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...Annotated Bibliography Annotated bibliography is a perfect opportunity for every to summarize the main ideas of the required sources and implement these ideas in relevant contexts. Moreover, it cannot be denied that in the course of time there is an option to lose a thread of the main idea of the source, which was rather helpful previously. Here comes annotated bibliography, which enables you to refer to the key ideas of the author. Therefore, to give a proper consideration to a given article or book and evaluate its contents is one of the first and foremost ways to grasp the main ideas of the author and use them effectively. Sources about annotated bibliography, their importance and the way...
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...Annotated Bibliography: The Rough-Face Girl al Affiliation This annotated bibliography is intended for Grade 5 Genre:Fable Martin, R., & Shannon, D. (1998). The rough-face girl. New York: Puffin Books Grade levels: Interest: 3 - 5; Reading 5 Gender: Female Authors Origin: America Theme: Native American, Just Rewards, Prejudice and Tolerance Experiences Summary: The book gives the story of a young disfigured Algonquin girl who tolerates life experiences with prejudice and end up marrying a mysterious young man who lived by the lake near her home village. The young mysterious man had been looking for a wife and wanted a girl who will see him be the one to...
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...Annotated Bibliography Butterfly effect A Sound of Thunder” Ray Bradbury) Andrews, Andy. “Butterfly Effect: How Your Life Matters”. Thomas Nelson Inc, 2011. Web. This book created by bestselling author deals with the butterfly effect and investigates how this concept responds to our lives and influences our world perception. This is a fiction story which provides a helping hand in understanding the notion of a butterfly effect. The author examines the given concept and involves it to a fictional story what makes the process of cognition more attractive. The source is relevant for us as Bradbury includes the idea of butterfly effect into analyzing story. Iftekharuddin, Farhat. “Speaking... Annotated...
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...Annotated Bibliography Andrew Stanton d that story telling is joke telling. Its knowing your punch line, your ending leading to a single goal and ideally confirming some truth of who we are as human beings. He elaborated that stories are who we are and our affirmations that lives have meaning. To catch the interest of the reader, Stanton proposed the unifying theory of 2+2 to make the audience put the story together. According to him, to make the story interesting, dont give them four, give them 2+2. He justified that it is this lack of absolute information that makes a story interesting in the same manner that we like puppies because they cannot complete express what they are thinking... Teacher...
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...Annotated Bibliography Andrew Stanton d that story telling is joke telling. Its knowing your punch line, your ending leading to a single goal and ideally confirming some truth of who we are as human beings. He elaborated that stories are who we are and our affirmations that lives have meaning. To catch the interest of the reader, Stanton proposed the unifying theory of 2+2 to make the audience put the story together. According to him, to make the story interesting, dont give them four, give them 2+2. He justified that it is this lack of absolute information that makes a story interesting in the same manner that we like puppies because they cannot complete express what they are thinking... Teacher...
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...Annotated Bibliography [Coarse Annotated Bibliography Source Barker, G. (2006). The agriculturalrevolution in prehistory: why did the. New York: Oxford University Press. The author of the book The Agricultural Revolution in Prehistory is one of the widely known archeological researchers. It will not be incorrect to state that he has a professional background that is relevant to the research of archeology that makes his research work quiet credible at the same time. The source taken under consideration for this paper is regarding the communities that have been long researched and debated by a large number of archeologists and sociologists. The fact remains...
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...Annotated Bibliography Order No. 282548 No. of pages 1st 6530 Boswell, W. “The World Wide Web: How The World Wide Web Has Changed Society”. About.Com. Retrieved on March 11, 2009 from http://websearch.about.com/od/whatistheinternet/a/usewww.htm This source – “The World Wide Web” or as it is more familiarly known as “www” is a good information portal where one could identify and refer to resources through global identifiers known as “Uniform Resource Identifiers” (URI) Though most often it is wrongly thought to be analogous to the whole Internet system, it is in fact an important subset of it. The primary purpose of the www is to enable internet users to access other...
