Admission Acceptance
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...Acceptance into the University of Texas at Dallas Computer Science Program will bring me one step closer to that. This school has a state of the art program and I want to become a part of it, first through completion of my Bachelors degree and then through obtaining my Masters. What I initially saw and introduced to you as perhaps my greatest hardship is also one of my strengths. I will bring to the university my experience... Personal ment Although I do not consider it necessarily an exceptional hardship, as this is by no means a unique situation, I have only been in the United States about three and one half years. When I first arrived here it was somewhat difficult for me to become acclimated to ...
Offer & Acceptance
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...Acceptance English: UK Your Elements of the law of contract August 19, 2008 Answer: This question raises some issues from offer and acceptance. In order to The Aylesbury Borough Council (ABC) it is necessary to consider five things. First, an offer has been made or invitation to treat, secondly, if an offer has been made, the offeree has unequivocally accepted this offer. Thirdly, the acceptance been communicated effectively though it is a reward case. Fourthly, whether the acceptance is deemed to have been effective or not depend upon at the time of acceptance. Finally, revocation is one of the most important issue will be discussed here. McKendrick E. (2007) defines offer as offer... Topic: Offer &...
Acceptance latter
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...accept our apologies and sincerely appreciate your continues patronage. We look forward to having further dealings with you in the near and distant future. Please contact me at (201) 555-23133 if any assistance what so ever. Sincerely, Sources How To Write an Acceptance Letter. ... Dear Mr. It was distressing to learn about your disconnected TV cable, phone connection and internet. I want to apologize for this inconvenience caused. Our mission has always been to insure customer satisfaction by providing quality service and trained technicians. However the incident with David (badge-7732) was indeed unfortunate. I ensure you that we as professionals will definitely look into the unprofessional behavio...
Cultural acceptance
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...Acceptance The United s of America prides in cultural diversity. It incorporates many cultures withdifferent cultural beliefs and practices. Jocelyn Fong is one woman born of patents from mixed cultures, Chinese and white. The graduate of Goshen College with a degree in peace, justice and conflict studies has experienced what it means to belong to a mixed culture. She narrates her experience with her grandmother, the one from the father’s side who happens to be of Chinese origin. Fong together with her cousins admired the ‘Thanksgiving dish’ by the grandmother, the dish comprising of rice and gravy was a delicacy that the youngsters always longed for. The dish is a blend of the American... Cultural...
Offer and acceptance
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...Acceptance Offer and Acceptance The Process of Making a Contract A contract is said to take place when two parties voluntarily agrees to create a legal obligation in the form of writing or just orally concluded. When two parties signs a contract, they are obliged both morally and lawfully to keep the agreement which is due for compensation in case one side of the agreement fails to honor the agreement as stipulated in the agreement. In that regard, a contract can be defined as a promise or an undertaking that is legally enforceable depending on the agreement of the contact whether something will take place or not (Elliott, and Frances, 1999). Any person who feels that the partner has failed... Offer and...
Acceptance in Business Contracts
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...Acceptance in Business Contracts Table of Contents Introduction 3 Acceptance as an Essential Element of a Valid Contract 3 Standard Form Contracts 5Communication of Acceptance 7 Acceptance must be Given a Reasonable Time 8 Conclusion 8 9 References 10 Introduction A contract is a legal agreement signed by two or more parties, each of whom intends to be benefited against several legal obligations. In simple words, a contract can be explained as the exchange of legal obligations and promises, shared between the two or more parties engaged in a contract (Marsh Parlin Law, 2012). In business, contracts are considered to be...
Technology acceptance model (TAM)
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...Acceptance Model By Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Concise of the Theory 3 Evolution of TAM 5The Level of the Theory 8 Is it a useful theory? 10 What does TAM allow us to see? 11 Blinding Theory 13 Impact of a Theory on Practice 15 Impact on IS and other areas? 16 Theory Creation Evaluation Lens 17 Conclusion 17 References 19 Introduction Technology Acceptance Model (or simply TAM) was initially build-up to express computer handling behavior. This idea afterward spotlighted on different applications for assessing acceptance of consumer products such as information systems or cellular phones. Basically, the technology acceptance model demonstrates a significant... ?Technology...
