Marketing in the United States
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...Summary Related To Marketing in the United s Source: Dionne Searce. “Marketers Are Sizing Up the Millennials.” The New York Times. August 21, 2014. Accessed October 7, 2014. 1. The discussion will include; The shifted market focus for marketers. Marketing is now focused on the millennial generation which now forms the largest proportion of the population. Marketers have now identified a new consumer generation. The realisation changes the long-held perception this generation is lazy and indecisive. The choice of a marketing strategy. Responses to market changes. 2. Despite the long-held perceptions that the millennial generation is indecisive, lazy and possibly inactive in the business... Article...
General Biology - Summary and Review of Two Articles
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...Summary and Review of Two Articles Source of Half Earths Oxygen Gets Little Credit Phytoplankton are one-celled plants that live in the ocean surface and support the productivity and life of those living in and off the ocean through the process of photosynthesis. In the process of photosynthesis, phytoplankton use energy from the sun to convert carbon dioxide and nutrients into complex organic compounds (Roach, n.p.). Thus, phytoplankton need two important things to undergo photosynthesis: energy from the sun and nutrients from the water. Half of the world’s oxygen is produced during the photosynthesis of phytoplankton as they release oxygen into the water and even if they die... General Biology 101:...
Oliver William's Articl on Black Males and Social Problems Summary
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...Summary Oliver William’s article on Black Males and Social Problems in the Journal of Black Studies handles very critical issues on black ethnicity. He seeks to explain the reasons why there are many social problems among black Americans than there are among white Americans. He presents the most probable causes to the issue as well as potential solutions. Black males in America are culprits of social problems such as crime, drug addiction, and poverty, lack of proper education, unemployment, and alcoholism. Oliver begins by highlighting the theories that different authors have put across to explain why these social problems affect black males more than white males. He then elaborates... Article Summary...
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...Coal Ban Could Heat Up Electri Prices In the 13 s of the United s, the banning of coal-plant operations has been enacted or deliberated. These coal-fired power plants, which the public strongly opposes, are the chief suppliers of greenhouse gases in the United States. However, according to new scientific studies, the enactment of coal-plants ban will merely contribute insignificant reductions in the emissions of CO2 while severely increasing electricity prices. A number of experts argue that it would be wiser to put into effect standards or limits on the quantity of emitted CO2 to produce electricity than totally banning the operation of coal plants. The decision to prohibit... Ban Could Heat Up...
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...Trends in Communication and Networking Trends in Communication and Networking The communication and networking industries have been experiencing continuous technical transformation over the years. Communication and networking systems are rapidly advancing. As businesses grow at a fast rate, so does their demand for higher amounts of traffic that pass through networks. Advancements in communication and networking have caused people to want faster and easier internet access than was the case in the past. Currently, most business organizations rely on Ethernet switches and IP routers for their communication and networking needs. New technologies have enabled businesses to embrace new... in Communication...
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... Basic Marketing: A Marketing Strategy Planning Approach This book offers an integrated learning and teaching solutionfor showcasing managerial orientation, as well as the four Ps framework, with a strategy planning focal point (Perreault, Cannon and McCarthy 3). The unifying focus of this book is on how to formulate marketing decisions in choosing what clients to center on and the best way of meeting their needs. Some of the chapters include topics such as marketing value to consumers firms and society, marketing strategy planning, evaluating opportunities in the changing market environment, focusing marketing strategy with segmentation and positioning, and final consumer and their buying... Basic...
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... VERBAL LEARNING AND VERBAL BEHAVIOR VOLUME 11, PAGES 717-726 Introduction This journal suggests an overall approach towards some complications related to comprehension and memory. Various studies that have been reported have tried to explain an experimental model that seems to be useful when adapted to help solve the verbal complications. The approaches to comprehension that have been used in this article originate from hypotheses centered on transformational linguistics. The researcher wanted to find out that pertinent background acquaintance is a precondition for comprehending text passages. Methods The study that was carried out in this article used experiments to come... VERBAL LEARNING AND VERBAL...
