Implementation of Politcal Power Strategy
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...?In our world, we are forced to deal with the politics of power. Power comes in two basic forms and we need to be aware of each in order to make headway in the modern world. Power has traditionally come through the control of the purse strings. The one who has the money has the power. The second controlling factor of power is the decision-making process. Those who have the responsibility for making decisions also have the power to motivate their underlings into a course of action. In this second form of power brokerage there might be more than one level of decision-making which would be represented by what is referred to as middle management. These middle managers are charged... our world, we are forced ...
Bibliography on Human Impact on Global Warming
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...?Annotated Bibliography Abernethy, V. (2000). Population politics. Piscataway, N.J: Transaction. In her book, Abernethy examines the economic, sociocultural and agricultural aspects that spurred population growth. As a disciple of Malthus, she elucidated how the environment is greatly affected by the spiraling growth of human population all over the globe. Achard, F., Eva, H. D., Stibig, H. J., Mayaux P., Gallego, J., Richards, T., & Malingreau, J. P. (2002). Determination of Deforestation Rates of the World's Humid Tropical Forests. Science, 9 (297), 5583: 999-1002. Retrieved from http://www.geog.umd.edu/homepage/ courses/372/fall08/articles/Achard%20science.pdf The quantitative study... Bibliography...
Teenage Pregnancy
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...?Teenage Pregnancy The purpose of this paper is to provide an annotated bibliography as a follow-up to the outline that I had prepared on the topic of teenage pregnancy. It is my belief that there is a significant economic burden placed onto the shoulders of teenagers who give birth that do not have a solid familial economic support system. As such this annotated bibliography will provide some information on what some other academic sources have to say about the issue. Moreover this paper will discuss the credibility of the outlined sources. One of the first main points that should be covered in this paper is to highlight what exactly would be the outcomes of somebody were to not get... Pregnancy The...
Gun Control: Right to Handgun Ownership
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...?Greenhouse, L. (2008). Justices, ruling 5-4, endorse personal right to own gun. The New York Times, June 27, 2008. The Supreme Court’s landmark ruling in District of Columbia v. Heller confirmed that the Second Amendment protects individual rights to own a firearm for personal use. By a 5 to 4 ruling, the Court found a constitutional right exists for an individual to have a loaded firearm in the home for the purpose of self-defense. However, this decision only applied to federal laws, not state or local laws regulating gun ownership. Therefore, the ruling was the beginning of litigation throughout the country regarding whether the Second Amendment protected the right of gun ownership... L. (2008)....
Implementation of Strategy and Power Politics
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... of the of the of the Submitted Implementation of Strategy and Power Politics Annotated Bibliography Guth, W.D & Macmillan, I.C. ‘Strategy Implementation Versus Middle Management Self-interest’. Strategic Management Journal, Volume 7, pp 313-327, 1997. Print. While there has traditionally been more emphasis on strategy planning rather than implementation, the author opines that middle management resistance and power plays can significantly impact the implementation of strategy and even the results achieved by an organization. The middle managers can be motivated or de-motivated depending on how much they believe the organization can achieve the planned outcomes, whether it is feasible... of the of the...
Objectivity and Subjectivity: Dating Stereotypes in How to Date A Browngirl, Blackgirl, Whitegirl, or Halfie by Junot Diaz
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... Objectivity and ivity: Dating Stereotypes “How to A Browngirl, Blackgirl, Whitegirl, or Halfie” is a short story by Junot Diaz that depicts stereotypes in the American dating scene. However, this story shows how men, who are portrayed here as those who understand more the concept of stereotyping, find themselves inferior to those stereotyped class. It is funny to note how these men find themselves controlled by their ideas on women, particularly in their search for intimacy. They base their actions on society’s oversimplified ideas and images of women belonging to specific races. Diaz provides what appears to be a “guide” in reaching physical intimacy with women, all the while highlighting... Objectivit...
Should juvenile offenders be tried and punished as adults?
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... of Lecturer 24 June Whether or not juvenile offenders should be tried and punished as adults The practice of trying and punishing juvenile offenders as adults is not consistent throughout all criminal justice systems as some systems still believe that juveniles should be tried in the juvenile courts no matter how grievous the crime might be. The perception in some justice systems is that trying children in adult courts would have an adverse effect on the children as they could likely have some sort of psychological problems. This paper would try to establish whether or not juvenile offenders should be tried and punished as adults. People that would likely benefit from this paper are lawyers...
