Biological agents
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...agent-that is its capability to infect and cause disease in a susceptible human or animal host, the severity of the disease and the availability of preventive measure and effective treatment of the disease. Two, genetically modified agent hazards-this is the possibility that the genetic modification could increase an agent’s pathogenicity or affect its susceptibility to antibiotics or any other effective treatments. Three, hazardous characteristics of laboratory procedures, this is important... (College) The US center of disease control considers the following in ification of biological agentsand toxics according to Efstathiou S, Preston CM (2005), one, hazardous characteristic of the biological...
Travel agents
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...agents. First Choice is a multiple travel agent, dealing with bookings for multiple companies and airlines. It's a very large setup with 300 shops in 17 countries. Whereas Althams was a smaller one as compared to first choice, and PR World was even smaller than that. PR World was a very small setup with independent group... and bookings of various airlines and companies whereas PR World also deals with holiday package. In this way they are offering an additional service to its customers, giving them a higher value. Secondly, their service level and quality is better than the other two. This way, they can retain their customers. The First Choice offices have a high street presence which...
Change Agents
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...agents are people that have the vision and foresight to realize when a company has to change in order to ensure its longevity and future success. The members of the executive management team are supposed to be change agents, but a change agent can come from anywhere within the organization. Sometimes the best ideas are provided by the blue collar workers of the company. Two important traits that change agent possess are leadership and communication skills (Smet, Lavoie, Hioe, 2012). Change agents can help management overcome resistance to change by intervening in behave of the workers. The change agent is unbiased and he looks for solutions to resolve the issue taking into considerations... Change agents ...
Physical Agents
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...Agents: Low-level Laser vs. ultrasound therapy in wound management. Due Low-level laser therapy versus ultrasound therapy Introduction Electrotherapies are useful in the treatment of conditions of injuries and pain. It involves the use of electric current to cause therapeutic effects on tissues in the body. Low Level Laser Therapy, commonly referred to as LLLT, is a type of phototherapy that uses monochromatic, thermal, polarized and coherent non-ionizing radiations on lesions and injuries to stimulate healing and relief chronic pain. Low-level laser therapy effects can be described as photobiomodulation. This refers to the effects of increased quality, speed and tensile strength of tissue... Physical...
Agents & Principals
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...Agents & Principals In a business environment, two people have a great relationship in terms of undertaking day today activities. These are an agent and a principal who often find themselves in situations that join them together, something that requires a proper establishment of a strong tie and a linkage. As Miller and Jentz (2007) have noted, there is a creation of principal-agent relationship after which there follows distinct duties that both parties have to perform. It is worth noting that the duties are in accordance with their code of conduct that governs them. Moreover, agents have a corresponding right to the...
Specific agents of socialization
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...Agents of Socialisation Agents of Socialisation Introduction Socialisation as a process enables people to learn and understand their social sphere and thus become capable of functioning properly in their social networks. Socialisation determines how an individual behaves or thinks in the future. One might ask some intriguing question such as how does one adopt values, norms as well as the beliefs of his or her community? How does socialisation happen? During a person’s lifetime, the process of socialisation occurs through his or her contact with various agents of socialisation. Socialisation remains a crucial process throughout the...
Agents of socialization
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...Agents of Socialization: Key agents of socialization in the development of my political awareness. Because of my family background I am quite aware of differences in the way that people become socialized into society. I spent the first half of my life in Iran, and the second part of my life in the United States. This means that I have a double perspective on what it means to become part of society. My family is very important to me, and I can say with certainty that they have provided me with the main values that I live by. They also have taught me to respect different cultures and to live alongside many people who do not share the values of my own family....
