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Through the Social Security Act of 1935, the federal government of the United States effectively encouraged the individual states to adopt unemployment insurance plans.
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Through the work of the International Institute of Socionics and other schools of Socionics, the issue 4 peer-reviewed journals and the annual International conferences on socionics, Socionics is taught in more then 150 universities in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and other CIS countries, as well as in Bulgaria, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Romania, either as a separate course, or, in view of the applicability of the various methods of Socionics Humanities, as part of educational courses on Sociology, Pedagogy, Social Psychology, Management and Psychology of Management, human resource management, Conflictology, social services and Tourism, Computer Science and Programming, Philosophy, Neurology, Journalism, Library Science, Social Work, Didactics and others, including Engineering disciplines.
* Michael Eldred, Social Ontology: Recasting Political Philosophy Through a Phenomenology of Whoness ontos, Frankfurt 2008 xiv + 688 pp. ISBN 978-3-938793-78-7
* Gasoline Alley: Comic Art as Social Comment: Changing Life in America Over More Than Half a Century as Seen Through the Eyes of a Unique ' First Family, Avon / Flare, 1976.
* Reginald Reynolds: Beards: Their Social Standing, Religious Involvements, Decorative Possibilities, and Value in Offence and Defence Through the Ages ( Doubleday, 1949 ) ( ISBN 0-15-610845-3 )
* The Unwritten Rules of Social Relationships: Decoding Social Mysteries Through the Unique Perspectives of Autism ( with Sean Barron, 2005 ), ISBN 1-932565-06-X
Through the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial, established by John D. Rockefeller, Jr. in 1918 and named after his mother, the family shifted the focus of philanthropy into the social sciences, stimulating the founding of university research centres and creating the Social Science Research Council.
Through military and community service, Athosians earn " Social Duty Credits " towards reproduction.
Through these bodies Labour is linked with the Social Democratic and Labour Party in Northern Ireland.
Through its civil society, Quebec is also present in many international organizations and forums such as Oxfam, Clowns sans frontières, World Social Forum, World March of Women, etc.
Through an array of programs including its signature Global Social Benefit Incubator ( GSBI ™), the Center engages an international network of business, investment capital, and technical resources to build the capacity of social enterprises around the world.
Through functionality creep, the SIN has become a national identification number, in much the same way that the Social Security Number has in the United States.
* Equality of Economic Opportunity Through Capital Ownership, Social Policies for America in the Seventies, edited by Robert Theobald, Doubleday & Co., New York: 1968.
Through his championing of so-called " limited identities ", Cook contributed to the rise of the New Social History, which uses " class, gender and ethnicity " as its three main categories of analysis.
Through his job as a warehouse worker he became active in the Special Workers ' Union, and in the Social Democratic party.
Through a restructuring exercise in 2007, the School of Economics and School of Social Sciences were separated to form independent Schools within the University.
* 1993 – James Lockhart for The Nahuas After the Conquest: A Social and Cultural History of the Indians of Central Mexico, Sixteenth Through Eighteenth Centuries
Through his experience in the class struggle, he became interested in Marxism and joined the Swedish Social Democratic Party.
Through Altmeyer's leadership of the Social Security Board and Social Security Administration, he turned it into one of the best actuarial research offices of the U. S. government.
Some of her speaking engagements have included the keynote address " Islam, Justice, and Gender " at the 2008 international conference Understanding Conflicts: Cross-Cultural Perspectives, held at Aarhus University, Denmark ; a paper titled “ Islam Beyond Patriarchy Through Gender Inclusive Qur ’ anic Analysis ” at the 2009 Musawah-Equality and Justice in the Family conference ; the Regional Conference on Advancing Gender Equality and Women ’ s Empowerment in Muslim Societies, hosted by United Nations Development Fund for Women ( UNIFEM ) and the International Centre for Islam and Pluralism ( ICIP ) in Jakarta, Indonesia, in March 2009 ; a workshop on " Sharia and Human Rights " at the University of Bergen, Norway in late November 2009 ; a public lecture titled " Muslim Women and Gender Justice: Methods, Motivation and Means " to the Faculty of Arts, Asia Institute, at the University of Melbourne, Australia in February 2010 ; a lecture on “ Tawhid and Spiritual Development for Social Action ” at Muslims for Progressive Values at the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California in July 2011.
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CND's growing support in the 1980s provoked opposition from several sources, including Peace Through Nato, the British Atlantic Committee ( which received government funding ), Women and Families for Defence ( set up by conservative journalist Lady Olga Maitland to oppose the Greenham Common Peace Camp ), the Conservative Party's Campaign for Defence and Multilateral Disarmament, the Coalition for Peace through Security, the Foreign Affairs Research Institute, and The 61, a private sector intelligence agency.
Through several resolutions, the Security Council called on the tribunal to complete its investigations by end of 2004, complete all trial activities by end of 2008, and complete all work in 2012.
* James Bamford, Body of Secrets: Anatomy of the Ultra-Secret National Security Agency From the Cold War Through the Dawn of a New Century ( New York: Doubleday, first edition, 24 April 2001 ), ISBN 0-385-49907-8.
Through a joint venture with McNeil Technologies called Global Linguist Solutions, Dyncorp was awarded a 5 year contract to provide management of translation and interpretation services to support U. S. Intelligence and Security Command ( INSCOM ) as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Through this role Anthony had specific responsibility for the Australian Institute of Family Studies, an independent government agency, and the National Security Science and Technology Unit, a branch within PM & C.
