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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...
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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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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...
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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...
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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...
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History of Informatics and Areas of Practice - Entity Ranking
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...Areas of Practice - Entity Ranking History of Informatics and Areas of Practice - Entity Ranking John Jones State University Introduction The twenty-first century promises to be the epoch of 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. As with anything else, there can only be three entities that are the 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...
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Impact Of Patient Engagement In Key Areas Of Health Care
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...areas of health care al Affiliation Impact of patient engagement in key areas of health care Patients are very important participants in ensuring the safety of their care. Their involvement in different areas of the health field has led to a lot of positive outcomes in as far as offering them quality services is concerned. Patient safety Patient engagement is an important step in ensuring that the right treatment is given to them and also promote transparency in communication with their families which has led to honesty in as far as their health is concerned. Some health providers have been seen to hide sensitive information concerning a patients health... Impact of patient engagement in key areas...
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Emergency Relief Activities in Pakistan Flood Affected Areas
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...Areas of Pakistan Pakistan is struck with massive floods in the rainy season of August – September this year (2010). The floods have claimed more than 1500 lives and have rendered 20 million people homeless. The scale of this calamity is larger than the 2004 Tsunami and 2005 Kashmir Earthquake combined. Pakistan’s economy is already suffering from the ‘War on Terror’ waged by its Security Forces against Taliban militants in the areas around Pak – Afghan border. The government is hence financially weak and ill – equipped to cope with a disaster on such a large scale. Hence, Pakistani government and United Nations have called for aid to the international... ?Emergency Relief Activities in Flood Affected...
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Training and Development on the Rural Areas Electricity Company
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...Areas Electri Company By Institute: DECLARATION Declaration by Student This research paper is my original work and has never been presented to any other examination body. No part of this work should be reproduced without my consent or that of (Institute) Name……………………………………… Sign………………… Date……………. Declaration by the Supervisor This Project has been submitted with my approval as the Supervisor Name……………………………………...Sign……………………Date…………….. Declaration by the Principal Name……………………………………..Sign…………………….Date……………… DEDICATION This research project is dedicated to the creator, the almighty Jehovah God who gave me... ?Impact of employee training and development on employee performance A Case Study of Rural Areas...
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Public Funds Provision for Parks and Leisure Areas
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...AREAS of Introduction The Newtownville district council leisure services department is at present facing an economic crisis. The department is also encountering severe pressure on how to use the available limited resources. The Newtownville district council is popularly known for offering quality leisure service to its customers for a long period (Knapp and Hartsoe, 2006, p. 67). To counter these setbacks, the department is planning to recruit a research company to assist in the allocation of the limited resources and to search for the most effective ways of implementing the proposed plan. The Newtownville district leisure department is evaluating... ?PUBLIC FUNDS PROVISION FOR PARKS AND LEISURE AREAS of ...
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Borderlands and Borderlands: Afghanistan and Pakistan provinces and tribal areas
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...Areas (FATA) havebecome a global security concern. It reveals the nexus between the human and physical geography of the area and the global insecurity paused by terrorist groups and insurgents. The research probes into the current and historical factors that have conspired to undermine the security of this region. The research analyses the status of security and the various nature of insecurity prevalent in the region by drawing parallels between the insurgency in the region and the global terrorism and prevalence of terrorism cells. In doing so, the thesis digs into the Pashtun... This thesis scrutinizes the reasons why the Borderlands of Pakistan and Afghanistan and the Federally Administered Tribal...
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REDUCTION OF SMOKING BEHAVIOR IN COPD IN LOS ANGELES AREAS
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...Areas Affiliation with more information about affiliation, research grants, conflict of interest and how to contact Reduction of Smoking Behavior in COPD in Los Angeles Areas Statement The main intension of this research is to reduce the smoking rate in Los Angeles area and therefore, reduce the possibility of diseases like COPD Introduction: Analysis of current situation Various reasons for the current situation Short comings of imposed laws Changes required Recommendations Body: Current situation: Los Angeles is leading in tobacco control and prevention No reduction in the number of patients suffering from various diseases Younger generation... ? Reduction of Smoking Behavior in COPD in Los Angeles...