Bronchoprovocation Agents Study Review
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...Agents Study Review Research Project Draft One Science Communication and Research Writing Style APA Format Mirroring the Respiratory Research Journal GCU Bio-317V Vicki Arnett April 01, 2012 Abstract Mirroring the same style of the Respiratory Research Journal, writins in this paper consists of an analysis of three different experiments to prove the use of Mannitol as a safe, effective, and more accurate medication in the use of respiratory testing versus the current use of Methacholine. In the writing of this paper the subject was to mimic the style of the scientific article as closely as possible. A short list of changes made to the APA style of writing includes the title... ? Bronchoprovocation...
Pharmaceutical Agents Paper
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...Agents Pharmaceutical Agents HPC and PVP Hydroxyl Propyl Cellulose, also known as HPC, is an excipient in pharmaceuticals mostly used in Japan, it is in use typically in powder form, which can be regular powder, lightweight and super thin powders. HPC is in use during coating, where a coat forms to stimulate intake of pharmaceuticals it is in use mostly. Its low viscosity thus easy for binding thus gets most recommendations from physicians all over the world, especially Japan. They are film formers, due to low viscosity and ability to form coats. They also help in sustainable release by acting as polymers in rate-control. This helps in assimilation of pharmaceuticals’ by patients... ? Pharmaceutical...
Agents of Socialization
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...Agents of Socialization John Landis “Trading places” is a comedy film presented in a satirical manner. The film was written by Herschel Weingrod and Harris Timothy and produced by Russo Aaron. The thematic content of the movie is centrally based on the existing disparity between the unfortunate poor in the society and rich members within the same society. Analysts and sociologists consider it a film of nature versus nurture. The paper will lucidly look into details the two of the known socialization agents in relation to one of the character in the movie. Billy Ray Valentine, popularly known as Eddie Murphy in the movie, is one of the most influential and...
Entrapment by Government Agents
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...agents did not have any intent or disposition to commit the crime charged and was induced... Entrapment by Government Agencies Entrapment by Government Agencies Do you think that in this case, "the Government overstepped the line between setting a trap for the unwary innocent and the unwary criminal? Why or why not? Yes, one thinks that “the Government has overstepped the line between setting a trap for the ‘unwary innocent’ and the ‘unwary criminal”. As can be seen in the case the government for two and a half years has been setting up the trap for Jacobson. Jacobson may not even have pursued the idea of joining those fake organizations if they have not sounded so encouraging in their letters. In the...
Hiring FBI Agents
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...Agents Hiring FBI Agents The special agent position at the FBI is certainly a critical one in terms of protecting America’s domestic interests. As such, there is a need to ensure that the individuals selected for this unique role are both qualified and will maintain the integrity of America’s national security interests. It is no easy task to find such individuals, so the FBI has developed a multiple hurdles approach to doing so. One inherent advantage of employing this methodology is that the FBI is able to establish a benchmark by which all special agents meet in terms of their qualifications and aptitudes (Ramsland, 2011). This has been refined over the years that only the best... Hiring FBI...
Antimicrobial Agents in Microbiology
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...Agents in Microbiology Antimicrobial Agents in Microbiology Answer The techniques employed to control microbial entities on the outer side of a body are planned to consequence in four potential outcomes i.e. disinfection, sterilization, decontamination, or antisepsis. Sterilization involves destruction or removal of all forms of microorganisms, admitting viruses. This method usually is reserved for non-living objects, as sterilizing involves harsh procedures that can’t be applied to living bodies. Sterilized products involve syringes, surgical instruments, and commercially packed up foods are crucial to the well being of humans. Usually sterilization is attained through physical agents... Antimicrobial...
Leaders as agents of Socialization
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...Agents of Socialization Introduction The immediate environment that children find themselves in are important determinants of their cognitive processes. For instance, Austin (2006) emphasized the implications that growing up in a poor neighborhood has on a child, including inability to get adequate exposure to skill development tools and poor social networking skills. Needless to say, the environment continues to shape the cognitive ability and perceptions of a growing child even as they develop to more advanced ages. The net impact of these changing, acquired perceptions is felt when the child is exposed to an academically competitive environment. That is, the gradual shift... . In the...