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...Summaries Article Summaries Article Introduction The article d as “How to Request an Initial Evaluation for Special Education Eligibility” was authored by the organization called Disability Rights Texas (Disability Rights Texas, 2015). In this article the organization has outlined the time it takes for the school district of Texas for the identification, sorting and evaluation of children who are suffering from disabilities and require special education. Body Timelines and Request Format The district allots 15 days of school days to parents to provide the district with consent for their child’s evaluation. The district takes another 45 days to evaluate the child and it takes another 30... Article...
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...? The First Joke: Exploring the Evolutionary Origins of Humor The work in article throws light on possible adaptive features of humor in academic sense and analyses its evolution over a historical perspective. Old ideas and theories including present one have been analyzed. Scientific approach has been adopted to study humor behavior perspective basing on animals, genetics, child, pathological conditions, neurobiology, traditional societies and cognitive archeology; these topics are potentially salient to the evolution of humor. Humor and laughter are closely related however these are not synonymous. One can laugh without a humorous stimulus and similarly one can experience humor without... The First...
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...Mandatory parental education affiliation Mandatory parental education In the modern day parenthood, the responsibility of parents has been criticized due to the behavioral change in their children. In an argument by Bartolotti (2009) parents require day to fay education in the way they treat and handle their children. The article by Bartolotti (2009) focuses on the suitability of parent education in regards to the development of a child. Considering the amount of time parents spend with their children, it is a mandatory requirement to know how to approach children. The article explains the specific requirements of parent education and well as the benefits that parents and children may have... parental...
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...? Article review 22 June The article to be reviewed is en d “Emotion recognition and regulation in anorexia nervosa” by Harrison, Sullivan, Tchanturia, and Treasure (2009). 1. The topic The topic is emotion recognition, regulation, and expression among subjects with anorexia nervosa (AN). This topic explores the emotional intelligence dimension of the eating disorder anorexia nervosa. 2. Why it is scientifically and/or clinically important This is clinically important, because as Harrison et al. (2009) stressed, emotional problems underlie eating disorders, and yet there is “scant attention paid to specific aspects such as emotional recognition, regulation and expression” (p.348... Article review 22...
Type a summary for each of the 4 readings that are assigned this wk
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...Summaries of Articles on Deaf People and Deaf Studies Summary of Kelly’s “Where is Deaf HERstory?” Kelly (2008) explored the feminist standpoint, epistemology, and methodology of Deaf Studies in “Where is Deaf HERstory?” She defined a feminist standpoint as a self-conscious thinking about the female self and her position in relation to other groups and systems in society. She stressed that self-consciousness enables women to examine and challenge their oppressed situations. Kelly (2008) asserted that women and Deaf people both experience duality because of their closer connection with their gender and because of their shared experiences of discrimination. Furthermore, Kelly (2008) noted... ...
HOW TO IMPROVE SECURITY IN THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION(EXECUTIVE SUMMARY)
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...Summary Executive Summary Introduction The increase in insecurity, in the Department Of Education is of great importance to be dealt with for the safety of children with disabilities. This was in response to 14 years old boy (Avonte Oquendo) death due to insecurity, a phenomenon that could be prevented. Current statistics from the NYCS have revealed that some of the tragedies are happening due to negligence from the responsible persons. A teacher ended the lives of two accidents after starting a fire. Assessment of the Problem and Literature Review In response, confidential and private information that is sensitive for sharing with the administration should have effective mechanisms... Executive Summary ...
The summary of the article for business within two weeks' newspaper
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...Summary A web site called Full Tilt Poker cheated millions of people who logged onto it to play poker. While the game was a gambling game, the participants were unaware that they were actually playing a game designed to put them at higher risk than the usual poker game. For instance, even when they had no chips in the table, the contestants lost money. Apparently, the owners and managers of Full Tilt collected money from their customers with the pretence of keeping the money in secure... ? “Poker Web Site Cheated Users, U.S. Suit Says” By Matt Richtel, The New York Times, Sept. 20, http www.nytimes.com 09/21/business/poker-site-misused-players-money-us-says.html?scp=1&sq=September+20+2011&st=nyt Summary...
