The Effects of Consumption of a Healthy Diet and Exercise upon the Obesity Rate of Children in America

This design was selected because the whole research is based on the study of effectiveness of the experiment on the one the groups and comparison with the other group on which experimentation is not performed. One control group will carry the experiment on first group and the other will simply monitor the results without experimentation […]

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The Economy Through the Process of Globalization in China and Economic Transformation

The rapid economic growth in China captures the world’s attention especially after the economic reform and openness policy in 1978 as the Trade, exports and imports have enormously gone up (Refer to Figure 2). Perhaps like other developing countries, China has been experiencing an increase in economic inequality accompany with the global economic integration. As […]

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Enlightened Writers and Religion

Developed at the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the tenth century, enlightenment has its roots in ancient times and takes after Greek philosophy and its principles designed by Thales, Anaximander, Anaxagoras, Socrates, Plato, and Aristotelian school of thought as its foundation. The enlightened thinkers and philosophers refute to bow before any authority that […]

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Oral Care Practice in Intensive Care

A critical review of the literature available on the subject helps to formulate evidence-based best practice for the frequency of oral care interventions, tools used, cleaning agents, and innovative techniques suitable for intubated patients.The benefit of change management in oral care using the transformational leadership style and based on Roger’s (1983) Diffusion of Innovations Theory […]

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Edward Said on Orientalism Based on Saids Own Discussion

Orientalism and empire, American Orientalism, Orientalism today: the demonization of Islam in the news and popular media, Oklahoma City bombing, and Orientalism and the Palestinian question. Considering instability and chaos throughout the world, the paper strongly recommends everyone to watch the movie and summarizes Said’s discussion and my personal opinion about American Orientalism, and Orientalism […]

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Retail Influence of Brand Perception

In other words, current research will be a qualitative one, as it has been described in the online encyclopedia, the Wikipedia (2006) ‘Qualitative research’ involves ‘an in-depth understanding of human behavior and the reasons that govern human behavior and it also relies on reasons behind various aspects of behavior. Simply put, it investigates the why […]

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Product Design and Its Impact on Functional Product Information

Marketers and academics agree that product design is important, and there exists a large body of managerial and quantitative research on design as a component of the new product development process. Consumer research on design, however, has been somewhat limited. Consumer behavior investigations into product appearance have included examinations of behavioral responses to product form […]

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Identity and Linguistic Repression in Gloria Anzaldua’s How to Tame a Wild Tongue

For instance, issues about linguistic repression and cultural barriers face culturally diverse societies due to the existence and assertion of rights among people in the mainstream and minority cultures. Accordingly, this paper tackles the cultural and linguistic barriers faced by Chicano Spanish in the U.S. in the process of their interaction and integration in the […]

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Geographic Information System on a civil engineering

Key to this research is the various information software used in the analysis and presentation of civil engineering works. Introduction The GIS (geographic information system) is a modern scientific system and software capable of acquiring or capturing, recording, integrating and present in more clearly and understandable format for all geographic data. The system will analyze […]

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Reducing mental health recidivism in corectional facilities

The research revealed that mental illness treatment and employment services are the most effective methods that can be used to reduce mental health recidivism in correctional facilities. Introduction Mental health recidivism refers to the relapse of a prisoner’s mental health due to provision of improper rehabilitation services. Criminals, who do not receive proper mental health […]

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Psychological Treatments and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Due to the current identification of PTSD as a recognized disorder, important concerns such as determinant of failure to recuperate from a neurosis and the advancement and assessment of effective treatments have recently started to be dealt with in research employing thorough methodology (Vasterling amp. Brewin, 2005). In this literature review, the diagnostic measure for […]

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Features Of The Human Capital Management

Human capital represents the skills, knowledge, and competencies that people acquire through education, training, and experience (Mankiw, 2011, p. 538). Human capital represents commercially valuable skills (Marcus, Ippolito, amp. Zhang, 1998, p. 490) and economically productive attributes of an individual or group of people. In today’s highly competitive and complex business environment, most businesses are […]

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Elect any two countries and using the academic literature examine the impact of cultural differences on the negotiation process