Chemical, Biological and Nuclear Agents and Incidents.
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...Agents and Incidents Exposure to chemical, biological and nuclear materials is possible in multiple ways like inhalation, drinking contaminated water or physical contact with contaminated surfaces. Dispersion may be carried out through simple methods like putting a container in some busy area, using ordinary spray devices or through advanced methods like detonating an explosive device (Irvine). In case of chemical incidents, there is an immediate onset of symptoms, while in case of exposure to biological or nuclear agents, there is a delayed occurrence of signs of toxicity since incubation takes a number of days. This results in a greater affected area caused... Grade Chemical, Biological and Nuclear...
Rapid Sequence Induction Neuromuscular Blocking Agents
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...Agents of the Health sciences and medicine of the July 3, Discussion (both): A. Discuss the aims, indications for, and complications of Rapid Sequence Induction (RSI). Select appropriate drugs and dosage and include required treatment post B. Describe the action of depolarizing and non – depolarizing agents. Introduction Airway management is a core lifesaving skill for any health care worker, especially for those working in emergency situations. In emergency and certain special preoperative cases for general anaesthesia, rapid sequence induction (RSI) is performed for endotracheal intubation as a ‘standard of care’. Emergency care staff should be well... ? Rapid Sequence Induction Neuromuscular Blocking...
Hazardouse agents in the work place
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...Agents at the Workplace - Occupational Hazards Plan By Devangini Mahapatra Chauhan CONTENTS Introduction Page 2 2. BHARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED - India Page 7 3. Occupational Health and Safety Policy Page 10 4. Human Rights Page 10 5. Labour Standards Page 11 6. Environmental Policy Page 13 7. Recommendations Page 14 8. Conclusion Page 17 9. References Cited Page 21 Introduction No matter which way you turn, the proliferation of hazardous agents through concentration of environmental degradation seems poised to impact on our lives to some degree over the coming... Dealing with Hazardous...
Chemical, Biological, Radiological Agents/Homeland Security
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...agents have the potential to be used as bio-weapons by adversaries and hostile terrorist groups. Potential risk factors are necessary to be evaluated and precautionary measures need to be in place before any possible bio-terrorist strike. Smallpox is one among innumerable other biological agents that can easily achieve pandemic proportions even if they primarily affect a very small local population. Immunity against smallpox is diminishing and the global population is highly susceptible to the virus. There is a high probability of smallpox being used as a bio-weapon... The Smallpox Threat – Potential Risks & Countermeasures Schools Number and of (e.g., October 12, 2011) Abstract Most biological agents ha...
Computer Supplies for Estate Agents Firm
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...Agents Firm It is inevitable that the innovation brought by technology plays a vital role in any business arena; bringing it to automation and computerisation. Applying or using these technologies can bring smooth business production from handling business transaction to delivering products or services. The basic tool used commonly today is the office technology, which may include desktop computers, laptops, printers, fax machines, digital cameras, etc. With the aid of these devices, an organisation can be considered automated. As tasked to supply appropriate computer supplies and other tools that will suite your business need, the firm of estate agents... . But prior of showing your firm the...
Chemical, Biological and Nuclear Agents and Incidents.
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...AGENTS AND INCIDENTS (Research Paper) ID Number: Hazardous Materials Management 2 Professor’s Name: Name of School (University) Estimated Word Count: 914 Date of Submission: June 28, 2012 Introduction Modern society is exposed to various dangers because of all the materials that it had invented and been using for a variety of uses. An example of this are all the chemicals we have been using for the home (soaps, shampoos, cleaning agents, all kinds of washing liquids, etc.), for agriculture (fertilizers, insecticides, fungicides and herbicides) and for industrial production such that incidence rates for all types of cancer have gone up because of all the carcinogens... CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL AND NUCLEAR...