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...Annotated bibliography: The use of Composites in Aircraft Design Annotated bibliography: The use of Composites in Aircraft Design Kassapoglou C. (2011). Design and Analysis of Composite Structures: With Applications to Aerospace Structures. New York: John Wiley & Sons. This is a book that has been used to extrapolate on the extent of using composite materials in making aircrafts. The use of robust design in using such materials has been used to extend the technology to better levels. Since it involves mathematical variables and use of experiments, it is an acme of technological advancement. Baker A. A. and Dutton S. (2004).Composite Materials for Aircraft...
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...Annotated Bibliography: Current Dental Public Health Issues Alexander Heatrice DDS A.T. STILL MPH736.4 Introduction to Dental Public Health October 15, 2011 Annotated Bibliography: Current Dental Public Health Issues Module 4 Articles: Annotated Bibliography Kaplowitz, G. J. (2011). An update on the dangers of soda pop. The Dental Assistant, 80(4), 14- 16. Keywords: Demineralization of teeth enamel and dental caries Kaplowitz was the Chief Dental Officer of the U.S. Coast Guard and currently has a private practice in York, Pennsylvania and a dental consulting practice in Baltimore for product development and research. The author...
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...Annotated Bibliography Machiavelli, Niccolò, The Prince. Aaron Smith, Trans. Chicago: Chicago UP. 1955. Print.This work, written by Nicholo Machiavelli, an important thinker in Reneissance Florence, outlines the steps that a Prince, or leader, should take in establishing and holding power. This work is famous for its somewhat amoral tone, being more interested in outlining how the prince should maintain and control power than what is best for the population he is controlling: the underlying belief seems to be that instability in leadership is worse than a prince that will do what needs to be done to maintain control. Tebeaux, Elizabeth, and Sam Dragga. The Essentials of Technical... Prof’s Annotated...
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...ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY Annotated Bibliography on Leadership and Gender Annotated Bibliography on Leadership and Gender Reference #1 Condren, T., Martin, B. N., & Hutchinson, S. (2006). What Does Emotional Intelligence and Gender Have to Do with Leadership Effectiveness .or Does It? Advancing Women in Leadership, 21(2), 10-27 Summary Beginning with the assumption that high Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is a quality found in most effective leaders, the researchers attempt to analyse data taken from participant responses to the QueenDom's Emotional Intelligence (EIQ) and the Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI) to evaluate perceived leadership effectiveness of principals in a American... ?Running Head:...
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...Annotated Bibliography Lecturer(s Toni Unit s Essential Academic Skills Unit s Outcomes assessed: Learning Outcome 2 issued: Date submitted: 28th April 2015 Date due: Word Count: 646 Student candidate number: 13012636 Location: Moray College Elgin Programme: HNC Care and Administrative Practice Submitting your assessment: Declaration of originality and authorisation to hold this assessment electronically and verify that it is original:   UHI recognises that plagiarism, where deliberately engaged in, is unacceptable and is considered serious academic malpractice. Students are responsible for ensuring the work they submit is their own. If you have any queries you should contact your Tutor... ...
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...Annotated bibliography: Hurston, Zora Neale. Their Eyes Were Watching God. New York: HarperPerennial, 2006. In “Their Eyes Were Watching God”, Hurston points towards the way women particularly from the African American origin were treated and used by men in the conservative male dominated society in the first half of the twentieth century. The original publication of “Their Eyes Were Watching God” can be traced back to 1937. (Small and Valenza, n.d.). Janie is an African American girl who is desperate for gaining self identity and discover love in the highly sex-driven, racist and extremely conservative American society of the 1930s. Janie is married to a rich man, Logan....
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...Annotated Bibliography on How Smartphones Improve Lives of Americans Shane, Brian. "Smart Devices Make for Smart Kids." SIRS 2012. The author talks about the usefulness of Smartphones in class. This is because most schools in America are now letting students access Smartphones in class. Smartphones assist the students to take class work photos, set reminders and look up the meanings of words. A student interviewed by the author confided: “My education becomes something I walk around in my pocket”. Students who do not have Smartphones are allowed to work in groups with those who have them. Laptops are also included in this category. The author asserts that the number is expected to grow given...
