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...Summary of requirements of engineering Requirements engineering was initially known as the system analysis and its role was to integrate an engineering alignment into the systems examination. Development in systems advancement has occurred in waves. The first wave focused on the code of writing. Each code was viewed as a single action. The next wave involved the overview of the development life cycle. It was followed by the approval of models of evolutionary development. Requirements of engineering has profited from software engineering paradigms and the information-systems. The present day approaches incorporate techniques from both paradigms. This has raised question...
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...Summary and Highlights What can be determined from reading the article “Insight: Apple and Samsung, Frenemies for Life”, is the fact that the two firms are not locked in a life and death struggle with one another in which the failure of one will necessarily translate to better business for the other. Instead, the reader soon understands that the level of competition that is extant between the two firms is one of the driving profitability motivators that have helped both firms to become so well known and dominate as much market share as they have. Although it is a common belief and understanding that if only the next biggest competitor could be eliminated that business could... Section/# Article Summary ...
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...Summary of the Article It is based on a jeopardized diplomatic relationship between India and the United States of America. It attempts to elaborate how crime is handled in India as compared to the United States. The main topic of discussion focuses on Ms. Devyani, an ndian Diplomat, who was arrested in the United States of America for having made false accusations in the United States as well as being in connection with fraudulent activities regarding her visa. In addition it attempts to elaborate the manner through, which this issue was treated in different perspective in the United States... (http www.nytimes.com 01/11/world/asia/indian-diplomat-flies-home-after-indictment-in-us.html?_r=2) Summary of ...
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Enhancing Cognition in Older Adults
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...Summary of Illinois Urbana-Campaign. “Enhancing Cognition in Older Adults Also Changes Personality.” ScienceDaily, 18 Jan. Web. 30 May 30, 2012. The authors of this study examined a program directed towards improving cognition in older adults, which in turn was found to increase the openness of the participants to new experiences. This finding is in direct contradiction to the long-held belief that personality traits are fixed and that they cannot be changed once one reaches adulthood. The study found that the personality trait of openness, which encompasses being creative and taking new ideas and challenges positively, is significantly associated with one’s cognitive abilities. The study... Article...
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Multicultural Education
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...Summary The article is a brief discussion about what multicultural education is and what it entails. It moves from the definition of multicultural education which is an educational movement that is aimed at fulfilling the values such as justice, equality, freedom as well as opportunities to its goals, advantages and disadvantages. The article also provides recommendation of what can be done in classrooms to ensure that multicultural education is embraced and utilized. These recommendations are provided through a series of examples which can be provided through different lessons in a classroom (Garcia, 2009). How it could be used to better teach students... Education Affiliation: Summary The article is...
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Black or White by Richard Perez-Pena
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...Summary of the Article The article, “Black or White? a woman’s story stirs up a furor,” by Richard Perez-Pena gives a story of a woman whose identity is debated due to her stand on racial identity. Rachel Dolezal has been having a strong attraction for black since her childhood years, and this was after her parents adopted some black children. I believe that this love for the blacks made Rachel choose a college that could enable her engage in racial issues. Normally, embracing a racial identity that you were not raised in is hard, but Rachel did it. However, her stand on racial identity led her to the national debate. Ms. Dolezal, the President of N.A.A.C.P and also...
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Your Personal Policy on the Occupy Movement
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...Summary. The occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement focuses on voicing their grievances on the government (Greenberg, 2012). The movement displayed their disgruntlement on the busy streets. The protests were staged in parks like Zuccotti Park & Lincoln Center. Statement of the issue. The organizers of the occupy Wall Street movement exercised their free will to protest the currently unpopular economic polices of the government. Statement of the policy you recommend. We should join the movement to increase the protest movement’s loudness, making the culprits listen and favorably respond. Reasons. Cause and effect theory states that the protest (effect... Personal Policy on the Occupy Movement October 14,...