Teachers as Agents of Social Change
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...Agents of Social Change: Apple's Tribute to Education Submitted by: Submitted] "Schools convey meaning and conditions that shape our lives and take control over us. The dominant social and economic system pervades in all critical aspects of the curriculum. Just as there is 'unequal distribution of economic capital in society, so, too, is there a similar system of distribution surrounding cultural capital." Michael Apple Culture is a learned aspect of the society. It is a social asset and all members of society share its elements. These cultural elements are preserved and disseminated through education from one individual to another and also from one generation to another... several social...
Employee motivation among call centre agents
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...agents and to be more specific, it will centre on motivation among call centre agents of Mobily. The following are the objectives the research. First, to understand what is motivation. Second, to determine the different ways with which motivate employees. Third, to identify the different factors affecting motivation. Finally, fourth, to determine the motivation factors that influence employees’ job satisfaction. In light of these aims, the research questions... Employee motivation is a key element that affects employee satisfaction. As such, the importance of understanding motivation in the currentglobal context is essential. In this regard, the research deals with employee motivation among call centre...
Oral hypoglycemic agents in the management of Diabetes Mellitus
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...agents in the management of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus i.Risks The most common risk of oral therapy is the gastrointestinal upset that arises from the metformin therapy. Besides, it causes the patient to experience nausea, diarrhea, frequent vomiting and anorexia (Battise, 2014). More to the point, oral hypoglycemic agents have potential of subjecting the patient to weight loss. Moreover, it increases the amounts of lactic acid in the body, upon hitting the high concentrations in the blood stream. ii. Benefits Oral hypoglycemic agents reduce the hepatic glucose that is absorbed in the blood stream. Therefore, these agents are more... Diabetes Mellitus Type II al Affiliation) Oral hypoglycemic agents...
Experiencing Depersonalised bullying: a study of Indian call-centre agents
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...agents BY YOU YOUR SCHOOL INFO HERE HERE Experiencing Depersonalised bullying: a study of Indian call-centre agents TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 Introduction..................................................................................................... 2.0 Depersonalised bullying: A case study of Indian call-centre agents.......... 3.0 Analysis of case study..................................................................................... 4.0 Conclusion....................................................................................................... References Experiencing Depersonalised bullying: a study of Indian call... ? Experiencing Depersonalised bullying: a study of Indian call-centre...
Non-human Animals Can Be Agents of Morality
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...Agents of Morality Insert Insert Grade Insert 20 July It has been verified through a string of experiments and studies that non human animals can be moral agents (De Waal, 2008, 282-83). Psychologists have taken great focus on the subject by evaluating the essence of morality and investigating whether animals have the capacity to practice morality demeanor and elucidates moral qualities like, cooperation, reciprocity along with fairness and that can be observed in social animals. From de Waal’s account, it is evident that animals especially chimpanzees can actually be moral agents. The basic concept in understanding the ability of animals... ?Running head: Critical Essay Non-human Animals Can Be Agents...
HRA335; Mod. 8 - Case Study- Hiring FBI Agents
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...Agents Q What are the Advantages and Disadvantages to the FBI Using Multiple Hurdles
Approach to Select Special Agents? Themethod of multiple hurdles approach in recruitment and selection generally refers to a process in which applicant(s) for a particular post should successfully pass each assessment hurdle in order to continue in the process. According to this particular selection process, the approach involves a number of multiple hurdle assessments that are scored as pass or fail and accordingly, the applicants that pass the assessments are considered to proceed to the following hurdle assessments. The failure to consecutively pass any specific hurdle leads the applicants... Case Study- Hiring FBI...
MAZMAT responses to Chemical, Biological and Nuclear Agents and Incidents.
