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...Fiber Store (2012) The Advantages and Disadvantages of Optical Fibers. Retrieved from http://www.fiberstore.com/blog/the-advantages-and-disadvantages-of-optical-fibers.html Fibre Noire (2012) Fiber Optic Internet Connections. Retrieved from http://www.fibrenoire.ca/en/services/internetaccess HubTechInsider (2009) The Advantages and Disadvantages of Fiber Optics. Retrieved from http://hubtechinsider.wordpress.com/2009/06/04/the-advantages-and-disadvantages-of-fiber... ? New IT Technologies Paper New IT Technologies Paper Introduction The rapid development of technology worldwide has supported the improvement of communication and the rapid expansion of business activities in all industries. Three new types ...
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Fiber Optics
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...advantages of Fiber-optic are given below: (Nash 97) Fast Low attenuation No EMI interference Some disadvantages of Fiber-optic are given below: (Nash 97) Hard to install Expensive Difficult to handle and install The outline of fiber-optic cable is given below: (Nash 97) Expensive Very hard to install Capable of extremely high speeds Extremely low attenuation No EMI interference Works Cited 1. Bright, Paul. "Advantages of Fiber Optic Cable." 2009. eHow.com. 27 November 2009...
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DARK FIBER (FIBER OPTICS)
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...optical channels have been availed over a WDM network that has been unlit by a network provider and is also physically managed. This would normally be accomplished using coarse wavelength division multiplexing, CDWM which ensures better quality because of reduced interference. Advantages and disadvantages With dark fiber, the purchaser would be cautious on what equipment to install or even buy as they remain dependent on the network provider’s specifications. In addition, most of the users would end up getting confused on who to contact when any link on the network goes down. However, the unlimited bandwidth associated...
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Dark Fiber Research Paper
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...optical channels have been availed over a WDM network that has been unlit by a network provider and is also physically managed. This would normally be accomplished using coarse wavelength division multiplexing, CDWM which ensures better quality because of reduced interference. Advantages and disadvantages With dark fiber, the purchaser would be cautious on what equipment to install or even buy as they remain dependent on the network provider’s specifications. In addition, most of the users would end up getting confused on who to contact when any link on the network goes down. However, the unlimited bandwidth associated...
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Fiber optics
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...optical technology. The technology has been applied in many companies of telecommunications to transmit various telephone signals, television signals of cables and various communications in the internet. The fiber optics is more advantageous compared to existing copper wire that results from lower level of attenuation and also interference. This occurs in various long distances and in high demand applications. However, there have been various challenges resulting from development of infrastructure in cities making it time consuming and expensive to install the fiber optics (Méndez and Morse... Fiber optics Fiber optics is referred to as the transmission of light through some long rods of fiber which...
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Fiber optics technology
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...Fiber Optics Technology Institute Fiber Optics Technology Fiber optics uses glass or plastic threads for transmitting data. An optical fiber cable is a bundle of glass threads, for transmitting messages modulated onto light waves. An optical fiber uses plastic or silica, and the thickness of one cable (optical thread) is slightly more than a human hair. Establishing functional compatibility in fiber optic communication systems has pushed manufacturers to develop certain...
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Fiber Optics Laparoscopic Medical Tool
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...Fiber Optics Laparoscopic Medical Tool Fiber Optics Laparoscopic Medical Tool [Institute’s Fiber Optics Laparoscopic Medical Tool The fiber optical laparoscopic medical tool (Jiang, 2010) is designed in order to display images from inside the body onto a video monitor, so that the surgeon operating a specific area of the body is able to see images of the operative area from within on a screen. A laparoscope is a fiber optical instrument, which is as thick as a fountain pen but twice as long. This instrument is inserted through an incision made in the abdomen or near the operative area and CO2 gas is inserted to bloat the area like a balloon, so that the images received are magnified... ?Running Head:...
