Toyota Creativity and Innovation Assessment

Toyota employs its expertises in a variety of other fields such as housing (Toyota Home), financial services (Toyota Financial Services), technology communications, marine, biotechnology afforestation and GAZOO (Toyota).In 2007, while celebrating its 70th anniversary, Toyota Motor Corporation sold 9.34 million vehicles making a profit of $13.7 billion. Having surpassed in size and profitability General Motors’ […]

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Office Depot

Office Depot generated sales revenues of $15,010,781 in 2007 (Annual Report, 2007). However, the costs of goods sold and other operating expenditures left Office Depot with only $516 million in assets, which has led to decreased stock/share value for investors and has given Office Depot considerable financial challenges. This change in stock value occurred in […]

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Politics in Application and Practice

Politics is a universal activity. Therefore, political education requires a deeper understanding of political activity and widespread knowledge about it. Political activity is the fundamental ingredient of politics and emerges from politics. This means that politics and political activities are one and the same. Thus, politics is an embodiment of political activity (King, 1977. Pages […]

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A Trip to the Theatre

On February 13th, 2010, I attended a performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Rose Theatre in London. The cast included Dame Judi Dentch, someone I was familiar with from her role in Casino Royale as the supervisor of James Bond. Her portrayal of Titania was as expected as she is considered a great […]

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Managing Integrated Global Supply Chain

Just selling a final good product isn’t enough. professional customers tend to visualize their deals as a permanent establishment of sustainable partnerships, and viable networks which, if not fulfilled, can cause a tremendous loss in value and image acquired from years of consistent value delivery to 100% satisfied customers.A look into Wal-Mart’s existing supplier chain […]

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What Feminism Is

Men had more rights, and it seemed to be the most natural thing.The term “feminism” generally meant “the qualities of females during the mid-1800s. (Sally Haslanger. Topics in Feminism, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) But in a way, it sort of distinguished women from men and may have led some women to start comparing the rights […]

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The Philosophy of NonViolent Protest

Thoreau’s civil disobedience model has continued to influence political leaders in contemporary history and prime examples include Dr. Martin Luther King, Mahatma Gandhi and Cesar Chavez, who adopted Thoreau’s philosophy to effect significant social and political change (Powers et al, 1997, p.360). Indeed, academic commentators have suggested that whilst Dr. Martin Luther King, Mahatma Gandhi […]

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Management and Leadership of Marriott International

Even though leadership and management styles have been written about much later, but research suggests that both these have been in practice throughout recorded history. Different leadership and management theories have been espoused by different authors. The concept of ‘organization culture’ has become popular since the early 1980s (Hofstede, 2005). There is a definite co-relation […]

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The Nursing Philosophy

Each patient has multiple components that are responsible for making each person unique and special—these are biological, psychological, socio-cultural, and spiritual. The patient has a capacity for growth and development as well as the desire to obtain the maximum capacity to enhance one’s potential.The state of good health is not merely the absence of disease […]

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Toyota Creativity and Innovation Assessment

Toyota employs its expertises in a variety of other fields such as housing (Toyota Home), financial services (Toyota Financial Services), technology communications, marine, biotechnology afforestation and GAZOO (Toyota).In 2007, while celebrating its 70th anniversary, Toyota Motor Corporation sold 9.34 million vehicles making a profit of $13.7 billion. Having surpassed in size and profitability General Motors’ […]

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Office Depot

Office Depot generated sales revenues of $15,010,781 in 2007 (Annual Report, 2007). However, the costs of goods sold and other operating expenditures left Office Depot with only $516 million in assets, which has led to decreased stock/share value for investors and has given Office Depot considerable financial challenges. This change in stock value occurred in […]

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Politics in Application and Practice

Politics is a universal activity. Therefore, political education requires a deeper understanding of political activity and widespread knowledge about it. Political activity is the fundamental ingredient of politics and emerges from politics. This means that politics and political activities are one and the same. Thus, politics is an embodiment of political activity (King, 1977. Pages […]

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A Trip to the Theatre

On February 13th, 2010, I attended a performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Rose Theatre in London. The cast included Dame Judi Dentch, someone I was familiar with from her role in Casino Royale as the supervisor of James Bond. Her portrayal of Titania was as expected as she is considered a great […]

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Managing Integrated Global Supply Chain

Just selling a final good product isn’t enough. professional customers tend to visualize their deals as a permanent establishment of sustainable partnerships, and viable networks which, if not fulfilled, can cause a tremendous loss in value and image acquired from years of consistent value delivery to 100% satisfied customers.A look into Wal-Mart’s existing supplier chain […]

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What Feminism Is

Men had more rights, and it seemed to be the most natural thing.The term “feminism” generally meant “the qualities of females during the mid-1800s. (Sally Haslanger. Topics in Feminism, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) But in a way, it sort of distinguished women from men and may have led some women to start comparing the rights […]

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The Philosophy of NonViolent Protest

Thoreau’s civil disobedience model has continued to influence political leaders in contemporary history and prime examples include Dr. Martin Luther King, Mahatma Gandhi and Cesar Chavez, who adopted Thoreau’s philosophy to effect significant social and political change (Powers et al, 1997, p.360). Indeed, academic commentators have suggested that whilst Dr. Martin Luther King, Mahatma Gandhi […]

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Management and Leadership of Marriott International

Even though leadership and management styles have been written about much later, but research suggests that both these have been in practice throughout recorded history. Different leadership and management theories have been espoused by different authors. The concept of ‘organization culture’ has become popular since the early 1980s (Hofstede, 2005). There is a definite co-relation […]

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The Nursing Philosophy

Each patient has multiple components that are responsible for making each person unique and special—these are biological, psychological, socio-cultural, and spiritual. The patient has a capacity for growth and development as well as the desire to obtain the maximum capacity to enhance one’s potential.The state of good health is not merely the absence of disease […]

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Wk3SG

Nurse Educator Philosophy Statement Scoring Guide CRITERIA NON-PERFORMANCE BASIC PROFICIENT DISTINGUISHED Formulate an informed nurse educator philosophy statement. Does not formulate an informed nurse educator philosophy statement. Creates an incomplete nurse educator philosophy statement. Formulates an informed nurse educator philosophy statement. Formulates an informed nurse educator philosophy statement, and ensures the statement is grounded in […]

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Week1AssignmentPersonalPhilosophyofTeachingPartI

                                               Personal philosophy in TeachingYanet GalanDate: 3/13/2020Teaching is ideally a noble profession, and it can/ be best utilized with a friendly environment and good personal interaction since, for efficiency, a teacher needs to be in good terms with the students which can be achieved by creating a rapport.it is a requirement by the teachers to have […]

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SomeQuizTakingTips

Quiz Tip Sheet.  A few people have emailed about the last quiz.  Here are a few tips.  First, some good news.  I will start including a bonus question on future exams.  Tips: 1. Quiz questions are reading comprehension questions:  The discussion boards are designed to give you a chance to try out your own arguments […]

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ShortEssay2

Short Essay 2Summer 2020 – BADM 632-01 Advanced Human Resource Management Professor: Dr. Carol A. DeckerDate:05/16/2020.Benefits of a Diverse WorkforceDiversity in the workplace is helpful to both employees and employers. Granted, employees are dependent in their workplace, and cumulative productivity through respecting man or woman variations can be extra beneficial (Beck, 2010).Particularly in the current time […]

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Rl345SPRING2020

Marxist Political Economy  We have two primary goals to achieve with this course. If not before, at least by Week 10 and certainly by Week 11 of this course, enrolled students would have raised their levels of knowledge of Karl Marx and appreciate him as a man living out his life during the 19thcentury. In […]