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...Agents and Incidents Introduction In the current age of biological warfare and terrorism, thereare various chemical, biological, and nuclear agents and incidents that the world has had to deal with. These incidents range from mild to severe physical as well as environmentally damaging incidents. This paper shall assess HAZMAT responses to chemical, biological, and nuclear agents and incidents. Specifically, it shall discuss the role of specific air monitoring and detection devices in terrorist- related hazardous materials. It shall also discuss the interagency disaster management in terms of preparedness and response to terrorist incidents... HAZMAT responses to Chemical, Biological and Nuclear...
Norcantharidin and analogues: synthesis and biological use as potential anticancer agents.
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...Agents Norcantharidin and analogues: Anticancer Agents Cancer is aleading killer in the world, since it has no cure. Many of the therapies used in the past only serve as short term cures. They, however, have many side effects on the patients. The chemotherapy is the most common control of cancer and side effects are quite severe. Patients complain of nausea after undergoing the process. Most of these anti-cancer agents are also not as effective as they should be, if the battle against cancer is to be successful. This has led researchers to create anti-cancer agents that take the structure of cancer, which will manage to structurally match the cancer agents... ? Norcantharidin and analogues: Anticancer...
Love how auditing can ensure a good relationship between principle and agents.
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...Agents Auditing Frame Work Auditing divided in many branches but the area of audit covered the business and accounting is defined as financial accounting. Autonomous bodies ask auditors to examine their financial transactions and statements. Its main purpose is to precisely account a company’s financial transaction. This process is performed to make sure that the entities are being traded justly and in accordance with the Accounting Standards so as their issued financial statements will not be deceptive for users.  Auditors play a role in serving public interests to ensure accountability and reinforce the trust and confidence in the reporting of financial issues... Relationship between Principle and...
Apply the legal parameters and ethical nursing implications of therapy with selected pharmacotherapeutic agents.
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...agents. As discussed earlier in the class, drugs have been part of the human experience from the beginning. The paper also identifies the reason why ethical therapy is important in nursing and describes steps in ethical decision making model. The identification of the ethical principles involved in making an ethical decision and again the steps in an ethical decision making model are also discussed in the paper. The drug has no currently accepted medical use in treatment in the United States. Up to this point, there should be drug laws... ?Pharmacology Pharmacology Introduction The paper analyzes applied legal parameters and ethical nursing implications of therapy with the selected pharmacotherapeutic...
The role that agents of socialization play in shaping an individuals political culture.
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...Agents of Socialization Play in Shaping an Individual’s Political Culture ABC 12/8 Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Conclusion 4 References: 5 Introduction The political culture that an individual shares is influenced by many factors. In fact, family, media, education system and religion plays a pivotal role in shaping the beliefs and values an individual forms on political culture. One of the important agents of political socialization is the family. Certain characteristics of the parents can be observed in their offspring. Children may have actually received and qualified the political heritage from their own parents (Beck & Jennings 1972). Media has emerged... The Role That...
Tyrosine kinase inhibitors as targeted agents for the treatment of cancer
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...agents for the treatment of cancer Supervisor: Dr. Contents Page No. Acknowledgements 3 4 Introduction 5 Background 6 A Genetics in cancer 6 B Oncogenic dependence 7 C Long term dormancy 7 D Aims and objectives 8 E Biology 8 i Tyrosine kinases 8 ii VEGFR and Angiogenesis in Tumorigenesis 10 iii EGFR 11 iv FGFR 13 v Human Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor 2 (HER2) 13 vi SrC 15 vii EMT 16 viii The significance of various pathways 16 F Targets for therapy of malignancies 20 i Significance of EMT in therapy 20 ii Angiogenesis 20 iii Targets 22 iv EGFR mutation 23 G. Drugs for targeted therapy 23 i Receptor kinase inhibitors 25 ii Cellular tyrosine kinase inhibitors... ? Tyrosine kinase inhibitors as targeted...
