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Nigerian women
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...study of Nigeria shows that about 81% of women in the age from 15 to 49 were ever married (Isiugo-Abanihe 1998). Six respondents of our sample are married, one respondent is single, and one is divorced. The average fertility rate for Nigerian population is 5,4. Nevertheless, there are 3 female bankers with three children, 2 with two children, 1 having one child, 1 having four children, and one woman without children. As can be seen, the average amount of children in the research population is lower than that of the whole... Introduction The results chapter deals with the presentation of results of the interview held in accordance with the methodology described in the previous chapter. To make it easier...
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Nigerian politics as a basis of the case study on African politics
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...study of African politics is a multifaceted subject unified only by oppression and struggle. In this article we have selected Nigerian politics as a basis of the case study on African politics. We will examine its rise from colonialism through its arduous journey through civil wars, military rule, and dictatorship to its current social and political situation. To understand the nuances of Nigerian politics it is important to dwell briefly on its colonial days... Full Department: Case Study in African Politics: Africa is the most studied continent for various reasons. Itis the second largest continent as well as the second with regards to population explosion. Africa is also highly regarded by scientists ...
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Human Resource Accounting Policies and Practices: A Case Study of the Nigerian Banking Sector
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...Study of the Nigerian Banking Sector Table of Contents Introduction 3 Understanding and Importance of Human Resource Accounting 3 Brief Overview of Nigeria and its Banking Sector 5 Human Resource Practices in Nigerian Banking Sector 7 Conclusion 8 Reference 9 Introduction The management practices and concept in the post-modern era have been changed significantly. As an effect of globalization and internationalisation, the competition in the world market has intensified significantly. With such competition, the business organisations are aiming to strengthen their internal capability. In the process of enhancing their competitive advantage over... ?Human Resource Accounting Policies and Practices: A Case...
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Nigerian Banking
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...studies have been carried out to understand the importance of corporate social responsibility as the foremost condition in ensuring the banking stability in reforms (Achua, 2008). Based on the extensive review undertaken on the policies and practices of banking operaions in Nigeria it is reported that "self-induced vices, regulatory laxity, inauspicious macro-economic environment, and endemic corruption in the economy as the major constraints to the discharge of CSR in the Nigerian banking system" (Achua, 2008). It is also emphasized that the banking systems would refocus their attention... An examination of contemporary performance management strategies used in the Nigerian Banking sub-sector and their ...
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Read the case study. And answer the question 2 only. We decided to entry Africa-( Nigerian) market
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...Nigerian market include Artee industries alongside its partner “Internationale Spar Centrale BV.” These stores and other smaller retail stores can be credited for immense expansion in the retail market with over two hundred million Naira in two years (Emmanuel). Expansion in the Nigerian market can be attributed to the high population of the country... Question #2 The company shall face competition from local retailers and especially from the Retail Supermarkets Nigeria Ltd. The company runs the national chain of Shoprite stores. It increased its number of stores through four additional stores expanding its presence in the country in the period between 2011 and 2012 (Abiodun). Other competitors in the N...
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Nigerian politics and culture
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...Nigerian style Nigerian politics and culture; corruption Rebeka Olmande Cross-Cultural Perspectives SOC315 Pamela Collins Insert Date Outline Introduction An overview of corruption and definitive issues Nature and characteristics of corruption Major causes of corruption Impacts of corruption Conclusion Nigerian politics and culture; corruption Introduction Corruption in Nigeria is marked by an extraordinary style that has long been attributed to variables related to culture and politics. The country has experienced hardships over the years in trying to curb the corruption challenge. Massive empirical and conceptual studies have portrayed Nigeria as a ground that incorporates... Running head: Corruption...
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Nigerian politics and culture
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...Nigerian style Nigerian politics and culture; corruption Rebeka Olmande Cross-Cultural Perspectives SOC315 Pamela Collins Insert Date Outline Introduction An overview of corruption and definitive issues Nature and characteristics of corruption Major causes of corruption Impacts of corruption Conclusion Nigerian politics and culture; corruption Introduction Corruption in Nigeria is marked by an extraordinary style that has long been attributed to variables related to culture and politics. The country has experienced hardships over the years in trying to curb the corruption challenge. Massive empirical and conceptual studies have portrayed Nigeria as a ground that incorporates... ?Running head: Corruption...
