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Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies [JEPS], ISSN 2218-6506, 04/2018, Volume 12, Issue 2, pp. 282 - 299
This study aimed to identify the image of Omani teachers as viewed by other segments of society. The study sample consisted of 1196 members of Omani society... 
Teacher image, segments of society, Sultanate of Oman
Journal Article
Critical Pathways in Cardiology, ISSN 1535-282X, 09/2013, Volume 12, Issue 3, pp. 116 - 120
Journal Article
Key Engineering Materials, ISSN 1013-9826, 09/2013, Volume 572, Issue 1, pp. 143 - 146
With the increasing technological advances, people need more goods and services especially in consumerist societies. This increase in consumption along with... 
Sale affecting factors | High income | Comfortable furniture | Demand | Sales | Asymmetry | Students | Customers | Color | Segments | Furniture
Journal Article
2009, World Bank working paper, ISBN 9780821381335, Volume no. 176., ix, 85
The purpose of this report is to provide the reader with an overview of some of the issues relating to women and information and communication technology (ICT)... 
Women | Technology and women | Computers and women | Women in computer science | Employment | Information technology | INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY | LABOR MARKETS | GENDER DIFFERENCES | EDUCATION FOR GIRLS | POLICY FORMULATION | NEED FOR RESEARCH | SERVICE DELIVERY | BROADBAND | BASIC HEALTH CARE | ABUSE | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | MARKET PRICES | ECONOMIC GROWTH | POLICY FRAMEWORK | PUBLIC POLICY | PRIVATE SECTOR | GENDER DISPARITY | ACCESS TO EDUCATION | GENDER GAP | GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES | HEALTH SERVICES | MALARIA | URBAN AREAS | MORTALITY | DOMAIN | YOUNG MEN | LACK OF INFORMATION | SEX | CLIMATE CHANGE | JOB OPPORTUNITIES | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | GOVERNMENT SERVICES | LIVELIHOODS | COMPUTERS | POPULATION GROWTH | RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ACTION | SECONDARY SCHOOLS | MARKETING | TECHNICAL EDUCATION | GENDER AWARENESS | HARDWARE | EMPOWERING WOMEN | RADIOS | COMMUNITY HEALTH | GENDER INEQUALITIES | PRIMARY EDUCATION | SCIENTISTS | RURAL WOMEN | MOBILE PHONES | ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT | INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS | RURAL POVERTY | NURSE | ELEARNING | ISPS | QUERIES | DISCRIMINATION | LICENSES | BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT | HUMAN RIGHTS | FAMILY MEMBERS | PHOTO | SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS | NATIONAL GOVERNMENT | LABOR MARKET | GIRL CHILD | HUSBANDS | ACCESS TO THE INTERNET | COMPUTER SCIENCE | DIGITAL DIVIDE | GENDER PERSPECTIVES | OPERATING SYSTEMS | FOOD PRODUCTION | NEW TECHNOLOGIES | CAPABILITIES | ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES | KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY | GENDER INEQUALITY | PEACE | WAR | RURAL AREAS | ISSUE OF GENDER | PROGRESS | SECONDARY EDUCATION | E-GOVERNMENT | SPILLOVER | REFUGEE | TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES | CITIZEN | LOCAL COMMUNITY | HIGHLY EDUCATED WOMEN | FAMILY INCOME | GENDER STEREOTYPES | DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS | SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT | LEGAL RIGHTS | NETWORKS | SELF-ESTEEM | TRAINING WOMEN | POLITICAL PARTICIPATION | PUBLIC INFORMATION | INTEGRATION | HEALTH CARE | SERVICES TO WOMEN | COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES | INTERNATIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATION | GOVERNMENT POLICIES | HEALTH CARE ACCESS | KNOWLEDGE SHARING | ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY | STATUS OF WOMEN | GENDER WORKING GROUP | TERTIARY EDUCATION | ADVANCEMENT OF WOMEN | CITIZENS | PRACTITIONERS | PERSONAL INFORMATION | ECONOMIC PRODUCTIVITY | MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOAL | NURSES | GENDER EQUITY | ETHNIC GROUPS | EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN | MINORITY | SOCIAL CONFLICT | WORKFORCE | AGRICULTURE | MOTHER | DEVELOPMENT GOALS | DECENTRALIZATION | MINISTRY OF HEALTH | WEB | DISSEMINATION | NUTRITION | SEXUAL EXPLOITATION | POPULATION GROWTH RATE | INHERITANCE | USERS | REFUGEES | HEALTH CARE SYSTEM | CELLULAR PHONES | SENSITIVE POLICIES | TRAINING CENTERS | SOCIAL CHANGE | MANDATES | QUALITY EDUCATION | COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY | WORKING CONDITIONS | YOUNG WOMEN | GENDER ROLES | GENDER DIFFERENTIALS | GIRLS IN SCHOOL | USABILITY | INCOMES | MATERIAL | OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN | FINANCIAL RESOURCES | LIFELONG LEARNING | REFUGEE CAMPS | ELDERLY | HOUSEHOLD POVERTY | DISEASES | HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS | ADOLESCENTS | GENDER BIAS | LEGAL STATUS | EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES | MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS | RADIO | TERTIARY LEVEL | COPYRIGHT | HEALTH CENTERS | NATURAL DISASTERS | TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE | UNIVERSITIES | YOUNG AGE | INDIVIDUAL WOMEN | LARGE NUMBERS OF WOMEN | SEGMENTS OF SOCIETY | CAPACITY BUILDING | EXTENSION | REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH | WOMAN | LEVELS OF EDUCATION | RESPECT | EDUCATED WOMEN | EMPLOYMENT OF WOMEN | SMALL VILLAGES | ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE | GENDER GAPS | GENERIC DRUGS | RURAL DEVELOPMENT | SOCIAL PROBLEMS | SOCIOECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS | MARKET RESEARCH | POLICY DEVELOPMENT | GENDER EQUALITY | ILLITERACY | ROLE OF WOMEN | SERVICE PROVISION | NATIONAL POLICIES | SMART CARDS | POLITICAL POWER | ROLE MODELS | ILLNESSES | QUALITY OF CARE | HUMAN CAPITAL | MOBILE PHONE | ACTION PLAN | GENDER RELATIONS | FARMERS | ACCESS TO INFORMATION | HOUSING | UNEMPLOYMENT | GOVERNMENT AGENCIES | RESULTS | JOB TRAINING | SOCIAL BARRIERS | INTERNATIONAL WOMEN | E-LEARNING | USER | POLICY MAKERS | SMALL ENTERPRISES | SPOUSES | TELEVISIONS | GENDER ISSUES | RURAL COMMUNITIES | SERVICE PROVIDERS | ECONOMICS | SOCIAL AFFAIRS | ACCESS TO COMPUTER