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Compare and contrast / choose two public policy areas
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...areas of people’s lives (from conception to death) are deeply affected by public policies commonly known as laws, enactments, orders, etc. Although public policy generally aims to in place order, its process is more usually stiff than not as it goes through the tedious political... Comparative Analysis on the US Public Policy on Public Education and Public Health Introduction Public policy (written and unwritten) is one of the distinct features of governance; as early as ancient civilization public policies were part of people’s everyday lives. As society develops and systematized so thus governance, and consequentially public policy becomes intricately woven into people’s lives. Today, almost all...
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Paper on Vulnerable Areas of Industrial Security Operations
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...areas that are in need of immediate attention in their own facilities and to make the cyber-connection of the location secure. Unfortunately some do not believe there is a real threat. For example, Tom Donahue from the CIA stated that “attacks on critical infrastructure lack the necessary dramatic display that seems to be preferred by this constituency” (Marsh, 2006, p. 12). This concept may have been true five years ago, but as the world becomes more connected the disruption of electricity, water, or gas would be a fairly dramatic event for those experiencing it, and for those watching... Running head: INDUSTRIAL CONTROL SYSTEMS The Vulnerabilities of Industrial Control Systems and Possible Solutions ...
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Evaluation of critical areas of an information system
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...Areas of an Information System Executive Summary The information system is used for the purpose of ensuring that organizational decisions are made effectively and efficiently. In order to ensure that decisions are made fairly and have a positive impact on the organization, it is important to ensure that decisions are made by the proper people who are the organization’s management. There are various types of information systems which help the organization’s management to come up with the best decisions for the organization. The information systems help in making decisions on matters of managing human resources in the organization as well as promote the marketing environment... ? Evaluation of Critical...
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Analyze and compare two companies strategic management areas
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...areas of expertise capable of monitoring flow of goods throughout supply chain. The nature of the customized solutions applicable to the company has contributed to cost reduction and increase in the speed of transaction as well as efficiency in implementing customer needs. Additionally, Milaha Corporation combines the use of technology in the process of delivering internationally standardized services that ensures... Analysis and comparison of two companies’ strategic management (Milaha & Mannai) Introduction Mannai Corporation is one of the celebrated and largest trading and service companies in Qatar. From its inception the company operates as an auto parts dealer and at the same time encompassing...
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List and briefly describe the content areas of the Windows Help and Support Center
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...areas of the Windows Help and Support Center. The Windows Help and Support Center offers online help, support tools, how to articles, tutorials and demonstrations. There are several content areas in the Windows Help and Support Center. Among these areas include the following: Updating for Windows The Windows Help and Support Center keeps one’s computer up to date with the latest downloads from Windows (Microsoft Corporation, n.d.). Hardware and software compatibility This content makes it possible for one to research what are the software and hardware compatible with Windows XP (Microsoft Corporation, n.d.). Online support... Windows Help and Support Center List and briefly describe the content...
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Newspaper report on the conditions in the factories and mining areas of Industrial England
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...areas of Industrial England The conditions in the factories and mining areas of Industrial England are devastating considering that even the mere free mandatory need for humans to continue living; clean air, is barely accessible (Engels, 1). The poor building design of the industrial cities, coupled with the existence of carbon emissions from the fireworks in the industries have combined to deny the residents of the industrial cities an access to clean air, and thus the result is the inhalation of air that is short in oxygen but highly enriched in carbon and other air pollutants from the surrounding industries, whose consequence... on the residents has been” mental and physical lassitude and...
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Can be any aspect of Urban Geology (Why geology is relevant in urban areas.)
