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Current event summary
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...Summary: “Obama: Too many Americans still out of work” In an article en d “Obama: Too many Americans still out of work” publishedonline in the Msnbc Digital Network dated 30 August 2010, President Barack Obama stressed that the US economy continues to struggle rendering “too many Americans…still struggling to find jobs” (msnbc, 2010, par. 1). The President partially blamed Republicans for practicing partisan politics which prevents the passing of a bill aimed at assisting small businesses. The bill encompasses measures for small business tax cuts and giving credit incentives which were deemed necessary measures to spur production and income in small business organizations. According... Current Events...
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Education High School Article
Education High School Article
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...Summary The article contrasts the traditional view of education with what is education is really all about. In the sausage casing belief, the students are "stuffed" with the important facts and information in order and this is considered to be education. This viewpoint supports the classic philosophy that mind is empty at birth and everything that we learned is provided by our environment. This belief is in direct contrast with what is put forward by philosophers Socrates and William Errest Hocking that education should involve "eliciting" knowledge from the student. This philosophy indicates that each of us has this innate knowledge which should be drawn out by our teachers... 26 June 2008 Education A...
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Response 5 Article on india
Response 5 Article on india
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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... and in India specifically indicating that: The Diplomat’s fame increased and her government...
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...Article Summaries Jensen, MC &Meckling, WH 1976, ‘Theory of the Firm: Managerial Behavior, Agency Costs and Ownership Structure’, Journal of Financial Economics, vol. 3, pp. 305-360. Article Summary This particular paper extends the notion of “agency theory’. The ‘agency theory’ focuses on the divergence of interests of the salient agents and respective principles in any firm. To put it simply, it pertains to the conflict of interest between managers in any firm and the firm’s owners. This paper focuses on the dilemma that the managers in a firm may take such decisions, being the caretakers of the owner’s assets, which they may not subscribe to, had... of the Management of the Concerned 15 December...
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...Article summary Heated debate The Economist article, “Heated Debate” discusses the controversy over climate change and global warming. The article discusses climate-change science as being a great uncertainty though there is a consensus that planet earth is slowly warming up and human beings are responsible for this predicament. It cites a recently released report by the World Bank warning that the planet is on track of having a global mean of 4 degrees Celsius that are above the pre-industrial levels by 2100.Klaus Desmet of the Universidad Carlos II in Madrid as well as Esteban Rossi-Hansberg of Princeton University in...
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...Article Review Assignment: Autism Article Review Assignment: Autism Quotation “In conclusion, findings from this studyhighlight the need to include behavioural management strategies in any comprehensive intervention programme for young children with AD. This appears particularly true for young children with AD who have low non-verbal cognitive functioning, expressive language and adaptive skills.” Article Summary This study was investigating the presence of “maladaptive behaviors” seen in young (ages 18 months to approximately 6 years) children with autism, as reported by their parents. The researchers used the CBCL, “a caregiver-completed paper and pencil measure of maladaptive behaviour... Article...
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Autism
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...Article Review Assignment: Autism Article Review Assignment: Autism Quotation “In conclusion, findings from this study highlight the need to include behavioural management strategies in any comprehensive intervention programme for young children with AD. This appears particularly true for young children with AD who have low non-verbal cognitive functioning, expressive language and adaptive skills.” Article Summary This study was investigating the presence of “maladaptive behaviors” seen in young (ages 18 months to approximately 6 years) children with autism, as reported by their parents. The researchers used the CBCL, “a caregiver-completed paper and pencil measure of maladaptive behaviour... Review...
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...Summary of Articles Clark Kerr, in his “The Uses of the ” considers the importance of research colleges in our society. While Kerr believes that all colleges are important in shaping young people to become productive members of society, he also believes that research colleges should be receiving a little more attention. This is primarily due to the fact that research colleges aid science, technology, and medicine fields. The overall change that Kerr wants to see in research colleges is that they become more intellectual and specialized. Other four-year colleges exist for students of other majors, but science and health majors can be most useful to society...