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Advantages & Disadvantages of JavaScript
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...Advantages & Disadvantages of JavaScript Introduction: JavaScript is a dynamic form of computer language which is used in the purpose of programming. JavaScript has emerged as a leading language that has been used frequently because of its feasibility to target audience. JavaScript had reached a new level of popularity after its adoption from Microsoft as a diverse language for scripting on client side. Due to increment in programming presently, deeper effects of JavaScript has been highlighted regarding its advantages and disadvantages (Quigley, 2004, p. 1). Advantages & Disadvantages of JavaScript: In order to enhance the aspect of functions performed by any website, JavaScript is hugely...
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Optical systems
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...optical fibers and fiber optic sensors By Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Part A 3 Introduction 3 Plastic Optical Fibers 4 Types of Optical Fiber 5 Quartz optical fiber 6 Glass optical fiber 6 Plastic optical fiber 6 Polymer-clad fiber 6 Types of Plastic Optical fiber 6 Comparison with Glass Fibers 7 Advantages of POF 8 Quick, Easy and Inexpensive Installations 8 High Bandwidth 9 Rugged and Strong 9 Protection against Electrical Noise 9 Simple Design 9 Extensively Used 10 Affordable 10 Disadvantages of POF 10 Applications of POFs 10 Future Prospects 11 Conclusion 11 Part B 13 Introduction 13 An overview of Optical Fiber Sensors 13 Basic Principles of Fiber Optic Sensors... Developments in plastic...
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ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF HOMOSEXUALS
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Homosexuals Homosexuality is a lifestyle that entails sexual or romantic attraction among persons of the same gender. Over decades, homosexuality has raised debate concerning its appropriateness and effects to the society. In such debates, proponents and opponents of each side illustrate the pros and cons respectively while demonstrating their positions, this paper seeks to highlight the advantages and disadvantages of homosexuality. Pros Statistics have shown that same-sex couples who are legally married have lower divorce rates compared to opposite-sex pairs. This can be attributed to the low number of same-sex marriages officiated annually owing to legal... ...
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Advantages and disadvantages of internet
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...disadvantages of the Net, there seems to be numerous advantages as well. Actually, the advantages even prevail over the disadvantages. The most frequent thing the Internet is employed for is research. Kids as well as students are amongst the top individuals who make use of the Internet for research. Nowadays, it is almost necessary that students apply the Internet for their research. Entertainment happens to be another popular motive why many kids surf in to the Internet. Now we are able to communicate in a few seconds with a person who happens to be sitting or even working... Children making use of the Internet has turn into a big worry worldwide. A lot of parents do not recognize the dangers concerned...
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Advantages and disadvantages of outsourcing
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Outsourcing Table of Contents Introduction 3 2.Growing Importance of Outsourcing 4 3.Influence of Outsourcing 6 4.Benefits of Outsourcing 9 5.Risk and Disadvantages of Outsourcing 11 6.Conclusion 13 Reference 14 1. Introduction Outsourcing has become a major business in today’s world. Most of the big companies outsource their work which is not their core operation. To understand outsourcing one has to know what does outsourcing means. Outsourcing can be defined as contracting out a work which is not the core function of the business. Various functions of the business can be outsourced. The function which are...
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Assistive Technology: Advantages and Disadvantages
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...Advantages and Disadvantage Research Study Assistive Technologies- Advantages andDisadvantage Research Study 1. Introduction Technology has intervened in every walk of life and has introduced revolutionary changes in the lifestyles of humans. The field of education is no different; innovative technologies have made their way into the classrooms and other modes of education that are being followed by the academicians in the prevailing times. Assistive technologies are also counted amongst these inventions of the modern era since they facilitate the acquisition of education by students who have disabilities. This field is an emerging one and is attaining the attention... of researchers around...
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Recommendation: its advantages and disadvantages
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of the Recommendations Every accounting principle applied in any business unit has its own advantages and disadvantages, and depreciation is no exception. However, most companies have realized that the advantages indeed outdo the disadvantages. Advantages Increased accuracy in accounting for business assets; though... ? Depreciation Depreciation has been defined by scholars as the process of allocating costs of tangible assets over periods which the asset has benefitted the company (Peterson, 2002, P. 95). With time, the long-term assets of a company become obsolete while some lose value due wear and tear effects. These factors will reduce the production capacity of the asset ...
