BUILA

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BUILABritish Universities International Liaison Association
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Los hombres son victimas especialmente de agresiones y robos, mayoritariamente una vez en su vida y a manos de desconocidos (Marley y Buila, 2001).
Todo ello afecta a su habilidad para percibir las situaciones de riesgo y protegerse adecuadamente, facilitando la adopcion de comportamientos relacionados con la victimizacion, como es el consumo de drogas, el establecimiento de relaciones conflictivas o el vagabundeo (Marley y Buila, 2001; Silver, 2002).
La prevalencia de este tipo de violencia en muestras con TM se situa en el 20%30% para las mujeres (Goodman et al., 2001; Grubaugh y Frueh, 2006; Marley y Buila, 2001) y el 1%-5% para los hombres (Grubaugh y Frueh, 2006; Marley y Buila, 2001).
Although this incident was described to me with much laughter by one of the women present at it, in explanation for noise I heard early one morning whilst staying in a house at Buila in late 2004, its message was serious.
Thus, the young woman sneaking out of Buila Station in the early hours of the morning became an immediate figure of suspicion for the Warrior women patrolling the streets of Balimo.
Other vocational training programs exist outside traditional school boundaries in the form of manpower training centers, employers, and private schools (Buila 1986).
Buila, The United States of America, " in The Integration of General, Technical, and Vocational Education (Paris: UNESCO, 1986), pp.
Seeds (at least 20/specimen) from 19 individual plants of Jovibarba heuffeli Schott collected from seven locations in the Romanian Southern Carpatians (Herculane - 3ex, Domogled Mt.-8 ex, Buila Mt.