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2011, ISBN 0198075022, xv, 310
What will South Asia look like in 2025? The optimistic outlook is that India, which accounts for 80 per cent of the regional economic output, is headed towards... 
Economic development | South Asia Economic conditions | South Asia Social conditions | bank lending | migration flows | infrastructure investment | legal status | financial inflows | Health problems | labour market | safe water | demographic trends | harmonization | gross domestic product | Child mortality | incomes | central banks | Population Growth | labour forces | pregnancy | financial crisis | vulnerability | Current Account Balance | labour shortages | migration policies | resource needs | Armed Conflicts | exposure | peace | segments of society | family size | Fertility Decline | Demographic Change | institutional mechanisms | Foreign Direct Investment | interest rate | Savings | Capital Inflows | Immigrant | contract enforcement | social protection | market access | Net Capital | infant mortality rate | exchange rate | capital market development | corporate bond | human capital | financial system | technology transfer | capital markets | Labour Force | democracy | population ageing | civil wars | skilled workers | low-income countries | progress | demographic changes | internal conflicts | Resource flows | democratic accountability | Sanitation | reputation | infant mortality | Exchange Rates | Debt | health sector | Regional Integration | local governments | replacement level | government policies | child mortality rate | future prospects | large cities | urban migration | job training | public policy | live births | outsourcing | immunization | Growth Rate | wars | international trade | income | informal economy | international markets | pregnancy-related causes | global economy | Foreign Exchange | capital investments | War | Urban Population | Disability | regional initiatives | Current Account Balances | gender disparities | Global Development | fertility rate | Globalization | baby boom | infant deaths | urban areas | bond | Migrants | income inequality | baby | business climate | bond markets | cancer | good governance | Elderly | monetary policies | regulatory agencies | Remittances | World Economy | Population Growth Rates | volatile capital | fertility transition | infant | output | Policy Research Working Paper | Fertility | intensive industries | financial integration | rapid expansion | workforce | freedom of movement | infrastructure projects | Capital Account | movement of people | purchasing power | interest rates | Immigrants | market liquidity | reproductive health | participation of women | improvements in child survival | employment opportunities | volatilities | working-age Population | Rapid growth | transparency | unemployment | Urbanization | Developing Countries | national level | domestic market | equity markets | woman | political opposition | urban infrastructure | babies | Policy Research | emerging-market | Life Expectancy | bank loans | social conditions | portfolio flows | Economic Growth | financial markets | Modernization | Elderly Population | immigration | national borders | business environment | social cohesion | Fixed Investment | economic crisis | dynamic economies | Small Countries | Age Distribution | urban amenities | illnesses | market development | economic development | volatility | capital market | purchasing power parity | number of children | business practices | portfolio | Armed Conflict | risk sharing | rural areas | Forest Cover | Demographic Transition | Dividend | advanced economies | labour markets | International Migration | Private Capital | Job Creation | tax | economic policies | Demographic | dependency ratio | Private Capital Flows | particular countries | Urban Population Growth | social development | macroeconomic management | foreign capital | premature death | young people | poor health | foreign trade | political stability | family planning | health services | Liberalization | respiratory diseases | emerging markets | children per woman | Fertility Rates | decline in fertility | Capital Flows | Remittance | Climate change | communications technology | Dependency Ratios | existing population | human development | service providers | Population Dynamics
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Berliner Journal fur Soziologie, ISSN 0863-1808, 03/2017, Volume 27, Issue 1, pp. 151 - 167
Journal Article
EP Europace, ISSN 1099-5129, 02/2019, Volume 21, Issue 2, pp. 192 - +
Journal Article
Revija za Univerzalno Odličnost, ISSN 2232-5204, 06/2015, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp. a12 - a36
Country’s historical heritage, represented by social, political and economical factors, merely define society’s cultural base, which further define its... 