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How Ethnicity Affects Nigerian Politics
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...Nigerian Politics al Affiliation) According to Okome, ethni in many African countries can be traced back to the effects of colonialism. Due to the brutality of colonialism, many African communities were forced to extensively rely on their closest relatives and friends for support, both at the social, political and economic level. This was heightened especially after independence, as many communities sought to scramble for political power and the scarce resources like land. The colonial government used extractive systems of political and economic institutions, which contributed to a situation where after independence, the unequal distribution of resources was at the forefront... How Ethni Affects Nigerian ...
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British and Nigerian Foundation Curriculum
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...Nigerian Foundation Curriculum Introduction What is a curriculum Barnett, W. S. (2006) defines curriculum as an integrated of academic studies composed of classes outlined by an institution for completion of a program of study leading to a study leading to a degree or certificate. What is a nursery or foundation for study Baker, G. (1973) defines nursery or foundation for study as a care facility for children below school going age, usually starting from infancy to ages of three to four. Usually nurseries emphasize on structured learning, recognizing pictures, colors, sounds, storytelling, puzzles, building blocks and other skills. British education policy: While comparing... ...
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The Structure and Development of Nigerian Economy
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...Nigerian Economy since her independence Introduction: Nigerian economy is a very strange case of a country having to start all over again after 40 years of independence. The economy nose dived into severe depths due to a plethora of problems such as coups and military rule, Muslim - Christian religious division and animosity, border demarcation issues with neighboring countries, poor banking infrastructure and corruption in all sectors. Nigeria gained Independence in 1960 and became a republic three years later. With over 140 million people, Nigeria has largest population in Africa. Nigeria is one the most significant African countries... earnings, and how this factor has weakened its...
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Inequalities and Incentives in the Nigerian Education System
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...Nigerian Education System: Investigating the Origins and Outcomes of the Public-Private Split Education inequality refers to the different learning results and efficacy that the student experience coming from various groups. Measurement of education effectiveness is done using grades that the students in study score, test scores, the rates of drop-outs, college completion rates, and college statistics. Education inequality is attributed to economic disparities that often fall on racial grounds and mostly in the modern conversation concerning educational equity conflates the two. Education inequality between the minority students... Literature Review Sociology by Inequalities and Incentives in the...
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Marketing of Sanyo Aqua Washing Machine in the Nigerian Market
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...Nigerian market. The paper will examine some of the products being offered by Sanyo, its current position within the market, some competitive factors that could be affecting it through the Porter's five forces and relationship marketing affecting this company. Thereafter, some conclusions and recommendations will be made about the potential success of the Aqua washing machine within the Nigerian market. Chapter 1: Porter's five forces In order to determine whether... Introduction Sanyo is an international company that specializes in the manufacture of home appliances. The company has branches in various parts of the world including Africa. Sanyo plans on launching a washing machine called Aqua to the...
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NIGERIAN PETROLEUM INDUSTRY: OIL AND GAS SECTOR ANALYSIS
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...Nigerian Petroleum Industry: Oil and Gas Sector Analysis Table of Contents Introduction 3 Industry Overview 3 PEST Analysis 7 Big Issues and their future implications 12 Porter’s five Forces Model 13 Competition within the industry 17 Response to the outside competition 17 Conclusion 18 Reference List 19 Appendix 22 Introduction Nigeria is well known for its huge abundance of natural resources, especially hydrocarbons. It is ranked as the tenth largest oil producer in world, third in Africa and most productive oil producer in the region of sub-Saharan Africa. The economy of Nigeria is largely dependent on the oil, which contributes to almost 95 percent of foreign exchange...
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Multiple plays and Dramatist
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...Lago’s Ultimate Malicious Scheme. Iago is one of the most important characters in the play Othello. Throughout his career as a soldier, he fought together with Othello for many years. Because of this close and supposedly trusted association, Othello makes him his own personal advisor. Othello, however, makes Casio his lieutenant, a position that Lago assumed to be his. He, therefore, he feels that Othello betrayed him. Besides, he thinks that Othello has an affair with his wife. He confesses to Roderigo “I have told thee often and I tell thee again and again, I hate moor: my cause is hearted; thine hath no less reason” (Meyer: 215). Because of this, Iago begins to plan ways on how he can... Ultimate...
