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...Review The article “Knowledge, Reservations, or Promise A Media Effects Model for Public Perceptions of Science and Technology” by Nisbet, Scheufele, Shanahan, Moy, Brossard and Lewenstein (2002) centers on the effect of media on science and technology. Going by the size of audience the size of audience, television renders greater impact of scientific reservations and influence on such perceptions. After a large-scale review of the works of previous researchers, one might infer that two kinds of relations are already established in different literatures. First, use of media affect the relationship between the demographic variables and variables of scientific knowledge. Second... Review The article...
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...review The literature review explores the history and fundamentals of psychological tests and significance of the tests to human resource management. It identifies the history of testing with the First World War in which it was used to recruit soldiers. Its application has however been extended to human resource management where it is used to identify potential employee’s suitability to meet a job’s specifications and an organization’s culture. The authors succeeded in exploring fundamentals of psychological testing, concepts of testing and types of tests together with roles of tests in human resource management. Though not citing their source of information, they identify development... Literature...
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...Review John Brennan’s article, The Debate over Drones, discusses how the Information Technology field has changed from previous regimes such as the Bush Administration to the recent Obama Administration. Information Technology was less complex when Bush was the leader, but this changed when Obama was elected as the leader of the United States (Brennan 1). Outlining U.S.’s plans for Osama bin Laden a number days following the September 11th terror attacks in 2001, President Bush affirmed that there was an old notice out West that said that “Wanted: Alive or Dead”. For all those abroad and at home made uncomfortable by the far-reaching assertions of American power, it was a time of predictable...
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...Review: “The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibility: Toward the Moral Management of Organizational Stakeholders” by Archie B. Carroll. Introduction The given review intends to analyze the article “The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibility: Toward the Moral Management of Organizational Stakeholders” by Archie B. Carroll published in Business Horizons in 1991. Among the goals of the given review is to present a brief over of the article, as well as place it in context and discuss the main points of the text. A brief analysis and evaluation of the major points of the article will be conducted in order to determine the strong and weak sides of the ideas presented by the author... Review: “The...
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...Review Article Review This newsletter emphasizes the essential role prices exhibit in the entire market economy. The article provides a practical understanding for presently shifting market economy landscape, especially on how prices are established as a reaction to both forces of demand and supply. One of the key suppositions is that both buyers and sellers via a series of indiscernible connections, helps to thrust market prices towards equilibrium price. Secondly, when government gets involved in the market, it impedes the market capacity to allocate goods and services efficiently. Consequently, the market experiences a disequilibrium condition in terms of either surpluses or scarcities... ? Article...
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...Review Introduction The article “Developing Leadership skills in college and early career positions” by Larry W. Boone and Monica S. Peborde published in “Review of Business” Magazine in the Spring edition of 2008, talks about the importance of leadership in the early stages of the career by applying some fundamental principles. Relevant points of the article The article deals in the importance of the leadership skills acquired in the early part of the career and the importance of these skills in the future growth of the career. While dealing with this topic, the article touches some major and minor points, which are important in presenting the case. The major points of the article can... Article Review ...
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...Review Primary Argument/Thesis The argues that for nearly a quarter century, NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) has stood against the pejorative stereotyping within the movie industry but with little success. This has been largely attributed to attempts by a particular individual or a group to represent a bloc of people who deserve to participate in actions that will ultimately affect their livelihoods. Walter White is an example of an individual who attempted such an action but faced severe consequences. The author attempts to compare actions of both the old and the new NAACP Hollywood bureau and cautions the new bureau against the consequences faced... Review Primary...
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...REVIEW Article review The Alaina Kelley and Kathryn Kohnert write this article so as to study the performance, perfection and the speed of Spanish children within the age bracket 8-13 years who are aspiring to learn English language as their second language. The purpose of this study was to investigate how easily children adapt cognates (words sharing same vocabulary and form) as compared to noncognates. It was evaluated that majority of the children easily understood and learnt the cognates with a smaller number having certain issues with learning whereas the same children had difficulty in learning noncognates. It is observed that once adults start to learn a language they easily grasp... ? ARTICLE...
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...Review -Before and after Sarbanes-Oxley - learning to live with change Here the attempt is on review of an article d “Before and after Sarbanes-Oxley - learning to live with change” by Anne Rosivach, which details about the implementation of Sarbanes Oxley act by government in 2002.The article is extremely attractive in the introductory part, as it invites a real life instance of economy where Sarbanes Oxley act would prove beneficial. In the second paragraph, the writer has been justified in defining the meaning of Sarbanes –Oxley act, which proved the article and writer to be professional. According to (Rosivach) “The goals of SOX were to enhance the transparency of financial... Topic:  Article Review...
