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...possible research questions Finance is an accounting language of business. Finance is basically used in every discipline including the field of research and project management. The objective of most projects is to make money and therefore finance is a fundamental discipline. Information technology is also associated with finance and accounting especially in preparation of financial statements. Information technology management provides security issues to financial institutions especially where online technology is involved. Legal and ethical issues are also major part of finance due to the need to ascertain all financial resources and business managers need to account for every coin spent... Ten possible ...
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Education Reforms in 19th Century Canada
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...reformers was that would have access to common schools, regardless of religion, social sexand colour. To what extent was this ideal realized in 19th century Canada? Education Reforms are executed for constructing a meaningful change in the mode of teaching which can have a formative effect on the mind, character and physical ability of any individual. These changes will indirectly affect the change process of society, which will be transferred from one generation to another. Education reforms can be implemented by educators, by an independent school based body or by curriculum modification along with proper performance evaluations (Hallinan, 2006 ). School... ?Topic: One proclaimed objective of school...
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TAXATION POLICY AND TAX REFORMS IN VIETNAM
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...REFORMS IN VIETNAM INTRODUCTION The taxation policy of an economy has a major impact on its economic condition. Understanding the taxation policy of a country helps in assessing the role of income taxes on the economic growth. Countries constantly engage in debate to strike the right balance of taxes for the planned economies progress (Miller, & Oats, 2009). Economic analysts suggest that economic policies are very important for the growth of an economy. Taxes are important sources of finance for the governments. Governments implement combination of direct and indirect based to generate effective results and higher revenues for meeting capital and public revenue expenditure... ?TAXATION POLICY AND TAX...
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Healthcare Reforms in the United States
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...reform. This was made possible by continuously questioning whether or not the said healthcare legislation is deemed constitutional by the federal courts (Cauchi, 2012). On the 28th of June 2012, the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) declared that the Affordable Care Act’s expansion plan on Medicaid is not constitutional yet the Congress’ decision to require each individual to purchase a healthcare insurance and impose penalty to those who do not comply with the law remains constitutional (HFMA, 2012). Up to the present time, the SCOTUS decision did not put the healthcare debate to rest because of the fact that the ACA has no severability clause (HFMA, 2012). Therefore, debate on health care reform...  Healthcare R...
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Current Healthcare Reforms in the USA
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...Reforms in the USA The healthcare industry is quite a crucial sector in the nation, with healthcare reform policy proposals and implementation drawing much debate across all sections of US society. Discussions and debate in the public domains are accompanied by political considerations, where healthcare policy is a key component of election politics in the US1. It thus forms an important area for study; hence justifying the scope of this paper. The focus of the study will be an analysis of the current healthcare reform in the US (essentially within President Obama’s administration), discussing the achievements and failures, and finally, establishing a set of recommendations... Module Current Healthcare...
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The Guatemalan reforms and the Bolivian revolution
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...Reforms and the Bolivian Revolution Nature and the Primary Difference between the Guatemalan Reforms and the Bolivian Revolution The Guatemalan reforms of the 1950s and the Bolivian revolution of almost the same time are landmark paradigms in the history of Latin America (Arnade, 1970). Both of these movements revolutionized and metamorphosed the feelings and the rationale of millions. The Guatemalan reform was basically the brainchild of the political leader Jacobo Arbenz Guzman. When he came to power in 1950s, the country was basically living a paradoxical reality. It had one of the best GDPs (Gross Domestic Products) in the entire Latin... ? Nature and the Primary Difference between the Guatemalan...
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First Crusade and the Gregorian Reforms
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...Reforms Being remembered after the personality of Pope Gregory VII (1073-85), the First Crusade which took place on15 July 1099, historiographically has been challenged by reform writers like Ryan, Gilchrist, Capitani, and Somerville for the reason they have supported that the reform movement was not a homogeneous unit. With a more complex structure and often radically with different opinions and agendas, the Reform movement was not initiated by Gregory VII but by his predecessors (Cushing, 1998, p. 12). That is why it is now called as the 'Gregorian Reform'. The early years of Urban II's reign were a time of difficulty for the Gregorian party, and the role... which Urban played both in...