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Marketing strategy:marketing of SANYO 'AQUA' washing machine in the nigerian market
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...Nigerian market. The paper will examine some of the products being offered by Sanyo, its current position within the market, some competitive factors that could be affecting it through the Porter’s five forces and relationship marketing affecting this company. Thereafter, some conclusions and recommendations will be made about the potential success of the Aqua washing machine within the Nigerian market. Chapter 1: Porter’s five forces In order to determine whether... Introduction Sanyo is an international company that specializes in the manufacture of home appliances. The company has branches in various parts of the world including Africa. Sanyo plans on launching a washing machine called Aqua to the...
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The Effect of Bad Debt Management in Nigerian Banking Industry and Remedies
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...Nigerian Banking Industry and Remedies – A Case Study of Afribank Nigeria Plc Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 CHAPTER ONE 4 1.Introduction 4 1.1Background of the Study 5 1.2Problem Statement 6 1.3Aim and Objective of the Study 6 1.4Significance of the Study 7 1.5Scope and Limitation of the Study 8 1.6Definition of Terms 9 CHAPTER TWO 10 2.Literature Review 10 2.1Nigerian Banking Industry and its Role in Economic Growth 10 2.2Deregulation of the Banking System 12 2.3Credit Risk and its Management Strategies 13 2.4Impact of Credit Risk 17 CHAPTER THREE 19 3.Research Methodology 19 3.1Justification of the Methodology 19 3.2Research Methodologies 20 3.2.1... ? The Effect of Bad Debt Management in...
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Nigerian Agip Oil Company
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From this study it is clear that the oil and gas industry is one of the most important sectors of the Nigerian economy. Thus there is a considerable amount of literature providing information on this specific industry. These have also offered an insight into the operations of the major oil producing companies present in Nigeria. Some of the literary works have also enumerated the success of these international companies and have tried to determine the reasons behind their high performance.This study declares that similar to Mariby’s report, author Frynas has examined the conflict between the foreign oil companies and local village communities in Nigeria. The book begin...
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Critical Appraisal of a Paper (Hepatitis B and C virus co-infection in Nigerian patients with HIV infection)
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...Nigerian patients with HIV infection. 2009. – A Critical Appraisal Recommended decision about the article Acceptance subject to minor revision - This research article is quite valid and reliable. However, it will only need minor revision, as a few aspects in the methodology, presentation and formating will need to be adjusted. This will ensure more clarity and authenticity of the article.     General Assessment Rankings from HIGH (5) to LOW (1): Originality (4) The originality of this research article is quite commendable, and stands above average. This study is the first to be conducted in the National Hospital in Abuja, Nigeria... Adewole Olufemi et al. Hepatitis B and C virus co-infection in...
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The Level of Employee Engagement and Organisational Performance in the Nigerian Public Secto
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...Nigerian Public Sector A Case Study of Nigeria Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs and National Information Technology Development Acknowledgement I dedicate this work to my parents and teachers who have helped and guided me to be what I am today. Without their kindness and love I would not have been in the position where I am today. Moreover, I would also like to acknowledge the efforts and help of my professor and friends who were always there to guide me while conducting this research. Abstract Whether employees’ engagement has something to do with the performance level of employees? And if yes, then how does employees... ’ engagement relate to employees’ performance, i.e. positively or...
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Why do you want to be a petroleum engineer. As a nigerian student in Texas A&M University
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...study Petroleum Engineering Oil and gas sector greatly contributes to the economy of my country Nigeria. The present government has initiated a reform program directed at power sector’s privatization which can bring a revolutionary change in the oil and gas sector in Nigeria and guarantee reliable power supply. In an environment where the government is initiating policies to attract more foreign investment, and increase the capacity of production, getting a degree in Petroleum Engineering surfaces as the right choice. Ongoing growth in the consumption of energy worldwide implies that demand for Petroleum Engineers is increasing. In spite of the economic climate, active recruitment... Why I want to study ...
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The Future of Nigerian Advertising Industry
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Therefore, current researches and studies in the field of advertising are focused on different strategies and tactics of advertising campaigns. It can be said that in the future brands of Nigeria will look in a different manner. Why? Of course, because of globalization! Such phenomenon as globalization caused many changes even in the most developed and powerful countries. That is why the economy of the countries, which were not considered the powerful players on the global market before, was influenced much and this influence is considered as positive as it brought many new opportunities. The dynamic world of development and rapid changes and outcomes in the world of marketing can lead to sh...