Through the Container Security Initiative, CBP works jointly with host nation counterparts to identify and screen containers that pose a risk at the foreign port of departure before they are loaded on board vessels bound for the U. S. CSI is implemented in 20 of the largest ports in terms of container shipments to the U. S., and at a total of 58 ports worldwide.
Section 4 is titled " Promoting Accuracy, Integrity, And Security Through Voter-Verified Permanent Record Or Hard Copy " and amends the " Voting Systems Standards " section of HAVA to allow voters to not only check their electronic vote but to also check the permanent paper record.
Through its ID Security segment, the company offers a web-based personal health record ( PHR ), and identity theft protection and related services ( including credit monitoring and reporting ) through National Credit Report.
Through 2004, Blais presided over hearings related to Holocaust denier Ernst Zündel's detention under a National Security Certificate.
Through the use of extensions, the protocol was designed to be extensible to support Proxies, Brokers, Strong Security, Mobile-IP, Network Access Servers ( NASREQ ), Accounting, and Resource Management.
Through the 1980s the MSW had 24, 390 staff in Security Services, 62, 276 in the Citizen's Militsiya, 12, 566 in Motorized Reserves of the Citizens Militia ( Zmotoryzowane Odwody Milicji Obywatelskiej, or ZOMO ), 20, 673 in Administratively-Economic Units ( Jednostki administracyjno-gospodarcze ) and 4, 594 in ministry schools, not including students.
Through battalion and company focused shaping operations aimed at re-enforcing local governance and the execution of raids to dismantle militia and criminal element cells, partnership with Iraqi Security Forces flourished.
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Through the Natural Heritage ( Scotland ) Act 1991 the Scottish Natural Heritage ( SNH ) was established in 1992 as a Government body, responsible to the Scottish Government Ministers and through them to the Scottish Parliament.
Through his position on the Senate Finance Committee, he was instrumental in building support for the passage of the Tax Reform Act of 1986.
Through section 2 of the Canada Act 1982, the United Kingdom ended its involvement with further amendments to the Canadian constitution.
Through the Freedom of Information Act, these documents were released to the public and they are now viewable online, including documents as recent as 1965.
Through the Peerage Act 1963 all hereditary Scottish peers gained the right to sit in the House of Lords.
Through the Fair Labor Standards Act, she established the first minimum wage and overtime laws for American workers, and defined the standard forty-hour work week.
Through her father she is a descendant of Edward VII of the United Kingdom, and under the Act of Settlement 1701 is also in the line of succession to the throne of each of the sixteen Commonwealth Realms.
Through the new Commonwealth Bank Act and the Banking Act in 1945, the Board was replaced by a six-member council, fully consisting of Bank and Treasury officials.
Through the Act, individuals may apply for a desert-land entry to reclaim, irrigate, and cultivate arid and semiarid public lands.
Through the 1968 Broadcasting Act, the Canadian Radio-television Commission ( the forerunner to today's Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission ( CRTC )) decreed that broadcast stations licensed within Canada must be at least 80 percent owned by Canadians.
Through a number of complicated circumstances, the Department of Energy attempted to enjoin its publication, alleging that the article contained sensitive technical information which was ( 1 ) probably derived from classified sources, or ( 2 ) became a classified source when compiled in a correct way, even if it were derived from unclassified sources, based on the " born secret " provisions of the 1954 Atomic Energy Act.
Through this Act, Virginia was designated the " First Military District " in 1868, and military commander John Schofield replaced Pierpont with Henry H. Wells until state delegates could write and enact a new constitution could be enacted.
Through the interest of Sir Henry Mildmay he was beneficed at Wanstead, Essex, from which he was ejected by the 1662 Act of Uniformity.
The bill, called the Humanity and Pets Partnered Through the Years ( HAPPY ) Act, was criticized by Howard Gleckman of the Tax Policy Center as " the poster puppy for all that is wrong with the tax code.
Through the Local Government Act of 1972, a small area of Buckinghamshire became part of Berkshire, and Huntingdonshire and the Isle of Ely merged into Cambridgeshire.
Through restoration projects mandated by the Clean Water Act and advocated by groups such as Heal the Bay, the bay's water quality has improved fairly dramatically from its early-1980s nadir.
Through the Local Government Act 1972, which came into effect on 1 April 1974, some areas in the north-west became part of the metropolitan counties of Greater Manchester and Merseyside.
Through all these PUC has kept on “ shining .” On August 1, 1996 in accordance with Republic Act ( RA ) No. 7722 and by the virtue of Resolution No. 132-96, Series of 1996, the Commission on Higher Education ( CHED ) granted PUC the long-awaited University Status entailing the change of the school ’ s name from Philippine Union College to Adventist University of the Philippines ( AUP ).
Through reorganisation in the Church of England, the Diocese of Saint Edmundsbury and Ipswich was established by Act of Parliament in 1913 under King George V. The bishop's and the diocesan offices are located in Ipswich, while the bishop's seat is located at the Cathedral Church of St James in Bury St Edmunds.
Through lobbying of businessmen, government officials, and the American public, Bunau-Varilla convinced the U. S. Senate to appropriate $ 40 million to the New Panama Canal Company, under the Spooner Act of 1902.
Through Republic Act 7372, Islacom was authorized to develop a full-service telecommunications network in the country.