Hofstede’s Cultural Typology Hofstede’s cultural dimension theory is beneficial in understanding cross-cultural communication processes and the influence of cultural differences. Hofstede found his theory beneficial for developing a model, which ranks one country against the other, on the basis of four dimensions of culture, i.e. power distance, individualism, masculinity/femininity and uncertainty avoidance (Hofstede, 1984). Culture […]

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Possibility of Opening a Warhammer Theme Restaurant in Moscow

Previous research, worldwide and target market specifics, the popularity of the tabletop game and future industry advice will be provided using tables, graphical representations, and questionnaires. The questionnaire will be distributed among specific individuals with knowledge of the game and will be asked several questions and their personal commentary on the game and its potential […]

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Charles E Bressler

Charles uses this quotation to bring to life the role a reader plays in bringing the story to life. The use of Henry James preface aids in explaining the diversity in meaning literature tends to be subjected to by the difference in knowledge and beliefs of readers. Charles uses this quotation to bring out the […]

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PHD RESEARCH METHODOLOGY PRACTICE // Topic Diversity In The Work Place A Study of the Effects of Cultural Differences on Work Objectivity and Productivity

This means that a culture can promote increased productivity or otherwise result in failure. Alternatively, culture can either enhance or deteriorate employee objectivity in a workplace. The influence on these two factors is because culture influences both the physical as well as the psychological aspects of a person.This research shall be guided by the purpose […]

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Annotated BibliographySheilaW8

It is important to know how documentation process is established as it provides for easier management.The article is an online publication. The author establishes that, due to the rise of diseases such as heart failure, which has cause massive deaths, humans still do not change their behavior to control the conditions. It proposes electronic devices […]

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You find a topic for me

It is crucially important for every individual to master the art and skill of writing particularly in the present age considering its tremendous use and application both in academic and professional domains. Today, in the 21st century, people write as never before—in print and online (Yancey 1). Some of the things that I learned in […]

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A04 Selection

Running Head: A04 Book Selection A04 Book Selection A04 Book Selection Introduction This paper is aimed at providing a detailed summary of a selected book from the International Children’s Digital Library (ICDL) at http://en.childrenslibrary.org. The book has been selected keeping in mind its educational value. The text is both entertaining and informative from not only […]

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LANGUAGE TESTING

This form of direct oral testing is known variously as oral interview, oral test, or oral examination. I will refer to it here as oral examination, as I am dealing mainly with examinations in a university context.The literature on language testing has identified a number of unsolved problems with oral examinations. Much of the discussion […]

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Literature Review on (A Different World Media Images of Race and Class Annual Children and the Media Conference Report (5th Stanford California May 68 1998)

23 October Race and Ethnics: This paper is primarily based on doing a concise literature review of the highly commendable report A Different World: Media Images of Race and Class, while taking care to highlight the main point regarding racial segregation among children from different ethnic and racial backgrounds and which also forms the bedrock […]

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The Elizabethan Era

The Elizabethan Era Brief introduction about Queen Elizabeth I (r.1558-1603) Queen Elizabeth I’s birth was on 7 September 1533 at Greenwich. Her parents were Henry VII and Ann Boleyn. Uncertainties filled her early life including the succession to the throne with the birth of her half-brother Edward in 1537. She succeeded to the slimly after […]

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Arts &amp

Cultural Policy:Chinese Cultural PolicyArts amp. Cultural Policy: Chinese Cultural Policy Arts amp. Cultural Policy: Chinese Cultural Policy The Chinese culture is in a of movement. China’s culture is being transformed and exchanged with global cultures. As a result, Chinese art is experiencing transformation. Currently, China has a new generation of creative artists whose works are […]

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Gender Roles in Childrens Books

Brott argues that a large percentage of the writers have mainly focused on male protagonists and the few that have touched on women’s issues do so from a negative point of view (Brott 23). Consequently, men’s reputation has been tarnished to a point where it is difficult to repair. Previous attempts to rectify the transgression […]

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Geert Hofstedes Cultural Dimensions

The term national culture denotes the shared values, beliefs and practices that are common to the people belonging to a particular country or region. Often a subject in anthropological and social studies, many definitions and viewpoints about culture and national culture have evolved through the ages. The term culture has various meanings, all derived from […]

