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Review of European Studies     Open Access   (Followers: 12)
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Review of European Studies
Number of Followers: 12  

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ISSN (Print) 1918-7173 - ISSN (Online) 1918-7181
Published by CCSE Homepage  [43 journals]
  • Institutional Manipulation and Political Control as Methods of Organizing
           Intergovernmental Relations in Greece

    • Abstract: Greek local government is an institution of power. Its power is based on popular sovereignty, as local authorities are elected by universal and secret ballot, and its public policies are based on the country's fundamental law, the Constitution. However, the legislator, disregarding this Constitutional Regulation insists on determining the competences appointed to local government and the areas of its competence, acting often beyond the limits of the Constitution. In addition to local government affairs defined by law, central administration grants to local government affairs which belong to the circle of its competences, ie affairs of the central government. This concession regards affairs that the central administration would like to avoid exercising, because they usually have a political cost, which it does not want to bear. The central administration, even if local governments competences are defined by law, or are granted by it, intervenes during the exercise of these affair either by legislative interventions that the majority of the parliament allows, or by decisions of the governing bodies, where it is permitted. This intervention is usually aimed at limiting the affairs allocated to local government, because central government considers that local authorities exercise political influence over the citizens within their administrative boundaries, or because the local authorities belong to opposite political areas from those of the central administration and aim to limit the exercise of policies at the local level, in a way of organizing and operating differently from that of the central administration.
      PubDate: Mon, 28 Feb 2022 05:48:43 +000
       
  • Reviewer Acknowledgements for Review of European Studies, Vol. 14, No. 1

    • Abstract: Reviewer Acknowledgements for Review of European Studies, Vol. 14, No. 1
      PubDate: Mon, 28 Feb 2022 05:36:19 +000
       
  • Study 1: 630 Domestic-Terrorist, Mass-Murdering, Spree-Shooters Differ
           from 623 Controls and Study 2: 15 Domestic-Terrorist, Mass-Murdering,
           Spree-Shooters Differ From 23 Homicidal and 36 Controls on the Standard
           Predictor of Violence Potential and the MMPI-2/A: Implications Are to Use
           Computer Tests and Machine Learning Equations

    • Abstract: Study 1: 630 spree-shooters [1936-2021] (1,650 deaths; 3,123 injuries; 194 suicides [31%]), 623 controls logistic regression differences (F= 260.44, df=10/1242, R=.82, R2 =.68, p
      PubDate: Mon, 28 Feb 2022 05:27:36 +000
       
  • A Review of the Costs of Assault, Homicide, Mass Murder and Pedophilia
           with Implications for the Insurance Industry and the U.S. Roman Catholic
           Church: A Rationale for Using Computer Tests and Machine Learning
           Equations

    • Abstract: 20 May 2021 U.S. dollar cost for assault = $33,773.52; homicide, $3,834,988.08, domestic terror, mass murder, spree-shooting, 3 dead, $11,504,964.24, pedophilia, $139,430.28. Over 85 years, domestic-terror, mass-murder, spree-shooter assaults cost = 1 to 5,000. $33,773.52 x 5,000 = $168,867,600; dead victims = from 1 to 1,000. $3,834,988.08 x 1,000 = $3,834,988,080. 1936-2021 U.S. insurance industry mass murder costs = [$2,416,042,490 (630 @ $3,834,988.08) + $6,327,730,332 (1,650 @ $3,834,988.08) + $105,474,702.96 (3,123 @ $33,773.52) = $8,849,247,525.36] + [insurance, tax-increases $11,504,021,782.97 ($8,849,247,525.36 x 1.3] =$20,353,269,317.93. Projecting 2021 to 2105 insurance industry no policy change (i.e., computer tests, machine learning equations), $40,706,538,616.66, 3,330 deaths, 6,246 injuries, 388 suicides. U.S. Roman Catholic Church pedophilia costs, 1986-2011, $2,486,898,000, payouts + lost-donations [($2,486,898,000.00 x 1.3) = $3,232,967,400 = $5,719,865,400 + 5,679 x 5 = 28,395 victims]. Projecting 2017 U.S. Church (2012-2037, 2038-2056, 2057-2082, 2083-2107), $5,719,865,400 x 5 = $28,599,327,000, 5,679 x 5 = 28,395 victims.
      PubDate: Mon, 21 Feb 2022 08:11:21 +000
       
  • Sociological Theories of Intervention. Psychosociological and
           Microsociological Approaches

    • Abstract: A range of scientific works show that sociological intervention is rooted in two main theoretical branches – psychosociology and microsociology. Although the concepts and foundations of these two major scientific branches are, of course, different, their relationships with the subject mix proximity and self-analysis, resulting in an enlightening common factor. Our intention with this article is not only to identify the primary theories and concepts developed over the past two centuries, but also, and above all, to be able to look beyond their unique features to better visualize the probable points of convergence so as to provide a coherent framework that unifies the different psychosociological forms of intervention.
      PubDate: Thu, 17 Feb 2022 03:03:26 +000
       
  • The Importance of Mediator Training in Applied Behavior Analysis

    • Abstract: The mediator training is an important procedure of the applied behavior analysis. By providing an appropriate training to the mediator, the trainer can enhance the likelihood that the trainee will implement the intervention plan accurately. The purpose of this study was to operate mediator training to an instructor therapist to implement mand training to a 5-year old girl with autism spectrum disorder. Through this study we had to follow all the necessary steps of the mediator training and to collect data, through the behavior fidelity checklist and the staff satisfaction survey. The results demonstrated that the mediator implemented the steps accurately and she was also satisfied from the overall training that she received. Moreover, the interobserver agreement for the treatment fidelity, between the comparison of trainers and trainee’s checklist, demonstrated exact agreement of the implementation of the intervention.
      PubDate: Thu, 17 Feb 2022 02:57:42 +000
       
  • Mentoring Approaches Preferred by Mentors in Their Work With Immigrant
           Youths

    • Abstract: The aim of the present study was to examine the preferred approach used by mentors to work with immigrant youths, describe how they carry out their work and why they chose to work that way, and analyze what is their initial assumption in their work with immigrant youths. The approaches are personal growth, mentoring as situational learning, mentoring that focuses on problem-solving problem and mentoring as a research process. One hundred and fifty mentors participated in the study. Each of them worked regularly with five Israeli immigrant youths. The findings show that the mentors adapted the work process to their mentees, but chose an approach that best suited their personality and worldview. A mentor who preferred the “mentoring as personal growth” approach may find it difficult to work in the “mentoring as situational learning” approach. All mentors mentioned a sense of mission they had in working with immigrant youths. The mentors used concepts such as “awareness” and “mindfulness,” and spoke about the attention that allows the mentor and mentee a focused view of the present, of what is happening here and now, as a key to a meaningful process in each of the approaches. All the mentors mentioned the principle of communication as a central principle in their work and the importance of having a meaningful dialogue with the mentees. Another principle mentioned by all the mentors was that of building trust between them and their mentees. They developed the mentees' confidence in themselves and their abilities, in the sense that they were capable enough to act, perform, and succeed; and developed trust in the fact that the mentors did want what was best for the mentees, accepting the mentees with their strengths, impulses, and weaknesses.
      PubDate: Thu, 20 Jan 2022 04:32:47 +000
       
 
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