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...areas) ID Number: of of School (University) Estimated Word Count: 860 (text only) Date of Submission: May 05, 2014 URBAN GEOLOGY Human civilization has progressed to a point people now live in permanent settlements; majority of these lived areas are the so-called urban centers where population density is highest. It is therefore imperative for urban planners to take into account certain geologic characteristics of these places to ensure continued safe and comfortable lifestyles despite the pressures coming from continued urbanization and migration from the rural to urban areas. Resources like water, land, and food chains have to be managed well... URBAN GEOLOGY (Why geology is relevant in urban areas)...
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Does Language Play Roles Of Equal Importance In Different Areas Of Knowledge
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...Areas Of Knowledge? Introduction Words are more false as well as powerful than we think. In this essay I shall evaluate how language plays an important role in gaining knowledge to extent to which the characteristics Sartre claims for words have an effect on - negatively or positively different areas of knowledge ( AOK). Knowledge claims must be supported by reason, or the knowledge claim does not have a basis to be truly considered knowledge. It can be regarded as a number of other things, such as a feeling. The dependence on reason is varied between areas of knowledge, as reason is much more important in the natural sciences... and mathematics than in history and the arts. Some...
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Discuss the claim that some areas of knowledge are discovered and others are invented
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...areas of knowledge are discovered and others are invented. Discuss different ways of knowing andareas of knowledge. There is a thin line between a discovery and an invention. While a discovery belongs to the realm of science, an invention belongs to engineering. It can also be said that inventions are copies of original things that we have discovered. That is the case of an airplane and a bird. The airplane is just a copy of the original bird. So inventions are artifacts while the objects of discovery are living creatures. Brownpanda deals with the issue of discoveries and inventions in the following terms: “Put simply, we need to distinguish... Invention and Discovery. Discuss the claim that some...
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Prevalence of Asthma and its associated factors in two different areas of Saudi Arabia
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...areas of Saudi Arabia Asthma has become a threat to the well being of children and adults alike, it has made its presence felt globally. Asthma is a chronic airway disorder that may turn to become severe and sometimes fatal; specifically asthma is characterized by difficulty in breathing. People with asthma have extra sensitive or hyper responsive airways. The airways react by narrowing or obstructing when they become irritated. This makes it difficult for the air to move in and out. This narrowing or obstruction can cause one or a combination of the following symptoms: wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath, chest tightness... to the standards treatment of asthma like the lean children;...
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Local population rights to boost economy through tourism in government restricted areas
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...AREAS By Location Introduction The freedom of movement, the right to travel and the mobility rights is one of the human rights concepts that the constitutions of various countries and states respect. There is the article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 13 that declares the rights of a citizen to travel in their state and any other state. There are, however, some government institutions that insist on restricting tourists from their country or state due to health or cultural factors. The article is going to focus on restrictions of tourists because of the above two factors. The article is also... LOCAL POPULATION RIGHTS TO BOOST ECONOMY THROUGH TOURISM IN GOVERNMENT RESTRICTED AREAS ...
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Family Law and the various areas that are involved in the legal processes
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...AREAS THAT ARE INVOLVED IN THE LEGAL PROCESSES WITH CONSIDERATION TO FAMILIES Family Law and the various areas that are involved in the Legal Processes with Consideration to Families Insert Name Insert Affiliation Abstract Family Law is a vast field and takes into account multiply areas in family life that might become involved with the judicial processes of the law. Some of these pertinent subjects that are found to be discussed throughout this researched literature are in realms of: the breakdown of marriage, same sex marriages, welfare of children, domestic violence, gender equality, and a few other points of interest that have a part to play in the role... Running head: FAMILY LAW: VARIOUS AREAS...
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Management and leadership styles and issues including the effect these have on staff within clinical areas
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...areas also, which means those areas must be taken care of even if they're not used regularly. And, because many management staff is trained only... ?Effective management and leadership hold a very crucial position in any business organization. The importance of management and leadership is realized by everyone and every day in our daily activities. Whether it is voting for the President of the country or choosing the Student council, both situations depict the importance of leadership and management. Management is basically defined as a group people who are united in order to achieve similar goals (Robbins & Coulter, 2001, 25). Management comprises of five main steps which are:  Planning,  Organizing, ...