Law. Offer and Acceptance
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...acceptance. A contract exists when an offer is made by one part and accepted by the other; offer and acceptance makes a contract legally binding. Once the parties have gone through an offer and acceptance under the rules applied, the parties are obliged to fulfill their promises. When the party accepts the offer it is generally assumed that all negotiations have been done and the part unconditionally accepts the offer. Hence, there is no halfway through, either there is a contract or there is no contract at all. In this case, Anthony is the offeror who made the offer and Joyce is the offeree; to whom the offer is made. An offer must give a clear... ? Law Case Introduction This case is about offer and...
Ofer and acceptance
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...Acceptance Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Offer and Acceptance 4 Advertisements 5 Postal Acceptances 7 Termination of Offer 7 Suitable Advice to Mary 8 Conclusion 9 References 10 Bibliography 11 Introduction In accordance with the case, Mary joined a local gym on 1st of March and on 20th March she viewed an advertisement stating that any member of the gym who introduces s a new member and buys a yearly membership will be rewarded with an amount of ?50. The claim of the reward is to be attained through the card available on the reception of the gym. Apart from claiming the reward through card, it is also necessary to post the claim to Bulging Msclesds LTD before 21st... ?Offer and...
Offer and acceptance
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...ACCEPTANCE Bert cannot hold Alf liable for selling the computer to Charles despite an agreement to keep the offer until Sunday because the agreement was unenforceable for lack of consideration. Advertisements, like display of products, do not usually constitute an offer, but is merely regarded as ‘invitation to treat.’ In Harris v Nickerson, 1 a person advertised in a newspaper that he will display for auction certain items for three days in a certain place. The plaintiff travelled to the specified place to make a bid, but the items were withdrawn on the third day of the auction dates. The High Court held that the advertisement did not constitute a legitimate offer for which the plaintiff... OFFER AND...
Offer and acceptance
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...Acceptance fer and Acceptance The Process of Making a Contract A contract is said to take place when two parties voluntarily agrees to create a legal obligation in the form of writing or just orally concluded. When two parties signs a contract, they are obliged both morally and lawfully to keep the agreement which is due for compensation in case one side of the agreement fails to honor the agreement as stipulated in the agreement. In that regard, a contract can be defined as a promise or an undertaking that is legally enforceable depending on the agreement of the contact whether something will take place or not (Elliott, and Frances, 1999). Any person who feels that the partner has failed... ? Offer and...
Love and Acceptance
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...acceptance. Each of the characters relates to different perceptions of love and acceptance which leads to the conflicts within each of the books. The importance of love and acceptance in each of the novels presents an understanding of different perceptions that are created by the characters over the philosophy of what love means. Examining the importance of this in Morrison through “The Bluest Eye,” “Songs of Solomon,” “Beloved” and “A Mercy... ,” are able to define and change the understanding of the novels and how this relates to the several angles that are associated with love and acceptance, specifically with the internal perceptions, relations to the external environment...
Cultural Awareness, Understanding, Acceptance
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...ACCEPTANCE Outline A. Personal Graphic Organizer on Cultural Difference and Biasness B. Research i. Defining culture ii. Multicultural Education iii. Multicultural Education Strategies a) Content Integration b) Antiracist Education C. Re-examining Graphic Organizer D. Conclusion Personal Graphic Organizer on Cultural Difference and Biasness . Culture From an anthropological perspective, culture refers to the manner in which people in different geographical regions conduct their lives in distinct and definite ways. According to Patty (2009), these distinct ways of living are usually manifestation of beliefs, convections and experiences of members of a given society... ? CULTURAL AWARENESS, UNDERSTANDING,...
Tattoo acceptance in the workplace
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...Acceptance in the Workplace Tattoos once associated with a certain culture or cult like criminal gangs, pirates, drug dealers and sports personalities, are becoming popular and showing up in the work place. Some managers are embracing them while others are fiercely opposing the change in trends terming it unprofessional (Gasper 1). The executives of organizations are addressed in this proposal, trying to look for a solution into the issue of tattoos in the work place. The management is the most appropriate to address as it is the one responsible for hiring employees and the one mostly opposed to the idea of tattoos in the workplace. The acceptance of tattoos in the workplace mainly depends... ?Tattoo...