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Luxury e-commerce advantages & disadvantages
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...advantages and disadvantages) Luxury E-commerce (Advantages and Disadvantages) Introduction With the shifts in the modern world and its changing trends, there has been an influence in the human society and living. People living in highly modernized system has adopted many quick influences like e-commerce or luxury business (Okonkwo, 2007). This influence is from globalization which has brought changes in the lifestyle and in people’s buying and selling modes. Luxury is what stands out firm in this modern system; it is something which has centered people in between desires and modernism (Okonkwo, 2007). Though advancements like e-commerce or e-business has favored to an extent... ? Luxury E-commerce...
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Advantages/disadvantages of online databases
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...ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES Advantages and Disadvantages of Online Databases Total Number of Words: 1,384 Introduction Information available online is very broad and complex. Aside from the use of search engines, online databases is being widely used by the researchers in searching for peer reviewed journals and other related articles. In line with this, a literature review will be conducted to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using online databases. Literature Review Advantages of Online Databases Using online databases in search for a specific topic or article is very convenient and time saving (Vishala & Bhandi, 2009; Lim, Hsiung, & Hales, 2006; Sathe, Grady, & Giuse... Running head:...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of EU
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...ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF EU European Union is a strong economic integration that brings various nations in Europe together. It is has gained much success but equally faces significant administration huddles. Some of the evident success that has come with EU is common currency. This means most of the member countries can transact across border in this currency. However, there has been divided opinion on the socio-economic gains of this economic integration entity. This can be addressed more easily by drawing the comparative analysis of the advantages and...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Monster
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...Advantages & Disadvantages of Monsters In mentioning monsters, most kids and adults alike would shake. A number of individuals have just encountered monsters from the films, which has resulted in most people asking whether such creatures exist. Well, the response is NO and YES. NO because certain monsters are as a result of human fancy, and YES because several monsters do exist past just the tag monster alone. All the same, there are those that are actually real. The challenge is determining whether they exist or not, and this requires firm subscription to the different available religious and/or spiritual beliefs. According to Shaw (p23), in Where...
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Outsourcing: reasons, advantages and disadvantages
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Outsourcing Outsourcing has been... increasingly steadily globally and the future seems to boost outsourcing operations all the more. There have been various advantages and disadvantages offered by outsourcing for the overall global socio-economic scenario. On the positive side, outsourcing has enabled companies to avail the services offered by a large talent pool. This has enabled companies to achieve better quality of service. However it must be kept in mind that the bulk of global outsourcing operations are composed of support functions only. This is particularly true for operations that are outsourced to offshore locations....
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Luxury e-commerce advantages & disadvantages
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...advantages and disadvantages) Luxury E-commerce (Advantages and Disadvantages) Introduction With the shifts in the modern world and its changing trends, there has been an influence in the human society and living. People living in highly modernized system has adopted many quick influences like e-commerce or luxury business (Okonkwo, 2007). This influence is from globalization which has brought changes in the lifestyle and in people’s buying and selling modes. Luxury is what stands out firm in this modern system; it is something which has centered people in between desires and modernism (Okonkwo, 2007). Though advancements like e-commerce or e-business has favored to an extent... Luxury E-commerce...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Globalization
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...Advantages of globalization David, et al, (2005) identified that globalization developed international trade and companies. Due to increased interaction among nationalities, countries traded with one another with goods and services they have a comparative advantage (David, et al, 2005). In this perspective, a country sell commodities it have comparative advantage and import commodities it has comparative disadvantage. This led to the growth of home and foreign industries propelled by availability... Globalization al Affiliation Globalization Globalization is a term used to mean the opening of nationalistic and local perspectives (social, political, cultural and economic) to a broader stance of an...
