Rhetorical Situation
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According to the report marketing has become a wide range of activities that Dyson must involve in making sure that the business continues to meet the needs of its customer and getting value in return. Social media has remained the only modern tool that marketer use to get their messages to their target markets.
Affirmative action
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According to the report the basic premise of Affirmative Action is that everyone is equal and that all races and classes have equal access to the resources of the country. Therefore, Affirmative Action is a move by Government to affirm and confirm the principles set out in the Constitution of the United States.
Merger & Acquisition in Pharmaceutical Industry
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According to the report rationales reflect a more proactive and offensive thrust, such as diversification into new geographic markets and therapeutic areas, achieving scale and scope economies, developing competitive capabilities in R&D, and fostering disruptive change. There is the sense that these rationales focus on cost reduction and on revenue enhancement.
Impact of Foreign Direct Investment in an Emerging Market
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According to the report foreign direct investments therefore comes about when investors from the developed economies transfer physical as well as financial resources towards the developing economies for the purpose of wealth creation and this has been rampant in the past years. FDI has towards emerging economies. 
Testing And Commissioning In HVAC Practices In Hong Kong
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An HVAC system’s performance is poor in a building, managers may experience a significant loss in building efficiency; bacteria may grow inside cooling towers, indoor air quality may suffer, and the health of occupant can deteriorate, leaving building owners at risk of low productivity, unwarranted sick time, and depleted HVAC system performance.
Consumers Perceptions of Global and Local Brands
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Strong brands are those brands which are able to create successful and long lasting relationship with customers. In this era of globalisation, consumers’ perceptions seem to be changing. Global brands have become centre of attraction for many consumers and companies, as it provides extra value to both parties.
The Quest For Beauty in the Twentieth Century: An Overview of Fashions Transient Trends
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Indeed, even before the twentieth century there is much evidence of women pursuing unhealthy or ridiculous fashion statements, even in cultures that have no dedicated fashion designers.
Offshore Corporation/Tax Haven
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Due to faster planes, the Internet, electronic documents, digital demands, and virtual everything, it definitely is a small word after all! Internationalization is something that the business environment must consider or those who do not will fall behind as they cannot keep up with the global way of conducting business.
Motivation in the Work Place
3 pages (753 words) , Dissertation
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Organizations have been compelled to change the way they conduct their business and to consider how to keep their employees motivated. This short part of the dissertation on the motivation topic consists of some backgrounds, describes rationales for research and explains it's aims and objectives, duch as evaluating the primary aspects that motivates employees and so on.
Investment in Libyan Oil Industry
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The objective of the study is to elaborate upon the scope of investment in the Libyan oil sector. In addition, the research is also aimed at evaluating how the economic sanctions and the subsequent economic reforms have influenced the productivity and performance of Oil Sector in Libya. This exercise will also elaborate upon the profitability of investment in the same.
Crime Seriousness and Prior Criminal Record
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According to the report the presence of a prior criminal record is definitely relevant as far as criminal justice is concerned, with the criminal history including not only the numbers of prior arrests. The gravity of previous offences and whether or not they resulted in prison sentences is an important ingredient of sentencing procedures.
Computing platforms
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Specifications have been identified with different distributions of the Linux OS. A comparison has been made on the capability of each distribution, and identified what software can be used for basic IT education.
The Influence Of "Hallyu" To Image Of Korea As A Tourist Destination And Asian Tourists' Decision-Making
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To research and identify the influence of hallyu on the image of Korea as a tourist destination among Asian tourists by providing the hypothesis hallyu has affected the increase of Asian tourist visiting Korea.
New Turkish Cinema
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There are two significant themes that the researcher presented in the essay that were embodied in the New Turkish Cinema in terms of the political experiences of the dark ages of Turkey’s film industry. One theme evokes a nostalgic or idealisation of a world that once was and a more dramatic flair by focusing attention on the purely political.
Financial analysis of "Coca-Cola"
42 pages (10542 words) , Download 1 , Dissertation
The main aim of this dissertation is to analyse the financial standing of the Coca Cola Company using ratio analysis as a tool, and to show how this can determine whether Coca Cola is financially appealing to attract further investors, and does it have enough capital to meet all its obligations. In total 24 ratios have been used.
The Creation of Identity through Retail Design and Technology
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The definition of these different concepts is based on the need to have art and fashion that is combined with technology and the ability to provide a sense of quality to each of the interior designs.The importance of these different qualities is able to move into a focus on demand and consumerism.