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The Role of Violence in the US Counterculture of the 1960s and 1970s as It Is Related to Film

Some of the challenges included revolutionizing the culture and in the 1960s, movements that worked towards emancipating the culture from oppressions that were suppressing the rights of women and those of minority races began to rise.In addition, the Vietnam conflict was providing a resource from which to galvanize many people towards looking at the government […]

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Improving Students Achievements in Mathematics

Stage two includes the review of relevant literature. Stage three includes the design of the study. Stage four involves data collection for the study. Stage five includes the development of conclusions and recommendations. Stage six involves the development of the dissertation.Literature in the form of publications in journals and conference proceedings, white papers, reports, etc. […]

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The Analysis of Nationalism

National movements are characterized by distinct sentiments of national pride that strives for self-rule and liberty. The movement has emerged as a result of the oppression of natives by the dominant forces of the external agencies or countries. The colonization of countries occurred when British Empire and the European countries like France, Germany, and Portugal […]

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Research Methods in TESOL

The writer has identified the subject from personal experience and holds strong reason to study. The purpose of introduction to show that the writer has undergone sufficient preliminary investigation has been fulfilled in the proposal. The inadequacy of previous research has also been well mentioned (Olk, 2003).The clear definition of the statement of the problem […]

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Maize and Wheat Difference in Germination Temperature

The results are consistent with existing literature and the study concludes that wheat has lower optimal germination temperatures than corn.Temperature, as a determinant of the degree of warmth, is an important factor to germination. It has indirect effects on seed germination such as regulating effects of biotic factors in a seed’s environment. According to Rodriguez-Brljevich […]

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Total Quality Management &amp

its application in Coca-Cola Turkey. (How critical is it in a rapidly developing world for the Coca-Cola Company’s Turkey future to maintain Total Quality Management)CCI claims to be implementing TQM. Sufficient volume of literature was available on the subject of TQM, its principles and the tools to implement TQM. After review of the literature interviews […]

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Women Commit Less Crime than Men

Through the years the percentage of crimes committed by women has been increased. If taking into account the social and financial conditions of everyday life around the world, this assumption could be regarded as partially justified. However, specific measures should be taken for the limitation of the phenomenon and the decrease of the percentage of […]

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Correlation of the Degree of the Relationship between Substance Abusers and Past Experiences of Trauma

The literature seems clear that these traumas when combined with alcohol and other factors present with both alcohol use and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).Tay (2005) presents the attachment theory which says that across species, the attachment system was as important to species survival as were feeding and reproduction (p. 7). She further explains that […]

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Literary Response #5

Literary Response #5 Throughout Gwendolyn Brooks’ poetry a compelling portrait of black urban life emerges. For her work, Brooks won the Pulitzer Prize in 1950 and garnered the attention of Richard Wright, who described the way she captured black urban life as, the pathos of petty destinies, the whimper of the wounded, the tiny incidents […]

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Zeus

His ways are inscrutable and his mind too is opaque, but given that the literature says that all things happen only because Zeus allow them to happen. Conversely that nothing comes to pass without him. This is true for instance as a view of Zeus as reflected in Aeschylus plays, in particular in the ‘Agamemnon’. […]

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The head as medium and metaphor

A Cultural Inquiry It is with this premise—that art object contains cultural significance that interests to art pieces become an anthropological and historical inquiry in a sense. Such in a way that questions does not only revolves regarding information about specific art object—‘Where did it came from?’, ‘How was it made?’, ‘What material?’, ‘Who made […]

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The main aim of this study is to establish of the effectiveness of neuromuscular training to prevent of non contact anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury in female athlete (a systematic )

Preventing Non-Contact Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury in Female Athlete Flow Chart of the Literature Search References Andrew, D. L. et al., Consensus criteria for defining ‘successful outcome’ after ACL injury and reconstruction: a Delaware-Oslo ACL cohort investigation. Br J Sports Med, 49(5), pp. 335-342.Button, K., Deursen, R. v. amp. Price, P., 2005. Measurement of functional […]

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Victorian to Modern changes in Literature

The Victorian literature forms the transition between the romantic period and the much different literature of the 20th century such as the Modernist Literature. The literature of the Victorian era had several shared characteristics.The Victorian literature is also more practical and seems to reflect an increased closeness and interest to daily practical problems in human […]

