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PS3201 Family Studies
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The groups where people belong depend on social or cultural background of an individual. The traditions practiced in various parts of the world had their definition about life that people lead in the… The element of a family constitutes a husband, children, and a wife who reside under the same roof. The interaction among the above elements shapes or defines…
Examine the Role of the Chorus in Plays
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The writer of this essay investigates the role of the chorus as a tool for emphasizing and pointing stress in such plays as Sophocles’ "Oedipus at Colonus", "Medea", written by Euripides, and "The Gods Are Not to Blame", an adaptation by Ola Rotimi.… The longing of the self to return to the safety of the maternal body and the violation of nature…
Examine the role of the chorus in two or more plays
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For example, it is the chorus that “find[s] in Oedipus an allegory of human existence” 1. The chorus sings expressing a deep philosophical insight as is seen in the following… The chorus in this play, also sometimes finds it’s on self-image in the protagonist and sometimes in the audience.3 In this manner, chorus as a dramatic device, shifts its locus standi…
Public Health and Health Care
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Topic: Public Health and Health Care Health Sciences and Medicine ] [School Affiliation:] Public Health: It is “The science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life, and promoting health and efficiency through organized community effort for the sanitation of the environment, the control of communicable infections, the education of the individual in personal hygiene, the organization of medical and nursing services for the early diagnosis and preventive treatment of disease, and for the development of the social machinery to insure everyone a standard of living adequate for the maintenance of health, so organizing these benefits as to enable every citizen …
Work motivation
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Norsk Petroleum is an organization with its main headquarters in Oslo, Norway. This organization deals with gas and oil exploration. Over the recent past, many experts in this organization have been resigning and joining competitors in the industry. … Examples of experts leaving this company to go and work inother companies include Elizabeth Pedersen and Ola…
The Movement For The Survival Of The Ogoni People
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A Case Study of MOSOP: Survival through Resistance Author’s Details: Institutional Affiliation: A Case Study of MOSOP: Survival through Resistance Introduction into MOSOP Approaches to Block Oil business in the Niger Delta, Nigeria The Nigeria’s Niger Delta has been a theater of the absurd characterizing a series of violent struggles.… Weak and isolated,…
Comparison of the three plays in the Oedipus Trilogy in regards to the function of the chorus and how the character of Creon is
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Name: Institution: Tutor: Course: Date: Oedipus Trilogy: The Function of the Chorus and How the Character of Creon is presented. Both Creon and Chorus are of fundamental value throughout the Oedipus trilogy. The Chorus plays a role of cautioning and advocating for goodness, stability, sense of wisdom and respect for the law.… As King’s most special advice, he…
Professional Interview
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Professional interview Name: Institution: Course: Tutor name: Date: August 16, 2013 Professional interview The purpose of this paper is to investigate the role of leadership on business crisis that exists in Nigeria and the potential role of leadership in managing the crisis.… Authors such as Reilly (2012) have established a relationship between effective…
THE EFFECTS OF PIRACY,SMUGGLING AND ROBBERY ON THE ECONOMY/ CONTROL MEASURES IN NIGERIA WATERWAYS
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At a broader scale, theorists have also been of the view that the presence of criminal activities in any economy can affect the… atively, Nigerian economy is regarded as one of the most popular examples to comprehend the impacts of illegal or criminal activities on the economic stance of the country. Illegal activities often witnessed amid the country include…
Human Resource Accounting Policies and Practices: A Case Study of the Nigerian Banking Sector
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Human Resource Accounting Policies and Practices: A Case 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.…
Examining the success/failure of online banking in nigeria
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The dissertation aims to explore the success and failure factors behind the current quality level of performance of Nigerian banks with respect to the provision of online banking services to the customers. The issue has been discussed from the theoretical perspective of… The research unveiled that the customers and banking professionals are not completely…
Multinational Corporation in Nigeria: Shell Petroleum Development Company
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Running head: Multinational Corporation in Nigeria   Multinational Corporation in Nigeria: Shell Petroleum Development Company Insert Name          Insert Grade Course Insert 27th March 2012 Multinational Corporation in Nigeria: Shell Petroleum Development Company Introduction Multinational enterprises (MNEs) are corporate enterprises that produce goods or deliver services in more than one country.…
Decision Making Case Study
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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… Dave finds himself worked up in relation to meeting the deadline of making a…