Core stability and low back pain
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...?The Core stability and strengthening has become a well-known fitness and treatment of choice that has started to transcend into the sports medicine world. Popular fitness programs, such as Pilates, yoga, and tai chi follows core stability and strengthening principles. In addition, many institutions offers similar program to these already popular trend.  The core is consist of 29 pair of muscles (ie. rectus abdomilas, tansversus abdominis, quadratus lumborum, multifidi) that help to stabilize the spine, pelvis, and kinetic chain during movements.  Without theses muscles, the spine would become mechanically unstable.  When the system works as it should the result is proper force distribution... Core...
Criminal treatment
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... Crime and Treatment of Criminals: An Annotated Bibliography Abramsky, Sasha. "Is this the end of the war on crime?" The Nation 5 July 2010: 11-17. Proffered issues pertinent to the effect of state and federal policies on incarceration strategies as they impact criminal justice in contemporary times. As averred, the implementation of restorative justice models “putting offenders to work to repair the damage they caused the community rather than simply housing them in prisons” (Abramsky 12) is seen as a more productive option for the country, in general. The author is a veteran writer whose literary works include books, aside from regularly writing for The Nation. The credibility and validity...
Sociology of Families
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...?Published Article Osborne, C., Manning, W. D., & Smock, P. J. (2007). Married and Cohabiting Parents’ Relationship Stability: A Focus on Race and Ethnicity . Journal of Marriage and Family , 69 (5), 1345-1366. Purpose of Research: The basic question that authors ask is why union status differentials exist in family stability. The authors study and compare the family stability between married and cohabiting parents for a recent birth cohort of children by examining the factors that help explain the differential rates of separation, paying close attention to whether these processes differ by race and ethnicity. Research Methodology: The authors engage in an extensive literature review... Article Osborne, ...
Text Messaging and the Effects on Childrens Learning to Read
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...?Text Messaging and the Effects on Children’s Learning to Read Annotated Bibliography Aker, J.C., Ksoll, C. & Lybbert, T.J. (n.d ABC, 124: Can youtext me now? The Impact of a Mobile Phone Literacy Program on Educational Outcomes. Retrieved 06 May 2011, from http://mitsloan.mit.edu/neudc/papers/paper_197.pdf Examined the effect of literacy in mobile phones on the academic outcomes of selected students in Niger, considered one of the poorest countries in the world. The findings indicate a strong positive relationship between mobile use and improved academic performance, specifically in the area of mathematics. Though the results established clear links between academic performances through... Messaging...
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...?Understanding Absenteeism in the Workplace Annotated Bibliography DuBrin J. (2008). Essentials of Management. Mason, OH: Cengage Learning. Presenteddiverse managerial concepts deemed essential for students studying organizational management and behavior, with major topics such as the four functions of a manager’s job, cultural diversity, ethics and social responsibility, and enhancing personal productivity. The subject of absenteeism is discussed as a dilemma under excessive absenteeism traced from low motivation and evaluated under managing ineffective performers. The author is highly authoritative with a doctorate degree and has had vast numbers of books written on the topics... Absenteeism in the...
Review of Research Literature: Annotations
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...? Review of Research Literature: Annotations Sheila Cuffy Walden Review of Research Literature: Annotations Campisi, J., & Finn, K.  . Does Active Learning Improve Students' Knowledge of and Attitudes Toward Research Methods?  Journal of College Science Teaching, 40(4), 38-45.  This quantitative study examined 54 first-year students majoring in sports medicine enrolled in a required undergraduate research methods course during the spring 2009 semester. Each student was randomly selected. The students were administered a pre and post course Likert scale questionnaire to examine their attitudes and content knowledge for research methods. The authors contemplated that the lecture format has... Review of...
Quality Control
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...Rigoberto Baez Carter Humphery 20 November 2009 Annotated Bibliography Quality Control U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. “The Food Quality Protection Act (FQPA) Background”. Pesticides: Regulating Pesticides. Web. This is the law that covers safety regulations on use of pesticides for food production. It became effective on August 3, 1996, and was heavily supported by a broad coalition of environmental, public health, agricultural, industry group and the members of the Congress. The FPQA amended previous legislations and has set a “more consistent, protective regulatory scheme, based on sound science”. Particularly, FPQA adopts single health-based standards for all pesticides in all... Baez Carter ...
