rabat (rebate) jumlah yang dikembalikan sebagai potongan setelah harga
dibayar penuh; lihat: potongan bunga rahasia - kerahasiaan bank (bank secrecy)
kewajiban bank untuk merahasiakan segala sesuatu yang berhubungan dengan
keterangan mengenai nasabah penyimpan dan simpanannya rand (rand) satuan
dasar nilai uang Afrika Selatan dan beberapa negara lain, yaitu Lesotho dan
Swaziland ratuku - serandai (on line) sistem komputer yang membukukan (
This book is an investigation of youth and adolescence in pre-industrial England. It concentrates on young people from the middle or lower groups of society, who, between 1500 and 1800, left home to work as apprentices, agricultural labourers or in domestic service. Drawing on municipal, ecclesiastical and parish records, and over 70 autobiographies, Ben-Amos focusses on aspects of youth as they related to maturation: the separation of adolescents from their parents; their working lives and relationships with their employers or masters and mistresses; the relative independence and autonomy exercised by younger women; the role of the young in religious affairs; and the question of whether there was such as thing as a youth subculture.
... such as silkmaking and the production of high-quality metal; and in those in
which the production process was particularly long, such as tanning.42 In mid-
seventeenth-century London, Lodowick Muggleton, a tailor apprentice, estimated
K. Shimamura, F.E. Karasz, J.A. Hirsch and J.C.N. Chien, Makromol. Chem.
Rapid Comnun., in press. U.C.W. Chien, F.E. Karasz, J.A. Hirsch and K. Shimamura, J. Polym. Sci.-Polym. Lett. Ed., in press. J.C.w. Chien, F.E. Karasz
and G.E. Hnek, ...
proceedings of the IFIP TC9/WG9.1 Working Conference on Information System, Work and Organization Design, Berlin, GDR, 10-13 July, 1989
This book contains 28 research papers selected from the 140 papers presented at the Berlin conference in July 1989. They focus principally on the relationship between the design of information systems on the one hand, and the design of work processes on the other. Important normative questions that need to be addressed in this context include: Where should the (re)design process begin? Should work and organization design drive information system design, or the other way round? Perhaps they are best not separated in this way? Should an information system be designed in a way that enables people to change the distribution of tasks between themselves and the information system? How can the different interests of the various stakeholders be accommodated in an appropriate design of the socio-technical system? Who should perform what tasks in the design process? This book reports on research and experiments with design processes aimed at answering these basic questions.