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PORTFOLIOTEMPLATEEXAMPLE

Assessment Summary Alternatives Analysis Application Action Notes Ethical Assessment #1 This exercise was about right and wrong answers.  You either knew the material or you did not I didn’t do as well as I hoped but that is to be expect given this is week one of the course Form the reading it was clear […]

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Nationalism edited

NationalismSule umit06/20/2019Nationalism1.The self-made man idea has a deep foundation on the American Dream. Self-made man concept believed that it was created by Benjamin Franklin, a respected man due to its contribution to the Growth of the United States. Benjamin is one of the Founding fathers of the United States. Franklin described in his autobiography, the […]

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Mmm

Q. In his account of the power relationships in the Greek household in the Politics, Aristotle argues that it is natural for wives to be subordinate to husbands, children to their father and enslaved people to those who claim to be their ‘masters’. What arguments does Aristotle use to justify the subordinate position of enslaved […]

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MilestoneOne

Security Awareness Program ProposalChaston CarterHuman Factors in Security02/25/17Security Awareness Program ProposalIn light of my recent move to an organization without a security awareness program, as a chief information security information officer. I have been tasked with drawing a proposal for this organization. The need for this proposal is to implement organizational threats, and a protection […]

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Argumentative research paper

Argumentative Research Paper: All drafts are due at the beginning of classfor peer evaluation purposes. No electronic submissions will be accepted except for the final draft. A one grade point deduction per week will be assigned except for documented medical reasons.Instructions for completing the paper are as follows:Title— (Yes/No question of philosophy voted on by […]

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Week 6 final

Organizational Budget PlanFor this assignment, you will develop an organizational budget plan utilizing your choice of budget reports. Although your Organizational Budget Plan will be professionally relevant, it will be structured according to established academic guidelines and will contain an introduction, literature review, budgetary line items, discussion, and conclusion.You will take on the role of […]

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“Jean Watson&#x27

s theory of human caring/caring science core principles to APN Practice “Discussion Question 2 – Applying Jean Watson’s Theory on Human Caring/Caring Science Core Principles to APN PracticeDiscussion PromptJean Watson’s Theory of Human Caring/Caring Science is one theoretical framework used throughout the USU College of Nursing courses. The practice implication of Watson’s Human Caring Theory […]

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Integrating the Curriculum through Thematic Teaching

Using Word your thematic unit resource must include the following: Unit Introduction: For your introduction please include the following: Explain the benefits of a thematic curriculum to teachers, children, and to the program. Describe the explicit connection between the principles of effective thematic teaching and developmentally appropriate practice. Describe how thematic curriculum and instruction aligns […]

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Philosophy Etichs Essay

So you have to watch 1,2 episode of Serial podcast( www.serialpodcast.org ), And go through 3 authors Ideas(2-3 pages each). You have to go through this because this essay is not about personal ethical ideas, its about course text. Read the entire question briefly in PDF. Please only accept my request if you are an […]

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I need it done before 12 pm

Please write your own separate post for this answering the following questions in a robust paragraph.1.How would you define (the philosophy of) the Black Muslims (or the Nation of Islam) after reading X? What influences do you see?2.What are the main problems with the mainstream Civil Rights Movement according to both X ? Why?3. What […]

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Religious Influences on Social Structure

Assignment:This week, we explored the influence of different religious beliefs and religious structures on the development of civilizations in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and Europe. Consider how these religious differences shaped the cultures around them. How did mythology affect the decisions of the working and ruling classes? What role did ritual (i.e., prayer, sacrifice, […]

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Research paper

InstructionsPlease write a research paper addressing the following:How important is corporate philosophy to a company’s pollution prevention efforts? Please use an example of one or more companies to support your position.The completed assignment must be a minimum of 4-5 pages in length, not including the title page and reference page. The paper should have a […]

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Week 1 wiki

Visit Stanford’s Encyclopedia of Philosophy (http://plato.stanford.edu/) and search for one of the Big 8 ethics theorists (St. Thomas Aquinas, Immanuel Kant, John Stuart Mill, John Rawls, Martin Buber, Lawrence Kohlberg, Victor Frankl). You may also use the web resources for each individual theorist provided in the text on page 25.Read about the different theorists and […]

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Philosophy

1. Watch this video, summarize the MAIN POINTS raised in it.Political Philosophy Part 1: The State2. Read the chapter in your textbook Political Philosophy (Modules – Introduction to Philosophy by Pecorino)https://www.qcc.cuny.edu/SocialSciences/pPecorino/INTRO_TEXT/Chapter 10 Political Philosophy/Political_Philosophy.htmDiscuss the following:What is social contract?What is the difference between J.J. Rousseau and Thomas Hobbes on social contract?15/05/20205socialscience

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Philosophy query

you will write one or two questions which you will respond to in about a page (approx. 200 words). You do not need to actually answer the question, instead think of your question as a starting point for discovering other questions, possible answers, what the prior necessities are to answer it etc. There is no […]

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Leadership and development

This is for my leadership and development class. It’s a written self-reflection that details what we have learned in the course.Must be at least 2-3 pages, very detailed. Grammar, punctuation, APA formatting. Below is what we are being graded on.RubricPersonal Leadership Portfolio (1)Personal Leadership Portfolio (1)CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePersonal Philosophy of […]

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Principle of Ethics

Required ResourcesRead/review the following resources for this activity: Textbook: Chapters 3, 4 (Rachels, S., & Rachels, J. (2019). The elements of moral philosophy (9th ed.). Mcgraw-Hill Education. ) Minimum of 2 scholarly sources (in addition to the textbook)InstructionsReview the following ethical dilemmas: John Doe has decided to clone himself. He is sterile. He cannot find […]

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Review the week’s Learning Resources Review the Leadership Skills and Emotional

Review the week’s Learning Resources. Review the Leadership Skills and Emotional Intelligence assessment templates you completed in Weeks 1 and 2. Reflect on what you have learned throughout this course and how it has improved your leadership and emotional intelligence skills. Develop a brief personal leadership philosophy based on the results of these assessments. Consider […]

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Weekly Assignment Week 6

1. Watch this video, summarize the MAIN POINTS raised in it.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XmqRwjkfp-82. Now that you have studied political philosophy, explain what is the best type of government for your country._____________________________________________You are required to respond to the assignment question posted above with no less than 100 words and make at least two comments on the responses posted […]

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Where did theory come from

Where Did Theory Come FromThe purpose of this Assignment is to explore how a theorist explicates his or her philosophy and thoughts behind a theoretical field. As in other fields of study, nursing has a plethora of theorists and theories. These theorists have developed their paradigm over time enriching it with research and dialogue with […]

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N/A

1. Do the exercise “Be the Manager” on page 33 (6ed), or page 29 (9e in PDF).2. As you know, there are relevant “2019 top Trends in Management”. There is a trend related to “Analytics”, and it is a good time to check whether your company is a “potential candidate” for developing an “Analytics Culture.” […]

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Intro to Business 700 word paper

Bus100-Introduction to Business Final Reflection AssignmentThe Introductory business course, Bus100, provides a survey of the various areas in the business environment. Whether we recognize, or not, we all must operate in this environment. This class affords a foundation and introduces concepts, attitudes, and philosophies about business operations. The following topics have been introduced this semester: […]