PSYCHOTROPIC MEDICATIONs used IN SCHIzOPHRENIA patients
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...References McCarty et. al., (1999), Schizophrenia, psychotropic medication, and cataract, http www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10 87, May 7, This article gives an overview of schizophrenia. The article proceeds to discuss the medications, and other types of treatment used for a person with schizophrenia. The article is from a .gov website. The article; therefore a reliable source. The reflection is to use this article in the final paper. Mental health medications, (N. D.), National Institute of Mental Health, http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/publications/mental-health-medicitions/complete-index.shtml, May 7, 2011 This article discusses the disease, and treatment. The article is from a .gov... McCarty et....
Water Pollution (what are the reason and what to do to keep it clear.)
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...Annotated Bibliography Agarwal, S. Water Pollution. APH publishing, 2005. 37-40. Print. Agarwal has provided comprehensive insight into water pollution, its causes, effects and control. In addition, this book provides ideas and reviews of ecologists on this global problem. Pollution management and common curative methods are also discussed in detail. Calhoun, Yael. Water pollution. Infobase publishing, 2005. 7-9. Print. Calhoun with her experience in environmental issues has shown major concerns about the availability of fresh water under growing industrialism and its resulting pollution. This book in simple language and style addresses qualities of water reservoirs. As compared to other...
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...Annotated Bibliography Chiang, Flora. (2005). “A critical examination of Hofstede’s thesis and its application to international reward management”. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 16(9): 1545–1563. The article aims at examining how cross-national settings impact employee reward preferences at the international level. Four hypotheses are to be tested in this regard. The research involved collecting primary data by surveying one industry – the banking industry. All levels of bank employees were issued with questionnaires. Samples of over 1000 respondents were drawn from four different countries including the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Finland and Canada. Over 1000 samples... Bibliograp...
Classical vs Modern Globalization
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... ical vs. Modern Globalization Dieter, H. (2002, August). Reshaping Globalisation: A New Order for International Financial Markets. Heribert Dieter has adopted a comprehensive approach to study the impact of modern globalization on the world economy. Dieter argues that current model of globalization has led to the deregulation and liberalization of financial markets, which are the major reasons of financial crises. He found in his research that three main areas influence financial markets are exchange rate regimes of developing countries, structure of international credit markets and International Monetary Fund. Since these areas have been shaped according to the modern model... ical vs. Modern...
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...Annotated Bibliography Children’s Literature Barne, Jennifer I. and Clark, Kathleen F. “Focusing Literature Discussion Groups on Comprehensive Strategies.” Reading Teacher, 62.1 (2008): 74-79. Web. 17 July 2011 doi: 1598/RT.62.1.9 Genre: Nonfiction Suggested Age Group: Adults Summary: This book is a wonderful book for helping teachers understand how to use discussion groups about the holocaust. It goes in-depth to what is important for children in these groups. Possible connection for children: This book has many ideas that can be used with children in ages 2-15 and provides very good information on how to deal with challenges that may occur in using discussion groups. Bogacki, Tomek... Bibliography...
How Educators Can Meet the Challenge?
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...How Educators Can Meet the Challenge? Annotated Bibliography Thornton, J. G. (2009). Learning English as a second language in South Korea: Perceptions of 2nd year college and university students and their English speaking instructors. The University of Southern Queensland. Retrieved from http://www.asian-efl-journal.com/Thesis/Thesis-Thornton.pdf. This research was directed at canvassing the opinions regarding the learning of foreign language of Korean English instructors and the second year students of English from the South Korean University. The researcher has analyzed their opinions in South Korean context and according to the rules of the Second Language Acquisition (SLA) theory, thus... Educators ...
The color purple; shades of gender discrimination
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...Annotated Bibliography Bates, Gerri. Alice Walker: a critical companion. Greenwood Publishing Group. Connecticut. 2005 Print. In this study, the author Gerri Bates analyzes the work of Alice Walker and considers it as an example of the struggles shown by African American women for Civil Rights. Her work not only shows a great passion for writing on chauvinism, sacrifices, inequalities and injustices endured just because of color or cast discriminations. Alice wrote “the color purple” with such an intense effect on the readers that actually engage and lets them feel the hurt or pain of the situation being told or specified in the story. Gerri Bates suggests that this aspect of Alice’s work... Bibliograp...
