Areas
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...areas for a variety of geometric figures that include rectangle, square, parallelogram, triangle, trapezoid and circle. The only formula that someone really needs to remember to find area of any of the mentioned figures is: Area = Base times Height The area of a plane figure refers to the number of square units that figure covers. The area is measured in square units (e.g. cm2, meter2, km2, etc.). Rectangle Figure 1 shows a rectangle with base b and height h. Figure 1: Rectangle For finding area of a rectangle, first we will divide this in many smaller parts of a single square unit as shown by a shaded black region. Since, the length... CAP #3 This paper will develop and explain the ways to find areas...
conservation areas
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...area of the village was first declared a conservation area in 1971. The boundaries of the Denham Conservation area were amended and updated by the South Bucks District Council on 31st March 2006. The following discussion will focus on the Denham Conservation Area. Initially, the Denham Conservation Area and the regulations governing it will be delineated, defined and described. Then the stakeholders in the Denham... Conservation Area will be identified. Criteria for determining the effectiveness and impact of the regulations governing the area will then be considered. Subsequently, using the criteria defined the success, or lack thereof, of the regulations...
Key Areas
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...Areas A town hall meeting is a meeting that is organized to offer a platform for nurses and the public to interact with policymakers. It offers a platform through which a residents and professionals can air their opinions and hear their concerns (Mason et al., 2011). Notably, dialogue plays a significant role in social change. A town hall meeting between nurses and policy maker is an effective tactic. This is because a policy maker can gain knowledge of some of the health concerns within the population and answer some of the questions that nurses may have regarding a policy issue (Stewart et al., 2009). Town hall meetings are an effective strategy because they offer...
Marine Reserve Areas or Marine Protected Areas
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...Areas or Marine Protected Areas (MPA) of the Marine Reserve Areas or Marine Protected Areas (MPA) Introduction: Marine Reserve Areas or Marine Protected Areas (MPA) According to Clark and Mangel (2000), marine reserves or marine protected areas (MPAs) are increasingly viewed as a method to protect various stocks of fish and invertebrates, and also as a key instrument for the rehabilitation of depleted stocks. The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) includes in its definition of MPA, the broader concept of “Marine and Coastal Protected Area” or MCPA that encompasses protected areas that lie adjacent to the ocean but may not necessarily include intertidal or subtidal water. Thus... ? Marine Reserve...
Life in Rural Areas
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...Areas 7 4. Access to Services 9 5. NEETs 9 6. Trendsin Rural Development 10 7. Problems of Rural Youth 12 8. Government Action for Rural Youth 17 9. Every Child Matters 22 10. Conclusions and Recommendations 25 11. Concluding Comments 27 12. Recommendations 36 ARE YOUNG PEOPLE LIVING IN RURAL AREAS AT A DISADVANTAGE WHEN ACCESSING SERVICES Executive Summary Context Living or retiring to the scenic beauty and the peace and serenity of the country-side is a cherished desire of countless people. The Commission for Rural Communities notes that the quality of life in the rural areas is much higher than... CONTENTS Serial No Heading Page Executive Summary 2. Introduction 5 3. Definition of Rural Areas ...
Areas of Specialization
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...Areas of specialization Psychology is the study of human mind carried out through observation of behavior in view of analyzing behavioral characteristics. It is a course that gives reason to human behavior while rectifying those considered abnormal. Psychology is a scope of study which is broad. Some of the areas of specialization are discussed in the following discourse. Counseling psychology, This is an area of specialty in psychology whose main aim is to investigate person to environment interaction in terms of aiming to offer solution to the problems individuals would have in the process of interacting with their environments. The...
Rural Areas Development
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...areas in the developed world have undergone tremendous changes, especially in the economic sector. The importance of primary sector in the rural economy of public sector has progressively declined since the end of the World War II. The development of the rural areas in the developed word is being increasingly depended upon various forms of consumerism. It means that rural areas are undergoing a stage of post-production in the rural areas. The purpose of this paper... Discuss the contention that rural spaces in the global north have become landscapes of consumption, rather than traditional landscapes of production Introduction Introduction In twenty first century, the rural a...
