German and Arabian Stereotypes
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...Arabian Stereotypes There are stereotypes between us Arabians and the Germans that are both similar and different. A stereotype is a basic conception based on popular ideas usually made by the media or experiences of others. The largest stigma that we have in common would have to be that we are we are murderers. Nazi Germany has a stigma that has cursed the country for six long decades. In relation, many foreigners believe Arabs to be terrorists because of what the extremists in the Middle East do and the amplifications of foreign media. The truth is Arabs are warm and well-cultured people. Both countries must deal with the ignorance of others and they need to work... ?XXX XXX XXX XXX German and Arabian...
Saudi Arabian Polical Economy
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...Arabian Political Economy There are several reasons why dynastic oil monarchies survive due to economic factors in Saudi Arabia. For example, the Saudi Arabia has strong friends in the Western countries especially the US that protects its interests through the provision of funds and military protection. Similarly, due to the nature of royal families, they occupy all significant ministries in the government. For instance, the ministries of armed forces, security, finance, provincial administration and the civil service are all reserved for the royal family. Additionally, the positions of the prime minster, foreign affairs, defense and interior ministry still belong to the royal members... Task: Saudi...
Political Analysis of Arabian Nights
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...Arabian Nights Arabian Nights is a collection of stories, both long and short that have had a great impact on the literary world, than any other piece of published work. Despite the Arabian Nights being a collection of Arabic stories, it has influenced the global platform in several aspects. The influence of this literature is felt in the economic, cultural and political developments of the 18th and the 19th century (Irwin, 246). Little was known about this collection of stories until 1706, when the first version of English translation was released. This version aroused a great interest in this piece of literature, paving the way for the...
MTV Networks: The Arabian Challenge
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...Arabian Challenge Question In the MTV Networks case study there was raised an important factor that has huge impact on international business – it is culture. Arabic culture is very different to the American culture. Arab society is much more conservative than the American or the European. Arabs have deep belief in God and they believe that practically everything in life depends on the God’s will (Higgins.org, n.d.). Such strong religious beliefs and values form society’s behavior, and therefore, have crucial influence on the consumer’s behavior, as it is in case of MTV. Justice and equality are also very important for Arabs. All the activities undertaken on behalf of the US... MTV Networks: The Arabian...
Saudi Arabian Oil Company (ARAMCO)
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...Arabian Society Introduction Saudi Aramco, previously known as the Arabian-American Oil Company (ARAMCO) was once the largest American enterprise outside of the US. With the discovery of oil in 1938, Saudi Arabia has grown wealthy from exporting oil which has become the mainstay of the Saudi economy. Saudi Aramco through its management of 98% of the countries oil resources (Jaffe and Elass 2007) has had a significant impact on the Saudi Arabian Society. Saudi Aramco has had a history of improving the lives of Saudis whose livelihood in the past were dependent mainly on agriculture, making oil a very important commodity in the Saudi Arabian economy. Oil currently... ? The Impact of ARAMCO on the Saudi...
Memoris of an arabian princess
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...Arabian Princess Gulf Politics Memoirs of an Arabian Princess In 1866, princess Salamah bint Said of Zanzibar resolved to elope with a Germany merchant and settled in Hamburg with her husband under a new name Emilie Ruete. In the same year, 1866, an autobiography was published arousing her childhood, youth and her new life in foreign country Germany. It offers comments and thoughts of several subjects revolving around her life in Sultans palace, to political schemes, family and personal experiences as a new immigrant faced with rigorous Europe inhabitants, climate and challenges. Princess Salamah was born and brought up in one of her father’s palaces... Qatar International Affairs Spring Memoirs of an...
Literature review saudi arabian culture
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...Arabian economy is experiencing a significant and marked period of social evolution. According to Ramady (2010) the structural characteristics of the Saudi economy continue to change. The field of education is demonstrating a willingness to address pressing social issues affecting women in particular, which had in recent decades been taboo or ignored. Most commentators agree that the establishment of solid education for both genders in Saudi Arabia is probably the key to “establishing a knowledge-based economy, opening up to the rest of the world by a process of inter-faith dialogue. Fostering a culture of moderation and dealing with other... ?The Status of Women in Saudi Arabia Introduction The Saudi...