The history of the world football cup
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... s The History of World Cup Football “The Football World Cup- an Introduction”. bbc.co.uk. Web. 2 Apr. 2011. This BBC article discusses the origins of the football world cup, and gives a short history. The football world cup has it origins in the Olympic Football competition, which was held from 1900 to 1928. Great Britain won the tournament thrice, while Uruguay won it twice. Denmark, Belgium and Canada bagged one Olympic gold each. However, when FIFA was formed on 21 May 1904 it planned to conduct a tournament of its own. When the 1932 Olympics were awarded to USA in 1927, the IOC and FIFA had a major disagreement. Since football was not so popular in the US, no sound plans were made... s The History ...
Public Memory and Commemoration, Roadside Memorials
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...Should Roadside Memorials be Banned? An Annotated Bibliography n.a. (2005). “Row Over Dead Boy Memorial; Council Remove Roadside Tributes” Birmingham Evening Mail, 11. This article presents several of the negative responses of the victims’ loved ones to the attempt to ban roadside memorials. Some of them are claiming that it is not prohibited by the law to put flowers, posters, or pictures at the roadside. They claim that the policymakers’ reason that the memorial was a disturbance was untruthful. It is not the case, they say, since there are memorials which had been existing for months now but did not cause any problems whatsoever. They express repulsion and resentment to the banning... Roadside...
The Spread of Slavery: The Carribean and Carolina
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...ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY The Spread of Slavery: The Caribbean and Carolina American Anthropological Association (AAA). 1800s-1850s: Expansion of slavery in the U.S. Available at http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/24714472 (Accessed 22 October 2010). The American Anthropological Association (AAA) provided a discussion of the spread of slavery in the US during the 1800s until the 1850s. It is a narrative discourse which mentioned the Missouri Compromise “also referred to as the Compromise of 1820—(was) an agreement between the pro- and anti-slavery factions regulating slavery in the western territories” (AAA. 2008, par. 2). This agreement was replaced by a Compromise of 1850 which “admitted California... BIBLIOGRAP...
Plastic Pollution, Recycling
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...Your Full Your full 22 March Plastic Pollution & Recycling: An Annotated Bibliography Andrady, AnthonyL., ed. Plastics and the Environment. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2003. Print. This book is a compilation of essays and research done on plastics and its uses by various leading experts. Moreover, there is a lot of information about the link between plastics, in various forms, and their effect on the environment. It discusses the use and application of plastics in various industries – textiles, manufacturing as well as household. Additionally there is a lot of information about the behavior of plastics in the various environments in which they are used – outdoors, indoors, as well...
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...Sexual Predators in Cyberspace Annotated Bibliography Armagh, Daniel. “A Safety Net for the Internet: Protecting Our Children”. Juvenile Justice Journal, 5.1, (1998). Web. 12 July 2010. Daniel Armagh, the Director of the American Prosecutors Research Institute’s National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse evaluates the rocketing growth of child pornography in the United States. According to him, the situation is attributed to the absence of parental restriction and law enforcement on the use of internet. The article is an authentic source for professionals who are involved in the investigation... Predators in Cyberspace Annotated Bibliography Armagh, Daniel. “A...
Economical Impacts of Earthquakes on Society
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...Okuyama, Yasuhide. "Modeling spatial economic impacts of an earthquake: input-output approaches." Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal 13.4 (2004): 297-306 This article discusses the various statistical techniques that can be used to measure the economic impact of earthquakes. This paper further discusses the various approaches that have been already adapted to measure the economic impact of earthquakes on the society including input-output analysis. This paper however attempts to perform the spatial analysis of the issue and discusses as to how the impacts can be measured over some space and time. Patel, Shirish and Aromar Revi. Recovering from Earthquakes. New Dehli...
Annotated bibliographies for 3 journal articles
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...Annotated Bibliography (Article from the ial reading list) Study of social sciences is an interesting subject with its vast scope and transient nature. It is the study of man and the society that he lives in. Within its scope also comes the various rules and norms on which the society as whole works. The study of social sciences is interesting in the sense that it keeps on changing with time, adjusting itself to the prevalent norms of the present period. This article deals with the study of various social issues like immigrants, racial discrimination and social transformations, that have been a problem from times immemorial, yet continue to challenge us even today. It is time that we take... Bibliography...