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In what way and with what kind of strategic choice does the Apple Inc. use to entry into the Nigerian market
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...Nigerian market? [Instructor’s Name] [Date] In what way and with what kind of strategic choices does the Apple Inc. used to enter into the Nigerian market? Introduction In the contemporary world rapid changes are taking place within a blink of eye. For instance, changes in our lifestyles, changes in the way we execute different tasks and most importantly the changes occurring in technology, especially related to the use of computers are remarkable. This has ultimately brought new companies into the computer market all around the world in order to fulfill the ever increasing demand of more sophisticated... In what way and with what kind of strategic choices does the Apple Inc. used to enter into the...
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An examination of contemporary performance management strategies used in the Nigerian Banking subsector and their relational effects on the banks performance after recapitalization with a cross sectional analysis of events from 2005 to 2009
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...STUDY The bad of Nigerian banks have lead to the process of consolidation in their operations. From a initial list of 84 banks the total number of banks were reduced to 25 banks with the objective of providing better service to the customers and also to ensure reliable support to the nation building. Thus in order to evaluate the progress of these banks towards the meeting the desired objective a detailed research into their current operations and management strategies is necessary. One of the major challenges that the Nigerian banks would face is to tailor their operations to enhance their profits and credibility in the market. This would demand a detailed introspection... REPORT PURPOSE OF THE STUDY...
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Decision Making Case Study
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...Study This work is an elaboration of the decision-making process that managers ought to use at their place of work in a way that will strike balance between their management skills and the employee morale. The rationale for such a decision-making process is to make the decision makers in making binding decisions without straining their relationships (Nutt, David & Wilson 40). The chosen decision-making process bases on the case study of Dave as a department manager for an IT firm. From the case, there was a general misunderstanding between Alex and Dave because neither of them understood each other’s situation concerning their supposed deadline. Dave finds himself worked... Decision Making Case Study...
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* An examination of contemporary performance management strategies used in the Nigerian Banking sub-sector and their relational effects on the banks performance after recapitalization with a cross sectional analysis of events from 2005 to 2009
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...studies have been carried out to understand the importance of corporate social responsibility as the foremost condition in ensuring the banking stability in reforms (Achua, 2008). Based on the extensive review undertaken on the policies and practices of banking operaions in Nigeria it is reported that “self-induced vices, regulatory laxity, inauspicious macro-economic environment, and endemic corruption in the economy as the major constraints to the discharge of CSR in the Nigerian banking system” (Achua, 2008). It is also emphasized that the banking systems would refocus their attention... An examination of contemporary performance management strategies used in the Nigerian Banking sub-sector and their ...
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Case study
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...STUDY: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Affiliation Case Study: Human Resource Management The overall reason for Marietta’s perceived lack of enthusiasm and positive attitude for the company is the lack of commitment from the management and failure to follow the work schedule in the training manual. The primary reasons for Marietta’s lack of enthusiasm and positive attitude in the company are the first impression by the two apprentices and the name they gave the company ‘Grunt. The management also did not review their training journals as was expected, and there were no Monday meetings as promised. The last time the apprentices had a Monday meeting was three months before. The other cause... was...
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Scientific study
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...Study 1. The scientific paper under review entitled, “Impact of Mesophyll Diffusion on Estimated Global Land CO2 Fertilization” demonstrates how current carbon cycle models undervalue the lasting receptiveness of global terrestrial productivity to CO2 fertilization. It is due to this that underestimation of carbon dioxide fertilization is sourced by an inbuilt model structural deficiency related to lack of clear representation of Carbon dioxide diffusion inside leaves. It should be noted that this leads to overestimation of CO2 available at the carboxylation site. This is one of the major reasons for which the ratio... Impact of Mesophyll Diffusion on Estimated Global Land CO2 Fertilization s Scientific...
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Development study
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...Study: Research Proposal “Development Study: Research Proposal” The research study that will be the focus of my Master’s Thesis in Development Study will be tentatively titled “The impact of Ebola crisis on distribution and effectiveness of financial Aid in the West African countries”. Development of aid dependant countries has always been a strong debate in the academic and economic circles, with various advocates for and against the effectiveness of aid as a supporting tool for these deprived nations. There is a surge of financial support from the international community every time a significant crisis hits these nations; with the response dependant on how seriously the stronger... Development...