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Fiber
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...fiber were identified. Hence regular consumption of generous amounts of dietary fiber in the diet has been proven to reduce the risk for developing several diseases such as coronary heart disease, diabetes, obesity, blood pressure, gall stones, diseases of the colon and it has also been found to boost the immune system (Dietary fiber, 1996; Anderson et al, n.d). Research studies have revealed that people consume less than the recommended levels of dietary fiber. The amount of dietary fiber intake depends on the age, gender and total calorie intake (Anderson et al, n.d). The major advantage provided by dietary fiber... Dietary fiber helps prevent many diseases Plants are the major source of dietary...
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Fibre optics
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...advantages over the metal cables used earlier regarding on speed which is high as compared to the other communication lines among other advantages like it being thinner and light in weight. Although they are advantageous they also are disadvantageous in that they are expensive in its installation and also fragile among others. Fiber optics are becoming common in the local area networking enabling companies being able to use this as a better communication way. Types of Fiber Optic Cable There are 2 main types of fiber optic cables; these are the single mode and multimode fiber optic cable. The single mode fiber optic... ?FIBER OPTICS al Affiliation) Theory of Light Relevant to Fiber Optics Light...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Conducting Business Offshore
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Conducting Business Offshore Introduction Offshore company relates to theincorporation of a company overseas, and it is utilized in a way that investors are able to avoid tax laws imposed to business in their home countries. Moreover, the offshore are legal in any if they are set for the right purpose regarding the business in which they are involved. Therefore, the tax reasons for offshore business are the principal factors in deciding to start the business offshore, though there are other advantages and disadvantage. Making a decision of conducting business offshore entails the motives of establishing a business for a given purpose... in a country having...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Multiculturalism in UK
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...Advantages and disadvantages of multiculturalism in UK Introduction Multiculturalism is a highly debated all over the world at present because of the advantages and disadvantages it provides to a country. After 9/11, people all over the world started to look suspiciously at foreigners. America and Britain are two countries in which people from different countries and cultures are staying and working together. Some people argue that multiculturalism should be encouraged, especially in this globalized world, whereas others are of the view that it should not be encouraged because of the possibility of repetition of 9/11 like incidents. Brighton (2007) mentioned that “examining the history... of...
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The Advantages and Disadvantages of Free Trade
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Free Trade The dominance of capitalism has become undisputed as other economic systems that once challenged it has seemingly failed to prove themselves as viable and as having the capability of boosting the development of any nation. Characteristic of the capitalist economic system is the adherence of to the principles of free trade. It is through free trade that states reduce if not abolish all restrictions on capital and commodity exchange. Traders from different countries no longer have to deal with the obstacles that are usually established by governments meant to discourage the entry of too many imported products and...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Various Communication Methods
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...Advantages and disadvantages of various communication methods One of its advantages is that it facilitates immediate feedback since an individual gets the opportunity of asking a question and getting a reply immediately. However, it has the disadvantage of having less time to reconsider the response because an immediate reply is required (Guffey & Loewy, 2010). Telephone and voice mail This is a convenient way of receiving calls and it becomes less possible to miss an important or an urgent call. However, in a case where a customer may be calling regarding a product that they purchased, it would be very inconvenient for...
