His main themes are definitional
and conceptual issues in social skills assessment and intervention, assessment strategies, multi-tiered social-emotional interventions, and social-emotional assessment and intervention strategies for specific populations.
Rajib, however, expects it is unlikely that the SEC will get into this level of definitional
regulation, particularly because the SEC has previously examined in-depth the payment of sub-TA fees.
The beginning of the ontology Crivelli offers, in order to account for how something can be and not be, is found in his distinction between definitional
and ordinary readings (Chapter four).
Dr Najma Najam, Vice Chancellor Karakorum International University, Gilgit, in her video presentation in "Defining Civic Responsibility" highlighted the definitional
aspect of civic paradigm based on her experience in professional life and empowerment of youth and women and suggested a paradigm shift in attitudes and behaviour in building a healthy a civic society.
To start, the discussion is plagued with definitional
First among their objectives was to create a shared framework for understanding the definitional
elements of "college, career, and citizenship readiness" (CCCR) that will serve as a compass for state-to-local actions.
Clearly presented and with numerous examples, the author addresses a range of topics, including prelicensing steps and considerations, definitional
consideration, strategizing IP grant approaches, hybrid licensing, ancillary matter, royalty and royalty assignments, infringement and misappropriation, license secrecy provisions, most favored license provisions, and license length and termination.
Table 3 shows the official statistics published by each country, the statistics on a common basis (after definitional
and methodological adjustments), the reconciled statistics (after statistical adjustments), and the total adjustment for each major current-account component.
The agency made some definitional
changes, which, depending on a company's operations, could be significant .
In March 2009, the Obama Administration announced a new definitional
standard for the government's authority to detain terrorist suspects, which does not use the phrase "enemy combatant" to refer to persons who may be properly detained.
Others discuss issues concerning concept definition and data building, including varied definitions of armed conflict, the definitional
problems in building a database on hostage-barricade terrorism and abductions, and the influence of temporal considerations in finding definitional
clarity in the development of conflict prevention indicators.
Given its subject matter, the volume turns the editorial vice of not insisting on definitional
and analytical congruity across the chapters into the virtue of allowing the reader to encounter a compelling range of "voices.