Egyptian Elections
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...Amr Moussa and below explain why. In the forthcoming Egyptian elections, there are fundamental issues... in addressing the aforementioned issues that triggered the Arab Spring. Similarly, a newly elected president will have to start addressing the pressing issues of human rights violations and government corruption that were synonymous with the regime of Hosni Mubarak. On that aspect, whether it is Amr Moussa, Hazem Salah Abu Ismail or even Bothaina Kamal among other presidential contenders, they must tackle the challenges that saw the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak. In other words, if it is the Freedom and Justice Party or the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces...
How Has the Global Political Environment Changed Over 2010?
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...Moussa was considered by the public as the best candidate to replace Hosni Mubarak after 30 years of his rule because of the immense fame and popularity of Moussa among the public. Army personnel and protestors in Egypt clashed with each other in the vicinity of the Tahrir Square few hours before the announcement of prosposed constitutional changes, Tahrir Square being the location of a successful revolt made by the protesters. Amr Moussa is among the first public figures in the Arab world that favored the Tunisian protestors and has served as a foreign minister in the past. “I intend to run in the next presidential election... ? 10 July How has the global political environment changed over has seen a...
How has the global political environment changed over 2010?
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...Moussa was considered by the public as the best candidate to replace Hosni Mubarak after 30 years of his rule because of the immense fame and popularity of Moussa among the public. Army personnel and protestors in Egypt clashed with each other in the vicinity of the Tahrir Square few hours before the announcement of prosposed constitutional changes, Tahrir Square being the location of a successful revolt made by the protesters. Amr Moussa is among the first public figures in the Arab world that favored the Tunisian protestors and has served as a foreign minister in the past. “I intend to run in the next presidential election... 10 July How has the global political environment changed over has seen a...
Egyptian Celebrities: Scientists, Writers, Politicians, and Actors.
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...Amr Moussa He was born in 1936 and after getting his... ?Egyptian Celebrities: Scientists, Politicians, and Actors: In this article we’ll try to have a look on the major personalities of Egypt in the field of Science, Showbiz, Literature and the Politics and we’ll try to discuss their life in short and their relation if there exists some or in the other case their views about the revolution in the Egypt and what’s their opinion regarding the former President Mubarik. 1. SCIENTISTS: a) Prof. Muhammad ElBaradei He was born in Cairo, the capital of Egypt. His father who was the president of the Egyptian Bar Association was not having best of relations with President at that time i.e. Jamal Abdul Nassir and...
THE AMERICAN AND BITISH RELATIONSHIPS WITH THE EGYPTION PRESDINT GAMAL ABDEL NASSE 1954-1970
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...Amr Moussa is the present Secretary General of the Arab League. President Mubarak has often chaired the African Union (formerly the Organization... EGYPT-FOREIGN RELATIONS- Retrieved from Geography, population, history, military strength, and diplomatic expertise give Egypt extensive political influence in the Middle East and within the Non-Aligned Movement as a whole. Cairo has been a crossroads of Arab commerce and culture for millennia, and its intellectual and Islamic institutions are at the center of the region's social and cultural development. The Arab League headquarters is in Cairo, and the Secretary General of the League is traditionally an Egyptian. Former Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa ...
American Airlines (AMR Corporation)
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...AMR Corporation) American Airlines (AMR Corporation Stock trading has become one of the foremostenterprising projects in the business world today, and as a result, there is a lot of gains that can be made from trading in stocks of public companies (DePamphilis, 2009). This activity involves the buying and selling of a company’s shares by individuals whose objective is to make earnings from the transactions they participate in and involves a number of skills such as the ability to foretell the movement of stock prices as well as the courage to take the risk of involving one’s self in such a volatile market (Sandage, 2006). This is because the business of stock trade holds... American Airlines (AMR...