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Bio-remediation Advantages and Disadvantages assessment
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...advantages as well as shortcomings as indicated in the table 1 below. Table 1 Advantages and Disadvantages of the Nutrient Enrichment Method Disadvantages Advantages Addition of nutrients could cause eutrophication leading to depletion of oxygen. No formation of algal blooms occurs. Some components of the fertilizer may be harmful to other marine organisms. Cases of adverse ecological effects are rare. Some of the products of bioremediation using nutrient enrichment may be harmful. The method is safer in comparison to other methods of conventional degradation. The increased growth and multiplication of the micro-organisms may cause an ecological imbalance... Bioremediation INTRODUCTION Bioremediation is ...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of International Economic Institutions
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of International Economic s Introduction: Global economic s aim to understand the dilemmas and opportunities faced by several economies of the world. Through their formal chain of command system and global applicability, these institutions facilitate economic actions that are aimed to achieve progress and development. Some of the key institutions in the world are WTO, IMF and World Bank (Mole) There are many economic institutions in the world. According to EDIRC there are currently 12,542 institutions in 231 countries and territories mentioned. Many of these economic institutions came into existence after the world war. They were basically founded to promote... s School...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Business Regulations
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Business Regulations Introduction A business may refer to an organization that is involved in trade of goods or services to consumers (Nijsen, 2009). Most businesses are privately run by individuals who are in quest of maximizing their resources or create wealth. However, in realizing their aims ought to comply with already devised regulations that govern respective enterprises either large or small scale for them to run smoothly. Most of these regulations range from health to security besides varying significantly among states though crystallized by the international ones. In most cases the requirements are...
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Steel Construction: Weathering steel - advantages disadvantages
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...advantages and disadvantages of weathering steel, with special reference to its use as a construction material. Advantages: When the benefits of different metals are measured for use in structures and members exposed to weather, weathering steel shows a considerable edge over others on the basis of the following characteristic features. Beautiful natural color: Weathering steel attains the color of rust after some time of exposure to open air and under alternate cycles of drying and wetting. The beautiful rusty appearance of weathering steel is one... Weathering steel: Introduction: “Weathering steels or weather resistant (WR) steels are colloquial terms used to describe structural steels with improved...
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The advantages and disadvantages of robots
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...advantages and disadvantages of robots Candi number: Candi Statement I hereby declare that this assignment is my own work and any use of materials from other sources has been referenced accordingly. Candidate Signature: Date: Tutor Statement I hereby confirm that this assignment, to the best of my knowledge, is the candidates own work and they have not collaborated in the production of this assignment with any other person. I also confirm that I have a record of this candidate’s progress tutorial/s. Tutor Signature: Date: Introduction Robots can be defined as the virtual and artificial agent or mechanical agent, which is characterized... | Word Limit 1000 7/11 Assignment Topic: The...
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Biochemistry (cardiovascular biomarkers the advantages and disadvantages)
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Biochemical Markers in Cardiovascular Disease Introduction Cardiovascular disease is the most common cause of morbidity in the world and the most common presentation is myocardial infarction (McPherson, 2010). It affects one in three Americans (Howie-Esquivel and White, 2008). While atherosclerosis is the most common and haunted cardiovascular disease, the most important manifestation is myocardial infarction. Prediction and determination of established cardiovascular disease has been a challenge to health professionals aiming for preventive strategies. While routine tests like lipid profile, blood pressure, blood sugar,...
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Advantages And Disadvantages Of Capital Punishment
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Capital Punishment Capital punishment refers to the killing of criminals guilty of grave crimes as a way of punishing them for the crimes that they have committed. As a form of punishment, capital punishment has a number of advantages and disadvantages. This paper compares and contrasts the two main advantages and disadvantages of capital punishment. One of the advantages of capital punishment is that it helps to deter crime. This is because once criminals have been killed, they will not have another chance of committing some more crimes; also, since capital punishment is a cruel form of punishment, many potential criminals... English 4th April, A Comparison of the...
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Advantages and disadvantages of Owning a Gun
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...Advantages and disadvantages of Owning a Gun Introduction According to Younge (2013, p. 29), over 85 lives are lost and double that figure injured everyday by guns in the US every day. This means the number of people killed every year by guns is more than the number of people killed in the 9/11 terror attack. Although there are laws on gun accessibility, ownership and control, there are many cases of gun misuse that are often fatal. When the rate of gun ownership is high, there may be benefits in the community such as deterring crime and enhancing self protection (Cook & Ludwig 2006, p. 379). However, when one analyzes this critically, it can be seen that there are also disadvantages... such...
