Aims of the Practical
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...Aims of the Practical The aim of these practical is clearly d in the introduction of the practical lessons. It is clearly indicted that genes from a donor can be used to litigate some other genes in a recipient. This will assist in developing strong bonds in the recipient. In actual sense, the recipient will have the same combination of genes that are used in the plasmid. this is a type of combining genes from the donor to the recipient, in making a strong production. For instance, during the 1970’s researchers had started the research on how genes could be combined from a donor to the recipient. In the end, the recipient would have an enhanced combination of genes, as they have been donated...
Aims of Education
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...Aims of Education Outline: I Introduction II Educational Aims III The Education Process IV Paulo Freire V Mary Louise Pratt VI Susan Griffin VII Richard Rodriguez VIII Role of Writing in Education and in the Aims of Education IX Conclusion X Annotated Bibliography Introduction There are many reasons why education has become an important process in the lives of many individuals around the world; in fact, to the majority of individuals, to the point that international organizations such as the United Nations require nations to adopt laws mandating rights of children to education. Technically, education is an experience that form or mold an...
Aims of Education
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...Aims of Education: Schools Prepare Children for Life With reference to at least two theorists, or significant educators, discuss the extent to which our schools really prepare children for life Everyone has an aim-whether teachers, parents or children (Marples 1999). General aims should expand the view in order to make a broad and more flexible observation portraying the never-ending connections of learning activities. Teaching and learning should simultaneously lead into other things. Smeyers and Wringe (2003) asserted that the child is always present by implication and discussed more often by educationists. Education or...
Philosophy and Aims of Education
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...Aims of Education of 24th February Philosophy and Aims of Education Oliva and Gordon stated that aims of education are the broad purposes of education that are national and on occasion, international in scope. A holistic approach to curriculum development begins with an examination of the aims of education in the society. The aims of education are derived using the proposed model for the process of curriculum development. The model flows from the most general aims of education to the most specific evaluation of techniques. Teachers and administrators look at the curriculum from the aims of education to the evaluation of the curriculum periodically because of the many demands... on the time....
Nokia Aims Way Beyond Handsets
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...Aims Way beyond Handsets Table of Contents Introduction 3 Nokia 3 The Alternatives 4 Recommendations 5 Conclusion 6 Bibliography 7 IntroductionIt has been rightly observed by the experts of the industry that the word ‘change’ is the only constant word in the world of today. With tremendous improvements in the fields of information technology and communication process, the terms of the trade are fast changing. The influential effect of globalization has further added fuel to be the other important change agent. In order to successfully sustain the ever increasing competition, the industry depends upon the attributes like adaptability and flexibility with the changing time and technology... of...
Mission, aims and objectives of Tesco PLC
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...aims and objectives of Tesco PLC The mission ment guides the actions of the organisation, spells out its overall goal, provides a sense of direction, and guide decision-making. The Tesco Group’s mission is embodied in what the organisation refers to as its core purpose: to create value for customers to earn their lifetime loyalty (Tesco 2011a). In order to achieve this core purpose Tesco has delineated two core values to guide it, namely: “no one tries harder for customers” and “treat people how we like to be treated” (Tesco 2011a). Tesco has taken its mission statement and translated it into a four-part vision: to be the most highly valued business in the world, to remain a growth... ?Mission, aims...
The aims and Proposed plan of work
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...Aims of the investigation: The study aims to answer the following queries What is the extent of freedom given to both arbitration parties and arbitral tribunal in designing and modifying the arbitral process in the Saudi Arbitration Law 2012 and Sharia in comparison with the English Arbitration Act 1996? 2- What is the role of Saudi courts in international commercial arbitration at the commencement of, during the arbitral process, and in the process of the implementation of the arbitral award: Is it critical in the success of the arbitral process or does it serve as an interference, adversely affecting the efficiency of the arbitral tribunal; and, how such role is different from those... that...