Report question about AMR-US Airways
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...AMR-US Airways According to airline report, Airlines in the United s of America earned a 6 B. The profit is a 33% increase as compared to the 4th quarter of 2012 net profit. The profit is translated to 2.1% net margin, a 0.5 ppt improvement. The jet fuel is one of the largest and volatile expenses that the airline incurs. For instance, in 2013 the fuel rose to 26% per gallon from the end of July 2013. Every increase in the price per gallon costs the airline $180 m per annum. Therefore, after two years of recording profit, the United States airline industry lost $4.3 B in the first quarter from the currently available financial statistics (Lehman, 67). Fuel volatility is...
Research and Analysis of Business Problems in AMR Corporation
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...AMR Corporation Insert BA 201 Final Term Paper Insert Section Number Insert Table of Contents Executive summary 3 Position 5 Sense 8 Uncover 10 Solve 12 Build 13 Achieve 14 Bibliography 16 Executive summary This research project is about research and analysis of problems faced by AMR Corporation and how the problems are prioritize. It also identifies alternatives to the major problem identified and analyzes the available alternatives to determining the most appropriate solution to the problem we are addressing. Moreover, we analyze in this project how the solution implementation can be done and the evaluations that will be made to measure both progress... ? Research and Analysis of Business Problems in...
United States v. AMR Corporation, American Airlines, Inc., and AMR Eagle Holding Corporation (No. 99-1180-JTM) Background: 1. http://www.justice.gov/atr/cases/f2400/2438.pdf (complaint) 2. http://www.justice.gov/atr/cases/f8100/8134.pdf(finaldispositions)
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...AMR Corporation Task Introduction Firms do involve in various activities in the process to achieve their goals and objectives. They are either in production, manufacturing or process industry. Hence in the process of producing or establishing themselves in a specific area as they process their goods and services, behave in such as to maximize their profits especially if they are few as in oligopoly situation. They might merge to be dominant or collude to maximize their payoffs against rivals (Vives, 2001).This actions negatively affects consumers as they will be misused and thus must be protected by the government. Through merging of the airlines, it will be unhealthy for the American... United s v. AMR...
Classical Conditioning At Work (Pschology)
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...Moussa is the Unconditioned Stimulus. The pain and shock Moussa must have experienced then is the Unconditioned Response. Situations where Moussa has to handle electric toasters, coffee makers and toaster ovens are instances of Conditioned Stimulus and Moussa’s fear of them... ical Conditioning At Work The hot spicy food at Pancho’s Mexicana Café is the Unconditioned Stimulus, and Sheldon Brown perspiring each time he ate it is the Unconditioned Response. Later the sight of the restaurant becomes the Conditioned Stimulus and Sheldon Brown perspiring profusely as drives past it is the Conditioned Response. 2. The cruel owner firing his shotgun next to Suzie’s ear is the Unconditioned Stimulus, (to which S...
Response To Memo From K. Abbott-Gill, The Cfo Of Antipodes Mineral Resources Company
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...AMR) What types of investment projects would you expect to find in a minerals company? The core business in a mineral company is; mining and therefore most investments in such entities revolve around this central activity. The following are the areas I would expect AMR to make their investments: Prospecting and exploration of minerals: The process of pinpointing deposits is costly and time consuming. A mineral company must therefore, invest in the process of geological mapping to stay in business by securing the supply end of its operations. The amount of drilling and excavation involved in mining is determined... ? RESPONSE TO MEMO FROM K. ABBOTT-GILL, THE CFO OF ANTIPODES MINERAL RESOURCES COMPANY...
Professional Challenge: Financial Management Analysis
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...AMR Introduction According to PHX Corporate documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) indicates that AMR’s principal office is located in Forth Worth, Texas. The company which operates mainly in the airline industry was incorporated in October 1982. The corporation’s principal subsidiary is American Airlines, Inc. which was founded in 1934. At the end of 2010 American Airlines provided airline services to over 160 destinations throughout North America, the Caribbean, Asia, Latin America and Europe. AMR also has a wholly owned subsidiary American Eagle Holding Corporation (AMR Eagle). AMR Eagle owns two airlines – American Eagle Airlines... ? Financial Management Analysis – AMR...