Differences in Management Styles between the American and the Japanese in Multinationals
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The main aims of the current research is to determine the similarities and differences of management styles between Japanese and USA multinational corporations, and to determine the style of management best suited to globalization. The study will outline Japanese human resource management, as well as that of the USA, culminating in a discussion of Japanese multinational companies (MNCs) operating in the USA and the difficulties that their styles of management need to overcome.
Perception of Leaders' Decision Making
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Perception is increasingly crucial in the decision-making process because managers and leaders must completely understand that their decisions must align with the facts. The discussion aims to investigate the responsibility leader’s decision in an organization. It similarly seeks to outline how leadership influences organizational culture.
Ploidy Manipulation in Molluscs
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Polyploidy is generally not natural in fish and shellfish, both marine and freshwater species, and is induced by various methods for the benefits that accrue to such artificial culture.
Our modern German state
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With the opportunity to look back, it is possible to see that Hitler did indeed provide large sums of monetary support for the art world he believed in, which did lead to the proliferation of many new sculptures and other artworks; however, the constraints placed on Germany’s art world did not lead the country to produce highly influential works of art. Instead, they reflect the struggle for creative expression within a dictatorial regime in which creative expression was to be feared rather than celebrated.
The Home Environment and its Effect on the Older People
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The process of aging introduces new physical and mental limitations in older people and these people experience a deterioration in their eyesight, sense of hearing, muscle and bone strength as well as a deterioration in short – term memory and general cognitive performance amongst other age-induced limitations.
Production for Live Events and Television University of the Arts London
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Sponsorship is defined as a highly cost effective method aimed at increasing purposively the levels of brand of a product and to generate public awareness.
Product Designs & Development
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This research paper examines China’s progressive growth which has been a source of inspiration to the whole world with the country focusing on export-targeted production under active state direction. The process of product design ideally should dovetail with the other parts of the development process although it typically occurs at the beginning of the process.
Analysis of the function of Hedging in the Futures Market
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This study has been conceived with the all-important aim of analyzing and assessing the role of hedging in the futures market and to evolve a framework that would facilitate taking the right position in the futures market and use hedging as a management tool for withstanding business uncertaintities and price fluctuations.
Brand Improvement of Toyota
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Modern business is all about strategy and competition with its rivals. The competition within an industry is gradually increasing with the expansion of business as many new players are entering the market. There are several reasons behind this intensifying competition. Globalization has resulted in serious competition in all the industry markets.
Management of Pressure Ulcers among Chronic Care Patients
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Management of Pressure Ulcers among Chronic Care Patients. Pressure ulcers are one of the most common issues among chronic care adult patients. These pressure ulcers mostly arise from the limited mobility of the patient, owing to a variety of medical conditions including stroke, fractures, spinal injury, and similar physically debilitating diseases.
Corporate Governance and its Influence on the Role of Auditors in The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
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The current study aims to determine the influence of corporate governance on the role of auditors in Saudi Arabia. Through the use of a purposive sample of 150 auditors, the present study suggests that auditors in KSA perceive corporate governance positively in terms of its capacity to put forth strategies that increase company operations.
Preparing People to Manage, Support and Use ERP Systems
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Furthermore, it also aims to examine the different challenges that the organisations encounter whenever they prepare their people to manage, support and use enterprise systems. Through surveys and interviews conducted among 53 participants, the quantitative and qualitative data were subjected to both statistical and thematic analysis.
How To Attract Saudi Pharmacists To Work As Medical Representatives In The Private Sector?
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This consultancy project aims to give recommendations for Novartis – Saudi Arabia on how it can attract Saudi pharmacists to work as medical representatives in the company.The research revealed that there were shared perception and misconception among respondents about the medical representative work.
Nuclear Plants and Seafood Safety
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Nuclear energy, lauded as a clean, safe and cost-effective energy source, has its own environmental impacts which have not been properly defined or quantified, owing to problems of measurement and identification. But the impact of nuclear plants on seafood safety has of late become a matter of grave concern.
Use of Experts in Scholarly Research
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Newer concepts have been introduced in the field of epistemology in order to better fit the changing requirements of the society through the use of more adequate models.The role of experts in imparting knowledge and instructing research has undergone much debate, and a substantial degree of evolution.However, there is a constant friction present between the traditional set up of teaching involving the role of experts as authorities (Tynjala, 1999), and the postmodern (Galt, 2008) concept of constructivism (Murphy, 1997).
Renewable Energy Resources
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Fossil fuels, though having organic origin, are not included in the list as they are not renewable. All the organic material constituting biomass can be used to produce energy.
National Geographic Photography
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Founded in 1888, the National Geographic Society, publishers of National Geographic Magazine, developed its mission, which is "for the increase and diffusion of geographic Knowledge." (“Penn Museum Presents in Focus 2005).