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...review The “undercover economy” is a situation where an entrepreneur makes or looks a familiar situation from unfamiliar situation. Some questions that undercover economists often ask themselves include the difficulty that make a person set his or her foot on a property ladder. Moreover, nations pondering why for just in fifty years, China has moved from the world’s famine nation to the world greatest economic revolutions those are lifting numerous persons out of poverty. These questions among others are vital questions for understanding familiar situations analyzed from unfamiliar situations. Therefore, undercover economies are new fundamental principles that are used to explain the modern... Article...
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...Review Question What is the general area in which you wish to conduct research? Research Question: How does ethical leadership influence employee voice in non-profit organizations in America? Structure a) Context/ The employees: Employees in non-profit organizations in America who are under the supervision of the manager. b) The Interventions: Ethical leadership style compared with other styles of leadership in non-profit organizations in America. c) Study Mechanisms: Comparative studies of any study mechanisms examining if leaders in different non-profit organizations in America behave in an ethical manner and their influence on employee freedom. d) The outcome: Employee... Management Systematic Review...
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...Review of Equal Opportunity, Our National Myth By JOSEPH STIGLITZ The article is talking about the scar of opportunities in the US much as it is claimed that it is a land of opportunities. This is also despite the fact that the president reaffirmed in his inaugural speech of the fight to ensure equality among all the aspects of demographics in the American society. According to the article, inequality is witnessed most within the economic sector and the education sector. Research has it that economically only 58% born in the bottom fifth income earners are able to move out of that category. Furthermore, the life prospects of an American are largely dependent on the income and education... Review of...
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...Review - This holiday give electronics, not socks Gifts cards seem like the ideal present because it gives the receiver the choice over what to buy, but many times they feel overwhelmed and do not redeem their gift cards. Choosing a gift for a family member or a close friend can be a stressful time, especially if you are unsure of what they would want. For this reason only, the purchase of gift cards will not slow down anytime soon. It is up to retailers to come up with incentives to get customers to use their gift cards, preferably by a certain date. Listed below are some suggestions to help solve the problem of unused gift cards: Put a deadline on the use of the gift card. This may prompt... Article...
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...Review Institutional Affiliation In this paper, I have done a thorough review of an article that discusses and gives much insight on the anxieties experienced by people who suffer from stuttering. Anxiety is one of the main psychological disorders affecting such people. According to (Iverach, et al., 2009) the use of speech in communication is fundamental to occupational success, interpersonal relationships as well as the quality of life. One speech disorder that is known worldwide in its ability to affect effective communication is stuttering. The incidence is estimated at approximately 4-5% with 1% prevalence rate. There is a male to female ratio of 4:1 for the disorder... Psychology Article...
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...review The article by Jerry F. Feldman and Marian N. Hoyle discusses the mutation and genetic makeup of the Neurospora Crasa which have altered the lengths of their circadian rhythm of conidiation (Feldman and Hoyle 613). The focus of the article is to evaluate the role of change in the DNA of nearly all the phyla of eukaryotes including the protozoa and other microorganism. The circadian rhythms have been identified in the phyla. However, there are several complex processes that could be evaluated in the process to understand the basic requirements of the rhythms and its occurrence. The methods of evaluation from the circadian rhythms are illustrated through the article with the results... Article...
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...Review The essay aims to address a two-fold objective to wit to summarize the article; and(2) to critique the article. Article Review Summary General Information. The article compared the preparation of Allied Health Practitioners for management positions to a box. Employees are unable to reach their maximum potential because institutions enclose them in a box that limits their improvement. Among the examples are allied health professions in physical therapy, occupational therapy, medical technology, nutritional science, diagnostic imaging specialties, and speech-language pathology (Bender, 2005, 364). Job levels limit allied health practitioners to fulfill the staff-level clinical roles... ? Article...
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...Review Here the review is being conducted on an article which explains about the risk involved in serving instant soup to young children. The article explains why burn doctors hate instant soup and the corporate responsibility attached with it. It is a known fact that companies sell hot soup in tall and narrow cups. This is highly risky for children as they tend to spill it on their body and cause burns. The scalding occurring on the children can be a serious issue, and companies selling soup must be aware of this fact. The article mainly looks at the point whether the companies selling soup is really responsible for the health of children or not. The article mentions that it can also... ?Topic Article...