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African American Slavery

Preview statement: Today, I am going to discuss the origin of slaves, the process of its abolition and education the blacks received during the time of slavery.According to Williams (1994), slaves were introduced after people started a settlement in the United States. Slavery had started in Europe spreading to other areas like the United States. […]

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Languages Reflect Societies

Does language determines thought? I never thought that I will enjoy making this paper – from researching about to the topic to writing about the subject. The short version of the first question for this assignment appeared to me like do you agree with the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis? Agreeing or disagreeing with a theory in an […]

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ADHD Impact on Academic Performance

It is immensely required that the form, relentlessness, and perseverance of this phenomenon among the children are studied comprehensively.In order to eradicate a disease, primary diagnosis is quite essential. likewise, for reducing the prevalence of ADHD among children, in-depth diagnosis is highly required. In this case, the diagnosis will be carried out through examination of […]

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Teams are seen as a necessary condition in contemporary organisations but are they effective

Teams should operate as functional units in which various knowledge stemming from individual group members becomes part of a collaborative environment. The question that has been asked is whether teams are effective, despite the literature which proposes its necessity in the contemporary business. The evidence provided suggests that teams are effective, so long as certain […]

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The Role of Internal Auditors in the Corporate Governance Framework

Internal auditing, as a framework, has been established for serving the particular organizational need.This study focuses on the role of internal auditors in the corporate governance framework. This issue is explored by referring primarily to corporate governance, as part of modern businesses. Then the role of internal auditors in corporate governance is analyzed taking into […]

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Global project management

The research has been conducted in order to identify and analyse the culture influenced problem in international project management. From the literature section, it was found that, there are large numbers of international projects that fails due to miscommunication and social fragmentation. The main argument is that, language used in social interaction create boundary for […]

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QUALITY OF LIFE YEARS OF EDUCATION AND NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE

Outline Research Hypothesis Introduction Aim of study Literature review Research Methods Interpretations/Analysis Conclusions and recommendations Post scriptResearch Hypothesis:Whether the quality of life in older adults in Cyprus may, or may not correlate with levels of education and socio-economic status in this country ? A. Introduction: Topic: This is an outline of a research paper that […]

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The Juvenile Delinquent Jamie

Jamie is currently enrolled as a second-year high school student. however, he is often truant. When he does attend school, he is frequently arguing with his teachers. It is noted, however, that during his primary school years, he was actually performing well in his studies. He also got on well with his physical education teacher. […]

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Sampling and production

Why India, Turkey, and China for Sampling and Production of Fabrics Leather industry is a well-developed industry in the Indian economy. Its potential for employment, exports, and expansion is massive. Over the decades, more and more emphasis has been placed on the planning of its development so that the returns especially from exports can be […]

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Book Success

John Supervisor Literature Book Success 19 June Introduction The assignment discusses the process of book publication. The of this paper has written a book – Green Blood. In this paper, he discusses about various modes of publication of this book and selects the most suitable.The Book – Green BloodThe genre of Green Blood is crime, […]

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Dissertation

For this reason, there is a strong need to determine the best way to increase the work motivation of the older generation employees.For this study, the researcher aims to determine whether the organization’s growth be restricted by its recruitment policies and employment motivation strategies on workers more than 50 years of age. To address the […]

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Modern Chinese Literature final paper proposal

Modern Chinese Literature: final paper proposal Irrationality of contemporary leaders as depicted in Su Tong’s My Life as Emperor [Insert [Professor] JustificationThe contemporary society is facing various challenges including corruption, poverty, poor leadership, and unabated wars that are threatening to engulf the fairly just society. However, leaders, instead of making logical and rational decisions that […]

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Drama/Literature

Drama/Literature Response Paper Arms and the Man is a play that was written by George Bernard Shaw and first performed in 1894. The play is a twisted love story between a young, engaged Bulgarian woman named Raina and a military captain, Bluntschli, that she helped to hide during the Serbo-Bulgarian War, as well as Raina’s […]