The concerns of obesity in children and young people: physical activity and sedentary behaviours
49 pages (12299 words) , Dissertation
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The current study adds knowledge about complicated relationships between obesity and obesity-related health risk behaviors and provides some implications for future interventions for obesity. Obesity is associated with numerous health complications and can cause difficulty in many organ systems.
Sustainable Development of Tourism Snowdonia Park
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This research aims to highlight the importance of sustainability in tourism with a specific focus on the need for involvement of the local community and other stakeholders. It also proposes to develop a charter for sustainable development with active collaboration of local communities in a ‘bottom-up’ plan addressing the initiators of policy on tourism.
Current literature review of experimental design (or researh methodology)
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The effectiveness of computer-assisted instruction cannot be renounced, but classroom instruction may not be totally replaced by computer-assisted instruction, so it's perfect to combine the two methods with some psychological approaches may yield the best possible results.
Milton and Marvell: Waging War with the Written Word
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Data was collected from the primary sources and secondary sources. Primary sources used were history books and the works of Milton and Marvell, while secondary sources were the works of critics and scholars of history and literature.
Capital Punishment - Arbitrary by Nature
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According to the report some of the sobering findings of this study included: defendants that killed white victims were more likely to get the death penalty; nearly half of potential death penalty cases resulted in plea bargains; geography played a major role in who was sentenced to death; and defendants who commit similar crimes receive different sentences from judges.
Youth decision for military careers
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Today's military is geared toward relationship-building, career accomplishment, and helps to instill methods of teamwork that benefit the teenager in the short-term, but also teaches life enhancement techniques that carry well into adulthood.
What is Politics?
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During the primordial state of man, chaos is everywhere due to the stiff competition for survival. Man lives in an inevitable partition against other individual to secure territory, food and property. Decentralization is the embodiment of man’s primitive status quo.
The development of travel and tourism industry
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The aim of the paper is to show all the developments of travel and tourism industry. The development of travel and tourism may be broadly attributed to the following factors: improvement in transportation, development of mass tourism/all-inclusive package holidays, decline of seaside resorts, socio-economic changes etc.
The improvement of teaching and learning through technology by blended learning in secondary schools
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Technology has permeated practically every field of life and education is no exception. Today children are exposed to technology from a very early age. Technology plays a critical role in various fields of learning which includes planning.
Parental Involvement (chapter 4)
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Information about the school district from where data gathering was conducted is explained. The target area for the study was Oklahoma City, wherein 540 public schools were enlisted for participation in the study.
A Theory of Dividends
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The writer reviews some of the dividend theories and related issues along with important other factors that influence the share prices. The issue of dividends is always studied in two parts known as dividend policies and dividend theories. Several people have pronounced different theories on how dividend policies are determined and implanted.
Migration Impact on the UK's Economy between 2005 and 2015
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During the last decade, the economy of the United Kingdom has experienced a steady flow of migration into the economy from various parts of the globe, especially from China, India and Pakistan. The net migration flow was 182,000 in 2013 and the figure crossed 260,000 at the end of 2014 (Office for National Statistics, 2014).
Factors affecting buyer and supllier relationship
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The author defines opportunism аs ‘self-interest or distorted disclosure of information, especially to calculated efforts to mislead, distort, disguise, obfuscate, or otherwise confuse’. Examples of oportunistic behaviors аre cheating, lack of honesty during the time of the contract, mаking empty promises or misrepresentаtion of а product’s quаlity.
Essentials of Customer Service Improvement for Leisure Customers
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The author will look at the latest technologies such as the internet and email. He will provide suggestions of getting the advantage of these prevalent technologies and how the luxury hotels can improve their service. Good Customers service for a leisure customer in hotels is not just setting high standards, but being friendly with the leisure customer.
Technology & Students of Dyslexia
10 pages (2510 words) , Dissertation
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The paper throws light on the statement that the use of technological means improves the processing speeds in the minds of students diagnosed with dyslexia. Moreover, the paper explores the use of technology designed to help students with dyslexia. The paper also discusses the role of Interactive Metronome in this regard.
Thesis On E-Government In Jordan
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The results have been pretty drastic ever since E-government was implemented within different nations thus showing the benefits loud and clear. Hence came a term by the name of E-government and with it there were a lot of changes to the conventional manner of going about doing things in the governmental environs.
how to design fashion psychologically
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The author states that clothing and accessories are a demonstration of people’s feelings and perceptions, and the manner in which they hope to be perceived by others. Therefore, purchasing clothes can be equated to the purchase of an identity. Fashion generally contributes to a vital part of a person’s welfare in the society.  
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