Aims and objectives of Development Centre
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...Aims and Objectives of a development Center A development center provides a technique to identify, design and improve the competences of the workforce. It helps in the identification and definition of future workforce development actions. A development center provides procedures for a day or set of days where the participants are enmeshed in the assessment of their professional development. There is a lot of difference in an assessment center and a development center. In an assessment center, the claimants are passed or stumbled depending on the ambience. The participants are dynamically involved in their own assessment. They assess and ascribe the feedback of their comrade participant... Aims and...
Outline The Aims Of The United Irishmen, 1791-1794
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...Aims of the United Irishmen from 1791-1794 In 1791 the United Irishmen began as an "advanced reform association" (Elliott xiii). By 1795, the United Irish Society sought French assistance in rebellion against English rule in Ireland. Elliott describes this action as a militant republican alliance (xiii); in 1798, it led to a disastrous rebellion. It is the goal of this paper to outline the aims of the United Irishmen between the years 1791 to 1794; from the inception of the United Irishmen as a movement, until the point where they sought French aid against England. From the start, the United Irish Society was associated with constitutional radicalism. The first organizations were... My 15 April 2007...
Aims of the Law and the Common Good
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...Aims of the Law and the Common Good Legal Philosophy- Aims of the Law and the Common Good Introduction The law has various aims in the society. It is clear that the main aim of the law is to serve the common good. However, the aims of the law and the common good tend to differ. Various philosophical studies have demonstrated that different factors like value of autonomy, the nature of the harm as well as the benefit that is defined including the moral value, should be considered while developing any law. This paper seeks to discuss various controversial issues within the legal jurisprudence. The discussion...
Aims and Objectives of a Typical NDC Project.
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...aims and objectives of a typical NDC project and level of community participation in its management and describe also how such a project was expected to bring economic prosperity and social cohesion in deprived communities. Introduction New Deal for Communities (NDC) is a chief programme in the strategy of the government of England in tackling different deprivations in the deprived neighbourhoods, in the nation. The program focused giving some of the poorest communities resources, which assisted them in tackling their problems in a co-ordinated and intensive way (Cullingworth & Nardin, 2001 Pp 305). The principal aim of the program was to link the gap between the deprived... will concentrate...
Legal Philosophy- Aims of the Law and the Common Good
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...Aims of the Law and the Common Good Legal Philosophy- Aims of the Law and the Common Good Introduction The law has various aims inthe society. It is clear that the main aim of the law is to serve the common good. However, the aims of the law and the common good tend to differ. Various philosophical studies have demonstrated that different factors like value of autonomy, the nature of the harm as well as the benefit that is defined including the moral value, should be considered while developing any law. This paper seeks to discuss various controversial issues within the legal jurisprudence. The discussion will focus on the relationship between these issues and the provisions of specific laws... ...
The Aims of the Arts and Crafts Movement
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...Aims of the Arts and Crafts Movement The start of the Arts and Crafts Movement around 1860 isgenerally attributed to William Morris in response to the ever-encroaching identical sameness of the machine-made objects churned out of the factories that had supplanted the cottage industries of the past. “Not only art but also everyday objects, buildings, décor, everything lacked a face, and it was the realization of its lack in this particular respect which began to make the period so cruelly conscious of its anonymity.”1 In everything they did, crafters working under the influence of the Arts and Crafts movement placed value in art created by hand for limited edition prints such as the highly... The Aims...
Elisa aims and method need to be paraphrase
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...Aims: This practical is aimed at getting to know the importance of ELISA assay in disease investigation in the science of bio-medics. It has been done in two different ways, with practical 1 that was conducted in the first and second week aiming at figuring out the required or optimum dilution for the single cloned mouse, polyclonal goat anti-rabbit IgG and mouse anti-rabbit IgG anti-bodies; with diverse dilutions being used. There is some connection between the two practicals as the first was conducted for use in the second which saw in the third and fourth weeks to figure out the concentrations of two samples that were unknown; which can...