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Study skills
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...Study skills Study skills Study skills are different for different because of the intellectual differences. Some students may learn topics more rapidly while others may be slow learners. Some of them may have particular interest in a particular subject and they will learn that subject easily compared to other subjects. This paper analyses different study skills which determines the effective learning. Introduction Learning is a vast topic which is affected by lot of internal and external parameters. It can be affected by social, economical, cultural, intellectual and political factors. Mind, body and the environment plays an important role in the learning process. Apart from the facts... Running head:...
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Study abroad
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...Studying Abroad be a requirement? Introduction Due to the fact that companies increasingly prefer s who can work with people from different cultures and live in other countries successfully, it is becoming necessary for students to study abroad. This allows them to get equipped with these skills and develop an edge for themselves amid the competition. Primarily, this gives the students an opportunity to be self-sufficient as they learn to adapt to the new environment and the different circumstances that it brings independently. Being able to navigate around foreign countries over time increases the chances for a student to be self-sufficient as they learn to provide for themselves... in their...
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Study Skills
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...Study Goals 17 5.3 Weekly Timetable 18 5.4 Personal Action Plan 22 5.5 Reflection 23 6 Activity 5 23 Essay Question 24 6.1 Conclusion 27 7 Conclusion 28 8 References 29 1 Introduction I’m... 1 Introduction 3 2 Activity 3 2 Discussion 4 2.2 Questionnaire 4 2.3 Reflection 7 3 Activity 2 8 3 Discussion 9 3.2 Questionnaire 9 3.3 Reflection 10 4 Activity 3 11 4.1 Discussion 12 4.2 SWOT Analysis 13 4.3 Plan to Minimise Time Management Deficiencies 14 4.4 Plan to Improve Access to Reading Material 14 4.5 Plan to Improve Motivation Levels and Reduce Tiredness 15 4.6 Plan to Improve Writing Skills 15 4.7 Plan to Improve Work Life Balance 16 4.8 Reflection 16 5 Activity 4 17 5.1 Discussion 17 5.2 Personal Study G...
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Study summary
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...study covers the information that was collected for a period of 10 years; the information was recorder from the patience annually. The people involved in the study were the aboriginal and Torres straight Islander patients above the age of 15 who was suffering from diabetes mellitus and was attending DAHS. The article is useful because it has assisted me understand other health professionals such as Hematologists. Diabetes is a chronic disease in the blood and I learn how to diagnose and treat blood disease from the article. My future health professional lies... ?Julia V.M, Carmel. N, Vicki O and David A, , Quality indicators of diabetes care: an example of remote-area Aboriginal primary health care over...
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Case study
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...Study Case Study The Moose Hut (TMH) is a gift shop located in Calgary. The shop focuses on tourist trade and specializes in Canadian- themed products. It also sells through mails and receives payment via checks. TMH seeks to further its market influence through online trading. Consequently, this study seeks to unveil alternative online payment processing methods. To begin with is the global collect payment machine. This method offers payments in more than 170 countries and 170 currencies. Another primary advantage is that it has a diverse tray of payment products. However, the method faces a significant limitation, it does not provide emergency address system to clients in case the funds... Case Study ...
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1986 study
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...study examined these issues for 177 violent youth in four urban areas and compared the, “…court outcomes for youths transferred to criminal court with those youth retained in juvenile court”. They stated that a variety of procedures, criteria, and court rules averaged 2.5 times greater for transferred youth. They continue in that when... Violent Youth in Adult Court: Process and Punishment Rudman, Hartstone, Fagan and Moore (January, 1986) in their article that, “Despite the widespread transfer of violent youth from juvenile to criminal court, there is little empirical knowledge of the transfer process, rate of transfer, or of case outcomes, sentences, and placement of transferred juveniles.” Their study ...
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Event study
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...studies measure the effect of specified events on security value. Traditionally, event studies like in this case try to answer questions on whether a given event matters and whether the relevance of the information is impounded mainly into aspects such as prices. This paper entails an event study in which the establishment of whether returns of large-cap stocks within an industry are higher than those of small-cap stocks. These terms originate from the term market capitalization, abbreviated as market cap. It refers to the shares of a public company that have been issued. Market capitalization entails a multiplication of the total number... POST-EARNINGS ANNOUNCEMENT DRIFT Introduction Typically, event...