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Best Practices inTraining and Development
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...Summary The article discusses the implementation of best practices in employee training and development that guarantee the success of an organization. The article starts with a discussion of components of a successful employee learning experience, in which the first and foremost component is the implementation of a clear employee training and development program. The organization itself, the management, and the employees, all play important roles in employee training and development. Job description should be well crafted. Individual development plans must be laid in which employees should be given opportunities to learn from everyday activities. The individual development... Your full February 14,...
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...Summary According to the first census Bureau the latest official data indicate a rise from the last decade. In fact, the current rate is 12.5% which is slightly higher than the rate in 2000 at 11.3%. The initial indicator and measure of poverty was arbitrary, but the development of the poverty index has increased the ease of evaluation and policy development. The role of the government in the process is to use the poverty index and rate to come up with policies supporting poverty eradication approaches. On November 6th, the bureau established and published data based on supplementary poverty measure... up with new programs with an aim of improving the welfare. The article is vital because it...
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Asian philosphy
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...summary, Sankhya can be termed as the motive power of the universe upon which the soul operates.... Philosophy of Affiliation: Asian Philosophy Asian philosophy that has its roots in the Hindu philosophies, tells of various aspects pertaining to the fundamental realities and the different experiences of life. Based on such a perspective, tend to create certain aspects of awareness about individuals and influence the manner in which certain things are done and the reasons behind them. These aspects are clearly brought out through the determination of various distinct aspects pertaining to the philosophies of Hindu and the Eastern in general. Good examples are the distinctions between Advaita Vedanta and...
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Leadership is About You
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...Summary of and Reaction to Haycock’s (2010) “Leadership is About You” In “Leadership is About You,” Haycock (2010) described leadership theories, competencies, behaviors, and characteristics in the context of school library management. He defined leadership as a process of social influence that aims to achieve common goals. Haycock (2010) argued that successful school librarians lead from the middle through collaborating with others in attaining shared vision and goals and exhibiting particular leadership competencies, functions, behaviors, and traits. Haycock (2010) stressed that contingency, path-goal, situational, attribution, performance-maintenance, transactional,...
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Macroeconomics
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...Summary Why did you choose this article? (Provide a brief reason why this article over others) Response:I chose this article because it is very informative. It is helpful in explaining to students like me the difference between money supply and money demand. The writer is an economics professor who knows what he is talking about. He simplifies... Due 3-02 Points: 25 Instructions Fill out the worksheet provided for the article topic and fill in the information that includes text, journal, magazine, newspaper, web URL, or other written source from where you obtained the article. This assignment is due the beginning of each class session with the exception of article 1. Student Information Name Date Summar...
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...Summary 4 Bibliography 6 Outline It is rightly perceived that ‘change’ is the only constant thing inthe present world. Thanks to the massive developments in the fields of information technology and communication process, the terms and the tricks of the trade are fast changing. The stake holders of the organizations are informed regarding every slight move initiated, like never before. Such changes also have significant impact on the culture of the organization. There is little doubt that the concept of work place diversity is gaining much popularity in the present day. It is observed that the recruiting officials as well as the human resource... that diversified work force do not have any...
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Article review: The Business Case for Corporate Social Responsibility: A Review of Concepts, Research and Practice
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...Summary In this section, the paper provides a summary of the article. This article contains mainly four parts; one, background and historical perspectives of CSR are presented; two, arguments for and against CSR are illustrated; three, necessity of CSR for business case purposes is defined and documented; four, evidence of the business case for CSR is produced. According to Bert Spector (as cited in Carroll and Shabana, 2010), the beginning of the current social... ?Article review: Carroll, Archie B and Shabana, Kareem M. “The Business Case for Corporate Social Responsibility: A Review of Concepts, Research and Practice”. International Journal of Management Reviews, (2010). 85-105. Introduction This case ...
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Business statistic
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...Summary of “Economists See Growth Accelerating Later in Year” The article discusses the results of a survey conducted by The Wall Street Journal among 56 economists about their economic forecasts for the year 2011. Most of the respondents predict that the United States will maintain a steady economic growth until the year ends. Despite lower-than-predicted growth rate of gross domestic product for the first quarter, the economists believe the decline is temporary and will pick up in the coming months. Economists predict a decrease in oil prices and unemployment rate, and an eventual increase in interest and inflation rates in the last quarter of 2011. The political unrest in the Middle East...
