Agenda Setting
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...Agenda Setting Introduction Agenda setting is the creation of public concern and awareness of salient issues by news media. It is also defined as all the issues that perceived by citizens to be worthy of attention by public authorities. Types of agenda include media agenda. Media agenda are all issues brought into the public light by the media. Media agenda is presented to the public in form of print such as newspaper articles, journals, and magazines. Media agenda is also presented electronically through television, radio and the internet. Mass communication plays a vital role in communicating information that affects the public. It also reminds the public of the past events and occurrences...
Policy Agenda
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...agenda Agenda setting is the progression through which political s and actors tackle political issues and consider making policies to deal with them. Anthony Downs's (1972) suggests that agenda setting is more than the preliminary breakthrough of an issue on the formal agenda. Agenda setting in numerous policy areas, according to Sharp, "might best be viewed in terms of the long-term rise and fall of governmental consideration to issues that already have attained several official standing on the formal agenda." Therefore, issues are not apparently either on or off the agenda at any given time, but in numerous instances, issues are enduringly on the formal agenda... Who or what shapes the policy agenda...
Agenda Setting
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...Agenda setting 1970-1980 The agenda setting function of mass media Maxwell E. McCombs and Donald L. Shaw Just as the title suggests, the article discusses the vita function of the media, which is agenda setting. The media filters the numerous occurrences in the society on a daily basis thereby determine particular issues to give prominence. Such is a vital function that influences the social conversations in the society. The article therefore investigates the development of the media in the decade and the portrayal of the vital function. In investigating the role of the media in setting agenda, the article analyses...
Public Policy Agenda
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...Agenda Agenda setting portfolio Questions/Issues Agenda setting is a relative term that has received different acclamation in assorted fields. In general, Agenda setting is the process of coming up with an appropriate and relevant issue to be addressed by specific objectives. It is a comprehensive process that ensures that issues are appropriately analyzed and follow-up procedures are drawn to ensure facilitation (Knoepfel 202). In the media fraternities, Shaw and McCombs state it as the ability of any news media to influence the view of topics on the public domain. The meaning is only applicable on the public domain of branding that helps different organizations gain... a competitive...
Reclaiming a social agenda
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...Agenda The nature of aesthetic theory and artistic practices is a broad and nearly all encompassing Still, recent shifts in both sociopolitical concerns and broader artistic means of expression have increasingly witnessed artistic practices that seek to enact social change or a ‘activist’ agenda. Within this context of understanding, there exist a variety of different approaches. This essay examines the intent and strategies used in the activist practice and the strengths and weakness of this practice. One of the primary means the intent and strategies of activist practice have been implemented through the self-reflexive consideration of the artistic medium. In this context... Reclaiming a Social...
The Personalisation Agenda
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...Agenda Chapter 2 Historic Overview 2 Origins of personalisation The underlying philosophy of personalisation is grounded on the commitment of social work to its five basic values, namely human dignity and worth; social justice; service to humanity; integrity; and competence. As a policy measure, the personalisation agenda was described as “the process by which services are tailored to the needs and preferences of citizens. The overall vision is that the state should empower citizens to shape their own lives and the services they receive,” as contained in the prime minister’s strategy unit report, “Building on Progress: Public Services (2007)”. In the same year, a concordat... ?The Personalisation Agenda...
UN Agenda 21
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...Agenda The Agenda 21 is a set of principles adopted by the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development on June 1992, held at Rio de Janeiro. Principle 6 of the Declaration states that the special situation and needs of developing countries, particularly the least developed and those most environmentally vulnerable shall be given special priority; and international actions in the field of environment and development should also address the interests and needs of all countries (Agenda 21 Summary, 1992). The sustainable development initiative in the Arab region made significant accomplishments though there are obstacles ranging... ?Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) and Principle 6 of UN Agenda...
Agenda for Change
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...Agenda for Change The Agenda for Change (AfC) is a new system for pay, conditions of service and career development forwarded to replace the GeneralWhitley Council (GWC). It is a comprehensive and dynamic package designed to improve working lives and create the means for members to be recognised for role development and provide for a realistic and comprehensive career structure. Agenda for Change was implemented in the NHS, across the UK on 1 December 2004, with pay terms and conditions backdated to 1 October 2004. The AfC allocates the staff to pay bands 1-8. Under this new policy, staff on pay bands will work a 37.5 hour week...