What are Swifts aims in A Modest Proposal and how does he achieve them? What are Joyces aims in Araby? how does she achieve them?
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...aims to target Ireland’s politicians, the falsehood of the English plus the degradation which she saw on the Irish People. Swift was fed up with the many empty promises posted by their leaders in power to help those needy in society, something that never materialized (Swift 24). In his book, Swift uses satire in representing her grievances in regard to the matter. She provides her own solution that can be equated to mockery too. Her solution was to end poverty by reducing the population... Comparison contrast of Swifts A Modest Proposal and Joyces Araby In A Modest Proposal written by Swift, a deep seated situation that had been in the hearts of many Ireland’s is brought out in this story through the...
State with reasons the aims which you consider are relevant for present day education. What social factors are likely to influence learners' achievements of these aims
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...aims you consider are relevant for present day education. What social factors are likely to influence learner's achievements of these aims. Introduction: Only when each and every member of a society is continuously and systematically developed, can a society hope to integrate itself and elevate to higher levels. True education must instruct, inform, eradicate ignorance, and equip one with tangible skills and aid in sound judgment. Education is synonymous with enlightenment. "Learning can be defined as change in a student's capacity for performance as a result of experience1 (Kenneth D. Moore). If it has to serve its full purpose, the aims for modern education have... to be properly...
Critically compare and contrast the methods and aims of Husserls epoch with Descartes method of doubt.
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...aim at establishing specific knowledge claims concerning an objective, mind-independent world (Smith, 2003). In this regard, the Husserl’s epoch stays right in effect throughout Husserl’s inquiries. This means that Husserl agnostic when it comes to the objective characteristics of the worldly entities. As such, the epoche only aims to recuperate world as a thing of understanding. Both Husserl and Descartes foresee an overall solution to the skeptical challenge as the need... Between Husserl’s epochē with Descartes’ method of doubt In order to form a precise understanding of the phenomenological tradition, it is important to compare and contrast the postulations presented by Descartes and Husserl. The...
Critically examine the effect of the Charities Act 2006 on the definition of charitable aims.
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...aims of charity, Lord Macnaghten in 1891 when ruling the Commissioners... Effect of the Charities Act 2006 Introduction Charity is the act of giving money voluntarily to help people who require of financial support. However, the idea of charities has changed over time with contributions changing from monetary aid into other material, and personal assistance. There are different developments in the U.K law in regard to charity trusts in relation to different statutes since 1601 with each offering a different form of describing a charity. According to Simonds in Williams Trustees v IRC [1947] AC 447, general law does not recognize a trust as a charitable organization unless the trust is in line with the...
Identify and Critically Analyze the Relationship Between Law Enforcement and Harm Reduction Aims
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...aims. In addition, examine the ways in which law enforcement practice Introduction: This paper seeks to analyze and discuss the statement that “Law enforcement and practice, particularly at the street level, can have a negative impact upon harm reduction outcomes.” This will therefore identify and critically analyze the relationship between law enforcement and harm reduction aims. In addition, this paper will also examine ways in which law enforcement practice may exacerbate drug related harms. This paper maintains that law enforcement is one of the means to prevent drug related crimes... but the process of crime prevention may result to unintended harm. Law enforcement however must...
A Review of Practical Work in Science lessons: How effective is it at achieving its aims
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...AIMS? By Introduction Science, as part of science, technology, engineering and maths subjects (STEM) is recognized as a determinant subject in not only students’ success, but also that of economies. This is because graduates of STEM subjects join fields that are important in steering economies such as undertaking significant research, inventing unique entrepreneurship, and driving science-based innovations. This therefore highlights the fact that science is an important subject that should be taught to students from as early as elementary (primary) school level. In fact, most governments have made science a mandatory subject... PRACTICAL WORK IN SCIENCE LESSONS: HOW EFFECTIVE IS IT AT ACHIEVING ITS AIMS? ...