Communication
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...The Impact of Gender on Interpersonal Communications The gender difference has been seen to create communication difficulties and misunderstandings in interpersonal communication. But there are also certain values and qualities attributed to gender by researchers when it comes to interpersonal communication. It has been inferred by many researchers that in interpersonal communication, “empathy, listening skills and sensitivity to interpersonal differences and the ability to give effective and constructive feed back” are feminine in many national cultures (Hofstede, 1980 as quoted by Barret and Davidson, 2006, p.38). Barret and Davidson (2006, p.38) have also observed that gendered thinking... Impact of...
Night by Elie Wiesel
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...Explain how Eliezers relationship with his father changes throughout Night. Explain their relationships connection to the ities at the camp andEliezers relationship with his highest authority (God)?                      The entire world was shuddered and harmony of the world fell far apart with the fierce outbreak of the World War II. The history of humanity witnessed the most violent manslaughter in this war harnessed with a completely cruel game of power. Several modes of expressions found their ways through literature, films, and poetry. However, two genres established a new history through their unique way of representation- autobiography and memoirs. Night by Elie Weisel is a work... how Eliezers...
Shakespeare's sonnets 18 and 130
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... Shakespeares sonnets 18 and 130 Is beauty an immortal ideal, or is it vulnerable to time? Beauty of thoughts is considered to be an eternal beauty in which Shakespeare has tried to chain everything that he had admired in his entire life. But when a human feature of beauty is compared with an element of earth as done by Shakespeare in his sonnets, the beauty becomes vulnerable to time. This is due to the fact that if a sonnet 18 has been written for Shakespeare’s friend, it was observed that the features of beauty were compared with the features of worldly, such as summer. Season seems to change and as seasons would change, the beauty of his friends will also become vulnerable to passing... Shakespeares ...
Annotated bibliography/ Intelligence and Emotional development and self-esteem
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...Annotated bibliography/ Emotional development and self-esteem Annotated bibliography/ Emotional development and self-esteem Emotions are complex psychological experiences of an individual whereas self esteem is the self opinion, confidence and value as a person, possessed the person himself. Emotional development and self esteem are interlinked. Feelings or emotions normally involve psychological elements which can affect the behavior of a person. Emotional development, intelligence development, social development and the development of self esteem normally go hand in hand so that the child development is in the proper track. Lack of development in any one area of the above mentioned four... bibliography...
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...Annotated Bibliography Crawford, John. The Last True Story Ill Ever Tell: An Accidental Soldiers Account of the War in Iraq. Riverhead Trade, 2008. This story is a literary breakthrough for the American soldier. John Crawford started blogging in Iraq. When he returned, Crawford wrote a brutally honest story about Iraq. From the blood, inept commanders, and the Iraqi’s distain, Crawford tells the truth. Forget all the propaganda being spewed about the war, Crawford tells it like it is. Those in the favor of war and those against it will find this novel revealing and a good read. Felski, Rita. Literature after Feminism. Chicago: University Of Chicago Press, 2003. A comprehensive study... Bibliograp...
ESTELLE v. GAMBLE, 429 U.S. 97 (1976)
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... The Case of Estelle v. Gamble, 429 U.S. 97 (1976) Facts of the case This case involved participants in the Texas Department of corrections. The case was between an inmate by the name J.W. Gamble and Estelle in line with other fellow prison warden and medical officers operating in the prison. The case heard and determined in the Supreme Court of US. In this case, Gamble sued prison officials over allegations of breaching his civil rights by denying him fundamental medical treatment. Gamble sustained injury occasioned by bales of cotton which the complainant carried as part of work in the prison. He was then subjected to treatment of back strain as per the prisons’ policies while at the same... The Case...
Decline of Myspace
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...Annotated Bibliography School 11/14 Chmielewski, Dawn C. and Sarno, David. “How Myspace Fell Off the Pace.” latimes.com. June 17, 2009. The Los Angeles Times. Web. Retrieved Nov 14 2011: http://articles.latimes.com/2009/jun/17/business/fi-ct-myspace17 This article considers the relationship between the rise in popularity of social networking rival facebook and the corresponding decline of myspace users which now threatens to bankrupt the company entirely. Hudson touches on numerous factors contributing to the overall decline of the company and how business and employees have been and will continue to be affected by the shifting fortunes of the company. The author explores the experience... Bibliography...
