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Is Foreign Direct Investment the New Aid

Growing importance has been attributed to both FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) and Foreign Aid as primary means of promoting and fostering economic growth, economic stability as a result – in some of the cases – of minimizing or eliminating poverty in developing and developed countries. (Burnside and Dollar, 2000) Various academics and practitioners have been […]

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Put the project together

Youth has always been a driving force for any society. Its involvement in criminal and gang activities can lead to social destruction.Large-scale involvement of youth in gangs has gained interest among many researchers because of the harm associated with this culture, particularly, when youth on which the future of a nation depends becomes involved in […]

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The Concept of Corporate Social Responsibility

From the debates regarding the wisdom of corporate social responsibility have arisen different categories of attitude that firms take in relation to their stakeholders.&nbsp. One of these is called strategic corporate social responsibility, an interesting perspective that is often equated with enlightened self-interest.A considerable amount of literature has been produced on the subject of the […]

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WorkRelated Project Analysis Part I

This systems analysis includes a research into the supply chain system instated by Audi. The research methodology is primarily based upon a secondary research or more specifically a literature review of magazine article, press release, case study, and a textbook. The research design follows an empirical analysis based on qualitative sources that aims to analyze […]

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Media Violence and Children

Most people play video games because they are fun and challenging but research shows that for children, certain types of video games can lead to aggression and often violence. This violence can be towards other children or it can evolve into other forms of violence. As an example, the game, "Grand Theft Auto has been […]

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Value of Physical Education

As Sallis, McKenzie, Kolody, Lewis, Marshall &amp. Rosengard, (1999, p.127) point out, “Physical educators are continually trying to justify the value of their work to avoid cuts or elimination of requirements and funding”. In order to highlight the importance of physical education, a link to academic performance would be influential. The purpose of this study […]

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Features of Mitt Romney’s Faith Speech

These sets of common beliefs provide society with a semblance of strong social bondage thus facilitating living in comparative harmony and mutual trust. Eagleton, while propagating Marxist theory, was of the view that ideological literature is often used for projecting political ideologies and vested interests of individuals with the intention of influencing the public at […]

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The War on Drugs

It has been suggested, and in some cases demonstrated, that legalizing or at least decriminalizing less harmful drugs, such as marijuana, can help to reduce the violence, significantly decrease the numbers of people incarcerated for drug use, allow more individuals to remain a contributing member of society and free up funds and manpower to combat […]

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Sharing Literature with Children

In their view, it should be entertaining, didactic, informative, and therapeutic, and it should help the child grow and develop. A children’s book should also strengthen the child’s feelings of empathy and identification.” (qt. from Oittinen, 2000, p. 65). Stories that depict various issues that relate to the children’s life situation help them deal with […]

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Effective Attributes of Followers in a Leadership Process

The opening focuses on reflections of the event of the negotiation activities within a virtual learning environment (Lewicki, Saunders, Minton, &amp. Barry, 2003. McKeachie &amp. Svinickie, 2011. Oxford Brooks University, 2009). It is argued that the course of the negotiation was successful in preparing the learner for further leadership roles (Brookfield, 1995. McKeachie &amp. Svinickie, […]

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Economic growth

However, the index is limited in that it ignores the relationship of the attributes that are used to construct it. As such, two countries can have the same HDI but have different levels of education standards or health care. In order to eliminate the limitations of the HDI and traditional models that are used to […]

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INDEPENDENT PAPER

rch exist on corporate and market strategy of companies in domestic market, yet literature is pretty scarce when it comes to shedding light on corporate and market strategy of companies, while they enter new international territory (Deng, et al., 2012). On the other hand, consideration of research works of Chen and Ho (2004) and Deng, […]

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Hate crime a moder phenomenon

Therefore, the objective of this study is to conduct a comprehensive review of related literature to somehow close the gap in current scholarship about hate crime. Another objective is to broaden these analyses to other contexts, such as cultural and social. Moreover, defining, measuring, and explaining hate crime is challenging. After reviewing and summing up […]