Cause and effect of carotid stenosis
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...Moussa, Rundek & Mohr, 2007). If this can continue for a long period of time then it can lead to the formation of obesity, risks of serious diseases like the heart diseases,different types of cancers, and diabetes (Moussa, Rundek & Mohr, 2007). Carotid artery stenosis can be caused by smoking of tobacco and cigarette. This harms almost every organ in the human body, which include reproductive organs, digestive organs, heart... Cause and Effect of Carotid Stenosis Carotid Artery stenosis disease is a disease in which the carotid artery is affected by the backlog of a waxy material known as the “plaque”, which constricts the arteries. There are two renowned carotid arteries, which are situated on both...
Watersheds
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...Moussa 398). Nevertheless, it is difficult to include ecosystems and hydro logically based processes in managing the watersheds. Human and natural activities result into purities in water bodies and if the quantity of the sediments is high, water sources are likely to change. Moreover, the watersheds are likely to be impacted on negatively due resultant changes in the ways in which agricultural land are being utilized. In the global perspective, sediments impact negatively on coastal habitats, freshwaters, coral reefs and fish in the marine environment (Sivapalan 2267). In the recent past, society have become... Watersheds Mississippi watershed is found along Mississippi river which flows in the United...
Enterprise Resource Planning Master Essay
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...AMR Research, "The Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) market revenues increased 14 percent in 2004, however approximately one-third of the increased growth was due to fluctuations in currency exchange rates. While the ERP market has grown in revenue, consolidation continues to change the industry." (Data from website http://www.tekrati.com/research/News.aspid=5311 15 June 2005) AMR Research expects the top five vendors in 2005 -- SAP, Oracle, Sage Group, Microsoft, and SSA Global... Enterprise Resource Planning Analyze the expected future growth of the ERP marketplace in terms of overall sales. What is the relative market share of the major ERP vendors According to the annual report released by the AMR ...
COMPETITORS ANALYSIS AIRLINES INDUSTRY
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...AMR) (2011) operated 1500 daily operations to more than 175 destinations in North American, the Caribbean, and Mexico in 2010 (p.1). AMR Eagle Holding Corporation is a wholly-owned subsidiary of AMR. AMR also contracts with AmericanConnection, an independently-owned airline. AMR had a net loss of $471 million in 2010. The main strategy of AMR is to improve services through expanding alliances... Competitive Analysis Delta Airlines Delta Airlines Delta offers scheduled air transportation for passengers and cargo all through the United States and other parts of the world. It has a global route network that enables it to access the major domestic and international markets (Delta, 2011, p.2). Their network...
Watersheds.
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...Moussa 398) and therefore it is cumbersome to include ecosystems and hydro logically based processes in managing the watersheds. Natural and human acts contribute to a rise in the level of impurities in water bodies and if the quantity of the sediments is not within allowable limits, water sources are likely to affect. Nonetheless, the watersheds are likely to be impacted on negatively by resultant changes in agricultural land practices and activities. In a broad perspective, sediments impact negatively on coastal habitats, freshwaters, coral reefs and fish in the marine environment (Sivapalan 2267). The society has... Watersheds A watershed is a basin-like landform defined by highpoints and ridgelines...
Meuse Watershed
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...Moussa 398). Nevertheless, it is difficult to include ecosystems and hydro logically based processes in managing the watersheds. Human and natural activities result into purities in water bodies and if the quantity of the sediments is high, water sources are likely to change. Moreover, the watersheds are likely to be impacted on negatively due resultant changes in the ways in which agricultural land are being utilized. In the global perspective, sediments impact negatively on coastal habitats, freshwaters, coral reefs and fish in the marine environment (Sivapalan 2267). In the recent past, society... Watersheds Mississippi watershed is found along Mississippi river which flows in the United s of...
Innovation and the Sustainable organisagtion
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...AMR.2008.34421969 International Energy Agency IEA. 2012. EV City Casebook. Copyrights by IEA. Free publication available at: http://www.iea.org/publications/freepublications/publication/EVCityCasebook.pdf. Oxford... Essay - Innovation Success in sustainable innovation relies on partnership across industries (Birkinshaw, Hamel & Mol, 2008, p. 825; Benn, Dunphy, &Griffiths, A. 2014, p. 18). Barcelona experiences serious pollution problems from high usage of motorbikes (IEA, 2012, p. 1). A partnership between industries is the best solution the city has in solving the problem. The stakeholder’s theory provides a good insight on how power relations act as a strong influence on partnership operations,...
