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Is it possible to overcome the Holocaust Discuss with reference to the respective responses of both Jean Amery and Primo Levi
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...The Holocaust Introduction The Holocaust came from the word destruction, and refers to the mass killing of six million Jews after the World War II by the Nazi Germany headed by Adolf Hitler. It was a period of time where all the Jews broke apart and severe destruction was made. This event marks a highlight on the history after which plenty of events followed by. It had a long lasting impact on many of the Jews and other nations. It was not only an attack on religion, or race but on the complete humanity. The following essay illustrates the literature and case studies on the holocaust in regard to the past events that were followed by. It assesses how holocaust literature was formed and many...
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Outline your educational goals and expectations. Also include what you expect to contribute to the art center community. (Be as specific as possible.)
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... The motive of applying in this college is to see myself as a good artist to accomplish my careergoals. I found your college as one of the best Art College in Pasadena. That is the reason which pushes me towards admission process. By starting up at your College I would want to educate myself in the areas of like; how an Artist gets aware of its audience, how to build up a creative mind, humility regarding personal design, knowledge of material, sketching skills, vision, an eye for design, strong business sense and how to be passionate about self-work. On gaining such utter knowledge in this specific area, I would be looking forward in contributing my work in your art center. My contribution... The...
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What do you consider to be the major issues facing pblic education today. Address one of the issues in depth, outlining possible causes, effects and resolutions
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... Speech - Funding Issues Faced By Public Education Introduction One of the major issues that are faced by public education in present day is decrease in the funds allocated to public education. The problem is that the government has been continuously decreasing the percentage of budget that it allocates to public schools. There are various causes, effects and solutions to the issue of lack of funds for public education. Body One of the major reasons due to which budget for public schools and education has declined is that the government is more focused towards other sectors such as defense and health as compared to education. Furthermore, recent budget cuts have even taken place... Speech - Funding...
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An analysis of how 'management via accounting' can be applied to keep fuel costs as low as possible at a low-cost airline, w
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... Airline Fuel Management Introduction Airline fuel currently approaches forty percent of the total operational expenses for traveler airlines. This high fuel costs surpasses the labor cost being the main cause of high expenses for many airline companies. Faced with high fuel cost volatility, scarcity in fuel supply, and high complication in future forecasting demand, many passenger airplanes are looking forward to capture financial savings and good organizations towards fuel procurement, cost risk hedging, and fuel management via accounting. This management essay is going to provide complete solutions and management measure for airline fuel management. These solutions cover fuel forecasting... Airline...
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Compare and contrast your expectations of college to the reality you have expierenced..describe both imagined and real expierence as fully possible and explain the similarities and differences
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...Full Perceiving College Life College education has always been pictured as a great challenge to because of the various requirements which would take much of an individual’s time. This means more responsibilities, prioritizing and disciplining one’s self in order to cope with the challenges posed to the modern student. It has always been expected by this student that college life is going to be a tough fight with no enjoyment but serious studying and facing piles of books after school or work. However, it has been an eye opener to be going to a university and discover that university life is not that boring after all. University life is not just challenging and full of responsibilities... Perceiving...
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Type a brief (1 page) abstract of the article (summary), over view based on as much of the article as possible
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...MOTOR SPEECH LEARNING What is more important to a growing child than learning to speak? Speech is how humans communicate with one another and share lifes tragedies and joys. Without speech, a child is isolated. That is why a great deal of clinical research has arisen focusing on the best ways to teach children who have problems speaking properly. Some researchers believe that only oral exercises can help, others believe that non-oral motor exercises can also be useful in assisting children to learn to speak. That is the subject of this fascinating article. There are a number of problems that may affect a childs ability to speak: a cleft palate, for example. These kinds of physical... SPEECH LEARNING...
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Anwar Elsadat
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...Ataturk managed to lead Turkey from colonization and mainly, for impressively establishing a number of crucial civil service reforms. This shows that Sadat admired leaders who put citizen interests first. The third figure was Mohandas Gandhi. While touring Egypt in 1932, Gandhi preached what he was famously known for, the power of peaceful fight for justice. This shows that Sadat was an admirer of people who advocated for peace in combating a vice in society. The final figure was Adolf Hitler, and this was because Hitler was a rival to the British. Sadat was an anti- colonialist, thus he hated the British... Third President of Egypt, Anwar El Sadat Third President of Egypt, Anwar El Sadat...