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...review on improving service Employees in a company have the responsibility of ensuring satisfaction, which is a crucial key for the success of the enterprise. This is the argument laid out in the article and it goes a step further to illustrate how to go about training staff on the skill set. The training offers ground for all the employees to familiarize with each other from the most subordinate to the senior most staff. Richard states the value of equipping the staff with the ability to handle customers in the most efficient way possible without resolving to conflict or strife. He emphasizes on the allowing the staff the freedom to execute their duties with innate wisdom rather than... Article review...
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...Review: Managing cross-cultural conflict in organizations This text reviews the article whose core focus is on cross-cultural, which is quite evident in numerous organizations (Mayer & Louw, 2012). Since, these conflicts if not managed as necessitated bear detrimental effects on organizations’ progress despite having effective strategies meant to attain its goals. For instance, cross-cultural conflicts in any organization if respective authorities do not resolve them well lead to distress and distraction besides dysfunctional relationships in workplaces (Mayer & Louw, 2012). Conversely, if managed as necessitated these conflicts lead to positive impacts ranging from job satisfaction, stress... Article...
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...Review Brain is the most complex organ of the human body, and many of its parts are still being studied to identify specific areas responsible for given feelings and behaviors. A direct link between exercise and the size of the brain had not been established until very recently when a study was conducted at the University of California in which laboratory experiments were performed on house mice. This study has been summarized by the editors of Science Daily in the article “Is athleticism linked to brain size? Exercise-loving mice have larger midbrains”.   The procedure and results of the experiment are briefly explained in easy words right in the beginning of the article so...         Article Review...
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...Review Functional Independence of Circadian Clocks That Regulate Plant Gene Expression In eukaryotes, behavior, gene expression and metabolism are regulated through circadian clocks. These clocks control physiology through a succession of processes that are synchronized with the day and night cycles. While central pacemakers in animals are found to be located in the brains, the presence of such a pacemaker in plants is doubtful. It is seen that peripheral tissues of plants and animals also seem to have circadian rhythms. However, the central regulator of these circadian clocks in the intact organism is unknown. While it is known that peripheral circadian clocks exist, it...
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...Review The article en d “Multilevel Regulation of the Circadian Clock” by Nicolas Cermakian and PaoloSassone-Corsi discussed in detail the biological explanation of circadian rhythm and how its clock (circadian clock) is being regulated at multiple levels. According to the paper, most of the living organisms have built-on circadian rhythms that allow them to adapt to the cyclical changes in the environment. This can be done mainly on feedback loops at transcriptional level. However, the article revealed that circadian rhythms are not only generated and regulated at the transcriptional level but also in the post-transcriptional level, post-translational mechanisms, chromatin remodeling, clock...
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...Review of the Education of the Concerned January 15, Article Review Research Study under Consideration Bhagwanji, Y., & McCollum, J.A. (1998). Parent Involvement in Preschool Programs for Children at Risk for Academic Failure. Infant-Toddler Intervention: The Transdisciplinary Journal, 8(1), 53-66. Stated Purpose of Investigation The stated purpose of the study under consideration was to have an insight into and investigate the link and association between the educations of preschool children and the commensurate family demographic factors Research Design and Methods The research methodology primarily resorted to in this case tends to be quantitative in its approach and design. Thereby...
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...REVIEW There are many articles that address issues within urban planning specifically, workforce and House as a business concern. This is an example of such an article. The ideas in the article regard workforce housing cost by companies stating that it touches on bottom-line concerns and broader social outcomes within the communities. These concerns are originating from Tyson Foods, Inc. plans for starting a homeownership initiative to its employees. According to the article, there is a lot of long-term underlying cost that comes with a company that never provides proper housing benefits to their employees. This lack of concern for the management always ends having cost effects... REVIEW There are many...
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...Review: Entrepreneurship Behavior and Innovation in Organizations Introduction The aim of this review is evaluate what existing literature discusses about corporate entrepreneurship and innovation. Underlying research or studies on corporate entrepreneurship is that the modern business environment is fast changing thus requires organizational culture that supports innovations through corporate entrepreneurship. The review, therefore, aims at enlightening modern business managers or leaders on how they can use corporate entrepreneurship to position and strategize their organizations so as to sustain competition by encouraging innovativeness among the human resource. Luke (2012) discusses... Article...
