Implicit Association
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...Association An implicit association test is a social psychological measure within that is designed to detect an individual’s automatic strength association between mental representations of objects within the memory of the subject person. To some cognizable extent, it is used in clinical, developmental and cognitive psychological research fields. This paper thus seeks to explain the process undertaken when carrying out the test for the subject. It all starts with acknowledging and accepting the terms and conditions of the test which is called the informed consent agreement. The test I took is called the self-esteem implicit application test. It tests an individual’s self-esteem levels... Implicit...
Mobile Marketing Association
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...Association Introduction The Mobile Marketing Association is a leading non-profit trade association in the world established to foster development and growth of mobile marketing. The association comprises of over 800 member companies from about fifty countries across the world(Association 1). All the MMA member companies come from every division of the mobile media ecosystem. The company houses conglomerates such as agencies, brand marketers, media companies and enabling technologies among other consortiums. The mission of the association is to speed up the innovation and transformation of marketing opportunities through mobile platforms(Pousttchi and Wiedemann 82... Analysis of the Mobile Marketing...
Correlation and Association
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...Association Correlation and Association In statistical analysis, association and correlation coefficients are used in examining relationships between two variables. According to Willnat, Manheim and Rich (2011), coefficient of association “is a number that summarizes the amount of improvement in guessing values on one variable for any case based on knowledge of the values of a second.” The values are estimated using a proportionate reduction in error. This means that the prediction in a statistical data is more accurate when the association between two variables is great. The coefficient of association also uses the direction of relationships, whether positive or negative... , to effectively...
American Economic Association
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...Association The website contains information about American Economic Association (AEA). It is an economic organization situated in Nashville Tennessee. The organization publishes the famous journal called American Economic Review. The purpose of the organization is to encourage economic research, particularly statistical and historical research of industrial life. The organization also advocates for perfect freedom of the economy (American Economic Association 1). It does not align itself with any form of economics. The organization has membership from professional, business and university teachers of economics. Others are from state, local and federal government. The organization... American Economic...
American Nurses Association
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...Association American Nurses Association Introduction The American Nurses Association ANA) isregarded as one full-service professional organization where close to 3.1 million nurses who are registered are represented through the various constituents as well as state nurses associations and organizational affiliates to it. This association of nurses has a major mandate of fostering the practice of nursing through ensuring maintaining of the high-quality standard in the nursing practice. The mission statement of the ANA is, "Nurses advancing our profession to improve health for all." Through its mission statement, it is clear that the main mission that the association... is there for is to...
Association of Women Police
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...Association Answer: Women were always being discriminated in almost all the sections of the society, right from the ancient civilizations. Even the most modern society tends to use double standards, when it comes to the issues dealing with women and because of this they face constant threat and harassment in their day today life. Be it in the case of imparting the education or at the work place, women are made to toil and work hard when compared to their male counterparts, in order to gain recognition and status in any society. This is the truth of the modern women and modernization of the various societies, have only resulted in the increase in the tale of woes... Introduction to Women’s Police...
Hawaii Lodging & Tourism Association
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...ASSOCIATION Facility Selection Oahu Island Hotels The Oahu Island in Hawaii is a recreational resort area that is composed of several hotels and facilities for events and conventions. The region is described as a charming mix of ancient beauty located along a rugged coastline with vibrant artistic devices and musical scene. It has one of the most historical scene in America namely the Pearl Harbor. Guest can browse the boutiques as well as the beach-front eateries of Waikiki. At the Hanauma Bay, guests are welcomed to view and taste sea turtles (American Hotel & Motel Association, 1975). This part of Honolulu offers a number of historical monuments and vibrant activities... HAWAII LODGING & TOURISM...
NBA- National Basketball Association
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...Association Number: The National Basketball Association, also known by its acronym NBA, is North America’s chief men’s professional basketball league. Its immenseness is underscored by it having thirty franchised member clubs, with 29 being in the United States and the other located in Canada. By virtue of its immenseness, the NBA is considered the premier men’s professional basketball league globally. As an active member of the USA Basketball (USAB) and being recognized by the International Basketball Federation (FIBA), the NBA serves as the national governing body for basketball throughout the United States. Not only is the NBA among the four main North American professional... ? National Basketball...
