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A locallydevised, grass roots, selfhelp scheme now being launched in St Helens to become effective by September 1981 with the purpose of providing a pilotproject scheme to bridge the gap between leaving school at 16 and entering adult working life at 18. This particular scheme looks like...
British policymaking has been characterised by a British political scientist. Jack Hayward, as humdrum. By humdrum he means a policy which is in essence muddling through. Though seen as a characteristic of liberal democracies, this style of policymaking has taken on an acute form in Britain....
A large amount of training time, with associated costs, is spent upon training managers in both human relations and technical skills. Whilst the effort expended on the technical skills aspect could be justified in terms of short or medium term results it is often questionable whether managers...
THE PROBLEM OF WHERE TO START THE MULTIDIMENSIONAL NATURE OF THE SUBJECT OPERATION PHOENIX is about living and working in a technological society. It bears this title because it started off, about five years ago, as a study of what Britain has to do to achieve national regeneration. My method of...
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