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The ritual of a family dinner has been praised as an antidote to bad grades and bad habits in kids. But as researchers look closer at the family dinner, they raise the question: Is it the mere act of eating together that counts, or is it that strong families are already more likely to have a family dinner? Copyright © 2008 National Public Radio®. For personal, noncommercial use only. See Terms of Use. For other uses, prior permission required. RENEE MONTAGNE, host: This is MORNING EDITION from NPR News. I'm Renee Montagne. Today in Your Health: the family dinner. About a decade ago, research started appearing on ...
in 2003. In addition to national security issues, Bush promoted policies on the economy, health care, education, and social security reform. He signed into law broad tax cuts , the No Child Left Behind Act , the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act , and Medicare prescription drug benefits for seniors. His tenure saw national debates on immigration and Social Security . Bush successfully ran for re-election against Democratic Senator John Kerry in 2004 , in another relatively close election. After his re-election, Bush received increasingly heated criticism from conservatives and liberals . In 2005, the Bush Administration dealt with ...
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In the early hours of June 28, 1969 at the Stonewall Inn, an assortment of dandies, dykes, drag queens and other queers reached their breaking point, and something finally snapped.  As the New York police stormed the squalid innards of the Greenwich Village bar, some two hundred Stonewall patrons opted not to cooperate with authorities, and a routine raid quickly escalated into a full-on revolt that spilled over into the streets and arguably provided the jump-start needed to energize a movement now forty years in the making.  The rest, you might say, is history. That is the history Kate Davis and David Helibroner recite in their ... market research, surveys and trends
The Film Confessional » From TheColu.mn: Stonewall Uprising Review
In the early hours of June 28, 1969 at the Stonewall Inn, an assortment of dandies, dykes, drag queens and other queers reached their breaking point, and something finally snapped.  As the New York police stormed the squalid innards of the Greenwich Village bar, some two hundred Stonewall patrons opted not to cooperate with authorities, and a routine raid quickly escalated into a full-on revolt that spilled over into the streets and arguably provided the jump-start needed to energize a movement now forty years in the making.  The rest, you might say, is history. That is the history Kate Davis and David Helibroner recite ... market research, surveys and trends

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DECONSTRUCTING PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

Poll: Only 38 percent support health care bill - Glenn Thrush ...
The second leg of Quinnipiac's big national poll dropped this morning -- and it shows a serious erosion of support for Congressional health reform efforts and the president's performance on the issue -- along with an all-time low 46 percent approval rating for the POTUS. Most ominously for Dems: Nearly two-thirds of registered voters polled said extending coverage to 30 million-plus people will result in a decline in the quality of their own health care. That gives plenty of room to the GOP to personalize attacks on the plan, Obama and Congress. The lowlights for Dems: --O approval/disapproval: 46/44 percent. --Voters ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
City Lit: Deconstructing the Ghetto - City Limits Magazine ...
In 1966, New York City hired Walter Thabit's consulting firm to conduct housing surveys and develop a program for low- and moderate-income public housing in central Brooklyn's East New York neighborhood. The area had just undergone a rapid decline, and to Thabit's eyes it hadn't been accidental. "At the start of the 1960s," he writes in How East New York Became a Ghetto , "the population was 85 percent white. By the end of 1966, the population of 100,000 was close to 80 percent black and Puerto Rican." That white flight was accompanied by a devastating withdrawal of economic resources. How ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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The Center for Media Literacy walks you through deconstructing a media text, ..... common message we hear from PSA's and community groups like MADD or SAD. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Resource Page - All About PSAs
Media Studies 2.0: Deconstructing Public Service Announcements An exploration that involves students in analyzing and evaluating PSAs, as well as creating ...
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3)I can tell a mile away if the page is put up to make money or because it was a labor of love. So if your primary concern is to make money, it�ll show on the page. I reject such sites. 4)Geocities sites are highlighted by DMOZ for regular review, probably because they tend to disappear. If you have a Geocities site, make sure it�s updated regularly. 5)Do not submit more than two times for the same domain. 6)Long descriptions get chopped, always. The shorter the description, the better chance it�ll be used as is. 7)If the site�s not posted in two weeks, send the editor a nice email. If the editor�s a good editor, he or she would ...
Digital Data, a 'Ticking Time Bomb'
The growing problem of accessing old digital file formats is a "ticking time bomb", the chief executive of the UK National Archives has warned. Natalie Ceeney said society faced the possibility of "losing years of critical knowledge" because modern PCs could not always open old file formats. She was speaking at the launch of a partnership with Microsoft to ensure the Archives could read old formats. Digital Data, a 'Ticking Time Bomb' [ news.bbc.co.uk ] We are all experiencing these issues every time a program is upgraded, or even a technology change with HD DVD and BluRay. What's going to happen to the digital ...