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...? The main topics from the discussed in the article Valuation of Corporate Social Responsibility Report are ethics and social responsibility (Dagiliene & Gokiene). Due to the competitive nature of the marketplace public corporations must report both financial and non-financial information. The CSR report is considered one of the most important non-financial reports that companies issue once a year. In general in the business industry there is a lack of qualitative and quantitative valuation of social information. The main goal of the article was to investigate the valuation variables of corporate social responsibility and to analyze the social responsibility reports of Lithuanian companies... The main...
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... Article Oil Falls To Near $76 as US Crude Supplies Grow This article is about the fall of oil prices on Wednesday 15 September 2010 in Singapore to almost 76 dollars a barrel following an increase in the United States’ crude supplies. The fall in oil prices in Asia was after a report that indicated a rise in U.S. crude supplies in the previous week, which suggested that demand remains tepid. The article indicates that in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange, the October delivery benchmark crude fell by 51 cents at 76.29 dollars a barrel at late afternoon Singapore time and that on Tuesday 14 September, the contract settled at 76.80 dollars after having lost 39 cents... Article Oil...
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...Malcolm X writes that there was a time in prison that he actually felt more freedom than ever before. This new feeling of freedom was caused by his growing literacy and his increasing desire to share the teachings of Elijah Muhammad with the world. This new freedom was difficult for Malcolm X to obtain, but he was diligent in his studies. Malcolm X said that he had a difficult time understanding books because so many of the words were unknown to him. He said that they might as well have been written in a language other than English. His lack of vocabulary meant that he could not use the written word to broaden his understanding. He remembers that when he was hustling on the street, he... X writes...
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... It hurts to be a Girl This is an analysis conducted by the researcher to find out why poor girls in the post-industrial urban Northeast, whilst living in areas of high prevalence of domestic violence, opt to secure jobs and independency. All in all, the main problem in concern is the issue of gender violence and inequality in the society. Women are discriminated as the weaker sex by men. Observation, one on one interviews, and focus group discussions are conducted on a sample size of nine girls ranging from 11 to 13 years. They are interrogated on their family lives back at home, and their responses are tragic as they bring out difficult times that they face. They are compassionate... It hurts to be a...
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...Running Head: Managing Sport Sponsorship Programs: Lessons from a Critical Assessment of English Soccer. Department Subject Date Authors of the article critically examine sports sponsorship programs as well as the lessons particularly from soccer in England. Sports such as soccer enjoy a huge fan base and this has seen a significant rise in the financial values of sponsoring sports. Sponsorship activities in sport are on the upward trend and globally they are projected to rich $25 billion in the near future. Corporates want to associate with sports especially soccer for publicity reasons and this has seen a rise in shirt sponsorship contracts which involve corporates paying some fee... Head: Managing...
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... May 22, Nochlin’s “The Imaginary Orient” In “The Imaginary Orient,” Linda Nochlin disagrees with Donald Rosenthal, the organizer of the exhibit, Orientalism: The Near East in French Painting, 1800-1880, that French Orientalist painting does not have to be re-examined for its political uses. Nochlin asserts that political domination and thinking are at the heart of Orientalist artworks. She primarily analyzes Jean-Léon Gérômes painting, The Snake Charmer, though she also examines other paintings. Nochlin asserts that the painting ironically includes “absences” that become “presences” (35). One of the absences is the absence of historical context that makes the painting mysterious... May 22, Nochlin’s...
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...Quality Process Quality Process Synopsis: The article delves on the quality control system of the garment industry. In the garment industry the objective of the quality control system is to come up with “a satisfactory design of the fabric or garment in relation to the level of choice in design, styles, colours, suitability of components and fitness of product for the market” (Alagulakshmi & Vanitha, n.d., p. 1). Why Chosen: This article was chosen because one is interested to learn about the garment industry. Furthermore, the data presented in the discourse is specific and could be applied to any company in the garment industry. One also realizes that quality control in the garment... Process...