John F. Kennedy
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...Biographical Sketch of John F. Kennedy Introduction John F. Kennedy or John Fitzgerald Kennedy, popularly known as Jack, was the 35th President of the United States of America. He served the nation from 1961 till 1963, the year he was assassinated to death. Life of John F. Kennedy is full of struggle and high-spirited occasions which truly celebrate the American life and culture. The embodiment of charm and elegance of democratic spirit made Kennedy one of the most popular icons in the United States even after few decades of his death. A detailed trajectory through his life will definitely help to understand the incidents and course of Kennedy’s life that made him ephemeral and universal... Sketch of...
Problems Publlic Schools Face Across the Nation
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... Problems public schools face across the nation Long, Doctor. Hard Times At Douglass High. New York: Kindle Books, 2008. Print. Frederick Douglass High school is among the oldest black schools in the United States of America. In the documentary, “Hard times at Frederick Douglass High school,” it is emotional, disturbing, and depressing to watch as video unfolds the challenges that public schools in America are facing. Griffith, Kenneth. Douglass High School: Maryland Historical Society. Web. Retrieved 26 October 2011. . Attending class sessions depends on the mood of the student. They decide whether to attend classes or stay at home since nobody even the parent’s cares about education... Problems...
Nanotechnology
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...Na chnology Now http www.na ch-now.com/ Lundquist, Brian (Publisher), Rawstern, Rocky (Editor), Varga, Bo (Reporter), Epstein, Ken (Reporter), Liu, Lerwen, PhD. (Reporter), Bergeson, Lynn L. (Columnist) Updated: November 8, 2011. Accessed: November 9, 2011. The purpose of the site is to provide a portal for imparting the basics of nanotechnology, the related issues, news, events and general information. The editor of the site, Rocky Rawstern, received “2005 Foresight Prize in Communication” for his efforts in maintaining this informational portal. I am recommending this site because it provides an easy to use and active forum to discuss and present information related to nanotechnology... chnology Now...
SIDS
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...Dustin Falk and Annotated Bibliography Ackerman MJ, S. B. (2001). Postmortem molecular analysis of SCN5A defects in sudden infant death syndrome. PubMed , 286(18):2264. This article presents an analysis of a study carried out on the postmortem analysis of the SCN5A in sudden infant death syndrome. According to the article, defects in SCN5A might be a causative agent of the sudden infant death syndrome. According to the article, nearly two percent of this prospective, cohort of SIDS cases that is population-based had a particular SCN5A channel defect, which suggested that mutations in the channels of cardiac ions might give a mortal arrhythmogenic substrate in some of the infants at risk... Falk and...
Miami Dade Police Questionnaire
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...Research s and the Annotated Bibliography Double –entry research log entry for “Miami Dade Police Department Questionnaire” by Anonymous March 17, 2011 MDPD,. "Miami Dade Police Questionnaire." Chapter 32 Part 1 Enforcement Profiling [CALEA 1.2.9]. (2011): Print. Reading Notes -racial profiling is the reason for the interview -a well worded questionnaire -A brief section of concise terminology clarifying definition and intent attached -Clear intent to stamp out blatant racial profiling -positive response from interviewee, clarity in responses Strong Response Notes An intense subject answered well Clarification of definition is very important The intent is clear, and motivations...
Implementation of strategy power politcal
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... of the of the of the Submitted Implementation of Strategy and Power Politics Annotated Bibliography Guth, W.D & Macmillan, I.C. ‘Strategy Implementation Versus Middle Management Self-interest’. Strategic Management Journal, Volume 7, pp 313-327, 1997. Print. While there has traditionally been more emphasis on strategy planning rather than implementation, the author opines that middle management resistance and power plays can significantly impact the implementation of strategy and even the results achieved by an organization. The middle managers can be motivated or de-motivated depending on how much they believe the organization can achieve the planned outcomes, whether it is feasible... of the of the...
Personal Responsibility
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...Annotated Bibliography Brown, A. (2009). Personal responsibility: why it matters. New York: Continuum International Publishing Group The book contributes to the debate about the personal responsibility and its implications to the contemporary world. The author insists that the success and failure of any person is in his own hands and he bears the responsibility for his end. The book explains the issue by looking at the philosophical theories and political ideologies. The book is very relevant source for the essay because it mainly focuses upon the topic of personal responsibility and provides significant explanation to basic concept of personal responsibility. The issue has been discusses... Bibliography...
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...Annotated Bibliography Luiselli, J et al. (2005). Whole-School Positive Behaviour Support: Effects on discipline problems and academic performance. Educational Psychology 25(2-3); Pp 183-198. The content of this article is directed towards teachers as well as all the stakeholders engaged directly with shaping the academic life of students. This article is highly relevant in the sense that it highlights various forms of discipline problems exhibited by children and above all it highlights key intention and prevention focused programs aimed at promoting improve academic excellence, moral and character development as well as acceptable social skills among students. The authors have highlighted...
