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Nokia smart phone, advantages and disadvantages of partnership with microsoft
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...disadvantages for Nokia in its partnership with Microsoft are mostly short-term. There are tremendous opportunities in the long-term relationship and both companies should work hard in marketing and developing their products. The benefits involved, however, outweigh the risks since Microsoft and its products are aligned with Nokia’s objectives.... ? Nokia and the Opportunities of the Microsoft Partnership Nokia's partnership with Microsoft is fundamentally based on the latter's use of Windows mobile operating system. Such partnership is beneficial for Nokia in several ways. However, it also entails numerous pitfalls. These variables can be depicted by exploring the Windows operating system. Also known as ...
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E-learning Efficiency: the advantages and disadvantages of e learning
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...Advantages and Disadvantages Introduction Learning is an important aspect of any individual’s life. It would not be wrong to term it as the wealth that broadens our mind and enables us to make informed decisions in the world. Educational programs are chosen according to the interest and inclination of the student; it enables him to gain expertise, learn skills in the respective field and earn his livelihood. The advancement in technology has changed the mode of life on the planet. It has caused changes in almost every field. The field of education has also witnessed great changes due to the integration of technology in the lifestyles of individuals. The terms of ‘efficiency’ and ‘speed... ?E-Learning-...
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The advantages and disadvantages of BACI design and its approaches
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...Disadvantages of this design is that there are no controls with which to compare the sites, and the measured... BACI Study Introduction Before- After- Control-Impact (BACI) designs are mostly used to monitor potential environmental impacts. Over the last ten years, there has in the spectacular growth in wind farms. In order to monitor the impact of offshore wind farms, BACI study designs have become the standard practice. However, there are concerns that BACI designs have little power to detect change especially change relating to the potential displacement of seabirds. BACI designs have a single control location and hence the conclusions may be unreliable. BACI designs are not suited for small potential ...
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Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the Electoral College
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...advantages and the disadvantages. However, the advantages seem to be firm that the disadvantage. The Electorate College seems to solve a lot of election problems, therefore, making a nation just during its election, even though it has some few disadvantages. Work Cited Hudson, David L, and Roger Matuz. The Handy Presidents Answer Book. Canton, MI: Visible Ink Press, 2012. Print Kimberling, William C. The Electoral College. Washington, D.C: National Clearinghouse on Election Administration, Federal Election Commission, 1992. Print. Thompson, Dennis F. Just Elections: Creating a Fair Electoral Process in the United States. Chicago, Ill: University of Chicago Press, 2004. Print.... Advantages and...
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Advantages and disadvantages of a testing system in education
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...advantage of standardized... ?Pedagogy depends on the capability of a teacher to test his or her for their knowledge of the material being presented to them. Testing serves a number of functions, two of which are the measurement of progress a student is making toward a predetermined goal of learning, and the provision of an incentive for a student to learn the material (and thereby perform well on the assessment). Without testing, teachers would rely on faith that their students have learning as one of their goals; however, this assumption, especially in the era of compulsory education, is simply out of touch with reality. Having established that testing is a necessary component of teaching, the question ...
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What are the advantages and disadvantages of independence in Education
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...advantages and disadvantages of independence in Education? I. Introduction Education has been traditionally considered as one of the most significant fields regarding the personal development of children. Towards this direction, it has been supported by Smith (2002, 4) that “the main purpose of schools is to develop the intellectual, social, emotional and physical abilities of all children”. However, in order for this target to be achieved it is necessary that all participants within the educational environment proceed to specific initiatives and promote schemes that offer to children the appropriate knowledge in accordance with the characteristics of each particular society... . An issue that...
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Small vs. Big Government: The Advantages and Disadvantages of Both
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Both Introduction The modern political indignation of America lies in the present controversy of the small and big government. A small government promotes a proper way to meet the satisfaction of the people who would pay a lesser amount of taxes, and where government roles and principles are not complicated (Jonas). On the other hand, when the conditions of the small government become worse, then a big government could emerge. Hence, a big government is defined with a great amount of inefficient use of people’s taxable money (Lindert). With the introductory transition and comparison of small and big government, the purpose of this paper... Small versus Big Government:...