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CASE STUDY
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...study highlights the steps undertaken in target identification and validation to optimize the efficacy and safety of new drugs. This is exemplified by the effect of statin on low density lipoproteins cholesterol levels in dogs. Target Identification and Validation During drug development process, target identification and validation is important as determines the approach to be used. It is also important so as to identify any issues about reliability, safety... Identification and Validation of Drug Targets for Coronary Heart Disorder Treatment here> of here> Introduction Low density lipoproteins (LDL), commonly referred as bad lipids, are normally linked to sesveral cardiovascular disorders such as...
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Study proposal
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...study will conduct a primary research survey study to determine the consumers’ willingness to spend on luxury goods in times of a strong economic growth. Basically, the first part of the proposed research methodology will focus on identifying... The Impact of Chinas Economic Growth to Luxury Fashion Market Total Number of Words: 306 Proposed The Impact of Chinas Economic Growth to Luxury Fashion Market Rationale for Selecting the Research Topic In relation to the continuously increasing economic growth in China, Hutzler (2011) reported that the fashion market in China could increase up to three times its current market size over the next 10 years. Today, a lot of Chinese people are becoming conscious wit...
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Case study
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...Study What is the problem? Cases of Discriminations in apartment complexes 2. Whatquestions did you have while working on this case? This case is simple but complex. Hence, everybody who deals with it is supposed to be very keen bearing in mind many unanswered questions that ought to be answered. This is because the facts and evidences given by Square Deal Housing are true and what peters say also seems to be true. Hence, I had several questions while working on this case and they included: How will these allegations affect Peters and his apartments if found guilty in law court? Peters’ lawyer has admitted that actually allegations against Peters are true thus; will I not...
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...Study Number June 8, Faculty Carmelite Monks: Case Study Q1. Father Daniel Mary can be said to have established a definite direction for the Carmelite Monks through his definitive objectives. He has the vision to transform the small brotherhood of Carmelite Monks into a new Mount Carmel on the Rocky Mountains (Faggioli, 2014). Upon the acquisition of land, Father Daniel maintains a vision to upgrade the Mystic Monk coffee and that the Monk Coffee would be able to produce £130 per hour as opposed to the £540 produced daily. Besides the inclusion of prayer and worship, vows of chastity and poverty, community and service as their core mission, the Carmelite Monks are also committed... Carmelite Monks: Case...
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Usability Study
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...Study Place here) (Place your or corporation's here) or department info goes here) 12 December 2005 Usability Study: Which types of instructions are easier to follow for assembling flatpack furniture-text, graphics, or a combination It seems as if the assembly of flat-pack furniture is so complicated and difficult that there are entire web pages, jokes, and nightmare stories regarding this topic. Guardian Newspapers states, "But people assembling the furniture often find the instructions confusing, so they end up putting parts together in the wrong order". Washingtonpost.com has an article which has the details of a contest from a comical class... Usability...
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Case study
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...study Question Internal changes in an organization must always concur with the intended changes in the management often informed by the new intended strategies and the need for the revision of the organizational objectives. Every organization exists to make profits thereby sustaining its longevity; however, the market trends keep changing a fact that dictates the changes in the management of the organization. Some of the most preliminary changes includes the creation of new departments therefore hiring new employees and firing old and non-performing employees. By spending longer years in an organization, people accrue skills and experiences and therefore perfect their service delivery... ....
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...Study Identify the bottleneck department on the basis of a quantitative analysis (not personal opinions) Bottleneck departments with respect to qualitative analysis are two. The frame department and the production department are some of the bottleneck departments. In the frame department, even after getting new machines to streamline production, the cost of labor is still high. This impacts on the company negatively. The essence of the machines is to reduce the human resource needed to perform the task. When the machine is available, the reduced amount of people working in the same department helps in lowering the cost. It, therefore, becomes a challenge if the purpose... for which the...
