mincy

mincy

(ˈmɪnsɪ)
adj, -cier or -ciest
excessively particular or fussy, esp with regards to eatingdisplaying characteristics regarded as typical of a woman; effeminate
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Mincy 2009 "Parental Incarceration and Child Well-Being : Implications for Urban Families." Social Science Quarterly 905: 1186-202.
Such a conceptualization has supported the development and implementation of policy interventions aimed at supporting disconnected youth that emphasize educational retention and job skill development as primary policy strategies (Mincy 2006; Pfeiffer 2009).
Mothers in fragile families are particularly vulnerable to issues pertaining to mental health, especially long-term depression, more than their married peers (McLanahan, Garfinkel, & Mincy, 2001).
Johnson & Easterling, 2012), parental incarceration appears to have unique influence on physical and mental health problems and behaviors in children and adolescents (Geller, Cooper, Garfinkel, Schwartz-Soicher, & Mincy, 2012; Geller, Garfinkel, Cooper, & Mincey, 2009; Murphey & Cooper, 2015; Turney, 2014; Wildeman & Turney, 2014).
Since the Gramlich (1976) study, a number of other papers have conducted similar simulation-type analyses of the target efficiency of the minimum wage (e.g., Burkhauser and Sabia 2007, 2010: Congressional Budget Office 2014: Horrigan and Mincy 1993: Johnson and Browning 1983).
One of the most important factors in reducing CAUTI is ensuring catheters are only used when absolutely necessary, as Mincy Shaji, head nurse of the CICU explained: "We established automatic stop orders for urinary catheters.
Ron Mincy is director of the Center for Research on Fathers, Children and Family Well-Being at Columbia University, and a professor of social policy and social work practice at Columbia's School of Social Work.
This will ensure maximum plant uptime." For GE, though its involvement in power projects in Africa has traditionally been limited to equipment supply and long term maintenance agreements, "now the company ismore active in facilitating earlier stage development of power projects by dedicating resources and risk capital," explains Ron Mincy, Managing Director of GE's project finance team in Kenya.
Miami, FL, December 19, 2015 --(PR.com)-- A simple yet useful new automotive accessory, the Nosey Shade, has been developed by inventor Tiffany Mincy of Trenton, New Jersey.
This will ensure maximum plant uptime." For GE, though its involvement in power projects in Africa has traditionally been limited to equipment supply and long term maintenance agreements, "now the company is more active in facilitating earlier stage development of power projects by dedicating resources and risk capital," explains Ron Mincy, Managing Director of GE's project finance team in Kenya.