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Reforms in the International Finance System
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...Reforms in the International Finance System Introduction The financial crisis or great recession as it is called in some quarters is probably the worst financial catastrophe after the Great Depression in the 1930s. The global financial crises typically led to the subsiding of many financial institutions all around the world, crumpling of stock and financial markets globally and bailouts of financial institutions by governments. The real estate market was also affected significantly, often resulting in evictions and foreclosures. Companies all around the world initiated downsizing mechanisms to stay afloat, which led to massive unemployment as millions of people lost their jobs globally... ....
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Teacher's Pension Scheme Reforms in the UK
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...reforms in the UK The Teachers Pension Scheme (TPS) of UK is a final salary occupational pensionscheme of the public service, and it is unfunded. It is regulated by the Superannuation Act 1972, which has rules and regulations that provide a legislative framework for the scheme, and most notably Teachers Pension Regulations 2010 (SI2010/990). Changes were introduced to the scheme in 2007, and these affected new entrants too. However, these changes have grown into a contentious issue with different sides holding different opinions about the reforms. This paper explores the ongoing negotiations between government ministers and union chiefs regarding the reform by focusing... Teacher’s Pension Scheme...
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Corporate governance and ownership reforms in Japan
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...Reforms in Japan: Influence of Globalization and U.S. Legal Practice Mizuki Hayashi1 This paper is a brief summary and discussion on the recent reforms of Japanese corporations in regards to ownership and governance. The paper will study traditional forms of Japanese corporate governance and compare these with modern forms of corporate governance. The paper will also examine the dissolving of traditional ownership models and the effects of foreign investors on Japanese firms through data retrieved from records of companies listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE). The paper will review recent shareholder activism, board structure, the latest corporate scandal... ?Corporate Ownership and Governance...
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Reforms for K-12 California Education System
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...Reforms for K-12 California Education System Context and Relevance Today, California schools serve around 5.6 million students as kindergarten using the K-12 grade system. Sadly, about 1.4 million students have Limited English Proficient (LEP) (Banks, 1993, 5); these students fail to understand English well enough to grasp concepts in class with equal similar speed with the counterparts. This is an integral problem that bedevils California schools currently despite existence of programs to alleviate this problem. However, there have been two programs institutionalized by both the schools and the State department of Education policy framework. These two programs include...
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List of possible risk
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...Possible Risks Task The possible risks involved a survey about assessing how well both health and social care are functioning for NHS in the UK. Non respondence The most serious jeopardies of damage to which the individuals involved in social research are exposed are breaches of confidentiality and the consequences which follow from these breaches. Also there is temporary upsets arising and possibility of embarrassments arising during the survey questioning, the individual being questioned may not be readily willing to disclose some confidential information and through this the survey will not be effective since most of the very important information shall have been kept away (Marrett,2003... List of...
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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... 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 has experienced a series of coups that have ousted the different leadership regimes since the 1960s. The military has taken power on grounds of breach of the Kemalism ideology and other circumstances, on two occasions they took over the government through a memorandum. The sole reason for the...
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Pervasive, Invisible, and Possible Images
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...Possible picture or image is the real pic of a person or an individual. They represent the reality as portrayed by somebody. Marginalization; the image above creates a negative impression among some people, for instance, scrawny women may create unlikely typical of beauty... Task Introduction Image is usually used by several groups for example firms , models and products to enhance awareness and attract customers or consumers of the intended commodity so as to increase profits for the organization and there is no doubt that it plays a major role in the marketing strategy of the above named areas. Thus images are usually in three different type’s as discussed below. Pervasive images are those pictures th...
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Another World Is Possible If
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...POSSIBLE IF…. BY SUSAN GEORGE Introduction George is a popularly prominent radical scientist and author of various articles and books such as the global social justice, insufficiency in the developing countries and Underdevelopment or dormancy and debt. Susan, a colleague and the head of TIB located in Amsterdam, is an influential figure in the college and beyond. Susan George is an influential critic of contemporary rules and guiding principles of International Monetary Fund, various trade organizations and World Bank, and their maldevelopment approaches. She also objects the structural policies of reform of Washington Consensus regarding development of Third World nations. Her... ? ANOTHER WORLD IS...