What were the aims of Gregory of Tours 'History of the Franks'
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...AIMS OF GREGORY OF TOURS IN THE HISTORY OF FRANKS by of the of the of the School October 7, 2012 Born of Florentius and Armentaria in Auvergne on November 30 538-39, Gregory of Tours was a descendant of a distinguished Gallo-Roman family. He was named Georgius Florentius at birth; he adopted his maternal grandfather’s name, Gregorius later in life when he became bishop of Tours. As a youth, Gregory lived with his uncles Nicetius and Archdeacon Avitus who later became bishop of Lyons and bishop of Clermont respectively. His education was in church schools and primarily limited to a study of the scripture. In fact, he was educated by his own uncle Gallus, who was the Bishop...
What were the aims and objectives of the Baghdad Pact and why did it fail?
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...aim of the pact was to contain the spread of communism in the region and check Soviet influence in this area. Despite the fact that the pact did not explicitly state it, it was designed with this aim in mind. The pact... Middle East is one of the most important and strategically significant regions of the world. With large deposits of oil (more than 60 percents of world oil reserves are located in the region)1and other vital energy sources as well as its geographical position that connects major transport routes from Asia to Europe it will sustain its significance for many decades to come. The significance of this region has risen rather than diminished during the last fifty years. In the fifties both m...
Compare and Contrast the aims, strategies and personalities of Charles Stewart Parnell and Daniel OConnell.
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...aims and strategies of the two Irish icons with relations to their political and social life. Similarities in Personalities One of the similarities is that both Charles Parnell and Daniel O’Connell were children of Ireland born in Ireland. Both attained university education and were reliable members of their respective societies... Charles Stewart Parnell and Daniel O’Connell Introduction Charles Stewart Parnell and Daniel O’Connell were great Anglo-Irish politicians, nationalists, academicians and socialist who believed in the unity and independence of Ireland from Britain. Over long time, Britain as whole and Ireland in particular had Protestants dominate political and government positions. This...
Impressionists aims and subject
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...aim to do? Discuss their matter and their distinctive painting method. The Impressionist movement grew out of an earlier movement called Realism which flourished in the government funded artistic salons in Paris in the middle of the 19th century. At that time painters were moving away from idealized pictures of classical scenes and began to focus more on everyday events and people drawn from real life. (Gunderson, 2008, p. 11) It is generally accepted that the Realist painter Edouard Manet (1832-1883) was a key figure in the drive to achieve a painting style that could more closely approach real life. There was a growing interest in painting people and things out of doors... What did the Impressionists...
How does the specific geographical location of this particular country influence and inform its foreign policy aims and objectiv
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...AIMS AND OBJECTIVES AND ITS GEOGRAPHICAL IDENTITY? by Student’s name Course + code name Professor’s name University name City, State Date of submission How Does the Specific Geographical Location of South Korea Influence and Inform its Foreign Policy Aims and Objectives and its Geographical Identity? John Feffer, the author of a well-known book about the specifics of the foreign policy on the Korean peninsula, is undoubtedly right saying: “Geography shapes destiny” (Feffer, 2011: 21). It is Korea, “a fingertip of land the size of Idaho”, that hosts two opposing states: communistic North Korea... on the foreign policy of South Korea. As for the geographical identity of South Korea, it is...
Compare and contrast the ideologies and aims of VILLA and CARRANZA and their impact on the Mexican Revolution ( 1910-17)
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...AIMS: Carranza Carranza was more into the politics of the matter. One of his major reasons for joining the revolution was his plans of attaining power for himself. After Madero got assassinated by Huerta, another uprising came; this time led by Carranza himself. He was supported by Villa and Obregon on this one. Villa Villa’s radical aims were by no means visibly clear. Villa spoke unclearly of creating mutual colonies for his ex-comrades. He yielded to Venustiano Carranza’s Plan. IMPACT: Villa Villa led... VILLA and CARRANZA: A contrast and comparison of their impact on the Mexican Revolution (1910 - 1917) INTRODUCTION: As Jennifer Rosenberg described, “Pancho Villa was a Mexican revolutionary leader...