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...AMR) is not a new healthcare problem. Christopher T. Walsh, a Hamilton Kuhn professor of biological chemistry, and Michael A. Fischbach, a microbiologist at the University of California, describe the development of superbugs, which started in the late 1950s. Methicillin, a drug derived from penicillin, was used in 1959 to treat infections that were already resistant to penicillin, like S. aureus and Streptococcus pneumonia (Walsh and Fischbach 44). Two years after, European hospitals reported that they experienced methicillin... 26 July A Proposal for Civil Action: A Comprehensive Response to Super Bugs “It seems a medieval end for a very modern man” (McArdle 474). This is how Megan McArdle, one of the...
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...AMR) is not a new healthcare problem. Christopher T. Walsh, a Hamilton Kuhn professor of biological chemistry, and Michael A. Fischbach, a microbiologist at the University of California, describe the development of superbugs, which started in the late 1950s. Methicillin, a drug derived from penicillin, was used in 1959 to treat infections that were already resistant to penicillin, like S. aureus and Streptococcus pneumonia (Walsh and Fischbach 44). Two years after, European hospitals reported that they experienced methicillin... 26 July A Proposal for Civil Action: A Comprehensive Response to Super Bugs “It seems a medieval end for a very modern man” (McArdle 474). This is how Megan McArdle, one of the...
Article Summary and Reaction Paper
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...AMR Corporation, which is the founding company of American Eagle and American Airlines, filed for the protection of bankruptcy (Bender, 2011). Filing for protection of bankruptcy implies that the company seeks the court to protect it from its creditors for the period that it will be able to manage its financial status. The author notes that several stakeholders will be affected by the case including travelers. However, the article indicated that such a move does not mean that the company would soon come to a halt. There were attempts... Article Summary and Reaction American Airlines Files for Protection for Bankruptcy Summary of the Case Andrew Bender writes in his article in the Forbes Magazine that AMR ...
OPINION LETTER
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...AMR) though the use of number 17 meant psychiatric patients. The case was in December 2009. The case was Souza v AMR firm. Despite the fact that Souza commented from the confines of her individual computer during after work hours, she was later fired for allegedly making inflammatory remarks about the company’s boss. She filed the case to NLRB and in February 2011, informed AMR firm that its laws hindering workers from making negative remarks on social media was overly broad. In turn, the NLRB ordered the company to reinstate Souza and change its laws. This case is related to many complains made by workers arguing... Facebook firings To Peter Thompson 111 Main Drive, Main Street, IN From Tom Hopkins...
Merger, Acquisition, and International Strategies
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...AMR Corporation. These two airline companies merged to form the largest airline company all over the world. The American Airline Group operates not less than 6,700 daily flights to different locations in the world. This covers about 56 countries, and more than 336 locations found in these 56 countries (Agyenim, 2014). The American airline group has operating revenue of about 40 billion... Introduction: This paper identifies two major American companies, one being a multi-national company, and another being a local company operating within United States. The companies identified are American Airline Group, which is a multi-national company, and the Johnsonville foods which is a local American...
American Airlines Bankruptcy
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...AMR Corporation filed for bankruptcy on Tuesday, November 29, (CBS News, 2011a). The key purpose behind such a move was to achieve a cost and debt restructuring in order to maintain industry competitiveness and assure a long-term viability and sustainability by providing world class services to its customers. Causes for filing bankruptcy: The Airline Company had successfully been able to avoid bankruptcy till today, but was forced to do so in the wake of rising fuel prices; massive debt, loss of business travel customers to competitors, increasing labor costs and tough labor union negotiations (CNN Money, 2011; CBS News... American Airlines Bankruptcy American Airlines Inc. and its parent company AMR...