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... College: North Korea: Endgame of the Cold War North Korea has long been a socialist nation. Its centralized government is firmly under the control of the communist Korean Worker’s Party (KWP). Over the years, it has been experiencing unstable relations not only with its neighboring countries but the U.S. too. This is as a result of the North Korean government belief in brinksmanship as the most efficient form of diplomacy. This situation is among the major effects that the end of the cold war has brought forth to this nation. North Korea enjoyed much prosperity and was indeed more economically sound than its southern counterpart (South Korea) even in the early 1970s. However... College: North Korea: ...
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... Keynesian Macroeconomics without the LM Curve The IS-LM model, developed in the 1960’s, for a long time, has been a key tool of macroeconomic training. It is a critical instrument for understanding macroeconomic variations. Developed at a time when inflation was nonexistent, its conventions and interpretations, however, make it more appropriate to examining some subjects and environments than other models. About the subjects, monetary and fiscal policies that were critical in analyzing short-run fluctuations in the 1970’s are no longer effective. Similarly, as concerns the environment, a key adjustment is that most central banks today do not give great attention to financial aggregates... Keynesian...
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...The topic for this study is the use of CNS medications and the impact it has on the cognition of the elderly. The study conducted on this topic is longitudinal population based. It aims to analyze numerous Central Nervous System medications which are prescribed for patients of a certain age and how the effect that these have on the patient could be detrimental to their cognitive health. This study interests me mostly because the human mind and cognition is a subject that I am greatly fascinated with. The decline that the individuals face after a certain age seems to be an area which I find greatly intriguing mostly due to personal experiences. My grandfather who was mostly sick and had... topic for...
New deveopment in textile industry - article summary
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...Key Facts Underlined The textile industry is an early adopter of new ideas and technologies. Textiles are not only for the fashion conscious - they have important applications in the aerospace, automotive, construction, healthcare and sportswear industries. Already on the market are socks and leisurewear with embedded silver nanoparticles that combat odour through killing bacteria – and this capability has been extended successfully to wound dressings. Several brands of clothing, including some designer labels, have incorporated self-cleaning and stain repellent nanotechnologies, very convenient for school clothes - and, of course, the less a garment needs to be washed, the more energy... Facts...
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...Supply Chain Management Article: “Supply Chain Matters First Impression Regarding RedPrarie/ JDA Software Merger” Synopsis: JDA Software, a supply chain planning and technology provider has ventured into a yet to be an agreement with the supply chain executive and technology provider Red Prairie with the anticipated objectives that the two would wish come up with combined capabilities of supply chain planning and execution sustainability to win in the market. However, no communications have been aired following incomplete agreement by the management officials as to who, how, when and what should and should not be incorporated. Positive enough is the fact that officials from both companies... Chain...
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... April 10, Matheson’s “The Simpsons, Hyper-Irony, and the Meaning of Life” Comedies are changing because society is changing too. Carl Matheson analyzes how The Simpsons uses quotationalism and hyper-ironism in describing and criticizing modern life. Quotationalism refers to quoting popular culture symbols or languages, while hyper-ironism is about showing a “cold” comedy approach on having insights about the world that other people lack (Matheson). Matheson shows that The Simpsons effectively uses quotationalism and hyper-ironism in developing the bleak humor of the show. Matheson explains that The Simpsons effectively uses quotationalism through allusions. He gives the example... April 10, Matheson’s ...
Article summary: job satisfaction and attendece
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...Running head: JOB SATISFACTION AND ATTENDANCE Job Satisfaction and Attendance JOB SATISFACTION AND ATTENDANCE 2 Job Satisfaction and Attendance The specific purpose of Smith’s study was to examine the relationship between work attitude and attendance of salaried employees whose absence is considered to be under the individual’s control since no salary is deducted for infrequent absences. Since the study took place the day after the snowstorm, the added variable of considerable effort was present. Smith (1977) notes that previous review of the literature between job satisfaction and such work-related behaviour as job performance and absenteeism have tended to conclude that job satisfaction...
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...? The United s has been in turmoil in terms of job creation since the recession of 2008-2009 hit America and the rest of the world. The article “Want Job Creation” Small Business, the Road to Recovery discusses the current situation unemployment dilemma in the United States band how small businesses can contribute to spur job creation in America. The author of the article critically examines the governmental figures in terms of unemployment. His claim is that the official governmental data in terms of employment is skewed because the figures that claim that another 80,000 new jobs were added into the United States economy does not take into consideration the new entrants into the job market... The...