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...Annotated Bibliography Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal. Bradford, England: Emerald Group Pub, 2010. Internet resource. Top of Form Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Emerald Group Publication 2010 Bottom of Form This article primarily focuses on equality amongst people based on creed, cast, gender and race. This scholarly journal sheds light on why gender equality is important at a large scale, how enabling diversity can help cut down gender inequality and make people of various genders work inclusively together as one collective team. I believe this source is highly significant to my paper because this scholarly reviewed journal article focuses... Gender Equality: Annotated ...
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...ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY Data Quality Standards: Annotated Bibliography of the of Dimick, C. (2010). Quality Check: An Overview of quality measures and their uses. Journal of AHIMA, 81(9), 34-36. This article emphasizes the necessity of quality of servicing in the health sector. Measures like pay-for-performance have enhanced the use of quality measures to record the performance of a physician as well as a whole caring facility. So it is expected that with time the interdependency of reimbursement on such quality measures will increase. Institutions like Centre for Medicare and Medicaid are starting to implement these measures in association... Head: DATA QUALITY STANDARDS: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY Data...
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...Annotated Biblography of Annotated Biblography Nielsen, J. January 4). Usability 101: Introduction to Usability. Retrieved May 22, 2015, from nngroup: http://www.nngroup.com/articles/usability-101-introduction-to-usability/ Usability refers to the qualitative aspects of the website. It means assessing the easiness of user interfaces. The five important components of usability are: Learnability: how quickly the users get used to, to the design of the website. Efficiency: how easy it is to perform the tasks on the website. Memorability: how easy it is for users to memorize the design if they visit the website after a long period. Errors: what is the...
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...Annotated Bibliography: Myths about Seasonal Influenza Vaccine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “Seasonal Influenza: The Disease.” 8 Sept. 2009. Web. 05 Nov. 2009. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provided the credible and most authoritative source for seasonal influenza. The site provided critical, relevant, and updated information about the disease, the viruses, symptoms and severity, and how the flu spreads, among others. The CDC emphasized that ““influenza (the flu) is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses. It can cause mild to severe illness, and at times can lead to death. The best way to prevent the flu is by getting...
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...Annotated Bibliography Gitlin, T. (1980). SDS in the Spotlight, Fall1965. In T. Gitlin, The Whole World is Watching: Mass Media in the Making and Unmaking of the New Left (pp. 78-123). Berkeley: University of California Press. Chapter three of the book addresses the issues of media and SDS. In the fall, as addressed by the author, several challenges existed for both the SDS and the media. The media created a different image of the SDS movement which made the group struggle to repossess its image. Media facilitate the attack by the Johnson administration on SDS. The chapter focuses on two main events namely; international Days of Protests of October 15th and 16th, as well...
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...Annotated Bibliography Bancroft, George, and Russel B. Nye. The History of the United s of America from the Discovery of the Continent. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1966. Print. In a comprehensive summary, rich in vital details, the author lays out the turning point in history that came up to build the American society either politically or socially since its founding. The focus of this source is the civil war that pitted the confederates from the south and the union forces. It gives more emphasis to the reasons for the civil war and what both sides fought four. Reasons to why the north won and the south lost are given in this source as well as post-war alignment. This...
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...Annotated Bibliography Annotated Bibliography Summary Sajeda Amin and Nagah H. Al-Bassusi conducted research named “Wage Work, Marriage: Perspective of Egyptian Working Women,” and in this research they tried to figure out the perception of employed women of getting involved into a marriage along with work in modern day Egypt while the researchers were well aware that the age at which women were marrying was increasing (Amin and Al-Bassusi, 2004, p.1287). The researchers assert that women who are in their early ages in the region of Egypt get an education and work and give less importance to marriage as compared to the women belonging to the same age group...