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Philosophy

Trolley CaseLackey’s Trolley Problem #2Draw or diagram the configuration of train tracks,sidings,and forks that fits the description of Lackey’s second version of the Trolley Case, so that it accurately illustrates the point he is making about preventive force and creating evil VS.diverting it. Include an explanation of his point on this matter.12/05/202015socialscience

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POST AND REPLY (PHIL)W6

Open discussion.***Discuss Moral Relativism *** 250 words MINReply to each post 100 words MIN1. My forum post today will focus on evaluating ethical naturalism. Ethical naturalismis a doctrine that there areobjective moral propertiesof which we have knowledge. These properties are basicallyneeds, wants, or pleasures. This isopposed to relating the ethical terms in some way to […]

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Paper

Using each of the three articles and one video, discuss how they inform your leadership philosophy as it relates to ethical behavior, and perhaps, your personal well-being and that of others. (3-4 pages, 12-font, double-spaced, APA formatted).https://www.ted.com/talks/dolly_chugh_how_to_let_go_of_being_a_good_person_and_become_a_better_person?language=en26/04/202020education

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Principle of Ethics

Read/review the following resources for this activity: Textbook: Chapters 3, 4 ( Rachels, S., & Rachels, J. (2019). The elements of moral philosophy (9th ed.). Mcgraw-Hill Education. ) Lesson Minimum of 1 scholarly source (in addition to the textbook)Initial Post InstructionsSt. Augustine in the 5th Century held that we are free to make choices in […]

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Relapse Prevention Plan

Read the “Jed Assessment Case Study” and imagine that Jed is your client.Complete the relapse prevention plan worksheet by developing a relapse prevention plan for Jed.Use third person (i.e., Jed will or the client will) and assume that the two of you have formulated the plan together.APAstyle is not required but solid academic writing is […]

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HR Law Assignment

Labor Law FMLA OSHA AssignmentFMLA_labor_laws_OSHA.docxPosted: an hour agoDue: 09/04/2020Budget: $50Tags: urgent HelpAnswers 0Bids 110Guru OliviaDr. Michelle_KMRewrick PatandYoung NyanyaMoen ZafarBethuel BestPapersGuruPROF. ANNnicohwilliamQuality AssignmentsMusyokionesEssays GuruAsad Ullahuniversity workGuruu Mathquality work for allDr_inaayaAshley ClaireEmily ClareESSAYS EXPERT PROFESSORAmanda SmithLouisa95ANN HARRISDexterMastersPaula Hogabdul_rehman_hassan0906Jah Providesprof avriljuliusmu33Brainy Brianmichael smithElprofessoriDr. Elahibrilliant answersrunge-kutta acerProf.MacQueenBrilliant GeekJane the tutorHomework Prowizard kimCatherine OwensQuickly answer Stano 001KATHERINE BECKSEmily MichaelRESPECT WRITERProf. MassarraAngelina MayDrNicNgaoEssay-tutorJessica LuisProff […]

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Critical Essay Paper

Philosophy 102, EthicsCritical essay paper Instructions and topics.Select one of the following “issues” and write a 5- 7 page paper using the following format:Your paper will have three parts, a Thesis, an Anti-thesis, and a Synthesis.[Please, at the beginning of each section, mark it appropriately, that is, as Part I., Part II., or Part III.]Part […]

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What is a Just State?

In a 2–3-page paper, address the following: Explain intersectionality Explain at least one social philosophy from the textbook. For instance, you might discuss utilitarianism, Rawls, Marx, Nozick, Du Bois, King, or Beauvoir. If the theory has a clear correlate, please discuss it as well. Illustrate your understanding of both the intersectional and traditional social justice […]

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Planning a Needs Assessment

Write a brief synopsis of how you would conduct a needs assessment for the program you selected for your Program Evaluation Plan project, integrating considerations from our textbook and the Calley article from this unit’s assigned readings.Be sure to cover relevant areas of a needs assessment: Describe which types of needs are applicable to your […]

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Introduction to Information of Business (2 Easy assignments needs to be done in 2 hours)

Each assignment will be posted as 2 different pages.IntroductiontoInformationSystems2ndEdition2014.pdfunnamed1.jpgunnamed2.jpgunnamed.jpgPosted: 2 years agoDue: 23/01/2018Budget: $30Answers 1Mary Tutor3.9 (24)4.3 (349)ChatInformation Of Business Answer rating:5Stars out of1ratings2 years agoPurchase the answer to view itjay.xlsxNASDAQS.docTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $30Bids 29Prof. Allwood Sonnerbergwork solutionsBeaverlyseth PhD5-STAR PROFCharandryUltimate_WriterUltimate GEEKSophia EmersonDr. Claver-NNMiss Professorprof.kanemosesGoodwriterGeek Successsuraya_PhDarchent writerYhtomitMichelle OwensCamila Cherokeephyllis youngTutorgrantonMary TutorHillary Youngkristine tutorA-plus Writerrodneygkim woodsGlass HousefarhatullahOther questions 10Soc 100, […]

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“Which one is the better approach to the issues discussed in Manne&#x27

s Down Girl (the relations of unequal owing, as exemplified, for instance by the prevalence of sexual assault and testimonial injustice)?”which one is the better approach to the issues discussed in Manne’s Down Girl (the relations of unequal owing, as exemplified, for instance by the prevalence of sexual assault and testimonial injustice)?*there are two books […]

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Statistics Math (Need in 3 hrs)

See attached for problemsMathHomework.docxPosted: 2 years agoDue: 20/11/2017Budget: $2Answers 1Analyst Nyamu5.0 (1)5.0 (1)Chat2 years agoPurchase the answer to view itMathHomework1.docxTry it first(plagiarism check)Buy answer $2Bids 5Miss ProfessorProf Double RStatistics-computer scienceAnalyst Nyamumathexpert121Other questions 10the cost to a store for a box of cereal is $2.50. the store is selling the box of cereal…PHILOSOPHY, (CASE STUDY ASSIGNMENT) Assignment 3: Case StudyAir Pollution […]

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Week 5 A

Compensation PhilosophyEvaluate the current compensation philosophy for your organization or an organization of your choosing (from a third-person perspective). Write a three-to-five page paper (not including the title and reference pages). Your paper should be written in a scholarly third-person tone; it should be in APA format. In addition to the introduction and conclusion, your […]

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Essay help

I need a 6-7 page essay written in Chicago Manuel of Style. The essay instructions are posted below. Are you able to help?Directions: Please select one of the prompts below and use it to compose an original essay on one of the books or short stories that we have read during the second have of […]

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PERSONAL NARRATIVE

Topic and Structure:Multimodal Personal Narrative – Develop a multimodal document to both visually illustrate and verbally express a personal transformation.Use a one-page newspaper or single-panel brochure format to present a personal narration of a transformation of your choice from a point in your childhood to today. You might discuss a career aspiration you had as […]

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GradingRubric

Grading Rubric Compare/contrast the avocado and artichoke ideas of the self. Discuss at least one specific version of each.Illustrate the avocado idea of the self by analyzing a work of art.Discuss at least one philosophy that understands art to be representational.Illustrate the artichoke idea of the self by analyzing a work of art. Discuss at […]

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GCUTOPIC3CLC

CLC – Nursing Theory and Conceptual Model Presentation This is a Collaborative Learning Community (CLC) assignment.Nursing theories are tested and systematic ways to implement nursing practice. Select a nursing theory and its conceptual model. Prepare a 10-15 slide PowerPoint in which you describe the nursing theory and its conceptual model and demonstrate its application in […]

