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Carl Rogers Humanistic Approach
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The author states that the two elements, e.g. realness and acceptance are useful and attractive for those who work in the field of psychology. As far as the third element, "empathetic understanding", is concerned, he states that this condition brings a lot of problems.
Human computer interaction
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Bush The author of this paper is a respected scientist in the scientific community of the Allies. The paper is set in the immediate aftermath of the Second World War and the author concentrates on the large amounts of learning and research produced during the war effort and the inaccessibility posed by the large volumes of information available.
History of the crusades concentrating on the 1st crusade
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This paper aims to discuss one of the most argued and debated religious conflicts of man’s history. This particular conflict also involves two of the most wide-spread religions in the world today, Islam and Christianity. This paper use different journals and articles in order to get different perspectives on the crusade, how it started and what were the details of the campaign.
Stem-Cell Therapy
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Furthermore, new tests can be conducted on these neurons for the research into drugs to treat brain diseases. Professor Arenas and his team, whose research is carried out as part of a EuroSTELLS collaboration identified one particular molecule, a protein called Wnt5a together with another protein, noggin result in more DA neurons cultured and were tested proficient.
Electrical Cars
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rther, he points out that “Electric cars have far fewer moving parts than gasoline ones, so there will be fewer things to break down.” Finally, “electric vehicles don’t emit pollution locally.” These are the main reasons why the author advocates for electric powered
Communication of corporate social responsibility (CSR)
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Journal of International Marketing, 19 (2), 30-44. The study highlighted the impact of corporate social responsibility communications on the perceptions of organizations along with their brands among consumers in two distinct cultures.
Coaching and Mentoring
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I chose the topic of coaching and mentoring, because nursing education does not entirely rely on classroom education to serve its learning needs. Nursing interns and practitioners altogether need coaching and mentoring that will aid their professional development.
Profit Implications of Malware
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Elizondo, Computational Intelligence for Privacy and Security). However a malware will not specifically fall into either these groups as some malwares fall into more than one category. The most common groups are virus, worms Trojan horse, rootkit, spywares and adware.
Jenny Holzer
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The exposition was at the Whitney Museum entitled "A Retrospective on a Career of Sounding the Alarm. Jenny Holzer Web. 20 April 2011 http://www.pbs.org/art21/artists/holzer/ This is a wonderful site with multiple videos of interviews and expositions (slide shows).
Annotated Bibliography
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Here, historians provided a brief backgrounder on Bantu-speaking Africans, who originated from West Central Africa. It featured some of its farming and cultural practices. Bantu group migration was described to move slowly southward seeking to explore new frontiers of lands and herds.
Ethcis of Stem Cell Research
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The premier goal of this kind of scientific research is to identify exactly how cells differentiate and , using this knowledge, then be able to .turn such cells into those useful to treat various debilitating conditions, such as removing the need for transplants.
Contingency perspectives of leadership are better at motivating employees
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British Journal of Management, Vol. 21, 393–410. Type of Article 1. scholarly or other 2. authors 3. Research/literature review/meta-analysis/critique/other Research article Aim/purpose of article Previous studies of leadership and its effects have focused on the behavior of leaders.
Annotated Bibliography Annotated Bibliography
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They can even expect about future technology. The available technology can make them to think about new technologies by thoughts and expectations raised by him in the book. The shifts focus from the capacity of the computers to the caliber of the users in utilizing them.
Is Local food a better way to eat?
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Global trade in agricultural product has eradicated two things; first there is nothing called seasonal and second there is seldom a food product that we can call local and that way unique. Agriculture produce now makes a few thousand miles journey to reach parts of world that might be geographically at diametrically opposite position.
Pre Hospital Care Treatment and Management
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Nursing intervention has a lot of importance concerning this matter. Considerably, it rests in the hands of the nurses how the patients would react on the process that is made for them to follow by their doctors. No, the process is not easy. Considering that the patients are undergoing both physical and emotional difficulties, this reading focuses on how a nurses should respond to the needs of the patient with much consideration on the situation being undergone by the individual at that moment, trying to understand why they are the way that they are.
Annotated Bibliography
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ills while other seek it, a horror movie may be entertaining to an individual while at the same time induce fear to the other and the association of sensation seeking with addiction, drug abuse, and anxiety disorders. The study establish some connection between sensational or
Annotated bibliographies for 3 journal articles
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This article deals with the study of various social issues like immigrants, racial discrimination and social transformations, that have been a problem from times immemorial, yet continue to challenge us even today. It is time that we take a look at some of the old social issues that still continue to plague us, in a completely new perspective, in order to solve the problem once and for all.