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Literature course

Why are we joking about this? It is taking away from everything we are striving for.Why is it that the media, especially television, still picture women as cooks, cleaners, housekeepers and filling gender-specific roles. This disturbs me no end. I thought all along that we were trying to be a more open-minded society where women […]

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Interview a nurse researcher

Interviewing a Nurse Researcher The essay aims to address a two-fold objective to wit to interview anurse researcher. and (2) to further investigate the research process and explore the role of the nurse as researcher.Interviewing a Nurse Researcher The author managed to interview a clinical research nurse of a certain medical group. The name of […]

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Korean Literature Sijo

Functions and roles of the Sijo poems in the society. The Sijo poems were carefully and rhythmically composed poems whose main purpose and aim transcends the barriers set by time or the dynamic nature of seasons. This is to say that as much as seasons and times keep changing, the validity and the accuracy of […]

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Plato and aristotle

Plato complains that are not reliable sources of truth about the world because they are not experts in the things they write about. Homer, for example, was not a general and thus we should not turn to him for the truth about the experience of leading men in battle. Can you think of particular works […]

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Nursing 220 topic any age group relatd to oncology hematology immunology acute neurology emergency or critcal care nursing

ach utilizing the evidence from current nursing research literature so the best nursing practice in this specific area of oncologic nursing practice is established.Review of Literature: Stanley in her note, Partners in Cancer Care published from Oncology Nursing Society has highlighted the importance and availability of best evidence for managing common cancer symptoms. Evidence in […]

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Representation

The contextual transformations challenge the traditional boundaries between the ‘thinkable’ and the ‘unthinkable’ showing that our understanding and world perception is based on beliefs and practices… which functions as a pervasive technology of control. Growth and metamorphosis are the unifying themes in the novel. out of which, is formed, the fully reconstituted spiritual knowledge and […]

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Identify And Discuss Two Key Actions Johnson &Amp

Johnson took that helped them navigate thisdivisnship aons withChapter 4 Public Opinion 75rust amand inetyPick of the LiteratureannThe New York Times, nytimes.com, and The Wall StreetJournal, wsj.comPublic relations can be practiced only by understandingitatinpublic opinion, and two of the most prominent daily forumsBoth papers, through their opinion pages and in-depthin which to study it are […]

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Fashion trends

The research Fashion trends identifies and analyzes the basic scopes of their targeted customers. The research design drew from the theme of the products the students intended to sell. Before the commencement of the research, the students analyzed the theme context of the prospective products. The analysis encompassed several dimensions. Firstly, there was an identification […]

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Fashion trends

The research Fashion trends identifies and analyzes the basic scopes of their targeted customers. The research design drew from the theme of the products the students intended to sell. Before the commencement of the research, the students analyzed the theme context of the prospective products. The analysis encompassed several dimensions. Firstly, there was an identification […]

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Fashion trends

The research Fashion trends identifies and analyzes the basic scopes of their targeted customers. The research design drew from the theme of the products the students intended to sell. Before the commencement of the research, the students analyzed the theme context of the prospective products. The analysis encompassed several dimensions. Firstly, there was an identification […]

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Fashion trends

The research Fashion trends identifies and analyzes the basic scopes of their targeted customers. The research design drew from the theme of the products the students intended to sell. Before the commencement of the research, the students analyzed the theme context of the prospective products. The analysis encompassed several dimensions. Firstly, there was an identification […]

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Fashion trends

The research Fashion trends identifies and analyzes the basic scopes of their targeted customers. The research design drew from the theme of the products the students intended to sell. Before the commencement of the research, the students analyzed the theme context of the prospective products. The analysis encompassed several dimensions. Firstly, there was an identification […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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The Hobbit Revised Version

J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit uses a number of key factors that shape his worldview. These factors include faith of the author, imagination theories of the author, Old English Literature and the middle earth in addition to life experiences of the author including conversions, war and his Oxford friends. Many people have questioned whether the Hobbit as […]

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Prostate Cancer Radiation Therapy Threatment

A review of literature was done with the keywords Proskeywordser, bladder volume, patient compliance, organ motion, set-up error, UK in speciality databases like the BiomedCentral (www.biomedcentral.com), Open Access Journal Database (www.openj-gate.com), PubMed (www.pubmed.gov), Science Direct (www.sciencedirect.com) apart from literature search in regular libraries. The results were scanned for relevance to the present research interests. While […]