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EXAM2Guidlines

EXAM 2 Below are the essay questions for your second exam. The exam is intended for you to work independently. You may, however, use your team’s data from the work you have done to date. Each question is worth a total of 25 points. Please answer each question as thoroughly as possible, providing rich detail […]

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CNL501RSJedCaseStudyfinal

CNL-501 Case StudyJed: Relapse Prevention PlanJed Smith is a 38-year-old welder who came into the treatment center after being arrested for drinking and driving (DUI/DWI). His attorney has suggested that he quit drinking and enter treatment, at least until his trial, which is scheduled to occur in 2 months. Jed does not anticipate serving jail […]

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CHAPTER2

CHAPTER 2 Managing Risk: Threats, Vulnerabilities, and Exploits AKEY STEP WHEN MANAGING RISKS is to first understand and manage the source. This includes threats and vulnerabilities, and especially threat/vulnerability pairs. Once you understand these elements, it’s much easier to identify mitigation techniques. Exploits are a special type of threat/vulnerability pair that often includes buffer overflow […]

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Ch5

CHAPTER 5PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS IN MODERN POLICINGLearning ObjectivesAfter reading this chapter, students should: List the three primary purposes of police patrol. Indicate some investigation strategies that are considered aggressive. Describe how forensic experts use DNA fingerprinting to solve crimes. Explain why differential response strategies enable police departments to respond more efficiently to 911 calls. Explain […]

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Assessment1FinalRevision

Full Title of Your PaperNameCapella UniversityAbstractLeave this blank until Chapter 4.It is necessary to complete the abstract after the entire project has been developed.  The abstract contains an abbreviated overview of the entire project. This overview will reference the following elements of the project:The Research Question_________________________________ The Research Problem: _____________________________________The Significance of the Study: _______________________________Theory […]

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APA6thEditionStyleGuide

IntroductionStudents of Grand Canyon University (GCU) are required to use the guidelines provided by the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.) for preparing written assignments, except where otherwise noted. GCU has made APA templates and other resources available within the Student Success Center; therefore, students are not required to purchase the APA […]

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What Determines a Good Medicine

getting all these aside, it is important to find out how thinkers, sociologists, and philosophers have reacted to the modern health policy, or indeed, to the modern medicine itself. There are arguments that modern medicine has an entity of its own, totally severed off from tradition and today’s medicine gets ridiculed tomorrow and making it […]

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Major Theologian Matthew Fox

There emerge new trends in religious study, to which we can refer the ideas of the major theologian of our time Matthew Fox.Fox presents his study as a new theological trend within the field of the Christian tradition, identifying it as Creation-centered spirituality. Some other connoisseurs of religious theories believe that Fox’s study is a […]

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Modern Spaces

Unlike past centuries in which the material element of the building was the main focus of the design, the backbone philosophy of modern architecture is seen as an exploration of the intimate relationships that are shared between the constructed space and its occupants. In other words, modern architecture is all about finding and legitimizing the […]

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Political Agreements and Disagreements between Plato and Aristotle

Aristotle, on the other hand, does not buy the idea of a perfect society, instead, he focuses on accomplishing betterment and completeness in the existing society. According to Aristotle, politics should be based on generally accepted laws, norms, and customs. Plato in his political philosophy divides the community into three distinct classes. the producing class. […]

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Is there international law

The vast organization that constitutes international law includes an assortment of international traditions, formal contacts, pacts, consensus, and charters such as the United Nations Charter. The United Nations Charter has various codes of conduct or protocols, law courts and summaries of legal agreements which include legal examples of previous decisions handed down by the International […]

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International Business To Business Marketing

attainment of its strategic objectives. Although these descriptions are useful, it is important to realize that the practice of purchasing and supply management is changing rapidly (Chopra, 2003).Supply chain management appears in current dialogue as relatively new terminology, but definitions of what it encompasses are, at best, vague. Barkema (1997) suggested that the development of […]

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Critical Thinking Week 2

Nothing is accepted on face value and every aspect of a communication, whether oral or written, is questioned to clearly identify the issues, stated conclusions, arguments, evidence in support and assumptions/omissions/fallacies. This should lead to the right conclusions and right decisions. Clear thinking is all about ‘the ability to engage in reflective and independent thinking’ […]

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PHILOSOPHY FINAL EXAM PAPER

One hand writes red. The other writes blue. The left brain is able to enunciate I see red. The verbal component is important, because Parfit’s definition of identity is that identity exists because we talk about it, we name it. So the split-brain, Parfit says, represents two streams of consciousness. Both hemispheres are conscious as […]

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Do Angela Carter and Jeanette Winterson Belong to Postmodernism

This is able to exemplify and show the concepts of postmodernism while developing a plot line that develops alternative perspectives and expressions. Both stories are able to convey and exemplify postmodernist attributes through the plot, actions, characters and ideologies which both author’s convey. The concepts of postmodernist theory are what define the main attributes of […]

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The Curriculum Approach of Direct Instruction

The National Institute for Direct Instructions defines DI as a model for teaching that emphasizes well-developed and carefully planned lessons designed around small learning increments and clearly defined and prescribed teaching tasks. It is based on the theory that clear instruction eliminating misinterpretations can greatly improve and accelerate learning (NIFDI 2007). Primarily the series cover […]

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Ethics and moral character

Ethics and Moral character about Henry Ford Henry Ford, the automobile pioneer in the American industry, is renowned for his unique vision, social responsibility, entrepreneurship, industrial philosophy, business ethics and moral character. Ford believed in industrial mass production and he never deviated from business ethics and morality while climbing the ladders of success. His social […]

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NeoLiberal World Order and Economy of the Developed World

Moreover, political transformations as a result of globalization have caused the reorganization of power from national to international bodies as well as the development of global civil society. Social and cultural transformations are also evident as a result of the integration of different cultures facilitated by technological advances especially in communication as well as improved […]

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In The Iron Heel Jack London explores one possible outcome of the strong Socialist presence in the early 20th century in Ameri

Although not all of his predictions emerged later in the century, London made some critical true predictions of the events in the 20th century. This paper will highlight the fulfillment of his predictions concerning socialism in the 20th century. London wrote his book adding on to the predictions of other authors who wrote to express […]

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Outlined and it varies

However, in the case of emotion, it is usually much difficult to really create the link. For instance in making decisions through emotions, one can be driven by such factors like nostalgia while they might be well aware (through cognition) that such a decision is not really the best (Norman, 2005). The traditional hard science […]

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Analysis of Compensation Philosophy

The policies and underlying philosophy governing the company’s compensation program are designed to accomplish the following objectives: Maintain a compensation program that is equitable in a competitive marketplace. Provide opportunities that integrate pay with the company’s annual and long?term performance goals. Maintain an appropriate balance between base salary and short and long-term incentive opportunities. Recognize […]

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Conservation/Conservation Movement

Throughout the early and the mid-19th century, the conservation mindset and movement was intensified though many pieces of literary works, in form of both painting and written narrations that emerged, portraying nature as a significant element that makes the life of humans worthwhile. Through various magnificent paintings, such as the wonders of America, the artistic […]

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Primary Document Analysis Why Did the Renaissance Occur in Italy Petrarch and His Principles and Niccolo Machiavelli and His Principles

With the trade initiated by Roman rulers among Asians, spices and silk started flowing into the country which led to the development of the Roman Empire demographically and politically. According to (Ch.10, part 1,pg.281)By the late fifteenth century, Europe was recovering well from two of the three crises of the late middle ages: the demographic […]

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WALMARTinternational corporation