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...Annotated Bibliography Task: Annotated Bibliography Bryan, C., & Anestis, M. . Reexperiencing symptoms and the interpersonal-psychological theory of suicidal behavior among deployed service members evaluated for traumatic brain injury. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 67(9), 856-865. The aim of this work is to expound on the interpersonal, psychological theory of suicidal intentions that the researchers have identified and established amongst the military personnel deployed into their stations. These personnel have had their brain trauma tested before deployment. The researchers begin by identifying a sample of military personnel and acquiring their results for disturbing brain injury... Bibliography...
Euthanasia should be legitimized because it is every beings right to die with dignity and comfort.
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...Annotated Bibliography II 18th February 18th February Annotated Bibliography II Cohen, J. S., Fihn, S. D., Boyko, E. J., Jonsen, A. R., & Wood, R. W. (1994). Attitudes toward assisted suicide and euthanasia among physicians in Washington State. New England Journal of Medicine, 331(2), 89–94. This is an interesting article that examines the attitudes of physicians in Washington state. A small majority believed that euthanasia, or physician-assisted suicide is morally justified. What is perhaps most interesting is to compare these results to those of the British study asking a similar question, suggesting that the US views are different to those expressed elsewhere in the English-speaking... Bibliography ...
Post-traumatic stress disorder among soldiers
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...Annotated Bibliography February 12, Annotated Bibliography Bryan, C., & Anestis, M. . Reexperiencing symptoms and the interpersonal-psychological theory of suicidal behavior among deployed service members evaluated for traumatic brain injury. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 67(9), 856-865. The aim of this work is to reports on the interpersonal, psychological theory of suicidal intentions that the researchers have identified and established among the military personnel deployed into their stations. The researchers begin by identifying a sample of military personnel and testing them on brain injury. They aim to explore the relation between the three IPTS components and PTSD symptoms... Bibliography...
Comparative Study of Different Bibliographical Sources for the Sonata by Paul Creston
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... Task Comparative Study of Different Bibliographical Sources for the Sonata by Paul Creston Sonata is instrumentation music of Italian origin. It places more emphasis in performance by playing instruments as opposed to singing. This music typically involves several movements, which can be three or four. Sonata involves use of a piano or saxophone while altering tempo and mood in performance. The three movements for this case include exposition, followed by development that involves use of keys in a specific manner. Lastly, recapitulation movement entails making minimal deviation from the original tone. The conducting of Sonata is normally small ensembles or solo to the audiences. According... Task...
Pre Hospital Care Treatment and Management
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...Annotated Bibliography on Readings about: Chronic Obstructive Airways Diseases and Pre Hospital Care Treatment and Management Barnett, Margaret. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease in Primary Care. Wiley Publication. (2006). The primary care given to patients undergoing difficulties of breathing and other matters concerning airway diseases involves serious focus upon the process by which the patients are taught how they should deal with the difficulties and how they are assisted to do so. Nursing intervention has a lot of importance concerning this matter. Considerably, it rests in the hands of the nurses how the patients would react on the process that is made for them to follow... Bibliography on...
The strategy of e-business
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...Strategy of E-business The specific article is Li (2004) ‘A holistic framework of e-business strategy’. This article considers e-business strategy from an overarching perspective. Specifically it argues that businesses should increasingly adopt a holistic business strategy. This strategy would additionally be dynamic and dialectical. The central argument of the study then is that the e-business environment has centrally shifted the nature business through network connections. These networks involve every level of the business environment, including customer interactions, supply chain management, and business to business relationships. Because of the nature of these networks... of E-business The specific ...
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...History of bankrupt companies Grade (26th, Nov. Altman, E. 1968. Financial ratios, discriminant analysis and the prediction of corporate bankruptcy. Journal of Finance 23 (4), 589-609. This article focuses on corporate bankruptcy, how it has evolved historically, and the factor models that have been used to predict it over time. The article analyses how corporate bankruptcy was traditionally assessed and predicted through ratio analysis, and how the practice have changed over time to encompass other complex but more accurate and reliable models. The article canters its study on the evaluation of the weaknesses associated with ratio analysis as an analytical technique for determining business...
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