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Credit cards: advantages, disadvantages, and personal opinion and analysis
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Credit Cards Advantages and disadvantages of Credit Cards Introduction Credit cards have been on theincrease in the recent past days. Resulting from this pressure, the act of 2009, Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure, was signed into law by President Obama. This legislation geared towards improvement of consumer disclosures and stopping the numerous egregious practices in the entire industry. These cards could either be used to make payments locally or internationally. However, the cards have advantages as well as disadvantages. Advantages of Credit Cards For those who use credit cards and those who would like to use the cards in future... ...
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Advantages and disadvantages of team and individual teaching
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Team and Individual Teaching Teaching is the art of spreading knowledge to others. This art is being modified and innovated by the passage of time. Modern technology and new methods of learning have given this art a sheer change. In fact, it is now getting more effective as topics are expounded more clearly and practically by the use of multimedia equipments. Teaching in a team actually means a group of teachers, decisively working with each other on regular basis to facilitate students in groups in order to acquire knowledge about various subjects. The instructors in team teaching cooperate with one...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Office Automation and Groupwares
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Office Automation and Groupwares It can never be denied how technology makes life a lot better for the people. No wonder that works in all aspect of life gets to be done easier and faster. In terms of business and commerce, Office Automation and Group Collaboration are pioneers in making companies more competitive. Office Automation is the integration of office information functions, including word processing, data processing, graphics, desktop publishing and e-mail. Using a Local Area Network (LAN), it allows users to do multi-office functions like dictation, typing, filing, copying, fax, Telex, microfilm...
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The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Investing In Real Estate
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...advantages and disadvantages of investing in real estate. The decision now is for the investor to make whether to continue in this business or not. This is to simply say it that in this business, it needs someone to have a critical mind and is always willing to analyze things as they really are. There are good opportunities in real estate investment. However, these opportunities do not come by chance. Somebody has to work for them out and transform them into a whole lot of advantage. This is not going to be an easy task for it requires skills and endurance. Real estate investment is just the same with other related investments. For it to be a success, someone has... The Advantages and Disadvantages...
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Advantages and disadvantages of owning VS renting a home
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...Advantages and disadvantages of owning versus renting a house Many people have different tastes and preferences and find it hard to choose as whether to rent or own a house. However, statistics show that many are include owning a house than rent. Owning a house fulfills one’s dreams but to some it is a nightmare. In order to buy a house, a lot of finance is required to do so and therefore, prior to purchase, one must weigh all the advantages and disadvantages that come because of having one. In addition, before purchasing a house many questions ought to be put into consideration. For instance, is there necessity in buying...
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Advantages and disadvantages of western blot and DNA/RNA microarray
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...advantages of DNA microarrays in HIV detection lies in their relative availability in use and low cost (Hadiwikarta et al. 2013). To perform a DNA microarrays test it is not required to use an expensive specific equipment and receiving the results can be performed by using equipment that is already available in most laboratories (Phair & Wolinsky 1992). However, despite such advantages DNA microarray have a few disadvantages. The main is high requirement in labor for production of DNA solutions that is necessary for microarray... ...
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Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of a performance driven strategy
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...advantages and its disadvantages, it is up to us to make full use of the advantages and to avoid the disadvantages from affecting us. Works Cited 1. Atkinson, Philip (2004). Creating and Shaping a Performance Driven Culture. Retrieved on April 2, 2008 from http://philipatkinsonconsulting.com/pdf25.pdf 2. DM Review (2007). Business Objects and Savvion Partner to Take Performance-Driven Organizations to the Next Level. Retrieved on April 2, 2008 from http://www.dmreview.com/news/1073785-1.html 3. Dynamic Knowledge. The Dynamic Knowledge and Turtle Rattle Performance Alliance. Retrieved on April 2, 2008...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Vertical and Horizontal Integration
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...advantages and disadvantages that can have overwhelming effects on businesses and their operations. The paper attempts an in-depth application of the concept of mergers and acquisitions to businesses in the technological sector. It examines the advantages and disadvantages of vertical integration and horizontal integration in the technological sector. Business Growth... ?Introduction Basically, businesses are set up to commercialize innovations and provide solutions to members of the public (Kotler, 1994). This therefore means that businesses are set up to provide something of value that consumers are prepared to exchange consideration for. Most businesses exist as profit making organisations for their...
