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  1. Psychological and Social Structures by Sandor B. Brent, 1984-08

101. S & S Dream Studios
Web development, ecommerce, graphic design, web site maintenance for businesses and civic organizations. Business philosophy, pricing information, portfolio, contact information.
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102. Healthcare Consulting By David Michaels Consulting
Healthcare management consulting services for provincial organizations. Includes personal biography, profile, overview of philosophy and services, affiliations and contact information.
"Creative Solutions for the Health Care Community"
We offer a wide range of consulting services to Canadian healthcare organizations, from broad-based organizational solutions to implementation, management and operations. Services are delivered with an understanding that organizational success depends on a proper alignment of strategy, operations and evaluation.
Services include:
  • Strategic Planning
  • Program Planning and Evaluation
  • Communications and Websites
  • Financial Management
  • Human Resources
  • Information Systems
We also offer in-house custom-designed information sessions, seminars and workshops which are tailor-made to suit your organization's specific requirements.
For more information, please contact us:
148 Mullen Drive, Thornhill, ON L4J 2V3
Phone: (416) 697-9248 Fax: (905) 881-8748
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103. History - American Criminal Justice Assoc. Lambda Alpha Epsilon
also pushed for a broader concept for our organization —from a law enforcementfraternity to a criminal justice association. This philosophy was formed by
Background and Development
During the first three decades of the twentieth century, law enforcement in the western United States was simple and extremely rudimentary by comparison with today’s high tech standards. The ability to do a "cop’s job" relied heavily on physical brawn to maintain the peace and a degree of political connections to maintain one’s job. Ethics and standards varied between states and political subdivisions if, indeed, heed was paid to these virtues.
One of the most significant law enforcement officers in the early development of professional law enforcement in California was August Vollmer. Entering law enforcement by accident in Berkeley (California) in 1905 as "Marshal", Vollmer soon moved to the position of "Chief" in a rapidly growing University community. Utilizing resources of the University’s technical and behavioral scientists, he studied the criminal and his modus operandi, means of identifying physical characteristics, and other information. From these studies, he developed advanced methods of detection and apprehension of criminals by scientific and deductive investigative conclusions. Some of the by-products of several decades of experience were:
A School of "Criminology" at the University of California at Berkeley;

104. LaGrange Home Page
Gator Territory. Site offers links for campus history, philosophy, clubs and organizations, faculty, athletics, Partners in Education, and contact information.
History Of LaGrange You have now entered
Gator Territory Faculty Philosophy Athletics Clubs and Organizations Partners in Education Library
Welcome to the page devoted to LaGrange. LaGrange is a public high school located at 3420 Louisiana Avenue in Lake Charles, Louisiana.
For telephone numbers to LaGrange click here. History Philosophy Clubs and Organizations ... Partners in Education

This elementary web site features links for principal's message, mission, philosophy, activities, clubs and organizations, academic recognition, and business partners.

106. Welcome To Sierra Systems
Information technology consulting company providing systems to large companies and organizations in the province. Lists employment, services, associates, philosophy and contact information.
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County First Mental Health Department in California to receive certification for new federally mandated electronic health care claims processing
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TSX:SSG Sierra Systems Reports Second Quarter Fiscal 2004 Results Sierra Systems Updates Annual Outlook for Fiscal 2004 2003 Annual Report Investor Information ... Legal Notice

107. Community Solutions Fund Home Page
The Community Solutions Fund's philosophy and mission is to support small community based organizations that promote social change and selfhelp.
News about the State of MN Combined Charitable Campaign

Available Positions
Connect. Create. Achieve.
Community Solutions Fund, 1619 Dayton Ave, Ste 323, St. Paul, MN 55104
Phone 651-647-0440, Fax 651-647-0446, Email:
Send mail to with questions or comments about this web site.