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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 economic growth... agreements and encouraged it, given certain conditions. All in all, the WTO vowed to continue its efforts to liberalize trade globally. Summary: Schedule Also, the WTO and its members made significant commitments and exemptions regarding the service sector during the Uruguay round of talks. The most notable discussion on services involved financial services, telecommunications, as well as immigration to provide services. Based on my understanding, the above mentioned service areas were explored...
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...Summary The article discusses character building and reshaping of virtues in business schools. The main point is how from an Aristotelian point of view, people develop their morals and virtues. Business ethics are far more different with respect to the fact that every client is different and needs to be dealt with in a different manner. There is a question of personal goals and then the ways through which it can be achieved. The community a person is brought up in and the impact of the values taught therein makes an impact on the decision making skills. This also includes culture, parent taught... Can We Teach Character? An Aristotelian Answer Introduction Ethics and principles are judging criteria of...
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...Article critique – resistance to organizational change In the article “Rethinking Resistance and Recognizing Ambivalence: A Multidimensional View of Attitudes Toward An Organizational Change”, Piderit (2000) discusses the concept of resistance to organizational change and focuses upon the need to consider multidimensional approach to the response of employees to such changes. The paper addresses the research question “How can we balance the organizational need to foster ambivalent attitudes toward change and the individual need to minimize the potentially debilitating effects of ambivalence?” (Piderit, 2000, p.783) The author begins with the conceptual analysis of the resistance to change... ...
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Summary and Critical Response
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...Summary and Critical Response Summary In the article “Working At McDonald’s” the Amitai Etzioni has highlighted the reality of working teenagers in different sectors like Mc Donald’s, and Kentucky fried chicken among others in order to earn reasonable amount of money. These sorts of jobs at these organizations results to lower attendance, poor marks, and lack of proper education in academic field. This type of part time job after a course of time causes a hindrance for the students in order to get established in future. The students conducting such part time jobs are independent from their parents and are less financially dependent upon...
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...Summary of the article, application for educators, reasonable connection to the text reading, what would you like to know more about and the relevance of your question Section I: Summary: Elaine Young, the author of the article, using two different case studies showed that it was possible to relate the mathematical theory of probability to third grade students by using vocabulary and games known to them. In one study, the teacher of a third grade class, composed of mostly students from minority and disadvantageous social group, was able to convey the probability concept by using basic statements, which described events of...
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Article Review and Critique
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...Article Critique on “Benjamin Franklin’s Extraordinary Leadership” by J. Uldrich. Benjamin Franklin’s Extraordinary Leadership An Article Critique Name Professor University Course Date Benjamin Franklin’s Extraordinary Leadership An Article Critique Benjamin Franklin is one of the most important personalities in the American society on the basis of the multitude of the contributions that he had made in the different fields and disciplines which include politics, science and social works. The paper is aimed to analyzed the journal article that presented the different leadership skills of Benjamin Franklin entitled “Benjamin Franklin’s Extraordinary Leadership” by Jack Uldrich... . The...
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Article Review - Chapter 5 Ethics
Article Review - Chapter 5 Ethics
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...Summary of the Article Ms Fatany described some of the King Abdullah’s steps to stop corrupt practices. She also documented the measures of King Abdullah when floods hit Jeddah (Fatany, n.d.). According to her, despite that Saudi government signed many agreements to tackle corruption but without the participation of peoples these reforms cannot be fruitful. Later on she presented some of the ideas in order to overcome corruption and the ways through which ethical practices can be introduced in different organizations. She also documented benefits of ethical practices and believed that integrating ethical practices... Article Review - Chapter 5 Ethics of Article Review - Chapter 5 Ethics Introduction Ms...
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Depression Article Review
Depression Article Review
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...Article Review The of this article was Liu et al., who wrote it in China and later it was taken to be published in Biomedical Central Psychiatry. Depression View Article deals with functional social support and psychological capital. It also looks at the symptoms that can be seen and identified for those people who are depressed and have anxiety especially those workers who are living with HIV/AIDS. Their abbreviation is PLWHA. Summary At the beginning of the article, the book highlights the plight of those people living with HIV/AIDS. It emphasizes on the workers and explains why they always leave their jobs because at times they feel... Ali Al qutayfi Andrea Fredeen English 170 May 28, Depression...