The Effects of Intraregional and Interregional Migration as Agents of Population Growth
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...agents of population growth. GEOG 1027: Assignment # 3 Winter 2013 Sault Ste. Marie is one of the oldest cities in United States where the river below the rapids serves as the main source of food for the natives as well as the tribes who migrated in the area during the peak fishing season (Sault Ste. Marie Convention & Visitors... ? s) GEOG 1027: Assignment # 3 Winter March 25, The essay aims to address a two-fold objective to wit: (1) to identify the pull factors that are likely to help the city of Sault Ste. Marie attract people from other parts of Ontario and Canada to help boost its population base in the next 10 years; and (2) to analyze the effects of intraregional and interregional migration as...
Evaluate the potential effects of the Recession on Property Management Companies and Estate Agents
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...Agents Recession implies a general slowdown in terms of the economic activities. It continues for a long span of time. While in recession, the countries can not maintain a sustain level in Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The level of employment and investment also falls. The incomes and profits get reduced during recession. Recession is characterized by many features. People spend less in purchasing staffs. The factory production declines. The stock market also tumbles during recession showing a bearish trend for prolonged time duration. Actually the economy firmly stands on four base pillars-producers, consumers... Evaluate the potential effects of the Recession on Property Management Companies and E...
Briefly discuss how any two Agents of Socialization have influenced your life.
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...Agents of Socialization The two agents of socialization that influenced my life are familyand the peer group. The family is highly influential because my parents taught me the values and ethics that they derived from their families. At a certain age, an individual becomes skeptical and starts to evaluate everything therefore all the teachings given by the parents are not completely accepted by the children. Similarly, I did not accept all the things that I derived from my family but the things that I learned and accepted have profoundly influenced my life. On the other hand, the peer group has also influenced my life in a significant manner. Through peers I understood how a person... Influence of...
School and the family are two symbiotically related socialization agents vitual for child development
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...agents vitual for child development. Child development is a veryversatile process. The process includes such components as social development, moral development, cognitive development and language development. As well it has a lot of determinants while the family and the school are considered to be the most important development agents. (Willard C. Olson, 251) The family is a basis of cognitive process for children. It forms basic knowledge and desire to learn world around. The family lays the foundation of further educational process, primarily school education, playing a role of start stage in the process of child... Show how the school and the family are two symbiotically related socialization agents...
The Effect of Motivators on the Performance of Real Estate Agents
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...Agents: A Research Proposal Table of Contents The Effect of Motivators on the Performance of Real Estate Agents: A Research Proposal 1 Table of Contents 1 Introduction: Selected Topic 1 Importance of Study 1 Literature Review 2 Research Questions and Hypothesis 5 Methodology 5 Conclusion 7 Bibliography 8 Introduction: Selected Topic Countries such as France, which attract a high volume of extra- and intra-regional tourists and have a wide array of geographic differentials, from seaside resorts to ski resorts, from cosmopolitan urban centres to idyllic rural ones, possess the potential for an active and vibrant real estate market... and its agents. As Davis (2002) explains,...
Term Essay - Thesis: Prohibition in the United States and the role of two prohibition agents - Isador Einstein and Moe Smith
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...agents to enforce these laws as speakeasies, bootleggers and other illegal activities involving alcohol continued to grow in spite of the instigation of prohibition. Even though the laws had been established, alcohol production and consumption did not disappear. Implementing the law was not enough; it needed to be enforced as well. The irony is that though prohibition was instituted to prevent corruption... ? PROHIBITION Prohibition While the roaring twenties reflected immense economic growth in the United s prior to the collapse of the economy in 1929, it also brought about a time of reckless entertainment that included the excessive consumption of alcohol in spite of attempts by the government to...
Critique the Responses of Public Health and Health Promotion Agents, the Government, the Media and the General Public
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...agents, the government, the media and the general public have had to BINGE DRINKING between 2007-2011 in the United kingdom. Suggested responses by Health Promotion/Public Health agents and the Media in regard go binge drinking. Binge drinking has become a key problem in UK. In fact, the statistics related to the particular subject reveal that the current percentage of adults who exceed the daily drinking level is quite high. It is clear that Health Promotion/Public Health agents and the Media should proceed to appropriate initiatives for informing the public on the effects of the particular activity. These initiatives could be developed... ? Critique the responses of Public Health and Health Promotion...