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Culture shock
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...Summary Culture shock is a temporary of mind that is experienced when an individual moves to a different country with a different culture. The biggest culture shock is experienced when an individual moves from an advanced country to a third world country. Culture shock subsides as one starts to integrate into the new environment. There are many emotional and psychological consequences of culture shock including irritability, anger, and sleeplessness. Culture shock can be reduced by making efforts to integrate into the new culture. One needs to understand that the new culture is different from one’s previous culture. The more one tries to learn and accept the new culture, the quicker... Culture Shock...
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Effects of the Smoking on Humans Health
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...Summary A lot of people die because of smoking. A major reason why people smoke is that they do not realize what harm smoking causes to the health. The inhaled smoke harms the biological system that oxygenates the bloodstream, but smokers may not know that. Carbon monoxide present in the cigarette smoke reduces the transported amount of oxygen through blood. This research project compared a group of smokers with a group of non-smokers to study the relationship between smoking and level of oxygenation in the blood. There were a total of 13 members in each group. A pulse oximeter was used to gauge the levels of blood oxygenation. On the basis of the previous research, this...
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Trans Fatty Acids and Cardiovascular Disease
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...Summary Partial hydrogenation of vegetable oils makes trans fat. Food manufacturers feel motivated to use trans fat because it increases the shelf life of their products. FDA changed food labeling to clearly depict trans fat in ingredients. FDA has been advocating minimization of the use of trans fat in foods because of its tendency to cause coronary heart disease (CHD). Trans fat has many negative effects on the serum lipids and trans fat promotes inflammation. Trans fat has also been known to cause endothelial dysfunction. Trans fat affects lipid metabolism and the cellular mechanism which relate trans fat to nonlipid and inflammationary pathways are poorly established....
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School finance
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...Summary of school finance Funding is important in running schools. Generally, school funding comes from a combination of income taxes, corporate taxes, sales taxes, and fees. Local districts draw its fund from property taxes. These funds are allocated on a per-pupil basis to cover each student’s education. The recession however changed all of this. With the Obama administrations “The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, signed in 2009” provided more than $100 billion in education aid to offset budget cuts—and to promote Obama administration education priorities, "Race to the Top" program, which awarded money to states that committed to education policy changes. In...
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Users of the world , unite,The challenges and opportunities of social media
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...Summary Many contemporary businesses have social media as their main agenda. In spite of the growing popularity of social media among today’s business executives, not many have a firm understanding of the real meaning of social media. Social media can be defined as a group of applications based on the Internet that dwell on the technological and ideological foundations of Web 2.0 and enable the development and sharing of the User Generated Content (UGC). Social media applications can be categorized in a variety of ways and Youtube, Facebook, Wikipedia, and Second Life are some examples of social media applications. Collaborative projects and blogs have the lowest score with respect... Article Summary...
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Back Belts
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...summary of review and recommendations concludes from the research that belt use reduced spine bending in laboratory trials” (Summary of NIOSH Back Belt Studies, 2002). Though the use of back belts has not been... ?Back Belts Affiliation with more information about affiliation, research grants, conflict of interest and how to contact Introduction: The alarming number of recordable back injuries reported at a manufacturing unit has forced its management to seriously review and adopt immediate measures to eliminate or minimize the recurrence of such incidents to improve their labour utilization plan. An employee reported ill, will cause the company sick leave wages and in prolonged cases, additional burden...
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Journal article for Interprofessional practice beyond the health care system
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...Summary of Readings The article en d “The Promises And Pitfalls Of Evidence-Based Medicine” written by Timmermans and Mauck (2005) and published in the Health Affairs presented issues relative to the benefits and costs of using Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) in professional practice. The authors initially provided an accurate definition of the term, indicated its purpose, variations, guidelines, and clarified their three-fold purpose for writing the paper. The findings revealed the need to incorporating the inputs of various stakeholders in a health care setting and the collaboration in communicating and sharing best practices within this realm... Interprofessional Practice Beyond the Health Care System...