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Reviewing the Literature and Applying Theory

Critical Appraisal al Affiliation) Critical appraisal relates to the systematic process of analyzing research material toestablish its value, relevance, usefulness, and validity to a defined research question (Fineout-Overholt, Melnyk, Stillwell, amp. Williamson, 2010). Critical appraisal is fundamental in evidence-based practice since it aims at assessing the quality of research evidence and deciding whether the research […]

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Conflict and friendships

l consensus among developmental psychologists that security is one of the most important properties of children and adolescents’ relationships with their friends. For example, when compared with securely attached individuals insecurely attached persons usually display lower levels of companionship with their friends, lower security levels, which are reflected in lower expectations from the friendship to […]

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Philosophical debates

Terrorism in the 21st century is very different than terrorism in the time of John Locke or Edmund Burke. In the past, acts of terrorism—which can bedefined as attacks on civilian targets rather than military targets—were often committed as part of a campaign of independence or to achieve a nationalist goal. They were often geographically […]

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Are we prepared

Are We Prepared? Are We Prepared? Hospitals and other health facilities are expected to maintain high standards of disaster and emergency preparedness. Disaster preparedness is both a requirement of the state and the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) (Adini et al, 2006). Disasters can either be natural or manmade and may come […]

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The Diary of Samuel Pepys

In the past, it was assumed that the comic scenes were additions by other writers. However, most scholars today consider the comedy an integral part of the play, as its tone shows the change in Faust’s ambitions. (Anon) With greater recognition, Faust became a Grand Opera, ending tragically in death. Paul’s death in Cather’s short […]

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Designing and Implementing Effective HRD Programs

Designing and Implementing Effective HRD ProgramsPart A:While reviewing the given literature, the two concepts that I found really interesting were the selection of training methods and appropriate resources, and evaluation processes. Employee development needs to a direct alignment with an organization’s strategic objectives and overall business performance. Where trainings and development is considered integral for […]

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The Transformation of the Social Sphere

It also kept the general population informed on current affairs, helped the educational system and provided literature to entertain the people. The next biggest invention that impacted mass media was the radio. The radio united humans by adding the cognitive element of beingnbsp.able to hear additional communicative elements such as vocal inflexion as information travelled […]

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Research Critique Opioid Use in Hospice

1000 Being a secondary qualitative study, the author has referred to previous studies on the research topic to identify trends in opioid use on patients with renal impairment. In this regard, there has been an appropriate reference to both quantitative and qualitative literature on the research topic. To engage in a comprehensive literature search, the […]

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Distributive Bargaining Strategies

In the case of distributive bargaining both the parties try to maximize their gains and minimize the losses. Negotiators, in this case, try to promote their own interests so that they do not look weak in the eyes of the other party. The concept of negotiation and bargaining has been found to be important in […]

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American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic

The duration and severity of symptoms decide the treatment strategy. The biopsychiatrists discuss mental illness with limiting biological criteria which includes heritability, biochemical markers, and anatomical lesions. The federal mental health policy includes all disorders in DSM. In order to receive appropriate treatment, care, and respect to seriously mentally ill populations. policymakers and clinicians have […]

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See the instruction

Elements of Gothic Literature It is quite easy to identify Gothic literature basing on the effect the literature has on a person. Normally, such literature results in feelings of gloom, suspense and mystery, given the different elements that characterize the plot. However, these may as well induce feelings of thrill as a person experiences horror […]

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The Desighn evenet managment

Organization of events strongly affects society as a whole. In some countries, this is a serious industry, bringing the state many billions in taxes. You can use it to attract a lot of tourists (such as carnivals in Rio de Janeiro or Venice is visited by hundreds of thousands of people), it becomes a significant […]

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Employee Relations in British Airways and Jet Airways