Genome-Wide Association Study
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...Association Study There are millions of ways in human genomes differ. These differences are caused by the small variations which are found in the genomes on each individual’s nucleotides. Among these variations include copy number variations, insertion and deletion variations. These variations affect the traits of many people. These traits are responsible for making some individuals susceptible to some disease while others are not. In the past, some diseases were only associated with the family inheritances. Many people considered the spread of the disease as a family factor and they believed that only the family members could only be infected by the disease. This belief later changed... ? Genome-Wide...
National Collegiate Athletic Association
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...Association Number Introduction The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) was founded in 1906 to provide a forum for protecting student-athletes by placing emphasis on both academic and athletic excellence. NCAA has three classes of membership which are famously referred to as Division I, II and III. Each division possesses the power to create its own administrative personnel, and determines its own recruitment, amateurism, financial aid, eligibility, the issuance of benefits and the playing and practicing seasons. All these programs have to be consistent with NCAA’s governing principles and the core programs of a particular division. This means that every... National Collegiate Athletic...
National Basketball Players Association
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...ASSOCIATION Introduction The National Basketball Players Association is an organization that was founded in 1954. The union was established by professional basketball players and for the players. Its main aim was to safeguard players’ rights and to ensure their rights and images are protected. The union had various objectives. It had a number of missions to accomplish such as to help players maximize their talents, and to guide them into achieving their goals both on and off the playing field. According to Stein (2011), the union was supposed to be like the guardian angel to the players by negotiating collective agreements, representing their grievances... ? Running Head: NATIONAL BASKETBALL PLAYERS...
Law of business association
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...association Partnership Is John correct in assuring that a partnership has been created? Whatare the legal consequences of john establishing that a partnership has been created? It is correct for John to assume that he is in a partnership with Jenny. This is because John and Jenny instruct their solicitor to draw for them a partnership agreement. They suggest that the agreement should be drawn in the usual terms. This means that this partnership agreement will be in line with the partnership act of businesses operating in Australia. Further, they inform the solicitor that they are equal partners Partnership Act 1963 (ACT, section 6(1). John and Jenny are in partnership... partnerships in...
National Rifle Association
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...ASSOCIATION: An of Gun Safety and Human ProtectionIntroduction The National Riffle Association (NRA) is a nationwide recognized non profit organization that works to continuously spread and implement the idea of responsible gun handling ever since the 19th century. Since establishment in 1871, the organization's prime goal when it became a charter was to "promote and encourage rifle shooting on a scientific basis," as stated by one its founders Col. William C. Church (NRA website). Firearms today are no longer viewed as they used to (dangerous). During the time of establishment the NRA stood strong as an organization that believed in responsible gun handling... that there is enough...
Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
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...Association (CSA) is a “not-for-profit organization” that started its operations as an agency for ensuring railway safety and grewinto become “a leader in standards development, certification and testing, and consumer product evaluation services” (Griffin, 1). CSA was formed in 1919 when a federal charter was issued announcing the formation of the Canadian Engineering Standards Association (Griffin, 1). Gradually, the organization expanded its operations to national and international levels (Griffin). CSA provide standards for almost everything that a business or industry handles and a consumer benefits from; “from toasters to transformers, sewer pipes to sewing machines and light... Canadian Standards...
Parenteral Drug Association (PDA)
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...Association Introduction The Parenteral Drug Association (PDA); founded in 1946 by a small group of pharmaceutical manufacturers who recognized the need for an organization to circulate technical information within the industry; is a global provider of science, technology and regulatory information and education for the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical community. It was founded as a non profit organization which developed scientifically sound, practical and technical information and resources to advance science and regulation through the expertise of its members. It has its members in 74 countries. Its mission is, To promote advances in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical science... Parenteral Drug...