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Article critique: Cars of the future
Article critique: Cars of the future
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...article lacks citations and references and because the stage of transition in the automotive industry has been continuous (Vizard 1). Summary The article’s title, ‘cars of the future,’ defines its topic as transition to dream types of cars or ideal types of cars. This identifies a monotonic topic that requires a neutral and informative approach to exposing the audience to factors around cars, efforts to meeting constrains... Article critique: Cars of the future ity Vizard Frank ed the article, ‘Cars of the future,’ which Departures published in October The author’s credentials are however not accessible from the article’s web page, neither does the publisher offers a link to the author’s credentials....
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Current Event Summary
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...Summary The article on ‘Buoyant Dollar recovers its Luster, Underlining Rebound in U.S Economy by Landon Thomas focuses on the U.s economy under Barrack Obama. After the nation’s dollar has had weak spells, it has eventually emerged as the preferred currency by investors (Thomas 1). The dollar has gained 3.2 percent against the euro and 8 percent against the yen. The gain creates expectations that the economy will grow at a higher rate than Europe and Japan. Currently the dollar went higher. The dollar now trades against several currencies at a four-year peak. The dollar gains are present even when there is a decline in stocks of the United States. There has been a decade of low... Current Event...
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Ethical use of information technology
Ethical use of information technology
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...Article Summary The twenty-seven years, Ryan Ackroyd, stood with his heart pounding in the center of Sheffield Hallam University Auditorium, in front of the students (Chellel 1). Having occupations of a student at present and previously a computer hacker, Ackroyd managed to gather all his courage when he spoke to them about his unethical activities related to Information Technology. Ackroyd was sentenced prison in 2013, along with his three group mates for two and a half year. They were found guilty of the charges of cracking the security of the websites of Sony Corporation, U.S. Federal Intelligence Organization and for shattering the integrity and...
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...Article Analysis Nonviolent direct action is any act that forces someone or an institution into addressing a certain subject without the use of force on the part of the nonviolent action takers. In situations where there I inequality of power such as politics, nonviolent direct action is the best way to confront government institutions and other authorities. The steps that involve nonviolent direct action are first to collect evidence that there are injustices taking place, then there is negotiation with the people causing the injustices. If there is no positive change, then if there is no positive change the third step is purification where the involved people learn about nonviolence... Article...
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Journal Article Critque
Journal Article Critque
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...Summary The article under study is entitled “The New Testament Approach to Social Responsibility” by Donald Guthrie. The main objective of the article was to present evidences that can be found in the New Testament which can be related to the manner by which social responsibility can be defined and interpreted... Image of God in Man Introduction Based on the Old and New Testaments, man had been created in the image of God. The paper is aimed to present one of the issues in the society in related to the concept that man is created in the image and likeness of God. Specifically, the paper focuses on the social responsibility of human beings in relation to being seen to have the likeness of God. Brief Sum...
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Nursing Research Article Critique
Nursing Research Article Critique
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...article on nurses' education and patient care. An important issue has been taken for research activity. Overall, the authors have tried their best to write this article with great care and not to miss important information and violate vital principles. However, there have been some areas which could have been improved. In the following paragraphs various sections of the article have been discussed. Title The title of the article contains the required important information. It is concise and reflects the information contained in the article. A good article provides information on the geographical... Educational Levels of Hospital Nurses and Surgical Patient Mortality A Critical Analysis This is an...
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...article is to explain the concept of mindfulness as an important component that correlates behavioral capability with knowledge. The definition is built on previous definitions that associate it with the cognitive domain. Thomas differentiates cultural intelligence as a trait which includes skilled behavior. He also critiques some of the previous definition and conceptualizations of constituent elements. Their relationship to each... ANNOTATED Bibliography TOPIC: Domain and Development of Cultural Intelligence: The Importance of Mindfulness Thomas, D. (2006). Domain and Development of Cultural Intelligence: The Importance of Mindfulness. Group and Organization Managment . Purpose: The purpose of the arti...