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Stste the advantages and disadvantages of multiculturalism
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...Advantages and disadvantages of multiculturalism module 21 February Advantages and disadvantages of multiculturalism Draft Globalization trends, development of transnational relations, and growth in immigration rates have all significantly increased the need for multicultural policies among world nations. However, multiculturalism has become a much debated issue within political discourses and academic discussions today. The proponents of multiculturalism argue that all cultures are of equal value and that fostering multiculturalism and diversity would enhance the unity and integration of the nation. It is therefore...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of a Monopoly
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of monopolies Table of Contents Introduction …………………………………………………………………………………… 3 Characteristics of a monopoly ………………………………………………………………... 3 Advantages of a monopoly …………………………………………………………………… 4 Disadvantages of a monopoly.……………………………………………………………....… 6 Conclusions …………………………………………………………………………………… 9 References ……………………………………………………………………………………. 10 Introduction Market structures are depicts difference in conditions or characteristics of a given market, which interrelate to determine the degree of profitability and competition in a given market in the economy (Tragakes, 2011). Different market...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Servant Leadership
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Servant Leadership It is undeniable that servant leadership has permeated through the management practices especially in the 21st century. Spearheaded by Robert K. Greenleaf, this model of leadership has gained ground to be one of the most common leadership models in many organizations. According to Greanleaf, servant leadership emanates from the intrinsic desire to be a servant. In his thinking, servant leadership needs to embrace the idea of serving others first in order to make them more useful, practical, and empowered (Frick 13-20). In return, the employees then become more useful towards the goals and objectives of the...
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Advantages and disadvantages of the FairTax Act
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...Advantages and disadvantages of the Fair Tax Act Taxation can be defined as a process in which governments impose certain types of charges to corporate enterprises and citizens. It is through the money obtained through taxation that different governments are able to finance their expenditures incurred in providing services to the general citizens of the country. On this basis, different types of taxations are imposed depending on the target source. For instance, income taxes to individuals and corporate, gift taxes and social security taxes. On the other hand, the remittance of tax income on fair tax system is based on the point of purchase of goods and...
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BPMN advantages, disadvantages within system integration
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...Advantages And Disadvantages Business Process Modeling Notation is a representation used to specify business processes in graphical form in the business process model. There are several advantages of using the Business Process Modeling Notation in the business environment and also technically Advantages There are numerous advantages that are associated with Business Process Model and Notation. Business Process Modeling Notation offers a standard notation that is easy to understand for many individuals giving it that universal aspect in its use. The models that are used involve universal flowcharts that convey information at a glance. This aspect reduces... BPMN Within A System Integration Context:...
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Art of Negotiation - advantages and disadvantages
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...advantages and disadvantages It is essential to recognize that negotiations are necessary and useful for the solution of cooperation tasks of the enterprise. Business negotiations differ much from purely personal negotiations, because they should have a definite goal and certain structure. In order to make business negotiations structural and advantageous for the both parties, it is necessary to set clear goals, to achieve planned objectives, to provide convincing arguments. It is not allowed to be stubborn and deaf to the opinion of a partner: orders can’t be given during negotiations. It is essential to adequately represent your interests, to make propositions on the solution... Art of Negotiation -...
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The advantages and disadvantages of federal government
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Federal Government Federal government is a political system that is based upon the principle of dividing the power and authorities between the central government and various regional governments. The power of the central and regional governments is decided through the written constitution that is supposed to explicitly define the power sharing arrangements between states and its units. There are some areas like provision of public health, domestic trade matters and licensing issues etc where the provincial or regional governments could take the decisions independently without waiting for the endorsement of the central government however, several other matters...
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The advantages and disadvantages of using antibiotics
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...Advantages and disadvantages of using antibiotics Antibiotics are medicines that fight bacteria and viruses, either by killing the invading bacteria or by weakening them so that the immune system can fight and kill them more rapidly. Most of antibiotics are bacteria fighters; although there are millions of viruses, there are only half-a-dozen or so antibiotics available. Bacteria, on the other hand, are more complex (while viruses must "live" in a "host" (us), bacteria can live independently) and so are easier to kill (Reddy, 2005). The history of antibiotics began seventy-six years ago with the discovery of penicillin by Alexander Fleming. The...