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Flight deck management. Write an essay (2000-2500 words) exploring possible developments in flight deck systems. In particular adress the flight crew - system relationship and how the development might enhance the management of flight deck system
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...possibly made them the first aviation instructors and were most certainly the first aviation psychologists the world has ever seen. (Tsang and Vidulich 2003) However, the pristine simplicity of the early flights is no longer there with commercial flights routinely lasting many hours and connecting cities separated by thousands of miles over entire oceans. Till 1960s additional information were provided to the pilots through single-purpose instruments... Flight deck Management A study of the evolution of technological assistance that pilots avail of during flights Introduction It is more than a hundred years now that the first heavier-than-air powered aircraft flight by the Wright brothers in 1903 took...
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What Gatsby seeks in Daisy is not possible to be fulfilled by Daisy, or by any other woman. This is not a story about unrequited love, but about a futile search for a transcendent vision. Discuss
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...Crisis of Meaning in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby It is expected that many people would consider F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby as a story of unrequited love. The story, after all, gives much focus on the title character’s efforts to win a woman’s heart despite of circumstances that do not allow it to happen. Jay Gatsby is an individual who manages to achieve a level of affluence primarily because he wants to get the attention and ultimately earn the love of Daisy, despite the fact that she is already married to a rich and famous individual, Tom Buchanan. However, love stories would tend to follow the usual formula of happy endings or tragic outcomes that would still... of Meaning in ...
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Is a global state possible or even desirable Make full use of the theoretical and empirical literature in your answer. (with reference to theories of realism, communism, liberalism and marxism)
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...possibility or desirability with the help of a brief discussion through theoretical and empirical literature4. After the termination of the World War I... Introduction International organizations are essential in the study of global power or Since the middle of 20th century, international organizations have played an imperative role in determining, executing and imposing norms and rules to decide international combined action issues and offer public wellness ranging from security and peace to development and monetary stability1.Numerous policy pupil hopes to work for an international organization some day. Still numerous of the most important and oldest international organizations around the globe today...
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Roy Rothwell introduced the 5th Generation Model in the 1990s. The innovation process has substantially moved on over the last two decades. First, critically evaluate each of the 5 models and then formulate a possible 6th Generation Model
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...Roy Rothwell Business Roy Rothwell Roy Rothwell, a British sociologist and an academic product of the of Sussex, is regarded as an individual who played a major role in industrial innovation. He has significantly contributed to the understanding of novelty management. Various distinct business environments have separately led to the innovation of the so called management generations over a period of 5 decades. These models include: the first generation which was put into use from 1950s to mid-1960s and it focused on technological push. This was aimed at swift industrial growth and new technological prospects. The second generation innovation was popular in the mid-1960s to late 1970s... Rothwell...
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Over the last 20 years the soft drinks market has seen a rapidly expanding promotion and production of caffeinated energy drinks. Discuss the possible benefits and health risks associated with energy drinks, such as red bull and monster
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...Energy drinks al Affiliation) Introduction: Facts about energy drinks There has been exponential growth in the energy drink since the advent of the red bull drink in 1987 and subsequently in 1997. Thailand has the highest energy drinking consumption rate per head, but the US leads in terms of total sales. Red Bull lead to the increase in advertisements of the high caffeine content energy drinks. Currently, there are over 500 brands in the world and over 200 brands in the US fighting for the competitive and limited market share. The caffeine content in the energy drinks increased from 50mg to currently over 550mg per bottle. The energy drink has been experiencing growth in its annual sales... drinks al...
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Discuss the four traditionally identified authors of the gospels, Mark, Matthew,Luke and John. In a second section, discuss the stylistic traits, characteristics unique features of the four gospels, including which came first and possible sources.#2
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...Discuss the four traditionally identified of the gospels The of Mark’s gospel is Mark who was a Jew and who embraced Christianity. He was the son of Mary and was from a Hellenistic family. Mark was the cousin of Barnabas of Cyprus. He was a close ally of Peter. Peter had a special relationship with Mark. During the latter years Mark was closely associated with Peter and Paul. He was imprisoned along with Paul on many occasions. He traveled to Egypt and found the church of Alexandria and died there by Martyrdom. Matthew also known as Mathias was the son of Alphaeus of Capernaum. His original name was Levi. He was engaged in the collection of taxes from people crossing the Sea of Galilee... the four...
