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Extractions: in civil status , marriage, divorce, adoption, etc. Interpretation integrally related to census. History: early fragments: census/registration - taxes, conscription Europe, 1500's: Parish records (legal, not stats) - secularized London - Bills of Mortality, weekly list of plague victims 1803 - Napoleonic Code - civil registration compulsory model for most western nations and LA 1860's: William Farr/ International Statistical Institute "Uniform list of causes of death applicable in all countries" 1909 - USA currently most western nations have a VS system which is "continuous, permanent, and compulsory." International 1920s: League of Nations Standardization compilation of VS's of selected countries 1950 - : UN Statistical Commission demographic yearbook - since 1948 population and vital stats reports statistical yearbook (? value of some of estimates)
Extractions: Stephen F. Morin ABSTRACT : An update on the implications of AIDS [acquired immune deficiency syndrome] and HIV [human immunodeficiency virus] infections for mental health practitioners. The chapter discusses new research, ethical responsibilities, and legal considerations for practitioners; denial, delay, and distortion; test reliability, risk factors, and risk groups; general principles of counseling those people who have AIDs or who are or might be HIV-positive; suicide, the dilemma of the right to die, and foregoing life-sustaining interventions; neuropsychological aspects of AIDS and HIV infections; is there a legal duty to protect or warn third parties; and education and prevention. No therapist can ethically ignore the challenge that the AIDS virus has thrust upon us. A few stark statistics only hint at the tragic dimensions of this disease. At the time we are writing this article, AIDS is the leading cause of death for men age 25-45 and women age 25-34 in New York City; it is the leading cause of death in the U.S. for people with hemophilia and for people who are intravenous (IV) drug users (Institute of Medicine/National Academy of Sciences/Nichols, 1989). The San Francisco Department of Public Health estimates that half of all gay and bisexual men in San Francisco are infected with the AIDS virus (Schochet, 1989). A recent study showed that almost 2% of babies born in New York City had HIV antibodies, indicating that their mothers are infected with HIV (Lambert, 1988).
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Extractions: city or state Intl Agencies Foreign Gov't Resources - The Documents Center is a central reference and referral point for government information, whether local, state, federal, foreign or international. Its web pages are a reference and instructional tool for government, political science, statistical data, and news. IMF - IMF Home page with links to News, About the IMF, Fund Rates, IMF Publications, What's New, Standards and Codes, Country Information and featured topics World Bank - The World Bank Group offers loans, advice, and an array of customized resources to more than 100 developing countries and countries in transition Statistics Bureau of Labor Stats - Get all the information you need concerning statistical data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics Cyber Atlas - CyberAtlas is the source for Internet statistics, market research, demographics and surveys. Find statistics on e-commerce, Internet advertising, and online populations from a variety of sources in one place Fedstats - FedStats provides easy access to statistics and information produced by more than 100 U.S. Federal Government agencies
Statistics Sources Home research Aids stats Info Lawlounge. Lawworld. legal Information Institute Page. National Archive of Criminal about the US. U.S. populations Includes data files for county http://www.cjed.com/rschers_stats.htm
Extractions: Stats Not too long ago the typical sources for statistics on a specific topic were those cited in books or journal articles on that topic. Sometimes the authors presented statistics gathered as a result of their own research while at other times they provided statistics gleaned from other sources. Because of the time involved in getting books and articles to press, it was not unusual for students especially to rely on what were often dated statistics. Today there is less justification for term papers and other research projects to use anything other than the most current data on particular topics. Instead on relying on the national murder or rape rate provided in your three-year-old text book or a five-year-old journal article, go directly to the FBI's Uniform Crime Report online and get the most current data. Get crime and prison statistics directly from another country's government page. See what data are gathered about firearms from groups and organizations on every side of the issue. The list is obviously endless and that means that whether you are gathering supplementary statistics in conjunction with your own original research or are simply providing a research paper on a particular topic, you likely have direct access to statistics that are more current than any you could find in an already published source. Use the links below to identify relevant data on:
Extractions: How many students are enrolled in public and private schools in the United States? How do U.S. students fare on national assessments? What percentage of students graduate from high school and college? How much do Americans spend on education? ... How do American schools compare with schools in other countries? 1. How many students are enrolled in public and private schools in the United States? According to U.S. Department of Education estimates, there are 47.6 million students in public schools and 5.9 million in private schools. As many as 2 million children are home-schooled. As of the 2000-2001 school year, there were public elementary and secondary schools and as of 1999-2000 there were 27,223 private elementary and secondary schools. As of January 2004, there were
Extractions: Links to Related Sites (Printable Version) The links found in this section of the NPIN site will connect you to Web sites that feature additional information related to HIV/AIDS, STDs, TB. CDC and NPIN do not necessarily recommend or endorse all the information contained in these online resources. Please read our policy about links to other Web sites Incarcerated Populations AIDS in Prison Project
Frontline: Real Justice: Stats & Facts For offices serving populations of 1,000,000 or more, it of indigent defense systems; document how legal services are www.ncsc.dni.us/divisions/research/csp/csp http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/bostonda/etc/stats.html
Extractions: In 1996, half the prosecutors' offices in the U.S. employed 9 or fewer people and had a budget of $254,000 or less. The average budget for a prosecutor's office in 1996 was $1.5 million, and ranged from $21,000 to $255 million. More than one quarter of U.S. chief state prosecutors work part time. The median salary of a chief prosecutor at the state court level: $64,000 In offices serving more than 1,000,000 or more: $115,000 In offices serving under 250,000: $69,000 Part time offices: $36,000 (See "What Lawyers Earn," a chart published by the National Law Journal, for salary ranges for prosecutors in various counties across the nation.) The median budget for prosecution: $254,000 In offices serving more than 1,000,000 or more: $25,500,000 In offices serving under 250,000: $293,000 Part time offices: $90,000 In 1996, 2,343 state court prosecutors employed about 71,000 attorneys, investigators, and support staff; a 25% increase from 1992. Almost half of all state prosecutors' offices reported that they had a staff member threatened or assaulted in 1996. For offices serving populations of 1,000,000 or more, it was close to 75%. Over 95% of the nation's chief prosecutors are elected locally.