The context of the employee relations theories is presented in the literature as follows: ‘from the unitarist perspective conflict between labour and management is viewed as being both unnecessary and avoidable. conflict occurs because of poor communication’ (Leat, 2001, 15). on the other hand, ‘the pluralist perspective assumes that decision – making processes within the […]

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Ancient Egyptian literature

Ancient Egyptian Literature Introduction In the story of The Tale of Two Brothers the aspects of deceit, sexual dominance, and revenge are significant in conveying meaning of the text. In addition, the aspect of the vicious struggle for power between the sexes, which comes out clearly, is useful in illustrating the text’s meaning. As one […]

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Hitchcock film analysis

In the case of this movie, such an effect is still powerful even in a modern age of high technological development and the special effects involved in film production. In fact, the way Hitchcock shocks people’s minds in his horror movies is rather psychological than visual. And so, in a given paper the ability of […]

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Argument paper about Kary Meyers Skredsvig’s article Eve’s Daughter Mary’s Child Women’s Representation in Hawthorne’s ‘The Birthmark’

Kary Meyers Skredsvig argues in her article Eves Daughter, Marys Child: Womens Representation in Hawthornes The Birthmark’ that traditional analysis of the work are lacking. The author explains that many feel that the most important theme in The Birthmark is an exploration of the interplay and conflict between humanism and science. The doctor uses all […]

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Learning Theories as an Essential Consideration for the HRD Practitioner in Developing and Enhancing Learning

5250 This research will begin with the statement that with the increasing globalization and the free-trade regime, organizations are faced with new challenges to maintain their viability and to stay ahead of the competition. As such, the organizations are now increasing emphasis on individual and collective learning to enhance their competitive advantages. The HRD practitioners […]

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Decline of US Hegemony in Global Security Relations and the Rise of Security Governance

In the last 20 years, the global governance concept has come up as a fundamental theoretical approach, which has suggested a move away from the Cold War era’s state-dominated bi-polar nature in international security. Instead, this shift has seen the emergence of a new multi-lateral and multi-polar international security architecture where international, non-state, and state […]

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Plagiarism Joe Biden

Joe Bidens Plagiarism Scandals We have all heard the saying that no one is more dishonest than a politician, but this issue is more than a comedic accusation. While plagiarism may be something that people take lightly, thinking that it pertains only to students in academia, it is actually a very serious crime (Park 2003). […]

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Open Topic

Do the benefits of transporting hazardous material by rail outweigh the costs and damage on the environment? The following study into quantitative and ecological risk analysis of the transportation of hazardous chemicals by train across the United States. The study employs findings and conclusions made by former literature conducted over the effects of transporting hazardous […]

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Critical Review Assignment

One of such is to determine the level of utilization of health care in the country. In answering this, the researchers set out to determine the means that people use in seeking medical services. They try to determine the number of people with insurance services and compare the quality of services such people receive from […]

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AIDS Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome

This virus destructs the immune system of the body, thus making it incapable to combat against viruses, bacteria, and fungi which cause infection in the body. It greatly weakens the body defense system which makes the person susceptible to carcinomas and infections like pneumonia and meningitis (Weeks amp. Alcamo, 2010). There are four major routes […]

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A to Rutgers University about the increasing problem of mixing energy drinks with alcohol on college campuses

On college campuses, a high concentration of the age group likely to use these beverages is found, putting universities in a unique position to provide educational and preventative interventions. On November 17, 2010, the United States Food and Drug Administration issued written warnings to manufacturers of alcoholic beverages with added caffeine (FDA, 2010). The FDA […]

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Bristish literature

4. The significance of place. You might approach this topic by considering London across time, say from Pepys to Dracula. How is the described? What sensations does it engender? What kinds of life does it foster and/or stifle? You might think instead of how different authors create symbolic geographies, Pope’s Hampton Court, Wordsworth’s Wye Valley, […]

