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An analysis by the Irish government stated, " The capacity to manipulate, store and transmit large quantities of information cheaply has increased at a staggering rate over recent years.
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When I question them as to what they mean by concepts like liberty and democracy, I find that they fall into two categories: the simpler ones who have simply accepted the shibboleths of their faith without analysis ; ;
I knew that a conversation with the author would not settle such questions, because a man is not the same as his writing: in the last analysis, the questions had to be settled by the work itself.
It was stated earlier that one purpose of this study was to extend the analysis of variability of Onset and Completion in each of the 21 growth centers somewhat beyond that provided by the data in Tables 1 and 2.
Let us now put some flesh on the theoretical bones we have assembled by giving illustrations of roleplaying used for evaluation and analysis.
Finally, information is retrieved from the dictionary as required by stages of the translation process -- the grammatical description for sentence-structure determination, equivalent-choice information for semantic analysis, and target-language equivalents for output construction.
The general basis on which these common costs are assigned to differently measured units of service will be illustrated by the following highly simplified problem of an electric-utility cost analysis.
In order to simplify the exposition of a typical fully apportioned cost analysis, let us assume the application of the analysis to an electric utility company supplying a single city with power generated by its own steam-generation plant.
The theory claims to show by analysis that when we say, `` That is good '', we do not mean to assert a character of the subject of which we are thinking.
The force of the authors' analysis ( if indeed it has any force ) can be felt by the reader, I believe, only after three questions have been successfully answered.
Finally, just as no different issues are posed for thoughtful analysis by the foreshortening of time that may yet pass before the end of human life on this earth, but only stimulation and alarm to the imagination, the same thing must be said in connection with the question of what we may perhaps already be doing, by human action, to accelerate this end.
" In his book Indoctrination and Self-deception, Roderick Hindery tries to shed light on these tensions by contrasting them with impostors of authentic self-affirmation and altruism, by analysis of other-regard within creative individuation of the self, and by contrasting love for the few with love for the many.
Sociocultural anthropology has been heavily influenced by structuralist and postmodern theories, as well as a shift toward the analysis of modern societies.
Two works by Mauss in particular proved to have enduring relevance: Essay on the Gift, a seminal analysis of exchange and reciprocity, and his Huxley lecture on the notion of the person, the first comparative study of notions of person and selfhood cross-culturally.
Economic anthropology as influenced by Karl Polanyi and practiced by Marshall Sahlins and George Dalton challenged standard neoclassical economics to take account of cultural and social factors, and employed Marxian analysis into anthropological study.
Even when the statistical model is nonlinear, it can be approximated by a linear model for which an analysis of variance may be appropriate.
This design-based analysis was discussed and developed by Francis J. Anscombe at Rothamsted Experimental Station and by Oscar Kempthorne at Iowa State University.
Since the randomization-based analysis is complicated and is closely approximated by the approach using a normal linear model, most teachers emphasize the normal linear model approach.
analysis and Irish
In an economic analysis, the Economic and Social Research Institute ( ESRI ) on June 24, 2008 forecast that there was a possibility the Irish economy would experience marginal negative growth in 2008.
When using Simpson's Diversity Index on 10 aggregated ethnic groups, the 2001 census identified Newham as the most ethnically diverse district in England and Wales, with 9 wards in the top 15 .< ref >< cite > Simpson's diversity indices by ward 1991 and 2001-GLA Data Management and Analysis Group ( page 11, Table 3 ) Greater London Authority, January 2006 ), accessed 13 December 2006 </ ref > However, when using the 16 ethnic categories in the Census so that White Irish and White Other ethnic minorities are also included in the analysis, Newham becomes the 2nd most ethnically diverse borough < ref >< cite > Focus on Newham 2006-local people and local conditions-London Borough of Newham, Corporate Research Unit ( chapter 2, page 24 ) ( 2006 ) date accessed 31 March 2007 </ ref > with 6 out of the top 15 wards, behind Brent with 7 out of the top 15 wards.