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...CAREERS IN PSYCHOLOGY The given article under the “Careers in Psychology” has been written by Kendra Van Wagner, where the throws lighton the wide range of professions and careers for the qualified psychologists. The talented psychologists, according to Kendra, can make their sure headway towards unabated success in multiple occupations including teaching, counselling, therapeutic services, research and others. Since the discipline of psychology is not confined to one topic only and consists of multi-dimensional topics, the services of psychologists can be allocated according to their efficiency, command, speciality and dexterity. Moreover, psychologists can also render valuable services... IN...
Article - pogression of cancer through newspaper articles. (Summary)
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...?The development of cancer research: 1998-2008 Introduction The global occurrence of cancer makes it a major health concern that has cleaved millionsof dollars for research. The ailment is equally common in modern and in developing countries which suggests that the discrepancies in the health care system is not an important factor for a substantial conclusion of its occurrence. This paper will highlight the significant breakthroughs of cancer research and its implications worldwide in terms of health care policy making and the creation of general health care standard. First is a discussion on the discovery that the cancer can be entirely caused by a virus which is contrary to the initial... development...
ARTICLE SUMMARY - APPLYING LEAN SIX SIGMA METHODOLOGIES TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCY
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...? Applying Lean Six Sigma Methodologies to Improve Efficiency XXXXXXX XXXXXXX XXXXXXX9 April 17, Applying Lean Six Sigma Methodologies to improve efficiency, timeliness of care and quality of care in an internal medicine residency clinic is a key role in the improvement or strengthening the bond between the physician and a patient in order to improve preventive health and chronic disease management. Comprehensive study of the various methodologies used in lean six sigma are going to be looked at for example work flow process, relationship between patient and physician and compliance of patient pertaining to appointments to their care (Stamatis, 2011). Moreover, certain methods like rapid... Applying...
Summary the article The Power to see ourselves by Paul J. Brower
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...An Analysis of, “The Power to See Ourselves” by Paul J. Brower The Power to See Ourselvesby Paul J. Brower In its broad overview, the article, The Power to See Ourselves by Paul J. Brower talks about the concept of self-image particularly on changing behaviors among rising managers and how these behaviors are developed over time. The term self-concept in management is reasonably decisive as it expounds on managers’ development process and realization of individual potential. According to the article, managers ought to have steady self development and understanding on their own situation. It is sometimes complicated to advise inexperienced managers on how to grow in behavior. The only thing... Analysis...
Article summary The Impact of Corruption on Liquidity, Execution Risk, and Foreign Equity Investments in International Capital Markets
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... Article Review Corruption in any form is a threat to the economy of any country. The implication of its bad effects reaches the international economy in two ways, one is as such it disturbs the liquidity of foreign economy and the other is, foreign investment port folio a corrupt economy is always considered as a risky market for investors. The findings expressed by authors Jain, Kuvvet & Pagano (2011) in their article reveals the seriousness of threat posed by corruption across the globe. The detailed explanation of different spectrums of its impact is a fundamental documentation for reference of the scenario at international levels. While the article suggest that the well-functioning... Article...
Genetics, environment, general biology, evolution, plants, etc. and provide a one-page Review, Critique, Relate summary using general writing style and format for each source
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... Genetics: “Human genome far more active than thought” According to the GEN Consortium, there are actually “twice as many genes than previously thought” (“Human genome”). The 10,000 novel genes that are discovered by the improvement of sequencing technology are a fine addition to the original number of genes discovered by the human genome sequence in 2003, which is 20,687. However, the new sequencing technology was able to detect alternative forms of the previously discovered genes, which number around 9,277. These 9,277 long non-coding genes actually do not contain the genetic code to form proteins, and with such novel technology, there is actually potential for around 10,000 more... Genetics: “Human...