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Contrast the behaviourist approach in psychology with any ONE of the following: The humanistic approach, the psychoanalytic approach, the cognitive approach. You should refer to primary sources wherever possible
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...possibility that the anticipated response will be replicated. Reinforcement is the center in this behaviorist approach. Reinforcement that is continuous in every step of anticipated behavior is helpful when a behavior is introduced. When a desired conduct is recognized, intermittent reinforcement upholds the behavior (Linder-Crow, 2000). On the other hand, Cognitive approach revolves around the concept that if people want to understand what makes individuals learn, then they need to recognize the interior... Contrast the behaviorists approach with the cognitive approach Contrast the behaviorists approach with the cognitive approach Human behavior is acquired, therefore all behavior can be untrained, and ...
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1. Read these articles (they are short) :) http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/02/080229141032.htm http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/04/090401114818.htm 2. Do you believe it is possible for a robot to acquire language (truly learn langua
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... Psychology Currently experimental projects are under process, which will result in the formationof robots which can exhibit the verbal and cognitive qualities of humans. They would be able to talk in a similar fashion like humans and the robot will be linked to a computer simulation of a brain so that it can process the information from its environment and respond through physical gestures of arms, fingers, eyes and head. If the scientists are successful in this progress, they would reproduce a technological clone of human, talking and responding in a humanly manner. Language skills and cognition capabilities are a highly processed and intricate progression, which the humans acquire... Psychology...
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Compare a Presidential Government to a Parliamentary Government. Choose 3 characteristics to compare and critically assess relations of power. Provide examples from the World Stage when possible. Include an introduction and conclusion
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...Presidential Government vs. Parliamentary Government Presidential Government vs. Parliamentary Government Introduction Every democracy has a political system that supports governance and administration of people and activities within its boundaries. This gives rise to different systems of governance, with the three key types in existent being the parliamentary system of governance, the presidential system of governance, as well as the hybrid system of governance. A government in such case refers to the agency, machinery, or political organization that facilitates exercise of politics within the country. As such, the government administers and controls public policies for the welfare... Government vs....
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Over the last 20 years the soft drinks market has seen a rapidly expanding promotion and production of caffeinated energy drinks. Discuss the possible benefits and health risks associated with energy drinks, such as red bull and monster
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...Advantages And Health Risks Associated With Energy Drinks Essay Plan/Outline Introduction General Statement: The consumption and sale of energy drinks have increased at a profound rate and may be hurting the society in a negative manner. Definitions: Energy drink is a term used to refer to those drinks that comprises of several ingredients that are essentially needed in order to increase the energy of the consumer. Thesis Statement: Energy drinks have more negative effects to offer to its consumers as compared to the positive health effects. Body Main Body Paragraph 1: Positive Effects Of Energy Drinks Helps in enhancing performance by enhancing attention and alertness. Helps in keeping... And Health...
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Choose one problem of your hometown or your country that, in your opinion, has to be addressed (e.g. traffic congestion, the system of education, infrastructure, some political issue, etc. ). Describe the issue and then offer possible solutions for it. Pr
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...Motor vehicle is the number one means of transportation in Saudi Arabia. As the number of private vehicles splurge the roads and highways, traffic condition also worsens especially in the cities, and nowadays, has been one of the worst problems in my country. Joffe-Walt (2010) cited that over the past two decades Saudi Arabia has recorded 4 million traffic accidents, leading to 86,000 deaths and 611,000 injuries, 7 percent of which resulted in permanent disabilities giving it the world record for highest road accidents death toll. In connection to this problem, the following are seen to be the root cause of this social issue. First, it is the driving problem with young people. Al Mazyad... vehicle is...
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In the last decade voting turnout and political participation in the UK has declined. What are the possible reasons for this What could be done to help solve the problem
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...Why People in UK not have Interest in votes/ Politics? Introduction: In a democracy, public participation in electing their representative for the parliament is absolutely necessary. Like every other countries UK parliament also select their representatives from different states based on the public vote. Over the year the turn out of the people in the electionprocess is continuously decreasing and people are not want to associate themselves with the politics any more. It is one of the major concerning points for the people who like researching about the role of common people in the nation’s politics. The paper is to analyze the reason behind the downfall in the turnout of common men... People in UK not ...
