• Facetten van de verzuiling binnen het maatschappelijk werk

      Hoeven,A. ter, (University of Groningen Press, 1956-04-01)
      Verzuiling' is defined as the splitting up of social work along religious lines and the structural, ideological and functional aspects of this splitting. A new phase of this process set in after WWII as national org's of religious social work were founded. Local religious social boards were partially superseded. Conflicts may thus arise within a denomination between the old `philanthropists' and the new specialists'. The new Poor Law is going to give a much greater autonomy to religious institutions as against private ones. Thus the part of spiritual care that is social work may be subsidized by the state and the church gains new functions to compensate for the loss of others. Group exclusivity is furthered by this as are social control and conversion. A dysfunction is that as a consequence of the splitting up each religious institution for social work has personnel and budget difficulties. L. Turksma.
    • Facilitating Policy: Redefining Terraced Housing in Malaysia

      Bala Kumar, Suraj Khumar (11709623) (2016-01-01)
      <p>The multi-ethnic tension among the three main ethnics in Malaysia has a great impact on tolerance and political unity. The Bumiputera Policy gives privileges to the Malay ethnicity, which further strains this issue, dividing the nation. Recognising this, the government introduced the 1Malaysia Policy as a possible solution to mitigate this issue to promote equality and attaining unity in diversity. This ultimate purpose is to integrate Malaysians to cooperate in a mutually respectful manner, towards the development of Malaysia.  The inevitable consequences of short sighted government policy, development and westernisation in Malaysia have negatively affected the cultural uniqueness of the three main ethnic communities. In domestic architecture, terraced houses have been a direct translation of western terraced housing. The influences from the West have diverted Malaysia’s sense of Asian culture. The objective of this study is to support the aims of this current 1Malaysia Policy, by finding a solution to terraced housing, through the design of the 1Malaysia Home.  This thesis looks at an adaptable home for multi-cultural families to live and practise their unique cultures in a multi-ethnic community. The implementation of this design, is through research on case studies of the respective traditional houses of Malaysia’s three main ethnic groups. The main design consideration of this flexible home is through a negotiated spatial organisation, in regards to the aims of the theories that informed the traditional houses.  This study further explores the cluster design of terraced housing in a multi-ethnic neighbourhood community. The traditional programmes of shop house and other multi-cultural activities in Malaysia are reinstated for a common sense of belonging in the neighbourhood, which ultimately preserves Malaysia’s unique Asian culture and supports its international branding as ‘Malaysia Truly Asia’.</p>
    • Factor of Religious and Ethnic Community in the Regional Political Processes

      Yerevan State University; Keryan, Garik (HAL CCSD, 2019-05-06)
      International audience
    • Factors Associated With Payments to Research Participants: A Review of Sociobehavioral Studies at a Large Southern California Research University

      Brown, Brandon; Marg, Logan; Zhang, Zhiwei; Kuzmanović, Dario; Dubé, Karine; Galea, Jerome (Digital Commons @ University of South Florida, 2019-10-01)
      Along with a dearth of regulatory guidance, little empirical research has examined factors related to participant payment in research. We conducted a cross-sectional study of 100 institutional review board (IRB)–approved sociobehavioral human subjects research protocols at a large research university in Southern California. The proportion of studies that paid participants differed significantly by type of research (p < .001) and study population (p = .009). The average payment amount also differed significantly by study population (p < .001) and type of participation (in-person vs. remote; p < .001). In addition, studies that required more visits (p < .001) and more time (p = .011) paid significantly more than studies with fewer and shorter visits, respectively. These findings provide data to help inform future ethical payment practices.
    • Failed friendship and the negotiation of exclusion in eighteenth-century polite society

      Pullin, Naomi; Woods, Kathryn; Pullin, Naomi (Routledge, 2021-03-09)
      The discourses on politeness and friendship in the eighteenth century made clear the expectations of correct social deportment by setting down a code of conduct to which genteel women were supposed to subscribe. Yet few female relationships were able to live up to this ideal. This chapter explores the intersection of exclusion and politeness within elite women’s sociability through an instance of failed friendship involving Mary Sharpe (later Beauvoir) and her female acquaintances Mary Hamilton (later Dickenson) and Elizabeth Carter. It examines two series of letters exchanged between Sharpe and Hamilton, and Carter and Hamilton, over an eleven-year period between March 1779 and January 1790. This unusual set of correspondence documents the breakdown of this connection and the exclusion and ostracism that resulted. This case study thus enables an exploration of the limits of what could be considered acceptable within the context of female friendship and sociability and shows that politeness was as much a force of division as it was for social unity.
    • Failure to Advise Non-Citizens of Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions: Should This Be Grounds to Withdraw a Guilty Plea?