Reward schemes tend to be the most effective way of promoting and achieving the aims of Ecotourism, Discuss
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...AIMS OF ECOTOURISM Reward schemes tend to be the most effective way of promoting and achieving the aims of Ecotourism, Discuss Introduction Business dynamics provide opportunities for organisations to engage stakeholders in the realisation of business goals. Reward schemes by corporate organisations play a critical role in enhancing performance. They entice the stakeholders to work harder and develop positive attitudes towards the organisation. Reward schemes have a long-term goal of raising the number of visiting tourists by improving productivity and performance. Consequently, it is fundamental to agree on the most suitable ecotourism... ? REWARD SCHEMES AS A MEANS OF PROMOTING AND ACHIEVING THE AIMS...
Describe your aims and your interest as well as your reasons for choosing the programme MA Education Leadership Management and Change
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...aims and your interest as well as your reasons for choosing the program - Master of Arts: Media and Communication Management  The modern man strongly believes in and pursues freedom of speech as his basic right. The media serves as a very strong portal for the whole world to express their feelings, opinions, arguments and point of views. People are aware of things happening thousands of miles away from them. They can express their hatred or support for their favorite leaders in front of the whole world and an individual can also change his perspectives or beliefs under the influence of media. This shows the strong position of media and journalism... Describe your...
Discuss the conflicts and tensions between the expectations of society, the aims of business and the roles of government as exemplified by the pharmaceutical in
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...Aims of Business and the Roles of Government as Exemplified in the Pharmaceutical Industry I. Introduction The diversity of roles played by different sectors of society leads to varied expectations. In the relationships between government, business and the public, we find conflicts and tensions in terms of management systems and economic impact of business activities, government regulations and the demands of the public. More often than not, the aims the core aims of business which is to gain profit and sustain its operations come into conflict with the interest of the public. In the same manner, government regulations, which are aimed... Conflicts and Tensions Between Expectations of Society, the Aims...
Critically assess the claim that market research is essential to small, family owned firms. Do you think that the research aims, methods, tools, outcomes, and e
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...aims, method, tools and evaluation criteria will be compared. Market Research deals with the gathering of information about a markets size and trends. Organization or small company usually undergoes market research to change their current strategy in order to improve... Comparison of Market Research between Small Family Owned Business and Big Organization Introduction A family business is a company owned, managed, and operated by members of one or several members as employees, but in smaller companies, the top positions are often allocated to family members. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the differences in Market Research between big organization and small family owned business. The aims,...
Evaluate whether it is possible to deliver the National Curriculum in a way that it meets its broadest aims, especially in the t
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...Aims of the National Curriculum The main aims of the National Curriculum are the following: to reflect and implement high standards and develop coherence in school teaching; to give a guarantee that all children would gain essential knowledge in key subjects; teachers should freely use their professionalism to facilitate and improve the learning process. The UK is looking forward to effective changes and innovations implementation in the National Curriculum (starting from January, 2011). The main emphasis is made on the necessity... ? The National Curriculum Review Introduction To raise citizens full of dignity, the government should put much effort to development of their intelligence and creativity. A...
'One of the aims of EMU was that only the global balance of payments of the European Union with the rest of the world be of im
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...aims of EMU was that only the global balance of payments of the European Union with the rest of the world be of importance and not those between members’ Introduction The major states of the European provinces are controlled together in terms of certain policies that are framed and structured by the European Monetary Union. 17 states of the Euro zone and the 11 non-euro states are members of the EMU (Sadeh, 2006). There are mainly three subdivisions of the EMU but all the members have to be a part of the ‘third EMU stage’. Each of the member states that are part of the third stage is only eligible to use the Euro currency. In the recent economic epoch it is analyzed that the economic... ? ‘One of the...
Identify and analyse the aims, impact and outcomes of increasingly integrated ways of working in childrens services on children and their families.