'The death penalty, when preceded by long confinement and administered bureaucratically, dehumanises both the agents and recip
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...agents and recipients of this punishment and amounts to a form of torture,” it is important to explore the aims and justifications of prolonging the punishment, the extent to which it is dehumanizing to the recipients and the agents of the punishment1. Even as death penalty is to be applied quite sparingly, with special reasons reserved for cased... ?Dehumanizing effects of long confinements before execution Dehumanizing effects of long confinements before execution Introduction The basic question that this paper seeks to address is the validity of the statement. In examining the statement “The death penalty, when preceded by long confinement and administered bureaucratically, dehumanises both the agents ...
Violence Against Women especially on Dowry Murder and Honor Killings.The Agents That Control Women's Reproductive Choice and health, especially on Government and the Global Economy
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...agents that control women’s reproductive choices and health. Some of these agents of control include the global economy, the government and religious organizations’ control over women’s reproductive choices. Question 2 In chapter 2, when discussing violence against women, Burn discusses two... Insert Question The most outstanding points of discussion in chapter 2 are dowry murder and honor killings as forms of violence against women. In chapter 2, Burn contends that dowry and honor killings draw their strengths from male’s greater economic and political power and the apportioning of a higher status to men by the society. In chapter 3, some of the most serious points of focus that Burns raises are the...
The death penalty, when preceded by long confinement and administered bureaucratically, dehumanises both the agents and recipients of this punishment and amounts to a form of torture
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...agents and recipients of this punishment and amounts to a form of torture,” it is important to explore the aims and justifications of prolonging the punishment, the extent to which it is dehumanizing to the recipients and the agents of the punishment1. Even as death penalty is to be applied quite sparingly, with special reasons reserved for cased... Dehumanizing effects of long confinements before execution Dehumanizing effects of long confinements before execution Introduction The basic question that this paper seeks to address is the validity of the statement. In examining the statement “The death penalty, when preceded by long confinement and administered bureaucratically, dehumanises both the agents ...
Critique the role of NGOs in development. Are they more effective as service providers or as advocates/change agents? subject is international relation
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...agents and service providers 7 NGOs as change agents 8 Conclusion 11 References 12 Introduction At an international level, the Non-governmental organizations have played a pivotal role in the development segment and admired for its assets as grassroots driven and innovative organizations. There have been rapid upsurge of rising prominence and prevalence of NGOs and increased level of funding for non-governmental organizations... The Role of NGOs in Development Table of Contents Introduction 3 Discussion 3 The role of Non-governmental organizations in development 4 The relation of development theory to NGOs 5 Neoliberalism development theory and NGOs 6 The Non-governmental organizations as change agents an...
The Duties Owed by Agents to their Principals May or May not be Dictated by the Express Terms of the Contracts Between them
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...agents to their principals may or may not be dictated by the express terms of the contracts between them. Table of Statutes Commercial Agents (Council Directive) Regulations 1993, Section 3 (1) The Bribery Act 2010 Unfair Contract Terms 1977 Table of Cases Allam & Co ltd v Eurpoa Poster Service Ltd (1968) 1 All ER 826 in Reddy, J., & Johnson, H. (2011). Q & A Commercial Law 2011-2012. Oxon: Taylor & Francis 6th ed. Boardman v Phipps (1966) UKHL 2 in Reddy, J., & Johnson, H. (2011). Q & A Commercial Law 2011-2012. Oxon: Taylor & Francis 6th ed. Chaudry v Prabhakar (1988) 3 All ER 718 in Reddy, J., & Johnson, H. (2011). Q & A Commercial Law 2011-2012. Oxon: Taylor & Francis 6th ed... ?The duties owed by...