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2007 Special Olympics World Summer Games

The particular aspects of the marketing strategies applied during these Games are analyzed highlighting the importance of following specific rules when using marketing in the area of sports activities. On the other hand, the particular characteristics of marketing are presented taking into account the fact that marketing is significant for the successful completion of sports […]

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DOES UK DISCRIMINATION LAW PREVENT DISCRIMINATION IN THE UK RESTAURANT INDUSTRY extra literature review

The study found that discrimination in the workplace is a common risk factor for mental disorders and the authors offer the opinion that provision of job opportunities alone may not be adequate to address the problem. Rather, the health and well being of minority employees can be improved by improving working conditions, challenging discrimination and […]

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Transformational Leadership

Greenleaf in 1997, Press. According to the theory, a servant leader emphasizes the good of followers over self-interests of the leader by: (a) valuing and developing people, (b) practicing authenticity in leadership, (c) building community, (d) providing leadership for the good of followers, and (e) sharing status and power for the common good of followers, […]

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APN Professional Development Plan

The discussion that follows will outline an APN professional development plan as well as give the role of the advanced practice nurse. The APN professional development plan would involve six aspects. First is the attendance of continuing education forums like conferences, workshops, clinical updates and rounds that target clinical treatment. Second, the APN can critically […]

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Advocacy organization

First Sur Advocacy Organizations The National Book Foundation website has a mission to celebrate the best American literature, expand its audience coverage as well as enhancing the cultural values and award the great American writers. The Foundation has established programs such as the National Book Awards (NBA). NBA has built a reputation for recognizing literary […]

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The Vertical Boundaries of The Firm

Alternatively, we also have the sensible desire that is thought to be essential in editing such entities, even when the desires to leave best scenes on floor exist for the success of organizations. In the management literature, the tendency is often to err, especially for the previous direction. this phenomenon is what makes the literature […]

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Literature review on Consumer Choice

The aim is to explore additional alternatives or wait. Whether mundane or not, these choices describe and shape lives. The author asks hard questions on how to choose. The author researches on whether the desire is inborn or developed. According to this literature review, the decisions we make have enormous consequences. According to B. Schwartz, […]

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Thinking about literature review

Literature Review The use of computer networks has contributed to many advantages especially language learners (Chen et al., 2010). Language learners are able to retrieve and publish texts and multimedia materials through computer networks. Moreover, languages learners are able to communicate within and beyond classroom. Network-Based Language Teaching (NBTL) refers to the use of computers […]

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Community research

Study Research Study Research Advantages I see in using qualitative methods in nursing study. One advantage of qualitative methods in nursing research is dynamism. Qualitative methods are always active and conditional since new findings can disprove them (Connelly, 2009). Another advantage is allowing nursing researchers to refer their studies to domains. Relationships between these domains […]

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Critique of an Article Altered Glucose Metabolism rather than Nave Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Is Related to Vitamin D Status in Severe Obesity by Bellan

The research is important to other researchers who may be interested in any of the study’s variables, care personnel, and patients with obesity. Researchers can use the study’s findings and conclusions to frame and advance more focused studies while care personnel may apply the developed knowledge to improve the efficiency of their services to patients […]

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Analysis paper 2

The key focus areas are in the textile and clothing industries, in the entertainment field, in factory farms, and in scientific laboratories. Among the causes that it is active in include abuse of domesticated animals, cruelty in the annihilation of animals that are deemed as pests but serve a useful role in various ecologies, and […]

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Challenges in College Recruiting

Challenges in College Recruitment: Project Proposal Project Proposal: Challenges in College Recruiting Topic This research will focus on identifying the challenges facing recruiting students who wish to enroll in particular institutions of learning. Normally, the process of recruitment and orientation is rocked by numerous challenges. Most of these challenges go unreported or unnoticed due to […]

