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inclusion

noun all acceptance, all-embracing uniierse, all-encompassing universe, all facets, blanket analysis, broad analysis, compendious amount, comprehensive number, diverse mix, diverse mixture, every facet, every side, exhaustive approach, extensive analysis, full vision, mainstreaming everyone, sweeping analysis, total number, total scope, umbrella, universe, unlimited acceptance
Associated concepts: inclusion of children with disabilities, inclusionary approach
See also: acceptance, accession, addendum, admittance, affiliation, appendix, composition, coverage, insertion, scope
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Examples include targeted hiring mechanisms such as first-source hiring and CBAs, as well as inclusionary zoning, which is experiencing increased attention by jurisdictions seeking ways to develop affordable housing and diminish racial and economic segregation.
By critically analyzing how the referred program, originally designed as an inclusionary strategy, reproduces and maintains an exclusionary status quo, this essay proposes an alternative theoretical approach to guide its future developments, contrasting the scholarly perspectives previously framing newcomers' labour market integration on the binary concepts of exclusion and inclusion.
Within this component, six teachers or three inclusionary teams are chosen and consists of three regular education teachers and three special education or exceptional children's teachers.
However, as discussed, the court held that the mandatory inclusionary zoning ordinance at issue was not facially unconstitutional because the ordinance permitted the local government to waive the requirement.
The city of Wenatchee asked developers to submit proposals for affordable housing projects using inclusionary zoning, where about 20 percent of the units fall under affordable housing income limits, but the rest do not.
Other inclusionary criteria include a PaO2/FiO2 ratio of 150 or greater, hemodynamic stability, level of sensorium acceptable to patient context and absence of untreated infectious process.
Speaking to the Los Angeles Business Council's Mayoral Housing Summit, Villaraigosa said the city must consider mandatory affordable-housing programs, such as inclusionary zoning, to sustain the middle class and keep jobs in Los Angeles.
Both of these views are valid and important, but the separation of them makes for either harshly punitive or overly inclusionary policy.
Epstein, a professor of sociology, examines the political and scientific ramifications of inclusionary research practices in the United States.
Through his real estate career, Kevane has served on the Inclusionary Housing Working Group as a member of the City of San Diego & San Diego Housing Commission (2001-02); was on the City of San Diego's Affordable Housing Task Force, including four subcommittees (2002-03); and served as legislative chair of the San Diego County Apartment Association (2004), as well as volunteering on the association's Legislative Steering Committee since 1995.
A COALITION OF BUILDERS AND REALTORS in Florida filed a lawsuit earlier this year in the state's Second Judicial Circuit Court in Leon County to challenge an inclusionary zoning law that the city of Tallahassee passed in spring 2005 to provide more workforce housing.
Regarding smoking status, one inclusionary criterion for our study was to be a nonsmoker and live with nonsmokers; thus smoking is not an important indoor source of particles in these residences.

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