AMerican nurses Association
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...association, nine primary principles of ethics: are enshrined. They include: Compassion and respect for the patient, commitment and protection of patient’s health, protection of patient’s safety and rights, being accountable and responsible, creating right environment, participation in advancement of profession, collaboration with other health professionals, and professional nursing by maintaining integrity and shaping social policy. Other principles and ideas stated are respect to human dignity, sincere relationship with the patients irrespective of nature of sickness, honoring self-determination rights of the patients, co-operation with colleagues... 178534 Q In the ethical of American Nurses...
American Nurses Association
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...association, nine primary principles of ethics: are enshrined. They include: Compassion andrespect for the patient, commitment and protection of patient's health, protection of patient's safety and rights, being accountable and responsible, creating right environment, participation in advancement of profession, collaboration with other health professionals, and professional nursing by maintaining integrity and shaping social policy. Other principles and ideas stated are respect to human dignity, sincere relationship with the patients irrespective of nature of sickness, honoring self-determination rights of the patients, co-operation with colleagues... 178534 Q In the ethical of American Nurses...
Help Gwent Association
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...Association Help Gwent Association [Institute’s Help Gwent Association The purpose of Gwent Association is to provide low-income people with contemporary as well as affordable houses. As it is clear from its name that this association is not a profit making organization, therefore it needs to strategize its policies and costs in a way that it is able to meet the demands of the people. The demand of these houses has increased, at the same time Welsh Government has reduced its funds by 3%, which it used to give to Gwent for constructing flats. It is clear that there is decrease in supply and increase in demand, which is very crucial for any organization (Cokins, pp. 14-15... ?Running Head: Help Gwent...
Association of Phoenix Employees
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...Association of Phoenix Employees October 8, Albert C. Lancaster President Phoenix Textile Co. Phoenix, Arizona Dear Mr. President: We are pleased to submit to your office the final report and recommendations of the Human Resource Efficiency Group (HREG). The final report comprises the study made by HREG with the objective of enhancing the processing of the attendance records of employees, payroll processing and computation of overtime pay of employees. The study was commissioned by the members of the Association of Phoenix Employees of Phoenix Textile Co. (APEPTC) with the objective of improving the attendance and payroll system of the company. Our group is non-partisan and non-union... ID No....
American Nurses Association.
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...Association a. The mission of the ANA is assure that there are enough qualified and educated nurses to fill the needs of healthcare in this country. They intend to do that by assuring that the needs of the American Nurse are met in their workplace through salary, benefits, and general welfare. They do this by being a strong congressional lobby. Furthermore, they intend to be in the forefront in policy initiatives, Medicare reform, patient rights, appropriate staffing, whistleblower legislation and healthcare reform. They will continue to work to expand the practice of both the RN and the advanced practice RN and they will continue to seek federal funding for education... . Any mental...
Systems of Association
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...ASSOCIATION This is an essay that compares “The Battles in Seattle” by Levi and Olson and “The Dynamics of Standing still: Firestone Tire and the radial revolution” by Donald Sull. In his article, Sull explains how firestones manufacturing companies suffered immensely on the introduction of other companies. Firestone was one of the companies that was believed to achieve outstanding success in the late 1960s because of good management. In fact, it was declared the best managed tire-manufacturing company in the United States of America (Sull 351). However, the company faced a serious down fall after the introduction of radial tire by the French tire maker, Michelin. The company’s failure... SYSTEMS OF...
The new england workingmen's association
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...Association Established in 1844, the New England Workingmen’s Association (NEWA) resulted from a convention held in October 1844 (Massachusetts AFL-CIO 1). Prior to the convention, mechanics of Fall River had been experiencing poor working conditions that included 10-hour workdays. As such, the mechanics of Fall River petitioned the Massachusetts legislature for a 10-hour workday in 1842 with immense hope that the legislature will address their plight (Massachusetts AFL-CIO 1). Unfortunately, the Massachusetts legislature ignored their concerns leading to eminent hardships in the Fall River workforce (Massachusetts AFL-CIO 1). However, the mechanics kept their dream... The New England Workingmens...
