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The field matured during the early 1960s at the University of Michigan and the University of Chicago, and by the 1980s graduate programs in the United States including those at the University of Maryland, Northwestern University, and Texas A&M University regularly began producing MAs and Ph Ds in military sociology.
Military sociology is an international discipline, with military sociologists around the world, including in western and eastern Europe, Latin and Central America, Australia, India, Japan, Russia, and Canada.
Military sociology is military in the sense that it captures the full range of human armed services activities from the management of violence and peacekeeping to soldier and civilian attitudes about defense matters.
Military sociology can be traced to studies in the United States during and immediately after World War II (WWII).
General Secretary ofthe National Union of Teachers until 1975 Miss MF Cairley - Assistant Head Teacher, Kirkriggs Special School for the Mentally Handicapped, Glasgow Dr I Chesham - Specialist in Community Medicine (Child Health), Cheshire Area Health Authority Mr D Coe - Assistant Director, Middlesex Polytechnic Mr GH Dalziel - Headmaster, Thorn Park School for the Deaf, Bradford Mr RA Davis - Headmaster, Pindar Comprehensive School, Scarborough, until December 1976 Dr RM Forrester - Consultant Paediatrician, Royal Albert Edward Infirmary, Wigan Professor PJ Graham - Consultant Psychiatrist, Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London Mr D Guthrie OBE (resigned May 1975) - Director of the National Fund for Research into Crippling Diseases until November 1976 Mr JE Harding - Member of the Education and Training Committee, Scottish CBI and the Scottish TUC/CBI Joint Committee on the Employment of the Disabled Mr L Macho - Headmaster, Pen-y-Bryn School for the ESN(M), Swansea Dr JB Meredith Davies (appointed June 1975) - Director of Social Services, Liverpool Mr JAD Michie - Director of Education, Grampian Region Mr G Newton OBE (resigned April 1975) - Director of Social Services, Wiltshire Mr PH Priestley - Regional Psychologist and Head of Special Educational Services, Lothian Regional Council Mr EJ Richards - Senior Adviser, Special Education, Clwyd Local Education Authority Lady Roth JP - Chairman of the Governors, Feversham Non-Maintained School for the Maladjusted, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, unti I July 1977 [page iii] Mrs ME Thruston - Community Nurse Training Officer, Croydon Area Health Authority Mrs W Tumim - Parent of two hearing impaired children and Chairman of the Education Committee of The National Deaf Children's Society Dr MC Tyson - Professional Adviser/Senior Educational Psychologist for Special Education, London Borough of Hounslow Professor P Williams - Professor of Educational Studies and Dean of the Faculty of Educational Studies, The Open University Mr D Winnard - Secretary, Education Department, Trades Union Congress until September 1974 Mr DPT Woodgate - Headmaster, Priory Meadow School for Maladjusted Children, St Osyth Mr PW Young - Tutor to the course in the education of children with learning difficulties, Cambridge Institute of Education, Chelmsford, until December 1977 Department of Education and Science Mr MA Walker (to September 1976) Mr VH Stevens (from October 1976) Mr JR Fish HMI Scottish Education Department Mrs N Munro (to May 1976) Mr R P C Macnab (from May 1976) Mr A Milne HMI Welsh Education Office Mr M W Stone HMI Department of Employment Mr P Tansley (to June 1977) Mr S Loveman (from June 1977) Department of Health and Social Security Dr EE Simpson Mr GM Bebb Mr RB Brown Scottish Home and Health Department Dr J Ward (to May 1975) Dr JH Grant (June 1975 to August 1977) Dr M Hennigan (from September 1977) [page iv] The Rt Hon SHIRLEY WILLIAMS MP Secretary of State for Education and Science The Rt Han BRUCE MILLAN MP Secretary of State for Scotland The Rt Hon JOHN MORRIS QC, MP Secretary of State for Wales March 1978 Dear Secretaries of State On behalf of the Committee of Enquiry into the Education of Handicapped Children and Young People, I have the honour to submit our report to you.
Some of the improvements which we have proposed could be achieved through a redeployment of existing resources; but in formulating proposals for the development of special education to the end of the century and possibly beyond, we have inevitably made some recommendations which would require substantial additional resources. We should like to emphasise that, though our Committee was large, and consisted of members from a variety of different professions, we are unanimous in submitting our report.
On multi-period sites, however, it calls for much more meticulous recording since the stratigraphy is revealed one layer at a time.
CATEGORY: technique DEFINITION: The systematic and scientific recovery of cultural, material remains of people as a means of obtaining data about past human activity.
A new paper explores the demographic history of an obscure Siberian population using DNA extraction and phylogenetic analysis.
The questions are historical, and relatively easy to resolve. Those of you who have played Risk know that Yakutsk is a region of Siberia, and the Yakuts are residents of that region.Excavation is digging or related types of salvage work, scientifically controlled so as to yield the maximum amount of data. The excavation of a site, however, involves the destruction of the primary evidence, which can never be recovered.