Global News Agenda
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...Agenda Satellite news as a global news form Al-Jazeera is one of the national interests which are behind the Satellite TV news. It was launched in Qatar back in 1996 with the main aim of bringing in diversity to the Arab who are their assumed audience. Al-Jazeera international was then launched in 2006 with the aim of bringing different news agenda to the west, to focus on the development of world issues and use more indigenous reporters. When they launched the Al-Jazeera international, their assumed audience became the Arabs and the world... …………………………………………………………………………..xxxxxx ……………………………………………………………………….xxxxx …………………………………………………………………………….xxxx ……………………………………………………………………………xxxxx @2013 Global News...
Global News Agenda
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...Agenda Introduction Journalism varies across the globe and different factors are responsible for these differences. This variance has its own share of social impacts to the societies represented. News reports and media houses in UK construct a sense of ‘us’ versus ‘them’ between different nations. The ‘us’ is for the protection of their own securities and the securities of those they hold dear while ‘them’ is for those countries which are distant in culture or space. News usually construct ‘them’ to show a fairer representation of those who are far... …………………………………………………………………………..xxxxxx ……………………………………………………………………….xxxxx …………………………………………………………………………….xxxx ……………………………………………………………………………xxxxx @2013 News...
Democracy and Public Agenda
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...Agenda of The system and delivery of health care are issues for academic research and repeated public discourses. Governments across the globe view health care as an important policy area and make efforts to influence, control, or manage the delivery of health care services. Discussions about who should be granted access to health care, the terms and conditions, and how it should be financed are common in almost all democratic societies (Smith & Moore, 2011). This essay analyzes the democratic concepts and principles embedded in the proposed Medicaid expansion. As stated in the original proposal, Medicaid, which is a U.S. health insurance program for poor individuals and families... Democracy and Public...
Agenda-Setting in Australian Newspapers
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...Agenda-Setting in Australian Newspapers (Recent Federal Election Campaign) What is Agenda-Setting? Social scientists, especially those whose interest lies on media influence on general elections define agenda-setting as “the ability of the mass media to transfer the salience of items on their agendas to the public agenda” (Agenda-Setting Theory, http://www.afirstlook.com/manual5/ed5man28.pdf) Agenda-setting for many social scientists is a form or function of power. By setting the agenda of a particular event, a person exercises power because he/she limits...
Research Agenda in Cloud Computing
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...Agenda in Cloud Computing Introduction The introduction part of the paper or research is going to begin by giving a generally known definition of cloud computing as understood by many. Here, we will also talk about how this paper aims at giving a comprehensive or all-inclusive academic research review carried out in cloud computing and also highlighting the agenda of research that is being pursued by the academia. The introduction will also seek to lay down the path that the research is going to follow; that is the main points or things that the survey is going to touch on. Literature review Literature review section of the paper will examine the present or available data or information...  Research...
Agenda-setting in Australian newspapers
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...Agenda-Setting in Australian Newspapers (Recent Federal Election Campaign) What is Agenda-Setting Social scientists, especially those whose interest lies on media influence on general elections define agenda-setting as "the ability of the mass media to transfer the salience of items on their agendas to the public agenda" (Agenda-Setting Theory, http://www.afirstlook.com/manual5/ed5man28.pdf) Agenda-setting for many social scientists is a form or function of power. By setting the agenda of a particular event, a person exercises power because he/she limits...
President Bush's Crime Control Agenda
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...AGENDA President Bush's Crime Control Agenda In APA Format By University The crime control agenda of President George Bush is often likened to that of President Reagan's as the former served as his vice president for as long as eight years (Marion 1995). Even though Bush cannot be commended for the installation of an extremely strong crime control policy, it becomes notable that during his regime, conservative polices highlight his approach. The crime control agenda of the president revolve on two major issues namely drugs and an omnibus anti-crime bill (Marion 1995). In addition he is also keen in addressing the issues of firearms and violent crimes... Running Head: PRESIDENT BUSH'S CRIME CONTROL...