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...Article SUMMARISATION OF THE ARTICLE SELECTED The selected article “Bitcoin and the Digital-Currency Revolution” mainly depicted the representation of Bitcoin as the prospect of global finance and money. Based on this article, it is ascertained that Bitcoin is known as digital currency, which tends to manage communities in a newer way by exchanging value. Critics argued that this particular form of digital currency became dead due to the factors concerning lesser predictions made towards constructing better versions and failure to promote powerful innovations. It is strongly believed in this regard that whether there exist the survival of Bitcoin... or not in this contemporary world, the...
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Article from Marketing Journals
Article from Marketing Journals
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...Summary This article, "Service Positioning Through Structural Change" advocates and explainsthe benefits of providing a visual representation of the service processes in an effort to design and deliver a product or service more effectively and more efficiently. All goods and services are subjected to a process through their manufacturing, marketing, and delivery. In fact, McLuhan stated 40 years ago that "the process is the product" (34). This is certainly true of service-oriented businesses such as travel agents, banks, and lodging. The process is an integral component of any final product and can therefore be designed to position... Summary For many firms, the difference...
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...Article Hurwit, Caitlin. “Theology should play no role in the development of legislation” Bowdoin Orient. December 4 2009. Web. December 5 2009. This opinion article from the Bowdoin Orient, a weekly college newspaper, talks about how religion should not be able to have any kind of affect on the legalization or the making illegal of various things in the United States of America. This is because, according to the writer of this article, the US Constitution and political ideology explicitly states that there should be a separation of Church and State. (Hurwit) Although this in itself does not have to do with religious... what they wanted with the government, these laws make sure that there...
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Quantitative Article Review
Quantitative Article Review
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...Article Review of the of Quantitative Article Review Summary This research study attempted to explore the causes of inability to complete secondary education as well as the getting involved in criminal activities in early adulthood. The factors considered to be leading to such outcomes are the psychiatric diagnosis, adaptive functioning and symptom count in adolescence. This cohort study was based on the community entailing two counties within the New York. It involves interviewing 181 adolescents during 1983 and a period of 1985-86. These subjects were randomly selected in 1975 using area sampling of families representing with children of ages between 1–10 years age. One child... Article Review of the...
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Caribbean Literature Critical Summary
Caribbean Literature Critical Summary
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...Summary and Related Critical Articles and Essays Summary of Work In her poem entitled “On Being Brought from Africa to America”, Phillis Wheatley illustrates the positive side of being an African American, particularly as an American slave. The poem profoundly looks into the soul and consciousness of an American slave narrator who makes an effort to contend with being snatched from her local residence and being displaced to the colonial America against her will. Wheatley was not really a fan of narrative poetry such that there is a modest story line in her poem when she writes: “’twas mercy brought me from my pagan land” (605). It rather implies... 2 July On Being Brought from Africa to America:...
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...Article       Article Ross, T, & Kena, G Higher education: gaps in access and persistence study, National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved from http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2012/2012046.pdf The report is a valid resource in the academic community. This is because it is a statistical analysis report developed by the National Center for Education Statistics, which is the central federal entity for gathering, assessing, and reporting information associated with education in America and other nations. The report satisfies the congressional authorization to gather, assemble, and report complete and full data on the situation of education in America; publish and conduct report and specific...   Article...
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Financing Health care ( Article review)
Financing Health care ( Article review)
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...Article Review Private Gain and Public Pain: Financing American Health Care Private Gain and Public Pain: Financing American Health Care By Bruce Siegel, Holly Mead, and Robert Burke Summary The article was written by Siegel, Mead and Burke (2008) published in the Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics. The authors proffered issues focusing on the factors that contribute to rising cost of health care and specifically on patterns of health care expenditure. By initially setting the stage for a theoretical framework of the current health care dilemma, the authors cautiously delved into probing on the factors that drive growth in health care spending, to wit: demographics of increasing population... ? Article...