Company law : Articles of Association
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...Association Lecturer This paper seeks to discuss this ment, “While there is deemed to be a binding contractbetween the members and the company, the contract only binds the members in their capacity as members. Where outsider rights are at issue the s 33 contract does not apply.” With regards to the restrictions entailed in the companies Acts in the article of association relating to the company in question, any legal entity or person may become a member of a company1. However, certain circumstances have been noted where individuals lack the required and necessary contractual capacity to be members of the company and be bound by the provisions stipulated in the articles... ? Company law: Articles of...
Community Psychology: Home Owners Association
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...Association Home Owners Association Meeting The Windsville E Home Owners Association meeting of September 2, 2011 started with a call to order at 7.00 p.m. at the Windsville social county hall after confirmation that there was quorum by Josh Mayer who is the chairman. After conducting a roll call, the secretary of the association distributed the minutes from the previous meeting which were approved. The first committee to make a presentation was the architectural committee whose representative gave a report that commended the home owners for adhering to the association’s guidelines on the paintwork on their houses and doors as recommended by the committee. He... Community Psychology: Home Owners...
Performance Management - Gwent Housing Association
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...Association To The Business Development Manager Help Gwent Housing Association The recent turmoil within the global economy has changed the focus of many organizations towards a budgeting and forecasting manner. Many recognized bodies such as the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants have encouraged managers to adopt suitable budgeting and costing techniques within their organization so as to reduce the impact of the economic recession. The recent conference conducted by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants heavily emphasized on creating value and improving... ? Performance Management Performance Management – Gwent Housing...
National Association of School Psychologist
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...Association of School Psychologists website was not a positive one. Visually, the website is a mess. There are too many frame encouraging members and nonmembers to join, register or login. There are far too many images accompanying these requests. They should be less prominent on the home page because they act as a barrier to accessing information. As a first time visitor, I tried to imagine that I was coming to this site seeking important information. All of the relevant information is buried at the left side of the page. I had to search to find what I wanted for quite a while. That said, once I found what I was looking for, the information was excellent... My first impression of the National...
European Free Trade Association (EFTA)
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...Association The European Free Trade Association came into being on May 3, 1960, with current member s being Norway, Iceland, Switzerland and Liechenstein (www.genevabriefingbook.com). Other countries such as Sweden and the UK were also members, but later left to join the European Community. The European Free Trade Association has formed an alternative option for those countries that were either not allowed or did not wish to join the European Community. The EFTA was established by the Stockholm Convention in order to reduce eliminate tariffs and all other trade barriers among the member states (www.genevabriefing book.com). Three out of the four EFTA members – all excluding... European Free Trade...
General aviation manufactures association (GAMA)
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...Association (GAMA) The General Aviation Manufactures Association was set up as a platform to bring different aviation manufactures together so that the common interests can be better met in the short and long term. As time passed, the association took various measures that helped it to become one of the biggest contributors to the U.S economy. The association, with a futuristic vision, takes various steps that are meant to overcome the challenges it faces and is likely to face. The present day challenges for the association are the restrictions on export as imposed by the U.S government, the environmental impact of the aviation industry, and the shortage of skilled... General Aviation Manufactures...
National Career Development Association (NCDA)
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...Association (NCDA) An organization emerged in 1913 under the of national vocational guidance association. Further in 1985 it came to be known as National career development association which came up as the founding organization of the American counseling association (ASA). NCDA is a leading body in developing standards for career counseling and evaluating the career information material. Its major goal is to promote career development throughout the lifespan by providing a blueprint for various career counseling firms to work on. Protocol or ethics are set for the organization by the NCDA so that they work in a fashion not to misuse the power at hand. NCDA also works... ?National Career Development...
American Association of Retired Persons
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...Association of Retired Persons, (AARP), dedicates itself to people of age 50 and over. There are more than 33 million participants in this not-for-profit organization which is United States based and non-government. Predicted membership by 2015 is expected to be near 70 million. Founded in 1958 by a high school principal, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, its objective was to display her theory of aging productively and to respond to the need for health insurance for retired teachers. AARP is dedicated to the defense and advancement of various activities such as lobbying at the national and state government level. One of its divisions promotes reduced rates at auto... AARP The interest group of American...