MTV Networks: The Arabian Challenge.
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...ARABIAN CHALLENGE MTV, as part of its internationalization strategy, entered the Middle East market in late 2007. This was, perhaps, dictated by falling market share in the US. However, the channel enjoyed tremendous popularity worldwide and, more specifically, the Middle East. The Arab world was of special, strategic importance to MTV in view of its broad geographical expanse of 22 countries which was home to several world religions. A strong economy, it boasted of the world’s largest reserves of oil. A youth explosion of around 42% in the Arab nations, promised a whole, new world of growth. Faced with plateau-like growth prospects in the US and other markets, MTV was forced... ?MTV NETWORKS THE ARABIAN ...
MTV Networks: The Arabian Challenge.
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...ARABIAN CHALLENGE MTV, as part of its internationalization strategy, entered the Middle East market in late 2007. This was, perhaps, dictated by falling market share in the US. However, the channel enjoyed tremendous popularity worldwide and, more specifically, the Middle East. The Arab world was of special, strategic importance to MTV in view of its broad geographical expanse of 22 countries which was home to several world religions. A strong economy, it boasted of the world’s largest reserves of oil. A youth explosion of around 42% in the Arab nations, promised a whole, new world of growth. Faced with plateau-like growth prospects in the US and other markets, MTV was forced... MTV NETWORKS THE...
Political Analysis of Arabian Nights
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...Arabian Nights Arabian Nights is a collection of stories, both long and short that have had a great impact on the literary world, than any other piece of published work. Despite the Arabian Nights being a collection of Arabic stories, it has influenced the global platform in several aspects. The influence of this literature is felt in the economic, cultural and political developments of the 18th and the 19th century (Irwin, 246). Little was known about this collection of stories until 1706, when the first version of English translation was released. This version aroused a great interest in this piece of literature, paving the way for the...
MTV Networks: The Arabian Challenge
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...Arabian territory where it came face to face with the challenge of maintaining its brand image while making its content appear socially acceptable. The company faced the challenge when it had to broadcast foreign content without hurting the local culture of Arabia. No doubt, the public responded positively in early days but soon after that government intervened in order to regulate the affairs. The step was a necessary evil as MTV was carrying an American background because it was launched as a sole cable music provider in 1981 in the country. However, the channel knew the worth of Arabian market and therefore, it did not do anything... MTV’s Entry in Arabia: A Case Analysis MTV’s Entry in Arabia: A...
Saudi Arabian Airlines aircraft maintenance
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...Arabian Airlines Aircraft Maintenance Saudi Arabian Airlines Aircraft Maintenance Introduction Saudi Arabian Airlines is Saudi Arabia’s flag carrier airline. The airline was established in 1945, following a meeting between the founder of the Saudi Arabian kingdom, King Abdul Aziz Bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud, and Franklin D. Roosevelt, the then president of the United States. President Roosevelt gave the Saudi Arabian King a present of Douglas DC-3 Dakota, which the king turned into a national carrier. After realizing the need for the growth of economy and transportation of people and goods, the king decided to purchase more carriers. The base of the popular airline is in Jeddah. The airline... ? Saudi...
Project Management in Arabian gulf
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...Arabian Gulf Part A - Introduction The methods used by organizations in order to promote their objectives are not standardized.At the level of states, similar assumptions can be made, particularly when referring to activities that can appear in both the private and the public sector. In practice, this means that governments can adopt strategies used by organizations when having to implement plans of different characteristics. In regard to the management of projects the similarities between the private and the public sector cannot be ignored. Still, when referring to project management at the level of the state the following issues need to be taken into consideration... that the resources...
Abandoned Vehicle Problem: A Saudi Arabian Case
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...Arabian Case Abandoned Vehicle Problem: A Saudi Arabian Case Executive Summary This paper has been developed in order to study the problem of vehicle abandonment in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The method of intensive literature review has been deployed to study and shed some light on the possible solution of the aforementioned difficulty. The research suggests that government should take visible and measurable steps towards introducing recycling industry in the local economy. The economic development in the featured area is largely attributed to outsourcing of major operations such as oil extraction and purification. As previously outsourced industries are performing... ? Abandoned Vehicle Problem: A Saudi...