Human terrain: Past, present and future applications
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9/11 incident, the US involved in many fronts simultaneously most of the places which involved fighting insurgents and gorilla style militants, the knowledge and the know-how of the local population and how to win their hearts over the advances of the enemy was termed utmost
Income Distribution
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Some of the factors that affect the top 1 percent include impact of tax policy, richer view of the labor market, capital income, and the correlation between earned income and capital income. The top tax rates move in the opposite direction from pre-tax income
Business ethics research paper
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The optimal portfolio shows out that different portfolio could have different return and risk level (Neubman, 2008). In many situations, each investor needs to make a decision concerning
criminal justice issues
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Peer and authority relationships are pivotal to the incorporation of correct social behavior in the growing student. Another factor
stem cell treatment for parkinsons disease to produce dopaminergic neurons
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Apparently, these research studies have shown laboratory-produced stem cells that produce dopamine can be used to treat Parkinson’s patients by replacing the damaged neurons with these laboratory manufactured ones. The
I need an annotated bibliography with 10 sources for the benefits of Stem Cell Research
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This would be helpful in a research paper about stem cell research as it would aid in the acknowledgment of the opposite side which is necessary in this type of paper. In addition
Organisational Behaviour Management: An Annotated Bibliography
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Hellriegel and Slocum explained the importance of studying organisational behaviour both for personal efficacy and organisational effectiveness. Hence, a working knowledge of organisational behaviour builds up the necessary competencies to achieve effectiveness on a personal and organisational level
Education Trends, Theories, and Practices
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This article is intended to offer critical guidance and insights to the teachers and policy makers with regard to problems faced while dealing with and installing technology in classrooms, and the prospective implications of the same. The authors have attempted to examine the relationship between various learning theories and instructional theories and the instructional technologies and have concluded that the future of education, on account of such technological advancements seem to be extremely bright.
Sustainable hospital and the healing process and employee good morale
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These are integral in ensuring high levels of employee and patient satisfaction and loyalty. The paper will examine existing motivating programs and the ensuing strengths and weaknesses. One of the strength of the motivating programs is that its’ automation makes it easier to identify individual merits and reward them accordingly.
Principle terrestrial biomes
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Bawa, Kamajlit S. and S. Dayanandan. “Global Climate Change and The Tropical Rain Forest” Northeastern Naturalist 6.4 (1999): 473-485. This is a journal article that covers the Tropical Rain Forests Biome. The article begins by explaining how incredibly important the genetic density of the tropical rain forests, not just for ecological and conservation purposes, but for humans as well.
Human Development and Functioning
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Theories of Human Development and Functioning. In the field of human development and functioning, the theory of lifespan psychology has taken new dimensions with preceding years. On that basis, we can say the theory has progressed for the better development of humanity.
Annotated Bibliography in APA Style
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Annotated Bibliography   Ash, J. S., Berg, M., & Coiera, E. (2004). Some unintended consequences of information technology in health care: The nature of patient care information system-related errors. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 11(2), 104–112.
Annotated Bibliography. Information Security Risk Assessment Framework and Metrics in the South Australia Real Estate Sector.
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Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (2010) Prudential Practice Guide: PPG 234- Management of security risk in information and information technology. Web: http://www.apra.gov.au/Policy/upload/PPG_PPG234_MSRIT_012010_v7.pdf. Accessed on 10th April 2012.
Women and the glass ceiling in corporate America
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Henrietta Francis Liberty University BUSI 501-D04 Dr. Robins Hoggins-Blake November 25, 2012 Abstract: This brief annotated bibliography helps to shed light on the glass ceiling as experienced by women in corporate America. As such, the author has researched the topic and provided a litany of sources and explanations which will help in provided a detailed research overview of the topic.
Annotated Bibliography : A Review of the Effects of the Internet on College Students.
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Blankenship, M. (2011). How Social Media Can and Should Impact Higher Education. Education Digest: Essential Readings Condensed For Quick Review, 76(7), 39- 42 The article details a survey conducted of, approximately, 1,000 different schools to determine how rooted social media and other web atmospheres are within higher education; 80% of the survey participants admitted that they are dependent upon social media, both, as leisure and as part of their teaching and learning processes.
Delegation & Empowerment
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Delegation & Empowerment Literature Review: Annotated Bibliography Student Name Liberty University Annotated Bibliography Curtis, E., & Nicoll, H. (2004). Delegation: A Key Function of Nursing. Nursing Management, 11(4), pp. 26-31. Curtis and Nicoll have managed to discuss delegation and employee empowerment as a key attribute of effective leadership.
A Second Look At The History Of Christianity
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What was the original message of Jesus Christ and did he really plan to build a big institutionalized church named after him? Did Jesus Christ really want to have more than 41,000 feuding denominations all claiming to be Christian churches and almost all claiming to be the only way towards salvation?