Law an Offer and Acceptance
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...Acceptance Offer and Acceptance A contract is a legally binding agreement made between two or more parties; be it natural persons or a corporate body, which is enforceable in a court of law. The existence of a contract requires at the most basic level is the presence of an offer and an acceptance. The main rule that governs contract law in common law jurisdictions that the offer is revocable until acceptance has occurred. Once acceptance has occurred a valid contract exists, and the offeror must fulfill the legitimate expectations created by the contract. An offer can be defined as an expression of a willing to contract, on particular terms which becomes binding, upon... the...
Online Shopping Acceptance Model OSAM
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...Acceptance Model affiliation Online Shopping Acceptance Model OSAM model is a reference tool used to describe consumer behavior in terms of acceptance of online shopping (Flick, 2009). The model as argued by Flick (2009) also explains whether the consumers find online shopping beneficial or not. The process of selling goods and services through the Internet is known as online shopping (Monsure et al., 2006). Most of the consumers around the world are currently turning to online shopping, where they purchase goods through the Internet. Researchers like (Dede et al., 1997) have created a model known as Online Shopping Acceptance Model (OSAM) to explain consumer acceptance of online... ? Online Shopping...
Acceptance of Children With Disabilities
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...acceptance within the classroom. However the administration of a young disabled student is 'multidimensional' and 'complex' as simply the placement of a disabled child in a classroom setting does not ensure automatic acceptance by the other students (Favazza, Phillipsen and Kumar, 2000). In Britain it has been cited on the Internet site for the UK government that, "schools and early years settings must take "reasonable steps" to ensure that disabled pupils are not placed... Administrative Research Paper According to Guralnick (1999) Peck, Carlson, & Helmstetter (1992) and Wolery & Wilbers, (1994) the inclusion of disabled children in a regular school setting increases their chances of social...
Cultual Awareness, Understanding, and Acceptance
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...acceptance among all of our students. We ourselves, as teachers, must not fear our Goth students, nor allow ourselves to generalize about them. As we have seen, the thread that runs through this subculture is not necessarily ideological, but more an issue of aesthetics and psychology. It is the psychological aspect of the culture that requires vigilance from the educator, to make sure the student is not developing... Introduction America's public school rooms are great melting pots where from many racial, religious and ethnic backgrounds are able toshare experiences and learn from each other. Classroom diversity is a strength and presents excellent opportunities for learning, but it is critical that the...
Cultural Awareness, Understanding, and Acceptance
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...Acceptance Task: Cultural Awareness, Understanding, and Acceptance A. Introduction Cultural awareness is undoubtedly the real foundation of noble and effective communication since it encompasses the act of stepping aside from oneself and realizing the cultural values, perceptions and beliefs that we portend. The aspect of awareness of cultures becomes consummately significant on interacting with different people from different cultural backgrounds. Conventionally, people see, understand and interpret things in different ways, whereby a characteristic behavior or perception in one culture can be interpreted as inappropriate in another. Thus, misunderstandings... ? Cultural Awareness, Understanding, and...
Cultural Awareness, Understanding, and Acceptance
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...Acceptance Task Section A Section B Introduction The modern day world consists of integration of individuals in societies that come from various cultural backgrounds. This mix defines the type of population that one setting may be holding helping it define the depicted behavior (Frischmann, 2006). In institutions like schools, there is a diverse cultural mix and each individual depicts variable physical and behavioral characteristics. To understand the various forms of diversities in schools, the meaning of culture has to bear a meaning and hoe multicultural education system addresses the idea of culture bias in an education environment. Culture Birukou et al... ? Cultural Awareness, understanding and...
Seeking Acceptance to MBA Program
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...Acceptance to MBA Program I am an entrepreneur and a software developer with a wealth of skills and invaluable experiences. My clients have ranged the spectrum from utility companies, Internet-based companies, hospitals, and even small wholesalers. I need, however, to further develop my business acumen and strategic management skills, and enrollment in your master's of business administration program is the means by which I hope to achieve these goals. Your school's MBA program will enable me to interact with a good number of similarly driven individuals, from diverse backgrounds and with varying sets of skills and perspectives. This exposure would be very beneficial... Here] 28 December 2005 Seeking...
Cultural Awareness, Understanding, and Acceptance
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...acceptance Answers to part A The graphical organizer reflects personal thoughts on respecting cultural differences and avoiding cultural bias in an education setting. Multi cultural education will develop multicultural competence, curriculum reform, equity pedagogy and social justice. The illustration is below in a graphical organizer. (Cultural teachings, classroom environment and students achievements) Equity pedagogy Social actions and Popular cultures Multi cultural education social justice Multicultural competence Prejudice reduction & identity development Curriculum reforms History inquiry and detecting of bias in the media The curriculum needs reforms... ? Culture awareness, understanding and...