The mission of Arabian Gulf cooperation council
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...ARABIAN GULF COOPERATION COUNCIL (AGCC) Introduction In the modern world, there has been a lean on formation of trade blocks. Many countries in the world have come together to form trading blocks which acts as a platform for negotiation on matters concerning trade. Individual countries have found it difficult to air their voices in the world on matters concerning trade and trade blocks have been found to be more influential in making trade agreements. In Europe there it the EU, in America there is NAFTA, in Latin America there is the MERCOSUR, and in the Middle East there is the AGCC. The Arabian Gulf Cooperation Council is the economic and political forum that coordinates policy... THE MISSIONOF THE...
Communication of the Saudi Arabian Culture
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...Arabian Culture s Communication of the Saudi Arabian Culture Saudi Arabia is known to be one of the foremost sites for pilgrimage on this globe. It outstrips Jerusalem, the Vatican, Angkor Wat and all other religious venues (Lacey, 2009, p.12). More than millions of Muslims congregate to Medina and Mecca every year. Saudi Arabia does not allow its women to move around without a veil, and does the country itself has been hidden behind a veil of its own for a very long time. Robert Lacey (2009), an author based in Jeddah, penned down The Kingdom and Inside the Kingdom, in which he mentioned that American engineers were allowed to enter Saudi Arabia... Running Head: Communication Communication of the Saudi...
The Arabian Peninsula Country and Sovereignty
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...Arabian Peninsula Country and Sovereignty 0. Introduction: A Possible Situation in the Arabian Peninsula There is an initiative to consoli the Arabian Peninsula into a single country that proposed to be known as the Arabian Peninsula Country or APC. The proposed APC is being operated by an Islamic fundamentalist militarily regime. The regime has been recognized by most of the members of United Nation as a sovereign nation. The United States did not vote. The former countries of the Arabian Peninsula, Yemen, Oman, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Iraq, Jordon, Lebanon, and Syria no longer exist as nations. Israel remains the only separate country on the Peninsula. The new APC has over 25... ?The Arabian...
Diplomatic Challenges of the Arabian Peninsula
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...Arabian Peninsula, which is ruled by a king who combines legislative, judicial, and executive functions when administering the state. This state is unique in among the other kingdoms of the region because of the fact that it has embraced some form of democracy through the development of parliament and parliamentary elections. Although this country is often perceived to be a totalitarian state by many people in the world, its political system has worked for many decades and not only has it done this, but it has also led to a great deal of development for its people. In fact, it can be said that the political system that has developed... in power has been detrimental to the internal security of...
Internship experience at Arabian Building Chemicals factory
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...Arabian Building Chemicals factory. My major task was to determine the satisfaction level of the employees... ? Final Paper Internship Acknowledgements I would like to articulate my sincere gratitude to the ABC Company for giving me a potential opportunity tocomplete my 2 months of MBA internship with the organization. I am extremely thankful to Mr. Yousef Mohammad (Human Resource Manager of ABC Company), Mr. Mahfoz Salem (General Manager Of ABC Company), Mr. Adel Mahfoz (Sales Department Manager of ABC Company) and Mr. Mashoor (Law Department Manager of ABC Company) for guiding me throughout the internship period. Executive Summary The purpose of this report is to explore my internship experience at...
Learning Vocabulary for Saudi Arabian Students
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...Arabian - The grammar translation method (GTM) or the Communicative Language Teaching approach (CLT) 2. Aims This study aims to bring out the difference between the Grammar Translation Method and the Communicative Language Teaching approach and find out which one is more effective at the vocabulary level for Saudi Arabian students who study English as a second language in the first year at university/college. The paper will, therefore, explore the better way of enhancing the students' communicative competence and their ability to speak accurately and fluently in English. 3. Rationale There has not been enough... Research Proposal of the Project: Which is more effective in learning vocabulary for Saudi...
