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  • 1 Meeting Professionals International — (MPI) is a professional community for the global meetings industry. Founded in 1972, the Dallas based non profit association has 68 chapters and clubs, over 24,000 members from 69 chapters in 20 countries around the world.[1] It organizes four… …

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  • 2 meeting — [ mitiŋ ] n. m. • 1786; mitine 1733; mot angl., de to meet « rencontrer » 1 ♦ Réunion publique organisée pour discuter une question d ordre collectif, social ou politique. ⇒ manifestation, rassemblement. Tenir un meeting. Meeting électoral. « un… …

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  • 3 Meeting for Sufferings — is an executive committee of Britain Yearly Meeting, the body which acts on behalf of members of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in Great Britain and the Crown Dependencies. It has about 200 members who meet five times a year to make… …

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  • 4 Social Credit Party of Canada — Parti Crédit social du Canada Former federal party Founded 1935 ( …

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  • 5 Social enterprise — Social enterprises are social mission driven organizations which trade in goods or services for a social purpose. Their aim to accomplish targets that are social and environmental as well as financial is often referred to as having a triple… …

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  • 6 Social simulation — is the modeling or simulation, normally performed using a computer, of social phenomena (e.g., cooperation, competition, markets, social networks dynamics, etc.). A subset within social simulations are Agent Based Social Simulations (ABSS) which… …

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  • 7 Social interaction — is a dynamic, changing sequence of social actions between individuals (or groups) who modify their actions and reactions according to the actions by their interaction partner(s). In other words they are events in which people attach meaning to a… …

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  • 8 Social work — / child and youth worker Occupation Activity sectors Pursuit of social welfare and social change Social Work is a professional and academic discipline that seeks to improve the quality of life and wellbeing of an individual, group, or community… …

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  • 9 Social Credit — is a socio economic philosophy wherein consumers, fully provided with adequate purchasing power, establish the policy of production through exercise of their monetary vote.cite book |title=Credit Power and Democracy |last=Douglas |first=C.H.… …

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  • 10 Social Security Administration — Official seal Agency overview Formed August 14, 1935 Jurisdiction …

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  • 11 Social position — is the position of an individual in a given society and culture. A given position (for example, the occupation of priest ) may belong to many individuals. Social position influences social status. One can have several social positions, but only… …

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  • 12 Social Circus — refers to the growing movement toward the use of circus arts as mediums for social justice and social good. It uses alternative pedagogical tools to work with youth who are marginalized or at social or personal risk. =Purpose=Through the dynamic… …

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  • 13 Social anthropology — is the branch of anthropology that studies how currently living human beings behave in social groups. Practitioners of social anthropology investigate, often through long term, intensive field studies (including participant observation methods),… …

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  • 14 Social responsibility — is an ethical or ideological theory that an entity whether it is a government, corporation, organization or individual has a responsibility to society but this responsibility can be negative. In that it is a responsibility to refrain from acting… …

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  • 15 Social Therapy — is an activity theoretic practice developed outside of academia at the East Side Institute for Group and Short Term Psychotherapy in New York. Its primary methodologists are cofounders of the East Side Institute, Fred Newman and Lois Holzman. In… …

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  • 16 Social isolation — can contribute toward many emotional, behavioural and physical disorders including anxiety, panic attacks, eating disorders, addictions, substance abuse, violent behaviour and overall disease.Illness and Social IsolationWhen it comes to physical… …

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  • 17 Social Democracy of America — Founded June 7, 1898 (June 7, 1898) Dissolved January 10, 1913 (January 10, 1913) …

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  • 18 Social organisation — Social organization or social institution, refers to a group of social positions, connected by social relations, performing a social role. It can also be defined in a narrower sense as any institution in a society that works to socialize the… …

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  • 19 Social Justice (political party) — Social Justice ( he. צדק חברתי, Tzedek Hevrati ) is a political party in Israel headed by Russian Israeli billionaire, Arcadi Gaydamak. It was launched by in February 2007 as a social movement, but was transformed into a political party in July… …

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  • 20 social housing — UK US noun [U] (also public housing) ► GOVERNMENT, PROPERTY homes provided by the government for people with low incomes to rent cheaply: »The development of 30 properties was available for rental to people on moderate incomes who earn too much… …

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