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Over the last 20 years the soft drinks market has seen a rapidly expanding promotion and production of caffeinated energy drinks. Discuss the possible benefits and health risks associated with energy drinks, such as red bull and monster
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...EFFECTS OF CONSUMING ENERGY DRINKS [Insert al Affiliation] Introduction In today’s society, as Naren and Jared suggests, people seem to engage in several activities which makes them to quickly feel burnt out and in urgent need of a rest (p.46). Consequently, marketers and producers have utilized this trend to continuously produce and market energy drinks (ED) as they are simply driven by the profit motive (Chad, Eric & Ronald, 2009; p.1). The continual and increasing use of ED has stimulated many scholars to explore the effects that such drinks have on the consumer’s health. However, despite the caution raised by scholars who are against its consumption, many people are oblivious... OF CONSUMING ENERGY...
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Demonstrate how management structures are influenced by the size of a company and the technology it employs, and how control procedures are an important corollary of management delegation. Use amazon as a possible case study
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...DEMONSTRATE HOW MANAGEMENT STRUCTURES ARE INFLUENCED BY THE SIZE OF A COMPANY AND THE TECHNOLOGY IT EMPLOYS, AND HOW CONTROL PROCEDURES ARE AN IMPORTANT COROLLARY OF MANAGEMENT DELEGATION: CASE OF AMAZON Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Motivational theorists 3 Implementing motivational theories to Amazon 7 Effectiveness of implementation of motivational theories in Amazon 10 Achievement of set objectives with the implementation of motivational theories 10 Improvement in business performance: 10 The increase of employee satisfaction and reduced employee turnover: 11 Conclusion and Recommendations: 12 Reference List 14 Introduction Changes taking place in the business... HOW...
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Anthropology - : Introduction to Evolution of the Brain you are to apply your knowledge of brain evolution (especially the logical arguments that are used to understand it) to critically assess whether it will ever be possible to make a machine
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...possibility of making a computer/robot that has a mind is indeed very remote. Reference Searle, J.R. 1990. Is the brain’s mind a computer program? Scientific American, 262: 26– 31... Anthropology The human brain has undergone natural evolution for millions of years. From a mere half-a-kilogram about 2.5 million years ago it currently weighs three times as much. The human brain is the largest of all primate brains. Historically, it has been the fastest growing brain in the animal kingdom. The much larger neocortex area of the human brain distinguishes humans from other animal species, imparting them with the ability to think, to decide and to judge. But, according to neuroscientists, the human...
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In the light of the fee structure of 2012, evaluate & analyze the current advertising strategies & plan of the University of Huddersfield in relation to the recruitment of prospective undergraduate students. Identify any possible future objectives & strat
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... of Huddersfield Table of Contents Introduction 3 A Brief Background of 3 Future Objectives 4 Future Strategies 5 Advertising Strategies 5 Impact of Fee Increment 7 Strengths and Weaknesses of the University 8 Strengths 8 Weaknesses 9 Conclusion and Recommendation 10 Reference 12 Introduction Education industry is one of the most thriving industry segments of the world. The emergence of globalisation has generated new avenues of job options which demand high skill set of individuals. Universities and academic institutions have emerged to provide skill sets which have made them largely popular among the students across the world. In addition to regular courses universities are also tying... of...
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Web Technologies, Users and Management: Website evaluation: To undertake a study of the usability of UK ecommerce websites from pre-determined sectors and report observations, findings and recommendations on possible site improvements
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...Ecommerce Stores Analysis An in-depth analysis of four big online stores of the UK [Type the company Table of Contents Executive Summary: 3 Introduction: 4 Boden: 4 General Information about the Website: 5 Our Review based on the Five Categories: 5 Suggestions and Advice: 5 ASOS: 6 General Information about the Website 7 Our Review based on the Five Categories: 7 Suggestions and Advice: 8 Topshop: 8 General Information about the Website: 9 Our Review based on the Five Categories: 10 Suggestions and Advice: 10 NEXT: 11 General Information about the Website: 12 Our Review based on the Five Categories: 12 Suggestions and Advice: 12 Analysis and Rating: 13 First Look Rating: 13 Search Accuracy... Stores...
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Website evaluation:To undertake a study of the usability of UK ecommerce websites from pre-determined sectors (Apparel & Accessories) and report observations, findings and recommendations on possible site improvements of Product Range an
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...Executive Summary: We have analyzed four online stores based in UK and have found ASOS store on top. The analysis is mainly based on four broad categories as follows: 1. First Impression Rating 2. Search results and relevance 3. Range of Products 4. Shopping basket Suggestions have been made to following stores about improving their rankings and profits. 1. Boden 2. Top Shop and 3. Next Introduction: We are analyzing following four stores: 1. Top Shop (www.topshop.com) 2. Boden (www.boden.co.uk) 3. ASOS (www.asos.com) 4. Next (www.next.co.uk) Top Shop (www.topshop.com) Website analysis and evaluation: Top shop is operating currently in UK and USA. It is providing deliveries all across UK... Summary:...