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Is there too much localism or not enough in our metropolitan areas today
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...Areas Today Introduction This paper is intended to establish whether there is much localism to be able to cater for the number of the population that keeps on increasing each day. Also, most of the people are moving away from their rural homes to live either in the cities or in the developing town. Such movement may be brought about by the availability of various resources that are not there in the rural areas. Further, a question as to whether the localism is enough in the contemporary metropolitan areas has arisen. If the prevailing state is not satisfactory or fails to accommodate a better number of people, what are the steps... Is There Too Much “Localism” or Is Not Enough in Our Metropolitan Areas...
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Can Literature Tell the Truth better than other arts or other Areas of Knowledge
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...Areas of Knowledge To answer our question, we need to look at the other arts and areas of knowledge. Philosophy, as an area of knowledge, comes to mind first. How much more accurately can a literary artist portray the truth than can the philosopher The philosopher gets straight at the truth with axe and hammer. He does not, in general, care - or need to care - what his writings will deliver to his audience; for him, it is being true to himself in his pursuit of the truth that matters. And what is the result Various portrayals of the truth of the universe, each different from the other yet each (for the most part) consistent... Literature 'Tell the Truth' better than other arts or other Areas of...
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Effects of poverty on malaria in the rural areas of India
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...areas of India Introduction In the present scenario there are over 3 billion people whoare poverty stricken and approximately 70% of the total poor are from Asia. The South Asian countries have two major burdens one is that of poverty and the other is of diseases. In India one of the most important problems in public health is that of malaria and over the years there are no such abating signs of this particular disease. There is strong relation between malaria and poverty which is majorly through environmental degradation. The majority of land in India is majorly impacted through soil erosion. The approach of irrigation is causing... desertification of the fertile land. There are huge...
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The planning system's approach to managing change in rural areas is fundamentally flawed. Discuss
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...AREAS: THE PLANNING SYSTEM’S APPROACH IS FUNDAMENTALLY FLAWED Introduction The main objective of the United Kingdom landuse Planning System is to regulate the development and use of land in the public interest, while using processes which are consistent with the principles of sustainable development. The planning system concurrently promotes competitiveness as well as protects the environment (PPG1: 2). Rural areas, though they are integral parts of wider territories, have their distinctive economic, social and environmental challenges. The concept of “spatial planning” attempts to replace the earlier idea of “town and country planning”, so that planning is not just... a regulator of land and...
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To what extent do we need evidence to support our beliefs in different areas of knowledge
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...Areas of Knowledge First Last of Institution The Extent of Evidences in Supporting Beliefs: Natural Science, History, and the Arts as the Three Areas of Knowledge In the area of knowledge known as the natural science, evidences or set of evidences is empirical in supporting the validity of a particular “belief” (e.g., theory). In general, natural science explores and examines the material world; this world is physical, tangible, and observable in nature. The hypothesis, theories and laws -- which in themselves are forms of beliefs -- associated to this kind of science are the ideas that come... or law. Whether the phenomenon of global warming is true or not, interpretation or deciphering the...
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Thee prevalence of alcohol consumption in adults in various geographic areas of Western Australia
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...Area Surveyed The areas surveyed include Goldfields, Pilbara, Gascoyne, Midlands, Kimberley and Mid West. The analysis and discussion is based upon the feedback of the bar owners and local population about alcohol. The general awareness of the population towards health concerns related to alcohol has been explained. The local population was interviewed to confirm their opinion about the role and legislation of government... The increase in the consumption is responsible for several health related issues, and increase in the accidental deaths. The rise is consumption is though due to social issues, but the economic conditions of the Australians have also contributed towards this increase. The government...