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Chinese economic

Chinese Economic Living Standards: Incomes, Inequality and Poverty This chapter presents insights about the economic performance of the Chinese population by analyzing their living standards in terms of incomes, inequalities and poverty. The chapter explicitly provides evidence on the income growth on the Chinese people. China is portrayed as a growing economy with rapid growth […]

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Nursing research EvidenceBased Practice and Nursing Research

Evidence-Based Practice and Nursing Research Evidence-Based Practice and Nursing Research Evidence based nursing practice refers to a form of health care which contains the complete research findings and the application in the department’s practical work. The research that support the evidence based practice generally comprise of the work from nurses, researchers all over the world […]

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The Donahue Study

These empowerment structures strengthen the individuals ability to accomplish things within an organization. This theory was originally meant to be applied to the business realm, but was applied in several studies to health care. Laschinger’s conceptual model is the theoretical framework applied to nursing which was based in Kanter’s theory serves as the theoretical framework […]

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Mandatory Drug Testing for People on Welfare

Mandatory Drug Testing for People on WelfareI. SummaryThe Welfare Reform Act of 1996 gave states the authority to drug test individuals who were receiving welfare benefits (ACLU, 2008). It did not, however, create legislation that made such tests mandatory. The debate has been raised as to whether or not mandatory drug testing is appropriate before […]

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Research methods

Literature Review Analysis Literature Review Analysis Is this a scholarly source? How do we know? Schweller’s work qualifies to be a scholarly source because he is an expert in the field of international security. His names and credentials are present on the first page of the paper. He is well versed with the subject he […]

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A rose for Emily research paper

The readers were told that Emily bought arsenic and that a strange odor appeared around the house for a few weeks and then disappeared. During the years Miss Emily isolated herself from the society in town and only after she dead did they discovered in a locked room the decomposed body of her alleged fiancé. […]

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A rose for emily by william faulkner

From New Albany, their family moved to Ripley because of their father’s work. Their father worked as a treasurer for a railroad business that the grandfather of William once owned. Because it was sold to outsiders, the father of William decided to become a rancher but the mother of William went against it (Porter 12). […]

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African immigrants living in the U S

They are looked down as colored people, who are inferior. Black students in schools suffer prejudice from the teachers and other students. Even after centuries, this racism and discrimination based on color can still be seen occasionally. However, situation has improved for the Africans. Despite racism, which exists even now, Africans are accepted in almost […]

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Non-verbal forms of behavior are expressive while verbal behavior is indicative. In a normal communication between two people, only one-third of the meaning is transmitted on a verbal level while two-thirds on a non-verbal level (Sielski, 1979). Nonverbal communication provides an insight into why people behave as they do. Such insight and information is invaluable […]

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Problems within Family Violence

Unfortunately, despite all the efforts, the research of child abuse, intimate violence, and elder abuse still poses the list of challenges caused by the nature of these problems. At the same time, enhancing the methodology of investigation and introducing the new approaches to the process are the conditions of maintaining the healthy environment in the […]

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Healthcare Professionals Assuming Active Administrative Roles

The section introduces healthcare’s complexity and its suggestion for medical practitioners to assume administrative roles. This is because they have adequate information and experience regarding what the field entails contrary to politicians or other policymakers. The latter groups do not have the necessary experience coupled with knowledge on how to promote the fields’ effective professional […]

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review of workforce diversity in healthcare Properly diverse health care personnel help in expanding health care access for most of the underserved. and also adequately foster research in main neglected areas that are linked to the societal needs. A diversified, skilful, and enriched team of managers or policymakers are vital meeting the recurrent needs of […]

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Government Intelligence Agencies

Finally, during the 1980s, there was an emphasis on intelligence issues including the threat of terrorism in the discourse. The so-called 9/11 attacks intensified the discussion on these concerns, producing a large body of literature that explores US homeland security threats. This development highlighted in the literature high-level turnover, overlapping responsibilities among intelligence agencies as […]