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Jameson (2007) has defined geography as one of the possible components of cultural identity needed for cross cultural communication in global business. Discuss how a company might take this component into account in marketing its products/services to cons
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...Running head: GEOGRAPHY IN CROSS-CULTURAL MARKETING Geographical Considerations in Cross-Cultural Marketing Insert Insert Grade Insert Tutor’s Name 08 November 2011 Geographical Considerations in Cross-Cultural Marketing Introduction Globalization has been in the increase in the recent past with several large organizations expanding their operations onto the global scene. There has been increase in global linkages (Czinkota and Ronkainen, 2007, p.6). With the extended operations across borders, organizations experience certain challenges like the cultural differences in different regions. In as much as globalization is accused of killing certain cultures, it may also promote and cultivate... head:...
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Compose a report listing the possible ways in which your electronic files could be lost, stolen, or corrupted, and explain the steps you would take to minimise these threats
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...possibility of losing... Ways That Electronic Files Could be Lost, Stolen, or Corrupted and The Steps That Could be taken to Minimize These Threats I. Introduction In today’s Information Age, almost all data are stored via electronic files. Offices, educational institutions and even homes are already becoming “paper less” where files are stored electronically due to convenience. Our dependence on electronic storage however has its drawbacks. Despite of its convenience, electronic files could be lost, stolen or corrupted costing us money, sensitive data and hours of laborious work. These could be caused by a myriad of ways ranging from sheer neglect to system failure. II. How files could be lost, stole...
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Using one specific company with which you are familiar, examine the actual and potential impacts of globalisation on that company. Explain the reasoning behind the points you make. Evaluate possible strategies going forward which the company might use to
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...Impacts of Globalization on Apple Inc. Impacts of Globalization on Apple Inc. Contents Introduction 2 Globalization 2 Figure 1: Globalization has Many Meanings 3 Figure 2: Dimensions of Globalization 4 Company Background: Apple Inc. 5 Figure 3: Comparative Number of Employees 2011 vs. 2008 7 Figure 4: Chart of Apple’s Share Prices from Jan 2011 to Nov 2011 7 Impact of Globalization 8 Figure 5: Historical Timeline for Apple II, Lisa and Macintosh 9 Company Market Share 14 Figure 6: Apple’s U.S. Market Share for the periods 2006 to 2011 14 Table 1: Comparative PC Vendors’ Performance in Shipments 15 and Market Share 15 Competition 15 Table 2: Global Smartphone Vendor Shipments and Market Share...
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Write an essay about your hometown, describing it either negatively or positively. Be as detailed as possible. Your viewpoint should be a strong one, so make sure you develop strong description and details about the place
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... Oakland, Illinois In Coles County, there is a called Oakland in Illinois, in the United s. The inhabitants were 880 as of the 2010 population census (American Towns 1). In line with the 2010 population census, the city has a totality area of 2.3 km2 (0.87 square miles), of which 2.1 km2 (0.83 square miles) or 95% is land and only 0.10 km2 (0.04 square miles) or 4.60% is water. There are roughly 450 housing units at a standard density of 205.8/km² (532.9 per square mile) (American Towns 1). The ethnic composition of the city is 98.20% Whites, 1.20% African American, 0.50% Native American, and 0.10% from other races. Latino or Hispanic of any race was just 0.90% of the entire populace... Oakland,...
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@the most important political fact of the nineteenth century in Europe was the growth of nationalism.' (M.S.Anderson. Discuss with reference to at least 3 major
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...Ataturk, as its first president. Ataturk recognized that military victory was not sufficient to ensure the country’s survival. He laid down the plans to modernize Turkey through major political, economic, cultural and social reforms. It was also Ataturk’s goal to make universal contributions to peace and prosperity. His body... I. Introduction It was during the 19th century that nationalism became widespread, manifested as movements toward national unification and independence. It took hold in Europe, especially Germany, during the Napoleonic Wars as resistance to French occupation. However, German nationalism during this period was conservative and restricted by tradition, rather than liberal and...