The company has worked very hard to get into this position by pursuing right strategies in both national and international regions. The organization thrives as an efficient merchandiser with effective processes and systems. These strategies have contributed to the overall buying power, superior growth and leadership in various systems such as logistics and supply chain. […]

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Global Warming Issue

Environmental philosophy holds that human beings are the only worthy things to be subjected to environmental study. This is because they are the only people who are the custodians and the stewards of the environment. They are responsible for the preservation of the environment. Environmental philosophy also explores the importance of environmental aesthetics. Environmental philosophy […]

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Plato’s Meno

One very significant part of the Meno is that which demonstrates the Theory of Recollection, or the idea that what appears to be learning something new is really recollecting something already known (Cohen, University of Washington), or what is known as the doctrine of anamnesis, which means that all learning is [merely] recollection (Samet, Stanford […]

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EXPLORATION PAPER

Emmanuel Kant is arguably one of the greatest western philosophers who devised methods to evaluate the reason and functioning of morality in human mind. According to him, ‘Categorical Imperative’ which is a standard of rationality determines morality. And, hence, the violation of CI becomes irrational and thereby an immoral act. From among the lists of […]

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The Presence of Lexical and Functional Categories in the Speech

It is a keystone of any philosophy that the recording atmosphere where the transcripts were taken be a place of inclusiveness—whether Carl would be Black, white, Latino, Asian, Native American, or of mixed race(s) or races not named here, and be of whatever socioeconomic status, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or cultural affiliation—that […]

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Electronic Portfolio

Generally, my education was more closely aligned to the Jeffersonian model of education as compared to others. I joined Virginia University at the age 15 years, obtaining a post-graduate four years later. Naturally, I am an analysts and bibliophile, all to which I give credit to my teachers and parents. I am strong opponent of […]

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Purposes of Criminal Laws

While some might argue the ethics of the latter described measures, these three features effectively, albeit not perfectly, eliminate a large amount of crime and provide society with order. Criminal law protects public order by criminalizing behaviors that are contrary to social norms, values, and/or customs. Public order crimes, therefore, are considered as harmful to […]

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Review the Capstone case Chaplinsky v New Hampshire on pages 310311 of your textbook Briefly discuss the issue the court had t

Chaplinsky v New Hampshire 24 April The issue to be decided – the court in this case had to decide whether profanity enjoys the same protection as those rights guaranteed under the First Amendment, namely freedom of speech and the free exercise of religion. The case centered on a religious member of Jehovah’s Witness who […]

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The Right of Privacy

Sur Lecturer: The Right of Privacy The right of privacy is a human en ment safeguarded by both sta y and common law andhas been contingent to the constitution of America. It has expanded to a freedom of personal independent safeguarded by the fourteenth amendment (Warren 22). The Right of Privacy is accepted by all […]

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Buddhism Scriptures

Buddhism Scriptures A close examination of Buddhist scriptures 103-116, 134-144, 146-162 presents a great opportunity toreflect on the benefits of meditation and the discussion of King Milinda and Nagasena. There are different techniques used in these scriptures to capture readers’ attention. While reading the scriptures, anecdote is one of the persuasive techniques used. The scripture […]

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EDU 636 DB3

Education Topic: EDU 636 DB#3 Guide Design principles for developing an online learning environment OLE: Online Learning Environment According to Mishra Jain (N.d.), a constructivist framework tends to provide the most suitable Online Learning Environment (OLE) as it is able to provide a ‘student-directed learning’ environment instead of a ‘teacher-directed’ one. This involves providing the […]

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In Support of the Death Penalty

The death penalty creates a balance between the offender and the victim, his life forfeited to insinuate the balance between his crime and his punishment.The global community does not have political support for the death penalty with very few states using this form of punishment. However, the United States has a strong support of the […]

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Issac Newton

There are, however, many facets to this man’s life, other than being a scientist, that are worthy to know. Perhaps that is what truly causes mankind to label an individual the greatest. Possessing not only scientific prowess but also religious and philosophical ponderings, Newton is still a focus of conversation in academic and theological circles […]

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Civil society

Locke however, believes that rights and obligations are the main propellant of problems that civil society faces while working under a given government. Moreover, Locke provided wide analysis on the state of nature in his second treatise which had an impact on the civil government. His work was written in the year 1680, the time […]

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In relation to analyzing cultural texts what connections exist between the theories of Bourdieu and Morris

In the modern era, sociologists such as Pierre Bourdieu and Meaghan Morris have contributed widely to enhance sociological understanding of populist issues. Essentially Bourdieu bases his theoretical framework of cultural symbolism on the works of Weber and Marx while Morris bases her populist work on the ideas presented by Bourdieu. Pierre Bourdieu is a renowned […]

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Daoism Growth of a Religion

Quest of Western materialism for peace has also provided Daoism with the opportunity for huge appreciation as a philosophical discipline. According to Eva Wong Many people will experience, at least once in their lifetime, the urge to venture beyond the everyday world of the mundane into the world of spirit. These journeys into the spiritual […]

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Mercantlism and capitalism

Mercantilism and Capitalism Q1: Both capitalism and mercantilism are economic systems whose make focus are on making profits though they differ in wealth accumulation. Capitalism philosophy stresses on the importance of wealth creation as a tool for pursuing a nation’s economic growth (Degen 13). On the contrary, mercantilism philosophy emphasizes on wealth accumulation and believes […]

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Fords Control Mechanisms

About one hundred years ago, demand could be easily matched to supply particularly in the rural agricultural areas, and the existence of production and consumption was in a closed loop supply chain, therefore, goods were predominantly manufactured and used as required.The just-in-time approach to manufacturing adopted by Ford presents a return to this form of […]

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Portfolio of Coaching Profession

Coaching philosophy covers one’s purpose as a coach and how he will approach player development and winning. One’s coaching philosophy is made up of the primary objectives, beliefs, and principles that one adhere to in order to achieve his goals. (Barbour, 2011, p. 203)One’s coaching philosophy will guide him on how to behave as a […]

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Developing Thinking Skills

Research exists to support these advantages. Oxford-based SAPERE, which conducted the Philosophy for Children™ programme in schools of Clackmannanshire, reported (Topping 2005) an average 6-point increase in cognitive abilities among all students. increased level of classroom participation. increased display of reasoning skills among students. an increase in communication skills. Two years after the programme, the […]

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Letter to the ceo

The Chief Executive Officer Chief Information Officer Benefits of CMM Approach CMM or Capability Maturity Model describes the overall process involving the practices of software process maturity. Basically developed to refine the process of software development within the organizations, CMM model follow the basic philosophy of improving the software development process in order to achieve […]

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Bowen Family Systems Therapy

Unlike normal family development, in which families learn to differentiate parts of them when interacting on an emotional level and set healthy boundaries, enmeshed families become overly involved with each other, increasing the chances of anxiety and conflict. Lack of differentiation occurs due to the inability to separate their emotions from their reactions. What they […]

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Athnasius On the incarnation

…………… Commentary: Athnasius, On the incarnation This article seems to be written more to refute the philosophy of the incarnation’s ideals than to describe the incarnation’s doctrine. God made the world from the pre-existent matter. Man started worshipping idols instead of the true Creator. God sent men from His side to spread truth and awareness […]

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The Philosophy of Pastoral Work

The basis directs the thesis that the church as an organization evolution today is deviating from the core purpose and failing as the expectation of Christ would be2. The organization structures, the leadership and pastors’ role in the church, in addition to the family involvements, and challenges in the ministry are causes to the deviation […]