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...Summary al Affiliation: Article Summary Advances and Current of the Security and Privacy in Electronic Health Records: Survey from a Social Perspective by Antonio Tejero and Isabel De La Torre addresses the use of electronic health records in terms of their introduction and their current state in the medical and health sector. Tejero and De La Torre assert that the use of electronic health records has been on the rise especially since medical agencies started implementing digital solutions into their platforms. The authors point out that electronic health records (EHRs) are part of the most essential improvements in the health sector in patient care. The article points out that the motive... Article...
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...summary Why flunking exams is actually a good thing: A summary If it happened that by mistake, a person got the final exam questions in the email on the first course day, then the person would automatically ensure that they understood the whole bit of the exam before the final test day, and ensure they passed. On the other hand, if the exam was the wrong one, the person would curse throughout the paper, confused and not sure what to do. This is the theory behind pretesting, something that has proven to improve the brain a lot. The article suggests that testing is amongst the best way to remember what one learns in class. The theory has been proven... Why flunking exams is actually a good thing: A...
News article that is relevant to one of our human resource management topics
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...Summary al Affiliation News Article Summary Summary of the Article In a news article en d of Safety” written by Morrison (2014), the author provided relevant information which disclosed the declining trend in terms of reported work-related injuries, illnesses, and fatalities. The report emphasized the role that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) role in manifesting this improved trend. Emphasis and commendation was relegated to OSHA’s ability to assist employers in improving health and safety in the work place through provision of clear standards, as well as enforcing them. Likewise, it was also stressed that through the provision of needed education... Article Summary al...
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...Summary of the HIPAA Privacy Rule, Retrieved from: http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/privacy/hipaa/understanding/summary/index.html HHS (2013), What Information is Protected, Retrieved from: http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/privacy/hipaa/understanding/summary/index.html Vormetric (2013), HIPAA Requirements, Retrieved from: http://www.hipaasurvivalguide.com/hipaa-requirements.php.... 6 DQ1 and 2 John Jones DQ1 One only has to listen to the news to realize that security should be of the utmost importance inmanaging a healthcare facility. There are three separate areas of that subject that will be discussed here; physical, technical and data redundancy. Physical security concerns the safety of the material aspects of...
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...Summary Summary: The Learning Organization and Strategic Change Summary of the Article Organizations have developed different strategies, over the period of time, towards management change in order to tackle obstacles by planning and adopting appropriate actions. Each organization individually learns to change by experiencing problems and resolving them through planning and taking necessary measures. However, the organizations collectively have also learned the process of change over the passage of time. After the development of three models of strategic change, the fourth model, referred to as the ‘learning organization’, is evolving to assist organizations in developing... , the third model...
(Ethics and Communication) reflect on the ethics followed by Jim Lehrer
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...Summary of: (Ethics and Communication) Reflect on the ethics followed by Jim Lehrer Submitted to, Submitted By, of the student] Submitted on, [June 4th, 2011] Article Summary In almost every walk of life people come and go, but very few are remembered. Jim Lehrer is one of those people who would always be remembered in his professional circle and in general public for his highly commendable deeds. The stealth transition of Jim Lehrer is an unmatched example of ultimate professionalism, dedication to cause and sacrifice. Talent alone would be of no use until and unless provided with a suitable chance to get exhibited and acknowledged. Jim Lehrer being a...
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...Summary; Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies Research Summary; Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies The research done by Brian Tate aimed at examining the variability in leadership results in a given period as a function of personal discrepancies. It investigated to what extent people get recognized as readers and how that varies over time with authentic leadership and monitoring as interpreters (Tate 2008, p. 16). The research was done on undergraduate students from Midwest Academy of Management. Data collected was from 115 undergraduate students in an upper-level of a leadership course. They were randomly distributed into 29 groups with each consisting of three... Research...
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...Summary of: (Ethics and Communication) Reflect on the ethics followed by Jim Lehrer Submitted to, Submitted By, of the student] Submitted on, [June 4th, 2011] Article Summary In almost every walk of life people come and go, but very few are remembered. Jim Lehrer is one of those people who would always be remembered in his professional circle and in general public for his highly commendable deeds. The stealth transition of Jim Lehrer is an unmatched example of ultimate professionalism, dedication to cause and sacrifice. Talent alone would be of no use until and unless provided with a suitable chance to get exhibited and acknowledged. Jim Lehrer being a...