      Francis, John J. (University of Michigan Law School Scholarship Repository, 2003-06-01)
      In this Article, Professor Francis argues that non-citizen criminal defendants should be afforded greater latitude in withdrawing guilty pleas, when those pleas are made without awareness of potential immigration consequences. Moreover, the Article highlights the roles both judges and attorneys should play in ensuring that non-citizens do not enter into such uninformed pleas. Noting that courts have characterized deportation as a collateral consequence of a criminal conviction, the article argues that deportation, following the passage of the Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1996, is unique in its severity and certainty. Many of the same due process considerations which underpin the requirement of advisement of direct consequences apply equally as strongly in the case of the collateral consequence of deportation; therefore, the Article argues, these policy considerations require that courts advise criminal defendants that if they are not citizens of the United States, entering a guilty plea may adversely impact their ability to stay in this country. The Article proposes that bar associations develop universal standards requiring attorneys to determine the immigration status of all clients and to properly advise non-citizen clients of deportation risks of convictions. Further, failure to comply with these minimum standards should constitute the basis of an ineffective assistance of counsel claim. Finally, the Article calls on Congress and state legislatures to amend criminal procedural rules to require that all criminal defendants be advised that if they are not United States citizens, entering a plea of guilty or no contest to crimes may adversely impact their immigration status.
    • Faire interdire le concert de l’« islamiste » Médine : les ressorts de la publicité pour la cause anti-islam

      Thomas, Matthieu (Association internationale des sociologues de langue française (AISLF)SociologieS, 2021-05-26)
      Cet article retrace la tentative échouée mais retentissante d’une association anti-islam et d’un groupe d’extrême droite de faire interdire un concert du rappeur Médine en Suisse romande en octobre 2018. Prenant appui sur une sociologie pragmatiste de l’expérience publique, il analyse l’ensemble de la mobilisation contre l’artiste en s’intéressant à sa circulation sur les réseaux sociaux, à sa forte médiatisation et aux réactions des principaux protagonistes concernés. À terme, cette contribution élucide les usages stratégiques de la publicité par les protagonistes pour montrer Médine comme un dangereux « islamiste » et, simultanément, visibiliser leur cause contre l’islam.
    • Faire interdire le concert de l’« islamiste » Médine : les ressorts de la publicité pour la cause anti-islam

      Matthieu Thomas (Association Internationale des Sociologues de Langue Française, 2021-06-01)
      This article analyzes the unsuccessful but resounding attempt by an anti-Islamic association and a far-right group to ban a concert by the rapper Médine in French-speaking Switzerland in October 2018. Drawing on a pragmatist sociology of public experience, the inquiry studies the entire mobilization against the artist by looking at its circulation on social networks, its strong media coverage and the reactions of the main protagonists concerned. Ultimately, this contribution elucidates how the protagonists strategically use publicity to show Médine as a dangerous “Islamist” and, at the same time, to make their cause against Islam visible.
    • Faith active in love : an investigation of the principles underlying Luther's social ethics

      Princeton Theological Seminary Library; Forell, George W. (George Wolfgang), 1919-2011 (Minneapolis : Augsburg Pub. House, 1964-01-01)
      198 pages : 20 cm
    • Faith and politics; a commentary on religious, social, and political thought in a technological age.

      Princeton Theological Seminary Library; Niebuhr, Reinhold, 1892-1971 (New York : G. Braziller, 1968-01-01)
      xviii, 268 pages ; 22 cm
    • Faith-based perspectives on the provision of community services : hearing before the Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, Drug Policy and Human Resources of the Committee on Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eighth Congress, first session, June 16, 2003.

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      "Serial no. 108-60."
    • Faith-based perspectives on the provision of community services : hearing before the Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, Drug Policy and Human Resources of the Committee on Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eighth Congress, second session, January 23, 2004.

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      "Serial no. 108-158."
    • Faith-based perspectives on the provision of community services : hearing before the Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, Drug Policy, and Human Resources of the Committee on Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eighth Congress, second session, April 26, 2004.

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      "Serial no. 108-278."
    • Faith-Formation of the Laity and Renewal of the Church

      Leone (Spencer), Elizabeth S. (MUShare, 1988-04-01)
      This thesis concerns the human, faithful response to God's formation process, amidst the social and cultural unrest of the twentieth century through issues such as the Civil Rights Movement, the Vietnam War, Vatican II, and North American political influence in Latin America. The author explores the extent of the relationship between the Church and its place within culture, specifically, the processes of faith formation among the laity. This thesis or integration paper was written by Elizabeth Leone (Spencer) in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the Degree of Master of Theological Studies at Washington Theological Union. The author belonged to the first graduating class of Marian College.
    • Faktor-faktor perubahan gaya hidup masyarakat di era globalisasi: Studi deskriptif tentang perilaku dan gaya hidup remaja di Kampung Rancajigang Desa Padamulya Kecamatan Majalaya Kabupaten Bandung