Taking a Stand: Nurses as Moral Agents
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...agent does things with reference to knowing what is wrong or right and can personally be held responsible for his or her actions. In the nursing profession, nurses are seen as people who care for patients in almost every aspect of life. Their main duties being to provide the best possible care a patient can receive. In their code of professional conduct and business values, they should be responsible for every action and decision they make in their line of duty (Allen, 2011). Nursing can be practiced by anybody, for example, a family member may decide to take care of another sick family member. The only difference here... as Moral Argents al Affiliation Nursing as Moral Argents A moral agent does things ...
Discuss the major problem involoved in the develpoment of anticancer agents today include in ur answer some discussion what step might be taken to get around so
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...agents do not discriminate between the two and the possibility of normal tissue damage is high. The assumption that tumor cells grow at a different rate relative to normal cells have not really translated into discovery and / or design of tumor selective molecules. In recent years effort has been made to identify and target pathway / protein... Problems in Cancer Cure Development Submitted by: Submitted Submitted 0 Introduction According to Altman and Sarg (2000), cancer is defined to be a group of diseases wherein cells become malignant, multiply abnormally and destroy normal cells in the process. The disease differs from benign tumors because it is metastatic or can spread to other locations of the...
Is Police accountability a special case, or merely one example of the tension inherent in all accountability arrangements between allowing agents the exercise o
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...agents some discretion and independence while holding them accountable for their actions. But in case of police, accountability is much more than control of discretion of members of the police organization. It is the basic requirement of democratic policing. Hence, it has come to acquire a huge structure containing rules and safeguards which ensure that the police forces are accountable for their actions. In this paper, we first find the rationale for police accountability and then explore the various mechanisms through... Accountability: A Special Case of Accountability Police accountability forms a special part of accountability arrangements. All accountability arrangements allow their agents some...
Outline the distinctive properties of group decision-making and negotiation. Compare and contrast the conditions under which these two coordination mechanisms can govern interdependences among agents effectively and efficiently.
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...agents effectively and efficiently. Your name …………………. Course Name and Number …………….. Date of submission …………. Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Group Decision Making 3 Distinctive Properties of group Decision Making 3 1- Brainstorming: 4 2- Nominal Group Technique: 4 3- Electronic meeting and Delphi method: 5 Conditions under which two coordination mechanisms govern interdependencies 6 Complex tasks: 7 Team: 7 Technology 7 Organization 8 Conclusion 8 References 9 Introduction... MANAGEMENT Outline the distinctive properties of group decision-making and negotiation. Compare and contrast the conditions under which these two coordination mechanisms can govern interdependences among...
2000 words double spaced: Critique the responses of Public Health and Health Promotion agents, the government, the media and the general public have had to BINGE DRINKING between 2007-2011 in the United kingdom.
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...agents, the government, the media and the general public have had to BINGE DRINKING between 2007-2011 in the United kingdom. Suggested responses by Health Promotion/Public Health agents and the Media in regard go binge drinking. Binge drinking has become a key problem in UK. In fact, the statistics related to the particular subject reveal that the current percentage of adults who exceed the daily drinking level is quite high. It is clear that Health Promotion/Public Health agents and the Media should proceed to appropriate initiatives for informing the public on the effects of the particular activity. These initiatives could be developed... Critique the responses of Public Health and Health Promotion...
Nursing Leaders as Ethical-Legal Change Agents in Health Care
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... Section/# Ethics in Nursing Whereas ethics form an extremely important basis for approaching any particular form ofbusiness, they have an especially important place within the field of healthcare due to the fact that they not only portend a level of ethical behavior but also a further level of importance with relation to how such decision making frameworks can directly affect the patient, his/her health, and ultimately his/her life (Gabrielle, 2011). As such, the extent to which ethics in healthcare occupies a primary and exceedingly important role cannot be disputed. As a nursing leader, it is the view of this student that the framework for making legal and ethical decisions should... Section/#...
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