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Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of Alternative Dispute Resolution
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...advantages and disadvantages associated with alternative dispute resolution. Discussion Advantages of ADR First, ADR offers the advantage of being cheap and quick. On the other hand, formal court processes may take years and cost people a fortune. In fact, in many developing countries with huge populations such as India, Pakistan and others, it takes more than 20-30 years for a person to get... ?Running Head: Alternative Dispute Resolution Alternative Dispute Resolution [Institute’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Introduction Without any doubts, conflicts, claims, and disagreements are common in our societies and communities. They have existed throughout the human history. However, as the human society...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Transformational leadership In a Change Context
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Transformational leadership In a Change Context Transformational leadership is a leadership style meant to empower, motivate employees to accept proposed changes or increase their performance and productivity from the influence of a visionary leader. In order to account for power, influence and leadership; transformational leadership is based on four components and influence is exerted on followers according to how admirably the leader behaves (Goleman, Boyatzis & McKee 2002). This in turn has an influence on the followers on whether they would like to emulate these leaders (Hoffman et al, 2011). In healthcare,...
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What are the advantages and disadvantages of using participant observation
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...Advantages & Disadvantages of Participant Observation” Participant observation is one of the observation techniques used to collect data about a certain group of people, culture, organization or trends. The researcher has to perform double tasks in order to carry out research using participant observation method i.e. he has to act as an observer as well as a participant (Spradley, 1980). In order to get a realistic data about the concerned group of people, the researcher has to gain the trust of people and integrate among them so that the presence of the researcher causes less or no changes in their regular behaviors. Moreover, the concept of participant observation also requires maintaining... ...
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Critically discuss the historical-cultural context of human rights. Does their context differ across cultural boundaries and if
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...across cultures. The state... ? The existence of Universal Human Rights in a culturally diverse world Can Universal Human Rights exist in a culturally diverse world? The idea of whether human rights can be regarded as universal or culturally inclined is a debate that has existed for decades. This is because, in considering universality of human rights, ideas regarding right and wrong or good and evil as existing in the society, seems to be incompatible when considering beliefs held by different societies. However, important advances have occurred to narrow the gap that exist between those lobbying for universality on one hand and cultural relativism, on the other hand. In academic literature, the school...
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1. When working with children, young people and families over a prolonged period of time professional boundaries may become blurred. What do you understand by the term Professional Boundaries Discuss how these boundaries are maintained by you as a chi
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...BOUNDARIES Professional Boundaries: Relationships among Nurses, Children and Other Professional Boundaries: Relationships among Nurses, Children and Other Clients Introduction The ability to maintain professional boundaries in a patient/client- nurse relationship is among the key competencies in the nursing profession. This declaration is however simple in theory, but not as straightforward in practice. By working with each other, the nurse and the client develops familiarity, trust and the urge to help each other. If the nurse lacks a general understanding of what professional boundaries should be, then the integrity of the nurse-client relationship maybe jeopardized... Running Head: PROFESSIONAL...
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Inter-Professional Working
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...across regional boundaries and which is limited more by class and by educational background than by national origin" (Swartz, 1985, p. 727). Interprofessional relationships within various Western contexts are therefore discussed without particular reference to nationality. Psychosocial Issues, Medicine, and Clinical Psychology Toulmin (1978) pointed out that there are numerous medical models or ways f... or surgical service, engaging in activities such as "bedside rounds", inservice training for staff, and collaborative research. Liaison activities also frequently involve coordinating "support groups" or "psychotherapy groups" for staff or for patients' families. (Johnson, 1985, p....
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There are more disadvantages to new media than there are advantages
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...advantages in the new media than there are disadvantages contrary to the provided statement (Elliott, 2010). To serve as the concluding description of the new media, the pioneering work made the exploration that was the first sustained of the consequences for Europe, which had more disadvantages than the new media. This is of the settlement and discovery of America in economic, political, intellectual, social and religious terms having in mind that there are more rights and freedom in the new media. The reason as to why the statement is wrong is that there is more advanced equipment in the new media making...