Organizational communication and conflict in the workplace
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...Moussa 56). When an organization lacks sufficient resources such as computers, pens, and work space, employees struggle to use the available materials. However, conflicts may arise when workers compete for the resources so that they can use... Organization Communication and Conflict in the Workplace Table of Contents 0 Executive Summary……………………………………………………...3 2.0 Background on the Issue…………………………………………………4 3.0 Current and Future Importance…………………………………………..6 4.0 Informants………………………………………………………………..8 5.0 Argument for and Against………………………………………………..11 6.0 Personal Stand …………………………………………………………....13 7.0 Applicable Laws………………………………………………………….13 8.0 Recommendations………………………………………………………..15 9.0 References…………...
Company SITUATION ANALYSIS : American Airlines Group Inc
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...AMR Corporation and United States Airways Group. The parent company of America Airlines before the merger was AMR Corporation. AMR Corporation was founded in 1930 by a collection of 82 small airlines. This was done through acquisitions and mergers. This paper carries a situation analysis to examine the strengths, weaknesses, threats, and opportunities that the current market... Company Situation Analysis: America Airlines Group Inc COMPANY SITUATION ANALYSIS: AMERICA AIRLINES GROUP INC American Airline group incorporation is an aviation company based in the United States. American Airlines provide both international and local flight services. The company was formed in 2003 because of a merger between AMR...
American Airlines - Pressures within the industry or the competition [Scandal]
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...AMR Corporation, over the past ten years, with share prices at present just a small fraction of the highs in the stock price achieved in the latter part of 2006. Since that time, the stock has sunk and has been in a precipitous downhill trajectory, indicating difficult financial conditions within the firm and outside for the entire industry in general (Google). All these translate to an operating environment that is marked by low margins and losses, difficult conditions and prospects for the medium term, and low confidence on the part of the investors with regard to the desirability of airlines as an investment vehicle, and bad prospects for all stakeholders in general... ? American Airlines Table of...
Planning (Local Development Framework)
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...AMR) for all the ongoing projects and programs of the development schemes and clearly state the present status as against the premeditated goals of the scheme for the previous fiscal year. The implementation process of the projects and programs involves categorical and well defined plan of stratifies development... Development Framework Local development framework is the guideline of development in your area and forms an intrinsic part of community participation. Framework defines the government and local council’s good intentions to take the community with them while formulating development agenda in their areas and introduce and incorporate the schemes and policies that benefit the community at large. ...
Business operations of American airlines and British airways
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...AMR Corporation founded in 1934, based in Texas and operates a passenger airline within North America, the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe and Asia. With about 86,600 employees on its payroll, the airline covers 250 destinations and also... BUSINESS OPERATIONS OF AMERICAN AIRLINES AND BRITISH AIRWAYS INTRODUCTION Airlines today operate in a competitive global environment, where every minute there are thousands of take-offs and landings across the world. International airlines like British Airways and American Airlines, which have dominated the skies for many decades now, operate with minimum possible margins, use innovative measures to keep their competitive edge over others, manage operations with...
Compare and Contrast Speech treatment of dysarthria
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...AMR task and the more complex sequential motion rate or SMR task (Karlsson et al., 2011). The hypokinetic dysarthria observed in Parkinson’s disease (PD) affects the range, speed, and accuracy of articulatory gestures in patients, reducing the perceived quality... A Comparative Analysis of Speech Therapies for Dysarthria The dysarthrias form a group of diverse, chronic motor speech disorders (Yorkston, 1996). The disorders of Parkinsons disease, stroke, traumatic brain injury, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, and cerebral palsy should be considered for the reason that these disorders represent significant clinical diagnoses in which dysarthria is a common and devastating symptom. Speech treatment is the...
Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ)
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...Moussa, Fathi Shikaki, and Abdul Aziz Odeh, who were studying in Egypt (Alexander 2002). This group was an offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamist and Sunni religious movement which origin lies in Egypt. It aims at seeking broad moral, political, and social reforms based upon the Islamic principles (Hatina 2001). The founders of this group believed that the Muslim Brotherhood had abandoned the Palestinian cause and that they had become very moderate. The formation of PIJ was inspired by the Shi’a Islamic revolution that had taken place in Iran. He PIJ blended Sunni Islamic fundamentalism, Shi’a revolutionary thought, and Palestinian nationalism into its ideological agenda... Palestinian Islamic...