PrisonSucks.com: Research On The Prison Industrial Complex research and links on the prison industrial complex the links above (especially research) and take action today! the size of prison populations in countries with large penal with termpaper research or legal questions. Permission is http://www.prisonsucks.com/
Extractions: Skip Site Map Search Prisonsucks.com is a clearinghouse for useful, verifiable statistics about the crime control industry. Too often prison activists use statistics that are out of date, provided without citation or simply wrong. One of these days the public will start listening to prison activists, so let's be prepared to win without being sidetracked by arguments over defective statistics. In some cases, the numbers we need don't exist. In others, the facts exist but activists don't know where to find them. Now you do. Start at prisonsucks.com. Explore the links above (especially research ) and take action today! Written by the editor of this site and co-published with the Western Prison Project, The Prison Index: Taking the Pulse of the Crime Control Industry is the first index of statistics about our nation's criminal justice system ever published. Containing 611 facts and 17 graphs and charts, this 48-page volume presents, in black-and-white, the state of crime control in America. Read more and order online On December 31, 2002, there were 2,033,331 people in U.S. prisons and jails. That's a rise of 3.7% during the 12 previous months, more than twice the growth rate of the previous year. The average annual increase since 1995 has been 3.6%.
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Extractions: (formerly CyberAtlas) ClickZ Stats is the Web marketer's guide to online facts, Internet research, trends, and analysis. The site provides readers with valuable statistics and Web marketing information, enabling them to understand their business environment, and allowing for more informed business decisions. ClickZ Stats gathers online research from the best data resources to provide a complete review of the latest surveys and technologies available. If you're looking for some quick statistics, check the ClickZ Stats
Child Abuse: Statistics, Research, And Resources Child Abuse This page, by Jim Hopper, Ph.D., has a discussion and presentations of statistics on child abuse, especially child sexual abuse, and a list of Web resources for survivors of child survey research on rates legal definitions and government agencies that can remove children from their homes, and to conduct thousands of research clinical populations or people http://www.jimhopper.com/abstats
Extractions: (last revised 4/1/2004) I am a researcher and therapist with a doctorate (Ph.D.) in clinical psychology. I have conducted survey research on rates of child abuse. I have also studied the lasting effects of child abuse - initially the psychological and behavioral effects in men, more recently effects on biology and the regulation of emotion. I am a licensed clinical psychologist, and for 15 years I have been a therapist to men and women abused in childhood, providing individual and group treatment. My main collaborators include Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, a leader in the psychological trauma field at The Trauma Center and Boston University. I am currently a Research Fellow at the Behavioral Psychopharmacology Research Laboratory at the Neuroimaging Center of McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School. In this position I am focusing on brain imaging studies of substance abuse disorders, including in people with histories of abuse and PTSD. If you are interested in my professional services , which include psychotherapy, talks, workshops, and consultations, please visit that page.
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Extractions: 15 January 2002 , revised 27 February 2004 . The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism offers this database containing abstracts and bibliographic references to journal articles, books, dissertations, conference papers and proceedings, reports and studies, and chapters in edited works. It covers a wide range of topics related to alcoholism, including treatment and prevention, epidemiology, legislation, accidents and safety, public policy, and more. Sadly, on 9 January 2004, the agency announced that it plans to discontinue database updates. The database will remain available for archival purposes. (et) 17 January 2002. Watchdog group Marin Institute offers this database containing bibliographic citations and abstracts for over 13,000 articles and news stories about the alcohol beverage industry, alcohol policy, and prevention efforts. It covers 1991 to present. Sources include major newspaper and business journals, as well as journals from the fields of prevention, advertising, and the beverage industry. A word wheel feature facilitates finding subject terms and companies indexed.
