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Black identity: the O.J. Simpson case
von Latendresse, D; Smith, M; Rettig, S
In: Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, 5 (1996), 3, p. 273-334s

...The hermeneutic-dialectic (HD) method of inquiry is utilized to comprehend how whites and blacks reached their respective conclusions concerning O.J. Simpson's guilt or innocence. This method of enqui...

Family structure and the physical punishment of children
von Nobes, G; Smith, M
In: Journal of Family Issues, 23 (2002), 3, p. 349-73
Zitiert von: 1

...A community sample of nearly 500 parents was interviewed in order to examine the relative extent of physical punishment of children in one- and two-parent homes. Lone mothers' use of physical punishme...

Bourgeois revolutions? The policy consequences of resurgent conservatism
von Pierson, P; Smith, M
In: Comparative Political Studies, 25 (1993), 4, p. 487-520 refs : 520 ref
Zitiert von: 1

...Reexamines the dynamics of reform by concentrating on conservative governments in four advanced industrial democracies during the 1980s: Britain, Canada, the US and West Germany. Argues that the struc...

Changing sociological perspectives on chance
von Smith, M
In: Sociology, 27 (1993), 3, p. 513-31
Zitiert von: 1

...Offers a 'cognitive map' of interpretations of chance, within the Weberian paradigm, as revealed by twentieth-century writers from the United Kingdom, the United States and France. (Original abstract-...

The face of nature: environmental ethics and the boundaries of contemporary social theory
von Smith, M
In: Current Sociology, 49 (2001), 1, p. 49-65
Zitiert von: 2

...Social and cultural theorists readily deconstruct what they regard (with some justification) as the naturalistic pretensions of environmental ethics. However, despite innovative attempts to incorporat...

Issues of equity in special needs education from a gender perspective
von Daniels, H F; Hey, V; Leonard, D; Smith, M
In: British Journal of Special Education, 26 (1999), 4, p. 189-95

...Despite widespread commitment, reflected in legislation, to the notion of equity within special needs education, evidence from recent research funded by the Economic and Social Research Council reveal...

Improving design and conduct of randomised trials by embedding them in qualitative research: ProtecT (prostate testing for cancer and treatment) study: quality improvement report
von Donovan, J; Mills, N; Smith, M; Brindle, L; Jacoby, A; Peters, T; Frankel, S; Neal, D; Hamdy, F; Little, P
In: British Medical Journal, 324 (2002), 7367, p. 766-70

...Screening for prostate cancer is hotly debated, and evidence from trials about the effectiveness of treatments (surgery, radiotherapy, and monitoring) is lacking. Mounting a treatment trial is controv...

Polygyny and marital/life satisfaction: an exploratory study from rural Cameroon
von Gwangfogbe, P; Schumm, W R; Smith, M
In: Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 28 (1997), 1, p. 55-71 : table refs
Zitiert von: 1

...Using data collected in the spring of 1992 from a survey of 300 maternal-child dyads in rural zones of the Western Province, measures of life and marital satisfaction were correlated with maternal mar...

Factors affecting the adoption of exercise behavior among sedentary older adults
von Howze, E H; Smith, M; DiGilio, D A
In: Health Education Research, 4 (1989), Jun 89, p. 173-80
Zitiert von: 1

...Examines factors affecting the adoption of regular exercise by sedentary older adults and describes changes in fitness indicators among sedentary, community-living well elderly who volunteered to take...

The alcohol use disorder and associated disabilities interview schedule (AUDADIS): reliability of alcohol and drug modules in a clinical sample
von Hasin, D; Carpenter, K M; McCloud, S; Smith, M; Grant, B F
In: Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 44 (1997), 2/3, p. 133-41 : table refs
Zitiert von: 7

...The AUDADIS was designed for use in the general population, and was previously shown to have good reliability in a sample of household residents. A test-retest study was conducted of the AUDADIS in a ...

The community drug team
von Strang, J; Smith, M; Spurrell, S
In: British Journal of Addiction, 87 (1992), Feb 92, p. 169-78

...The creation of a network of nearly 100 community drug teams (CDTs) across the UK stands as the most significant expansion to occur within drug services during the 1980s. Key characteristics include t...

Local government-supported community development: community priorities and issues of autonomy
von Glaser, M A; Soskin, M D; Smith, M
In: Urban Affairs Review, 31 (1996), 6, p. 778-98 : table refs
Zitiert von: 3

...Examines a community-development model used in central Florida that includes local government support in the formation and activities of a community based organization, and explores the threat to comm...

Autism and tuberous sclerosis
von Smalley, S L; Smith, M; Tanguay, P E; Gutierrez, G
In: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 22 (1992), Sep 92, p. 339-44

...Tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC) is a known genetic disorder with behavioral manifestations including autism. A literature review of these 2 disorders substantiates a significant association of autism...

Eco-labelling and environmental policy: policy confusion persists
von Smith, M; Potter, S
In: Policy Studies, 17 (1996), 1, p. 73-80s

...The EU eco-label scheme was originally devised as a piece of consumer protection legislation designed to standardise product environmental performance claims. However, after 6 years of product group s...

Complementary support
von Smith, M
In: Nursing Times, 87 (1991), 7 Aug 91, 36+ p.

...Explains how midwives play an important role supporting women during pregnancy and how alternative therapies can be of considerable value. (Abstract amended)...

Conference peers
von Smith, M; Penfold, J; Hayhurst, M; Raine, V
In: UK Youth (2000), 101, p. 42-3

...A peer training conference in Seaford, East Sussex focused on sex and sexuality. The peer educators who organised the weekend reflect on the findings and ideas that came out of the conference. (Origin...

Contemporary measures of approach and avoidance goal orientations: similarities and differences
von Smith, M; Duda, J; Allen, J; Hall, H
In: British Journal of Educational Psychology, 72 (2002), 2, p. 155-90

...Investigates (i) whether 3 questionnaires designed to measure approach-avoidance goal orientations are assessing the same or different constructs, and (ii) the psychometric properties of each of the a...

Contributions of personality, social network, and cognitive processes to the experience of loneliness in women religious and other mature Australian women
von Smith, M; Knowles, A D
In: Journal of Social Psychology, 131 (1991), Jun 91, p. 355-65

...For these women, aspects of personality, social network, and cognitive processes predicted loneliness. In addition, women religious reported higher levels of emotional loneliness than women from the c...

Critical incident debriefing in groups: a group analytic perspective
von Smith, M
In: Psychodynamic Counselling, 7 (2001), 3, p. 329-46

...Outlines key group analytic concepts that are relevant to debriefing, including mirroring, group dynamics and supervision. Details how these concepts, along with the facilitator's and supervisor's fre...

Educating sensibilities: the image of 'the lesson' in children's talk about punishment
von Smith, M; Sparks, R; Girling, E
In: Punishment and Society, 2 (2000), 4, p. 395-415
Zitiert von: 2

...Addresses penal culture from the perspective of conversation, discussing specifically a number of conversations with 9-year-old children. Seeks to demonstrate one method for investigating sensibilitie...

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