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...Aims, Impact and Outcome of Integrated Ways of Working in Children’s Services Down the last decade the UK has seen the burgeoning of support system within organisations devoted to children services and their families. Apparently they show promise of bringing positive changes in the life of the child in suffering and his or her family that shares part of the trauma, but in reality have been of little help. The real picture is anything but ironical. The problem lies in the fact that it becomes hard for the child and the family to constantly withstand the influx of agencies with their battalion of professionals in their lives. It could be best described by the saying ‘too...
Society and Culture Aims and Objectives
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...Sociology Definition of structure: In the sociological sense, structure refers to entities that are in mutual contemporaneous relationships and have enduring behaviour and joint dealings. This enduring behaviour and relationships within society are intended for social groups and practices, which are intermingled with one another, to shape the behaviour of future actions. In other words, "something made up of a number of parts that are held or put together in a particular way could be seen as a hierarchical social structure." (Results for Structure 2008). In the context of sociological studies, it is seen that structure refers to the way humans bond with each other and form a composite... Definition ...
You should submit a report of around 2500-3000 words that reports a piece of personal research demonstrating a range of skills in research method. That report should be accompanied by a statement of aims agreed between student and tutor.
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...aims to explore the perceptions of the regarding online courses that they are enrolled in. The review of available literature has revealed that though there is an increase in the number of online courses offered by universities across the globe, there are also challenges related to the adequacy of the content, delivery mode, use of technology and overall course efficacy to lead to similar career opportunities as students who graduate through regular courses. The current research uses a convenience sample of 10 students from Saudi Arabia, who are enrolled in Masters level online courses in different Universities in the EU, US or Australia. The data... Topic: Perception Regarding Online s This research...
The Great War What were the war aims OR military strategies of the various belligerents in World War I How was the Great War the first truly global conflict
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...aims. Wilson knew that only victory would allow his hopes for American to flourish, as this would... World War I began after Gavrilo Princip assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Saajevo on June 18, 1914. This resulted in a declaration of war madeby Austria-Hungary against Serbia on July 31, 1914. At the time, several military experts thought that the war would be quick, ending after a few decisive battles demonstrated who would be the victor. However, there was one voice that stood out in disagreement amongst this mix. A Polish industrialist named Jan Bloch did not agree with the concept of a swift war, and predicted that this war would devastate Europe because of the modern technologies involved. ...
Assess the view that feminism has succeeded in its aims.
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...?Cultural Feminism: Has it Helped or Hurt? Definition of Feminism – Cultural Feminism In this essay, the focus will be on cultural feminism. According to Turnier et al. (1996), cultural feminism is based upon the work of Professor Carol Gilligan, who was an educational psychologist at Harvard. Gilligan challenged the work of another Harvard professor, Lawrence Kohlberg. Kohlberg claimed that men outperformed women in cognitive moral development, and Gilligan stated that the reason why Kohlberg found this in his studies is because his model was male-oriented and male-centric. Gilligan further stated that there were female and male moral hierarchies, and that the female moral hierarchy should... Feminism: ...
Task For each lab session start a new page in a word document. You should date the top and state briefly the aims of the tasks that you carried out that day. Then include details of the work done and any results that you gathered that day (include the res
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...Aims This experiment was aimed at enabling the student to practice the proper handling of microorganisms. Handling of microorganisms... Microbiology Lab Report: Aseptic techniques & Enumeration of Bacteria by Viable Count 14 February 9-12 AM Practical One Introduction The undertaking of laboratory practical by microbiologists requires the use of aseptic techniques, dilution, streaking of colonies and spread plates. Using aseptic techniques, contamination of the experiments is hindered. The streaking of colonies enables the separation of specific colonies. Spread plates enable the equal spreading of bacteria on a Petri dish allowing the separation and counting of specific colonies (Boundless, 2013). Aims ...
