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Organizations relating to Patterns

Society for Light Treatment and Biological Rhythms / Zug, Switzerland / Est. 1988
International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysts / Tucson AZ, USA / Est. 1983
International Association for Pattern Recognition / Madison NJ, USA / Est. 1978
Foundation for the Study of Cycles / Albuquerque NM, USA / Est. 1940
International Learning Styles Center / Buffalo NY, USA
International Learning Styles Network / Jamaica NY, USA / Est. 1979
Sweet Adelines International / Tulsa OK, USA / Est. 1947
European Heart Rhythm Association / Sophia Antipolis, France / Est. 2003
Sociedad Latinoamericana del Ritmo Cardiaco / Montevideo, Uruguay / Est. 1979
International Federation Vo Vietnam / Lausanne, Switzerland / Est. 1987
International Society for the Study of Gregorian Chants - Internationale Gesellschaft für Studien des Gregorianischen Chorals / Landsberg am Lech, Germany / Est. 1975
European Biological Rhythms Society / Prague, Czech Rep / Est. 1978
Asia Pacific Heart Rhythm Society / Tokyo, Japan / Est. 2008
International Board of Heart Rhythm Examiners / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1985
European Network of Laboratories for Sequence Based Typing of Microbial Pathogens / Groningen, Netherlands
Melody for Dialogue among Civilizations Association / Paris, France / Est. 2004

View all profiles (16 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Patterns

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Obsessive-compulsive disorder
Educational wastage
Inappropriate local administrative organization
Failure to to observe contractual terms of payments
Seasonal unemployment
Disorders of speech fluency and rhythm
Patterns of Wind pernicious influence in the body
Desynchronization of bodily rhythm by international travel
Electoral apathy
Unproductive subsistence agriculture
Excessive population mobility
Social stratification
Disturbance to wildlife patterns of movement
Decline of human relationship to nature
Unbridled individualism
Self-satisfied style of informal leadership advisers

Action Strategies relating to Patterns

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Promoting futuric community life style
Providing alternative to traditional community patterns
Preserving traditional lifestyle
Organizing community space
Repatterning
Preserving conventional dwelling style
Communicating coherent images
Symbolizing cohesive social style
Demonstrating actional styles
Demanding continuation of primordial stories
Fostering cohesive social patterns
Patterning
Discerning aesthetic functional patterns
Recovering regional heritage patterns
Reducing preponderance of Western-style organizations
Raising authentic style
Orchestrating style impact
Demonstrating importance of style
Updating living patterns
Updating self-sufficiency patterns
Revitalizing established social patterns
Replacing antiquated thought patterns
Establishing selfhood styles
Inventing relational model for community
Preserving traditional working patterns

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