The earliest histories of British and Irish castles were recorded, albeit in a somewhat fragmented fashion, by John Leland in the 16th century and, by the 19th century, historical analysis of castles had become popular.
Tree ring analysis by dendrochronologist Mike Baillie, of the Queen's University of Belfast, shows abnormally little growth in Irish oak in 536 and another sharp drop in 542, after a partial recovery.
The Moeran work demonstrates a robust sonata form in the first movement, along with a questioning harmonic structure, which, on first examination, may appear orthodox, but which on deeper analysis indicates the dichotomy of the interval of the fifth ( which is European diatonic ), with the interval of the fourth, which is both the completion of the European fifth, but also introduces the Irish dimension, in which the fourth can be the predominant interval.
I don ’ t expect ordinary decent Irish people will be sitting down spending hours reading sections about sub-sections referring to other articles and sub-articles, but there is sufficient analysis done and people have put together a consolidated text which is quite easy to read ... Anyone who thinks that, as the reality and inevitability of EU enlargement has taken hold, that we can continue to tackle urgent problems without streamlining of the decision-making process is failing to face up to reality.
In this group's analysis, the primary obstacle to Irish unity was the continuing division between the Protestant and Catholic working classes.
Election Newsroom was broadcast live on Telefís Éireann from their Donnybrook studios in Dublin, presented by John O ' Donoghue with analysis provided by John Healy ( Irish Times ), John O ' Sullivan ( The Cork Examiner ), Garret Fitzgerald and Professor Basil Chubb.
* Robert Vanderbeck ( 2003 ) An analysis of media coverage of the Tony Martin affair, with particular attention to representations of Roma and Irish Travellers.
While this method has brought the dating of the ringfort phase of Irish history to an ever more accurate level, certain problems do exist with his analysis.
Based on an analysis of the Irish Independent's " 2008 Rich List " and the Sunday Times " 2009 Rich List ", Barry O ' Callaghan's personal debts in March 2008 were circa US $ 400 million.
It supported the campaign of the Provisional Irish Republican Army and published a weekly column titled " War News ", which outlined IRA actions and conflict with the British Army, and provided in depth analysis of the policies being formulated by the Republican Movement.
" To improve on both our reporting and analysis of the war in the North and of popular economic and social struggles in the South ... the absolute necessity of one single united paper providing a clear line of republican leadership ... the need to overcome any partitionist thinking which results from the British-enforced division of this country and of the Irish people.
Equally, he has gained world recognition for his classic study on the stability of the Walrasian price adjustment processes, his fundamental analysis ( with Gerard Debreu ) on the relation between the core and the set of competitive equilibria ( the so-called Edgeworth conjecture, named after the Irish economist, Francis Ysidro Edgeworth, Feb 8, 1845-Feb 13, 1926 ), his remarkable sufficient condition ( i. e., balancedness ) for the existence of a core in non-transferable utility games and general exchange economies, his seminal paper with Lloyd Shapley on housing markets, and his pioneering study on increasing returns and models of production in the presence of indivisibilities.
In the 1990 introduction to Nationalism, Colonialism, and Literature — a collection of three Field Day Pamphlets by Terry Eagleton, Fredric Jameson and Edward Said — Deane writes: " Field Day's analysis of the ( Northern Irish ) situation derives from the conviction that it is, above all, a colonial crisis " ( Eagleton 6 ).
He received a national media award for comment and analysis in 1992 for Sunday Independent articles on the fall of Charles Haughey as Taoiseach and was awarded the 1998 Templeton European Religion Writer of the Year for articles in The Irish Times on Drumcree, the papal visit to Cuba that year, and articles criticisng the Irish Churches for failing to practise what they preached on reconciliation.
According to an analysis of the census a total of 91. 9 % of adults over nineteen years old said they spoke Irish on a daily basis.
It was based on his study of the influences on the Irish language and a critical analysis of Irish mythology.
analysis and government
Although the system established by the Sitges agreement was phased out by 1974, the 1886 Colombian constitution — in effect until 1991 — required that the losing political party be given adequate and equitable participation in the government which, according to many observers and later analysis, eventually resulted in some increase in corruption and legal relaxation.