Measured Building Areas
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...Area used s/ Assumptions/Standards BUILDING AND OTHER AREAS Measured Building AreasGround floor - new Ground floor - garage new First floor - new including voids & stair Second floor - new including voids & stair New external wall & window envelope Ground floor, envelope First floor, envelope Second Floor Envelope New external wall types Timber framed external wall External veneer walls (masonry & stud) Demolish and remove existing buildings Refer also to Internal Demolition & Preparation Site clearance and demolition Site levelling, aligning, excavation and fill Excavation and Fill Termite treatment, barriers, etc. Allowance... Element Units Measurement Cost Per Unit Total Cost/Area...
PLANNING FOR METROPOLITAN AREAS
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...Areas Introduction There has been an increase in the population of urban areas,due to suburbanization. Many people have left countryside life, with hope of better life in urban areas. This has necessitated development of plans, to ensure infrastructure is adequate for the growing urban dwellers. Consequently, there has been a lot of urban revitalization of metropolitan, in a bid to restore normalcy for the ever growing urban population (Hoch 2-19). Why are tall buildings concentrated in some areas and not others? The pondering question whether buildings elevation frontier should be eliminated has basically been overlooked for so long. It has turned into a platitude amongst... Planning For Metropolitan...
Areas of Research
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...areas and an eco generation power station, which is propelled by municipal waste... It is possible to achieve sustainability through correct emphasize in the early stages of design and development to ensure that the mechanism for economic viability fully includes social and environmental consideration. Recent decades have witnessed a dramatic increase in tourism industry, which brought huge economic benefit to host communities. But it also caused many social and environment impact to the environment. The tourism and hospitality industry spends heavily on constructing new buildings and renovating the existing ones. But, “increasing evidence shows that an integrated approach to tourism planning and...
Government Objectives For Rural Areas
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...AREAS Government Objectives For Rural Areas Of The Of The Institute] Government Objectives For Rural Areas The Government's Objectives The Government's objectives for rural regions that are in relevance to any Planning Policy are: (i) To elevate the excellence and superiority of life and the environment in rural areas through the expansion and development of: - Flourishing, comprehensive and maintainable rural societies, guaranteeing people have refined places to live by humanizing the superiority and sustainability of local surroundings and neighborhoods'; - Maintaining economic enlargement and diversification; - Good quality, sustainable development... Running Head: GOVERNMENT OBJECTIVES FOR RURAL...
Health disparities in Rural areas
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...areas does not have a proper access to healthcare facilities. There is great disparity in the healthcare access of minorities and rest of the population. Minorities are deprived of efficient and good quality healthcare facilities. Rural residents of United States report poor health. They are more vulnerable to chronic conditions like diabetes. Heart disease is also not uncommon among them. Compared to their urban counterparts, minorities living in rural areas are more prone to diseases and are also deprived of good healthcare facilities... ?The health status of minority population in the United s is poor compared to the rest of the population. Minorities are deprived of good healthcare facilities. The...
Government objectives for rural areas
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...AREAS Government Objectives For Rural Areas Of The Of The Institute] Government Objectives For Rural Areas The Governments Objectives The Governments objectives for rural regions that are in relevance to any Planning Policy are: (i) To elevate the excellence and superiority of life and the environment in rural areas through the expansion and development of: - Flourishing, comprehensive and maintainable rural societies, guaranteeing people have refined places to live by humanizing the superiority and sustainability of local surroundings and neighborhoods’; - Maintaining economic enlargement and diversification; - Good quality, sustainable development... Running Head: GOVERNMENT OBJECTIVES FOR RURAL AREAS...
Five Areas of Reading Instruction
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...Areas of Reading Instruction The National Reading Panel Report presents us with a solution to the difficulty of teaching children to read correctly, swiftly and with understanding. The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) in 2000 summed up a number of decades of scientific study that evidently explains valuable instructions for reading, specifying five analytical areas. These five critical areas are phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. These sections were integrated into the Reading First plan and No Child Left Behind Act as fundamental components of helpful directions for reading. Phonemic awareness is the capability... ? Education  Five Areas...