An Agenda For Social Welfare
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...agenda for social welfare An agenda for social welfare: domestic violence A Policy agenda can be referred to as an issue that policy makers view as important, or a problem that most people in and out of government pay much serious attention to. They need both momentum and visibility to be transformed into action. In this context, a policy agenda has to be developed in order to cater for the welfare of women who suffer from domestic violence, since this issue is the most widespread in Canada, but least prosecuted. Some of the most important issues to be considered are transition housing funding and counseling programs...
IBM's HCI Business Agenda and its competitors
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...Agenda IBM’s HCI Agenda and its Competitors s IBM’s HCI Agenda and its Competitors IBMhas developed its design website to offer different products and services to the customers. The site has been developed with the intention of allowing the customers a visual interaction with the company so that the sales, service cost, productive use customer loyalty and other aspects of their business could be enhanced. With the help of the website the computer basically connects the customers with the company and makes them involved in the process of purchasing and selling. The site provides the information about different products offered by IBM and also links to the design gallery... Running Head: IBM’s HCI Agenda...
Limits of the UN's Human Rights Agenda
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...agenda Introduction One of the major outcomes of Second World War was the formation of United Nations (UN). It was established on 24 August 1945. Until the formation of United Nations, it was difficult to settle international disputes. The requirement of a world organization in settling international disputes was evident agreed by all major powers after the First World War. The League of Nations was formed in 1919 to fill the vacancy of an international body in settling international disputes. However, League of Nations failed to achieve its objectives, which is evident from the occurrence of a Second World War. The formation of United Nations helped a lot... on many such occasions. “The...
Who or what shapes the policy agenda?
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...agenda? Agenda setting is the progression through which political s and actors tackle political issues and consider making policies to deal with them. Anthony Downss (1972) suggests that agenda setting is more than the preliminary breakthrough of an issue on the formal agenda. Agenda setting in numerous policy areas, according to Sharp, "might best be viewed in terms of the long-term rise and fall of governmental consideration to issues that already have attained several official standing on the formal agenda." Therefore, issues are not apparently either on or off the agenda at any given time, but in numerous instances, issues are enduringly on the formal agenda... Who or what shapes the policy agenda?...
Climate Change and the Global Agenda
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...Agenda Climate change is one of the most intrinsic challenges facing the international system in the modern dispensation. NGOs and IGOs have a responsibility of setting an agenda that can ensure that climate change is dealt with as appropriate. $50 billion is an amount that the organizations can use to put forward the case for climate change and ensure that the best set of solutions is developed to deal with the inherent challenge. One of the areas where $50 billion can be used is committing a substantial amount of money for the reduction of gas emissions. This move would significantly reduce the amount of carbon that is released to the atmosphere effectively stopping... Climate Change and the Global...
Russia: Economic Challenges and Changing Agenda
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...Agenda. Russia, also known as the Russian federation, is one of the richestcountries in the globe. This is due to the vegetation cover, oil reserves and other minerals. Russia is ranked ninth in terms of economic growth to its citizens and sixth, in terms of purchasing power. It has some of the world’s deadliest destruction devices, including nuclear power weapons, which can clear or wipe half on the world’s vegetation, and every living being. Russia has also participated in exploration of the moon and other planets setting up satellite and other data centers that can be used to track people and devices. Through these scientific discoveries and explorations... Russia: Economic Challenges and Changing...
A Prescriptive Agenda for School Restructuring
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...Agenda for School Restructuring Studies reveal that there is a relationship between the social or normative and technical dimensions of school restructuring suggesting that as schools shift towards more communal norms, they are also more likely to implement technical changes and revise their curricular and instructional practices (Mussoline and Shouse, 2001, 44). Consequently, this conceptualization leads policymakers to prescribe restructuring agendas to improve the effectiveness and achievement of schools. Although there is little contention that school restructuring can bring about desirable results, there is a breadth of literature indicating that the impact of prescriptive... A Prescriptive Agenda...