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The use of ICT across the curriculum and evaluate the benefits and disadvantages of its use
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...across the curriculum A great interest in ICT implementation across the curriculum can be explained by a necessity to facilitate and improve cooperation of teachers and students and to make the learning process more interesting and effective. Nevertheless, there is a certain gap between practical application of ICT in the learning process and theoretical knowledge about this discipline. There are a lot of works devoted to the discussion of ICT management, but a few works are devoted to the analysis of ICT application efficiency in subjects learning and teaching (ACEC-Margaret Cox; ICT - The National Curriculum; Kinder, 2007; Moon et al, 2002). There are general goals defined... , leadership...
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Compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages of joining a professional association
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...working towards a universal goal of improving and promoting the profession (Harvey, 2004). The advantages of joining such organization are that they are informative, advocate for their members, improve the public relations of their members and expand the job opportunities of their members and also offer professional development for its members (Harvey et al., 2003). Professional organizations also offer great networking opportunities for their affiliates to share thoughts and brainstorm, to voice and commiserate, and to provide affiliates a feeling that they are never alone... Professional Association Professional Association Professional organizations comprise of members of a certain profession working...
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3.What are the advantages and disadvantages of opening labour markets on a global scale
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...across the countries, social groups and individual workers (Moses, 2006). The number of advantages associated with labour force liberalization significantly exceeds the number disadvantages, including: brain drain, wage effects, and increased costs of public welfare and social care. It is worth to mention that the economic benefits are more likely to be derived from low-volume migration as a high-volume migration can be very costly to receiving countries (Moses, 2006). References: Breunig, C., Cao, X. & Luedtke, A. (2012), "Global Migration and Political Regime Type: A Democratic Disadvantage", British Journal of Political Science, 42 (4), pp. 825-854... The advantages and disadvantages of opening labour ...
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Advantages and disadvantages of the commercial use of strong cryptographic products
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...disadvantage of encryption technology is the lack of well-established international standards that allows operation of commercial cryptography between different countries across the globe. This has led to difficulties in communication between countries since there is no common standard that allows proper encryption. The standards that have been established, like the DEA-1 [ISO 1987] [ISO 1988a] [ISO 1988b] [ISO 1991a] [ISO 1991b] faced very strong opposition by various agencies of security (Moldovyan 2007). In summary, the use of commercial cryptography has its own advantages but also faces challenges. Proper use of this technology has saved lives in different commercial products... Advantages and...
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Investigating Telehealth: Discuss the advantages, disadvantages, financial aspects, security concerns, and legal considerations
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...across the different regions (U.S. Department of Health and Human Service, n.d.). With regard to technological advancement in the modern healthcare services, this paper intends to briefly discuss about the advantages and disadvantages of real-time communication... ? Investigating Telehealth Introduction The development of healthcare services has often been regarded as a major advantage for the people in order to acquire highly efficient and required medical facilities. In the context of increasing growth of modern healthcare services, it has been witnessed that a continuous implementation of technological advancements have been profoundly elevating the quality level of healthcare facilities. In relation...
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Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using a viral marketing strategy and enterprise 2.0 tools
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...ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF USING VIRAL MARKETING STRATEGY AND ENTERPRISE 2.0 TOOL Advantages and Disadvantages of using Viral Marketing Strategy and Enterprise 2.0 Tool Author Author Affiliation Date Web 2.0 Web 2.0 is an emerging technology, which is considered as a different type of enterprise. In other words, Web 2.0 is used to define a second generation of the WWW (World Wide Web) which is based on the capability for community to share resources and information online. However web 2.0 mostly refers to the conversion from simple web-pages (based on HTML) to a more vibrant Web that is more structured and based on serving Web applications to consumers. Moreover there are other enhanced...
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Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using a viral marketing strategy and enterprise 2.0 tools
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...ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF USING VIRAL MARKETING STRATEGY AND ENTERPRISE 2.0 TOOL Advantages and Disadvantages of using Viral Marketing Strategyand Enterprise 2.0 Tool Author Author Affiliation Date Web 2.0 Web 2.0 is an emerging technology, which is considered as a different type of enterprise. In other words, Web 2.0 is used to define a second generation of the WWW (World Wide Web) which is based on the capability for community to share resources and information online. However web 2.0 mostly refers to the conversion from simple web-pages (based on HTML) to a more vibrant Web that is more structured and based on serving Web applications to consumers. Moreover there are other enhanced... ...