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Describing Hulga

of the of the The Hulga holds no meaning and the only reason why Joy chooses it is becauseit sounds ugly. The name itself is symbolic to Joy’s character. Just like she has a weak body and heart, similarly she possesses an ugly soul. She holds no compassion for anyone including her mother towards whom […]

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My Education Philosophy

A ment describing your background, observational experience, reasons for wanting to be a teacher, and your educational philosophy. Be sure to also note any special interests or competencies you may possess.My zeal to implement to understand the true essence of harnessing the growth of students has been always the catalyst towards my dream to become […]

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Compare and Contrast Religion

Christian Theism is the classical Christian philosophy of 17th century. The word theism is derived from the Greek word theos which means God. The word was first used in this context by Mr. Ralph Cudworth in the 17th Century. Literally speaking, Christian Theism is, in fact, propagation of Monotheism which means that there is only […]

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Sofia Petrovna by Lydia Chukovskaya

Sofia Petrovna Critical Reading The key question that the addresses is the necessity and importance of women to carry out socially useful work (Chukovskaya, 87). The circumstances within the life of Sofia Petrovna brought to life the Russian mindset reality during the Stalin purges. According to the author, the character of Sofia is demonstrated to […]

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PHL #6

Theory of the Mind Unit Aristotle was a Greek philosopher born in Macedon but spent most ofhis life. His philosophy was mostly based on the concept of the mind. Such writing was contained in his literary works known as the ‘De anima’ which focused on the issues of the soul. He also included in most […]

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Aircraft Maintenance Control

One of the key roles of maintenance controllers includes setting departmental goals and developing effective strategies to meet those goals. Aircraft maintenance and aeronautical repair are the two major functions of aviation maintenance controllers and these tasks are necessary to ensure the unit’s readiness to perform its mission. Another key function of maintenance controllers is […]

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Confucian elements

Confucian Elements Confucian is a principled and philosophical system developed from the teachings of the Chinese philosophernamed Confucian. The elements of both ethical and philosophy acquired from the Confucian are regarded as Confucian elements. These elements comprise of moral, political and social aspects that influence history besides culture of respective individuals, for instance, those from […]

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The Founding and the Constitution

1. Article V of the Constitution of the United s defines the procedure for altering the document’s contents, primarily consisting of the proposal of an amendment followed by its ratification. Two ways of proposing amendments are described in Article V, the first being the normal procedures of any lawmaking in the legislative branch. In this […]

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Media Culture and Modernity

And, there is a proportion among filmmakers who bring these situations and incidents into a cinematic form, replicating exactly or using a fictionalized version of the real life happenings. These attempts by the filmmaker to ‘picturize’ the real life happenings, always comes loaded with fetes and critics.More than fetes, these attempts to create real life […]

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FedEx Corporation

The company realizes the importance of impeccable customer service and has tried to satisfy the needs of its customers in a superior manner. FedEx had, in collaboration with Motorola, developed pocket PC for couriers to enhance customer service (Editors, 2002) FedEx also has a foolproof complaint management system where consumer complaints are speedily handled. Organization […]

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Tyler Durden

His ability to recall murky information about his past experiences depicts the sharpness of his mind. The examples of his ingenuity are numerous, like for instance The Paper Street Soap Company. It was a project which he initiated, in which soaps were manufacture in a rather unusual way. The soap was made from human fat […]

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Personal though

1. There are different ways through which children learn including observing, positive models, play, suggestions as well as they learn from peers. Since children are considered as one of the best observers, it is often suggested that the best way children actually learn is through observation and watching others. My role as a teacher therefore […]

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Anishinaabe People

The people could shelter these women and their children but they did not have similar positions with children born with Anishinaabe fathers in the society. Doodem which is their word for clan was borrowed from the English word totem. The clans which are mostly based on animals are very instrumental in conventional occupations, marriages and […]

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For Plato What Would It Mean To Be A Wellfunctioning As Opposed To A Malfunctioning Individual Human

Question For Plato, what would it mean to be a well-functioning, as opposed to a malfunctioning, individual human being? For Aristotle, what would it mean to be a well-functioning, as opposed to a malfunctioning, individual human being? For Thomas Hobbes, what would it mean to be a well-functioning, as opposed to a malfunctioning, individual human […]

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What Are The Treatment Options Other Than Prison? What Is The Moral And Ethical Responsibility Of All Of

Question What are the treatment options other than prison? What is the moral and ethical responsibility of all of us to ensure that all people have the resources, supports, services, and opportunities they need so that we can build healthy and safe communities for all people, as Crystal Dieleman proposes in her TedTalk (Tedx Talks, […]

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It Is A Study That Reflects Human Life Culture Trends And Ideas Of The Time As Well As It’S Relation To Our Life Today

major Western Philosophers from the early Greek thinkers to the famous philosophers of modern times, with Question the major Western Philosophers from the early Greek thinkers to the famous philosophers of modern times, with an emphasis on their attempt to answer the BIG, seemingly unanswerable questions humans have asked since the beginning of time — […]

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The Transcendentalism

There was a resurgence of the Idealist Movement at the turn of the 19th century that took the name Transcendentalist Movement. During the first half of the 1800s, the Transcendentalist Movement unveiled its new name and has persisted, in some form, as one of the most important spiritual movements in the history of the United […]

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Eddington and Everyday Experience

Often though it is something that is lacking a foundational source, the idea, ‘it is there because it is’ often falls into place, especially in a philosophical sense. For example Arthur Eddington’s interpretation of the existence of the world is a key interpretation of this type of thinking. In his following statement it is obvious […]

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Community Counseling

An important aspect of modern counseling philosophy is that the clients remain in control of their own treatment program. This is a recognition of the importance of cooperation in the counseling relationship and gives the client a sense of responsibility in there own lives. This freedom of choice for the client increases their stake in […]

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How writing influences and changes a society

Many literature analysts believe that while looking at only one dimension of writing interchanges, educational, institutional, professional, and social settings limits the potentiality of writing discourse and the means through which writing enters into the dynamic unfolding of situations and events. To understand various modes in which writing possess an influence on our minds, we […]

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Person Centered Counseling

His professional struggle against orthodox psychiatry has reminded a scholar of Martin Luther’s stand against the catholic church. Roger’s person centered approach (to psychotherapy. to education. to small encounter groups. and to larger groups assembled for the purpose of improving transitional understanding, exploring intergroup conflicts, and learning the nature of culture and its formation) has […]

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DreamTending

There are five ecopsychological principles that guide the practice of DreamTending:Dream images do not correspond only to the neurotic structures of the past, but they are also positioned in our personal and collective human experiences (Aizenstat, 2007). The strange, horrific and beautiful visitors at night Aizenstat (2007) calls beings of the world dreaming. Each of […]

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Flannery O Connor Stories

In the end, both are faced with realization and a costly price to pay, and that is the lives of those around them (Cook).In the grandmother’s confrontation with the Misfit, she insisted in the hope and belief that a good man must come from nice people (qtd. in O’Connor). Later, she learns that reality and […]

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Philosophy of Leadership in Schools

The concept of leadership in a school requires the principal (administrator) to be able to improve the students’ performance and introduce various positive changes into the schooling system. All in all, the school’s administrator should manage the school in a way that ensures its survival and development.All the actions and risks of a school administrator […]

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Simone de Beauvoir

Running Head: SIMONE DE BEAUVOIR, THE SECOND SEX Simone de Beauvoir, The Second Sex Simone de Beauvoir was one of the greatest French existentialists, philosophers and writers of last century. She was born on January 9, 1908 in Paris to Georges Bertrand de Beauvoir and Franoise (ne) Brasseur. Simone de Beauvoir was one of few […]