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...Annotated Bibliography Annotated Bibliography Summary Hoda Rashad in her articles“Demographic Transitions in Arab Countries: A New Perspective” argues that the previously held perception of Arabic nations are practicing high fertility is challenged when in-depth analysis is conducted (RASHAD, 2000, p.83). It was previously believed that fertility rates were quite high in Arab nations even though other regions were practicing decrease in fertility. It was even suspected that the fertility rates among Arab nations declined much later as compared to other nations. Research conducted by Rashad shows that changes in the rate of fertility has occurred in all...
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...Annotated Bibliography Annotated Bibliography Baicy, K. (2005). Can Food Be Addictive? Insights on obesity from neuroimaging and substance abuse treatment and research. Nutrition Noteworthy, 7(1), 1-7. This article explores the different causes of reward deficiency syndrome and its implications. The study reveals that the condition mainly arises as result of both environmental factors and genetic predisposition. Patoine, B. (2012). Desperately seeking sensation: Fear, reward and human need for novelty. Dana Foundation. Retrieved from http://www.dana.org/media/detail.aspx?id=23620 This article establishes why people some people fear inducing thrills...
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...Annotated Bibliography Annotated Bibliography Introduction Social identity theory begins in the work of communal categorization. Thetheory compares to the identity theory on several aspects with both of them seen to have developed many separate agenda, foci and traditions of work. Social identity theory refers to a premise of group membership and behavior. It is as a sub-theory of the cognitive theory and explains how individuals are able to make sense of themselves and other people present within their social environment. The theory argues that people can derive part of their identities from their membership and the individual interaction with other groups. The theory profoundly affects... Bibliography ...
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...Annotated Bibliography: Dental Care Access to Underserved Children Alexander Heatrice II A.T. Still MPH 796a Community Based Programs Dr. Jeffrey Chaffin December 8, 2011 Annotated Bibliography: Dental Care Access to Underserved Children Governor’s Task Force on Children and Oral Health. (2009). Final report. Oklahoma Dental Association. Retrieved from http://www.dentist.state.ok.us/DentalReport2009.pdf Keywords: Children, oral health, Oklahoma, access to dental care, oral health education and prevention. This report prepared by the Governor’s Taskforce on Children and Oral Health reveals that the rate of dental caries among third grade children in...
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...Annotated Bibliography Annotated Bibliography Summary Hoda Rashad in her articles“Demographic Transitions in Arab Countries: A New Perspective” argues that the previously held perception of Arabic nations are practicing high fertility is challenged when in-depth analysis is conducted (RASHAD, 2000, p.83). It was previously believed that fertility rates were quite high in Arab nations even though other regions were practicing decrease in fertility. It was even suspected that the fertility rates among Arab nations declined much later as compared to other nations. Research conducted by Rashad shows that changes in the rate of fertility has occurred in all...
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...ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY Muntingh, J. A. (2007). The Fraud Exception in the Context of Documentary Credits: A Comparative Study of the Remedies in Various Jurisdictions. LL.M dissertation, Journal de Stellenbosch University, ProQuest, 4 (3), 43 - 55. The author, a renowned banking legal aid for a number of international banks reviews the legal liability of dishonor of checks. From the perspective of the athour, dishonor of checks continues to be a major challenge in the United States and other parts of the world because the legislature have refused to see the offence as a criminal liability but a civil one. To this end, the author contends that legal sanctions that have been...
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...ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY Taylor H. Cox, S. A. (1991). Effects of Ethnic Group Cultural Differences on Cooperative and Competitive Behavior on a Group Task. The Academy Of Managment Journal .  Purpose: There have been a lot of claims regarding the benefits of cultural diversity to an organization. However, empirical investigations of the effects of cultural heterogeneity in organizations don’t exist. Most of the literature out there emphasizes more on age and tenure and conveniently ignores the dimensions of race and ethnicity deficit in organizational demography. This study seeks to bridge this deficit .  Design/methodology/approach The study explored the hypothesis that due to differences... BIBLIOGRAPH...
