ISSP


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ISSP

abbreviation for
(Law) Intensive Supervision and Surveillance Programme: a method of dealing with persistent young offenders involving electronic tagging and making a digital photograph of the subject available for recognition by CCTV surveillance cameras
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In August the federal government announced the Canadian military exercised options under the ISSP to procure an additional 1,256 Argus soldier systems, which will be delivered in 2019.
The ISSP project is aimed at making a vertical survey of the water column in the Celebes Sea to determine whether the biodiversity were as rich as has been reported for shallow water fishes and corals.
A plausible explanation starts from the observation that the 2006 ISSP and the 2015 CES survey questions are not comparable.
As for the ISSP, Spectrum Instrumentation reported in October that the laboratory's pulse magnets can currently generate up to 87 Tesla (T) by nondestructive methods and from 100 T up to 760 T (currently the world record for the strongest field generated indoors) by a destructive process.
A dedicated talk was delivered on the activities of the European Teaming project 'CAMART--boosting technology transfer' implemented at the ISSP of Latvian University.
The ISSP 2007 survey asks respondents their opinions on a great variety of issues.
For the international comparison, 2008-2010 ISSP data was pooled with the 2010 GSS sample.
Researchers from Harvard Business School analysed data from the Family and Changing Gender Roles section of the International Social Survey Programme (ISSP).
The best cross-national data on individual values about income inequality is from the International Social Survey Programme (ISSP) Social Inequality module.
ISSP plans to expand community resources to include pre-natal support and other programs to address parental needs, as identified by members of the community.