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Modernizing Rulers in the Middle East
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...Ataturk and Reza Shah had one main goal. The goal was to have foreign powers leave their respective countries of Turkey and Iran. They went about it in different ways. Ataturk secularized his government borrowing heavily on the western influence. Although depending on western influences, Turkey did not become the west. Turkey borrowed ideas to better Turkey for the Turkish citizens, not to become a puppet western state. Reza Shah could not secularize his government. Iran was formed with Shi’ite Islam as the backbone. As western influence overwhelmed Iran, it allowed undue influence to come into the oil rich country. Ataturk was a well-known military man. His victories and losses... Mustafa Kemal Ataturk ...
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Turkey political system
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...Ataturk” and his Turkey-based concepts (Ataturk Movement) E. Kemalism F. Westernized the Turkey G.Western Changes and different changes. H. How the people accepted the changes I. Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi (APK) J. Turkey Today K. Turkish State and Islamic movement interaction L. Conclusion Theses: Turkey’s government transactions continue to change until today. Introduction The AKP Party runs the current Turkey government. Turkey gained its independence in 1922. Ataturk is recognized as the nation’s war hero. Turkey’s government... Turkey political system November 28, Outline A. Introduction B. Interdiction, How the Ottoman Empire disintegrated C. Creation of the Turkey Republic D. Mustaf Kemal...
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Identify the senses in which the Ranis-Fei model differs from the Lewis model. Does the Ranis-Fei model mark an advance on the Lewis model Consider the nature and implications of the Ranis-Fei model and its possible weaknesses. Compare w/ Jorgenson
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...The Ranis-Fei Model The study of development especially by the underdeveloped countries is one of the most interesting studies so that quite a numberof Economists have attempted to explain the pre-requisites of growth and development. This paper has its focus on the Ranis-Fei model of development, with particular association to the Lewis model. We therefore compare and contrast the two studies, examine its model and diagrams and analyze it well enough so as there is a critique at the end of the paper. Comparison and Contrast The Ranis-Fei model was built from the Lewis model, with reformulations on its underlying assumptions on the unlimited supply curve of labour (Gustav Ranis). Lewis... Ranis-Fei...
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From Mobilization to Revolution
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...Ataturk, as its first president. Ataturk recognized that military victory was not sufficient to ensure the country’s survival. He laid down the plans to modernize Turkey through major political, economic, cultural and social reforms. It was also Ataturk’s goal to make universal contributions... From Mobilization to Revolution I. Introduction It was during the 19th century that nationalism became widespread, manifested as movements toward national unification and independence. It took hold in Europe, especially Germany, during the Napoleonic Wars as resistance to French occupation. However, German nationalism during this period was conservative and restricted by tradition, rather than liberal and univ...
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The Stoics believed that it was important that one's emotional state not be impacted by one's circumstances, whether they be good or bad. Why did they feel this way What is a possible benefit of living this way What is a potential pitfall
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...Your full full September 25, Philosophy – Emotional Stoicism is an ancient school of philosophy the roots of which date back to the 3rd century BC. The believers of this school of philosophy believed that it is important that ones emotional state should not be influenced by his/her circumstances regardless of the nature of those circumstances. They had a strong belief about the existence of the link between destructive emotions and judgment errors that a person can make because of his/her circumstances. Therefore, they believed that a person should not modify his/her emotional state because of the internal and external circumstances as it can lead to the destruction of whole society... full full...
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Discuss the Circular Flow diagram and what you feel the Government's role should be in maintaining its balance. Does the government have a role to play at all or should the government keep as much distance from the process as possible
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... The Circular Flow and the Role of Government The purpose of this paper is to study and analyze the Circular Flow of Income and Expenditures and what role government plays in maintaining its balance. Either it should get involved playing its role or it should stand aside and watch it from a distance. According to the Circular Flow of Income and Expenditure, the economy is characterized into 5 key sections that are firms, households, government, financial markets, and the world. According to the flow chart, the payment is moved from one section to another. For example, firms pay their laborers against their service; those laborers then spend that money in goods and services... The Circular Flow and the...
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Medal east
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...Ataturk, a Turkish warrior sman saved theTurkish region from Britain’s red pencil by implementing principles and aims that he established for the sake of the Turkish people. The principles and aims became the kemal constitution. The Turks, an elaborate way to describe his diplomacy and leadership qualities, adopted the Kemal constitution. Ataturk enforced modernized reforms that replaced the Turban laws. Later, Ottiman abolished the Turban laws because the nationalists were not happy with the reactionary regime. Ataturk aims included; the onerous treaty of serves in 1920s which served as a legal framework imposed by the republicans... History and Political Science Part II (Multiple Choices) Question...