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Labor Economics
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...summary of the article is presented then I present my personal commentary on the issues in the article before concluding the paper. Summary of the Article The article reports of the study by Lawrence Ball, an economics professor and monetary expert at John Hopkins University. In the paper, Mr. Ball recommends that in order to keep unemployment levels... Topic: Unemployment Article: Fed Should Push Unemployment Well Below 5%, Paper Says Introduction This paper reviews the article written by Pedro Nicolaci Da Costa on The Wall Street Journal about unemployment. The article “Fed Should Push Unemployment Well Below 5%, Paper Says” was published on March 25, 2015. This paper is organised as follow. First, a...
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Is Pinterest right for your business by Jacquelyn Cyr
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...Summary Pinterest is found to be a great social network, ranked after Facebook and Twitter, attracting many users, especially women, talking about brands and agencies. Initially, it was considered as a marketing social network for students, but gradually it became popular with adults too, nearly half of which are mothers. One can also do social listening with Pinterest, by creating boards and sharing content. It is different from other networks in that it does not only share content, but produces content. One can share one’s own shots as well as of one’s products and services. People have been making purchases and selling through Pinterest in 2012. Hence, Pinterest has proven... Your full November 26,...
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...Summary Trademark reduces the inconvenience and cost of search for the consumers by making the product they want easily identifiable for them. These qualities make brands a shortcut and valuable. Despite being illegal, copying brands offers free advertising benefits to the real brands. Counterfeits inculcate the urge in the consumers to endorse the real brands. Mostly, copying increases the sales of the real brands because looking for the real thing, consumers end up buying nothing less than the product of the real brand, although the intention of the counterfeit was to sell its own product. Customers of the counterfeits often use them as trial versions of the real brands... 13 September Article Summary ...
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...summary of the various learning outcomes derived from the book The Hippocratic of the manger. They paper goes ahead to analyze them in brief and made clear to the audience of the major themes of the text. The major learning outcomes realized from The Hippocratic Oath of the Manager has revealed that students who invest up to $ 100,000 do rebrand themselves as virtuous. They have done this with an intention of getting rich but in real sense, there effort cannot go beyond the walls of the university. Secondly, a set of values shared is a defining feature in any given profession... Hippocratic Oath of the manager Central learning outcomes in the Hippocratic Oath of the Manager This paper is a summary of...
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Macroeconomics
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...summary The article reviews the monetary as well as the fiscal policies that were adopted by the United States, Japan and the Eurozone during the global financial crisis and the years after. The steps were aimed at tackling problems within the economy such as deflation credit traps, high unemployment, high debt burdens and high rates of unemployment. According to the policymakers, several policy paradigms that were adopted... MACROECONOMICS Article Topic: High Public Debt, Stagnation, Deflation and Unemployment: Policy Errors and a Way Forward Richard Wood Link: http://www.economonitor.com/blog/2014/08/high-public-debt-stagnation-deflation-and-unemployment-policy-errors-and-a-way-forward/ Article summary...
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Effective communication in organization
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...Summary (Employee/Organization Communications by Dr. Bruce Berger) Dr. Berger, in this articles highlights the importance of organizational communication and by using the fifteen principles of effective communication which he discusses, it stands out as one of the best articles on the subject. Quoting Jim Lukazewski (2006), Berger notes that the greatest weakness that is seen in organization is in human dimension and the way different parties in an organization relate with each other. Organizational Communications refer to the interactions and communication among different members in an organization. Internal (organizational... Communication in an Organization al Affiliation Article Summary...
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Writing assignment
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...Summary Challenge success seeks to provide with research based s that prepare the students for the future by offering them essential skills to handle the unforeseen challenges in the future. The programme seeks to change the focus of education training on passing exam to provision of life skills (Challenge Success, 2013). This programme seeks to avail college level courses at high school level. This will be able to give students advantage in college, narrow the achievement gaps, enrich students’ high school experiences, and make the schools with the programme better. Although the betterment of the students undergoing through the programme can be observed... Assignment Summary Challenge success seeks...