Cultural Awareness, Understanding, and Acceptance
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...Acceptance Supervisor: Introduction This paper is going to discuss two cultures, among many others, which are found in Idaho State in the US. There are many native tribes in Idaho. These tribes include Kootenai, Shoshone, Nimi’ipuu, Schitsu’umsh better known as the heart of the owl. The Idaho state is located in the South West of United States of America, and on the Northern side of Mexico. The case study will be based on two tribes, namely Shoshoni and Nimi’ipuu. The paper will firstly look at their general lifestyles and their history briefly, economic activities and their communities, after which it will pick out key points to constitute this paper. (Robert... ?Cultural Awareness, Understanding, and...
Adolescent Development: Peer Acceptance or Rejection
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...Acceptance or Rejection According to Nevid (2012), teenagers see themselves differently when they are with peers compared with parents and teachers. Teenagers who participates in false self-behavior tend to regard lightly their real personality this has a consequence of stress and depression. Human beings are social animals, they have a natural tendency to belong, and groups give them comfort, share... ? Adolescent self-development April Adolescence is depicted as that period when individuals begin to discover and explore psychological characteristics of the self so that they determine who they are, and role they fit into the society (Laurence and Amanda, 2001). In addition, adolescence is being...
Offer and acceptance in english contract law
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...ACCEPTANCE IN ENGLISH CONTRACT LAW 18 March OFFER AND ACCEPTANCE IN ENGLISH CONTRACT LAW Introduction Contracts are agreements, between parties, that are enforceable in a court of law. A number of factors determine enforceability of agreements that qualifies a contractual agreement as valid, void, or voidable. Offer and acceptance, as components of an agreement, are some of the elements of a valid contract. A contract is therefore valid if, among other essential elements, all the rules that pertain to offer and acceptance are honoured. This paper seeks to discuss the principles that have been developed with respect to offer and acceptance. The paper will then apply the principles... to a...
Contract Law on Offer and Acceptance
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...Acceptance The case presented here involves validity of offer and acceptance by the parties involved. Brenda only made an invitation to treat by posting an advertisement on her website. Hence hers was not a valid offer capable of being accepted. Andrew's reply to the advertisement of Brenda in effect was an offer to be accepted by Brenda. Brenda's blunder in offering at an unimaginable price of 50 instead of 500 could be successfully avoided because hers happended to be an invitation to treat. Andrew's belated acceptance of Brenda's discounted offer as a gesture of goodwill for her mistake also could not succeed because the offer was withdrawn even before Andrew posting... Contract Law on Offer and...
Technology Acceptance factors of Cloud Computing
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...accepted by the human being in various setting. This addition of behavioural taste to information system requires systems to be developed consideration large number of factors that are expected to have direct or indirect impact on human acceptance and usage of technology. For the purpose, different models have been devised highlighting different factors that directly influence the process of technology acceptance and adoption. Some of the models and associated factors are as follow: Technology Acceptance Model 1 (TAM 1): Technology Acceptance Model is the pioneer in determining the fact that acceptance of system receives direct influence from the motivation level which in turn is influenced... FACTORS...
Adolescent Development: Peer Acceptance or Rejection
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...Acceptance or Rejection According to Nevid (2012), teenagers see themselves differently when they are with peers compared with parents and teachers. Teenagers who participates in false self-behavior tend to regard lightly their real personality this has a consequence of stress and depression. Human beings are social animals, they have a natural tendency to belong, and groups give them comfort, share... Adolescent self-development April Adolescence is depicted as that period when individuals beginto discover and explore psychological characteristics of the self so that they determine who they are, and role they fit into the society (Laurence and Amanda, 2001). In addition, adolescence is being...
Reverse logistics acceptance into the world
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...Acceptance into the World There are several empirical evidences to support a senior level executive position that is dedicated to reverse logistics. The essence of reverse logistics is hugely vital to industrial process and management operations. The significance of reverse logistics mainly helps in undertaking all operations that related to the proper reuse of products or even the materials. In the manufacturing essence, multifaceted process of planning, implementation, and controlling the resourceful, cost efficient flow of various materials and subsequent in-process inventory (Rogers & Tibben-Lembke, 2009). In addition, variant finished goods or even the associated... Reverse Logistics...