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Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of the various methods for providing near real time traffic information
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Various Methods for Providing Near Real Time Traffic Information Purpose of Research: With increasing pressure of traffic in the present times, need for accurate and timely traffic information is highly essential for the general public as well as for working people and groups. Different companies like Google, Tom Tom and others are continuously making use of different methods to provide information on real time traffic. The present research discusses on the various methods that companies use for near real time traffic information and the advantages and disadvantages that are...
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Compare and contrast the potential advantages and disadvantages of the formal rational approach to strategy development
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...advantages and disadvantages of the formal rational approach to strategy development Introduction The formal approach to strategy development is a bureaucratic approach to strategic decision making. Its scope that follows an up to down structure has advantages and disadvantages that should be considered before its implementation. Advantages of the formal approach to strategy development Three main features define the formal rational approach and form the basis for comparing advantages and disadvantages of the approach. The approach consists of a controlled process that has distinct procedures for decision making with identification and analysis of current state, development of strategic... Potential...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of a Directly Elected President of the Commision for the European Union
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of a Directly Elected President of the Commission for the European Union College: TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 Introduction…………………………………………………………………………………...3 2.0 The European Commission……………………………………………………………………4 3.0 Advantages of a Directly Elected President of the European Commission…………………...5 4.0 Disadvantages of a Directly Elected President of the European Commission………………..7 5.0 Conclusion…………………………………………………………………………………….9 6.0 References……………………………………………………………………………………11 1.0 Introduction The European Union is a confederation of twenty seven member states based on economic and political...
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Explain the advantages and disadvantages of legislation relating to gender discrimination in the workplace
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Legislation Relating to Gender Discrimination in the Workplace IntroductionDuring the early phases of men and women, there is a change of learning about the sex roles of each sex, and this is translated into an attitude, which results to problems in work life (Miller, Lietz & Kotte, 2002, 69). In fact, numerous people consider these problems and discrimination of women as inappropriate and unlawful, and they are not tolerable. On the other hand, numerous women are continuing to suffer from discrimination in their workplaces, though there are rational people such as employers seeking to employ the right...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) for Germany 11101
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...ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI) FOR GERMANY Lecturer: Contents Introduction 3 Background and Problem Statement 3 Aim and Objectives 4 Outline 4 Literature Review 6 Factors that influence the need for outward direct investment 6 Types of Outward Direct Investment and its associated advantages and disadvantages 8 Green field investment 8 Merger and acquisition 9 Expansion of an existing foreign facility 10 Findings and Discussion 12 Pattern of Outward FDI flow for Germany by partner country 12 Pattern of Outward FDI for Germany by industry 15 Conclusion 17 References 19 List of Figures Figure...
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Advantages and disadvantages of having hackers or other systems intruders as your IT security guardians
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...ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF HAVING HACKERS OR OTHER SYSTEMS INTRUDERS AS YOUR IT SECURITY GUARDIANS Advantages and disadvantages of having hackers or other systems intruders as your IT security guardians Author Author Affiliation Date Introduction ‘Hacker’ is very commonly used term in computer technology and refers to wickedness, deceitful individual who is intended to steal some kind of information or data and burglarizes the business or personal computers. Despite the fact that there are some benefits of engaging a hacker as a member of corporation’s information technology staff since a corporation that upholds a corporate website and domestic network is capable to take advantage... of...
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The use of ICT across the curriculum and evaluate the benefits and disadvantages of its use
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...across the curriculum A great interest in ICT implementation across the curriculum can be explained by a necessity to facilitate and improve cooperation of teachers and students and to make the learning process more interesting and effective. Nevertheless, there is a certain gap between practical application of ICT in the learning process and theoretical knowledge about this discipline. There are a lot of works devoted to the discussion of ICT management, but a few works are devoted to the analysis of ICT application efficiency in subjects learning and teaching (ACEC-Margaret Cox; ICT - The National Curriculum; Kinder, 2007; Moon et al, 2002). There are general goals defined... and other...
