61. Does Social Development Affect Poverty? The Role of Participation in Income Dynamics in Indonesia 1993-2000Does Social Development Affect Poverty? The Role of Participation in Income Dynamics in Indonesia 1993-2000Does Social Development Affect Poverty? The Role of Participation in Income Dynamics in Indonesia 1993-2000

The objective of this study is to assess whether there are any effects on household income changes and poverty reduction in Indonesia from living in a community that has a more democratic system of de...

64. Regional Cooperation in the Western Balkans: Stabilisation Device or Integration Policy?Regional Cooperation in the Western Balkans: Stabilisation Device or Integration Policy?

This article analyses regional cooperation between the Stabilisation and Association Process (SAP) states with particular emphasis on the interplay with EU integration. It argues that regional coopera...

65. Cooperative relay in the next generation wireless networksCooperative relay in the next generation wireless networks

Thesis (Ph.D.)--Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, 2009xvii, 147 p. : ill. ; 30 cmHKUST Call Number: Thesis ECED 2009 ZhangSCooperative relay becomes a promising solution for the next gen...

66. Why Cooperate? An Evaluation of the Formation and Persistence of Voluntary Regional Land Use Cooperative Arrangements in Michigan.Why Cooperate? An Evaluation of the Formation and Persistence of Voluntary Regional Land Use Cooperative Arrangements in Michigan.

For more than a century, planning scholars have been both frustrated and fascinated with the notion of regional cooperation, which has become one of the most sought after yet elusive ideals of land us...

67. Japanese Cooperative and Competitive A ltitudes: Age and Gender EffectsJapanese Cooperative and Competitive A ltitudes: Age and Gender Effects

Japanese fifth through twelfth graders (N = 927) rated and ranked 24 cooperative and competitive activities (teacher-generated) in terms of personal importance. Factor analyses revealed one consistent...

68. Multilateral Cooperation in an Iterated Prisoner's DilemmaMultilateral Cooperation in an Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma

There is a remarkable consensus among scholars of international relations that bilateral cooperation is easier to achieve than multilateral cooperation. This essay proposes a formal model to show that...

69. Regulation of DNA synthesis in bacteria: analysis of the Bates/Kleckner licensing/initiation-mass model for cell cycle controlRegulation of DNA synthesis in bacteria: analysis of the Bates/Kleckner licensing/initiation-mass model for cell cycle control

Bates and Kleckner have recently proposed that bacterial cell division is a licensing agent for a subsequent initiation of DNA replication. They also propose that initiation mass for DNA replication i...

70. On a heuristic point of view concerning the expression of numerous genes during the cell cycleOn a heuristic point of view concerning the expression of numerous genes during the cell cycle

The current model of the eukaryotic cell cycle proposes that numerous genes are expressed at different times during the cell cycle. The existence of myriad control points for gene expression leads to ...

71. Experimental reconsideration of the utility of serum starvation as a method for synchronizing mammalian cellsExperimental reconsideration of the utility of serum starvation as a method for synchronizing mammalian cells

Accurate cell???size determinations support the prediction that serum starvation and related whole???culture methods cannot synchronize cells. Theoretical considerations predict that whole???culture m...

72. Invariant mRNA and mitotic protein breakdown solves the Russian Doll problem of the cell cycleInvariant mRNA and mitotic protein breakdown solves the Russian Doll problem of the cell cycle

It has been proposed that cyclical gene expression occurs at a large number of different times during the cell cycle. The existence of a large number of cycle???specific variations in mRNA and protein...

73. Cooperative Learning

This site from SERC's Starting Point features cooperative learning, a method that incorporates interdependence, interaction, individual accountability, interpersonal skills, and group processing. Info...

74. Innovative Cooperation and Collaboration: A Study on Rwandan Coffee Cooperatives

The purpose of this study is to describe and examine the attitudes of coffee cooperative members towards the ownership of the SPREAD cooperatives in relation to cooperative sustainability. In addition...

75. Extended Cooper Family

The entire Cooper family poses at Allen House, now called Trout Hall, at Muhlenberg College in Allentown PA. It was Linda Cooper᾽s wedding day. Top row: Rev. Charles Jacob Cooper (married to Emma Knau...

76. Kahawa Yetu-Our Coffee. A Need for Better Organizational Capacity in Kenya's Coffee Cooperatives. A case study of New Gatanga Cooperative Society, Kenya.

The advent of structural adjustment reforms in the early 1990s in the coffee sector saw the decline of government involvement in Kenya’s Coffee Cooperatives. The withdrawal of the state in the agricul...

77. The Romanian Agriculture Cooperative Movement, from the Beginning to the Threshold of the Second World War. Briefly Historic Argument or Argument for History

In the philosophical meaning, the cooperative is a result of the knowing experimentallydevelopment and includes the interaction between: persons of consequence – through ideas and attitudes,state – th...

78. Energy Efficient Protocol for Clustered Cooperative Sensor Network

Energy efficiency is the major problem in wireless sensor networks. We introduced the Cooperative communication protocol in wireless sensor networks (WSN) for establishment of cooperative clusters dur...

79. İlkokul 4. Sınıf Öğrencilerinin Yardımlaşma Değerine Yönelik Geliştirdikleri Metaforların İncelenmesi <br> The Analysis Of Metaphors That Primary School 4. Grade Students Developed For Cooperating Value

The purpose of this study is to identify theme taphors thatprimary school 4. Grade students have on the value of cooperation. Inthe present study, the phenomenon science model, which is one of thequal...

80. Applicability of the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) to Predict Acceptance of Cooperative System: The Case of Boyer-Ahmad County

IntroductionSocial life is one of the natural features of humans. Traditional and modern features of gathering have been some evidences of this trend. The basic motivation for this social interaction ...

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