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...Review Summary of the main points of the article The article “Factors influencing individual creativity in the workplace: an examination of quantitative empirical research” by Toby Marshall Egan published in “Advances in Developing human resources” on May 2005, talks about the importance of individual creativity and the role of external influences on it. The article deals in the individual employee creativity and the influence of the external factors with the help of quantitative approach. The article discusses many major and minor points in this regard. The major points in the context of this article are as follows: Creativity is important to every organization and can solve any problem... Article...
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...Review Thesis ment The paper critically reviews the different types of legal protection for intellectual property and analyzes the legalissues of e-business including intellectual property, privacy, ethics and securities based on an article ‘Intellectual Property and E-Commerce’ published by The Economist Intelligence Unit Limited. Article Review on E-Business and Intellectual Property During the last two decades, there has been drastic technological explosion and it has impacted the way of performing business in many aspects. The commencement of business transaction over the internet has amplified not only as a marketing tool of promotion, but it has provided a wide platform of online... Article...
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...Reviews Article In the first article, What Impact Has Training Have on Employee Commitment and Turnover by Scott Brum provides a balanced and dispassionate discussion on the effect of training on employee retention and commitment. The author starts by providing background information on training (Brum, 2007). The other strength of the article is that the author mentions the major talking points, such as significance of training, training costs, and variables related to training like motivation, satisfaction, wages, productivity, and performance providing the reader with an overview of what the article talks about. The audiences for the article include students, human resource managers... Article Reviews...
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...review 3 Critical Analysis: 7 Interpretation: 8 Conclusion: 9 References 11 Introduction: The contribution of the public health officials is important in both preparedness of health planning process and response to the health threats. Implementation of public health measures relevance of competences of the public health system. In order to provide sufficient information, regarding the illness and health injuries as well as improve community wellbeing, public health officials play a significant role (Bellis et al. 2005). The success of stimulation exercise supplied by health care department... THE ROLE OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICIALS IN COMMUNICATING PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATION TABLE OF CONTENTS Literature...
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...Review: Combining Synthetic, Natural Toxins Could Disarm Cancer, Drug-Resistant Bacteria Medicine is not incarcerated in the Science-only jail; it is not merely a confined space where arts have no interference. In my opinion all branches of knowledge are interconnected and it would be a shame to consider arts something different from science. The Art of War by Sun Tzu has mentioned many times the art of deception in winning a fight. Who would have known that this method would be used in medicine to cure cancer! The article Combining Synthetic, Natural Toxins Could Disarm Cancer, Drug-Resistant Bacteria by Jade Boyd tells us exactly how war tactics can be used in medicine to fight cancer... Article...
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...Review of the Education of the Concerned January 15, Article Review Research Study under Consideration Bhagwanji, Y., & McCollum, J.A. (1998). Parent Involvement in Preschool Programs for Children at Risk for Academic Failure. Infant-Toddler Intervention: The Transdisciplinary Journal, 8(1), 53-66. Stated Purpose of Investigation The stated purpose of the study under consideration was to have an insight into and investigate the link and association between the educations of preschool children and the commensurate family demographic factors Research Design and Methods The research methodology primarily resorted to in this case tends to be quantitative in its approach and design. Thereby... ? Article...
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...Review of the Dimensions of Management Team Performance Introduction The concept of teams and teamwork has evolved remarkably over the last two decades. With the passing of time and as companies gained more and more experience about using teams in the way they do business, and factoring in the tremendous developments in technology, corporate organizations have become more creative in the way teams are utilized. Even the official titles in some organizations have been revolutionized with the increasing roles that teams have assumed. Supervisors are now called team leaders (Stockly. 2006) and departments have now become teams. Companies who have employed the use of teams... Business Press,...
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...review were found using online databases for medical researches, which includes PubMed, MEDLINE, and Google Scholar. Search terms used to further increase the specificity of results were: pulmonary rehabilitation; chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, COPD, rehabilitation, pulmonary rehabilitation effectiveness, exercise, exercise training, exercise effects, exercise guidelines, health-related quality of life, HRQL, pulmonary rehabilitation guidelines, facility-based pulmonary rehabilitation, home-based pulmonary rehabilitation, COPD education, clinical trial. Based on the American... PATIENTS UNDERGOING PULMONARY REHABILITATION (PR) OF CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE (COPD) Patients Undergoing...
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...Review of an Article on Second Language Acquisition Research of the Student) University Topic: Writing a Review of an Article on Second Language Acquisition Research Introduction This paper will enter into a discussion on the article The Relationship between Second Language Acquisition Theory and Computer-Assisted Language Learning by Carol A. Chapelle. The source for this article is: The Modern Language Journal, Vol. 93, Focus Issue: Technology in the Service of Language Learning: Update on Garrett (1991) Trends and Issues (2009), pp. 741-753, published... Topic: Writing a...
