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2016 Global Symposium on Social Sciences

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Greeting from 2016 Global Symposium on Social Sciences

 

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Name of conference: 2016 Global Symposium on Social Sciences

 

Date(s) of conference: May 24-26, 2016     

Full location details: Beijing,…

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Added by conference secretariat on August 30, 2015 at 11:13 — No Comments

The Light House of Hill : To Flourish Properly, Needs People Participation and Asset Based Development

Very nice shiny morning. The hills show their natural beauty. Suddenly clouds have come and surrounded the whole area. After ten minutes, clouds have gone and everything gets clearly visible. It seems that the hilly area flourishing…

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Added by Suman Chowdhury Mony on August 30, 2015 at 10:51 — No Comments

Functional Utilities of Application Tracking System

Application Tracking System is an effective and competent software used in organizations that facilitates systematic execution of the entire recruitment process.  The usage of this software has made recruitment procedure easy and fast.

The primary objective of…

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Added by Amelia Thomas on August 27, 2015 at 8:47 — No Comments

Know About the Various Ingredients Used in Organic Anti-Aging Skincare Products

Mother Nature is the most important source that provides endless number of natural ingredients. These ingredients are proven for reducing all signs of aging. They not only help in reducing all signs of aging but help in enriching the skin as well. These natural ingredients are especially effective in reducing wrinkles, fine lines as well as help in boosting the skin.

 

These natural ingredients are enriched with vitamins and anti-oxidants which also help in restoring the…

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Added by Amelia Thomas on August 21, 2015 at 13:39 — No Comments

Know the Benefits of Hiring a Professional Catering Company

Hiring a professional catering company can be very helpful in managing any kind of social event including charity event, marriage ceremony, wedding party and a birthday party. An event can be made even more eventful by the right selection of the caterer.

The task of…

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Added by Amelia Thomas on August 21, 2015 at 13:33 — No Comments

Know the Important Factors to Consider When Hiring Event Lighting Company

Lighting is an important aspect of an event. Apart from being an important event’s important aspect it adds drama, effect and creates a different atmosphere altogether. In other words lighting imparts life to an event.

The importance of…

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Added by Amelia Thomas on August 21, 2015 at 6:33 — No Comments

Important Guidelines for Buying Used Trucks

There are various purposes of buying trucks. The popularity of secondhand trucks lies in the fact that they are relatively less expensive with all the required features in them. If bought from the right dealer they will be in their best conditions too.

It is important to know the various guidelines of buying used trucks. These guidelines help in making the purchase successful. It is also important to note in this context that buying used vehicles from the dealer is more…

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Added by Amelia Thomas on August 20, 2015 at 9:40 — No Comments

Discover the Important Health Benefits of Organic Skin Repair Oils

Organic skin repair oil can be best described as the nourishing oil that is used to repair various skin problems like stretch marks, dryness etc. It is highly effective in de-stressing the skin from the environmental exposure.

Organic skin repair oils are highly beneficial for the overall skin health as they are packed with anti-oxidants and natural oils. They are specifically good for treating scars and…

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Added by Amelia Thomas on August 19, 2015 at 12:22 — No Comments

The Most Important Features of Stainless Steel Tables for Your Work Space

Although stainless steel tables are standard in many lab or work areas, they are more than just functional. The right stainless steel tables can change the mood of your lab, provides a clean and convenient working space, and even relieves aches and pains for those using them. Here are the most important features to look for when selecting stainless steel tables for a lab.

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Added by Amelia Thomas on August 19, 2015 at 12:12 — No Comments

Complete Your Fourth of July Celebration at These Places

Americans love Independence Day! Though there are so many ways to celebrate 4th of July, but the favorite tradition of Americans to commemorate the birth of their nation is watching biggest, brightest, and extravagant fireworks displays. So here’s a list of cities, where you and your family should go to enjoy this auspicious day.

  • Washington, D.C.: Each year, millions…

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Added by Fred Valentine on August 13, 2015 at 7:23 — No Comments

Helping human rights organisations develop impact from their data: An ESRC and UK Data Service workshop, 29 - 30 October 2015, Wivenhoe House Hotel, University of Essex

Are you a professional working in a civil society organisation that collects administrative, monitoring or evaluation data in the human rights arena, and who oversees strategy, reporting and campaigns?

Are you interested in improving the way your organisation can translate data into knowledge?