You are required to write a reflective account on why you think volunteering (police officer ) is important for agencies in the criminal justice system. Police officers. In producing your account you should consider the aims and purposes of the agency th
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...aims and purposes of the police force volunteering and the importance of volunteering in the police service (Police Support Volunteers). Finally, it concludes with some... of the challenges police officers and staff face in the policing process. Volunteering is the ultimate type of community engagement. While professional services are ultimately paramount, the criminal justice system is not something that only paid professionals should be left to deliver. Therefore, the aims and purposes of volunteering make the local communities take ownership of some of the roles, responsibilities and services police officers and staffs offers the public. Moreover, it empowers individuals to create local solutions to problems that face their communities. Police volunteering programs also aim to increase public engagement with police and the diverse communities that the police serve while... Criminal Justice System and Volunteering by ...
Evaluate how Napoleon both continued and broke from the aims of his revolutionary predecessors.
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... Admission: Napoleon Bonaparte was a French who rose to fame during the later part of the French revolution asboth a political as well as military leader. He is well remembered for his successful role as a military leader in several wars that were waged against the French. He dominated over most parts of continental Europe and envisioned spreading the principles of the French Revolution. Alongside, he consolidated an imposing monarchy based on the principles and standards of the deposed Ancien Régime. Napoleon was more than often successful in the wars he wages, even against armies who were numerically superior to Napoleon’s armies. Due to these successful statistics, Napoleon is regarded... Admission:...
Choose a particular strategy and evaluate it in light of the future aims of Biocote Ltd.
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...BIOCOTE LTD STRATEGY ANALYSIS By Location Biocote Ltd Strategy Analysis Introduction From the case study presented, Biocote Ltd is focusing on a single market. Both Steve and Mathew carried out extensive market research before developing the business model for the company. From their assessment of the market, they recognized that retail healthcare and public healthcare sectors had certain desirable characteristics despite the fact they were difficult to penetrate. Apparently, Biocote’s future will be defined by extensive market penetration. Now, the healthcare market accounts for 95% of the company’s sales. According to experts, businesses should identify several markets of focus instead... LTD...
Evaluate how Napoleon both continued and broke from the aims of his revolutionary predecessors.
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... Admission: Napoleon Bonaparte was a French who rose to fame during the later part of the French revolution as both a political as well as military leader. He is well remembered for his successful role as a military leader in several wars that were waged against the French. He dominated over most parts of continental Europe and envisioned spreading the principles of the French Revolution. Alongside, he consolidated an imposing monarchy based on the principles and standards of the deposed Ancien Regime. Napoleon was more than often successful in the wars he wages, even against armies who were numerically superior to Napoleon’s armies. Due to these successful statistics, Napoleon is regarded... Admission: ...
Semiotics. What is it? How does it serve the aims of Social Theory?
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... Semiotics Semiotics is the study of making meaning from studying signs and symbols and how they are used. Ferdinand de Saussure, one of the founders of the discipline defined it as the study of ‘the life of signs within society’. Later, other philosophers such as Charles Sanders Pierce introduced it as an interdisciplinary mode. His work was based on pragmatism and logic, defining a sign as something that means something to somebody (Stjernfelt et al. 45). He categorized these signs into icons (appear like what they refer to such as road signs), index (associated with what they refer to such as smoke and fire), and symbols (related by convention to the things they refer to). In his work, he...
How does the 30 year plan for greater Adelaide aims to aid the environmental protection and the relationship between environment
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...?Running head: 30 Year Plan of the Greater Adelaide 30 Year Plan of the Greater Adelaide Insert Insert Insert 26 October 2011 Abstract The Greater Adelaide 30-year plan consists of seven administrative areas of the government inclusive of the Murray Bridge region. In addition, the Greater Adelaide consists of vibrant and diverse urban centre network that covers approximately nine thousand square kilometers. The greater Adelaide is projected to experience moderate growth rates for the coming 30 years and an increase in population projected at five hundred and sixty thousand people. The 30-year plan for greater Adelaide is made up of targets, policies, and governance directions that will aid... head: 30...
This paper aims to define a class of consumers and to cater to their wants and needs.