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...Review This article is about work-family conflict written by Rachel Gali Cinamon and Yisrael Rich based on Cinamon's dissertation as advised by Rich. It aimed to broaden understanding of the work-family conflict by investigating simultaneously the attributions of relative importance to the family and work domains. The researchers claim that its main difference from earlier research strategies is that it sheds light on how... work] Profiles of Attribution of Importance to Life Roles and their Implications for the Work-Family Conflict R.G. Cinamon & Y. Rich, Journal of Counselling Psychology 2002, Vol. 49; Part 2, pages 212-220 American Psychological Association (APA) ISSN 0022-0167 A Critical Review ...
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...Review s Overview of Study Sharing is considered one of the most important prosocial behaviours especially among children since it encourages positive interaction. However, in comparison to normal children, autistic children do not engage in such behaviour at all thereby inhibiting a beneficial positive atmosphere. Previously several researchers examined various methods to teach autistic children to share. Such methods included use of priming prior to play sessions along with prompting and reinforcement and forwards chaining procedure. In this study, the author conducted the experiment among a small group of autistic children in different... Article...
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...Review Overview of Study In the research based article d ‘Strategies for making regular contact with the scholarly literature’ by JamesE. Carr & Adam M. Briggs, the evidence based performances has been described. After reviewing the article, it can be determined that the practitioners are often encountered with some barriers while conducting a literature review. The major problem related to review of literature is associated with limited access to the research that can be derived from journals, articles and various types of literature content. There are various types of functions performed by the practitioners while writing research papers. The major functions generally involve searching... Article...
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...review PSU ID: Article Discussed: What the Strengthening Dollar Means for Emerging Markets, WSJ, 9/12 The clauseexplores the impacts of the steadily rising value of the dollar against the currencies of emerging markets. The authors document that there is the likelihood that firms based in the emerging economies might incur heftier costs as their debt bills turn due. The interest on the trend comes in after the previous weakening of the dollar saw many firms and government heavily transacting and borrowing on the dollar in the recent past. Question: how will the continued gain in the value of the dollar affect the economies and subsequently investments and trade in the...
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...Review: Circadian Gating of Cell Division in Cyanobacteria Growing with Average Doubling Times of Less Than 24 hours The research article by Mor, Binder and Johnson delves into the one of the functions of the circadian oscillator located in the prokaryotic cyanobacterium. To this end, the authors explore its function in relation to time regulation as far as cell division is concerned within cultures that are growing rapidly. The purpose of the research article was informed by the fact that cell division cycles and circadian rhythms play an important role in cyclic biological systems. Moreover, among unicellular eukaryotic organisms, the rhythmic mechanism exhibited in most cases is non... Article...
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...Review- “Independent Photoreceptive Circadian Clocks throughout Drosophila” The article reviews the expression of luciferase or green fluorescent protein from the promoter of the clock period in order to monitor the circadian clock in explanted abdominal tissues, head and thorax in transgenic drosophila (Plautz et al., 1632). The observed photoreceptive properties of the explanted tissues indicate the role of unidentified photoreceptors in photic signal transduction of the clock. The purpose of the study is to investigate the expression of genes instrumental to the functioning of the biological clock. The researchers sought to examine the activity of unidentified circadian photoreceptors... Article...
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...Review: The research report written by Favreault regarding the relationship between discrimination and economic mobility is very enlightening. A report is enlightening when it adds a unique aspect to a large body of knowledge already available on a certain subject. One such most significant aspect of this report is that prejudices do not precede discrimination, rather they are generated by the latter. Prejudice is not already prevalent in a society to give birth to discrimination. Rather, it is the pathological discrepancy between democratic ideals and discriminatory treatment of disadvantaged groups which induces people to perceive things in a particular way. That particular way shapes... Research...
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...REVIEW Introduction The paper water pollution in India was done by M.N Murty and Surrender Kumar. Water pollutionproves a dangerous occurrence in India. The sources of ground water pollution come from biological pollution, toxic pollution, and inorganic affluent 1(pg. 285).The paper attempts to point out the hypothetical and the guidelines issues in trying to minimise water pollution in India. Thesis statement The government of India has tried to set rules and regulations to guide the individuals against pollution. The research problems Regulation of water pollution The regulatory bodies are divided into two namely formal and informal2 (pg. 288). The formal body deals directly... REVIEW Introduction...
