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1970s and focus
Only during the 1970s and 1980s did television chefs such as James Beard and Jeff Smith shift the focus towards home-grown cooking styles, particularly those of the different ethnic groups within the nation.
For several decades from the 1970s to early 2000s, the focus in designing high performance general purpose CPUs was largely on achieving high ILP through technologies such as pipelining, caches, superscalar execution, out-of-order execution, etc.
and has been a focus of research since at least the 1970s.
In the 1960s and 1970s the term radical psychology was used by psychologists to denote a branch of the field which rejected conventional psychology's focus on the individual as the basic unit of analysis and sole source of psychopathology.
It was founded by Zsuzsanna Budapest in the United States in the 1970s, and is notable for its focus on the worship of the Goddess ( usually Artemis ; Roman: Diana ), and on feminism.
Media fandom shot off from science fiction fandom in the early 1970s with a focus on relationships between characters within TV and movie media franchises.
Later in the 1970s the organization widened its focus to include toxic waste and commercial seal hunting.
Analysts continue to debate the actual benefits of the shift away from the import-substitution industrialization ( ISI ) policies of the 1960s and 1970s toward a new focus on free zones and assembly industries in the 1990s.
In the late 1970s, Lyon & Healy was purchased by Steinway & Sons ( then owned by CBS ), and consequently closed their retail stores in the Chicago area, that had been selling sheet music and musical instruments, and their education departments — to focus on the harp division.
From the original ' alternative ' style of midwifery in the 1960s and 1970s, midwifery practice is offered in a variety of ways within regulated provinces: midwives offer continuity of care within small group practices, choice of birthplace, and a focus on the woman as the primary decision-maker in her maternity care.
New Wave is a term applied to science fiction produced in the 1960s and 1970s and characterized by a high degree of experimentation, both in form and in content, a " literary " or artistic sensibility, and a focus on " soft " as opposed to hard science.
The initial focus of the strategic defense initiative was a nuclear explosion-powered X-ray laser designed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory by a scientist named Peter L. Hagelstein who worked with a team called ' O Group ', doing much of the work in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Starting with the 1970s, the focus was on harvesting the grapes at more advance degrees of ripeness and at higher Brix levels.
The play Bent and a limited number of memoirs, which recall The Diary of Anne Frank coincided with the appropriation of the pink triangle as a symbol of the new movement and a reminder to “ never forget .” While the focus of these early revisions was not necessarily to determine the Nazi policy on homosexuals as genocidal, they began a current towards legitimizing the victimization of homosexuals under the regime, a topic that had not been addressed until the 1970s.
He maintained a sociological focus during the early 1970s, co-writing an introductory sociology textbook that went into several editions.
Since the 1970s, public awareness, environmental sciences, ecology, and technology have advanced to include modern focus points like ozone depletion, global climate change, acid rain, and the potentially harmful genetically modified organisms ( GMOs ).
The Flanaess has been the setting of dozens of adventures published between the 1970s and 2000s and continues to be the central focus of the campaign world.
Despite active research spanning five decades, extensive regulatory actions, and an effective ban on their production since the 1970s, PCBs still persist in the environment and remain a focus of attention.
Since the 1970s, lobbying activity has grown immensely in terms of the numbers of lobbyists and the size of lobbying budgets, and has become the focus of much criticism of American governance.
In the 1970s the focus changed to their eggs, known as cysts, which were sold primarily outside of the United States to be used as food for shrimp, prawns, and some fish.
However, the company focus shifted to calculators and no further work was done on vehicles until the late 1970s.
By the late 1970s, Houma ’ s main focus was the oil industry.
The early 1970s were transitional years as the Agency shifted its focus from consolidating its functions and establishing itself as a credible producer of national intelligence.
Since the 1970s, more focus has been put on preserving wetlands for their natural function yet by 1993 half the world's wetlands had been drained.

1970s and debate
Until the 1970s there was considerable debate within psychiatry on the most appropriate term to use to describe the new drugs.
This publication launched a debate between ecological holism and individualism that lasted until the 1970s.
It is generally considered to be pejorative, originating in West German political debate of the late 1960s and 1970s.
The 1960s and 1970s also saw considerable debate over the merits of structured programming, and whether programming languages should be designed to support it.
During the 1960s and 1970s psychosurgery became the subject of increasing public concern and debate, culminating in the US with congressional hearings.
Anthony Smith notes that the instrumentalist account “ came to prominence in the 1960s and 1970s in the United States, in the debate about ( white ) ethnic persistence in what was supposed to have been an effective melting pot ”.
Several issues have dominated the debate on Norway's economy since the 1970s:
In the early 1970s Mount Holyoke had a long debate under the presidency of David Truman over the issue of coeducation.
In the 1970s there was an ongoing debate about whether multi-celled animals appeared suddenly during the Early Cambrian, in an event called the Cambrian explosion, or had arisen earlier but without leaving fossils.
The equation was developed in the 1970s during the course of a debate between Barry Commoner, Paul R. Ehrlich and John Holdren.
This argument was criticized by Peter Glassen in a debate with J. J. C. Smart in the pages of Philosophy in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
In the 1970s, the conservative German historian Andreas Hillgruber, together with his close associate Klaus Hildebrand, was involved in a very acrimonious debate with the leftish German historian Hans-Ulrich Wehler over the merits of the Primat der Aussenpolitik (" primacy of foreign politics ") and Primat der Innenpolitik (" primacy of domestic politics ") schools.
Nino began his academic activity in the early 1970s, concentrating on some traditional issues in jurisprudence, such as the concept of a legal system, the interpretation of the law, the debate between legal positivism and natural law, and the concept of validity After realizing the need to clarify the normative problems involved in some of those issues, he was led to embrace a model based on the explicit adoption of principles of justice and social morality, rejecting the predominant German-inspired " dogmatic " approach.
The Media Imperialism debate started in the early 1970s when developing countries began to criticise the control developed countries held over the media.
Since the 1970s, it is a matter of debate whether newer additions to the slang of Buenos Aires qualify as lunfardo.
Throughout the 1960s and 1970s, the generative semantics movement put up a vigorous defence of the first option, sparking an acrimonious debate, the " Linguistics Wars ".
' In the 1970s, as part of a debate around airports serving Toronto, the airport became the focus of efforts to set up a network of airports in Canada serving Short-Take-Off-And-Landing ( STOL ) regional airlines.
In the 1970s and ' 80s, however, the debate in theological circles, which centered on the issue of whether or not the Bible was infallible or both infallible and inerrant, came into the spotlight.
In the early 1970s, Glynn Isaac touched off a debate by proposing that hominids of this period had a " place of origin " and that they foraged outward from this, returning with high quality food to share and to be processed.
In the early 1970s the artist's book began to be recognized as a distinct genre, and with this recognition came the beginnings of critical appreciation of and debate on the subject.
In the 1970s and 1980s a debate between Ernest Mandel, Alec Nove and Diane Elson focussed on the respective weight of plan, market and worker or community control in socialist economics.
The inconsistency allegations have been a prominent feature of Marxian economics and the debate surrounding it since the 1970s.
Legalization reached the forefront of public debate in the Netherlands during the 1970s as many other Western European countries liberalized their laws.

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