Impact of social media on the growth of the fashion industry in Nigeria
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IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON THE GROWTH OF THE FASHION INDUSTRY IN NIGERIA Abstract This study investigates what impact do social media have on the fashion industry in Nigeria. The instruments used for data collection were: unstructured interviews with three focus groups differentiated by age categories, online survey of 300 fashion consumers in Nigeria comprised of structured questions in open- and close-ended manner, and structured interviews with business managers working in fashion brands in Nigeria and UK.…
Our town paper review
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This comment itself is upholding the significance of the play which truly portrayed the middleclass American life in the modern… The play has been divided in to three acts and each has been separated with different titles entertaining the audience with three different experiences. The first Act entitled, ‘Daily Life’ introduces the audience to Grover’s…
The Future of Nigerian Advertising Industry
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The world of advertising is enchanting and magnificent as it is very important for any kind of business. This world is more than any other areas opened for different kinds of innovation and changes. … Therefore, current researches and studies in the field of advertising are focused on different strategies and tactics of advertising campaigns. It can be said…
Nigerian Agip Oil Company
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Nigeria is located in the western part of the African continent.Since the 1960s decade, the country has been engaged in oil production, which gradually became one of its major economic activities.… Nigeria is located in the western part of the African continent.Since the 1960s decade, the country has been engaged in oil production, which gradually became one…
A critical evaluation of the Military Cooperation between US and Nigeria since the return of Democracy in 1999
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The states in the region have been involved in some intra-state or interstate conflicts. Historically, the United States’ foreign policy on Africa, particularly Nigeria and the area of the Niger Delta, has been… recognizes the importance of Nigeria because of its oil supply and the fact that it has to protect the billions of dollars of investments by US…
Nigeria and the Oil Industry
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Nigeria and the Oil Industry Table of Contents Introduction 3 Trade Theory 3 Participation of Nigerian Oil Industry in International Trade 5 Globalisation and Regionalisation 6 Government Policies and Concerned Parties 6 The Role of International Institutions in the Oil Industry 7 References 9 Introduction Nigeria is known for its natural resources, particularly hydrocarbons.…
Tracing Genetic Ancestry in Humans
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Ancestral origin is sought to try to complete one’s identity. In addition, some people would like to know their ancestral lineage, since the association to a group that big adds a sense of belonging to humans inherently seeking social relevance. Somehow, the ancestral lineage, no matter what it consists of, becomes part of the family, and a group that huge has certainly made relevant contributions in history, no matter how old or recent those contributions were.…
CITIZENSHIP PARTICIPATION AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILTY (CSR);the role of multinational oil companies in the Niger Delta area of Nigeria
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Nigeria has abundant oil and natural gas resources and ranks fifth among OPEC members, still because of the instability and the absence of democratic government Nigeria… The research on Niger Delta of Nigeria is important because it shows how some of the multinational oil companies exploited Nigeria and robbed them of their riches. It also shows the…
Itizenship participation
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Though Nigeria is the largest producer of oil in Africa, it is one of the poorest countries in the world. Nigeria has abundant oil and natural gas resources and ranks fifth among OPEC members, still because of the instability and the absence of democratic government Nigeria remains as poorer state.… The research on Niger Delta of Nigeria is important because…
The effect of price war on the usage of telecommunication services in Nigeria
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Many sectors in the country have been characterized by vigorous promotional activities which have helped the players establish a solid market base. The development of the… Over the years, an influx of new telecommunication services providers has been observed. Some of the players in the industry include Globacom, Airtel, MTN among many other that exist. The…
Trovan
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Trovan was put to administrative trials at the Infectious Disease Hospital (IDH) in Kano Nigeria during the outbreak of 1996 meningitis epidemic.… Trovan of Pfizer, an unapproved drug, was administered in children at the hospital of Kano in 1996, which came to the public attention only in December 2000. Pfizer picked approximately 200 children for their…
Human Rights and Oil Companies
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Human rights activism presents a crucial opportunity to tackle the issue of human impacts of ecological degradation and can serve as a catalyst for encouraging concepts and action in the actual world. This paper seeks to look at the effects of oil companies in Nigeria the environment.… According to Kalu and Ngozi (19-38), the Niger Delta in Nigeria has been…
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