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...article/2009/09/11/AR2009091103957.html... China has become the largest producer of consumer goods in the world. This country was able to gain entrance into the World Trade Organization in 2001. Prior to its entrance into the WTO the U.S. Congress passed a law in 2000 that allowed the United States to impose tariffs and other trade protections if a surge in Chinese imports damages a U.S. industry1. This law had never been enacted by any politician until President Obama decided to enact the law to protect the U.S. tire industry from cheap Chinese tire imports. The U.S. tire industry was losing thousands of jobs each year, thus they filed a complaint in 2009 to enact the inactive law. The approved...
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...article notes that culture plays a significant role in the society. The four... 1. Reporting bad news on software projects: The effects of culturally constituted views of face-saving by Mark Keil, Ghi Paul Im and Magnus Mähring Purpose: The purpose of Keil’s, Im’s ans Mahring’s research is to find out the effects of culturally-constituted perceptions of face-saving on people’s reluctance or willingness to provide reports of bad news during software development. Design/Methodology/Approach: The research was conducted through the use of secondary data which provided background information into the status of reporting when undertaking software projects, the reluctance to give bad reports at work (the mum ef...
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...article predominantly is talking about the prospect of growth in major economies around the world as well as touches on the disquiet that are brought about by a high rate of inflation which is also a global concern. It seeks to predict the direction and performance that these economies will take given that the major trends of the world major economies is on a downward fall. To achieve this, the author has evaluated the current trends and based on that made a forecast on the potential of growth in these economies in the years to come. He has also analyzed the effects that the U.S economy... Management. The article has covered chiefly the expectations and possibilities of what...
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...article. Victoria Frances is materialism personified. She is a Manhattan editor obsessed in buying, out of a psychological need to escape her childhood’s poverty. A turning point came when she received the gift of an expensive Jeep Cerokee handbag. It revealed her distorted materialism. So awakened Frances changed her lifestyle, reaching out to people through volunteer work. 2. The reading puts flesh into the Essay’s idea of MATERIALIST CONSUMPTION. Victoria Frances is a fragile personality who needed self-esteem amidst the rush of modern living. From research notes, Rosenberg points to the danger of a materialist consumer society, an exact parallel to what the Essay says. 3... Amy Rosenberg’s article....
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Job Satisfaction Article
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...summary, this article has filled a gap in the literature on workplace inequity by focusing on working conditions rather than on pay as the source of inequity. By using global job satisfaction rather than facet-based satisfaction... Job Satisfaction Introduction Job satisfaction is considered to one's thoughts or mental about the nature of their work. Job satisfaction can be influenced by a variety of factors, e.g., the quality of one's relationship with their supervisor, the quality of the physical environment in which they work, degree of fulfillment in their work, etc. There is no strong recognition amongst researchers, consultants, etc., that increased job satisfaction creates improve job performance -...
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TWO page summary and critique
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...Article Critique Summary Individuals develop career behavior through social values. Career choice is an iterative process based on the meaning placed by an individual in his/her relationship with others. Narrative career counseling can be understood by foregrounding personal meaning. Exploring the story helps a counselor realize biographical truth and is motivational in effect. Listening and attending skills are fundamental to understanding the clients story. Savickas employs a systematic approach to counseling that follows a narrative exploration pattern. It is a three-staged approach, consisting of beginnings in which the contract is negotiated between the counselor and client, middles... ...
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Critiquing a science article
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...article mentioned that two studies on glucose intolerant... The of the paper is Effect of a low-glycemic-index diet during pregnancy on obstetric Outcomes. This paper was published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition last 2006. The paper was written by a group of researchers. They are Robert G Moses, Megan Luebcke, Warren S Davis, Keith J Coleman, Linda C Tapsell, Peter Petocz, and Jennie C Brand-Miller. The whole study was conducted in the city of Wollongong, NSW, Australia. The subjects came from antenatal clinic at Wollongong, NSW as well as 2 obstetricians from private practice. The study was most probably done in 2005 since it was submitted in 2006 to the American Society of Nutritio...