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Worldwide trade.The advantages and disadvantages of free trade and the relative comparisons to fair trade
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...advantages and disadvantages of free trade and the relative comparisons to fair trade The advantages and disadvantages of free trade and the relative comparisons to fair trade Introduction Free trade is an economic concept in which trade between nations is opened up so that regulatory issues are minimized and equal opportunities for imports and exports can be experienced. The concept of free trade is dependent upon the idea that fairness will be established for those involved. However, there is a difference between free and fair, corporations finding ways to best exploit the lack of regulation in order to achieve the highest level of profit from the exploitation... ?Running Head: WORLDWIDE TRADE The...
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THE DIGITAL DIVIDE EXPLAINED; THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF IMPROVING THE DIGITAL DIVIDE
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...ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF IMPROVING THE DIGITAL DIVIDE by of School City, State 20 September 2013 Introduction According to Mossberger, Tolbert and Stansbury, today Information Technology is a vital component in the daily lives of a majority of Americans (2003). Statistics show that the fraction of the population that has internet access stands at more than half, while those that own computers stands at two thirds (Mossberger, Tolbert and Stansbury, 2003). The computers are used both within households and at places of work. As a result, computers greatly influence their jobs, their leisure time activities, communication patterns and their access... and distribution of information. The...
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Design-build and Design-Bid-Build Contracts: Their Advantages and Disadvantages
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...Advantages and Disadvantages The system of contracting proves to be an essentialpart in the construction projects since the planning of the design and the execution of the project depends on this contract. The design-build and design-bid-build are the two forms of contracting in this regard that are most commonly considered while planning for a construction project. While the design-build is a traditional method, the other is an alternative form of contracting involving greater complicacies. Also, these two systems have their respective advantages and disadvantages that can significantly affect the effective completion and quality of work... . From these studies it could be obtained that the...
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Competency-based job analysis and the advantages and disadvantages of its use in team-based jobs
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...advantages and disadvantages of its use in team-based jobs ………………………….. College ……………………………… submission ……………….. Words count: 1399 Introduction The competency-based performance management is increasingly becoming important in almost all sectors and industries mainly due to that high-performance working has become one of the major targets of human resource management to achieve competitive edge. It is widely accepted that utilizing and developing employees’ potential to enhance their competitive capabilities are critical requirements of strategic HRM. As such, competency-based analysis and other newly emerging tools tend to replace traditional performance... Competency-based job analysis and the...
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What are the major advantages and disadvantages of the four principles approach to health care ethics
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...advantages and disadvantages of the four principles approach to health care ethics Outline Introduction History of the ‘four principles’ approach -Justice - Beneficence - Autonomy -Non-maleficence Theories supporting the ‘four principles’ approach Advantages of the four principles -Treating patients equally - Patients secure from harm resulting from treatment -Justice availed to all patients -Fosters disciplined decision-making that affects the future Disadvantages of the four principles -Compromising the principles when inevitable -Conflict of views and beliefs held by a patient as the principle of autonomy emphasizes the freedom of a health care beneficiary... Task Principlism (What are the major...
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The advantages and disadvantages of coursework as a means of assessment
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...advantages and disadvantages of work assessment Introduction Assigning work is the most common criteria of conducting assessment all over the world. In almost every school, college, university, course works are given substantial percentage of the total marks of any course. Importance of coursework cannot be denied, however, it has certain drawbacks as well. Advantages Attending classes in schools is essential but it’s of no use if the subjects learnt at school, are not being practiced at home. The primary purpose of assigning coursework is to provide learning tasks to students for...
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Critically discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the outdoor learning environment in the UK's Early Years
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...across the globe have invested resources and funds to ensure this part of their education system is effectively provided for. In many nations across the globe, early childhood education has been prioritized in terms of provision of recommendations and allocation of resources. Educational bodies across the globe have also played an important role in ensuring early childhood education is effectively delivered. According to Watson (2000) the significance of childhood education cannot be underestimated since it may shape most character... Learning environments affiliation Learning environments It is an obvious assumption that the early years of childhood education are fundamentally formative and governments...