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...Introduction Markets are heterogeneous and are created by reasons of different values, needs wants, constraints, beliefs and incentives. s differ in their values and perceptions and want to purchase things that have value for them. Value is not just the monetary part, but also the usefulness and emotions that will go with it. Marketing is therefore the overall scheme to sell a product to one or more groups of customers and calls for a comprehensive marketing strategy or plan. For success of any marketing strategy the product has to be competitive and this raises two problem questions. How to define a class of consumers' How to cater to their wants and needs' The first question will require... Markets...
How does the 30 year plan for greater Adelaide aims to aid the environmental protection and the relationship between environmental protection and urban development.
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...Running head: 30 Year Plan of the Greater Adelaide 30 Year Plan of the Greater Adelaide Insert Insert Insert 26 October 2011 Abstract The Greater Adelaide 30-year plan consists of seven administrative areas of the government inclusive of the Murray Bridge region. In addition, the Greater Adelaide consists of vibrant and diverse urban centre network that covers approximately nine thousand square kilometers. The greater Adelaide is projected to experience moderate growth rates for the coming 30 years and an increase in population projected at five hundred and sixty thousand people. The 30-year plan for greater Adelaide is made up of targets, policies, and governance directions that will aid... head: 30...
The focus of this study aims to identify if cognitive training with the use of brain game apps in patients with mild cognitive impairment improves caregiver role strain?
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...RESEARCH Methodology Type of research Given the aspect, notion and line of research involved in this study, it is a cross or a mix of qualitative and quantitative research. In principle, this would be an exploratory research since it would be concerned with articulating and considering the effectiveness of the brain game applications to patients and people living with mild cognitive impairment. This is to mention that it would examine any changes in the quality of life or welfare of the patients. Similarly, it would also consider the ease on the parts of the caregivers relative to taking care of the people living with mild cognitive impairment (Sitzer, Twamley & Jeste, 2006). In retrospect... Methodology...
One of the primary aims of copyright is to ensure society is rich with creative works. Without copyright creators would not create new works. Discuss.
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... Copyright and the Digital age Introduction To a large extent, new digital technology poses serious challenges in the protection of copyrights of innovative and creative minds; this may render copyright obsolete. This is because copyrighted works can be easily digitized and shared all over the world through existing networks. Digital revolution has allowed characterization of information into binary bits. With binary bits, it is easy to distribute information without any physical medium. Therefore, copyrighted products can be transferred through phone lines or in the form of radio waves without the attached plastic or paper (Fenwick & Locks 2010, p.11). Pirating copyrighted products... Copyright and the ...
Economic events occur around us every day. This assignment aims to provide association between what you learn from economic models and concepts in class with real-life events happening around you.
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...MACRO AND MICRO ECONOMICS By Macro and Microeconomics The article in The New York Times en d “Next timeGreece may need new tactics,” explains the state of Greece economy, detailing the extent of the debt that has provoked an economic crisis in this country. Although few indicators suggested something was wrong, the debt kept increasing causing social unrest that threatened the future of the euro. A change in government revealed the worst news expected by Greece people that their country had sunk into big deficits and only managed to stay afloat because of bailout packages from Europe and France. Sadly, Greece cannot now maintain its euro as the ratio of debt to domestic rise to 151% in 2012... AND MICRO ...
Community policing has been introduced to combat crime and to build a bridge between police and the public. Critically discuss the effectiveness of this model of policing in achieving these aims
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...Effectiveness of Community Policing Initially the British police force was established to combat crime through the enforcement of laws and orders. Community policing as a policy was established to eliminate crime by closing the gap between British police force and the public (Goldstein, 1997). Community policing has been effective but only on the cooperative societies. However, the effectiveness has been hindered by lack of effective cooperation within some regions. This paper discusses the effectiveness of community policing in combating crime and the challenges facing the policy. Metropolitan Police believes, “One of the key principles of modern policing in Britain... of Community Policing...
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