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GamblePamp.G is a US company and has its main office in Cincinnati. USA.Pamp.G is one of the largest manufacturers of fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) in the world. Pamp.G enjoys a noticeable proportion of market share in numerous product categories: beauty care (Pantene, Olay, Cover Girl), paper goods (Bounty, Charmin, Pampers), food and beverages (Folgers, […]

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Hedda Gabler Play and Comparison

Hedda Gabler: Play -Movie Comparison Hedda Gabler, the famous play in world literature, was written by the Norwegian playwright Henrick Ibsen in theyear 1890 and there have been several movie versions of the play ever since its theatre production. A comparative analysis of the play and the movie versions of the classic work by Ibsen, […]

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Today, however, we will be considering the link between alcoholic abuse in adolescents and personality by reflecting upon two of the major personality traits that researchers believe to be indicative ofAlcohol is the most commonly used substance among Australian adolescents. In 2001, the National Drug Strategy Household Survey reported that approximately two-thirds of 14-17 year-olds […]

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It is evident that different leadership qualities and leader behaviors would be most important in dealing with different clinical situations that are faced by the leaders in practice. Thinking from the context of nursing, some clinical situations would demand fast actions and quick response and thinking. In contrast, some others would need an allowance of […]

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Proposal to apply in Phd program in applied linguistics

Monolithic Arabization of language policy and planning in an equally autochthonous environment of transformation would more likely produce some hetero-linguistic phenomena such as surrealist literature on the subject of linguistic dynamism and context-centric adaptation (Coulmas, 1994).The institutional parameters that have been put in place in countries like Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) […]

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Critical_Thinking and leadership

We attempt to work out increasingly more and more advanced strategies, using increasingly more and more modern approaches and methods. Herewith we often overlook that not everything that works in the West, will work in Europe same efficiently and successfully. We have different markets, different management, and other mentality. In Europe we should concentrate on […]

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5Step Approach to Biomedical Science Research

5-step Approach to Biomedical Science Research Identified a amp. Proposed a Hypothesis Arteminsims from sweet wormwood are known to be the important class of antimalarial drugs. Artemisinin-containing therapies have increased, but the mechanism of action of the sesquiterpene lactone endoperoxides is controversial. The authors had earlier demonstrated that artemisinin inhibits the SERCA ortholog of PfATP6 […]

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The London Residential Property Market

Property prices in the United States, the US began falling in 2005 making sub-prime mortgage loans more risky as the borrowers are normally expected to exercise their options to default. Consequently, the US subprime mortgage market is suffering from foreclosures arising from falling real estate prices and borrowers exercising their options to default. (Schumer and […]

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Critically Analyse the Impact of Psychological Coping Strategies on the Patients Life Outcome

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This is a far cry from what previous eras had defined for the country. In present day the people of Iraq are alleviated from burdens of decades past. These burdens were emphasized to have been political rulings that had been placed on them in the form of cruel and cold dictatorships. The main focus now […]

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Intellectual Disability

Explaining on, Henley et al (2009. p.32-34) state that this classification process assumes that assigning a student a categorical name implies knowledge about the characteristics of the student’s learning problem. This means that the essential reason for labeling students is to help educators in quickly or easily identifying the students by their disability level so […]

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Culture Profiles of the USA and India

In an individual culture, free will is highly valued. In a collective culture, personal needs are less important than the group’s needs. This dimension influences the role government is expected to play in markets. masculinity versus femininity: A measure of a society’s goal orientation: a masculine culture emphasizes status derived from wages and position. a […]

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Framework of ethics

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When people feel helpless owing to a lack of power, they indeed feel miserable. In that context everyone intends to accrue sufficient power and nobody likes to be deficient in power. The agony experienced by the characters found in multiple works of literature is many a times a direct outcome of an excess or lack […]

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Such qualities are singled out as the most effective when it comes to possessing a commanding personality, understanding and harnessing the dynamics of human behaviour and finally, as well as performing under high pressure and trying situations.The extent of demonstration of such traits influences effectiveness and performance of the followers. Therefore, it is imperative for […]