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Advantages and Disadvantages Of Assistive Technologies
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Assistive Technologies Annotated Bibliography- Advantages and Disadvantages of Assistive Technologies 1. Mulligan, S. A. (2003), Assistive technology- Supporting the participating of children with disabilities, Beyond the Journal, November Issue. This article points out the benefits of assistive technologies in terms of increased level of participation by the children with disabilities and increased level of interaction with the peers. It also explains some of the issues that are often witnessed in the process of adopting a suitable technology. This source is relevant since it discusses the challenges in the adoption process... which are not found in many...
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Advantages and disadvantages of holding World Cup
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...Advantages and disadvantages of holding World Cup Introduction The association of the English Football was founded in the year 1863 which led to thebirth of football of the modern period. In the year 1904 FIFA got the life in Paris. The Federation International de Football Association since then has been playing an important role in the development of the world football and holds the responsibility of organizing the greatest competition in the field of football the ‘FIFA World Cup’. (Classic Football, 2011) Mega events like the FIFA World Cup have serious effects on the economy of the host countries. Proper Scrutiny of the effects could reveal a handsome...
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The advantages and disadvantages of stratgy alliance
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...Advantages of Strategy Alliances When we define a strategic alliance, come up with following concise definition of alliance. This definition defines strategic alliance as the creation of value by combining capabilities of separate firms which share capital in an open ended agreement. This definition broadly describes the advantages of why the firms enter into strategic alliance and provide three broader benefits of combining capabilities and sharing of capabilities. (Casseres) 2) Making Strategic alliances provide a necessary access to various markets and resources to the organization necessary to penetrate or consolidate into any particular market. This...
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Advantages and disadvantages of private labels
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Private Labels (Product Development) Compared to National Brands in the Merchandise Assortment. A private label may be defined as a label that is unique to a specific retailer. According to Levy Weitz's definition in Retailing Environment, "Private-label brands, also called store brands, are products developed by a retailer and available for sale only from that retailer (2004)." There are many categories of private labels such as, store brands, store sub-brands, umbrella branding, individual brands and exclusive brands In order to fully discuss private labels, an original company, Macy's, has been used as an example in...
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Advantages and disadvantages of using mail surveys
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...ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF USING MAIL SURVEYS Advantages and Disadvantages of using Mail Surveys School Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Mail Surveys A survey is mode of data collection from identified or pre-selected respondents for specific purposes. One of the survey methods available is mail survey. Mail survey uses a printed questionnaire where questions may be open- or close-ended. A close ended question can be answerable by simple ‘yes’ or ‘no’. This type of survey is structured wherein the same questions, grouped or categorized according to themes, are asked from respondents. Mail survey is appropriate to use when the target respondents comprise of individuals who... RUNNING HEAD:...
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Advantages and disadvantages of presumptive test
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...Advantages and disadvantages of presumptive test Introduction Presumptive tests utilize target chemicals to determine chances that a specific body tissue or body fluid is present. It is an analysis of a sample to establish whether that particular sample have probability of becoming the substance in question or definitely not. Presumptive test applies particular methods to test for the presence of a specific substance (Houck & Siegel 2010, p. 331). For instance, Kastle-Meyer test helps in determining that a sample is not blood. Similarly, chemical testing is specific in determining and proving that a sample of substance is blood. Presumptive test is a method that Forensic Drug Testing uses... ...
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The advantages and disadvantages about the internet
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of the Internet The Internet has its share of the advantages and disadvantages. Even though it is a very significant invention of the recent past, there are both the benefits and downsides of this technology tool. The advantages of Internet are that the online presence of people is made possible. Now they do not need to cover distances to meet one another and hence their virtual communication aspects look after such factors. Also Internet has helped in the collection of knowledge and information across a number of different platforms. Internet has played a huge role in taking...
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