In the case of the new Member States, it is true that at the (not only) substate level, the development of a team, which ideally would have extensive experience from multiple levels of representation of local and regional interests (city/kraj, UTMCR/ ARCR, possibly ministerial positions, or even direct experience with EU institutions, particularly the Committee of the Regions), is a long-term project.
The ARCR can't control how information internally flows through the kraj.
This issue of ARCR explores alcohol use among broadly defined special populations.
In addition to homing in on population-based differences in drinking patterns and the health and social outcomes of alcohol misuse, this issue of ARCR examines numerous variables that influence these differences.
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In fact, the semi-proletarianization impact of labor feminization was, in terms of ARCR, as large as 1.42%, which was more than enough to reverse the counter tendency in the intra-restructuring process (i.e.
The numbers in the parentheses are annual relative change rates (ARCRs) which show to what extent male, female, and all labor forces change their sizes by gaining or losing people in different class categories.
ARCRs of 1.04% for semi-proletarian women and .03% for rural petty bourgeois women).
Contributors to this issue of ARCR lay the groundwork for understanding the multilayered interactions between alcohol and immune function by presenting an overview of the immune system (see the article by Spiering) and by reviewing current research on the effects of alcohol on innate immunity (see the article by Nagy) and on adaptive immunity (see the article by Pasala and colleagues).
The insights summarized in this issue of ARCR present researchers and clinicians with opportunities to devise new interventions or refine existing ones to target the immune system and better manage alcohol-related diseases.