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Intensive Education to Medical Doctor

Intensive education to a medical doctor is a requirement to all medical practitioners, lowers risks in this profession, relevantly serves the patients, and is thus subject to compliance. The topic Intensive Education to a Medical Doctor is a very significant research study. The research on this topic will help me to analyze the medical requirements […]

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Paradise lost

PARADISE LOST Literature connection The use of metaphor in paradise lost is excellent with the use of Epic simileparticularly evident in the whole poem. The representation of Satan as a wandering spirit and comparison with the whale in the sea illustrates the metaphorical illustration of the behavior of the whale in the sea. The mind […]

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Entrepreneurship in developing countries A case stady of Equatorial Guinea Can entrepreneurship provide the economic diversification needed to survive outside the oil industry

This study seeks to explore the reasons why there is a dearth of entrepreneurs in Equatorial Guinea and the difficulties encountered by those already established in the country. The study examines the difficulty in registering firms, intricacy of obtaining credit and lack of government incentives. Similarly, the study examines the role of entrepreneurial education and […]

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Can Terrorism Ever Be Justified

The above suggestions could possibly help towards the limitation of violent conflicts in countries worldwide. however this outcome could not be regarded as guaranteed. the appearance and the development of violent conflicts in states internationally cannot be eliminated. it could only be appropriately controlled ensuring that no case of risk for the public safety will […]

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International personnel and development

recruitment and selection process, management development and performance appraisal has a significant effect on the international reward and compensation packages a company is offering to the expatriates. Therefore, international HR management should take it as a challenge to avoid possible weak points in its international reward and compensation packages. To avoid legal issues in other […]

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Entrepreneurship and starting a small Business

Finally, conclusions with key findings and appropriate recommendations have been made. Starting one’s own business is an exciting, promising and high-risk proposition that usually stems from one single idea or a need. Study related to this process, usually referred to as entrepreneurship, has emerged as one of the most important outcomes of globalization. While significant […]

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Transnational Corporate Crime

The increasingly globalized nature of crime has made its impact more far reaching than it is conceived in ordinary course of life. The overall nature and sophistication with which white collar crimes are specially committed are considered as simply as amazing by any standards.(Carrabine, Ignaski amp. Lee, 2004). The corporate scandals that have come out […]

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Voluntary/assisted Euthanasia

Voluntary/ Assisted Euthanasia Voluntary /Assisted Euthanasia Voluntary/Assisted euthanasia has been an issue of debate around the globe. It has been subjected to legal, ethical and religious implications. Euthanasia is an act whereby a clinical practitioner takes direct steps which result in the death of the patient in accordance with the wish of the patient. On […]

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Performance of Emerging Financial Markets

The recent recession has led to the downfall of many financial companies, banks, manufacturing companies and stock markets all over the world. Companies have been wiped out or taken over, property rates have crashed and gold prices have soared in the past one-two years. The situation has however not been too grave in emerging markets […]

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Selfesteem (Literature Review)

d concept which has developed over time and it depicts the quality of an individual because of which he can cope up with the strenuous tasks that come in his/her way. The concept evolved because of many things which lay in the very core of self leadership but the ground substance for self leadership has […]

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Mental Health

This research study adopts an ‘interpretivism’ epistemology because the qualitative approach is more investigative (Goldkuhl, 2012, p. 138-140). This is because understanding the suitability of medical practices and tools qualitatively requires the use of distinctive opinions and thoughts than it is in using quantitative methodology. Besides, the study focuses on answering epistemic questions mainly approaching […]

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Concepts of Culture and Society

Concepts of Culture and Society Before going into the discussion regarding concepts of culture and society, let us get a better understanding of what culture and society actually are. Culture is one of the most important elements of any society. It is a pattern of such characteristics and behaviors that a person exhibits living in […]