      Suci, Nur Ardiani Cita (2021-03-03)
      Perkembangan globalisasi di tengah-tengah kehidupan masyarakat tidak hanya memberikan tantangan dan juga peluang melainkan dampak yang begitu besar terhadap perilaku dan gaya hidup remaja. Salah satu dampak dari globalisasi terhadap perilaku dan gaya hidup remaja ialah berkembangnya ilmu teknologi, informasi dan komunikasi yang semakin canggih sehingga memudahkan remaja untuk melakukan segala aktivitasnya. Dampak globalisasi baik itu positif maupun negatif telah terjadi pada remaja khususnya di Kampung Rancajigang Desa Padamulya Kecamatan Majalaya Kabupaten Bandung. 
 Tujuan penelitian ini yaitu untuk mengetahui model perilaku gaya hidup remaja, kegiatan yang di lakukan remaja, serta dampak perubahan globalisasi dalam perilaku gaya hidup remaja di Kampung Rancajigang Desa Padamulya Kecamatan Majalaya Kabupaten Bandung.
 Teori yang di gunakan dalam penelitian ini yaitu teori Pertukaran Peter Blau. Teori Pertukaran yaitu proses-proses interaksi tatap muka antar individu untuk memahami struktur-struktur sosial yang berkembang serta kekuatan-kekuatan sosial yang memberikan ciri atau sebuah tanda pada perkembangan struktur tersebut. Blau memusatkan bahwa proses pertukaran ialah proses manusia dan hubungan di antara individu atapun kelompok, serta proses pertukaran pribadi yang mengarah pada struktur menuju perubahan sosial.
 Motode yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini adalah metode deskriptif dengan pendekatan kualitatif dimana jenis, sumber, teknik serta analisis penggunaan data di lakukan dengan cara mendeskripsikan dalam bentuk naratif sehingga hasil penelitian atas fenomena yang diteliti lebih realistis dan sesuai dengan fakta. Studi dalam penelitian ini yaitu remaja yang mengalami dampak dari era globalisasi.
 Hasil penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa perkembangan ilmu teknologi, informasi dan komunikasi di era globalisasi memberikan dampak di berbagai aspek kehidupan, termasuk pada perubahan perilaku dan gaya hidup remaja, baik itu dampak positif maupun negatif. Dampak positif yang banyak dirasakan ialah mudahnya interaksi dan komunikasi tanpa harus bertatap muka secara langsung, segala aktivitas bisa dilakukan dengan mudah melalui teknologi. Namun dampak negatifnya yaitu ketergantungan dengan teknologi, sehingga budaya luar yang masuk dengan mudahnya juga menjadi contoh yang tidak pantas untuk ditiru oleh remaja.
    • Family mismanagement and its repercussions on the society: Islamic law approach to efface the menace

      Kumo, Aishatu Abubakar; Shah Haneef, Sayed Sikandar; Zakariyah, Luqman (The Islamic Cultural Centre London, 2018)
      From the Islamic point of view, firmly rooting the Islamic principles of family makes the social structure of the society become solidified. But when the unified bond becomes watery, the society begins to tumble. The
 glaring western system has encroached into the Muslims family whereby the actual Islamic practices of handling the family are neglected. The objectives stipulated by the Creator for the wellbeing of the individual is
 the family, based upon the relationship between a man and a woman. The concept of good governance is in discharging trust and justice, accountability and transparency. The duties of spouse toward each other and their children should be discharge diligently. While Western advocacy
 social justice and progress for women has its merits but if followed uncritically, would prove disastrous to the family. Thus, the social advancement of women cannot be at the detriment of the husband and the children. The contemporary world is witnessing a changing of roles within the family where female are becoming the bread winners of the family. Islam is not against economic progress of women, but the exchange in duties, or over-burdening the women with more responsibilities will lead to disruptions, inefficiency and rejection of the natural distributions of labour. Therefore, as Muslim Ummah is characterized with the quality of being ‘moderate’ or justly balanced, the desire for worldly pursuit and ‘modernity’ or ‘progressiveness’ should not be the priority of any Muslim, neither should the gold without glitter of the non-Muslims attract or distract the Muslim from the specious diamond at his disposal.
    • Farní analýza

      ERDINGEROVÁ, Eva (2007)
      Diploma project is focused on a parish as a representant of the church in a local area where it is trying to reach four well known goals of the church - liturgia, martyria, diakonia, koinonia. The Parish analysis is a method which can help parishes to fullfill these important missions. The first part of the diploma project is dedicated to the theory which is trying to provide a complex view on the parish itself. The second part is about the parish's tasks like its local roles streaming from the church and its ability to fullfil them. Third part is focused on the parish analysis as a method of parish renewal process. It describes its main characteristics, how the process is working and describes some recommendations how to apply the parish analysis based upon some examples from abroad. In the last part of diploma project, the author is trying to help parishes in the application of the parish analysis by the preparation of a questionary for the investigation phase of the current status of a parish. This part describes questionary's preparation procedure, pilot investigation and a preparation of a new questionary based upon the evalution of the previous one. The diploma project goal is to motivate a parish to the selfreflection and encourage it to start real steps heading to the parish's renewal and development.
    • Father Luis Olivares, a Biography Faith Politics and the Origins of the Sanctuary Movement in Los Angeles

      García, Mario T.
      Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Prologue -- Introduction -- 1. San Antonio -- 2. Seminary -- 3. Priesthood -- 4. Company Man -- 5. Conversion -- 6. Organizing the Barrio -- 7. Community Priest -- 8. Preparing Sanctuary -- 9. Declaring Sanctuary -- 10. Expanding Sanctuary -- 11. The Good Pastor -- 12. ¡Presente! -- Epilogue -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- R -- S -- U -- V -- W -- Z