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Where The Five Functional Areas Of Network Management (FCAPS) Are Not Adhered To
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...areas of network management (FCAPS) are not adhered to Case Study Part-A A company x has been providing health insurance for the past 15 years in the US Market. The organisation would like to engage the services of a call centre to log requests related to enquiries, claims and grievances. They require 100% uptime of the system and confidentially of information transmitted across the network as well as the network should be fault proof and cost effective. They also have committed to provide business to the tune of 100 seats in the next two year. The organisation also wants to setup offices across many cities out of US. Presently the system of the company x... Where the five functional areas of network...
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Areas In Which Public Policy Is Most Effective, And In Which Others, The Least
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...Areas in which public policy is most effective, and in which others, the least. Public policy is most effective in terms of identifying those which unreasonably restrains trade as that provided for in Section 1 of the Sherman Act. As provided for in Section 1 of the said act, “Every contract, combination in the form of trust or otherwise, or conspiracy, in restraint of trade or commerce among the several States, or with foreign nations, is declared to be illegal,” In interpreting the said provision being couched in broad terms, it was said that such a provision of law was held to be adaptable to change especially in the emergence of different types of commercial production...
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The High Rate of Poverty in Denver/ An Analysis of a Social Problem Impacting Urban Areas
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...Areas Crone (2007) s: "A social problem exists when people objectively perceive and have empirical evidence to show that social conditions combine a local, societal or global level to cause personal problems" (p. 2). When looking at this definition, it is easy to see how poverty has become a social issue. Every society across the globe has created a place where poor people exist. Although there are organizations and governmental programs that are geared towards helping the poor, these programs do not go far enough. The current economy with its up and downs has created more poor people. Many are working poor... up in "persistent poverty" will have challenge with "psychological, physical and...
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In disadvantaged areas around the world, young men find expressions of their masculinity through violence. discuss
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...areas around the world, young men find expressions of their masculinity through violence. Discuss. In the modern world there is widespread concern about the rise in the amount of violent crime, and it is clear that most of this violence is committed by young men. Sociologists have developed many theories to explain this, including Marxist theories related to power in society and feminist theories related to patriarchy. Gender and violence are clearly related in some way, but there is still much debate about the definitions, language and approach that should be taken. Additional factors such as social class, poverty, culture and race are also involved, and this makes it difficult... ?In disadvantaged...
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GAAP rules that will assist to determine the fraud in the key areas
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...areas in which they suspect possible fraud. Auditor has highlighted these major problems. Leases on technology assets seem inflated Understated of e Commerce state tax payment Fictitious employees receiving post-employment benefits Hiding cash in order to help in future quarters where earning do not meet analyst’s expectations Concealing inventory shrinkage because it seems low... ? Research Paper Auditing of AUDITING Major scandals that have by the accounting profession in recent times have usually been a result of a fraud. Therefore in order to maintain confidence in the profession it is the major role of an auditor to prevent and detection of the fraud. New audit team has highlighted four key areas in ...
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Financing Risk Opportunities of SINGAPORE / LIMITATION and FUTURE prospect of that 6 Asian countries/areas
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...areas of specialization and offer prospects of investment – ranging from retail to manufacturing to specialized services. Abstract The experience of Silicon Valley has shown that thoughtful policies and support of the venture capital industry can create the right climate for innovation... and entrepreneurship, which in turn will pay dividends in terms of job and wealth creation. The basic environment for innovation to thrive is an economy open to trade and investment, a sound infrastructure, a sensible approach to intellectual property rights, risk-taking and achievement-oriented culture, an open-door policy to global talents, as well as a robust financial system which includes private...
