a series of actions advancing a principle or tending toward a particular end; "he supported populist campaigns"; "they worked in the cause of world peace"; "the team was ready for a drive toward the pennant"; "the movement to end slavery"; "contributed to the war effort"
implies that the outcome of one event is due to the influence of another. Criminologists strive to identify causal relationships. The assumption is that if causal relationships can be found then prevention measures can be more accurately defined.
A reason or condition that has brought about the developmental delay or disability in a child resulting his/her current conditions.(the thing that cause him/her, on one, something that cause a problem)
Common Cause - Influences on a process that are part of normal, everyday activity; common cause factors are usually harder to eliminate, as they require changes to the process. Special Cause - Those instances or events that impact processes only under special circumstances - i.e. not part of the normal, daily operation of the process.
Cause as used in the advanced design sense can have multiple meanings coming from Aristotle who proposed four types: "Efficient cause" is one that produces some sort of outcome. "Material cause" happens because the outcome is made of the cause. "Formative cause" is the case where the condition is an element of the outcome. "Final cause" or "teleological cause" where the outcome is the result of intention or the purpose of the antecedent condition.
a non-governmental organization (NGO) that lends a helping hand to the children of the world who, through no fault of their own, suffer from poverty, hunger, sickness, lack of education, abandonment, neglect and/or abuse
That which is responsible for any change, motion, or action; the necessary antecedent of any effect, or, in science, the invariable antecedent of a given event. In philosophy, the ultimate power that produces the being of anything.
That which creates an effect (result). If the effect is always present when the cause is present but never present when the cause is not present, causality is determined. Causes may be independent or linked to other conditions.
is the type of claim that was the principal cause of the debtor's filing. The categories are as follows: products: bankruptcies caused principally by products liability claims against the debtor fraud: bankruptcies caused principally by fraud claims (include securities fraud claims) against the company. These cases often began with financial difficulties from other causes, which were concealed from the investors until they were severe enough to cause the bankruptcy. pension: bankruptcies caused principally by pension claims against the debtor, including underfunding claims by the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation. environmental: bankruptcies caused principally by environmental claims (other than products liability claims) against the debtor patent: bankruptcies caused principally by patent infringement claims against the debtor other tort: bankruptcies caused principally by tort claims against the debtor that do not fall into any of the categories above not tort: bankruptcies not caused principally by claims in any of the categories above