Shoud Smoking in Public Areas be Banned
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...Areas be banned Should Smoking in Public Areas be banned: A Reflective Paper goes here of yourProfessor Should Smoking in Public Areas be banned? Smoking ban in public area is not only a serious healthcare issue but its moral aspects are equally serious social concern. Smoking in open and enclosed public areas is banned in many parts of the world but it is not enforced vigorously and most of the time it is left to personal good judgment. We need to enforce the prohibition of this hazardous practice rather vigorously to ensure compliance. Public health is serious social concern that cannot be left to the discretion of those who are endangering personal health... ?Running Head: Should Smoking in Public...
(Aviation) Safety Areas at the Airport
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...Areas at the Airport Unit Lecturer: SAFETY AREAS AT THE AIRPORT Introduction The Public safety areas and pieces of land at the end of the runway at the airport have to be kept as secure as possible. The airport management has to develop restriction so as to control the number of individuals on the ground at the airport (Khalafallah, 2006). This will reduce the number of people exposed to the jeopardy of injury or even loss of life should an accident happen to an aircraft while landing or taking- off. The airport administration has implemented the public safety zone policy at the airport. The policy is based on the model work that was carried out using accidental data in order to determine... Safety...
Lack of Quality Education in Urban Areas
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...Areas Education is the cornerstone of America. This is reflected in thefact that from the early days of the formation of the country, the Founding Fathers saw fit to mandate a certain section of land throughout the nation be reserved for the purposes of education. Through the years, communities have rallied behind education and truly sought to create a system where young people could thrive and flourish. These truths, unfortunately, are no longer evident in many urban areas of the country today. School buildings are crumbling, classes are over crowded, and the lack of qualified teachers is overwhelmingly apparent. Academic achievement levels are at all time lows... Lack of Quality Education in Urban...
Mass migration from rural to urban areas.
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...areas has led to large changes in many aspects of life in China. Construct an essay, which considers the possible economic, social and political benefits that result from this migration and the possible environmental challenges 1. Introduction Mass migration is a social phenomenon related to the radical changes on a country’s economic and social life – as a result of rapid technological and economic growth but also because of the influence of similar social trends worldwide. In China, the particular phenomenon, has led to the transformation of the country’s existing social and economic characteristics. It should be noted that in China, mass migration is rather... ?Mass migration, from rural to urban...
Writing inventory (Areas of strength and weakness)
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...areas in which you should concentrate – broad content, organization and presentation, and surface areas. Broad content seems to be relatively self... -explanatory as it looks at how well the finished document accomplishes its intent. Organization and presentation seems also self-explanatory as it refers to the way in which the information is presented. Surface areas refers to the basic elements of writing such as grammar, spelling and punctuation. To make this clearer, I will analyze a piece of my own writing regarding broad content, organization and presentation and surface areas to discover those areas in which I am strong and where I...
Investigating Ratios of Areas and Volumes
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...AREAS AND VOLUMES Introduction The family of curves described by the function y = xn serve as the basis for common mathematical entities. For instance, when n is set to one a line is formed with its area defining a triangle and revolving that may form a cone. Similarly, when a value of two is used, a basic parabola and its derivatives may be obtained. With the many applications of the said general function, it is important to describe several of its characteristics. This portfolio assignment focuses on investigating a particular feature of these curves – the ratio of areas. Given a rectangular area of width x and height xn, concerned quantity is the ratio between the area... INVESTIGATING RATIOS OF...
Future topical areas of public health
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...areas of public health Future Topical Areas of Public Health Health is a critical factor that any human being considers as the most important in his life. Presently, the health of most of the people has seen drastic deterioration all over the world. This is because of changing lifestyles due to the technological changes all over the world. Therefore, it is necessary to form a legal structure that will assist curbing this norm to improve the lives of people. The major focus of public law is dealing with all the legal issues which relate to the practice of public health. This essay elaborates further on the impact of public health law upon environmental health and reforms in health care... Future topical...
Cover Letter for Natural Areas Supervisor Position
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...Areas. I became aware of the position after viewing an electronic advertisement and feel that I have some unique experiences that have prepared me for a supervisory role such as this. My original college education is in Music Education, but I am currently enrolled in a Biomedical Sciences program with an anticipated graduation date of 2012. While my educational background may not seem to entirely fit with the described position, my experiences in leadership will surely transfer to the Summer Supervisor position. I have lead teams in challenging academic endeavors such as the Health Professional Society and Med... ? I am writing to express interest in the position of Summer Supervisor at the WMU Natural...