RACIAL PROFILING
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sues pertaining to National Security. Strong Response Notes While the statements were made they seemed vague with no clear indications as to how and based on what information the decisions were made The lack of data is disheartening and shows that this report may be simply a cover page or introduction?
The Supernatural and the Reality of Zombies
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Ackermann, Hans W., and Jeanine Gauthier. "The Ways and Nature of the Zombie." Journal of American Folklore 1991: 466-494. Print. The article by Hans Ackermann and Jeanine Gauthier talks about the origins of zombies and the supernatural entities that surround such phenomenon.
Controlling Menopausal symptoms the natural way with diet, exercise and vitamins.
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Published in 2009, this book is a scholarly as well as a popular work and is written by Winifred Cutler who obtained her PhD in biology from University of Pennsylvania and did her postdoctoral work in behavioral endocrinology from Stanford University. This book sheds light upon the dietary component of the management of menopause but does not discuss the effects of exercise in detail.
Global Business Cultural Analysis, China
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While not replete with information on specific differences directly applicable to business practice, Seeds of Fire provides a useful overview of some of the broad patterns of behavior in China which might be bewildering or unexpected to visitors or scholars in the West.
child abuse
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(Ruth, 150) Child abuse can be of different types; (John, 27) Physical abuse Sexual abuse Abuse to the emotions Ignorance Negative Effects Statistical figures have exhibited alarming figures as far as child abuse is concerned in Greenville South Carolina; 1019 cases of child abuse were reported in the year 2005 which speaks volumes of the negative effects it might have inflicted on the community.
Does TV Increase Violence among Children and Teenagers?
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Some of the media is said to have a harmful impact on children. The document discusses whether or not TV influences others or TV shows influence events that take place for reasons other than TV persuasion. The article also focuses on the responsibility of media companies.
Benefits of exercising
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2 Apr 2011. Ross and Thomas performed a review of the existing literature on yoga and its health benefits, and discovered that yoga is one of the best forms of physical exercise on all the factors they measured except for fitness. Thomas and Ross are both lecturers at the School of Nursing at the University of Maryland – Baltimore, both holding R.N.
Enforcement of International Law
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References Dolgopol, U. & Gardam, J.G. (2006). The Challenge of Conflict: International Law Responds. The Netherlands. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. This book presents the challenges being faced by the International Court of Justice (ICJ), United Nations (UN) and Security Council, and their roles as peacekeepers by resolving issues which involve disputes among member States.
Bloody Mary
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It is imperative to do further research of the legend. The author is an internet blogger. A blogger provides its own finding and/or theories about numberless subjects. The site could be used to debunk the basis of a theory or provide different aspects. I don’t believe this site should be recommended to other writers.
Harry Lloyd Hopkins
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Through active partaking in the different social associations, he was able to be part of the cause of some of its huge growth and development. Then Governor of New York Franklin D. Roosevelt noticed his outstanding administration and management, promoting him to higher positions in different organizations such as TERA, FERA and WPA.
Racial profiling--Overcoming the perception of racial profiling
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Web. 11 Mar 2011. https://login.ezproxy.fiu.edu/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/197229732?accountid=10901 Reading Notes -The initial line introduces this as a community relations issue. -There is perception among the public that the police racially profiling, i.e.
current issue in nursing
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Quality improvement policies and activities evolve as a result of need/concern in specific areas of patient care. These quality improvement needs can only be addressed by nurses who are directly involved in patient care. Nursing administrators should have excellent quality improvement skills as they significantly influence care and efficiency of patient treatment and outcomes.
Does Thoreau's Civil Disobedience suggest that he is a strong anarchist?
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This concept calls upon the citizens to rise up and disobey laws that are unjust as well as political regimes that are unjust or tyrannical. Since the 18th century, when it was introduced by the scholar, the concept of civil disobedience has become a very popular, yet highly controversial subject of political philosophy and legal jurisprudence.
Core stability and low back pain
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In addition, many institutions offers similar program to these already popular trend.  The core is consist of 29 pair of muscles (ie. rectus abdomilas, tansversus abdominis, quadratus lumborum, multifidi) that help to stabilize the spine, pelvis, and kinetic chain during movements.  Without theses muscles, the spine would become mechanically unstable.  When the system works as it should the result is proper force distribution and maximal force generation with minimal force at the joints.  The core is particularly important in sports because it provides stability and mobility.  It has been suggested and studied that core stability and strengthening exercises are important in maintaining
Nursing articles on HIV
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Journal of the Association of Nurses in Aids Care, 23, 4, 318-328. Boudreau and Fisher have divided their article concerning the field study on human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome into two different parts; each part focusing on different issues.
Network Security.
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Jackson, Chris. Network security auditing. San Francisco: Cisco Press, 2010. Print. Jackson’s book takes a very specific approach to computer network security at all levels. It examines the importance of network security in organizations and the importance of protecting data.
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