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...Annotated Bibliography Daniel R. Jones-White, Peter M. Radcliffe, Ronald L. Huesman Jr., John P. Kellogg, Redefining Success: Applying Different Multinomial Regression Techniques for the Study of Student Graduation Across Institutions of Higher Education, Research in Higher Education, March 2010, Volume 51, Issue 2, pp.154-157. The article tackles a perceived flaw in standard evaluations of student success. Moving away from binary all-or-nothing classifications of ‘graduate’ or ‘drop-out’, Jones-White et al device a more sophisticated method. Through the analysis of data from the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC), the method takes into account retention and...
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...Annotated Bibliography Walden Ackerman, E. . Forrester Analyst Warns Googles Service Woes Could Affect Its Valuation. Retrieved from http://www.forbes.com/sites/eliseackerman/2012/10/23/forrester-analyst-warns-googles-customer-service-woes-could-affect-its-valuation/ In this web article, Ackerman points out that customer experience and an organization’s market valuation have a direct link. Further, the author notes that there is an exception to this notion in the case that customers of an organization feel trapped by lack of competition. The author notes that this exception applies in the case of Google since it has no real competitors. The source further reveals that self service... Number and...
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...Annotated Bibliography al Affiliation Human Resource-Annotated Bibliography Lockwood, N. R. (2003). Work/life balance: Challenges and solutions. Research Quarterly, 1-12. In this article, Nancy Lockwood, analyses the issues and solutions associated with work-life programs. The author begins by noting that work-life is increasingly becoming an issue of concern in the workplace. According to the author, the increased commitments and responsibilities that conflict with each other has resulted in increased clamor for the creation of a work-life program in an organization. In her analysis, Lockwood noted that global competition; increased aging workforce and increased interest in family... Human...
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...Annotated Bibliography Mishra, Satchidananda, Michael Pecht and Douglas Goodman. "In-situ Sensors for Product Reliability Monitoring." CALCE Electronic Products and Systems Center; **Ridgetop Group, Inc. (2012): 1-10. Print. Mishra, Pecht, and Goodman’s article In-situ Sensors for Product Reliability Monitoring discusses the advantages of prior prediction of reliability of a product in this case semiconductor devices. According to the article, reliability is “the ability of a product to perform as intended (i.e., without failure and within specified performance limits) for a specified time, in its life cycle application environment” (Mishra, Pecht, and Goodman 1). By...
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...Annotated Bibliography Johnston, K. . How to Incorporate MotivationTheories in the Workplace. Azcentral. Retrieved 14 November, 2014 from, http://yourbusiness.azcentral.com/incorporate-motivation-theories-workplace-4118.html The author asserts that different motivational theories are not only used in the seminars and classrooms. They can also be sued in making a business stronger. Once a manager understands what motivational theories entail of, they can organize and strategize on how to use them in their work places. Moreover, Johnston (2014) states that moving from one theory to practicing it can have challenges to an individual. On the good side is that it may reward... Theory Annotated Bibliography...
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...Annotated Bibliography Annotated bibliography Cooke, M., Moyle, W., Beattie, E. J., Klein, B., Cook, G., & Gray, C. (2013). Exploring the effect ofc ompanion robot on emotional expression in a pilto randomized controlled trial. journal of gerontoloical nursing , 46-52. The source compares the effects of companion robots by investigating the interaction of the participants. The source aims to study the emotions of people group with the severe dementia. The study of the source aims to analyze the behavior of the patient with the relation of pilot randomized controlled trail. The source of the study allows analyzing the behavior of a patient from several...
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...Annotated Bibliography Affiliation Annotated Bibliography Bergman, B., & Klefsjo¨, B. “Quality from Needs to Customer Satisfaction (3rd ed.)” Lund: Student literature. The book studies the quality movement from a holistic outlook by providing practical examples that are blended with an inclusive and systemic synopsis about the Japanese industrialists. The authors illustrate how the Japanese industrialists have approved and implemented the ideas of American experts without the knowledge that their methodologies are being exported to the U.S and the rest of the world by these expatriates. The book is divided into five parts with each section discussing a...