American Association of Advertising Agencies
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...Association of Advertising Agencies (4As) defines the concept of Integrated Marketing Communications as an approach which is used to achieve the desired aims of a marketing campaign through utilization of various promotional methods and themes which reinforce each other. Primarily, the concept of Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) blends the promotional tools of marketing so that they are able to perform in harmony with each other. Promotion is one of the ‘Ps’ in marketing mix and the tools when blended together, work optimally rather than in isolation. The integration is further augmented, beyond just communication when other levels of integration e.g. Data integration... ?Ans1. American...
Canadian Cycling Association in 2012
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...Association for London Olympics and Paralympic games Overview: Cycling is a popular recreational activity in Canada and it continues to grow each year, in a number of areas including media coverage and industry sales. This popularity is reflected by the phenomenal success of the country's National team, which has till date earned 4 Olympic Silver Medals, 4 Olympic Bronze Medals, 10 World Championship Gold Medals and many prestigious achievements (CCA homepage, 2006). The Canadian Cycling Association (CCA) is the official body representing Canadian athletes, and looks after... Supply Chain issues facing Canadian Cycling...
American Probation and Parole Association
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...Association (APPA) is the national association of parole and probation officers charged with the supervision of offenders who are placed on parole or probation. They are considered to be part of the correctional system, however, they play a significant role in the criminal justice system because they are a link between the correctional system and the legal system (Banks, 2004). The fudamental duties of probational officers include: 1... ? An Evaluation of the American Parole and Probation System: Research Proposal of Introduction Probation is defined as “a court ordered dispositional alternative through which an adjudicated offender is placed under the control, supervision and care of a probation staff...
The Revolutionary Afghan Women's Association
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...Association (RAWA) Afghanistan is one of the hottest debated topics as far as freedom of Muslim women is concerned. Though the Taliban administration was the main culprit for the ill-treatment of Muslim females in Afghanistan even before the Taliban regime the conditions of females were poor in Afghanistan. Nobody has written anything against the discriminations and massacres against the Muslim females in Afghanistan till the September 11 world trade centre attack. Most of the western countries kept a blind eye towards the fundamental rights violations in Afghanistan till September 11, 2001. Outsiders came to know or tried to know more about... Nazly Damasio INT 203 The Revolutionary Afghan Womens...
Wine Industry Association of WA
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...Association of Western Australia: Introduction: Wine is not only just an alcoholic delicacy; it is a vital part of the culture, status and definitely the most important factor for celebrating any success. The elegant bottling is the reason for these bottles to be found in most of the famous five star restaurants. The wine industry association of Western Australia is one of the reputed wine producing organizations in Australia. Wine tourism has become one of the biggest attractions in these places. Australia has taken a great initiative towards the development of the wine education centers. The wine education centers play a vital role to keep the status intact and to pull more tourists... Wine Industry...
American Association of Retired Persons
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...Association of Retired Persons, (AARP), dedicates itself to people of age 50 and over. There are more than 33 million participants in this not-for-profit organization which is United States based and non-government. Predicted membership by 2015 is expected to be near 70 million. Founded in 1958 by a high school principal, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, its objective was to display her theory of aging productively and to respond to the need for health insurance for retired teachers. AARP is dedicated to the defense and advancement of various activities such as lobbying at the national and state government level. One of its divisions promotes reduced rates at auto... AARP The interest group of American...
National Science Teachers Association Standards
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...Association Standards. The National Research Council wrote these standards in 1995, these standards were the work of 22 scientific societies and over 18,000 individuals contributed their knowledge to help produce these standards. The NSTA standards are now being implemented in the classrooms and these standards are considered to be a must. As we know that education is not like any other profession because the reason being that the parents or the guardians of the students are very particular of what their children are taught within the classrooms. The NSTA standards are mostly for the teachers who teach science. These standards make... NSTA STANDARDS NSTA is the abbreviation for National Science Teachers...