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et al. (2007). The Effectiveness of HIV Partner Counseling and Referral Services in Increasing Identification of HIV- Positive Individuals: A Systematic Review. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 33(2S), 89-100. The central idea addressed is that a PCRS effort that employs the use of provider referral is effective in identifying people infected with HIV. However, this […]

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Exercises from pan text

This is because the necessity of the qualitative research needs to be presented and analyzed, thus providing for more than just a basic study of the literature. At this point, I am actually thinking of using both qualitative and quantative literature reviews. I feel that a combination of the two will provide for a very […]

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Shakespeare Comedies

nd the critics declared his comedy as the most refined pieces of art and literature, even Aristotle has stated comedy as a mean form of the imitation of real life. But it is not applied to Shakespearean comedies, which serve as the guiding star for the future generations to come. Shakespeare does not take comedy […]

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Safety behaviour

is an example of a good market leader (Khanh, 2011). The modern business environment does not allow application of piecemeal improvements. Companies do not have any route to success apart from undergoing performance transformations to attain and maintain a top status. Most literature covers ways of implementing transformations without considering the role of leadership in […]

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Buddhist teachings

1. Buddhism deals with our daily problems and helps to understand ourselves. Its basis may be explained in several central concepts. The three marks of reality are shared by all sentient being and include impermanence, suffering or imperfectness and non-self. Impermanence means that all conditioned things are constantly in flux. Everything suffers while its existence, […]

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Motivation in work place

actor of motivation of the employees in the workplace is extremely important for deciding the performance levels of an organization which functions in the healthcare segment. As such, this research is conducted to evaluate the existing motivation levels, strategies and performance within the organization. Also, the motivation strategies that can be used by the business […]

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Planning and Goal Setting

Planning and Goal Setting School Planning and Goal Setting Question Let’s suppose we have a bakery that produces gluten-free products. Vision Statement: To make our bakery the ultimate choice of customers. This vision statement can be improved by making it more focused. This can be achieved by defining what we do that would help us […]

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Economic Growth and Unemployment

2.1 Theories of Economic Growth in UK For several years, economists have debated on the drivers of economic growth of a country. In this section of the research proposal, certain ideas of economists will be reviewed to present a concrete idea about the driving factors. According to articles released by Tutor2u (2010), the best definition […]

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Research Methodologies

des the people who are categorized in elderly group, the increasing and widening gap, the people with disabilities and also dismantling the welfare of the public sector. The main purpose and aim of the study is to determine the organizational development of the human services in the multicultural organizational development and also determining the barriers […]

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The Effects of Bullying In Relation to a Childs Performance both Academically and Socially

School bullying is a pervasive problem found in primary, middle and high schools across the United Kingdom and around the world. As an international phenomenon, school bullying occurs at similar rates in disparate cultures, countries, and educational settings (Carney amp. Merrell, p364-382, 2001). Once seen as a normal, if not harmless part of growing up, […]

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Qualitative Annotated Bibliography

According to the authors, these three were listed as the most common adverse events that occur in the intensive care unit. They suggest that to prevent the occurrence of these complications, it is important that the nurses implement evidence-based practice while handling critically ill patients. The study adopted a qualitative focus group study involving thirty-four […]

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Cause teen depression

In terms of family relationships, these relationships refer to the bond that exist between the teen and their family, in terms of how close the teen is both geographically and emotionally to his/her family, whether there are family issues such as mental illness, and other factors. Another possible cause is a breakdown in social belongingness: […]

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The State of Studies A Literature Review

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations, or what people mostly knew as ASEAN, was Southeast Asia’s geopolitical and economic organization which was established by its Founding Fathers such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand on 8 August 1967. It had extended its membership to another five (5) countries namely Brunei, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar, and […]

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I need help with the questions in attached document There are 3 questions and i need at least 23 paragraph

Question I need help with the questions in attached document. There are 3 questions and i need at least 2-3 paragraph answers on each questions. Running head: ENGLISH LITERATURE 1 ENGLISH LITERATURENameInstitutionCourseDate ENGLISH LITERATURE The Renaissance Theater was a fused theater, permitting all different social groups and classes… English Literature