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The Nature of Theory

Most of the time, people think within the box suggesting the idea that they tend to understand matters simply based upon the utilization of their sight and their hearing sense. It could be noticed though that simply thinking within this box limits the capability of people to see only what they can and not that […]

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The Effect of Personal Characteristics on Negotiation

Miles, Hatfield, and Huseman (1989) identified a spectrum of individuals who have different equity preferences. That’s why in negotiations it could be unreasonable to adhere strictly to Adams’ ‘norm of equity’ because bargainers’ perception of what if ‘fair’ may be arbitrary. There exist two approaches to buyer-seller encounters in the literature (Bazerman et al., 2000. […]

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More often while executing care, the nurses practice with the conventional practices in the unit, rather than following the standards, guidelines, critical thinking process, and evidence from literature. It has been found that failure to prevent pressure ulcers by nurses is quite often the result of inadequate knowledge about the risk factors of pressure ulcers. […]

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To Assess the Market Potential of a New Branded Medical Drug whose Generic Commodity is Already Available in the Local Market

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Heroic Drama

As pointed out, heroic drama is interconnected with Restoration period in British history. Eugene M. Waith opined that, Consequently, when ‘heroic play’ or ‘heroic drama’ are mentioned, we think first of the period 1660-1700 (1). During this period England was undergoing internal problems. So, exaggerated heroes and heroism presented in the heroic drama well suited […]

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Purposely Ambiguous Language

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The Ruined Maid by Thomas Hardy

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Knowledge Management Processes &amp

ToolsUnder these terms, a wide range of knowledge sharing tools has been developed aiming to respond to the needs of all relevant cases. The forms and the implications of knowledge sharing, in the context of knowledge management, are examined in this paper. Two specific knowledge sharing tools, blogs and intranets, are examined and evaluated – […]

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Fossil Prehistory Chart

The particular and technical govern without regard for the issues that motivated the core foundations of the discipline. the field of anthropology included. The questions ‘Why do humans evolve?’ or ‘What is the driving force of human evolution?’ should be two of the most crucial questions in scientific discipline, and certainly shape the whole reason […]

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On Immigration Issue in the U K

The Annotated Bibliography on Immigration Issue in the U.K. presents an overview of different literature concerning the different aspects and attitude towards immigrants in the United Kingdom.The first one is a book of Philippe Legrain Immigrants: Your country needs them which was written on the issue of immigration. In the first chapters, the author sees […]

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Secularism The Hidden Origins of Disbelief

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According to Browne and Keeley (2010) when we use critical thinking, we are moving forward in decision making. Gambrill agrees with this statement because counselors have to use critical thinking in order to make better decisions. As an example, a decision based on someone’s opinion is not be as grounded as one that is based […]

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How Can SelfAwareness Support the Work of Managers

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Organization as a Metaphor

Openness of an organization to inquiry and also self-assessment inculcates this capability in the top management to take the organization to the next level by showing creativity and innovation. When an organization displays these qualities of a brain, it transforms into a learning system that can be self-organized. This is not only very convenient for […]

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The insight of Candide’s philosophical approach and the challenging will he applied in his literature makes him an iconic figure of critical literature. Voltaire’s views of political and socio-economic models of his time are visualized in his literature as a philosophical and political satire in most of his creations. He is more likely to be […]

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Developing an Auger (Earth Drill) one stage Gearbox System A comparing study between two planetary gears systems spur and h

On the other hand the helical gearbox design would require output bearings of 7309 BE while input bearings of 7209 BE. The gearing materials were found out best to be AISI 304 while the casing ought to be created from cast iron. Cost comparison shows that spur gearbox is much cheaper especially because of the […]

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It involves the element of comparing the total expected costs against the total expected benefits. To be precise it looks for one fact only. whether the project is a gain project or loss project. The literature background for such study was that previous researches showed that programs designed for early childhood involvements effected child’s health […]

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Employee Motivation at workplace

At the next level, the success of the relevant plans is not standardized. Most commonly, a series of factors appear – in the internal or the external organizational environment – which negatively influence the development of HR policies aiming to support employee motivation. Moreover, not all HR managers are able to face the challenges related […]