Personality Traits Association with Brain Structure
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...association with brain structure Psychologists Colin, Jacob, Matthew, Xenophon, Nallakkandi and Jeremyconducted a research to test predictions from personality neuroscience. These psychologists sub divided personality traits in five categories. The sub divisions are extraversion, conscientiousness, neuroticism, intellect and agreeableness. They named the five factors the big five. Extraversion refers to trait where one is energetic, outgoing, talkative, enthusiastic and assertive. Neuroticism is a trait defined as sensitivity and nervousness. In this case, a person has a tendency to have unpleasing emotions. These emotions include anxiety, anger, depression and vulnerability... ? Personality traits...
Harvard-Hosted Implicit Association Test (IAT)
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...Association Test (IAT) What was the result of your IAT? After taking the Harvard-Hosted Implicit Association Test (IAT) that focus on the Asian American - European American IAT, the results revealed that one’s “data suggest little or no association between Asian American and European American with American and Foreign” (IAT Corporation 1). Therefore, the current paper would hereby respond to the following questions: Do you think that the test produced valid results in your case? No, I felt that the results did not accurately identify applicability to one’s personal case since one hardly made errors in association (maybe just one or two). When compared to other web... Harvard-Hosted Implicit...
Girlguiding UK anmd the Scout association
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...association” 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 Voluntary income £ 11.6 m £ 12.2 m £ 9.6 m £ 10.2 m £ 10.0 m Voluntary Expenditure £ 0.15 m £ 0.14 m £ 0.14 m £ 0.30 m £ 0.23 m Income from charitable activities £ 17.8 m £ 30.7 m £ 21.3 m £ 24.5 m £ 25.9 m Expenditure on charitable activities £ 19.6 m £ 41.7 m £ 34.2 m £ 38.2 m £ 39.6 m Income from trading activities £ 0.7 m £ 3.7 m £ 1.0 m £ 0.4 m £ 1.1 m Expenditure on trading activities £ 4.6 m £ 5.0 m £ 5.2 m £ 4.8 m £ 4.9 m (Source: Girlguiding UK, 2013; The Scout Association, 2013) Voluntary... Running Head: Managing Non-profit Organisation Managing Non-profit Organisation [Institute’s FUNDRAISING TASK of Organisation: “Girl guiding UK and the Scout...
Who can enforce the articles of association?
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...ASSOCIATION? Introduction Articles of association are the internal rulebooks of a company and they form part of a company’s constitution as defined in Sec.17 of the Companies Act 2006. These articles set out the rules upon which a company’s affairs are run and regulated. According to Sec. 33, a company’s constitution binds both the company and its members to the same extent as if there were covenants on the part of the company and of each member to observe the constitution’s provisions. Therefore, a company’s articles of association create a statutory contract between the company and each individual member. This sort of contract (statutory contract) has... Lecturer’s WHO CAN ENFORCE THE ARTICLES OF...
Describing data statistically: Association, regression, and correlation
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...association or causation. As humans, we are directly fascinated with finding for the cause of everything. However, it is a common practice that an association is always considered causation. In fact, this is the most common practice especially in exploratory data analysis... What can we really learn about causality by using regression to model relationships among variables? Modeling is one of the most significant conceptsin Mathematics that is intended to explain things or illustrate situations as they are. Modeling at some point can directly explain the cause and effect relationship between the dependent and independent variables in the model. Let us try to take a look at the relationship between the...
American Psychological Association (APA) Ethics Code
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...Association and American Counseling Association Ethics Code Introduction There is no doubt health care workers’ ethical principles assign their practice and welfare of their patients, and counseling is not an exception. In this respect, American Psychological Association (APA) and American Counseling Association (ACA) ethical codes serve as a great source of ethical principles and standards essential for professional provision of psychological services by counselors. Their strict observance is able not only to assist people in their striving to peace of mind but also to contribute to professionals’ avoidance of such problems as loss of license and deprivation of practice... American Psychological...