Employee Training in Saudi Arabian SME Firms
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...Arabian SME Firms Contents Project Executive Influence on Employee Training Effectiveness in Saudi Arabian SME Firms 2. Aims and Context of Project Investing in employee training is vital for all firms, especially small to medium sized businesses operating on a local market that is subject to the entry of multinational firms. Time and resources invested in employee training are beneficial throughout the organisation, through increased knowledge of the firm's objectives, principles and practices, and its current technology, Firms that invest in training for leadership and team-building contribute significantly to their organisational... Executive Influence on Employee Training Effectiveness in Saudi...
Health perception in saudi arabian youth
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...Arabian Youth Affiliation: BRIEF LITERATURE REVIEW Health perceptions are the opinions that peoplehave regarding their dieting, sleeping, working out and the overall association of these concerns with to their medical conditions. Overweight and obesity are health concerns related to dieting and lack of exercise, terminal diseases and STIs such as HIV and Gonorrhea are health concerns related to unsafe sex among the youth. Additionally, lung and throat cancers are health issues related with smoking of nicotine (Gonzalez-Quintela,et al. 2010). However, Saudi Arabian youth from Jeddah City have health perceptions related to being overweight due to body size as opposed to Body... Health Perception in Saudi...
Analysis of the Arabian Construction Companys Costs
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...Arabian Construction Company (ACC) implicit costs incurred are those for the payment for the premises it owns and are used for production, depreciation of its capital equipment is the other implicit cost. Implicit costs are calculated by finding the value of its opportunity cost which is another cost incurred by ACC due to its foregone investments. Other costs incurred by ACC are explicit costs due to the purchase of inputs externally for production and outlay cost as recorded in the firm’s books of accounts are also incurred by ACC. The costs above... . MC is equal to AC at the point of their meeting (Lychak, Tara, and Alvin, pg.47). ACC tries to minimize costs by cutting down on some of...
E-Learning initiatives in Saudi Arabian Universities
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...Arabian universities. This research will encompass an analysis of the available E Learning tools, its proliferation within Saudi Arabian academia, the future E Learning based projects and suggestions to implement its use in the future. In brief, the research will analyse the extent to which E learning tools and paradigms have been adopted by and implemented... Project Proposal To what extent do Saudi Universities Implement E Learning King Saudi and Imam Case Study Project Proposal The state of E learning initiatives in Saudi Arabia Universities: An Analysis of the present and suggestions for the future Title The research is aimed at analysing the state and extent of E Learning initiatives in Saudi Arabi...
Maritime Transportation in Arabian / Persian Gulf
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...Arabian Persian Gulf Introduction The fragile and vulnerable eco system of the Persian Gulf has been largely due to the environmental degradation caused by the accidental or deliberate oil spills caused by the oil producers surrounding the Gulf region. Background Sea Star Oil Spill The accident of Sea Star Super-tanker took place in 1971 due to its collision with Horta Barbosa, the Brazilian tanker in the Persian Gulf. Both the tankers caught fire due to the collision and Sea Star spilled about 35.3 million gallon of crude oil in Persian Gulf. Although rescue attempts for the Sea Star was made, the super tanker sank into the Persian Gulf after several explosions followed... ? Maritime Transportation in...
Saudi Arabian Dream and American Dream
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...Arabian Dream and American Dream It is undeniable that America has set the pace for other countries in many aspects especially in economic platform. However, not all aspects of the famous American dream match with other countries. Whereas Saudi Arabia shares some ideologies on the American dream, most of Saudi Arabia’s social and economic problems are different from the American dream and can therefore be assumed to be following a different model altogether. The most notable difference between Saudi and American economy is the fact that Saudi’s economy is largely based on oil, whereas America’s economy is much diversified. Therefore, Saudi’s economic model seeks to distribute wealth from one...