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The rulers enforce the Islamic law in handling the state’s executive, administrative and judicial functions. The country’s most significant natural resource is oil and the main business areas are oil refinery, jewels etc. Development plans and policies are based on the Islamic values. Background of the Study: All Saudi Arabians are Muslims and some are […]

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It argues that there is no singular nature of effective performance management, instead effective performance management exists in a fluid and contextually specific reality. The essay also considers the nature of effective performance management within the real world context of service and consultancy firms. In considering the nature of effective performance management measures, one of […]

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The Wedding Banquet

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These elements are: (a) elevation the patient’s head of the bed between 30 and 45 degree unless medically contraindicated. (b) a daily sedation vacation and assessment of readiness to ‘extubate’ unless medically contraindicated. (c) peptic ulcer prophylaxis. (d) deep vein thrombosis prophylaxis. (e) use ‘chlorhexidine’ for oral care. The entire bundle was considered compliant only […]

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Critically discuss the arguments for and against the use of fair values in the preparation and presentation of financial statements Cite literature to support your answer

As the report explores financial statements need to be comparable from one year to the next and between one company and another. However, even though fair values may be said to be current and therefore more comparable, the fact that judgement need to be exercised brings subjectivity into play. In addition to that, those judgements […]

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Fashion trends

The research Fashion trends identifies and analyzes the basic scopes of their targeted customers. The research design drew from the theme of the products the students intended to sell. Before the commencement of the research, the students analyzed the theme context of the prospective products. The analysis encompassed several dimensions. Firstly, there was an identification […]

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Workplace Safety

However, the cases of hazardous workplace injuries are still caching the attention of public. Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) is the American employee safety act which also deals with workplace safety issues. In this paper we will discuss whether OSHA is proving successful in dealing with workplace safety issues or not. Problem Statement The […]

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Why are policies in Germany so difficult to reform

These included the modern poor relief, the Bismarckian paradigm or ‘worker policy’, protocorporatist social policy, and scientific social work. While the Bismarckian paradigm addressed workers as reliant on state policy, the proto-corporatist paradigm considered them as a partial subject. The latest measures taken by ‘conservative corporatist’ or Bismarckian welfare capitalistic regimes of Germany have not […]

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Gilgamesh

The Epic Hero stands as more than just the conquerer, but also as a role model and an ideal man, an allegory for the struggle to meet one’s truest potential. Every culture has their own version of the Epic Hero, who occupies a distinct place in the scheme of the society. Separate from his contemporaries, […]

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Density

By means of displacement, the difference in the initial and final volumes of liquid used would be the volume displaced through the solid object plunged into the water, and, therefore, it serves as the volume of the material itself. At this stage, given the mass, it may be hypothesized that the mass of pennies divided […]

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Negotiation in China

As Ogilvie and Kidder (2008) have defined negotiation as the process by which individuals, business parties or countries exchange services, goods and decide an exchange rate for the exchanged goods. Both parties in negotiation try to articulate or influence each other in order to fulfillment of their own objective. Ma and Jaeger (2005) have done […]

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It is very important to prevent and manage childhood obesity appropriately. Research has shown that increased physical activity is a useful intervention to prevent and manage. Whether such an intervention is appropriate or not can be ascertained by literature search and critical review of the articles. Making clinical decisions based on appropriate evidence is known […]

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Doin the Hustle by Venkatesh and Personal Safety in Dangerous Places by Williams

Sudhir Venkatesh argues that reconstructing the informants’ perceptions of the fieldworker as, variously, academic hustler, ‘nigger just like us’ and ‘Arab’ – can aid the researcher in determining patterns of structure and meaning among the individual, group, and/or community under study. He intended his article, therefore, to reflect on informants’ construction of his subsumption within […]

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Relationship between Public Relation and Culture

Public relation practitioners, managers, and theorists have long been dealing with the concept of differences (Ainlay, Becker and Coleman 1986) and problems of communicating across cultures (Alberts 1992. Asante and Gudykunst 1989. Gudykunst 1991. Scollon and Scollon 1995. Varonis and Gass 1985. Gass and Varonis, 1991).On the other hand, some prominent public relation experts have […]

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What do you see as the main sources of Tolstoy’s struggle for meaning in his life Where do you see your own experiences mirrored in his

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