Health Law In The Legal Research Guide hazardous substances on the health of human populations. It provides access to legal and educational Personal Health Information in research Understanding the http://www.virtualchase.com/resources/healthlaw.shtml
Extractions: Teaching Legal Professionals How To Do Research Home Legal Research Guide Legal Subjects What is health law? The resources listed below deal with laws or procedures pertaining to public health. Topics include, but are not limited to, Medicare Medicaid , medical privacy, managed care and drug and alcohol issues. Find related government agencies Find drug and alcohol resources ... 21 August 2003. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) makes available information about pending legislation on several hot topics, including criminal justice, death penalty, drug policy, free speech and more. Browse the collection by issue or ACLU region. Stay up-to-date with these issues by requesting to receive email updates. (gk) 29 November 1999. The American Medical Association offers a search tool for finding physicians by name or by specialty. Information provided includes name, office location, phone, certification, professional status, education and residency. 18 June 2001. The American Medical Association offers this database of information about medical groups. Search by group name, practice type, or geographic location to find demographic and professional information about medical groups.
MADD Online: Diverse Populations Looking for research for a school project? Below are some links we think will help . Statistics about youth 2000 Fatalities by State http://www.madd.org/stats/0,1056,1772,00.html
Extractions: This resource focuses on sanctions and public policy initiatives aimed at preventing impaired driving, reducing repeat offenses, and preventing underage drinking. home Statistics Diverse Populations Spanish articles / Artículos en Español ... Native Americans A new study will help MADD understand the problem and develop ethnically-sensitive programs. Did you know... In a nationwide survey, Caucasians were more likely than any other race/ethnicity group to report current use of alcohol in 2001. The next highest rates were for persons reporting more than one race (43.2 percent). The lowest current drinking rate reported was for Asians (31.9 percent). The rate was 35.1 percent for African Americans and 35.0 percent for Native Americans/Alaska Natives. ( SAMHSA, 2001
MADD Online: General Statistics (Bureau of Justice Statistics, 1998). Alcohol is society s legal, oldest and most popular drug. Looking for research for a school project? http://www.madd.org/stats/0,1056,1789,00.html
Extractions: NHTSA, 2003 Incidence of intoxication (BAC of 0.08 g/dl or greater) for drivers in fatal crashes in 2001 was highest for motorcycle operators (31 percent) and lowest for drivers of large trucks (2 percent). The incidence of intoxication for drivers of light trucks (23 percent) was higher than that for passenger car drivers. ( NHTSA, 2003 Gallup Organization, 2003 Blincoe, Seay et al., 2002 The highest prevalence of both binge and heavy drinking in 2000 was for young adults aged 18 to 25, with the peak rate occurring at age 21. ( SAMHSA, 2000
Statistics Sources Web www.lib.umich.edu/govdocs/stats.html Produced at the commercial, regulatory and legal issues affecting to the free telecoms market research and statistics http://www.rba.co.uk/sources/stats.htm
Extractions: One of the best starting point for statistical sources by country, topic or subject. This service includes sources offering free and easily accessible social, economic and general data from official or similar "quotable" sources, especially those that provide both current data and time series. In the country lists, these are mainly Web pages provided by statistical offices, central banks and government departments and agencies, whereas the topics list is comprised of links to the statistics pages of international organizations and associations and a few commercial sites. Statistical Resources on the Web www.lib.umich.edu/govdocs/stats.html Produced by the University of Michigan Documents Center, this site has organised a range of statistical sources into categories (e.g. Agriculture, Business and Industry, economy, Health, Transportation). It is US biased but there is a good section on Foreign Government Sources. Statistical Data Locators www.ntu.edu.sg/lib/stat/statdata.htm
Extractions: This title has been published since 1878 but its emphasis has varied depending on the interests of the U.S. government. Over the years various editions add, drop, or refine features. The contents are divided into sections, which generally cover broad areas such as population, education, or vital statistics. In addition it covers national elections, business statistics, statistics on types of cases in the various federal courts, and detailed information on crime rates. The Statistical Abstract 's value is also in its footnotes, which refer the reader to government and commercial publications where more detailed information is available. There is an appendix that references tables in the Abstract to earlier data shown in the Historical Statistics of the United States . Current editions are available on the Internet via links from the FEDSTATS Statistical Reference Shelf , or the above listed URL.
Extractions: The tools of this site are listed in the left hand column. The page on Hearing Loss discussed communicating with a person who has a hearing disability in person or via the phone. It also covers communicating in the work field and more formal situations such as meetings. Safety issues and audio alerts are included, as well as a feature on accommodating individuals with speech