SAUDIZATION AND THE SAUDI ARABIAN KINGDOM DEVELOPMENT
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...Arabian Kingdom Development As a young wealthy nation, Saudi Arabia has a number of social and economic problems. It has ayoung population, many of whom are unemployed (Fakeeh, 2009). The country is highly dependent on a single resource which is oil and also relies heavily on imported labour to meet the necessities of economic expansion and the further development of the country. As a result, the Saudi government has developed a policy of ‘Saudization’ as a way of replacing expatriates with Saudi workers to solve the problem of unemployment (Fakeeh, 2009). The policy also represents a developmental necessity in the sense that it requires the Saudi government to commit... ?Saudization and the Saudi...
The description, feeding and threats of Arabian oryx
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...Arabian Oryx Introduction The Arabian Oryx is amongst the most rare mammals in the world. It is a captivating creature which equals to, possibly even exceeds, the camel in its capability to live without water. The Arabian Oryx, amongst all Oryxes, lives in the driest and hottest habitat; thus, having a lower level of water requirement is essential to survive in such a habitat. The Arabian Oryx is an elegant white antelope distinguished for its long unbowed horns. It has black markings on its face and legs and is of the size of a deer. It has reasonably long legs with wide hooves that help them in running in deserts. It possesses a splendid peripheral vision that helps... ?The Feeding and Threats Of...
Water Pollution in the Arabian Gulf (Persian Gulf).
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...Arabian Gulf (Persian Gulf) Table of Contents Introduction 3 Consequences of Oil Spill on Marine Life around Arabian Gulf 4 Components of the Gulf Coast Oil Spill 4 Vulnerability of the Marine Ecosystem Surrounding the Gulf Coast 6 Effects of the Pollution on Marine Ecosystem and Human Health 8 Role of Government in Cleaning Up Of the Wastes Caused By the Oil Spill 10 Cleaning Up Techniques Adopted By the Government  10 Successes of the Cleaning Up Strategies 13 Failures of the Cleaning Up Strategies 15 Role of the Community in Mitigating the Ill-Effects of Oil Spill Causing Water Pollution 16 Contribution of the Community in Governmental Clean-up Measures 16 Other Strategic... ?Water Pollution in the...
Arabs' Generosity and Hospitality in the Arabian Peninsula
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...Arabian Peninsula The Arabs have a unique race and a unique culture with many qualities that distinguish them from the rest of the world. The Arabian Peninsula accommodates the Arab countries and there is striking similarity in the culture, values, norms, trends and traditions of the people of these countries. One thing that particularly differentiates the Arab people from most other people of the world is their behavior. Some of the most outstanding and unique traits of the Arab customs are that they are very generous and hospitable. Being generous and extending good hospitality, to the Arabs, is a behavioral norm that is of immense value and is an intrinsic... ?Arabs' Generosity and Hospitality in the...
Determinants of Capital Structure of Listed Saudi Arabian Companies
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...Arabian Companies The capital structure of a firm is the relative proportion of borrowed capital in comparison to equity capital. The importance of investigating the implications of the level of debt in the financing of a firm’s operation is of importance because it has direct impact on the cost of capital of the company and therefore on the company’s bottom line. Although the business may be operationally efficient and cost-effective, the wrong capital mix could introduce unnecessary inefficiencies and costs that could undermine the firm’s profitability and success. This dissertation examines the capital structure of more than seventy publicly... ?Determinants of Capital Structure of Listed Saudi...
The Effectiveness of Internal Auditing in Saudi Arabian Local Government
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...ARABIAN LOCAL GOVERNMENT The Effectiveness of Internal Auditing in Saudi Arabian LocalGovernment Name: Institution: Course: Date: TITLE: THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INTERNAL AUDITING IN SAUDI ARABIAN LOCAL GOVERNMENT TABLE OF CONTENTS BACKGROUND/ INTRODUCTION ABSTRACT CHAPTER ONE JUSTIFICATION/ RATIONALE FOR THE STUDY PROBLEM STATEMENT OBJECTIVES FOR THE STUDY HYPOTHESIS CONTRIBUTION TO KNOWLEDGE CHAPTER TWO LITERATURE REVIEW BIBILIOGRAPHY CHAPTER THREE METHODOLOGY POPULATION SIZE AND TYPE SAMPLE DESIGN TOOLS FOR DATA COLLECTION CHAPTER FOUR DATA ANALYSIS DATA CLEANING, CLASSIFICATION, EDITING AND CODING DATA PRESENTATION CHAPTER FIVE REPORT... ?Running Head: THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INTERNAL AUDITING IN SAUDI...
