a) the dialect writer's regional, social, linguistic, and educational background; additionally, whenever possible, the researcher should collect information concerning "(1) the writer's firsthand acquaintance with the speech ways and lifestyle of the folk whose nonstandard
speech he or she portrays and (2) the writer's degree of exposure to other varieties, either regional or social" (Pable--Dylewski 2007: 155-156).
Government child care assistance may reduce child care problems for nonstandard
hour workers by offering more resources to afford child care during nonstandard
hours, but prior research suggests that nonstandard-hour workers use more informal child care arrangements (FFN) than standard-hour workers and, therefore, are less likely to receive child care assistance.
The vast majority of scholarship on nonstandard
shifts has been done in the US context, arguably a country with the most limited family and childcare policies of any industrialized country.
Work: The Nature and Challenges of Changing Employment Arrangements, ed.
Best pointed out that nonstandard
auto premiums often decline during recessions, with the lower premium adversely affecting profitability.
Reflecting this reality, 50 percent of children who lived with both parents had at least one who worked a nonstandard
But when it comes to nonstandard
shift work, a consistent schedule -- the same hours, on the same days each week -- appears to buffer the negative effects, according to Leibbrand's research.
Best's special PPNSA composite consists of 136 mostly small to medium-sized nonstandard
In this section, stability and local truncation error of the nonstandard
scheme (10) are examined.
An approvals engine constantly monitors answers to the questionnaire and routes only incomplete or nonstandard
requests for review.
It states that "unless authorized by the FAA," when it is necessary to conduct an instrument approach, "each person must use a standard instrument approach procedure." The key word there is "standard." By classifying a procedure as nonstandard
, a procedure requires authorization to fly.
In her opening essay, Gleason defines nonstandard
employment as the employment of those hired under nonstandard
arrangements "without a permanent connection to an employer." She recognizes that the term is broad and ambiguous, encompassing a large mix of different arrangements: part-time employment, hiring through temporary-help employment agencies; working as a self-employed consultant; leasing, contracting, or subcontracting employees from business service firms; multiple jobholding; working as a day laborer; and more.