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A Calculus of Efficiency for Public Goods: The Case of Public Outdoor Recreation
The characteristics of public outdoor recreation as a public good are ascertained. A cost-benefit analysis is applied which ensures efficiency, while allowing for the pecuniary and technological externalities that exist ...
A Comparison of the Personality Characteristics of Highly Successful, Moderately Successful, and Unsuccessful High School Basketball Coaches as Measured by the Cattell Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire
This study compared the personality characteristics of successful, moderately successful, and unsuccessful high school basketball coaches. Winning percentage was the criterion chosen to measure success. The subjects ...
Ruin Imagery and the Iconography of Regeneration in Eighteenth Century French Art
While the extraordinary popularity of ruin imagery in eighteenth century France is well known to art historians, it has remained a largely unstudied, and thus misunderstood, cultural phenomenon. The profusion of ruin ...
Some Characteristics of Broadband Delta-Sigma Modulation
This paper presents an analysis using correlation techniques of an idealized Delta-Sigma Modulation system. An analytical assumption of errors with a marginally Gaussian distribution is shown to yield accurate results ...
Motive and New Rhetorics
Analysis of the uses made of the Attica prison revolt by various groups in society in support of the motivations which drove their own efforts. Contains critique of rhetorical theory and the place of motives in rhetorical theory.
The description of statistical tables: a problem in data documentation.
Reference to and direct storage of primary data is of growing importance. This explains the interest in the description of statistical tables. The brute-force approach to give each stratifier (that is, the list of all row ...
Social Communication and Black Nationalism: An Application of Karl W. Deutsch's Model of Nationalism
In Nationalism and Social Communication Karl W. Deutsch has developed a model to aid in the study of nationalism. The purpose of this model is to enable the researcher, investigating a national movement, to make some ...
Further studies on the metabolic changes in strains of Salmonella typhimurium and Yersinia pseudotuberculosis after treatment with some detergents and lipid solvents
Reproduced from SciFinder, with permission from the Chemical Abstracts Service. Incubation of S. typhimurium and Y. pseudotuberculosis in 30% petroleum ether at 37° inhibited respiration more than did 0.01-0.03% Na lauryl ...
On the phagocytosis in vitro of strains of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis after treatment with certain detergents and lipid solvents
(Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 1976)
Reproduced from SciFinder with permission from the Chemical Abstracts Service. The addn. of Na lauryl sulfate [151-21-3] or petroleum ether to Y. pseudotuberculosis grown in a medium contg. 10% glycerol at 28° (conditions ...