Determinants of Capital Structure of Listed Saudi Arabian Companies
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...Arabian Companies The capital structure of a firm is the relative proportion of borrowed capital in comparison to equity capital. The importance of investigating the implications of the level of debt in the financing of a firm’s operation is of importance because it has direct impact on the cost of capital of the company and therefore on the company’s bottom line. Although the business may be operationally efficient and cost-effective, the wrong capital mix could introduce unnecessary inefficiencies and costs that could undermine the firm’s profitability and success. This dissertation examines the capital structure of more than seventy publicly... ?Determinants of Capital Structure of Listed Saudi...
Female Participation in Lessons in Saudi Arabian Universities
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...Arabian Universities. This is because research has shown that even though there are general problems with female education in Saudi Arabia, education in science is particularly worse. This is because there are only few females taking up courses in science4. As a matter of fact, even the few science students are inactive in class; always shielding into their quills and hardly making any contributions in class. This has contributed to low... 1.0 Introduction 1 Background to the Study Unlike what prevailed in times past about female education, girls and women in Saudi Arabia today have better chance of accessing education and the general quality of education for females in Saudi Arabia has been described as ...
E-banking in the Saudi Arabian banking sector
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...Arabian banking sector is taken under consideration. All the analysis is in light of the literature available with regards to the topics under study. 1-CUSTOMER SATISFACTION This part of the paper will focus on the wider definition of customer satisfaction which is acceptable amongst researchers, and further extending to include the concept of service quality, also highlighting the distinctness of both the constructs and the correlation amongst them. The last part of this section deals with defining and explaining the notion of service quality... ? Literature Review and Section # of INTRODUCTION In contemporary times, organizations are undergoing and ever-increasing awareness with regards to having good...
Saudi Arabian
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...SLIDE Saudi Arabia is the world’s largest exporter and producer of petroleum and the second largest producer of crude oil behind Russia. Oil exports earns the country 80 to 90 per cent of its total revenues. And forms 40% of the gross domestic product. The country is faced by the need for diversification in economy and increase in domestic energy demand, because of this it is committed to large-scale infrastructure investment on alternative energy sources to drive the economy and support the domestic business environment. Saudi Arabia authorities are therefore taking measures towards initiating renewable energy strategies (AL-Abbadi, 2005). SLIDE 2 Use of alternative energy has proved... Saudi Arabia is ...
What are the consequences of a state break-up in the Arabian Gulf? from USA prospuctive
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...Arabian Gulf Arabian Gulf or simply Arabia is located in the Southwestern region of Asia and comprises of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, the UAE, Oman and Yemen. Six out of these seven countries constitute the Gulf Cooperation Council or GCC. GCC provides coordination among the member countries and a platform to discuss state matters of military, economy and peace. The council was formulated in 1981 and was since then playing an active part in maintaining unity among the countries. It is the council’s duty to regulate matters like religion, finance, trade, tourism and administration. A joined military is yet another objective that has a dominant place... Consequences of a break-up in the Arabian...
What are the consequences of a state break-up in the Arabian Gulf? from USA prospuctive
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...Arabian Gulf Arabian Gulf or simply Arabia is located in the Southwestern region of Asia and comprises of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, the UAE, Oman and Yemen (Friedman, 2004). Six out of these seven countries constitute the Gulf Cooperation Council or GCC. It is the council’s duty to regulate matters like religion, finance, trade, tourism and administration. A joined military is yet another objective that has a dominant place in GCC’s agenda and has thus strengthened the Arabian Gulf. A problem persistently looms over the world in form of state breakup in the Gulf States of Arabia. If any of the States were to disintegrate into further states it would... Consequences of a break-up in the...