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Hospitality Service Management

Innovation is the key focus to excel in this industry. Utilizing service management for proper handling and delivery of services is the aspect which the services industry must set a priority in their areas of concern for promotion and company’s growth – including industries in health care, caterers, manufacturers and suppliers, tourism and financial services. […]

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Organizational Behavior WalMart

Structures and systems should not merely be consistent with each other, but also consistent with the environmental context in which the company operates and the corporate strategy in the international environment. Wal-Mart stores are committed to EDLP (every day low prices) strategy, thus becoming a cost-, and efficiency leader among international retailers (Hitt et al, […]

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Fuel Price Increase in US

The thrust at accomplishing set goals in pursuing the ‘green world’ philosophy and theory much based on the need to curtail the towering global climate upheavals has seen the emphasised shift in policy in various industry and agriculture fronts. The soaring fuel prices owing to the volatility of the oil prices have spurred government and […]

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College Education

Please your reasons for transferring to Penn. If this is not your first change in colleges, explain your reasons for the previous transfer. An evaluation of your college education to date and why your educational goals may be better served at Penn should be addressed. If you have not been enrolled in school continuously since […]

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Letter from Mahavira

By enduring all sorts of calamities, I was given this name Mahavira, which means great hero or brave and courageous.You have to learn how to conquer your desires and feelings, not be conquered by them. The only way to liberate yourself from all the pain is learning about the right faith (samyak-darshana), right knowledge (samyak-jnana), […]

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Freemasonry

FREEMASONRY AND THE BREAD AND WINE AS SYMBOLS Many people have so long wondered about the existence of freemasonry. But to formally define freemasonry, we can in short define it as free workers like free gardeners or free fishers and so on. But the word in itself can be just defined as workers. We should […]

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Habermas Political Philosophy

The Habaermas discourse ethics theory attempts to elucidate the inference of communicative rationality in the light of moral basics and normative validation. This is an extremely intricate effort for theoretically formulating the fundamentals given by Kant’s deontological ethics particularly in terms of break-up of communicative structures. In other words it attempts to explain the universal […]

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Romantic art movement and Science

During this movement, reactions leveled against the philosophy of enlightenment increased. This philosophy established its grounds on coherent thinking, pragmatic evidence, and science in general. Romantics revolutionized the ideas of science by admitting that reason and rational thinking was not enough to establish certain ideologies about life and its great mysteries . Some of these […]

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Review on Two Paintings of Monet

The House seen from the Roses Garden The House seen from the Roses Garden Claude Monet was among the founders of French Impressionist paintings. He was an active part of the Impressionist movement and applied its philosophy of depicting one’s views of nature in his landscape paintings. In fact, the term Impressionism originated from Monet’s […]

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Community Policing and Problem Solving

Reactive policing is essentially police work which takes place after a crime has taken place: investigative work, building a case, targetting a suspect, arrest and eventually court. Pro-active policing focuses more strategically on preventative strategies which include a community focus. Yet, defining community-oriented policing may be perceived as more of a philosophy than an approach […]

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The Philosophy of Epicurus

The essay The Philosophy of Epicurus discusses the Epicurus’s thoughts regarding the capability of everyone for seeking wisdom, the happiness to be the ultimate objective of studying philosophy and concerning religion.At the beginning of the first paragraph of his Letter to Menoeceus, Epicurus says that everyone either young or old should study philosophy because it […]

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Key Consumer Psychology &amp

Buying BehaviorThis essay stresses that marketers view each consumer as a single decision-making unit. They collect information relating to a product or service from various sources and through various dimensions analyze it. The decision resulting from their analysis is the buying or rejection of the product. Marketers look to understand the types of stimulating information […]

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Childrens and Families Social Care

The local authority has the responsibility to facilitate the upbringing of needy children within families by providing a wide range of services to satisfy children’s needs.There are several principles that strengthen the act and are listed in the third part of the act. First, it is the responsibility of the state through local authorities to […]

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Philosophy of Time

On the other hand, Isaac Newton defined a number of significant ideas including that of time. Even though he understood that clocks were imperfect and measuring time was subjected to human fault, he believed that absolute time was comparable to a worldwide, supreme God-like time, one similar to everyone, in all places. people would experience […]

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Plato St Thomas Descartes

The aim of this paper is to critically differentiate between the concepts of human person by Plato, St. Thomas and Rene Descartes. Plato believed that human person is basically a soul because it’s the most strongest of all and remains immortal. This clearly creates the relationship of mind and body to be of significance of […]

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About the provided story

All these family excursions were great, but I had always wanted to visit California – Hollywood, Rodeo Drive, San Francisco…Alcatraz! I just don’t know that I was ready to completely move there. When I began at the school I struggled to meet new people and find my way within the school structure. I was convinced […]

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Alexander The Great

The reason for the choice of Alexander the great is the success that he achieved during his reign which in incomparably to any other king in the ancient history, he is also considered a genius of all the time in military because he was able to conquer the Persian empire which was the strongest empire […]

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Classical Era Reflection

The major theorists of scientific (management) perspective believed there is one best way to do everything – and that is the most efficient way Those theorists believed they could determine that method via whatever means they were using or purported was the best method to study the task. Those theorists of the scientific perspective discussed […]

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Selfreflective report

The abundance of advice on management techniques, approaches to business and organizational leadership, and even instruction manuals for achieving personal and business success implies that there are no immediate, quick-fix solutions to ensure that the individual becomes a successful, effective manager. New, radical, exciting approaches are published on a regular basis, and it is difficult […]

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Silentos Criticism

Answers In the present age, philosophers tend not to stop with faith and instead keep moving further. The audience assumes that the philosophers do have faith, and thus, allow them to go on their track. It was not so in the time of Descartes. In olden times, faith like doubt was understood as a skills […]

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MBTI Analysis

For instance, extraversion versus intraversion determines the level to which a person is predicted to be more social or withdrawn. Each of these traits have an opposite personality trait and the strength of each is determined by a higher score for each type on the MBTI. RESULTS OF MBTI The results of the MBTI indicated […]

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Humanities/ Sociology

Adler as a perrennialist believed that it is vital to educate young people in things that would be important in the long-term to everyone, everywhere (Adler, 69). It was Adler’s belief that it is these important topics that improve a person to become a better version of them and this vital topic is philosophy. Philosophy, […]

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Booker T Washington and Education

For instance, Washington accepted segregation of the races, his outward humility, and his opposition to black militancy (Rutkoff and Scott). For this reason, many black intellectuals from Washington’s time were shy about placing him as the spokesperson for the struggle for social recognition. Regardless, Washington’s thoughts on education have remained within the public’s consideration for […]

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Rene Descartes in Philosophy

The book contains six different meditations and opens with Descartes discarding away all information and knowledge he had ever known before. This laid ground for him to begin a new search for knowledge and wisdom. The distinction between mind and body and the existence of other material things is the last piece of meditation in […]

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Globalization The Eclectic Paradigm and WTO Governance Likelihood

One of the primary aspects of how globalization impacts international business is the inter-dependency of international trade. Whereby historically economies were limited to geographical boundaries, having economic systems wholly contained within a national infrastructure, today with the presence of global product trade, it is altering the global economy. For instance, this can be witnessed in […]

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Philosophy

For instance, Immanuel Kant is opposed and condemned on the basis of his notion that only humans serve as the object of honor. The critics argue that Kant does not present anything in favor of displaying kindness towards animals, nor does he condemns exercising butcheries on the creature that is unable to speak or deliver […]