An agenda for social welfare: domestic violence
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...agenda for social welfare An agenda for social welfare: domestic violence A Policy agenda can be referred to as an issue that policy makers view as important, or a problem that most people in and out of government pay much serious attention to. They need both momentum and visibility to be transformed into action. In this context, a policy agenda has to be developed in order to cater for the welfare of women who suffer from domestic violence, since this issue is the most widespread in Canada, but least prosecuted. Some of the most important issues to be considered are transition housing funding and counseling programs...
Agenda-setting and the Presidential Election
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...Agenda-setting and the presidential election a) What issue(s) was highlighted by the media (or the candi s themselves) that may have had an effect on voters that year? The 2008 US (United States) Presidential Election was closely contested with Barack Obama and John McCain emerging as the major candidates towards the end. A number of issues occupied the center stage of their election campaign and were covered extensively by the media. One of the top issues that formed the core of the media and public’s attention was the long and costly war in Iraq and Afghanistan that had drained the nation of considerable public wealth and public sympathy besides costing the lives of...
Nuclear agenda and American Popular Culture
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...agenda mainly shaped the popular culture in America after the World War II which gave an era of peace which gave room for the development of what is called the 'popular culture' in America. During the 1950's and 1960's particularly, the popular culture petitioned to the young generations in the response of becoming targeted by the new kind of living as teenagers come out the defined social group. Boyer, P. (1985) said the popular culture enclosed most areas of recreational life though there were many alterations in music interests and tastes, with large groups like the Beach boys and Beatles dominating the industry. The main advances of technology allowed for film advents... No: Lecturer: The nuclear...
EFFECTS OF NEW MEDIA ON AGENDA SETING & FRAMING
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...Agenda Setting and Framing Full Introduction: New media is a vital instrument in the daily life of the modern man these days regardless of nationality, education and cultural background. This has brought information around the world which made the earth like a small city and the people like brothers and sisters making things work right for each other, feeling the pain experienced by others and rejoicing with the achievements of others. Access to news reports not only through news papers and television are widely and easily available these days especially with the help of mobile phones and the internet so that in effect, the results of which become global in nature... . For instance, the recent...
The nurses role in supporting the organizations strategic Agenda
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...Agenda Nurses have great roles in their various s that they are posted as they havea more direct contact with patients and the community at large. This paper highlights the major roles that nurses play in the various institution where they are suited and in the community. It also states and gives clear impressions on the development of health and how to promote the nursing practices and the major nursing impacts. Summary of the interview The manager’s view regarding the role of the nurse in direct care and supporting the organization is mainly based on planning and the ability to deliver. In support of the organization, the manager stated... Nurses Role in Supporting the Organization’s Strategic Agenda...
Why is the UN's human rights agenda so limited?
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...Agenda Introduction The United Nations, from the very beginning, has been largely obliged to and focused on the promotion and protection of basic human rights. The makers of the UN Charter added an oath by member states “to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person, in the equal rights of men and women” (Alfreosson & Eide 1999, p. 66). The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other UN proclamations and treaties make up the heart of international human rights principles. Unfortunately, implementation of the Universal Declaration has been in numerous instances the peak of UN attempts at promoting human rights... The Limitedness of the UN Human Rights...
EFFECTS OF NEW MEDIA ON AGENDA SETING & FRAMING
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...Agenda Setting and Framing Full Introduction: New media is a vital instrument in the daily life of themodern man these days regardless of nationality, education and cultural background. This has brought information around the world which made the earth like a small city and the people like brothers and sisters making things work right for each other, feeling the pain experienced by others and rejoicing with the achievements of others. Access to news reports not only through news papers and television are widely and easily available these days especially with the help of mobile phones and the internet so that in effect, the results of which become global in nature... . For instance, the recent...
Why is the UN's human rights agenda so limited?
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...AGENDA SO LIMITED? By of the of the of the School 31 July Introduction The UN human rights agenda has been criticized by numerous civil societies around the world based on its formulation and implementation. As the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) come closer to their expiry in 2015, there is quite a heated debate on how the next post 2015 development agenda should be prepared to avoid the flaws of the MDGs. This document is an argument on how the UN Human Rights Agenda was narrowly prepared, limited in focus, and with very little progress in terms of implementation, which makes it limited. Though hailed for fostering progressive developmental cooperation, some people... WHY IS THE UN’s HUMAN RIGHTS...