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Madeline leininger
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...SUMMARY: EVOLUTION OF TRANSCULTURAL NURSING EVOLUTION OF TRANSCULTURAL NURSING The article, Evolution of transcultural nursing, is authored by Dr. Madeline Leininger with the theme of explaining the route taken by the nursing profession as it breaks cultural barriers. In the article the author describes the major phases and obstacle that occurred during the evolution of transcultural nursing for the last fifty years. Additionally, persistent and remarkable leaders have been recognized who made worth mentioning contributions to the field In the first phase, the author states that nurses should become aware of the significance of nurses operating across cultural divisions in...
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Technology, Literacy, Authentic Assessment
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...Summary Timothy and Cynthia Shanahan conduct their study in a literal manner. The study is a comparison of literature about subject literacy in grade and high schools. The Shanahans conducted the study as a comparison of disciplinary literacy with the more broadly highlighted strategy called content area literacy (Timothy and Cynthia, 2012). This approach offers a review of the expanding literary base fundamental to the disciplinary literacy structure. With this strategy, the Shanahans contend that learning institutes teach disciplinary literacy in science, mathematics, history, and language... Technology, Literacy, and Authentic Assessment Technology, Literacy, and Authentic Assessment Article One...
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Writing Deficiencies
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...Summary Quible and other researchers wrote an article d “Are Writing Deficiencies Creating a Lost Generation of Business Writers?”, in this article they propose that writing skills are key qualifications that are assessed while employers conduct the act of employing individuals (Quible, 2007). They state that the problem is that individuals who are working in different businesses and fresh college graduates lack the proficiency of writing. In this article they highlight the various costs associated with writing deficiency among employees and how grammar instructions given during class room training can help develop good English writers. The researchers... Writing Deficiencies Writing Deficiencies...
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Genetics
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...Summary: Management of Hypertension among Patients with Coronary Heart Disease This is a research article that Oladipupo Olafiranye, et al. authored. The authors discuss evidence and mechanisms that explain the link between hypertension and coronary heart disease. They also discuss available alternatives for treating hypertension and the alternatives’ goals that are in line with the provisions of Joint National Committee on the Prevention, Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Pressure (Olafiranye et al 1). According to the article, hypertension is an important risk factor of coronary heart disease, alongside stroke and heart failure and many Americans have...
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Bullshit
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...summary Every day we can hear some ridiculous or untruthful things from everywhere. Sometimes they can be even irritating and pointless, but we still automatically begin to think about them. Robert Gibson has written a book that is devoted to the bullshit and has the same title. The author depicted the reality of nowadays in his book. He states that bullshit is nothing more than the golden mean between lies and truth also it can be defined as a tool of influence, which can affect decision, views or choices of people. Certainly, there are a great number of other definitions, but the meaning is the same. The author claims that such phenomenon as bullshit is a typical feature of the culture... Article...
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Google Effects on Memory
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...summary, the authors review literature that confirms vast information available regarding the issue, and also acknowledging the fact that the negative impacts are still under debate. Nevertheless, the literature review was distributed, and did not come mostly from the primary sources. The research question is, has the internet become a primary source of transactive memory where information is collectively stored outside us? Another research question... Google Effects on Memory Sparrow, B. et al. . Google Effects on Memory: Cognitive Consequences of Having Information at our Fingertip. Science, 776-778. Critique The purpose of this study is clearly stated, and it is to determine whether the availability an...
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Camp happy valley
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...Summary Situated in London, the Camp happy Valley had a disappointing season in the 2001 summer, resulting to complaints from campers, staff and parents. The camp programmer, Adam Cameron in February 2001, began thinking of ways that he could employ to ensure the subsequent summer was success. Camping experience, as described by the camping association, educators and employers, was a valuable practice because it acted like an asset where skills were developed. For this reason, Cameron had decided to find varied ways that would boost the morale in the next camp to avoid acquiring reduced attendance. Camping was advantageous to many residents in Ontario with the greatest advantage... CAMP HAPPY VALLEY...