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Cognarive and behavioral therapy for physically abused kids in low income areas
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...Areas al Affiliation Source/Year Purpose Sample Design Variables/ Instruments Results Implications for this Proposal Trauma focused CBT for children with co-occurring trauma and behavior problems(2010) Illustrates convenient strategies for managing behavioral problems in the context of trauma focused EBT Traumatized children and Families in trauma- and behavioral-focused treatment The empirical literature is reviewed and practical strategies are described for conducting trauma- and behavioral-focused assessments Treatment-planning that includes a balance of both trauma and behavioral foci as well as managing ongoing behavioral... Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy for Physically Abused Kids in Low-Income...
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Finance, planning and budgeting of construction of houses in urban areas
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...areas] by Gregory Whitfield [Project Management for Construction] of] [4/5/11] Acknowledgement I would take this opportunity to thank my research supervisor, family and friends for their support and guidance without which this research would not have been possible. DECLARATION I, [type your full first names and surname here], declare that the contents of this dissertation/thesis represent my own unaided work, and that the dissertation/thesis has not previously been submitted for academic examination towards any qualification. Furthermore, it represents my own opinions and not necessarily those of the University. Signed... __________________ Date _________________ Abstract In this study we try...
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Analyze the role of a manager within the functional areas of business
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...Areas of Business Introduction A manager is defined as an individual involved in the supervision and coordination of activities of their employees. It is the duty of the manager to ensure the activities assigned are completed efficiently and effectively(Buckingham & Coffman, 2004). The University of Phoenix MBA Overview Module outlines various functional areas where managers play an important role. But, the primary functional duties of a manager in the running of a business revolve around management, finance, human resource and marketing(Phoenix, n.d). A manager should have a global vision, short and long-term plans, and should be able to act according... Role of a Manager Within the Functional Areas of ...
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The Incorporation of Immigrants in Growing Urban Areas ( Annotated Bibliography AAAG Style)
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...areas. Furthermore, it provides insight into the behaviour of minorities which can be useful to parties charged with the responsibility of ensuring the safety of members of public. Papachristos, A. V., D. M. Hureau and A. A. Braga. 2013. The corner and the crew: The influence of geography and social networks on gang violence. American Sociological Review 78 (3): 417 –447. This journal article is authored by Papachristos, Hureau and Braga. The authors are sociology scholars affiliated with Yale University, Harvard University, and Rutgers University respectively. The authors studied... Annotated Bibliography Bingqin L. and Y. Zhang. Housing provision for rural-urban migrant workers in Chinese cities:...
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Review of Litterature on Finance and Potential Areas of Development for Further Reseaarch
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...Areas of Development for Further Research Introduction: Finance involves application of financial and economic standards with intentions of getting the most out of the wealth and value of a business (Groppelli & Nikbakht, 2006, pp.3-4). The implications of finance are not only related to business organizations. There is a worldwide connection between the financial markets through the use of telecommunications. In a country’s perspectives, the financial systems have been found to have significant roles that include settlement of payments, collection of funds and subdivision of shares, transfer of resources as per need, management of risks, gathering... Review of Literature on Finance and Potential Areas...
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In Disadvantaged Areas Around The World, Young Men Find Expressions Of Their Masculinity Through Violence
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...areas around the world, young men find expressions of their masculinity through violence. Discuss. In the modern world there is widespread concern about the rise in the amount of violent crime, and it is clear that most of this violence is committed by young men. Sociologists have developed many theories to explain this, including Marxist theories related to power in society and feminist theories related to patriarchy. Gender and violence are clearly related in some way, but there is still much debate about the definitions, language and approach that should be taken. Additional factors such as social class, poverty, culture and race are also involved, and this makes it difficult... ?In disadvantaged...
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Surveillance Camera. Should The Surveillance Be Done in Public Areas Persuasive essay
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...areas. From when you walk out of your house, in most cities, you are being watched (Parenti, 2003). This is because the cameras are now installed in major city streets, gas stations, retail shops and transport systems such as trains. The use of surveillance cameras doubled in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York City. These prompted frantic efforts, to curb terrorism, a major threat to security in this century. There is need to identify the ethics of surveillance cameras. Historically, the idea of watching... ? Surveillance Camera To begin with, surveillance cameras are commonly referred to as closed circuit television(CCTV).They are a modern form of surveillance, which is not a thing...