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The Possible Benefit from Tobacco
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...Possible Benefit from Tobacco INTRODUCTION As of 2006, revenue from Cigarette taxes amounted to as much as $14,974,713 billion which is a sizeable source of revenue for the economy ( U.S Census Bureau, Vol.4 2008). However, last 2007, the biggest federal tax hike was enacted that caused an uproar from politicians, economist, public policy makers, and the smoking public. The result of the increased tax resulted to a decline in smoking of which public health officials claim as good for the majority of the population. On the contrary, Thomas Briant, executive director of the National Association of Tobacco Outlets asserts that “"using taxes to legislate use of a legal product... Possible...
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Confucianism: Obstacle to Reforms and Modernization in Late Qing China
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...Reforms and Modernization in Late Qing China Introduction Confucianism has been considered as a religious belief similar to Christianity, Islam, or Buddhism. The truth, however, is that Confucianism does not have any deity and it does not have any teaching regarding life after death, which are two aspects that are common subjects of religious beliefs. Confucianism is accurately described as a system of teachings on matters of relationships between human beings. It is “a body of philosophical teachings about human beings, their values, their institutions, and so on or about, simply, a way of life in this, but not the next world” (Chen 1999: 27). Confucius did not try... ?Confucianism: Obstacle to Reforms...
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Independent Commission on Banking reforms and Basel III
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...reforms and Basel III Independent Commission on Banking Reforms Introduction The ICB (Independent Commission on Banking) released its report highlighting the reforms in 2011 to the United Kingdom banking sector. The discussion for banking reforms is not easy to avoid. United Kingdom has a stable financial service sector with assets dwarf GDP that has a factor of 4.5. The government entrusted the Independent Commission on banking to come up with recommendations to ensure maintenance of the financial service industry and at the same time reducing the risks that the taxpayer in United Kingdom will be required to fund other banks’ bail out (Great Britain, 2012...  Independent Commission on Banking refor...
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How successful have Chinese social policy reforms been since 1978
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...reform and the formation of the urban social security system were not sufficient to combat the growing strain of increasing numbers of superfluous rural labours. The administration developed a pro-urban growth model to counter this problem mentioned above, the model considered all the benefits that would encourage every other means of growth possible, that would encourage and support rapid growth in the urban areas, initially during the Mao era focus had primarily been given to the heavy... ?Introduction The economy of China has grown tremendously over the last three and a half decade; this rapid growth of the economy has catapulted china’s society, to change as rapid as the change in the magnitude of...
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Possible Causes of Sales Decline
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...Possible Causes of Sales Decline Introduction Sales decline happens when the amount of goods or services exchanged for money reduces and become abnormal. The decline in sales may be been caused by several reasons like lack of enough funds, lack of proper planning, poor coordination between the staff members and so on. In my discussion with the manager, Carol Todd, I will talk about the probable causes of the problem, and how to investigate the probable causes of the sales decline with an intention of generating a solution. Lack of Business Plan Failure to plan is planning to fail. One cannot just walk without knowing where he or she is going. Many people start...
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New Deal and Welfare Reforms: Just How New Is It
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...Reforms: Just How New Is It New Deal and Welfare Reforms: Just How New Is It (Course) 1507 words New Deal and Welfare Reforms: Just How New Is It The 2004 New Deal is part of the Government's Welfare to Work Scheme and focuses on the resolution of issues brought about by poverty in the UK. Is it possible to create a Utopia through Government strategy Are the solutions suggested in the New Deal report from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) completely different from past efforts at reform How different is the New Labour ideology from New Right approaches to poverty and employment Does the New Deal offer employment... opportunities for all factions of...