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...AMR- American Medical Research AMR is a body that comprises of health professionals who have recognized academic settings. It uses very integrated approaches when collecting data on diseases. The body comprises of psychiatrists, psychologists, pharmacists, nutritionists and other qualified health personnel. The research teams have extensive experience in relevant fields hence... Introduction Health information record keeping has been revolutionized in many health organizations in the modern world. This is evident by the changes that occurred in many health organizations in the United States of America. Proper health facilities and dissemination of the right data is essential in fighting diseases. AMR- Am...
Merger,Acquisition,and International Strageties
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...AMR Corporation and the United States airways. It has been... American Airline Group Inc Introduction The terminologies merger and acquisition have often been spoken in the same capa and used as if they are synonyms. However, merger and acquisition are two distinct terminologies. For instance, when one company takes over another firm and clearly establishes the operations then it is considered as an acquisition. On the other hand, merger is said to occur in a situation where two companies make agreements to combine and form a definite organization rather than to remain independent and operate separately (Kumar, 2012). In the United States, American airline group Inc was formed as a merger between AMR Cor...
Simulation Impact on Saudi Internship Nursing Students
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...Moussa, Aboshaiqah, 2015). A course is offered in King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center (KFSH&RC) (2011), whose focus is on critical care and was established for nurses who were interested to work in the critical care areas. Also, KFSH&RC... Simulation Impact on Saudi Internship Nursing Saeed Asiri George Mason Introduction Simulation is a technological system that employed as a pedagogical strategy in different fields. Simulation has a long history of utilization in “military, nuclear power, and aviation industries” (Aebersold & Tschannen, 2013). In the past two decades, healthcare organizations have readily used simulation as a pedagogical strategy for teaching nursing and medicine...
Impact of Stress on Paramedics
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...Moussa 1. How does work-related stress impact you during non-working days, during days/times you are with your family or friends, and times you spend for personal matters? I worry... ?Impact of Stress on Paramedics My is Almutairi Abdullah. I am a paramedic in Saudi Red Crescent Society, and a at Flinders (Paramedic). This paper seeks to explore the impact of work-related stress on paramedics in terms of job performance and overall well-being. This will be done through one-on-one interviews with four highly-experienced paramedics in order to gather qualitative responses on the impact of stress on paramedics. In order to gather a focused set of responses, the questions are developed around the data...
Sunjata
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...Moussa Tounkara wants to make Sunjata his heir due to his remarkable abilities. Destiny is already planned in Saunjata’s world... Sunjata and people of Mali Heroic or epic poems depict the ethos and culture norms of a nation. Greek epics, Illiad and Odyssey described the exploits and adventures of their heroes who even sacrificed their lives for the glory of their nation. Virgil’s Aenied is also written in the same vain and is the epitome of ancient Roman culture. Sunjata or Sundiata is a western African epic which throws light on the struggle and adventures of Sunjata amid the conspiracies and powerful enemies. It suggests that heorism is the mixture of strength, patience, kindness and...
'Give an account of the main mosques of Samarra' and al-Fustat in the early 'Abbasid period.'
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...Amr and the Mosque Ibn Tulun The Mosque of Amir was originally built in 647, preceding the Mosque of Samarra and the first Mosque in both Egypt and in Africa. Although the build of the Mosque first was resurrected in 647, the building has been transformed to have nothing left of what was originally conceived and built on that location. In 827, the Mosque of Amr was ordered to be doubled in size by Abd Allah b. Tahir.12 At this time, the extensions of the building were represented by the addition of seven aisles which were parallel to the qibla. The aisles were decorated with columns, each one attached through a architrave with a carved... ? Great Mosques of the Islamic Abbasid period Great Mosques of the ...