Employee resourcing, talent management, HRD and the skills agenda
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...agenda 8-2 The news story Cloud computing and social media are becoming the new trend of internet information sharing both in personal lives and business integration. CMSwire.com, a popular business web magazine on customer experience management, digital marketing, social business and enterprise information management that mainly targets technology buyers, vendors and enterprise collaboration readership, published a detailed news story on February 4, 2013 signifying cloud computing and social media influence on talent management. Entitled “Report: Talent Management in Age of Cloud and Social Media”, the report gives statistics of employees... Employee resourcing, talent management, HRD and the skills...
The nurses role in supporting the organizations strategic Agenda
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...Agenda Nurses have great roles in their various s that they are posted as they have a more direct contact with patients and the community at large. This paper highlights the major roles that nurses play in the various institution where they are suited and in the community. It also states and gives clear impressions on the development of health and how to promote the nursing practices and the major nursing impacts. Summary of the interview The manager’s view regarding the role of the nurse in direct care and supporting the organization is mainly based on planning and the ability to deliver. In support of the organization, the manager stated... ?Nurses Role in Supporting the Organization’s Strategic Agenda ...
The Legal Implications of the Coalition Government's Localism Agenda
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...agenda for local ity planners and private sector developers Introduction to the localism agenda “Localism” as a way of life means that the value of local initiatives and small scale activities, spearheaded by proponents in the immediate community, are emphasised in lieu of the conventional trend to rely more on large-scale activities planned on a national or global scale. Ideologically, it is founded on the idea of giving concrete and sustained effect to local democracy, relegating greater discretionary power to the people rather than concentrating the decision-making in the central government. The localism agenda... ?Critically discuss the legal implications of the Coalition Government’s localism agenda ...
For the film "JFK", what is Oliver Stone's agenda?
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...agenda in the film "JFK" Oliver Stone’s film, JFK (1991) is a political thriller that looks into the events that inspired the infamous assassination of President John F. Kennedy. In this movie, Oliver places a controversial allegation of a planned cover-up of the events investigated by Jim Garrison, the former New Orleans attorney (Riordan 363). This film is an adaptation from Jim Garrison’s books On the Trial of the Assassins and Crossfire. Upon its release, the film stirred a controversy with major American press accusing the director of appropriating historical records especially its implication that President Lyndon B. Johnson was a member of the ring that planned Kennedy’s... Oliver Stone's agenda...
AsianAmerican Study-how intersectional identities must shape an "Asian American agenda" for SOCIAL CHANGE and what that agenda should look like in the 21st century.
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...agenda of the Asian American population is to eliminate segregation, discrimination, and oppression long their racial orientation. Therefore, intersectionality drives the agenda... Intersectionality as an Asian American The concept of intersectionality is the ical oppression of people with regard to their gender, race, religion, social class, and sexual orientation. In the context of the Asian American, interesectionality involves the study of the Asian Americans beyond their race, and into deeper perspectives as their gender and religious belief. To champion for social change, intersectionality urges all the Asian American people to report their oppression cases to authorities. Besides, the main agenda ...
Assess the value of Kingdon's multiple streams approach for analysing agenda-setting
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...Agenda-Setting Table of Contents Introduction 3 Discussion of multiple streams approach for analysing agenda-setting 4 Assessment of the value of Kingdon in the context of multiple streams approach for analyzing agenda-setting 9 References 19 Bibliography 22 Introduction Agenda setting is the method under which the problem is brought into the focus of governing authority to implement a required solution for mitigating the same. The paper focuses on multiple stream approach that examines that how agenda is set for public policy. The multiple stream frameworks examine the importance of agenda setting. Multiple streams are used... Assess The Value Of Kingdon &Apos;S Multiple Streams Approach For Analysing...
Agenda - Disparities and access to healthy food in the United States
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...agendas as it is in regards to the survival of human beings. Humans need food in order to live, be healthy enough to work as well as to reproduce. Without the necessary balanced diet food for every individual in the nation, the productivity will reduce and mortality will increase as has been established above. A nation cannot be built... Disparities and access to healthy food in the United s Affiliation: The rates of obesity in the country have been on the increase because of unhealthy food. Cardiovascular diseases as well as diabetes which are brought about because of unhealthy eating have also been on the increase killing a lot of people each year. This has raised alarms among not only the...