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BritFly,an established uk based airline, is planning its marketing strategy for the next 3 years in a very competitive market. one key objective is to grow the business. using a model,such as the Ansoff Matrix, identify and discuss the possible growth
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... MARKETING STRATEGY FOR GROWTH: BRITISH AIRWAYS MARKETING DUE SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS British Airways is the UK market leader in transnational airline service. It covers more than 400 destinations and has experienced a considerable growth in an extremely competitive market since inception. Altering consumer trends towards convenience and precision of requirements has added to the complexities. The promising future potential of the Airline provides a clear strategic focus in order to sustain the foundation. The objective of the following analysis is proposal of marketing strategic growth plan for the next 3 years for British Airways, with the use of appropriate tools for the achievement... MARKETING...
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Essay 12 3610
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...reforms from social, political, judicial, educational, and cultural. It was led by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk who was an indeterminate, 1881–10 November 1938, a Turkish army officer, revolutionary political leader, and Turkeys’ first President. He was a popular Ottoman commander since during World War 1; Ataturk remained undefeated in battles. Ottoman Empire was formed around the 14th century. According to Shaw, during that period, the Empire... The Rise of a Successful Turkish National Movement Turkish National Movement was an organization, which was aimed at liberating Turkish people from oppression. Its main objective was to eliminate status quo imposed by the western countries and establish new...
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ASSIGNMENT ONE QUESTIONS Choose only one question from this menu. Identify your choice at the front of your report. 1. Do you consider it possible for abstract HR models to be applicable to organisations Use your choice of 2 models and an organisation
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... HR MODELS AND APPLICATION TO AN ORGANISATION By Introduction No two companies exhibit the same management procedure. Even cartels or Multinational Corporation under the same name always have variations in factors that make them be managed differently. This is because no two places have the same needs and therefore the business must be met under the respective circumstances. These different management models are derived from the theoretical human resource (HR) models that tend to be applicable to the practical running of these companies (Kumar, 2010, p. 54). According to Marchington and Wilkinson (2005), MR models are many and diverse. They refer to a method used by companies to keep jujst... HR MODELS ...
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Mustafa Kemal Atatrk
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...Ataturk Mustafa Kemal Ataturk (1881-1938) is one man who will go down into the pages of history among those who brought a revolution and a change of thinking among their people. Born initially in Thessaloniki (formerly Salonika) which at the time was not a part of Greece, but of the Ottoman Empire, His maiden name was Mustafa Kemal, with the title of Kemal(or perfection) given to him by his teachers for excellence in mathematics and the title of Ataturk, which stands for “the father of Turks”, was given by his people in 1934 for the reforms he introduced to create a modern Turkish country. He was from a middle class, devoutly Muslim background, with his mother following the Islamic... ?Mustafa Kemal...
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Mustafa Kemal Atatrk
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...Ataturk exemplify one of the world's greatest statesmen's basic premises of life. He was first and foremost a citizen of Turkey and placed its sovereignty above any personal dreams or desires. In a few short years he led the fight... for independence and building of a nation. This is his story. No one could have predicted that the son born in 1881 to Ali Riza Efendi and his wife Zubeyde Hanim in Salonika, a town near the Greek-Ottoman border would grow up to become the most beloved leader of Turkey, Mustafa Kemal. Ali Riza was a customs officer in the Ottoman Empire where he worked in the lumber trade. Along with his wife, the couple lived a rather non-descript life. Ali Riza had...
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Treaty of Sevres And The Founding of Modern Turkey
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...Ataturk’s Reforms Fifteen years after the Turkish War of Independence, the Turkish National Movement leader, Mustafa Kemal, established a variety of political, economic and social reforms till his death in 1938. Through his reforms he was able to transform the Turkish society from a group of Muslim subjects of a vast Empire to a modern, democratic and secular nation-state. His reforms included mainly the proclamation of the new Turkish state as a republic (23rd of October, 1923). This gave the nation the right to exercise sovereignty by representative democracy. To pave the way for a republic nation, Mustafa Kemal abolished the powers of the Ottoman Dynasty... Treaty of Sevres And The Founding of...
