This chapter deals with the processes of conducting overall analysis of all the information gathered and reviewed; checking its trustworthiness by triangulation; interpreting or making sense of findings; presentation and use of findings. As documentation is one of the most important outputs of a hygiene evaluation study, we shall demonstrate how investigation and analysis link up to report writing in practical terms. Stages of analysis and interpretation of findings There are four main stages in the analysis and interpretation of qualitative information. These are discussed in more detail in several text books including Patton, Miles and Hubermanand Silverman
Decriminalization of Domestic Violence Russia decriminalized nonaggravated battery in July of and made it an administrative offense punishable by a fine or detention.
However, repeated battery and battery committed against close relatives remained punishable under the Criminal Code. Russia amended the Criminal Code once again in February of and removed the provision regarding assaulting close relatives from the article on nonaggravated battery.
As a result, violence committed against family members has also been made an administrative offense.
Only repeated instances of battery are now prosecuted as criminal offenses and punishable by criminal law. June Decriminalization of Narcotics This report provides a review of laws adopted in 16 countries with regard to legalization, decriminalization, or other forms of regulation of narcotics and other psychoactive substances.
Individual country surveys included in this study demonstrate varied approaches to the problem of prosecuting drug use, possession, manufacturing, purchase, and sale. A report on the pending charges discusses the potential penalties for those charges and the applicable burden of proof.
A status update is provided discussing the current status of the charges, investigations, and trials. June ; June Egypt: Mohammed Morsi Trial On June 30,millions of Egyptians took to the streets to protest what they considered the failed policies of former president Mohammed Morsi and on July 3 the army removed the president from power to stand trial on criminal charges.
This report provides a brief overview of the trial, which began on September 1, It discusses the alleged facts of the case, the charges Morsi faces, and sanctions that could be imposed on Morsi and his aides unders the Egyptian Penal Code if they are convicted. Sexual Violence Against Women Violence against women has been a significant social and legal problem in Egypt for decades.
The two main legislative instruments protecting women from sexual violence are the Egyptian Constitution of and the Criminal Code of and its amendments. The Egyptian Constitution of not only preserved the rights granted to women by previous Egyptian Constitutions but also introduced more rights aimed at protecting women from other forms of violence and discrimination.
Another reform that was introduced was bargaining between the defendant and the prosecutor. In addition, the scope of evidence that must be disclosed in trials was expanded, and new measures to protect witnesses and victims were introduced.
It includes information regarding the legality of khat in each jurisdiction and, where it is banned, the applicable penalties. According to applicable tax laws or secondary sources, khat appears to be legal in Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, and Yemen, but is banned in Jordan.
Its status in Turkey, where it is categorized as a controlled substance, is unclear. Whereas it is legal under Turkish law to produce, sell, import, and export khat with a license, it appears that consumption of the substance is banned.
May Miranda Warning Equivalents Abroad This report contains short summaries describing warnings similar to the Miranda warning that are required in jurisdictions around the globe.
The warnings specified in the surveyed jurisdictions vary, but typically include the right to remain silent and the right to legal counsel.
A number of countries also specify that a person who is arrested or detained has the right to be informed of the reasons for the arrest or detention or of the charges being brought. In some countries, the additional right to have these things explained in a language the detainee understands is explicitly stated.
Countries surveyed that have no Miranda-type warning were not included. May Police Weapons in Selected Jurisdictions This report examines the weapons and equipment generally at the disposal of law enforcement officers in several countries around the world. It also provides, for each of these countries, a brief overview of the rules governing the use of weapons by law enforcement officers.
Each state and territory has its own legislation that regulates sports betting. Gambling in Great Britain is permitted and regulated by the Gambling Act Internet gambling operations fall within the purview of the Act if one piece of equipment related to online gambling is located within Great Britain.If there are several evaluation questions, group them into categories (e.g., service delivery, staff outcomes, participant outcomes, programmatic impacts).
A. Summary of Key Findings B. Final Analysis ANALYSIS AND REPORT WRITING TIPS Author: Anita Baker Consulting.
A select group of subjects that is representative of all eligible subjects constitutes the sample When sample criteria are ____________, nurses can determine if the study results are applicable to the clinical practice topic under consideration.
Reporting Research Findings 4 Reporting Research Findings Very often, you will have to write reports, a certain point of view whilst topic headings list only the topic to be discussed.
You may want to use a combination of both in your report, as the following example. oing usiness Legal research findings on business regulation and the law H ow laws and regulations affect the life of a local company is a complex question. Foreign law specialists at the Law Library of Congress provide foreign and comparative legal information and analysis through reports on popular, current, and emerging legal topics and events.
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