Appraise Areas of Early Childhood Development
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...Areas of Early Childhood Development The utmost responsibility of the parents is to build up the character and personality of their children in such a way that they can be successful in every field of life in the future life. For proper growth and development, there are many areas in the personality of a child, which require care and attention. These areas may include cognitive side, emotional, physical, social and educational perspectives. For a better growth and development, there is a need to improve all of these areas. The parents should consider all of these growth and development perspectives from the birth of the child. From birth to the early childhood, a child is most vulnerable... of Early...
Preservation of Green Spaces in Urban Areas
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...Areas Introduction Environmental degradation is a global concern of the current century. Humans have manipulated their natural surroundings for long to suit their unmatched socio-economic desires at the expense of the green space. Urban population has already exceeded the earlier predicted limits, yet the projection is still two folds over the next decade. The result is a comparable increase in the demand and push to provide adequate socio-economic infrastructure that would sustain the population over a long period. The provision prioritizes food security and physical infrastructure such as shelter, transport, and communication system (Amati 23). Invasion... Preservation of Green Spaces in Urban Areas...
McMinns Three Areas of Competence in Counselling
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...Areas of Competence in Counselling of Summary Psychological counselling has always been viewed as a scientific method in analyzing one’s problems and finding ways to resolve them with the client. Counselling methods have been developed that would maintain a psychological distance between the counsellor and the client. Usually, the counsellor merely listens to the client while the latter shares his problems and together, they process what may have caused the problem and what solutions may be possible to resolve it and to achieve healing. The counsellor is not expected to share any personal detail as that may cause him to lose his professional credibility. With the advent of Christian... ? McMinn’s Three...
Catholic Areas of Europe before 1570
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...Areas of Europe before 1570 Religious Allegiance and Economic Development I. Introduction In the 16th century Spain and Portugal embarked on explorations pioneering in an era of colonization. Before this, no empire outside of Europe extended beyond the continent. Activities in the seas said to be unparalleled in history, characterised the courage, greed, cruelty and wanton destructiveness of the Spanish conquerors.1 The victories, for example, show a few Spaniards winning over great empires of the Aztecs and the Incas with their bullions of silver in an effort to Christianise these races. On the side, Panama in continental America was established.2 With the epochal voyages of Christopher... Catholic...
The Emerging areas of Social Software
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...areas of Social Software Introduction: Social Software is in use since 2002 and it has been defined a simple software that support groupinteraction (Martin et al, 2006). There are many social software that enable people to connect and interact with each other through these computer-mediated technologies such as blogs, wikies, instant messaging, chat, Internet forums etc. Clay Shirky, has attempted to put social software in new context. He argued that people generally have two types of communication: two way point-to-point for example email, telephone and one way outbound examples include all forms of broadcast. Shirky open a new door of communication: many-to-many type of communication... The Emerging...
Organisation Purpose, Structure, Stakeholders and Functional Areas
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...Areas Place Introduction Within the modern business environment, there are almost no organizations that would lack clear goals they would achieve during the certain period of time. It is because goals enable companies to progress toward the better position in the market, choose the better target audience for the product and service and become more achievement oriented. Being sure about the goals, a business is able to set objectives, the statements of broad intent of an organization that would enable it to reach business success. The main actors of such processes are usually the managers of an organization which skills and knowledge assist... Organization Purpose, Structure, Stakeholders and Functional...
Leisure and Recreational Areas in Suzhou
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...Areas in Suzhou, China Table of Contents Page Page Page 2...Table of Contents Page 3...Introduction Problem Aim Page 4...Hypothesis Body Page 6...Evaluation & Conclusion Page 7...Bibliography Introduction During the 1980s, the drive of China to modernize had gained momentum, making Chinese officials eager to further develop the said country's economy and standing through modern management methods and economic regionalization. These Chinese leaders visited Singapore to learn about the Southeast Asian nation that had boomed within its 30 years of independence. It was 16 years ago when China came up with the idea of developing a modern industrial... Covering Leisure and Recreational...
