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  • 综合英语听力教程(教师用书)(第2册)[平装]
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  • 作者:郭海云(作者),赵新(编者),孙贺(编者)
  • 出版社:清华大学出版社,北京交通大学出版社;第1版(2011年12月1日)
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  • ISBN:9787512108158

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    目录

    unit 1 advertisement
    unit 2 aging
    unit 3 business
    unit 4 career
    unit 5 city and country
    unit 6 college life
    unit 7 computers and the internet
    unit 8 eating and drinking
    unit 9 entertainment
    unit 10 environment
    unit 11 family
    unit 12 festivals and customs
    unit 13 friendship
    unit 14 success and failure
    unit 15 olympics
    unit 16 health and fitness
    unit 17 hobby
    unit 18 interview
    unit 19 life-style
    unit 20 love
    unit 21 media
    unit 22 men and women
    unit 23 money
    unit 24 morality
    unit 25 science and technology
    unit 26 smoking
    unit 27 tourism
    unit 28 transport
    unit 29 war and peace
    unit 30 weather and climate

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    They say the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. Sometimes, city dwellers wish they lived in the rural areas, and rural dwellers wish they resided in the city. But is there any evidence that shows it is better to be an urban or rural resident? In particular, does urban or rural living have an effect on the health behaviours of those with disabilities?
    Recently, a health behaviours survey was completed by 280 young adults with disabilities, 19 to 35 years of age, who lived across Ontario. Of these, 52 percent resided in a city with a population of above 100, 000; 20 percent of the adults resided in a city with a population of between 30, 000 and 99, 999; I 1 percent were in a city with fewer than 30, 000 residents; and 17 percent lived in a rural area. What differences in health behaviours do you think existed in these urban and rural communities?
    Interestingly, the survey revealed few differences. In comparing urban with rural communities,the health behaviours of young adults with disabilities were discovered to be the same. For example,few smoked, drank or used illegal drugs, or did physical exercise. In both urban and rural communities, many adults with disabilities watched television more than four hours a day.
    However, the few differences among the surveys are noteworthy. Urban dwellers with disabilities felt lonelier and more helpless than their rural counterparts. Although only 35 percent of the 280 worked for pay, more adults with disabilities who lived in the city held full-time jobs,while those in the rural areas more often held part-time jobs.