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...Annotated Bibliography EH 1020 November 22, EH 1020 November 22, Annotated Bibliography Adam Wagner (2012). Should gay marriage be legalized? UK human right blog, 8(15). 12. Adam argues that men and women of marriageable age have the right to marry ad to found a family. The article details agree with the arrangement of allowing gay marriage in the society today. Adam argues that a majority of religions in the world have considered gay marriage as a sin and unacceptable in the eyes of God. It is offensive and at the same time seen as stealing of religious freedom by accepting gay marriage, which is considered sinful. Adam mentions that gay marriage will not weaken the respect... Bibliography EH...
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...Annotated Bibliography 10 August Annotated Bibliography BBC News. March 12). Red meat increases death, cancer and heart risk, says study. Retrieved from http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-17345967. This article discusses the link between consuming processed and unprocessed red meat and the higher risk of death, cancer, and cardiac problems. The study discussed in this article shows the direct relationship of this consumption to the development of the said diseases, showing that saturated fat and high sodium content may be responsible for these effects. The study was conducted by researchers at Harvard Medical School... Harris Kamran English...
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...Annotated references Annotated references Article Concise overview This article by Riley and Roach (2006), presents thevalue of assisting teachers in developing theory and practice of an innovative curriculum model of staff development. In particular, the authors presents the model through a psychological process that teachers can learn, grow and later on teach children via the skills acquired. According to Riley and Roach (2006), the model entails creating trust on the leaner and initiating self-determination. Above all, this initiative aims at improving the general learning process and welfare of a child. Furthermore, it focuses on the quality of care in...
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...annotated bibliography describe sources that are core to a case study on the internal conflict that journalist face in the battlefield. Barnes, L., & others,. (2013). A trauma shake-up: Are NZ graduates being prepared for the real world?. Pacific Journalism Review, 19(1), 282. The researchers... Interpersonal Conflict in War Reporting Number Faculty Introduction The journalism field has the man to inform the publicof the happenings in the world. Many a time’s journalists face interpersonal conflict between their humanity nature and journalism ethics in war zone reporting. The modalities of the internal conflict include the desire to help and their mandate to be non-partisan in war reporting. The...
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...Annotated bibliography Wilson, Ward. Five Myths About Nuclear Weapons. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Internet resource. The author offers an insight into the misconceptions and myths that countries supporting nuclear weapons rely on. In the argument of Wilson, pg.43, in-depth knowledge of the realities that surrounding this sensitive subject is important to the governments and citizens. Wilson asserts that nuclear weapons are for mass destruction and the ultimate looser is humanity. It is worth to see how he defends the fact that traditional aspect of international relations and wars that have characterized world from ancient period explains the development of nuclear...
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...Annotated Bibliography Hussein QA, Anaya DA. Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections. Crit Care Clin Oct; 29(4 806. Hussein & Anaya (2013) define Necrotizing fasciitis as a necrotizing disease that involves the infection of any layer of the deep soft tissue compartment such as the dermis, subcutaneous, fascia or the muscle. They add that it is a very difficult disease to diagnose especially when in its initial stages. They further classify the disease into four types. Type 1 involves polymicrobial infection with aerobic and the anaerobic bacteria especially in patients immune compromised or chronic disease. Additionally, Hussein & Anaya (2013) on page 800 assert that there is...
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...Annotated Bibliography Annotated bibliography Introduction The developmental model of health and nursing is one of the models that describe concepts whose application in the nursing field can serve improve the wellness of an individual. Moyra Allen described the theories supporting the model in1996. The model is of Canadian origin, and is one of the models adopted by nurses in improving the efficiency of their services. The model highlights that families have potentials, assets, and strengths that can play a critical in improving health. According to this model, the role of the nurse involves the identification of potentials, assets and strengths within...
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...Annotated Bibliography of Middleware Architecture: An Annotated Bibliography 1. Banavar, G., Chandra, T., Strom, R., & Sturman, D. (1999). A Case for Message Oriented Middleware. LNCS, 1693, 1-17. The authors in this article allows the readers to evaluate the purpose of Middleware software in making message based applications for any sort of computing devices. The article draws the findings by giving contemporary examples of the software being used for instant messaging and telecom mutative messaging. The authors have also marked few limitations of the article in evaluating wholesome purposes of middleware software in generating software applications for computing devices... Middleware Architecture: An...