Assess the WTO's capability to meet the challenges of the multilateral agenda
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...Agenda Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Discussion 3 Conclusion 6 6 References 7 Introduction World Trade Organisation (WTO) is an international welfare organisation entrusted with the responsibility of improving trade operations. In this regard, WTO has formulated and implemented different trade policies based in which trade barriers are reduced. Additionally, WTO ensures that discriminations in trade operations are minimised. Besides, the prime objective of WTO is to enhance global trade operations (World Economic Forum, 2010). Presently, the trade policies of WTO are seemed to be ineffective owing... policies which include changing trade patterns, impact of social as...
Book report on The New Supply Chain Agenda: The 5 Steps That Drive Real Value
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...Agenda: The 5 Steps That Drive Real Value” Introduction Reuben Slone, Paul Dittmann and John Mentzer wrote a book titled “The New Supply Chain Agenda: The 5 Steps That Drive Real Value” in 2010. The book attempts to highlight the complexities of supply chain using five pillars. The five pillars are the selection of appropriate talent, selection of useful technology, internal collaboration, external collaboration and the management of change. The aim of the authors in writing the book was to enable the management of organizations realize that supply chain management is a crucial driver of shareholder value (Slone, Dittmann and Mentzer, 2010). According... of its practical orientation. The book...
IS IT JUSTIFIED TO ASSERT THAT HEALTH IS AT THE TOP OF UN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENDA?
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...AGENDA? Introduction In 2000,one hundred and eighty nine United Nations member countries made a commitment to free people from extreme poverty and multiple deprivations as explained by Allen and Thomas (2000, p.10). These promises came to be known as the eight Millennium Development Goals which are to be achieved by the year 2015. Goal one in the Declaration is a commitment to eradicate poverty and hunger by 2015. The second goal is to achieve universal primary education and the third goal was to promote gender equality and empower women by the end of the stated period. Moreover, the countries committed themselves... ?IS IT JUSTIFIED TO ASSERT THAT HEALTH IS AT THE TOP OF UN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT...
In what respects has the process of globalization changed the international political agenda?
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...Agenda Globalizations, and its many facets, have long been under debate and some of the most renowned researchers in the world have presented their varied opinion on the effect that this phenomena has had on the working of the political systems around the world. According to Skolnikoff (2001), “Advances in science and technology and their application have led to an unprecedented degree of interaction and mutual dependence among nations in their economies, social structures and security relationships”. According to the author, this has served to move nations closer and has created a level of interdependence between these nations, where... The Impact of Globalization on the international Political Agenda ...
Book report on The New Supply Chain Agenda: The 5 Steps That Drive Real Value
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...Agenda: The 5 Steps That Drive Real Value Book report on The New Supply Chain Agenda: The 5 Steps That Drive Real Value Reuben Slone, Paul Dittmann and John T. Mentzer wrote this book in April 2010. The book explores five important steps that are useful in driving real value in supply chain. It is an essential book in supply chain management. In this book, Slone, Dittmann and Mentzer effectively used their skills and experiences to discuss multipart issues in the supply chain management. They discussed these issues in the essence of five pillars of supply chain management: selection of appropriate technology, external collaboration, and internal collaboration... Book report on The New Supply Chain...
Adjustment of international adoptees: Implications for practice and a future research agenda
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...agenda. Children and Youth Services Review, 28(4), April 2006, pp.384-395 Yoon, D. P. Intercountry adoption: The importance of ethnic socialization and subjective well-being for Korean-born adopted children. Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in Social Work, 2004, 13(2), 71–89 Mohanty & Newhill... What the are trying to learn The is trying to learn the effects international adoption has on adolescents. He is also looking to determine why some of the adoptees adjust better compared to others. Compared to adolescents from their biological homes most of these adolescents have low self esteem. International adoption involves getting these adolescents out of their birth country to a new one they...