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Poems of Tevfik Fikret and Mehmet Akif Ersoy
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...Ataturk explained that, "every individual has the rights and freedoms to think what he wants, to believe what he wants, to possess a political opinion that is unique to himself, and to undertake or not undertake the requirements f the religion he has chosen. No one's ideas or conscience can be dominated." This is why at the beginning f the republic, in 1923, Ataturk took the stand that Turkey must become secularized. He went to such lengths as reforming the traditional head garment, the fez, instituted under Sultan Mahmut II, to a western style hat. Ataturk even stated "We had to throw off the fez, which sat upon our head as an emblem f ignorance, fanaticism... Running Head: Tevfik Fikret and Mehmet Akif ...
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The Short ID Exam
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...reforms in the Ottoman Empire aimed at emancipating non-Muslim subjects in the Empire as well as integrating non-Turks in the society by granting them equality and improving their civil liberties. 13. Jamal al-Din al-Afghani A writer, political activist, and Islamic Ideologist in the 19th century renowned for his... The Short ID Exam By Normative Sources These are sources of information that offer guides on the ethical/correct way of doing something. There are three normative sources in Islam: The Qur’an, the hadiths, and classical Islamic law. 2. Historiography This is the study of materials written by Muslim historians on the events of the early Islamic period. 3. The five Pillars of Islam Th...
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Turkey military and islamists
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...Ataturk . In the process of its development, the country made a number of changes including an education system that focussed on the pre-Islamic civilizations of the Turkish people. The reforms that were made did not deter the people from embracing Kemalism from all quarters apart from the rural Anatolia. In addition, the military and the urban bourgeoisie also embraced the Kemalism ideology. The disparity created between the Islamists in Anatolia and the Kemalists developed a severe cultural... Turkey Military and Islamists Turkey is a country that has faced insurmountable challenges through military leadership under the Islamist movements that have demonstrated leadership based on Islamic ideas. It...
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Politics in turkey
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...reforms became the major facilitating factors for improving and improvising the socio-economic development of the state. Turkey... is a parliamentary democracy with 551 seats from 81 provinces. The secular democratic process of the nation was evolved from the war of independence, led by Mustafa Kemal. After the disintegration of Ottoman Empire, the modern nation of Turkey was born in 1924 (kwintessential). Mustafa was popularly known as Ataturk or ‘the father of the nation’. He has been the most popular and influential leader of Turkey who had brought the country on the world map and had laid the foundation of secular democracy of the modern Turkey. He was also the founder...
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Citizenship and Social Exclusion in England and Turkey's schools
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...possible for all group members to follow a single laid down rule applicable to all without implementing the commonsense variables that are specific to a specified class or faith of population. (Lamb, 2004) Starkey's and Osler's Critics apply to Turkey's model of citizenship in a very efficient manner. More like the approach of the Crick report Mustafa Kamal Ataturk's method also included the principals of citizenship and nationality. All these efforts were disintegrated as the evil... CITIZENSHIP AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION IN ENGLAND AND TURKEY'S SCHOOLS It should be mentioned that it could be ascertained that the Crick Report on citizenship education which has been introduced in to English schools does fall ...
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Citizenship and Social Exclusion in England and Turkey's schools
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...possible for all group members to follow a single laid down rule applicable to all without implementing the commonsense variables that are specific to a specified class or faith of population. (Lamb, 2004) Starkeys and Oslers Critics apply to Turkeys model of citizenship in a very efficient manner. More like the approach of the Crick report Mustafa Kamal Ataturk’s method also included the principals of citizenship and nationality. All these efforts were disintegrated as the evil of social exclusion... CITIZENSHIP AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION IN ENGLAND AND TURKEYS SCHOOLS It should be mentioned that it could be ascertained that the Crick Report on citizenship education which has been introduced in to English...
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Google's Mission, Ethical Principles and Involvement in China
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...Ataturk and the Thai King. (Goldman, 2015). By precedence, Google has already done censorship and this previous acts were not questioned whether it is consistent or not with Google’s mission. Practicing self-censorship to be able to operate in the largest internet market in the world may not be ideal but it does not mean that it is not consistent with its mission either. Google’s entry into the Chinese market and engage in self-censorship Self-censorship is no longer new to Google. Outside the Chinese market, it already had taken down links... Google’s Mission, Ethical Principels, and Involvement in China Background Google is reputed not only as one of the best company to work in the world but also as ...
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