The Development and Acceptance of Labor Arbitration
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...Acceptance of Labor Arbitration Prior to and Through the Second World War Name: Lecturer: Institution: Course: Subject: Date: Outline Abstract Arbitration is a term used to refer to the process of resolving differences between an employer and an employee as a substitute to the courts. Disagreements of this nature come as a result of either one party or both parties failing to honor a collective agreement. A collective agreement in this context is the put down conditions of alliance that came as a result of a joint bargaining between the employee (represented by a labor union) and the employer (Coleman, 1997, p.34... DEVELOPMENT OF LABOR ARBITRATION The Historical Aspect on the Development and...
Cover letter for postgrad program acceptance
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...Acceptance Dear Postgraduate Program Coordinator, I am a graduate and now look forward to seek admission to GPR program in your esteemed institution. My following credentials make me a strong bidder for participating in the GPR (General Practice Residency). 1. Throughout my clinical education, I volunteered for various types of dental services and in the process, I have gained valuable practical clinical experience. I have handled successfully cases of surgical extraction of badly composed teeth, root canal treatment and implanting crown and bridge. These were some of the important assignments handled by me... of the Health sciences and medicine Topic: Cover Letter for Postgrad Program...
The Acceptance of E-Banking in UAE
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...Acceptance of E-Banking in UAE Background satisfaction in the use of e-banking services and brands is often gauged by the analysis of the frequency of use of these products ahead of traditional banking practices (Uslu, 2007: 133). This implies that the reliance an individual would place on E-Banking can to a reasonable extent be assessed by examining the frequency with which clients of a bank use the E-Banking services instead of traditional banking services and practices. Fazlollahi (2002: 94) identifies three main reasons why clients of banks would rather opt for e-banking rather than the traditional methods. These reasons are Affect-based Trust, Cognition-based Trust...
"To create a binding agreement the acceptance must occur, and that 'acceptance' must be final and absolutely unconditional
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...Acceptance under Australian Corporate Law Australian corporate law defines the guiding rules and regulations to be followed by business entities in conducting their business transactions. Drawing up of contracts is a normal and usual practice in the daily running of all business enterprises, and there are laws guiding the creation of these contracts. A contract is an official agreement between parties, and it can be written or oral using formal or informal terms. A contract can also be spoken or entirely verbal where a promise is made between parties. It is formulated in such a way that it allows the courts to make judgments regarding matters laid down in the contract. A...
An Examination of Community Acceptance in Shirley Jacksons The Lottery
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...Acceptance in Shirley Jackson's "The Lottery" Shirley Jackson's story "The Lottery" depicts the evils possible within a small community. The social inertia of thoughts, attitudes, and traditions can not only be carried beyond initial purposes, but far beyond reason and good sense. This evil is rooted in social pressure to conform to acceptable social practices, these practices often having been founded under conditions now irrelevant. When these causes disappear, the rituals often continue unabated and now unquestioned, having already been accepted by the community. Jackson portrays the desensitization inherent in this process by carrying... it to the extreme of a socially endorsed...
Parental acceptance-rejection: the affects on further parenting
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...acceptance-rejection: the effects on further parenting The acceptance or rejection by parents is the dimension of warmth of parenting. Thereare two ends for the parental warmth; on one hand, there is acceptance whereas on the other hand is the rejection. Every individual can be placed somewhere between the two ends as everyone receives less or more warmth from the parents. There is huge importance of the parental acceptance in the interaction between a parent and a child in light of the Parental Acceptance-Rejection Theory (PART). PART characterizes parental acceptance as a very important physiological need of the children whose lack of fulfillment can be a cause of developmental problems... Parental...
Self acceptance in "reveries of the solitary walker rousseau"
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...ACCEPTANCE IN “REVERIES OF A SOLITARY WALKER” BY ROUSSEAU Department Self-acceptance in “reveries of a solitary walker” by Rousseau Self-acceptance requires one to develop a keen familiarity with oneself. If it is difficult for one to accept oneself, it becomes quite an arduous task just to go through the daily routine of life. Everything starts losing significance and nothing gives joy. That is why self-acceptance is critically important to add strength to mind and character. Rousseau was well-aware of the value added by knowledge of self to virtuous performance in life, so he indefinitely stressed on continuous practice and increasing depth of knowledge. If a person does not embrace him... SELF-ACCEPTA...