108. Instructor: Assoc. Professor Craig P. Dunn, Ph.D.
ethical behavior within an organization of your choosing. Reasons for the positionstaken should rely upon moral, social, legal, and management philosophy.
S ocial R esponsibility:
L egal and E thical R esponsibility of B usiness
Instructors: Craig Dunn and Paul Graf Office: SS 3105 Office Hours: by appointment Phone: 594-5783/ (office/voicemail) E-mail: URL: He who has a why to live for can bear with almost any how -Nietzsche COURSE DESCRIPTION Examines the legal environment in which business is transacted. Topics include law and the legal system; government regulation; contracts; product liability; forms of business organizations; employment discrimination; environmental law; and business ethics and corporate social responsibility. Examines the role of the manager in dealing in a socially responsible and ethical manner with internal and external constituencies. Explains how organizations adapt to uncertainty in the environment, and identifies the techniques managers use to control and influence the environment. Describes how to evaluate corporate responsibility along ethical, legal and economic criteria, and how to improve social responsiveness. This course is designed to be a challenging and exciting course for the executive MBA student. Three major themes will provide direction throughout the semester:

109. Bachelor Of Social Work Home Page
A twoyear baccalaureate program. Mission, philosophy, curriculum, faculty and staff, courses, practicum, child welfare specialization, admissions, research, student co-op, alumni, events, links to graduate schools and social work organizations, employment information and advisory committee.
OUC developing a MSW Program.
New Professor in Aging for Social Work and Sociology Program receives full 7 year accreditation from CASSW. Admissions deadline moved up to January 15, 2004. The school welcomes a new acting director, Chris Lewis, and chair, Brian Rasmussen
OUC President Katie Bindon and the Okanagan Lake Monster Ogopogo Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the School of Social Work 2002
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110. James A. Ravanelli & Associates
Counsel and coaching to nonprofit organizations, helping them to raise the funds. Features services and philosophy.
Providing affordable expert counsel and coaching to non-profit organizations, helping them to efficiently and effectively raise the funds and awareness necessary to meet their goals . . .
we believe every organization is
unique and there is no
home philosophy services people ... contact If you have comments or suggestions about this site,
please contact JAR webmaster

111. Fathers'/Men's Rights Links
the American Bar assoc, American Bar assoc, The A Domestic Rights Coalition A memberservices organization. http//, my philosophy is that
Fathers' and Men's Rights Organizations, Writers and Other Leaders
The A-Team has rushed to the aid of many fathers in child custody court battles.
A.C.F.C. - The American Coalition for Fathers and Children - An information resource group for legislators.
This is an organization that represents our interests to legislators in Washington, D.C.

Alliance for Non-Custodial Parents Rights is dedicated to the elimination of criminal penalties for non-custodial parents who have fallen victim to unfair child support enforcement orders. ANCPR believes that the current and proposed laws concerning child support enforcement are a violation of the constitutional rights of fathers and other non-custodial parents.
Alliance for Non-Custodial Parents' Rights

A.N.C.P.R. - Alliance for Non-Custodial Parents' Rights at another Web site.
The Backlash!

The Backlash!
is a magazine of men's issues administered by Rod Van Mechelen. His Web site hosts many men's rights commentaries and much information.
Bringing "family" back into families

Let me tell you a short but saddeningly true story: In 1993, our family became separated by divorce. Since then, just being able to see each other and love each other has become not a challenge, but an impasse.

112. Webpage Produce Homepage
A familyoperated business producing affordable web pages for families, small businesses, and community organizations. Includes design philosophy, pricing, and portfolio.
Welcome to WebpageProduce , where we produce affordable webpages designed for your family, organization or small business. View samples from our Portfolio page to see how you can share photos with family members far away, relive those special vacations, show your prized collectibles, and promote your neighborhood association or civic organization to others over the Web. Check out our sample design templates now.
Read about our Design philosophy. Check out our Pricing to see why you can afford to have a professionally designed website for your business.
Have questions? Check out our friendly FAQs page or Contact us at to learn how you can take advantage of the webspace available from your Internet email provider. Portfolio Design Pricing FAQ's ... Home