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Portfolio Project
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...Summary Page The written sources were collected from all the aspects of life ranging from the political and leadership angle, social setup and of less importance is the economic bit which should be considered in seeing the development coming to pass the. In his book in political management Kim James states that education is vital in seeing the effectiveness of the leadership platform. For there to exist a sense of partnership between the family and the outside world there must be good correlation between these two units which affects almost each individual Family... al Affiliation Families Partnership Portfolio Rubric ECED 2340 nayce associate degree standards Career focus, child care specialist...
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...Summary The Wikipedia article on the of sociocracy, also known as Circular Organizing, as introduced by Gerard Endenburg, describes it as a governance system that encompasses decision-making by consenting individuals based on “cybernetic principles” (Wikipedia, 2011). Sociocracy, in its developmental stages, was intended as a system of governance in the private sector of business. However, it has since been utilized in various types of organizations, in addition to private, such as community, public, professional, and non-profit as well (Wikipedia, 2011). In the article “In Praise of Hierarchy,” Jacques (1990), applauds managerial hierarchy as implemented in various types... from...
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The Business Case for Corporate Social Responsibility
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...Summary In this section, the paper provides a summary of the article. This article contains mainly four parts; one, background and historical perspectives of CSR are presented; two, arguments for and against CSR are illustrated; three, necessity of CSR for business case purposes is defined and documented; four, evidence of the business case for CSR is produced. According to Bert Spector (as cited in Carroll and Shabana, 2010), the beginning of the current social... ?Article review: Carroll, Archie B and Shabana, Kareem M. “The Business Case for Corporate Social Responsibility: A Review of Concepts, Research and Practice”. International Journal of Management Reviews, (2010). 85-105. Introduction This case ...
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10 environmental science articles
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...Summary In 2008, twelve orphan chimpanzees were released back into the wild after being equipped with GPS tracking devices attached to collars. Six males and six females were released, all ranging between eight and twenty years of age, making this only the second time that captive chimpanzees were sent to live among wild chimpanzees and the first time to be released with means to monitor their whereabouts. Due to the tracking devices, researchers were able to monitor the activities of the chimpanzees, discovering that five of them created their own community in the area where they were originally released, two of which gave birth to healthy offspring. One of the other...
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World Trade Organization: The Doha Mandate and the Geneva Talks
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...Summary: The Doha Mandate The World Trade Organization (WTO) sat out in Doha in November 2001 to reinforce its commitment on liberalizing trade and fostering global... World Trade Organization: The Doha Man and the Geneva Talks Faizan Rahman This paper has two parts. Part I analyses theroles and objectives of the WTO. It explores the various subjects such as agriculture, services, transfer of technology and so on. Furthermore, it also clarifies the mandate of the WTO and how it will be achieved. The second part of the paper looks inside the WTO talks held in Geneva in 2008. It identifies the main elements of the talks itself and highlights the future effects of its failure. ...
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Economics Incentivizing Thrift
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...Summary of the article incentivizing thrift by Ronald Wilcox: Introduction: The article incentivizing thrift by Ronald Wilcox highlights how savings can be encouraged in the economy, he states that consumers in the US have insufficient savings which may result into problems in the future, when there is higher savings then the individuals will be better off and at the same time the economy. The following is a discussion of some of the economic concepts in the article. Economic concepts: Savings: The article discusses the problem of savings in the US economy, consumers are consuming more and saving less and this may result into problems in the future. A consumer will...
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Executive Brief
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...SUMMARY OF ARTICLE: Understanding the role of decision making Langhorne, John. PUBLICATION: Langhorne, John. (2014).  SITUATION: The executive brief discusses about the implications, importance and the managerial advantages that vital decision making has on a company or organizations. DISCUSSION: It is general known that decision-making involves four major types: consensual, authoritative, authoritarian, and consultative. Any manager of businessperson ought to exhibit these qualities to show that he is well suited and can face different types of situation or challenges that he/she faces without much hustle (Langhorne, 2014). The four are used to curb and handle challenges in different... EXECUTIVE...