Offer and Acceptance. Intension to Create Legal Relations
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...Acceptance The offer and acceptance typically take place during the negotiations for a contract. The courts analyse the offer and acceptance to determine whether or not the parties indeed negotiated and concluded a legally binding contract.1 The exchange of offer and acceptance between Tom and Belinda depend on whether or not the offer and acceptance formed a legally binding agreement. In this regard an offer and acceptance will form the basis of a legally binding and enforceable contract if from an objective perspective it can be said that Belinda believed that genuine offer was made.2 Belinda accepted both the offer to purchase her home for 100 pounds and her car... ?Common Law Part Question Offer and...
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE DOCTRINE OF FREE ACCEPTANCE
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...ACCEPTANCE I. Introduction The road towards accepting free acceptance as an iron-clad principle in the law of restitution may appear tantalizing to some, but as many legal scholars have pointed out, it is a road fraught with many dangers. Indeed, even the larger fulcrum on which it rests - the broad concept of unjust enrichment - has been the source of vociferous disagreement. So murky are the waters that judicial acceptance of the concept through the years has been less than overwhelming. The farthest it has reached, according to Hedley1 is this: a considerable number of judges now recognize that there is an important subject called... September 20, 2006 A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE DOCTRINE OF FREE...
Edna vs. Charity: The Battle Between Acceptance and Happiness
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...Acceptance and Happiness Introduction Summer by Edith Wharton and The Awaking by KateChopin are romantic novels narrating of love tragedies that befall individuals in a society. Summer is a story of a young woman developing sexually. The youthful lady is named Charity Royall. Charity is a daughter of ‘mountain moonshiners’ and is an espoused kid. She falls in love with Lucius Harney. Harney is Charity’s first love with whom she is sexually involved. Summer is narrates of Charity’s story and her endeavors to control her feelings in a surrounding that had too much social pressure on women. The awakening is a story of a woman, Edna Pontellier, trying to change... Task Edna vs. Charity: The Battle between...
Examining the alleged barriers to acceptance of credit cards
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...acceptance of credit cards BY YOU YOUR SCHOOL INFO HERE HERE It has been offered that cash and carry culture characteristics and perceptions of risk in many consumer segments continue to provide barriers to credit card acceptance. Upon examination of this phenomenon, there is much more evidence that market diversity, especially psychologically and sociologically, determines the willingness to become involved with the credit card industry for personal or business use. This report examines cultures in China, the United States and Pakistan as three relevant markets in order to understand whether there is a set of universal criteria for what constitutes relevancy... ? Examining the alleged barriers to...
Evaluation of Acceptance of Violence in Mel Gibson's Films
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...Acceptance of Violence in Mel Gibson’s Films Through the of Mel Gibson’s career as a director, he had two films which, at the very least, stood out among the rest because of raw violence and gore, aside from other own controversies of these films. It is important to note however that while both films received relatively high remarks from general film critiques, their level of acceptance to the public has been a drastic difference. This can be attributed to the level of sensitivity of the topic to its viewers and their own experiences and personal beliefs in accepting such films. Through the course of the paper, it will be discussed as to how and why the two films differed and how... ?[Full Evaluation of...
Cultural Diversity in Contemporary France: Acceptance or Assimilation
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...Acceptance or Assimilation Your Name Your School Class Name Professor Name November 7, 2005 Cultural Diversity 1 Cultural Diversity in Contemporary France: Acceptance or Assimilation While French policy does not officially recognize the existence of minorities - instead all are simply considered citizens of France - the reality today is that many minorities in that country believe they are treated as second-class citizens. Especially in the Moslem population, where unemployment and poverty rates are high, there is a feeling that the native French... Cultural Diversity Running Head: DIVERSITY IN CONTEMPORARY FRANCE Cultural Diversity in Contemporary France:...
The acceptance of Genetic Therapy in the American society.
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...Acceptance of Genetic Therapy in the American society The determined human mind has long questioned the miracle behind creation of all living things and the associated problems of genetically inherited disease and suffering. This curiosity to discover the mysteries behind creation and the need to solve the debilitating presence of genetically created disease have inspired generations to discover the answers. Over the centuries many theories have been accepted and rejected and through trial and error we have reached the current state of advancement in genetic therapy. The manipulations of the creative chemical of life, DNA, inspires both wonder... Fitsum Deresa EN102 4-18-201 Prof. Shannon O’neill The...