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...Annotated Bibliography - Walmart Thesis: this paper is set to examine some of the factors that have played a part towards the success and growth of Wal-Mart, a successful US company that a runs a chain of departmental stores in many countries across the world. It gives an annotated bibliography of some of the research works that have been carried out in the past about the success of this company; in this regard. It gives insight into the clientele group that the company serves including some of the approaches that the company has used in the past to guide it in its growth. In this research, I have examined various sources that contain valuable insights about the business model and management...
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...Annotated biography Enten, Harry. “Would Obama boost his re-election bid by backing weed?” The guardian, Accessed 31 July 2012, Retrieved from http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2012/jun/16/obama-reelection-marijuana-legalisation From the perspective of politics, this forms a much-needed research, which gives conventional information and knowledge about the use of marijuana. According to advocates majority of Americans are in support for the use of marijuana. This raises many questions whether the US president can use the bright opportunity for re-election. The article is important for my study as it gives detailed information inform of statistics in marijuana support. Subsequently... Task:...
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...Annotated Bibliography Bedau, Hugo Adam and Cassell, Paul G. (Eds Debating the death penalty: Should America have capital punishment? The experts on both sides make their best cases. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2004. This book is a compilation of eight carefully selected articles on death penalty written by experts: 2 judges, 3 practicing attorneys, 2 philosophers, and a governor. All specialize in criminal justice. Well-edited by experts from opposing sides: Bedau (against) – a national expert on death penalty, frequently summoned to Congress and many state legislatures to testify against death penalty1 and Cassell (in favor) – a law expert (judge and law professor... Full Submitted...
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...Annotated Bibliography Annotated Bibliography Annotated Bibliography Brooks, K. and Nafukho, F.M. (2006). Human resource development, social capital, emotional intelligence: Any link to productivity? Journal of European Industrial Training, 30 (2), 117-128. The authors of this journal article aim to provide a theoretical framework, which shows synchronization among organizational productivity, emotional intelligence, social capital, and most importantly, human resource development. The research also focuses on human capital, organizational performance, and productivity as important and applied concepts. The integrative approach that has been put forward in this article can be used... Running Head:...
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...Annotated bibliography Annotated bibliography Boli, J. (2005). Contemporary developments in world culture. International Journal of Comparative Sociology 46: 383-399. In the article, Boli (2005) argues that the world culture is rationalized and organized on various ideologies, such as human rights. Furthermore, the author contends that many human cultures remain unchallenged, particularly in the business environment. The author touts the value of rational culture and its value in allowing world systems to fit into another. This underscores the role of cultural awareness in allowing local business to adjust to international cultures... Importance of Cultural Awareness in Global Expansion Annotated...
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...Annotated Bibliography: how the media(social media aka facebook, blogs, interenet, celebrities) contributes to the growth of eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder. "Eating Disorders: How Social Media Helps Spread Anorexia And Bulimia In Young People." UK News and Opinion - The Huffington Post United Kingdom. Huffington Post, 13 Oct. 2012. Web. 19 Apr. 2013. . The article talks about how social networks can act as a medium for promoting the transmission of eating disorders. Furthermore, it quotes how users of Facebook have exhibited heightened level of self... Annotated Bibliography: how the media(social media aka facebook, blogs, interenet, celebrities) contributes to...
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...Annotated Bibliography LEARNING TO TEACH FOREIGN LANGUAGES: A CASE STUDY OF SIX PRESERVICE TEACHERS The main aim of the study is to determine the various basics involved in the teaching of foreign languages and how context affects the various meanings in different languages (Raymond, 2000). The study was performed by studying six pre-service teachers and the way the participants’ views were molded by their methods, experience and courses (Raymond, 2000). The research design was a qualitative case study as it enabled the researchers to gain a proper understanding of the situation and allowed for the discovery of new findings as there has been little previous research done...
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