social capital | economic resources and knowledge . In addition to these three main elite’s segments | as a group of individuals holding the top positions in economic sphere | economic and cultural factors | we have set the research as a comparative frame | elite is an internally fragmented group of people with the highest index of activity. These people gather in three main segment s of elite i.e. political | who hold the ownership of the means of production and control economic processes | political | with a developed free market economy | as countries of the ex - communist (ex - socialist) block. Journal of Universal Excellence | number 2 | which are formed in a society; promoters of development ( developmental business elite ) and/or rent - seek e rs | pp. A12 – A36 . A 14 3.) Brazil | as countries representing developed Western democracies/economies. 2.) Slovenia | Slovenia | whose character merely depends on many mutually connected factors i.e. social | th e research algorithm is set in the way to make a distin ction between the two types of business elite; developmental and rent - seeking one. It c onsists of theoretical analysis of the socio - cultural factors and quantitative analysis of macro - economic indicators | economic and cultural | societies | Mills defines also th e power elite | cultural capital | non - democratic system and exclusive institutions are more likely to enable and promote rent - seeking business elites. In order to detach these factors | Appendix June 2015 | year 4 | and it represent s macro components of business elite’s formation. While the second group consists of three Bourdieu’s capitals: social capital | and economic capital 1 I ntroduction Elites have always been an extremely in teresting phenomenon | role and profile of business elite. But to understand better the whole concept of the analysis and the whole idea | who form the top of society. According to Pareto | institutions | cultural | which are still mutually connected and interdependent. The two groups are: 1.) Socio - cultural factors and 2.) Soci o - economic factors. The first group consists of : processes of state building and nation building | adding to this definition Ipsos Media CT ’s conceptualizations | we will be dealing with the research question of how do socio - cultural and soci o - economic factors shape the basis for the emergen ce of a specific type of elite and how do they affect its role in a specific society. 2 Defining b usiness elite s Before presenting the research and results | the United States of Americ a and the EU - 3 (Great Britain | we ca n define two types of elite | political and economic ones | India and China | measured on annual basis by the World Economic Forum (WEF) and presented in its annual Global Competitiveness Report | Germany | comparing countries with different paradigmatic model of emergence and development . We have chosen to compare: 1.) Switzerland | as other three countries of the BRIC group . Such a comparative frame will allow us more applicable | who principally deals with economic elite by defining them as a privileged group of people in the economic sphere | associated with specific attributes i.e. power | more specifically the business elite s . Thus | while societies with non - market or p lanned economy | but despite all the research they are still an ambiguous topic due to how they are perceived: as actors who promote society’s development and prosperity or a closed and privil eged group of people who act in their own benefits. Elite’s Journal of Universal Excellence | within research of countries ’ developmental potentials. In this respect | established democratic system and efficient inclusive institutions | institutions and the process of modernization and transition | Russia and the Ukraine | reliable and verifiable results. In addition | it is necessary to highlight the topic of elites | it can be claim that these attributes or resources are mutually connected and occur in various combinations in practice . As the article deals with analyzing the profile of business elite | state building | 2008 | which promotes (or hinders) a specific type of elite to be formed. In this respect | which we will refer to as ” the complex of exogenous factors ” . These were further divided in two separate groups | thus having a high concentration of ( physical /economic ) capital and income in the form of profits . Nevertheless | being thus connected with attributes of power and money. From this perspective | pp. A12 – A36 . A 13 perception varies within societies | are more likely to enable and promote the formation of developmental business elites | which can be the consequence of its formation and role in soci e ty. In this respect | thus we have set a frame of s ocial | we can apply his definitions to the business elite | France | business elites | modernization | and economic capita | which together rep resent a society’s/country’s hi storical heritage. These factors represent a basis | transition | Pareto | economic capital and cultural capital and represent s both; macro components and micro components of business elite ’ s formation. The two groups of factors are analyzed in more details in what follows. The aim of the article is to analyz e the formation | d eriving from very first authors dealing with elites | we will deal only with this specific segment . In this respect we derive from Figueroa | it is necessary to analyze country’s (society’s) profile | we define the latter as a privileged group of individuals
Journal Article
CIRCULATION, ISSN 0009-7322, 03/2007, Volume 115, Issue 10, pp. 1306 - 1324
Journal Article
The World Bank Research Observer, ISSN 0257-3032, 4/2005, Volume 20, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 27
The incentives of politicians to provide broad public goods and reduce poverty vary across countries. Even in democracies, politicians often have incentives to... 
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