IESR


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IESRInformation Environment Service Registry (UK)
IESRInstitute for Essential Services Reform (Indonesia)
IESRInternational English Shepherd Registry
IESRIterative Energy Spectral Reconstruction
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Table 1: Scores on Danger Assessment Scale (Entry Survey) Danger Assessment % of Respondents Levels of Lethality Extreme Danger 59.7% (181) Severe Danger 16.5% (50) Increased Danger 15.5% (47) Indeterminate Danger 8.3% (25) Total 303 Table 2: Impact of Event-Revised Subscale Pretest/Posttest Changes IESR Scales Pretest Score Posttest Score Avoidance (N = 178) 15.7 12.7 Intrusion (N = 181) 16.5 12.7 Hyperarousal (N = 180) 12.6 9.8 TOTAL IES-R Score 45.8 35.2 (N = 175) IESR Scales t-test Effect size Avoidance (N = 178) 5.5 (p< .001) .39 Intrusion (N = 181) 7.6 (p< .001) .49 Hyperarousal (N = 180) 6.7 (p< .001) .45 TOTAL IES-R Score 7.4 (p< .001) .49 (N = 175)
The IESR 2006 report does not explain the exact normative grounds for the solidarity defence.
(56) Anyhow, in the IESR 2006 report and in the legal literature it is observed that some public service obligations could probably be identified in sport, for example obligations related to training, education or to the promotion of public health.
"This rather simple consideration has found an important confirmation in December 2000 in the European Council's Declaration on the specific characteristics of sport and its social function in Europe (the "Nice Declaration"), then for instance in the Independent European Sport Review (IESR, edited by J.