World Music
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...Amr Diab is the best singer in this context as his voice has best quality, texture and Arabic influence which makes one realizes the state of Sufism. Works Cited: Alves, W.. “Music of the Peoples of the World”. Cengage Learning, 3rd ed. 2012 Arab Music. World Music in Contemporary Life. 2009. Available at http://trumpet.sdsu.edu/M151/Knowledge_Webs/2Arab_MusicY/Arab_music.htm (Accessed March 30, 2014) Arabic Musical Instruments. Maqam World. July 14, 2007. Available at http://www.maqamworld.com/instruments.html (Accessed March 30, 2014)... Enter MUSIC March 29, Arabic Music Culture: Understanding the cultural identity of different instrument categories The culture I chose for this assignment is “Arabic M...
Gartner's Value Proposition to Clients
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...AMR Supply Chain Leaders – a product that offers a full portfolio of indispensable services to help organizations maximize their supply... ?What is Gartner's value proposition to their Gartner is the global leader in information technology (IT) research and consultancy. The company has been involved in information technology research and consultancy for over three decades thus it can boast of having a broader view of the issues that impact IT industry professionals at every level. In fact, Gartner has over the years developed proprietary research techniques that are currently referred to as the benchmark of IT research. Examples of these proprietary methodologies are: Gartner Magic Quadrants and...
Operations Management - 'iPhone' Supply Chain Management and Networks
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...AMR Research praised Apple for superior supply chain capabilities with the iPhone and performance, ranking the consumer maker second in a list of retail and manufacturing heavyweights (AMR Research, 2007 available at www.amrresearch.com/supplychaintop25). From practical perspective, prior to sales of iPhone, it was considered an innovative victory of design and functionality and brand value (Trebilcock, 2007). As with other products such as Xbox, PlayStation3 and Wii, analysts expected shortages when... Operations Management – iPhone Supply Chain The economic concept of “creative destruction” is d to originate from the works of Mikhail Bakunin, Friedrich Nietzsche and Werner Sombart’s “War and...
Report on the statistical trends
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...AMR), South-East Asia (SEAR), Europe(EUR), Eastern Mediterranean(EMR), and Western Pacific(WPR). The global values have also been provided. 2.1... of Leicester Department of Mathematics MSc Actuarial Sciences of paper: MA7414 – Mortality Chun Wai Wong No.:129016535 Content page 1. Introduction 1.1 Sources of data 3 3 2. The statistical trend 2.1 infant mortality within WHO region 2.2 Under-five mortality within WHO region 2.3 Progress of child mortality reduction in high mortality region 4 5 6 3. Analysis of child mortality of the Sub-Saharan Africa 3.1 Case 1: Niger 3.2 Case 2: Mali 3.3 The effect of vaccine immunization 3.3.1 Measles( MCV) immunization coverage 3.3.2DTP3 immunization coverage 8 8 9 11 ...
Systematic Review
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...AMR.2006.20208679... Management Systematic Review Question What is the general area in which you wish to conduct research? Research Question: How does ethical leadership influence employee voice in non-profit organizations in America? Structure a) Context/ The employees: Employees in non-profit organizations in America who are under the supervision of the manager. b) The Interventions: Ethical leadership style compared with other styles of leadership in non-profit organizations in America. c) Study Mechanisms: Comparative studies of any study mechanisms examining if leaders in different non-profit organizations in America behave in an ethical manner and their influence on employee freedom. d) The outcome:...
Choose an industry in Tourism sector, that you have some knowledge of using the models identified, provide a critique of how they are adopting online technologies. Evaluate any further steps they could take to utilise the technologies and analyse the desi
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...Moussa in the article “Delving into the Online Tourism Industry,” states, “As the first and only Internet e-tourism company in the country, intoegypt.com was received by skepticism by its critics, both... Executive Summary Travel and tourism is the industry which connects the people, culture, and places. People leave their place and go somewhere for different purposes and from the tendency of the people to go and visit to different places, the concept of tourism industry flourished. This industry can be fostered by using new technologies, basically electronics and telecommunication. In this paper the researcher has tried to find out the facts which reveal the close relationship between Information Techno...