The acceptance of Genetic Therapy in the American society.
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...Acceptance of Genetic Therapy in the American society The determined human mind has long questioned the miracle behind creation of all living things and the associated problems of genetically inherited disease and suffering. This curiosity to discover the mysteries behind creation and the need to solve the debilitating presence of genetically created disease have inspired generations to discover the answers. Over the centuries many theories have been accepted and rejected and through trial and error we have reached the current state of advancement in genetic therapy. The manipulations of the creative chemical of life, DNA, inspires both wonder... ?Fitsum Deresa EN102 4-18-201 Prof. Shannon O’neill The...
Principle on offer and acceptance in law: the Case of Celia
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...acceptance in law: The Case of Celia The principle of offer and acceptance is used in business law to enforce a contract. A contract is a word of mouth or written down document the promising to satisfy a certain condition or act. Generally, disputes on contracts arise due to failure of one party to fulfill their promises. For a contract to be valid there must be an agreement which is composed of offer and acceptance. Offer and acceptance is used to form a contract.iAccording to Taylor, offer is the willingness of a party to enter in to a contract with another partyii. An offer gives details of terms and conditions to which an offeror should conform to. In a contract, when... Principle on offer and...
In what ways did Louis Riel contribute to the acceptance of Metis rights in Canada?
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...Acceptance of Metis Rights in Canada Introduction Very few are written about the role played by Louis Riel in guaranteeing the admission of Manitoba into the Confederation as a province. And almost none is known about his dedication to and love of the rights of the Metis inhabitants. A great deal of literature on Louis Riel puts emphasis on his contribution in the 1869 and 1885 Metis oppositions.i Studying the life of Riel in a more profound and sincere way will disclose the remarkable fact that he was, certainly, a strikingly unique individual who was motivated by a great commitment to justice and an ardor to aid the oppressed and demoralized. Louis Riel... The Contribution of Louis Riel to the...
Classroom behaviour, language competence, and the acceptance of children with Down Syndrome by their mainstream peers
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...acceptance of children with Down syndrome. The authors imply that this study arose as a result of the mainstream integration of children with Down syndrome in the school system, and propose the examination of peer relationships as an appropriate measurement of the success of the integration project. Further refining this notion, the experimenters identify a sociometric measure of popularity/acceptance to be their primary dependent variable. As well, language... Here Here Here Here Children With Downs Syndrome Article Summary The article of interest was the result of an experiment by Glynis Laws and colleagues (100) and investigates the impact of classroom behavior and language abilities on peer...
Fat and happy: in defense of fat acceptance by Mary Ray Worley
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...acceptance” by Mary Ray Worley The essay’s (Worley, n.d.) title reveals the theme that being fat is not a serious personal, social, and medical liability, and therefore should not cause unhappiness. The combination of the words “fat” and “happy” arouses interest in the reader and exposes, with the use of irony and cause and effect arguments, a glaring logical fallacy that the author goes on to demolish: fat people give the impression they are happy but they are not, because they believe the wrong notions people have about being fat. Using “in defense” to imply the subject – the author’s reasons why and how “fatness” should and can gain acceptance – makes the essay... "Fat and happy: in defense of fat...
Stigma and acceptance of disabled people in the workplace in Trinidad and Tobago
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...acceptance of disabled people in the workplace in Trinidad and Tobago Behind the doors -Why disabled people in Trinidad & Tobago are still the hidden population - An overview Presented by:- Date Table of Contents ABSTRACT 1. BACKGROUND 2. RESEARCH DESIGN 1. Introduction 2. Need of research design 3. Types 3. METHODOLOGY A. Experimental method B... Stigma and...
User acceptance is no longer a major barrier to wide use of wireless information system
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...acceptance is no longer a major barrier to wide use of wireless information system. Introduction A wireless network is designed for easy communication through the air waves and there is no requirement of a cable to connect between two points. Some of the areas where there is dominance of wireless information system are speech, e-mail, Net surfing and transmission of video and audio. Mobile telephony is one such application gaining more momentum. Wireless networks are also used to establish the communication link between computers. It is an acceptable fact that "User acceptance is no longer a major barrier to wide use of wireless...
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