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- Friendships, Peer Acceptance, and Group Membership: Relations to Academic Achievement in Middle School
peer relationships and the processes by which they influence orientations toward social and academic ... time pursuing academic rather than social ac- tivities (Berndt, Laychak, & Park, 1990). During ado- ... (1993) suggests that the social networks of elementary-aged children socialize and encourage motivational ...
- Preschoolers' Attributions of Mental States in Pretense
a program that models imaginative play and provides strong contex- tual cues (e.g., "Let's use our ... (1995). Theory of mind development and social understanding. Cognition and Emotion, 9, 151-165. Connolly, J. A., & Doyle, A. (1984). Relation of social fan- tasy play to social competence ...
- Incentives in Organizations
years to express Kerr's title, not to mention to evaluate or extend his conclusions. During this period, ... organizations, including industrial relations, organizational sociology, and social psychology. ... the marginal social benefits of the agent's actions depend on how al and a2affect the agent's total ...
- On Access to Anthropological Literature
to evaluate scholars' -. ONG,WALTER T. 1982. Orality and literacy: The technologizing ... STODDART,SIMON,AND TAMES WHITLEY. 1988. The social context of literacy in Archaic Greece and Etruria. Antiquity ... anthropology, physical anthropology, ethnology, social and cultural anthropol- -. 1992. On hieroglyphic ...
- Pictures at an Exhibition: Conflicting Pressures in Museums and the Display of Art
of availability reflects the workings of some kind of social organization and becomes part of the pattern ... attention in such trade journals as ArtNews, Art Forum, and Museum News. fund museums whose programs ... alized groups, that is, nontraditional audiences. In addition, the NEA has special programs ...
- Distinguished Lecture on Economics in Government: Lessons from past Productivity Booms
cracking in the processing of crude oil) were made in the 1920s and 1930s, the synthetic rubber program ... tional asymmetries they faced in evaluating the bankruptcy risk of particular firms. In addition, ...
- The Creation of a "True Antient and Indubitable" Right: The English Bill of Rights and the Right to Be Armed
regulations and the outrage the governing classes felt when they fell victim to their own disarmament program ... the guns in the 68 G. M. Trevelyan, English Social History (New York, 1965; 1st ed., 19421, p. 279. ...
- Televisualist Anthropology: Representation, Aesthetics, Politics [and Comments and Reply]
the clips effectively telling us about or portraying something critical about indigenous social relations, ... of has been well described by Homi Bhabha: No longer are social and cultural differ- ences guaranteed ... theory. Every social science methodology has a grand or total theory inscribed within it, ...
- From Efficient Markets Theory to Behavioral Finance
a broader social science perspective including psychology and sociology-is now one of the most vital research programs, and it stands in sharp contradiction to much of efficient markets theory. ... As long ago as 1841, Charles MacKay in his "For a list of our programs since 1991, with links ...
- Decolonizing the English past: Readings in Medieval Archaeology and History
disciplinary status of a social group, whether and when it has an archaeology, an anthropology, or a history, ... and colonized societies, these disciplines also mapped differences within the societies and social groups ... economists, especially Marx, for focusing on production as the only intelligible social process, ...