The Saudi Arabian 10th Five-Year Development Plan from 2015-2020
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...Arabian 10th Five-Year Development Plan from 2020" Introduction The South Arabian tenth five year development plan ranging from the year 2015 to 2020 emphasizes on providing more jobs and housing facilities to the citizens in the next five years. The council of ministers decided to improve the standard of living of the people by providing them the basic amenities required for leading a healthy and well maintained life. The ministers established both short term and long term economic objectives for promoting fiscal and monetary stability in the country and thus ensuring low and stable rate of inflation in the economy. It also focused on developing the small and medium sector enterprises... The Saudi...
An investigation into the impact of training on the staff Performance in Saudi Arabian Airlines
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...Arabian Airlines. Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Rationale: 3 Company Profile: 3 Aim: 4 Objectives: 5 Literature Review: 5 Research Methodology: 8 Scope: 10 Main Tasks: 10 Time Scale (Gantt chart): 11 Provisional Title: An investigation into the impact of training on the staff Performance in Saudi Arabian Airlines. Rationale: Implementing new procedures in an organisation requires proper planning. Training the staff regarding the new compliances requires a thoroughly chalked out schedule focusing on the training and development of the staff members. The human resource of an organisation is the backbone... of the organisation. Training and development of employees have direct...
How much volatility is the Saudi Arabian petrochemical industry exposed to
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...Arabian Shield Cooperative 5 Chart 622 5 Table 1: Total Ethylene Capacity of Saudi Arabia 6 Data Analysis and Interpretation 6 Regression Model Estimated for Deducing Security Market Line 6 Forecasted values of Market Returns, (K - Rf) and (RP – Rf) 6 Acknowledgment 8 Declaration 9... ? Table of Contents Chart Comparison between markets Returns and Stock Returns of Advanced Petrochemical Company 4 Chart 3: Comparison between Market Returns and Stock Returns of Methanol Chemical Company 4 Chart 4: Comparison between Stock Returns of Nama Chemicals Company and Market Returns 4 Chart 5: Comparison between Stock Returns of National Industrialization Company and Market Returns 4 Chart 6: Comparison between...
The opportunities and challenges that a Chinese firm faces while entering into Saudi Arabian market
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...Arabian market. It has been observed that retail industry in Saudi Arabia is one of the leading industries. China, on the other hand, possesses several challenges such as high congestion in the cities because of rising number of set ups of multi-national corporations and industries, giving rise to competition. Such challenges may force... ?International Business Executive Summary International business can be referred as processing of transactions in the countries abroad in order to satisfy individuals and organizations of home country. The main objective of the paper is to identify the opportunities and challenges that a Chinese firm which is into retail sector may face while entering into Saudi Arabian ...
Impact of cigarette packages warning labels on Saudi Arabian people and to what extent
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...Arabian government has put a lot of effort to combat this vise as it is spending a lot of money to treat chronic diseases that emanates from smoking (Shimp, 2007). In addition, the government is directing a lot of money which could have been used to finance infrastructural development projects towards rehabilitating those who wants to quit the behavior. In 2012, six Gulf States enforced a law to use... Cigarette Labeling al Affiliation: Cigarette smoking is the leading cause of preventable diseases and deaths in Saudi Arabia. The prevalence of smoking in the country stands at 21% males and 0.9 females. However, 78% of the smokers are young people who are at their middle ages (21-50 years). The Saudi...
Maternity Law Comparison: Saudia Arabian, International Law and the United States.
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...Arabian, International Law and the United s A Comparison Introduction: A decade into the new millennium and more and more women are looking for employment in Saudi Arabia. We are living in a modern time; there are economic pressures and extreme competitiveness for both sexes in the workplace. Saudi society is making a determined effort to be receptive to women in the workforce. Employers are also starting to recognize the inherent contribution women bring as employees into a job. It is, therefore, recognized that it is important for everyone especially women to know their rights under Saudi Law. Who is considered an employee under the law? The Saudi... ? Order 653997 Law 21 March Maternity Law: Saudia...