If so, please join our workshop with peer organisations, at the University of Essex on 29-30 October and help shape ways of managing and sharing data ethically, analysing the data, and…

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Added by Helen Johnson on August 11, 2015 at 12:01 — No Comments

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology is a scholarly, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary, quarterly, international journal mainly focusing on the various aspects on environment. The journal was established especially to promote the cause for environment and to cater the need for rapid dissemination of the vast scientific and technological data generated in this field. The Journal has evoked a highly encouraging response among the researchers, scientists and…

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Added by Apurva Goel on August 4, 2015 at 10:11 — No Comments

Workshop: Accessing census aggregate and flow data, University College London, 4 September 2015

This free one-day workshop will focus on both the aggregate and flow outputs from recent censuses.

Aggregate data provide area counts, usually of individuals or households with particular characteristics. Flow data are a type of aggregate data which are used to track movements between two geographies; home and work, origin and destination, or first and second residence.

This workshop will include:

  • an introduction concerning the census and the outputs available…
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Added by Helen Johnson on July 31, 2015 at 15:59 — No Comments

Top Online Learning Resources for Teachers and Students

Technology has become everyone's best friend not only in building social networks but in learning new things and honing skills as well. As long as you have access to Internet, anyone can easily enroll for an online course from a bountiful of alternative learning resources.

In this…

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Added by Gemma Gaten on July 28, 2015 at 23:00 — No Comments

Helping human rights organisations develop impact from their data: An ESRC & UK Data Service workshop, Colchester, 29-30 October 2015

Are you a professional working in a civil society organisation that collects administrative, monitoring or evaluation data in the human rights arena, and who oversees strategy, reporting and campaigns?

Are you interested in improving the way your organisation can translate data into knowledge?

If so, please join our workshop with peer organisations, at the University of Essex on 29-30 October and help shape ways of managing and sharing data ethically, analysing the data, and…

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Added by Helen Johnson on July 24, 2015 at 13:19 — No Comments

Making it easier to use administrative data, 8 October 2015, Royal Statistical Society, London

The Administrative Data Research Network (ADRN) and the Royal Statistical Society are hosting an event to introduce the work of the ADRN to researchers and data custodians.

This new network can ease the path to using administrative data in research and help facilitate secure access to de-identified administrative data for social and economic research aimed at benefiting society.

The event will be held at the Royal Statistical Society on Thursday 8 October from 14.15 - 4.45…

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Added by Helen Johnson on July 14, 2015 at 16:32 — No Comments

Researchers wanted !

Participatory approaches to researching with communities can sometimes lead to ethical dilemmas for the researcher.

Please share your experience by contributing a few lines to my research blog at http://cbprethics.wordpress.com 

Also, I…

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Added by Elena Wilson on June 26, 2015 at 0:53 — No Comments

Book now: Health surveys user conference 2015, University College London, 10 July 2015

The annual Health Surveys User Conference will be held on Friday 10 July 2015, 9-5pm, at University Collage London.

The conference is organised by the UK Data Service and is free to attend. The morning sessions will allow users to hear updates from the data producers on the main UK health surveys and other surveys with health-related content. The afternoon sessions will comprise presentations from researchers using health survey data.

Further information and booking:…

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Added by Helen Johnson on May 28, 2015 at 13:25 — No Comments

Book now: Family Finance Surveys User Conference 2015, 1 July 2015, University College London

The annual Family Finance Surveys User Conference, organised by the UK Data Service, is a full-day conference and is free to attend. The event will take place at the Pearson Lecture Theatre G22, University College London on Wednesday on 1 July 2015.

The programme will contain a mixture of papers from data producers and researchers, including presentations based on analysis of the UK family finance surveys.

The conference will allow users to hear updates from the data producers…

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Added by Helen Johnson on May 26, 2015 at 11:46 — No Comments

Webinar: Getting started with Individual level census data (microdata), 4 June 2015

Individual level census data or ‘census microdata’ are samples of records which are available in an anonymous form for research use. They are flexible census products which are well suited to filling in the gaps between published tables or creating analyses for subpopulations from simple graphs to multivariate models.

In this free hour-long webinar, presented by Jo Wathan from the Census Service, UK Data Service, you will be introduced to census microdata (formerly known as SARs). We…

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Added by Helen Johnson on May 21, 2015 at 16:27 — No Comments

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