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Research Article Critique
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...article with the statement” Media have a very powerful influence on health behavior.” Did she make her case for you and if so why or why not? She has proved all of her claims. After reading the article, the reader gets convinced to this statement. The claims about video games and internet are rather weak in evidence but the facts and arguments provided by her convince the reader. For example, however a little research has been made on the issue of media and early sex initiation but after reading the facts and arguments of Chaves, readers somehow accept this fact. 7. In the summary for the article by Wilson, “Media and Children’s aggression, Fear, and Altruism... Media and Children Behavior Did you...
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Employment Law Article
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...articles/2551/1/When-deciding-layoffs-rely-on-several-objective-factors/Page1.html Law and Commentary on ADEA. Retrieved on 16 June 2010 at http://library.findlaw.com/employment-law/age-discrimination-in-employment-act-adea/ Lucio, Christina M. Employment - Supreme Court Clarifies What Constitutes A "Charge" Under ADEA. Retrieved on 16 June 2010 at http://www.troutmansanders.com/03-05-2008/ Summary Of The Texas Child Labor Law (Chapter 51, Texas Labor Code). Texas WorkForce. Retrievedon 16 June 2010 at http://www.twc.state.tx.us/ui/lablaw/cllsum.html... to operate a power-driven hoisting apparatus. A fork lift is a power-driven hoisting apparatus. A 15-year-old washing and packing...
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Summary, Discussion, Personal Tie-In
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...Summary Nonprofit Organizations are far much better in running their activities than the corporate organizations. Anyonewould expect that corporate management would be more productive and performance oriented that the nonprofit organizations because of the expected payments for work done. This has been brought about by the fact that nonprofit organization’s board of directors comprises of a group of educated professionals who work voluntarily with targets to achieve the organizational goals. Most of them are part time non salaried workers who place the organization’s mission beyond any other operational requirements. They are more particular with their targets. For the...
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Critical Article Review
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...Summary of the article Accounting With reference to a 1996-1997 data from the national center for education statistics, net revenues in public institutions have their source in four main channels; tuition and fees (19%), state funds (36%), sales and services (22%) and federal funds (11%). Private... ? Accounting management systems and technology in helping educational organisations in budgeting Unit: Introduction The conversation with relation to budgeting in higher education has taken a turn. What had been for most a discussion of how few resources are and how that might impact higher education has rapidly transformed into urgent planning with what is adequately available, managing it in an accountable...
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The Public Obligations of Intellectuals Summary
The Public Obligations of Intellectuals Summary
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...article The Public Obligations of Intellectuals Michael Dyson explains his understanding of the role of intellectual for the community where he or she lives. He argues that intellectuals need to use their knowledge to help other people, understand them and relieve their pain. Despite the fact that the main obligation of any intellectual is to be smart, all knowledge should be used for the sake of other people. Being African American, Dyson provides enough examples from personal biography to prove his point of view. He had a hard life before he became intellectual. He had to work hard in order to save money for college. Dysons father, hard work and religion inspired him to study in order... In the...
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...article on this topic. The article by Wagner and Urios-Aparisi (2011) was not specifically about Spanish in the classroom but it did give details about how to use humor in a foreign language classroom. Main Problem in Study and Purpose In this peer reviewed article, the main issue was whether could be used effectively in a foreign language classroom. The authors gave examples of what could be done and how it could be used. This information was clearly stated in the beginning of the paper. The article was not specifically a study, but the authors had done research before they wrote this article... Humor in the Spanish room I have always wondered whether humor was important in a room so I looked for an...
