiting Okun's Relationship

Dixon, R. et al. (14 mars 2016)

Our paper revisits Okun's relationship between observed unemployment rates and output gaps. We include in the relationship the effect of labour market institutions as well as age and gender effects. Our empirical analysis is based on 20 OECD countries over the period 1985-2013. We find that the ...

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