LEADERSHIP THEORIES AND AREAS OF APPLICATION
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...Areas of Application Leadership theories 1 Situational life cycle leadership approach Situationallife cycle leadership approach is the most important approach in the field of social work. The concept of Situational life cycle leadership approach was first introduced by Blanchard & Hersey in 1996, as ‘life cycle theory of leadership’. It was later rebranded to ‘situational leadership’ theory in 1972. In 2002, Ken Blanchard updated the concept to ‘Situational Leadership II’. The Situational life cycle leadership approach holds that there is not one single leadership approach that fits all applications. Implementation of situational leadership approach therefore requires a leader... Leadership Theories and...
The world's oceans, Should Ocean Protected Areas Exist
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...Areas Exist (increase the area/rate)? Overexploitations of marine resources and overfishing have necessitated the need for ocean protected areas. Today marine protected areas have been proved to be essential for restoring fisheries, promoting marine biodiversity and increasing marine productivity in the oceans. Even though marine resources play a pivotal role in the economic development of the nation scientific studies reveal that “many of our marine resources are overexploited and face external environmental threats” (Sanchirico, Cochran & Emerson 1). Such overexploitation or overfishing adversely affect fragile ocean habitats, damage ocean... not yet been classified” (Langreth). However,...
An analysis of libyan protected areas as ecotourism resources
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...Areas as Ecotourism Resources An Analysis of Libyan Protected Areas as Ecotourism Resources In Libya, tourism is a key sector for economic development. Tourism creates job creation, which in turn affects the standard living of citizens. The wildlife of Libya spreads over the Mediterranean coastline, which comprises large areas of Saharan desert. The protected areas of Libya comprises any geographical protected for specific use. Many protected areas are meant for conservation of fauna and flora. Libya’s nature reserves and national parks are maintained by the national park and technical committee of wildlife. Some of the nature reserves include Zellaf, Tripoli, New... ? An Analysis of Libyan Protected...
Water Provision in Arid and Semi Arid Areas
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...Areas Introduction In areas where there is water shortage it is important to introduce methods that can make adequate water available for community and also for ecological purposes. In some of these regions the water that is available is salty and so desalination is important to ensure that the water is fit for human consumption. Availability of water is important in boosting the economic growth of the community. In this paper I will discuss three methods of water provision in arid and semi arid areas. They are;- 1. Desalination 2. Ground water harvesting 3. Rain water harvesting The essay will discuss the available options, the needs for using each... Water Provision in Arid and Semi Arid Areas...
Buildings Energy-efficiency Development in Rural Areas of China
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...Areas of China Over the years, China continues to experience a buildingboom with recent growth rates reaching double figures. The increasing pace of building and construction completion is leading to forecasts that at least half of the country’s building stock will be complete by 2015. However, the country should be wary because the energy performance of the buildings does not match standards that guarantee efficiency and effectiveness of energy conservation and use. In an era of globalization and global warming, environmental conservation is part of the international debate, prompting countries to identify numerous ways of conserving and using energy... Buildings Energy-efficiency Development in Rural...
Education Inequality in Rural Areas of the United States
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...areas of the United s Recently, there has been a great deal of reforms in the education sector, particularly in the rural part of the society. The government has put critical effort in the public education sector with the aim of improving the existing state of affairs in the rural areas. Many critics have noted the high level of inequality, especially in the education provided in such school. The schools in these fields are providing a half backed opportunity in terms of education to its students with such backgrounds. Traditionally, the education sector has used test scores to rate the level and quality of education that is provided in a given area. With this in mind... Education Inequality in rural...
How might ttemperature differ between urban & rural areas?
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...areas? According to Gillette and Hamilton (2011), considering the albedo of various surfaces, temperatures differ between urban and rural areas in terms of the concept of the urban heat island. Urban areas were described to have higher tendencies to absorb sunlight through the dark surfaces of the asphalt or pavement during the day; and released at night; as compared to rural areas. As such, urban areas are hotter than rural areas, to wit: “hard, dark surfaces such as pavement store heat from the Sun during... Temperature in Urban and Rural Places al Affiliation Temperature in Urban and Rural Places Considering the albedo of various surfaces, how might temperatures differ between urban and rural areas? ...