Economic analysis may be applied throughout society, as in business, finance, health care, and government, but also to such diverse subjects as crime, education, the family, law, politics, religion, social institutions, war, and science.
The subject addresses such matters as tax incidence ( who really pays a particular tax ), cost-benefit analysis of government programs, effects on economic efficiency and income distribution of different kinds of spending and taxes, and fiscal politics.
In 1970s and early 1980s, a subculture of C / SCSC analysis grew, but the technique was often ignored or even actively resisted by project managers in both government and industry.
Using vernacular language that would be understandable to the majority of China's populace, he put forward his socialist political views, calling for revolution against the government ; in one notable article, he proclaimed the need for a " Great Union of the Popular Masses ", but failed to put forward an expressly Marxist analysis of how that revolution should proceed.
The National Security Agency ( NSA ) is a cryptologic intelligence agency of the United States Department of Defense responsible for the collection and analysis of foreign communications and foreign signals intelligence, as well as protecting U. S. government communications and information systems, which involves information security and cryptanalysis / cryptography.
This understanding of a republic as a distinct form of government from a liberal democracy is one of the main theses of the Cambridge School of historical analysis.
The wide availability of high quality cryptography was disturbing to the US government, which seems to have been using a security through obscurity analysis to support its opposition to such work.
The hero, Nick Haflinger, is a runaway from Tarnover, a government program intended to find, educate and indoctrinate highly gifted children to further the interests of the state in a future where quantitative analysis backed by the tacit threat of coercion has replaced overt military and economic power as the deciding factor in international competition.
In Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corp. v. Public Service Commission,, the Court clarified what analysis was required before the government could justify regulating commercial speech:
It oversees the setting of priorities for the three intelligence and security agencies ( Secret Intelligence Service, Security Service, GCHQ ), as well as Defence Intelligence, and establishes professional standards for intelligence analysis in government.
The assessment staff is made up of experienced senior analysts drawn from across government and the military and conducts all-source analysis on subjects of interest to the committee.
FFRDCs typically assist government agencies with scientific research and analysis, systems development, and systems acquisition.
Our analysis indicates that the Current Urban Planning Assumptions are of virtually no value in predicting local government expenditures per capita.
Today, political economy, where it is not used as a synonym for economics, may refer to very different things, including Marxian analysis, applied public-choice approaches emanating from the Chicago school and the Virginia school, or simply the advice given by economists to the government or public on general economic policy or on specific proposals.
In his lecture series from 1979 to 1980 Foucault extended his analysis of government to its ' wider sense of techniques and procedures designed to direct the behaviour of men ', which involved a new consideration of the ' examination of conscience ' and confession in early Christian literature.
The theory aims to apply economic analysis ( usually decision theory and game theory ) to the political decision-making process in order to reveal certain systematic trends towards inefficient government policies.
In an August 2010 report, the Center for Immigration Studies, through direct communication with foreign government officials and analysis of relevant foreign law including statutory and constitutional law, was able to confirm that 30 of the world's 194 countries grant automatic birthright citizenship ( although they were not able to obtain definitive information from 19 countries ).
Williams published The Bloudy Tenent of Persecution, describing his analysis of why a civil government should be separate from religion according to the Bible.
An intelligence agency is a government agency responsible for the collection, analysis or exploitation of information and intelligence in support of law enforcement, national security, defence and foreign policy objectives.
Many U. S. government agencies such as the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency ( DARPA ), the National Security Agency ( NSA ), and the Department of Homeland Security ( DHS ) are investing heavily in research involving social network analysis.
Many U. S. government agencies such as the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency ( DARPA ), the National Security Agency ( NSA ), and the Department of Homeland Security ( DHS ) are currently investing heavily in research involving social network analysis.
According to the, the new local government would have cost $ 37 million each year by year 10 of the analysis ( Table E. 3 ).