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What Are the Advantages and Disadvantages of Using an Internal Change Agent
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...advantages and disadvantages of using an internal change agent? Insert         Insert Grade Insert Name 8 January 2012 Outline Introduction Advantages of using an internal change agent Disadvantages of using an external change agent conclusion What are The Advantages and Disadvantages of Using an Internal Change Agent? Internal change agent Introduction Change is common in an organization; however, it is not always easily accepted by all personnel, mainly for fear of the unknown. According to Griffin & Moorhead (2011, p.551), it is possible for change to be forced on an organization, or an organization may decide to change willingly based on business environment... with the organization’s...
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Business Math - advantages and disadvantages of higher interest rates on investments
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...Advantages and disadvantages of high interest rate on investment Business Math - advantages and disadvantages of higher interest rates on investments Introduction Investment refers to every asset that an investor owns. Investors can commit capital to a business with expectations of either getting profit or loss. Investment can be available as shares, stocks and an enterprise. In this essay I will focus on the advantages and disadvantages of high interest rate on investment. One of the core advantages of higher interest rate on investment is that it results in Savings. The...
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Advantages and disadvantages of ADR(alternative dispute resolution) over litigation in international business
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...work together as before, maybe in a situation involving a manufacturer and distributor who still need each other for their business survival. However, in many situations, the relationship of the parties ends the moment the case is taken to court. Limitations of ADR processes Despite of these clear advantages, there may not be achieved because of some limitations that ADR has. Accordingly some of these limitations are discussed below. All parties have to consent: the biggest disadvantage of ADR processes is that all differing parties have to agree so that the process can be binding and implemented. However, in normal litigation... Introduction Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is a general term used to ...
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Advantages and disadvantages of alternative dispute resolution over litigation in international business
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...work together as before, maybe in a situation involving a manufacturer and distributor who still need each other for their business survival. However, in many situations, the relationship of the parties ends the moment the case is taken to court. Limitations of ADR processes Despite of these clear advantages, there may not be achieved because of some limitations that ADR has. Accordingly some of these limitations are discussed below. All parties have to consent: the biggest disadvantage of ADR processes is that all differing parties have to agree so that the process can be binding and implemented. However, in normal litigation, the powers of the court (imperium) can... ?Introduction Alternative Dispute...
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Discuss Internet as a tool to International marketing research(implications, advantages & disadvantages)
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...disadvantages,  to  most  people,   do  not  come  close  to  the  advantages... Internet  as  a  tool  to  International  marketing  research             International  marketing  has  become  important  to  businesses  in  two  ways: identification  of  their  product  and  to  help  them  establish  strategies  for  internationalization.  The  internet  is  a  tool  that  can  offer  a  company  many  rewards,  but  their  are  certain  limitations  also.  The  paper  will  cover  the  definition  of  market research,  internet,  the  rewards,  problems  and  the  implications  of  the  internet  at  present  and  the  future,  as  it  becomes  more  entangled  in  companies....
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The advantages and disadvantages of Tilling as a technique in plant breeding
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...Advantages and Disadvantages of Tilling as a Technique in Plant Breeding By Insert Semester In the modern day world there has been tremendous technological advancement in nearly all aspects of human life. Through the advancement in agricultural technology new methods of plant and animal breeding has occurred in an effort to improve agricultural yield. The methods advocated have so far proved as success since they have better qualities such as environmental adaptability, versatility and resistance to plant diseases as opposed the natural species. One such technology is TILING which is an acronym for Targeted Induced Local Lessons In Genomes (Ostergaard et...
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What are the advantages and disadvantages of asexual and sexual reproduction in animals
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...ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF ASEXUAL AND SEXUAL REPRODUCTION IN ANIMALS al Affiliation) Introduction In order to ensure continuity and surviving of population, species pass their gene on through reproduction. Reproduction is the introducing and creation of a new individual or individuals from existing individuals. Animals reproduce primary in two ways through sexual reproduction or asexual reproduction (Alters, & Alters, 2006). Sexual Reproduction It involves the combination or fusion of gametes, male’s sperms cells and ova (female egg cells), during reproduction. During the mating process, eggs cell and sperm cells form zygote which is a fertilized combination of the cells. Division... ...
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