Research he Effects of Social Media on Arab Revolutions especially in Egypt, Syria and Yemen.
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...Moussa says, “Indeed, notwithstanding the importance of their role, social media are not stand-alone tools in the Arab spring; rather, they have only been effective... The Effects of Social Media on Arab Revolutions especially in Egypt, Syria and Yemen No: The Effects of Social Media on Arab Revolutions especially in Egypt, Syria and Yemen Social media being thoroughly crucial in not only revolutionizing, but also bringing in political changes, has affected Arab revolutions in Egypt, Syria and Yemen, as it was used for fulfilling political motives. In the Arab world, the social media has become an important platform for dissent and outlet for political and economic frustration (Frangonikolopoulos & Chapso...
Strategy Plan for American Airlines Co.
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...AMR Corporation, is one of the world’s largest scheduled air freight carriers. AA is a major airline of the United States which dominated the domestic market with average daily flights of 3,400 in more than 40 countries. Despite of the global economic crisis, AA remained to be a leader in the airline industry by strengthening their business strategy and deliver quality service to all customers at all points. At the same time, AA takes serious steps toward their business practices responsibility that are focused on the safety and security of their customers as well as their employees, ethical... subsidiaries airlines of The Aviation Corporation. American Airways was renamed to its current...
Agriculture Cooperatives in India
8 pages (2000 words) , Research Proposal
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...AMR, n.d.). The cooperatives cover all the villages in the country and supply about 46 percent of the total rural credit. They are also responsible for distribution of fertilizers. The agricultural cooperatives credit structure has seen quantitative expansion but have structural defects and operational deficiencies. The main deficiencies are due to weak recycling of credit, poor resource mobilization, ineffective lending and poor recovery... Introduction Agriculture has been the backbone of economic development in India with two-thirds of the population dependent on agriculture. Food production during the Green Revolution saw a four-fold increase. Even though there was significant increase in food,...
Compare and contrast the macroeconomic performances during 2010 and 2011 of the United Kingdom and Brazil
8 pages (2000 words) , Admission/Application Essay
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...AMR, which suggested the idea to look closely upon the fact that if United Kingdom is suffering from macro- economic variation which is internal and as well as external in nature. A great concern for the United Kingdom authorities as pointed out by the AMR was the high level of private debts... the abilities of the policy makers to encounter adverse situations. But still, the framework needs to be refined to a great extent in the near future to help the country touch the heights of the GDP per capita income that is enjoyed by many developed countries also to cope with the rapidly varying and fluctuating economy of the world. The main purpose of this in-depth paper is to investigate and...
Prince of Turkish Pop
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...Amr Diab. The latter singer is of Arabian descent, Turkish music and Arabian music are very much similar to each other. His music is upbeat; he talks about love and includes many great dance moves (Hot Arabic Music, n.d) Tarkan, his full names Husamettin Tarkan Tevetoglu, was born in West Germany but he was raised in Turkey where his parents are originally from. He is largely known for his... Authenti Tarkan has been labeled as the prince of pop. He hails from Turkey and his music has won several awards and topped many charts. Though his style is trendy, his music reflects Turkish authenticity, he sings in Turkish and there is a lot of similarity between his work and that of the famous singer Amr Diab....
Financial Statement Analysis
4 pages (1000 words) , Assignment
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...AMR Corp. disclosed the following lease information in its 2008 annual report related to its leasing activities (in millions). Capital Leases Operating Leases 2009 $ 182 $ 998 2010 143 932... ?Multiple choices d. Gap because its accounts payable turnover is lower and its accounts payable days outstanding is higher. 2. c. For debt issuedat a discount: interest expense reported on the income statement equals cash interest payment less amortization of the discount. 3. a. Sales are projected to increase in coming years. 4. c. priced correctly 5. d. Company X has higher leverage than Company Y. 6. a. $129 7. a. 0.2 8. a. $ 416.25 9. b. 5.00% 10. a. 9.49% 11. c. 13.36% Problems 1. a. How and when should K2...
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