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IDDOI:10.1177/0096144219876604Published Date2020-03-01JournalJournal of Urban History, 2020-03-01, Volume 46
This essay examines the historical role of graphic maps and plans in the Parisian municipal bureaucracy during the nineteenth century. Maps and plans became an important means to consolidate and organize administrative activities related to the built environment. As recognition of the growing number of actors involved, laws were implemented requiring not only an image to build but requiring that they be orthographic. The emergence of orthographic images in building practices was not a consequ…
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IDDOI:10.1177/0096144219876603Published Date2020-03-01JournalJournal of Urban History, 2020-03-01, Volume 46
This introduction to this special section, “Cities on Paper: On the Materiality of Paper in Urban Planning,” explores the vital role played by paper documents in the practice of urban planning linked to the shaping of modern cities in Europe and the United States during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. This introductory essay considers recent literature on the materiality of paper to show the significance of examining the visual and written information transcribed on its surface in con…
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IDDOI:10.1177/1012690218789037Published Date2020-02-01JournalInternational Review for the Sociology of Sport, 2020-02-01, Volume 55
In this article we analyze the patterns of retention in SportsClasses of promising young athletes in Denmark. Since 2005, SportsClasses have provided extra training for potential elite athletes in Grades 7–9 in designated Danish public schools. They were introduced after the Danish Ministry of Culture lowered the age of recruitment for athletes from 15 to 12 in response to increased competition in the world of elite sports. The SportsClasses attempt to balance collaboration between two differ…
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ID31994777Published Date2020-01-29JournalInternational journal of geriatric psychiatry, 2020-01-29
As the world population ages, psychiatrists will increasingly need instruments for measuring constructs of psychopathology that are generalizable to diverse elders. The study tested whether syndromes of co-occurring problems derived from self-ratings of psychopathology by US elders would fit self-ratings by elders in 19 other societies.The Older Adult Self-Report (OASR) was completed by 12,826 60- to 102-year-olds in 19 societies from North and South America, Asia, and Eastern, Northern, Sout…
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ID31912610Published Date2020-01-08JournalDevelopmental science, 2020-01-08
Children from families with low socioeconomic status (SES) earn lower grades, perform worse on achievement tests, and attain less education on average than their peers from higher-SES families. We evaluated neurocognitive mediators of SES disparities in achievement in a diverse sample of youth whose data were linked to administrative records of performance on school-administered tests of 7th grade reading and math proficiency (N = 203). We used structural equation modeling to evaluate whether…
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ID31914322Published Date2020-01-08JournalJournal of clinical child and adolescent psychology : the official journal for the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, American Psychological Association, Division 53, 2020-01-08
: We used latent class analysis (LCA) to examine the prevalence and characteristics of the Dysregulation Profile (DP) based on data from the Child Behavior Checklist for Ages 6-18. The DP comprises elevated scores on the Anxious/Depressed, Attention Problems, and Aggressive Behavior syndromes and thus reflects significant problems in self-regulation of mood, attention, and behavior.: We examined CBCL data for 56,666 children ages 6 to 16 in 29 societies, many of which are countries but some o…
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IDDOI:10.4018/978-1-5225-8088-1.ch006Published Date2020-01-01JournalCases on Global Leadership in the Contemporary Economy, 2020-01-01
Experiex Trips, a small enterprise, encourages people to get out of their seats and start experiencing in their own skin conditions that are different to those that they are used to. This is so that they will return home with deep and transformative learnings that will lead their life decisions. During the entire chapter, the authors explore the history of Experiex Trips; its core values; its business model; the three pillars for its success, which are cooperation, experimental education, and…
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IDDOI:10.3102/0013189x19898700Published Date2020-01-01JournalEducational Researcher, 2020-01-01, Volume 49
Through school-based networks, parents obtain information, practical help, and other resources. Because networks vary by size and structure, access to these resources is uneven. What accounts for differences in access to social ties and in the mobilization of those ties to provide resources? In this article, we analyze a network of mothers of eighth graders at a Philadelphia public school. With a near-complete census of network ties, we explore mothers’ access to and mobilization of informati…
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ID30657708Published Date2020-01-01JournalJournal of clinical child and adolescent psychology : the official journal for the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, American Psychological Association, Division 53, 2020-01-01, Volume 49
Parental separation is a major adverse childhood experience. Parental separation is generally preceded by conflict, which is itself a risk factor for child problem behavior. Whether parental separation independent of conflict has negative effects on child problem behavior is unclear. This study was embedded in Generation R, a population-based cohort followed from fetal life until age 9 years. Information on family conflict was obtained from 5,808 mothers and fathers. The 4-way decomposition m…
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IDDOI:10.3167/dt.2019.060204Published Date2019-12-01JournalDemocratic Theory, 2019-12-01, Volume 6
Urgent alarms now warn of the erosion of democratic norms and the decline of democratic institutions. These antidemocratic trends have prompted some democratic theorists to reject the seeming inevitability of democratic forms of government and instead to consider democracy as a fugitive phenomenon. Fugitive democracy, as we argue below, is a theory composed of two parts. First, it includes a robust, normative ideal of democracy and, second, a clear-eyed vision of the historical defeats and ge…
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