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In each step along the way, programmed learning emphasizes measurable results.
This choice requires me to emphasize strategies and ideas that are used not just in sociology, but quite prominently outside of sociology.
Grisso emphasizes that diagnosis does not define the obligation, that not all treatment is worthwhile, that clinical care is sometimes harmful, and that justice systems are not ideal settings for clinical care.
Thus, several chapters emphasize the necessity of accurate contextual understanding of individuals (rather than seeing only contexts--race, gender, sexual orientation, age, and so forth) in order to enhance effective counseling and therapy and prevent obscuring the individual; which may prevent accurate contextual understanding.
A diet that emphasizes fruits and vegetables, provides adequate calcium, and is low in sodium has benefits for bone health.
In her desire to emphasize the unique and formative importance of Chinese exclusion, she sometimes overstates her case, as when she contrasts immigration officials' turn-of-the-century crackdowns on "illegal" Chinese immigrants to their supposedly "benign neglect" of Mexican immigrants in the same period.
The statement emphasizes that a banking institution's board of directors is responsible for reviewing and adopting policies and procedures that establish and maintain an effective, independent real estate appraisal and evaluation program for all of its lending functions.
Carter credits the NIEHS for its strong support of the BCES and emphasizes that environmental health along the border "is a long-term problem and requires a long-term solution.
Like the finest recent histories of early modern material culture across disciplines, her book emphasizes the importance of economic and social factors in the creation of a market for the product discussed (in this case, vernacular music theory treatises), although she perhaps downplays the place of these works against the background of the growth and development of the English book trade.
When touched, people may touch back to emphasize a point.
Although more tools will need to be developed, several resources are available to help educators shift from an approach that emphasizes individual/technical rules to one that identifies business-entity issues and emphasizes tax planning.
John Barclay compares Josephus' discussion of the Jewish constitution, which emphasizes matching theory and practice, with the polity reflected in 1 Corinthians, and suggests that Paul tends toward less cultural specificity in practice because his communities are culturally diverse.