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Namely, parents who do not trust their child’s doctor tend to believe vaccine conspiracy theories more, along with citizens who do not trust healthcare institutions and academic institutions. Furthermore, those who do not believe science, but believe in supernatural, paranormal phenomena that remain unexplained by today’s science, tend to believe vaccine conspiracy theories more often. (...) Furthermore, they dominantly tend to claim that there is too much insistence on equal rights in Montenegro, as well as that a large number of problems in today’s society stem from the collapse of the traditional family, in which a man works while a woman stays at home.
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Score: 744186.77 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...es-vaccine-conspiracy-theories
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Indeed, both conflict displacement and migration flows tend to follow similar pathways, including rural-urban migration chains. (...) In general, children also tend to be over-represented in IDP populations. The fact of being forced to displace by conflict also often places IDPs in a particularly disadvan- taged situation. (...) However, certain aspects of internal displacement tend to distinguish it from both internal migra- tion and refugee flows.
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Score: 738517.24 - https://www.un.org/internal-di...sion_ws6_refugees_and_idps.pdf
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Most claim that they have better living conditions than in Ukraine, at least half confessed to working illegally and stated that they intended to return. Vietnamese migrants tend to be market traders who sell clothing and electronics outside large department stores or in commuter belts. The western migrant flow consists of North Americans, most of them young, who come to work as consultants, lecturers, teachers of English, businessmen or staff of foreign companies. West Europeans tend to work in foreign and international corporations. (...) These two different immigrant groups share some characteristics, both tend to be predominantly young and male but central European and Asian workers tend to occupy unskilled or semiskilled positions whilst many westerners tend to be professionals.
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Score: 736850.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr1996/96gen40.htm
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These are usually collected, planted, and tended by residents based on their own desire to increase trees on their land. (...) For more information see: A practical manual for assisted natural regeneration A guide to direct seeding from the USDA A practical guide for oak and chestnut in India Various materials on the practice in the website of the Action Against Desertification Project   Planting and tending Planting and tending Ground and site preparation Preparing a planting site so that it is conducive to the survival and rapid adaptation and growth of the planting stock is paramount to success. (...) Kenis et al. , 2019). Tending, thinning and pruning Tending and thinning in planted forests are silvicultural operations to improve stand quality by eliminating or suppressing undesirable vegetation, including climbers and vines, and by removing poorly formed, damaged or diseased trees.
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Score: 732452.73 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...nted-forests/in-more-depth/en/
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Among other findings are: The extent of income poverty tends to be understated in Africa, and somewhat overstated in South-East Asia. (...) Subsidies have become enormous and have tended to go to corporations and the relatively wealthy, while subsidies for the poor have tended to decline (pp.363, 373). (...) State social security benefits and social services have tended to become both more restrictive and of lower value, lessening the promise of enhanced income security.
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Score: 729657.8 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...es/download/docs/sheet_no1.pdf
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Flexible tertiary education systems that allowed students who took a break to have a family to return with relative ease tended to facilitate childbearing. Conversely, women tended to have fewer children in contexts where university costs were high and largely borne by families. (...) In the United States, longitudinal studies showed that more educated women tended to overestimate the number of children they would have and women with less education tended to underestimate it, with the average American woman at age 22 misestimating her expected fertility by one birth. (...) Financial and labour-market insecurities, such as those in the Czech Republic and Hungary, tended to be associated with later childbearing and fewer children.
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Score: 729448.14 - https://www.un.org/en/developm.../expert/24/2015-EGM_Report.pdf
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The child becomes arrogant and egocentric. The child tends to violate the rules, without caring about consequences. The child tends to manipulate the others around him/her. The child shows no empathy for others. (...) UNICEF/Egypt 2018/Hamed Afifi Take the problem seriously. Parents tend to deny that their children are misbehaving or bullies.
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Score: 728615.23 - https://www.unicef.org/egypt/bullying/tips-parents-bully
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How society addresses the need for care has significant implications for gender equality given the fact that in all societies the provision of care—both unpaid and paid—tends to be disproportionately allocated to women and girls and it tends to be undervalued (the two feeding into each other). (...) Men from both Korea and India tend to do noticeably less UCW than men in the other countries; While men in all countries tend to spend more time on paid work than women, the gender gap is narrower in this case (compared to the gender gap in UCW). (...) While time spent on housework tends to fall with increases in income, the amount of time spent on care of persons tends to increase.
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Score: 728418.16 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...0-%20Shahra%20Razavi%20rev.pdf
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Given women’s structural constraints related to their family responsibilities, women who want to work and are available to do so tend to seek work much less frequently than men in the same situation, and employers tend to be reluctant to employ women outside typically female occupations. Finally, women’s work tends to be less remunerated and to have less status than men’s. (...) Furthermore, when statistics identify them as workers, women more than men tend to be considered a homogenous group of workers and the differences in their characteristics tend not to be studied with as much care as they deserve.
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Score: 727187.3 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...eau/stat/download/genderwp.pdf
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Score: 726884.2 - https://www.icao.int/secretari...ges/supplier-registration.aspx
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