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Case Study
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...STUDY Case Study Word Count: 500 (2 pages Formulate an Axis I-V DSM IV-TR Diagnosis. From the DSM-IV APA manual, a possible diagnosis would be NPD (narcissistic personality disorder). According to Campbell and Miller (2011), “Of the three DSM-IV clusters of personality disorders, NPD is considered to be part of Cluster B, the “dramatic, emotional, or erratic” cluster” (pp. 14). In addition, according to Campbell and Miller (2011), the following characteristics of people with NPD include: grandiose sense of self-importance, preoccupations with unlimited success, exhibitionism, rage in response to criticism, and at least two of the following, which include entitlement, interpersonal... ...
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...study of Bella Healthcare India Q Companies need sound financial capabilities in initiating new products because developing new products attract several costs. Construction costs may include fiscal study costs, promotional and expertise among others. Companies require skilled and unskilled workers to be creative and innovative in pursuing organization’s goals. A company should embrace technology in handling production process. Q.2 Bella India has skilled personnel as evidenced in the way management tackles technical issues such as reduction in transitional time between St Louis and Bangalore (Leonard & Young 2012). Cost reduction capabilities help the company to minimize operational cost... Case study...
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...Study: Organizational Life Cycle Case Study: Organizational Life Cycle The organizational life cycle is the system through which an organization goes through initiation to termination. The life cycle of an organization compares perfectly with the life cycle of living organization that starts with conception, birth, growth and development, and death. Therefore, the organizational life cycle is a sequential growth and development of an organization to its eventual termination (Özbilgin and Malakh-Pines, 2007). Hence, organizational life cycle follows distinct procedure that starts with conception, expansion, and eventual termination. The first stage is the creation or the birth... Study: Organizational...
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Observation study
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...study Grade Name (9th, Nov 2013) The effectiveness of customer service at Tim Hortons cafe Buffalo Rd, Rochester, NY: An Observation study Abstract The following qualitative study, in the form of an in-the- field observation, focuses on the customer service delivery to the customers of Tim Hortons cafe. The study aims at assessing how the employees of the cafe interact with the customers in their premises, while evaluating the level of satisfaction of the customers. The main aim of this study is to assess why customers like Tim Hortons cafe, Buffalo Rd, Rochester, NY. Introduction Tim Hortons cafe is one... ? The effectiveness service at Tim Hortons cafe, Buffalo Rd, Rochester, NY: An Observation study...
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Case Study
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...study’ by Donald Berndt and ‘Consumer information and the new complexity of decision making’ by Ellen Veccia reflect the marketing challenges of the contemporary times. While the first article is distinct in its need for analyzing data for more effective decision making by the consumers, especially in healthcare industry, the second article emphasizes development of new techniques of evaluating the fast changing requirements of the customers for maintaining competitive advantage in the industry. It is mainly written from the perspective of the business and the compulsions and challenges that they have to meet in order to survive... The two articles, ‘Consumer decision support system: A health care case...
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...study journal: “The agenda- Grass root leadership” Introduction The case study reveals the leadership styles of Michael Abrashoff and Ricardo Semler in an effort to explain the changes brought by different leadership styles in managing different fields. Change is important but how well it is adapted by the relevant workforce is the most amazing secret to leadership. The two are different, but their tactics have brought success that can be adapted by many businesses around the world. Their relationship with fellow colleagues gave a clear picture of how grassroots leadership transforms an organization. Michael’s ship and Semler’s Semco portray leadership styles, and this has brought success... Case study...
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...Study Question 2 Ethics is more about an individual’s judgment of what is right and what is wrong. As much as the decisions made in a company are more individual based, the behavior at any single point is personal and should not be influenced by culture. In the case of Britt, in the case study, she had an equal ethical responsibility, just like the seniors in the company, of ensuring the right channels were followed. Being a junior employee, and the most junior for her case, did not predispose her to acts of lack of integrity and did not warrant her acceptance of the same. Britt might be compelled by the culture in the company, as informed by Sue, regarding the information provided... Ethics case Study ...
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...Study Case Study Question The article is about nutritional comparison between vegetable (kales) and Häagen-Dazs Dazzler.The writer describes the two citing their nutritional content and value (CSPI, 2015). Obviously, vegetables are better and have remarkable nutritional value. A clear but comprehensive recipe for both has been provided that helps a person intending to prepare a dish using them can procedurally follow. Kales have been portrayed and described as the right food stuff for those who care about their diet and it should include it in their meals. This is based on the expert opinion that vegetables form a huge part of a healthy diet. This, therefore, means that a twist may be seen... Case Study...
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