Saudi Arabian press during the occurrence of the events in Bahrain from 14th February to 16th March 2011
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...Arabian press during the occurrence of the events in Bahrain from 14th February to 16th March 2011. It aims to analyze the content of the press in Saudi Arabia with respect to the numbers of stories related to the Bahrain’s conflict, and the theme and tone of these stories. Content analysis, in relation to the Bahrain’s conflict, of the two leading Saudi Arabian newspapers namely, Alriyadh and Alyoum was carried out by employing a constructed week approach for the entire period of occurrence of these events. The results of this content analysis revealed that the coverage of the events in Bahrain by the Saudi Press was, to a great extent... ? This research paper investigates the performance of Saudi...
English as Foreign Language (EFL) teachers engagement with CALL: Saudi Arabian perspective
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...Arabian ESL es need to develop the best and quickest learning strategies available, by developing self-sufficiency in English. The relationship between self-efficacy and self-regulated learning in students is a good place to begin looking at how teachers can appropriately plan to meet the needs of all learners through dynamic instructional strategy. A research problem that can be recognized for the established ESL school system is that more focus needs to be placed on getting students familiar with technology and putting technology centrally in the classroom, even at the beginning ESL level, as many researchers in the current environment have observed computer... EFLPROP Research problems in Saudi...
The Role of e-Marketing in Customer Retention: A Comparative Study Between Saudi Arabian and British Organisations.
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...Arabian and British Organisations Table of Contents Introduction 3 Objectives 3 Literature Review 6 Methodology 7 Timescale 9 Limitations 9 Conclusion 10 References 11 Bibliography 13 Introduction It needs no introduction to say that the e-marketing has evolved as one of the most useful tools for today’s marketers. One simple reason behind such statement is the fact that the present age is ‘information age’ where individual’s daily life is significantly dominated by the different types of digital technologies. E-Marketing may be defined as the process of attaining various objectives that are associated... with marketing by applying various kinds of digital technologies (Dave, 2008). As far as...
A solution to improving the innovative and entrepreneurship environment in the Arabian Gulf
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...Arabian Gulf Table of Contents Chapter Introduction 3 Chapter 2 -The current environment in the Gulf of Arabia 5 Chapter 3 - Past models and ideas by philosophers and theorists 9 Chapter 4 - Current successful innovative environments 11 Chapter 5 - Current successful Innovative organisations and businesses 13 Chapter 6 - An overall model based on the research of successful environments and businesses 15 Chapter 7 - Interview and survey results from contacts 17 Chapter 8 - A model in the context of the Arabian Gulf 18 Chapter 9 – Conclusion 19 References 20 Bibliography 24 Chapter 1 - Introduction Entrepreneurs might... ?A solution to improving the innovative and entrepreneurship environment in the...
How much volatility is the Saudi Arabian petrochemical industry exposed to, with regard to market fluctuations? (writer 29512)
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...Arabian Shield Cooperative 5 Chart 622 5 Table 1: Total Ethylene Capacity of Saudi Arabia 6 Data Analysis and Interpretation 6 Regression Model Estimated for Deducing Security Market Line 6 Forecasted values of Market Returns, (K - Rf) and (RP – Rf) 6 Acknowledgment 8 Declaration 9... ? Table of Contents Chart Comparison between markets Returns and Stock Returns of Advanced Petrochemical Company 4 Chart 3: Comparison between Market Returns and Stock Returns of Methanol Chemical Company 4 Chart 4: Comparison between Stock Returns of Nama Chemicals Company and Market Returns 4 Chart 5: Comparison between Stock Returns of National Industrialization Company and Market Returns 4 Chart 6: Comparison between...
Blended Learning in Saudi Arabian girls' secondary school education: An exploratory case study of the Smart Schools project
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...Arabian schools to enhance learning. 4.2. Part one: Qualitative and quantitative data analyses The qualitative data analyses of the results obtained in chapter three using viable research methodologies were vigorously done using the computer software tool QDAS to come up with any concrete significance. As clearly postulated by (), data analysis using this tool involves the researcher relaxing and letting the tool help in the analytic process. QDAS... ?CHAPTER FOUR ANALYSIS OF THE RESULTS 4.0. Introduction This chapter is concerned with the presentation of the results from the population sample studied using the survey instrument in the previous chapter. The chapter is presented by outlining the field...
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