113. St Charles Herald Guide, Clubs & Organizations
Lagattuta Estates Civic assoc., Inc. loyalty to the Republican conservative philosophyand to Provides meaningful volunteer work to nonprofit organizations.
News Sports Lifestyles Editorial ... Home
The following listing of clubs and organizations in St. Charles Parish was compiled as a service to our internet users A B C D ... Z Adoration Chapel
The Adoration Chapel in Ama between St. Mark Rectory and St. Mark Church on River Road, open 24 hours. Coordinator Randy Caire 785-2032. The Adoration Chapel in Destrehan is at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church on River Road, and is open 24 hours a day. Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon
Local meeting times:
Sun.-7 p.m. St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Education Bldg., Hwy. 90, Paradis 758-2668.
Mon.-8 p.m. Sacred Heart Church, 425 Spruce St., Norco, 764-6503.
Tues., Fri.-8 p.m. First Union Presbyterian Ch. 134 Lakewood Dr., Luling, 785-8486. Al Anon meets at 7:30 Tues., 8 Fri.
Wed., 8 p.m St. Gertrude Religious Education Center, 173336 Old Hwy. 90, Des Allemands, 758-7542.
Thurs.-8 p.m. First Union Presbyterian Church, 134 Lakewood Dr., Luling, 785-8486.

114. EIU Recognized Student Organization Alphabetical Listing
Nat l. Student SpeechLang-Hearing assoc. Jean Smitley, CDS, 581-2712. ORGANIZATION,ADVISOR, DEPARTMENT, PHONE. philosophy Forum, Grant Sterling, philosophy, 581-6990.
current as of FEBRUARY 1999

All Recognized Student Organizations are listed on this page.
Please click on a letter to "jump" to the organization you are seeking. A B C D ... Z
A A B C D ... Z
Academic Sisters Caridad Brito Psychology Administrative Info. Systems Assoc. Marylyn Wilkins School of Business Agency (The) Mary Durkin Wohlrabe Journalism Alpha Epsilon Delta Judith James Zoology Alpha Gamma Delta (Sorority) Linda Moore Career Services Alpha Kappa Delta Craig Eckert Soc/Anthropology Alpha Phi Alpha (Fraternity) Jerome Rodgers Athletics Alpha Phi (Sorority) Brandi Gage Student Life Alpha Psi Omega J. Sain Theatre Alpha Phi Omega Keith Kohanzo Judicial Affairs Alpha Sigma Alpha (Sorority) Kelly Villardo Student Life Alpha Sigma Tau (Sorority) Lindsay Barton Student Life American Marketing Association Wayne Chandler School of Business Andrews Hall Council Kerri Sanderson Housing Assoc. for Childhood Ed. Inter. Dr. Carol Helwig Ec/Ele/Mle Assoc. of Information Tech. Prof.

115. Vegetarian Resources At Erratic Impact's Philosophy Research Base
Whatever your philosophical bent, this book provides 1996) Journal of The AmericanDietetic assoc. The organization also publishes a quarterly newsletter to
More Vegetarianism 2
More Vegetarianism 3

Ecologic Index

Environmental News

Author Search
Vegetarianism (Cont.)
Online Resources Texts: Vegetarian Cookbooks Used Books: Vegetarian Cookbooks Know of a Resource?
Becoming Vegetarian : The Complete Guide to Adopting a Healthy Vegetarian Diet by Vesanto Melina, Brenda Davis, Victoria Harrison Becoming Vegetarian is a comprehensive and up-to-the minute guide to achieving a healthful vegetarian lifestyle. Written by three highly qualified dietitians, all of the key questions which arise for those who are beginning a dietary shift away from animal products are addressed, as well as those questions long term vegetarians have who want to ensure that their dietary pattern is nutritionally adequate. "There are many reasons to become vegetarian, including personal health, costs to the environment and the treatment of animals. Whatever your philosophical bent, this book provides the nuts-and-bolts information needed to maintain a healthy diet. As an athlete, I found it especially helpful to understand the function of fat and the different kinds of fats. Although this book helped ease my conversion into a lacto/ovo vegetarian a year ago, and I did enjoy the section on training non-vegetarians to understand the meatless choice, I would recommend the book highly to anyone, vegetarian or not, wanting to understand human nutritional needs. Food has an enormous social subtext and is surrounded by so much myth and fable it is hard to know what to believe. This book, in its sensible and attractive way, is completely credible." Leslie Reissner