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Housing; Recreational Areas and Bathing Facilities; disaster santation Moduule 4 (Case)
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...Areas and Bathing Facilities; Disaster Sanitation Module 4– Case Cultural Identity Joanne Yearwood TUI University Spring 2012 Write a 2 – 3 page essay that addresses the following questions: 1. You are an environmental health inspector asked to investigate problems at a local low-income and poorly maintained apartment complex. There is lead-based paint peeling from the walls. Summarize the health hazards associated with lead and mold in this particular setting, and describe what may be done to control these two public health problems. Keep in mind the limitations and challenges a low-income community may face, living in poorly... Running head: BHS 414 Module 4 – Case BHS 414– Housing; Recreational...
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Safety and Security in Health Care, Malpractice Liability, and High Risk Areas
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...Areas al affiliation Safety and Security in Health Care, Malpractice Liability, and High Risk Areas Protection and security in the various paces of work has been advocated over the years. In terms of health care, medical facilities have undertaken the initiative of ensuring safety in the units. How does OSHA protect health care employees? Occupational Safety and Health Administration protects the health care of employees by giving prior information to the employees on the likely dangers that may occur in the work place. OSHA is also responsible for conducting thorough inspection on the health facility to investigate... and Security in Health Care, Malpractice Liability, and High Risk Areas al...
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Relevant Areas to the Implementation of an Enterprise-Level Business System
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...Areas to the Implementation of an Enterprise-Level Business System Introduction The final stage of implementing an enterprise business system is actually implementing it. This sounds simple enough, but in reality this can be the most difficult stage that requires thorough planning and attention to detail. Details include budget, needs of the users, and timing. There are methods and tools designed for the implementation process that help define various steps and strategies. One common implementation method is spiral implementation that requires testing deliverables at certain junctures before subsequent components are executed. These can be integrated into another method that focuses... Relevant Areas to ...
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Discuss the role of victims in international criminal trials and suggest possible areas of reform
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...areas that are favourable for their side of the case. If similar constraints are put on the testimonies produced by the victims then the victim will be denied... International Criminal Law - The Role of the Victim Table of Contents International Criminal Law - The Role of the Victim 0 Background Theorist opinion of the main function of any criminal system is the punishment of the guilty and acquittal of the innocent1. Benjamin Ferencz12 states that there are five stages to the process of creating a more humane world in situations where war and/ or widespread violations of human rights have taken place. These stages are to stop the killings, to investigate and try to apprehend the persons responsible, to...
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Smoking in public areas
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...Manifesto for the Eradication of Weapons of Lung Destruction How would you like it if every lamppost and mail box in town emitted puffs of smoke intoyour face as you walked to work in your neat nice suit, or better yet, what if every tree in your favorite park poured out whiffs of smoke every few seconds? How would you like that? Where you go for a breath of fresh air? Where would you get reprieve? These are the questions that the millions of victims of ETS (environmental tobacco smoke) have to ask themselves everyday as their eyes, noses and lungs are pummeled with the toxic fumes generously and thoughtfully exuded by their fellow humans – coworkers, friends, partners, strangers – all over... for the...
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The dangers that police officers face in rural areas due to the lack of back up or riding partners
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...Areas Order No. 282705 No. of pages: 15 1st 6530 Crime and policing are two of the most sensitive issues facing society today and what is most shocking is that the more progress and advancement made by nation’s around the world, the more civilized people become, but yet there is a dangerous escalating of crime both in the urban as well as in the rural areas. The problem of rural crime has taken on proportions much bigger than was thought possible, and the idea of rural communities as places of relative peace and quiet is seriously under consideration. The lack of serious police surveillance and adequate police personnel allows anti- establishment activities to prosper unhindered... Dangers in Rural...
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