Borderlands and Borderlands: Afghanistan and Pakistan provinces and tribal areas
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...areas. Geography. Feb 13, References Cited List Borderlands and Borderlands: Afghanistan and Pakistan provinces and tribal areas The border between Afghanistan and Pakistan stretching to the western Afghanistan and the tribal areas and provinces of Pakistan has been described as the most dangerous place on earth (Thomas & Mason, 2008). The area is highly inaccessible due to the terrain as well insecurity because of insurgency and militias operating in the area leading to the creation of a safe haven for terrorists. Consequently, the region has come under global scrutiny because of the unique problems it poses... to international security. In this research, it is, therefore, paramount to...
Borderlands and Borderlands: Afghanistan and Pakistan Provinces and tribal areas
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...area region have become a global concern. Going by the several reports and works of researchers touching on the area it is clear that several, and not one factor, contribute to the insecurity. Hence, the objective of this study shall entail digging into both current and historical factors within the geographical geographic framework that have conspired to undermine security of this region. In the process of doing so, various question shall be answered which would include; what factors make this region prone to militancy, terrorism, drug... PART ONE. The target of this study shall be, conspicuously, to identify reasons and shed light why the borderlands of Pakistan and Afghanistan and Pakistan’s tribal...
Installation of Video Surveillance Systems in Public Areas
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...Areas Introduction: Video surveillance is an advanced technological measure that can be applied by the authorities of different cities for the purpose of recording activities of citizens in the public places (Opinion on Video Surveillance in Public Places by Public Authorities and the Protection of Human Rights, 5). It is believed that such surveillance measures enable a state to prevent the rates of crimes to great extents. However, there are mixed views and opinions regarding the use of such video cameras in the public places. The current study discusses in support of the use of video surveillance and determines how the system... Sur 2 December Installation of Video Surveillance Systems in Public...
History of Informatics and Areas of Practice - Entity Ranking
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...Areas of Practice - Entity Ranking John Jones Introduction The twenty-first century promises to be oneof enormous changes in information technology, particularly in the medical fields, especially since President Bush’s 2004 proclamation of ordering the nationwide adoption of Electronic Medical Records (EMR) Thus informatics is now in the forefront. Although the science of informatics is a varied discipline and as we shall see now has its own specialty, as with anything else there can only be three that are most important if they are indeed to be ranked. In order of importance to me are the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA), the Healthcare Information... and Management Systems...
Wk 3 Several areas where trafficking has continued to flourish
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...areas where trafficking has continued to flourish are China, Thailand, Albania, Nigeria,Belarus, Moldova, Bulgaria, Ghana, Uganda, Nepal, India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Brazil, Haiti, Bangladesh and Ukraine. Question 2 Effectiveness of governmental anti-trafficking policies in these regional areas [China and Nigeria] has not been maximal. China’s authorities worked towards increasing awareness levels among cultures and subcultures that are at risk. The government in 2009 raised a nine-month anti-human-and-child-trafficking awareness. China also strengthened the All-China Women’s Federation to work in partnership with the International Labor Organization [ILO... vulnerable. To effectively...
Linking Marketing to Other Functional Areas Part II
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...AREAS PART II Linking Marketing to other Functional Areas Part II Response to JOHN PEREZ Making mention of having the right people in place for the transition from direct sales to the use of online distribution is a step I see to be in the right direction. Having said this, I think there are ways your organization can mitigate any potential impacts that the human resource could have on this transition. Specifically, I am confident that your organization can emphasize on training so much that it will be possible to have a jellying cross-functional team without thinking of possibilities of workplace frictions and conflicts (Perreault Jr, Cannon & McCarthy, 2014... LINKING MARKETING TO OTHER FUNCTIONAL...
Public Health Core Areas and the BSPH Program
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...Areas and the BSPH Program PUBLIC HEALTH CORE AREAS AND THE BSPH PROGRAM The Bachelor of Science in public health is a program that involves promoting the understanding of diseases and health, based upon fundamental qualities of public health. The program’s main objective is to train health professionals in order to improve the life standards of both individuals and communities. This paper provides information about workshops that will help me develop as a public health professional. 1. Healthy Communities Promote Healthy Minds and Bodies The American Public Health Association had a meeting on 2011 October 29 - November 2 in Washington, DC; this was its 139th meeting. The meeting... Public Health Core...