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...Review: Brain Areas Role Learning Identified "Brain Areas Role in Learning Identified" is an online article published in the journal Science by a team of researchers from the University of Maryland and the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). In this article, researchers have highlighted the role of one area of the brain termed as orbitofrontal cortex, which according to the article “is responsible for decisions made on the spur of the moment, not on experiences or habits”. Researchers have emphasized on the fact that previously orbitofrontal cortex was consider responsible for both types of reactions including those based on experiences or habits and those, which are based on spur... Article...
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...Review: Multioscillatory Circadian Organization in a Vertebrate, Iguana iguana The research paper is about the study of circadian systems of multi cellular organisms, the study investigates circadian responses of animals in different situations. To be more specific the study in this research paper is carried out in order to clarify the roles played by the ‘retina’ – light sensitive layer of tissue, lining the inner surface of eye, ‘pineal’- a small endocrine gland in the vertebrae brain and ‘parietal eye’ – third eye, which is a part of epithalamus present in some species in the circadian organization in species. Circadian process or organization is not influenced by the...
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...Review The article in focus is business related and talks extensively about various concepts in the contemporary business environment. The article goes by the title Do you Play to Win or to Not Lose. The title of the article does a great job giving the reader a general view metaphorically of what the content is. The article begins by grouping people into two. This was a very good strategy incorporated by the writer because grouping is very critical in the success of passing on certain information to people. The reason is people vary in opinion and consequently tend to perceive information differently. The article was effective and can assist many people in the manner through which they go... Article...
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...Review ‘The Token Economy for Children with Intellectual Disability and/or Autism’ Purpose of the study The basic purpose of this research article is to analyze the past performance records, current practices and the prediction about the future trends regarding the Intellectual Disability in the Token economies. Token economies are a special point of discussion for the experts reading the autism or we can say intellectual disability. According to the researchers, the token or we can say ticket system having some cash value play an important role to reinforce children who are facing some problems in reading or any other activity. Therefore, the research article helps us to find out the real... Article...
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...review of the Article :Amazon Fires on the Rise, by Rebecca Lindsey • design by Robert Simmon • March 5, 2008 _____________________________________________________________________________________ Retreived January 27, 2013 Retreived From http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Features/AmazonFireRise Atmospheric scientists in Brazil have been studying the effects of man caused fire events during the dry seasons throughout the Amazon River Basin. The delicate nature of the rain forest ecosystem in the Amazon has caused both environmentalists and government officials in Brazil to take a serious look into effects of deforestation across the entire region and how... Amazon Fires on the Rise: A cautionary Tale A...
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...Review Overview of Study Clinicians and other caregivers have an important role in patients’ lives. As such, there must be integrity in the treatment systems of healthcare institutions and data reliability in thei portals because any slight fault can lead to fatal consequences for caregivers. Caregivers have to be sure of the data they are reading so that they can give proper diagnoses that lead to the right treatment. Worldwide, there isan emphasis on data integrity within clinical institutions, but there has been little focus in terms of treatment integrity in spite of the important role it plays in our lives (Vollmer, Sloman & Pipkin, 2008). The main purpose of this article is, therefore...
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...Review, 30(1), 21-41. Theodosiou, M., & Katsikea, E. (2013). The Export Information System: An Empirical Investigation of Its Antecedents and Performance Outcomes. Journal of International Marketing, 21(3), 72-94. Top of Form SCHUMANN, J. H. (2009). The impact of culture on relationship marketing in international services a target group-specific analysis in the context of banking services. Wiesbaden, Gabler. http://site.ebrary.com/id/10351427. Samaha, S. A., Beck, J. T., & Palmatier, R. W. (2014). The Role of Culture in International Relationship Marketing. Journal of Marketing, 78(5), 78-98. Siu, O. L., Lu, C. Q., & Spector, P. E. (2013). Direct and indirect...
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...review. Annals of Internal Medicine, 158(2), 390-6. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-158-5-201303051-00005. Systematic review Several reviews, 4 meta-analyses in 19 studies Evidence outsourced from PubMed Meta analyses of studies Multi-discipinary approach, use of information technology, staff education and training would reduce incidence of patient falls. Haines, T., Hill, A., Hill, K., Brauer, S., Hoffmann, T., Etherton-Beer, C., et al. (2013). Cost effectiveness of patient education for the prevention... APA Citation Design Sampling Data Collection Analysis Key Findings Miake-Lye, I., Hempel, S., Ganz, D., & Shekelle, P. (2013). Inpatient fall prevention programs as a patient safety strategy: a systematic...
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