An Evaluation of the Personalisation Agenda and the effect on Adults with Learning Disabilities
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...Agenda and the Effect on Adults with Learning Disabilities: Personalisation, Empowerment or and end to Social Work Practice? Literature Review Personalisation is a concept that is transforming how social work is done in the UK. It is a new way of looking at people who need special services and social care. Personalisation is about putting the needs of the person ahead of the service needs. The purpose of personalisation is to take into consideration the skills that an individual brings into the need for service as well as putting the individual in the centre of identifying their needs for service. This is a different way of looking at social work practice... ? An Evaluation of the Personalisation Agenda...
"The marketing of foods and non-alcoholic beverages to children. Setting the research agenda"
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...agenda IntroductionThe paper by Halford and Boyland (2013), brings to the fore a very important aspect in the context of a world-wide concern on childhood health. This issue of the paper reviews the current evidence and gathers a number of new and interesting research developments on this topic made by outstanding researchers and policy proponents in the field. As noted in the paper, more useful work has to be done to guarantee that effective and efficient regulatory regimes can be put in place and implemented to minimize the impact of foods promotion of HFSS (high in fact, sugar and/or salt) on the health of a child... The marketing of foods and non-alcoholic beverages to children: Setting the research...
To what Extent has the 'War on Terror' Undermined the Human Rights Agenda in World Politics?
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...agenda in world politics? October2011 The so called ‘War on Terror’ was largely a legacy of the tenure of US President George Bush (2001-2009). His deliberate use of the word ‘crusade’ (IPO, 2008: 24) made it clear that this was actually a war against the Muslim world under the pretext of being a war on terror. This crusade was made to appear as if was begun following the demolition of the World Trade Centre on 11 September 2001, which was widely portrayed as an attack by the CIA created network named Al-Qaeda. However, the ‘revenge’ was directed against Muslims in general because... ?History and Political Science essay To what extent, if at all, has the ‘War on Terror’ undermined the human rights agenda ...
African-American Policy Agenda
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...Segregated Higher Education’ Introduction The importance of education in the development of society is immense. A society is made up of different individuals. These individuals have their unique needs personalities and demands. The humans are dominating in nature and try to go to any means to attain their primary needs. The role of society in the development of human civilization is of the utmost important. This process of evolution is formulated by transfer of knowledge. The learning of one generation is transferred to the next. This process of information transfer ensures that the evolutionary process of learning continues. This is because not only this gives a chance for further learning... Higher...
The role of news media, if any, on dictating/setting the political agenda in the caribbean
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...Agenda in the Caribbean Introduction and Identification of the Project TopicThis research proposal is about the role of news media as a form of mass media in influencing or setting the political agenda in the Caribbean especially during elections. The study will try to investigate the following points: the process by which the news media (print, broadcast and electronic media) influences or sets the public’s political agenda in the region and its corresponding effect, if any, to the voters’ choice of candidates. The Caribbean is a good choice of subject due to the region’s high reliance on mass media as a form of communication... ?The Role of News Media in Influencing or Setting the Political Election...
Why is the Equality and Diversity agenda important in the workplace?
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...Agenda in the Workplace Importance of Equality in the Workplace Equality and diversity plays an important part in ensuring that workers are comfortable and appreciate their differences such as exist in the form of disabilities, race, sex, colour, gender, national origin and religion. Equality in the workplace is important in that, it ensures all employees are treated fairly and respected (Collins 1995). The application of equality ensures that selection of recruits for employment, training and promotion are based on hardworking and the abilities of the employees. Equality at the workplace helps in maintaining a balance in the way people are treated and distributes... Importance of Equality and Diversity...
How far Has the Modern Conservative Party Departed from the Thatcherite Agenda?
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...agenda? I. Executive summary This essay argues that Modern Conservative Party, particularly its new Prime Minister, David Cameron has not totally departed from its predecessor, Margaret Thatcher. Though Cameron explained that his “Big Society” to be totally different from Thatcher’s “there is no such thing as society” as it acknowledges the societal ties that makes society interdependent, this paper is in the opinion that such political pronouncement was just to parry the criticism associated with Thatcher’s “New Right”. The departure of Cameron’s “Big Society” from Thatcher’s “New Right... There is such a thing as society. How far has the Modern Conservative Party departed from the Thatcherite agenda?...
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