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Examine the project scope management process for ABC company Assume you are a project manager for an IT project

Question Examine the project scope management process for ABC company. Assume you are a project manager for an IT project (any of your choice) so evaluate how effectively you can manage the entire process. Defend it with proper references and citations, a. Title and Introduction (5) b. Main Headings with proper distribution of scope management […]

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Great leaders attract a great following Whether in business politics religion or even in communities

Question Great leaders attract a great following. Whether in business, politics, religion, or even in communities, leadership summons people to the challenge. In organizations, the leader-follower dynamic is evident in processes, policies, and programs. Positionally, leaders not only achieve the desired results; more so, they motivate those around them to perform better. Personally, leaders gain […]

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a poem from this week’s readings, or another Question Select a poem from this week’s readings, or another from Literature. Complete the POETRY WORKSHEET. Be sure to answer each question thoroughly, with at least 3-5 sentences and quotes from the text when appropriate. Format your assignment according to appropriate course-level APA guidelines. Submit your assignment […]

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What is the best way to write a literature review? This is what I have so far for my references Also here is a

Question What is the best way to write a literature review? This is what I have so far for my references. Also here is a sample from the Professor. Running head: LITERATURE REVIEW 1 Literature ReviewStudent NameProfessor Name12 April 2017 LITERATURE REVIEW 2Literature Review Role of Employee as a Strategy to Enhance ProductivityAccording… Management

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Develop an essay of 750-1000 words. Be sure to argue a particular point of view in your essay Surname 1Name:Instructor:Course:Date:The Significance of Symbolism in Wuthering HeightsLiterature is concerned with any written productions such as writings and bookspublished on different… Literature

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What research and literature can you find that speaks to the cultural influence on ethical behaviors? Cultural

Question What research and literature can you find that speaks to the cultural influence on ethical behaviors? Cultural values, religious beliefs, educational attainment, and socioeconomic status all impact how one ethically behaves, but is this shown in research? Which values have the most impact on ethical behaviors? Please use research to support your response. Social […]

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Minimum 200 words

It has been said that an important characteristic of a piece of literature is its ability to Question Minimum 200 words. It has been said that an important characteristic of a piece of literature is its ability to produce in the reader a sense of confusion, of pleasure and unease. Select a British literary work, […]

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This week we shift the focus to a growing genre of literature nonfiction We can cite examples such as Langston

Question This week, we shift the focus to a growing genre of literature: nonfiction. We can cite examples such as Langston Hughes’s, Salvation, and Andrew Lam’s, Waterloo, as mainstays of nonfiction. Nonfiction writing involves a keen eye for detail and a willingness to examine and sometimes challenge societal norms. Discussion Question: Writing

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TopicsChoose one of the following topics to review Explain how a firm’s human resources

Question Topics Choose one of the following topics to review: Explain how a firm’s human resources influence organizational performance. Describe how firms can use HR initiatives to cope with workplace changes and trends such as a more diverse workforce, the global economy, downsizing, and new legislation. Explain why employees join unions. Define human resource management. […]

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Need help developing an oral presentation that encompass and define the following How can we

Question Need help developing an oral presentation that encompass and define the following: How can we help reduce suicide, drug use, depression, stigmatization on the LGBT community, while promoting understanding, tolerance and better health care Frame the selected issue within your field of study (Psychology) Explain the significance of the issue (in the social aspect) […]

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Directions Write an 8 10 page paper double spaced (including cover page and works cited)based on your

Question Directions: Write an 8 – 10 page paper double spaced (including cover page and works cited) based on your research of a poet and the explication of at least three of that poet?s works. You are to consult at least three outside sources (meaning sources other than PoetryFoundation.com and FamousPoetsand Poetry.com for your information. […]

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