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Sushi Digesting Genes Article Review
Sushi Digesting Genes Article Review
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...article, Gut bacteria in Japanese people borrowed sushi-digesting genes from ocean bacteria an article written by Ed Yong is one that explains the eating habits of the Japanese as compared to the new entrants of sushi eating, the Americans (Mouritsen, 2009).Apart from their digestive systems having adjusted from olden days and their unique cutlery, their bowels have also become accustomed to digesting gut bacteria. The writer explains that one of the key ingredients of Sushi is carbohydrate molecules in seaweed and goes on to add that the Japanese have the genes that are able to digest them. Unlike the American intestines he says, every Japanese’s intestine has hordes...  Sushi Digesting Genes The...
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Prison Violence: Does Brutality Come with the Badge
Prison Violence: Does Brutality Come with the Badge
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...Article Summary Bruce Gross delves into the concept and possible causes of prison violence in his article “Prison Violence: Does Brutality Come with the Badge?” Gross cites various studies that involved participants taking on the role of either a guard or a prisoner in controlled and experimental prison environments. These studies were conducted for the sole purpose of researchers attempting to understand why prison guards may act violently toward their prisoners, especially since the prisoners are in protected environments. The individuals were investigated to determine what, if anything, in their environment, instruction, or in their groupthink prompted them to behave as they did... Prison Violence:...
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...Summary of Changes Driven By Regulation Summary of Changes Driven By Regulation The finance industry has been contemplating the threat of regulatory changes for nearly the entire post- Global Financial Crisis (GFC) period (Citi Investor Services, 2014). Indeed, various stakeholders in the industry like hedge funds, investors, and sell-side participants have been aware of the eminent regulatory changes that would change key programs in the industry (Citi Investor Services, 2014). However, the reality of these changes only became certain and clear recently when the deadlines for implementing the new regulatory rules materialized or approached. The...
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...ARTICLE SUMMARY Ashbee Arts and Crafts men have a rough time as they find the mindset of Englishman influenced by themechanical conditions of modern life which tries to measure art by machine. However, Arts and Crafts being the basic educational needs of the community, craftsmen should be ensured stable economic basis. Though some craftsmen realize their role in modern industry in establishing standards in public service, the impending economic revolution in England will ruin their situation further. They will find this book useful in finding a way for them. Simultaneously engaging in other basic works, like cooking and working in land reducing the use of machines will keep them self... ? (Assignment)...
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Article Critique on Worksite Health Promotion: A Practical Strategy For Obesity Prevention
Article Critique on Worksite Health Promotion: A Practical Strategy For Obesity Prevention
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...Summary According to the article, obesity is a major public health problem. One of the risk groups was identified as employees in worksites. Behavioral and environmental influences play the largest role in contributing to obesity and are the greatest areas for efforts to preventing the disease. A number of severe consequences of obesity such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure as well as type 2 diabetes, to mention but a few magnify the importance of targeting the health threat. Worksite wellness provides an avenue of dealing with obesity. Statistics... Worksite Health Promotion: Practical Strategy for Obesity Prevention Worksite Health Promotion: Practical Strategy for Obesity Prevention...
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I though I knew what good management was
I though I knew what good management was
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...Article Summary: I thought I knew what good management was The article elaborates on a personal experience of the concerning management after being appointed as a general manager in Westinghouse Synthetic Fuels Division (SFD), which was involved in coal gasification research and development. Peace was assigned to tackle a set of business issues, which are considered problematic, though these issues were not challenging to him. He had been working as a general manager of a division that engaged in marketing turbine generators and related services, before he came to SFD (Peace, 59). In fact, Peace expresses his mix feelings, when he arrived...
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...Article 38 of the verdict of the International Court of Justice, needs some exegesis. By the knowledge of the most elevated qualified publicists of various nationalities, the International Court of Justice implies the writings and opinions of international legal scholars and organizations, including interest groups like Human Rights Watch, the Red Cross, as well as the Amnesty International. This ethics... of international law. At the turn of the nineteenth century, the English philosopher John Austin elaborated a theory of law based upon the notion of a sovereign issuing a command backed by a sanction or punishment. Since international law did not fit within that definition it was relegated...
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