Perception and learning
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...Summary: Learning and Perception This article examines learning and perception in human beings as they engage with their environment and are exposed to a variety of stimulus. These stimuli cause them to perceive and learn from the environment which in turn affects their behavior. The article emphasizes the fact that both learning and perception are distinct yet intertwined when it comes to human behavior. Incidents and events which occurred in the past tend to shape current human behavior. This is the essence of learning. Learning typically occurs through classical conditioning, operant conditioning or perceptual learning. On the other hand, perception is the responsiveness of human beings... Article...
Put down that Doughnut
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...Summary The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) declared that partially hydrogenated oils cannot be considered safe. Finalization of this preliminarydetermination would categorize these oils as food additives, and their use in foods without approval would become illegal. Trans fat found in a variety of food products can cause heart disease. Addition of hydrogen to liquid oils solidifies them and increases their shelf life. Processed foods containing these partially hydrogenated oils consist of trans fat. While partially hydrogenated oil’s use has a long history in American kitchens, its use has become increasingly limited lately. Major food chains have stopped the use of trans fat for frying... The Food...
Perfluorochemicals
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...summary The recent discovery of perfluorochemicals in municipal sewage sludge (i.e. biosolids) near Decatur, Alabama in October 2008 has provoked increased interest and concern among scientists and government officials. However, the ultimate origin and extent of this contamination remains largely unknown and demands further investigation. In an effort to identify the provenance of the perfluorochemical contamination, officials at the EPA have begun investigating the monitoring data of local industries involved in the manufacture and usage of these chemicals. However, some companies, specifically those involved in metal plating, do not record... Are perfluorochemicals widespread in biosolids - Article...
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...summary of why you selected your topic, and what you learned about it from each resource that you used. Also include some questions provoked by what you learned... Independent study. Choose a topic within algebra for independent study. Your topic should be mathematics that you have not studied before or that goes beyond what you have studied. For example, you may use this topic on"Nuclear salvation or nuclear folly" by R.E Lapp. Do not think about developing a lesson plan, or to teach your topic to children. A little story of mathematics is welcome, but that should not be the main theme of your paper. The objective is to describe some mathematics that you have learned. Include a summary of why you selec...
Cardiovascular Disease: (2 critiquesDieting: Essentials (2 critiques)Communicable and/or non-communicable infectious diseases: (2 critiques)
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...summary Cardiovascular Disease commonly known asCVD is the cause of death worldwide according to a research done by World Health Organization (WHO) on an article titled Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease (World Health Organization, 2012). According to article, Cardiovascular Disease is a group of disorders commonly associated with the vascular system that supplies vital organs such as the brain and the heart as well as the cardiac muscles. The most common causes of CVD mortality and morbidity include: congestive heart failure (CHF), stroke and ischemic heart disease (IHD). Another article that sensitizes on Cardiovascular Disease... Health and Medicine of affiliate Cardiovascular Disease General...
Creativity in the workplace
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...Summary – Creativity In Workplace Summary The article d “How To Manage Creatives” has beenauthored by Miranda Kennett and in this article she provides insight for managers regarding how they can manage creative individuals (Kennett 48). She states that managing creative people can be quite tricky and there are two kinds of managers including the practitioners and the generalist and both of them can successfully manage creative individuals by having a vision as well as communicating it in an effective manner, by setting benchmarks and etc. She further states can managers can motivate creative individuals by influencing creative individuals intrinsically or...
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...Summary and Evaluation of Article Exercise a When searching the internet for obtaining information on this topic, I would use the keywords such as “children’s socialisation,” “peer pressure,” “influences in children’s social skills” etc. 2. I would trust government and NGO websites as well as scientific journals, reports and articles appearing on the internet. On the other hand, I would be wary of commercial sites and blogs apart from those with no proper credentials about the author or site. 3. Peer group refers to a group of people who are from the “same social position” who often interact among themselves in classrooms, friend circles, workplaces or other social venue... Socialisation of Children:...
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