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MRKT- Real-World Write-ups
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...summary on a published article about a marketing related occurrence. For the purpose of this paper the article highlighted was in regards to the Royal Wedding titled For All Those Who Aren’t on the Royal Guest List as it appeared in the New York Times. The article first highlighted that the Royal wedding has served as a useful tool in marketing efforts of many different companies. A primary example that was highlighted was Betty Crocker which utilized a SALES PROMOTION on their website that generated recipes their own version of the wedding cake and ‘Union Jack Fruit Pizza’. In a way the article highlighted that many companies... ?MRKT- “Real-World” Write-ups The purpose of this paper is to write a...
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Current article related to international aviation management Course
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...Summary: Aircraft Makers, Lessors Split on Market Outlook, by Robert Wall (Aviation Week & Space Technology). In the past, overbooking of Airbus and Boeings were satisfied by used aircraft in circumstances where new aircraft were not available. Last year saw a shift in this practice where the demand created by overbooking was equally satisfied by old and new aircraft. CEO Michael O’Leary of Ryanair which sells used, but relatively new Boeing 737-800s, reported that “the second-hand market is dead” (Wall, 2012). These remarks follow from a decline in orders for Ryanair’s used aircraft since 2011. Ryanair’s competitor, EasyJet makes a similar observation. EasyJet reports having... Number: Article...
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Assignment 3
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...summary assessment on leadership, Michael Brenner explores the loop side of the Obama administration and ponders to ask whether America does have a foreign policy. The author argues that since Obama took over as the president, there has been no tangible evidence of American foreign policy. The author is right to observe that indecisiveness by the Obama administration on such matters are responsible for the rise of IS and Moscow’s interference on Kiev. Brenner is also right to observe that political advisors should be people with experience, not political campaigners as Obama may have done. Reference Brenner, Michael (2014, October 13). Does America Have a Foreign Policy?...
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Lateral Epicondylitis
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...Summary Paragraph The literature in the article d “Is there evidence that phonophoresis is more effectivethan ultrasound in treating pain associated with lateral epicondylitis?,” reviews a case study of a woman suffering from lateral epicondylitis and how the therapists went about in choosing the best therapeutic approach based on a systematic literature review of the most recent articles addressing the use of ultrasound (US) combined with phonophoresis in the treatment lateral epicondylitis (Hoppenrath & Charles 137). The patient was diagnosed with lateral epicondylitis resulting from overusing the wrist extensor muscles, which aggravated her tendinopathy. The therapists decided to use... Unit Summary...
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Hospitality
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...Summary Globally things are changing at a fast rate on a daily basis in life. For individuals to be able to move at the same pace, it is rational to take advantage of the best personnel’s abilities became of incredible importance in the businesses, consequently Human Resource organization requirements... Task Hospitality Introduction Staff education is taken to be the most significant role in hotel management, because comprehending Human Resource supervision broadly in the hotel industry brings incredible reimbursement and due to the owners personal benefits in this topic after completing her practical guidance. It is important to know the effective strategy of managing resources in hospitality. ...
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International business news
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...summary, the article raises concern over the increasing fiscal instability of the leading economies on Canada economic stability and recommends increased trading with the emerging markets. Reference High global debt will impact Canada: Carney - Business - CBC News. (n.d.). CBC.ca - Canadian News Sports Entertainment Kids Docs Radio TV. Retrieved March 21, 2012, from http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/story/2011/05/16/pol-carney-speech.html... INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS NEWS The international business news regards the impact of high global debt on Canada. In this article, the increasing debt rates in the leading economies is said to have impact on the economic performance of Canada. However, Canada has a...
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Portfolio Part A - Speech Review
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...Summary Memorable?) The closing is a call to action. By providing a background of the status of Burma, she calls on to her alma mater to help in her cause through investing in her native country. Technique Used (eg; Enthusiasm Humour Visual Aids Staging) There were moments where humor was interjected by reminiscing student life. The remarks did elicit laughter as it interposed the speaker’s lighter side and how she is no different from regular students. Physical Presence (eg; Posture Gestures Hands Eyes) Throughout the speech, the speaker was very mild-mannered and poised... Speech Evaluation Document Speaker: Aung San Suu Kyi Speech: Aung San Suu Kyi: Honorary Degree Acceptance Speech, 20 June What is...
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