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Becoming a Subject of Truth

Becoming a of Truth There have been wide explanations to the of truth and its meaning. Many philosophers have devised theories with an aim of explaining this topic. Ideally, philosophers have disagreed on very fundamental aspects of human life and their beliefs. However, there is no universal definition of truth and its meaning. In evaluating, […]

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Literature Paper choose 1 from 1)Daoism and Confucianism in Writing 2)Confucianism in Cultural Studies 3) Traditional China (4) Yingying and Decima

His writings deal primarily with individual morality and ethics, and the proper exercise of political power by the rulers.Confucianism is a philosophy of living rather than a religion and may guide ones life while one practices other religions without contradiction. Confucius was a Chinese scholar and statesman who lived over 2000 years ago. He established […]

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Platos detailed description

Response paper about Plato’s detailed of how it should be decided who will rule. To adequately respond about who should rule and have political power according to Plato’s perspective, it would be necessary to recall his philosophy about meritocracy and leaders in his celebrated work The Republic. In the book, Plato outlined who, what and […]

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International Ethics

International Ethics Three of the important issues faced by the current international community according to me are humantrafficking, torture and illegal immigration. Human trafficking is the trade in humans for the purpose of sexual slavery, forced labor or for extraction of body organs (Scarpa, 28). This is one of the major ethical dilemmas of the […]

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The Stoics believed that it was important that one’s emotional state not be impacted by one’s circumstances whether they be good or bad Why did they feel this way What is a possible benefit of living this way What is a potential pitfall

Your full full September 25, Philosophy – Emotional Stoicism is an ancient school of philosophy the roots of which date back to the 3rd century BC. The believers of this school of philosophy believed that it is important that ones emotional state should not be influenced by his/her circumstances regardless of the nature of those […]

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Ideology and Social Movement in China

This interrelationship is of great significance in the development of Chinese culture, social movement and modernization. Thesis Statement: The purpose of this paper is to investigate what happens to ideas and ideologies when they are transplanted to settings other than their own original time and context. The main focus will be on Confucianism applied to […]

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Discourse Community Analysis

The language used in neighborhoods is quite different from other discourse communities. The neighborhood community which I am going to discuss here is of my childhood which brings back my thoughts about how I developed as a mature individual. It was through our usage of language that people knew as to which neighborhood we belonged […]

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Influence of HK movies

Therefore, it should be claimed that Hong Kong movie genres has combined centennial values of Chinese nation and transferred them to the contemporaries in an “easy-going” and comprehensible manner. Key words: kung fu movie, gangster movie, comedy/action comedy movie. Introduction Hong Kong cinematograph is often compared and contrasted to Hollywood cinematograph. Still, there is a […]

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How has the European Convention on Human Rights contributed to international human rights law

The researcher states that the twentieth century became a landmark in the evolution of the international human rights law. The atrocities of the Nazi regime and mass exterminations of humans during the two world wars led the world to review its attitudes toward the fundamental human rights. The European Convention on Human Rights was created […]

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Global Humanitarian Assistance of UAE

Abu Dhabi serves as the capital of the United Arab Emirates thus making it the center of the state’s political, industrial and cultural activities. In terms of governance, the United Arab Emirates is a Federal Monarchy while its political system draws its formation from the state’s constitution of 1971, which consists of several intricately related […]

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Chinese Intellectual History

The thinkers had developed their thoughts by using their individual philosophy. They suggested their own ideas about the military, political as well as economic policies to make a single ideal monarchy. They inferred that a strong centralized ruling system can only solve the prevailing problem in the country. This will end the continuous war among […]

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Ethical Manuscript

10 2500 Nursing care is given to people in all health care surroundings. Increasing difficulties and rapid changes in health care arises the need to develop patient care, technical advances, revolutionize the practice of nursing and so on. Nursing theories do not give direction on how to care for the adults and elderly, or on […]

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Impact of Financial Meltdown on Luxury Fashion Goods Market

. 17 4. Research Methodology…………………………………… 17-18 4.1 Research Philosophy………………………………….. 18-19 4.2 Data Collection……………………………………….. 19-20 4.3 Credibility and Verification…………………………… 20-21 5. Findings and Analysis…………………………………….. 22 5.1 Case Study……………………………………………… 22-23 5.1.1 Global Recession and Luxury Market…………… 24 5.1.2 Philip Rocou and his Strategies………………….. 25 5.2 Primary Research on Luxury Goods………………….. 26.-32 5.3 Primary Research on Online Selling […]

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Ecofeminism

From the case, eco-feminism is displayed from the protests of the women who pushed the government into reconsidering their lagging policies. Ecofeminism, generally, uses similarities between the oppression of women and that of the natural world in analyzing ecological issues. Ecofeminism advocates for a fundamental shift, from the constructions of the dominant groupings within the […]

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Research method for hospitality and tourism assessment a case study on Hilton hotel)

13 3250 The paper tells that tourism and hospitality are two economically important and interconnected industries that have a number of interconnected professions, such as customer service, cleaning, maintenance and cooking. Tourism is the process of a person travelling to a place that is not their usual environment and staying there for a period of […]

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Business entities

The former is considered to be a prescriptive approach, and the latter an explanatory, descriptive, or predictive approach. Normative business ethics is the domain of philosophers and theologians, while empirical business ethics is considered to be the domain of management consultants and business school professors. Scholars who represent these different domains are said to be […]

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Big Fish

Lecturer Big Fish – Series of Paragraph Topics Question Re-read the four (4) chapters en d “My Father’s Death Use two (2) examples from one of the chapters, to demonstrate how William Bloom is becoming a better story teller as the novel progresses. You may want to consider literary elements such as tone, metaphor, simile, […]

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Marketing

The objectives, goals and targets of marketing have to be monitored and met. The competitor strategies must be evaluated, estimated and exceeded. It is only through the effective use of market and its research that an organization can identify its customer’s needs and wants and try to deliver the value its customer wants .It is […]

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Franchising in Indonesia

The term franchising may be defined as a business process where an established business (known as franchiser) licenses its trademarks for products and services with tried and proven methods of doing business to a franchisee (generally an aspiring entrepreneur) in exchange for a recurring payment, and usually a percentage of gross sales or gross profits […]

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Speech on anorexia

Whatever the influence, it is clear that Anorexia can be influenced by external forces and these forces must be addressed immediately in order to create a healthier citizen population.Contemporary marketing theory generally describes the utilisation of celebrity endorsements as a means to build consumer loyalty towards a particular product. Advertisements often display well-known celebrity women, […]

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Toyota Production system

TPS is an integrated socio-technical system developed by Taiichi Ohno, Shigeo Shingo, and Eiji Toyoda. This system includes its management philosophy and practices. It assists Toyota in organizing its manufacturing activities and logistics and in effective interaction with suppliers and customers. The major objectives of TPS include resolution on the overburden, inconsistency, and elimination of […]

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In two paragraphs compare and contrast rationalism and empiricism

Rationalism and Empiricism Rationalism adopts the position that knowledge is innate and a priori. According to this position, the mind can generate knowledge on its own without any external support. The underlying assumption in the rationalist position is that people are born with the natural capacity to generate knowledge. The rationalist’s method is the appeal […]

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Why incentive plans cannot work

We will be summarizing the main points of the article below.The article by Kohn (1993) questions the assumption that rewards or incentives can do no good for the performance of employees. The article is not accepting the basic psychological assumption that underlines any incentive plan, and an explanation is given as to why incentive plans […]

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