Personal Strengths, areas to develop more fully, 2 important accomplishments
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...Areas to develop more fully, 2 important accomplishments Personalstrengths are individual’s internal assets that bring about positive developmental outcomes. These are believed directly related with healthy development and life success. (Benard 13) Meaning, our personal strengths enable us accomplish great deeds. Reversely so, our personal accomplishments tell what personal strengths do we possess. However, unless we recognize and accept our strengths that we will be unable utilize them. Hence knowing, appreciating, and accepting our strength is vital to develop them. Personal strengths Bernard cited can be grouped into four categories: social competence... Full Full Submitted Personal Strengths:...
Discussion 1: Origins and Areas of Social Psychology
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...Areas in Social Psychological . Retrieved from About.com: http://psychology.about.com/od/socialpsychology/p/socialresearch.htm... Evolution of Social Psychology s A crucial milestone in the development and evolution of social psychology is the incorporation of the study of behavior and attitudes in social psychology research. Social psychologists are interested in various aspects of attitudes, and how these attitudes develop and change (Cherry, 2015). The urge to understand the behavior and attitudes of people became an interesting aspect in the development of social psychology. The interest rose especially after the World War II when it was of interest to understand the behavior of people when put...
Areas of Economic Freedom of the World (EFW)
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...Areas of Economic Freedom of the World (EFW Business Freedom: Business Freedom refers to the ability of a person to manage a businessin accordance with the government-imposed rules, laws, and regulations concerning businesses. Trade Freedom: Trade Freedom is the second main area of EFW that relates to the freedom one can enjoy while operating the business of import and export. Monetary Freedom: Another area of EFW is Monetary Freedom that reflects the combination of price control and price stability within the economic environment of a country. Government Size/Spending: Government Spending refers to the extent to which the government spends at local, federal, and state level... Answer 3: Areas of ...
Areas of Legal Liability for Advanced Practice Nurses
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...Areas of Legal Liability for Advanced Practice Nurses (Add (Add (Add Areas of Legal Liability for Advanced Practice Nurses Advanced practice nurse is nursing professional having clinical and didactic education, necessary skills and knowledge, and scope of practice in nursing. Seven areas of potential liability for the advanced practice nurse are listed and discussed below along with possible management actions to minimize the liability for manager, facility, and the patient. 1. Failure to follow standards of care According to Reising & Allen (2007), professional standards of care are applied to several patient-centered or nurse-centered...
Teaching Reading in the Content Areas of History
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...Areas of History and Other s of the This research paper explores the available literature review on teaching reading in various disciplines particularly in the context areas of history. Reading forms the basis of comprehension and retaining knowledge gained in classrooms. If reading experience is made interesting and fun for students, they do not find history lessons boring at all. Student-teacher collaboration and cooperation is essential in understanding the relevance and significance of historical events. Students should be encouraged to use their analytical and logical reasoning while reading history. While lectures and tutorials have their respective importance... ? Teaching Reading in the Context...
teaching reading in the content areas of history
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...Areas of History and Other s of the This research paper explores the available literature review on teaching reading in various disciplines particularly in the context areas of history. Reading forms the basis of comprehension and retaining knowledge gained in classrooms. If reading experience is made interesting and fun for students, they do not find history lessons boring at all. Student-teacher collaboration and cooperation is essential in understanding the relevance and significance of historical events. Students should be encouraged to use their analytical and logical reasoning while reading history. While lectures and tutorials have their respective importance... Teaching Reading in the Context...
interpersonal and organisational effectiveness and identify areas for professional development.
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...Area and Strategy According to the reflection above, I have learnt the areas that need improvement. This will in turn improve my interpersonal relationships and leadership skills in a work force. I have learnt that in communication, it is important to use the right model of communication for a specific message (Johnson, 2014). Therefore, I will make... Portfolio Part II al Affiliation: Introduction This portfolio is a focus on my communication effectiveness, amajor component of the interpersonal effectiveness that will be an impact in my professional success. Furthermore, I will analyze and reflect upon a critical incident that occurred during the BSB124 group work task using the communication process...
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