116. IALA - International Association For Learning Alternatives - Home
be the early indication of a sea change in educational philosophy similar to Monday,May 10, 2004. Create New Schools Community Based organizations (CBOs)have
The International Association
for Learning Alternatives The IALA Weblog Tuesday, June 01, 2004
Florida Virtual School Enrolls 14,000 Students

One of many virtual or online high schools, Florida Virtual High enrolls over 14,000 students annually across the U.S. and in other countries since its founding in 1997. Their motto is "Any time, Any place, Any path, Any pace." This state funded school claims a 90% course completion rate and offer "franchises" to others wishing to establish their program.
Another school, Hudson High School offers 150 courses worldwide to its 5,000 students.
Virtual schools represent the fastest growing alternatives and serve students across the entire grade range K-16 plus graduate courses. The article, "Forum addresses virtual schooling myths" based on a meeting sponsored by the U.S. Dept. of Education answers many questions on this hot topic.

Monday, May 31, 2004
Design for New Schools: CLC

The Community Learning Centers model was developed to "redesign American education." A huge database of information is available about its features and how to implement them. It includes: personal learning plans, professional learning plans, differentiated staffing, performance pay, advisor program, technology use, thematic instruction, service learning, school board operations (charter), brain compatible learning, and other topics with detailed descriptions.

117. Binghamton Univ. Libraries: Women's Studies: Associations And Organizations
America Voluntary reproductive health care organization dedicated to and conferenceinformation for women in philosophy. edu/subjects/women/assoc.html Comments
Women's Studies: Associations and Organizations
American Association of University Women
National organization that promotes education and equity for women and girls.
Association for Women in Science
Organization works to achieve equity and full participation of women in science, mathematics, engineering, and technology.
EMILY's List
Political network that supports democratic women candidates for federal and statewide offices.
Feminist Majority Foundation
Organization promotes women's empowerment through research, education, and action.
Global Fund for Women
International organization which focuses on female human rights throughout the world.
International Association for Feminist Economics
Organization works to advance feminist inquiry of economic issues and to educate economists and others on feminist points of view on economic issues.
National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL)
Organization that promotes policies that enable women and men to make responsible, deliberate decisions about sexuality, pregnancy, and health.
National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (NGLTF)
National progressive organization that works for the civil rights of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered people.

118. International Society For Knowledge Organization (ISKO)
ISKO stresses philosophical, psychological and semantic approaches relevant internationaland national organizations such as UNESCO, UAI (Union des assoc.
ISKO '97 in Berlin
International Society for Knowledge Organization (ISKO) General Secretariat: Woogstr. 36a, D-60341 Frankfurt/Main, Germany
Tel.: +49-69-52 36 90, Fax +49-69-52 05 66
The International Society for Knowledge Organisation (ISKO) was founded in 1989 with the purpose of functioning both on a national and international level as the connecting link between any and all institutions concerned with conceptual questions pertaining to the organization and processing of knowledge. It wishes to contribute to an intensified and accelerated exchange of experience, thereby helping to fill a widespread need for clarification and expansion of existing knowledge in this field.
ISKO is conceived of as an international circle of all colleagues - mainly from the information science fields - who work on problems related to the conceptual organization of knowledge. Its scientific bases are seen to lie in the methodological knowledge from the fields of logic, system theory, organization science, psychology, science theory, informatics, semiotics, linguistics and philosophy, particularly epistemology. Accordingly, ISKO membership is sought by and offered to representatives of these fields of knowledge as well as of their application fields. ISKO Members By the end of 1994, five years after its founding, ISKO has more than 500 members in 48 countries.

119. Strategic Management In Engineering Organizations
by Paul S. Chinowsky, (assoc. Prof., School of Civ. and Envir. Abstract The traditionalphilosophy of management in organizations that focus on the

120. Web Sites By RVCC Major The environmental career organization. assoc. Humanities philosophy UNCWCareer Services philosophy Religion philosophy Now jobs in philosophy
Websites by RVCC Major
Alphabetical listing of helpful web links related to RVCC's academic programs and degrees.

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