Rowe v. New Hampshire Motor Transport Association
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...Association, the main issue was about the sale of tobacco products to minors. In terms ofprecedent for the case, stated related cases include Morales, in which the state argument to set aside regulations is assumed to be in line with the situation where, “efforts to prevent minors from obtaining cigarettes is unpersuasive in light of other legislative alternatives available to the State. Regardless, given Morales’ holding that federal law pre-empts state consumer-protection laws, federal law must also pre-empt Maine’s efforts directly to regulate carrier services” (Rowe, 2010). The case is also about the appropriateness of Maine’s Tobacco... ROWE In the case of Rowe vs. New Hampshire Motor Transport...
Association of Consulting Engineering Companies (ACEC), Canada
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...Association of Consulting Engineering Companies (ACEC), Canada goes here Instructional Design Professor Name of you professor Introduction The instructional design document will discuss the learning intervention required by the Association of Consulting Engineering Companies (ACEC), Canada. The design will follow the ADDIE model and all five steps Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of the instructional design will conform to the model. Following is a glimpse of the model followed for the instructional design document; The sequential approach of ADDIE is also followed by the instructional design document. In first place the ACEC... ?Running Head: ACEC Instructional Design...
Marketing Principles of National Basketball Association (NBA)
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...Association (NBA) Contents 3 Introduction 3 Overview 3 The purpose/role of branding 3 Importance of Market segmentation to marketers 4 Importance of marketing mix to marketers 5 Promotion 5  Place 6 References 7 Abstract The purpose of this project is to study the marketing principles of the NBA (National basketball association). The purpose of branding and market segmentation of the organization is studied. The marketing mix including the product, promotion, price and place of NBA is studied. The competitors and the sponsors of NBA are also studied in this project to understand the marketing strategies of the organization. Introduction The National... ?Marketing Principles of National Basketball...
Association between data virtualization and SQL Joins
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...association between data virtualization and SQL is in the use of the query language in implementing the latter concept (Corbin, Fuller, Jansen & McPherson, 2013). Data virtualization model is made up of entities and relationships. The entities mainly consist of the tables. The query language establishes measures, and shows data between the tables by setting up a join among them. Queries also analyze the services... Data Virtualization and SQL Insert Insert Data virtualization seeks to provide consumers of data with an access interface that encapsulates the location, the structure of the storage and the technology used in the storage. It abstracts the entire technical details of storing the data. The assoc...
Analysis of "Association Is Not Causation"
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...association is often mistaken for cause in social research. In Gelles and Cavanaugh (2005), it is argued that alcohol intoxication is something that is frequently associated with domestic assault, but it is not actually the cause of it. They demonstrate that there are short-comings to the research that supports the causal position, and they prove through counter-examples that the nature of intoxication is a more socially determined phenomenon contributing to violence than a biologically determined one. SUMMARY: Gelles and Cavanaugh (2005) aim to refute the causal relationship between alcohol abuse and violence. Their article opens with an overview of the context of the “widely... ? Correlation or...
International association of dry cargo shipowners
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...ASSOCIATION OF DRY CARGO SHIPOWNERS: Established in 1980, this organisation had been safeguarding the interests of the ship owners, managers and operators of dry cargo shipping. Dry bulk trades deal with the cargo of iron ore, steel, timber, coal, grain and other goods transported in huge containers. Its members are provided with complete information financial, managerial, and technical along with the current news. Its management looks for modern and innovative ways of achieving safety guidelines for the ships, safe, efficient and environmentally friendly. Management while dealing with all decision making, gets governed by external environments and shapes its policies accordingly... 114213 INTERNATIONAL...
National Rifle Association NonProfit Organization Research Paper
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...ASSOCIATION: An of Gun Safety and Human Protection Background of the Organization The National Riffle Association is a well-known organization worldwide that actually involved the continuous implication of the idea of responsible gun handling ever since the 19th century. It was the year 1871 when NRA helped the entire human society back then to realize what firearms are capable of doing and how they should be well handled by people who owns them. Of course, firearm make-ups before were simple and less destructive in form. However, it should be noted that no matter how less destructive they may seem, guns were made for wars, as defense for people from all the oppressive acts... THE NATIONAL RIFFLE...
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