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Popular Resistance to Peter's Reforms (Peter the Great)
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...Reforms Revolutionary changes Peter the Great brought about in church and government eventually resulted in revolutionary changes in his huge country’s society. By his economic and social reforms Russian monarch broadened the composition of propertied classes, reorganized the traders and regularized the standing of the peasantry. Peter’s reforms were intended for to strengthen his state by giving it effectual administration, developing Russia’s natural resources, maintaining her armed forces and by creating new industries. Needless to say such policy did not make people’s life easier yet added to their burdens. Furthermore effect of these measures widened the gap... ?Popular Resistance to Peter's Reforms ...
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A look at why Gorbachev's reforms failed in the former Soviet Union while Deng Xiaoping's reforms succeeded in China
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...Reforms Gorbachev and Deng Xiaoping’s Reforms: Perestroika and ‘Cat and Mice’ Date and Time Institution Introduction: Gorbachev’s Perestroika and Deng Xiaoping’s ‘Whether a cat is black or white makes no difference as long as it catches mice’ themes of reforms constitute a vision towards the end of ideology and predominance of free market forces even in the erstwhile staunch ‘socialist’ countries like Soviet Union and Peoples Republic of China. Deng started this process of massive reforms in 1978 while Gorbachev could begin only in 1986. Moving beyond Mao’s Cultural Revolution was the main concern of reforms brought about by Den Xiaoping. Gorbachev, however, introduced... Gorbachev and Deng Xiaoping’s...
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Adverse T:E Ratio: Possible Doping
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...Possible Doping The misuse of drugs in human sports in an attempt to enhance performance, usually known as doping, is, unfortunately, an extensive and old practice. Ethical and health aspects are of particular concern. Sports, fair play, medical ethics and potential risks for the health of the athlete leads to consider this practice unacceptable. The definition of doping adopted in the World Anti-doping Code is the occurrence of one or more of a set of doping rules violations. Among them, reference is made to: the presence of a prohibited substance in an athlete's body specimen, the use of a prohibited substance or method, refusing or evading sample collection, tampering...  Adverse T: E Ratio: Possible ...
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Does westernization equal modernity the case of Turkey
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...Ataturk to westernize turkey include the banning of the traditional men’s hat called the fez replacing it with European styled ones, Latin alphabets replaced Arabic writing. He also introduced European calendar and metric systems in place of the Arabic ones. Women could vote and be in charge of offices, and it was illegal for them to wear veils. Other reforms include abolishment of sultanate and Dervish brotherhood, establishment of Islam as the official religion in the constitution deleted and Sunday became the official weekly holiday. The army was reorganized to conform to the patterns... Does Turkey Have To Attain Modernity By Implementing Westernization? From the onset, the distinction between...
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Discuss the reforms made by SCAP and their legac
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...Reforms Following the surrender of Japan to the US, the Japanese system was moderated by The Supreme Commander of the Alliance Powers (SCAP). General MacArthur headed the Alliance. The SCAP reforms had three primary goals, democratization, decentralization, and demilitarization. Demilitarization was to take place first to reduce the risk of another military expansion by Japan. The reform was attainable through Article 9 of the Constitution that made it illegal for Japan to build up a military. Japan was to be stripped of its military arms and soldiers that had been positioned in various regions across the world (Kingston 12). At the same...
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Impact of Healthcare Reforms on the Pharmaceutical Industry
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...Reforms on the Pharmaceutical Industry Introduction While the United s’ expenditure on patient care and healthcare insurance by 60% exceeds any of that in other developed countries within the OECD, the outcomes of life expectancy as well as infant mortality are oftentimes worse. Lack of healthcare insurance accounts for the annual number of 45, 000 U.S. citizens dying prematurely1. Even Americans who carry insurance often find it hard to pay out-of-pocket costs: more than 60% of 2007 financial bankruptcies were results of medical debts2. In this context, the healthcare reform law initiated by President Barack Obama is of historical significance given the historical failures... ?Impact of Healthcare...
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Tanzimat and the nineteenth-century reforms were a tragedy
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...reforms were put in place to protect the rights of citizens of the Ottoman Empire. This was to encompass both Muslims and non-Muslims resident in the Empire. The reforms were initiated in the late 1830s and lasted until a constitutional monarchy was established in the mid-1870s. These reforms did not fare too well and several reasons can be assigned to this. Scholars have given different descriptions for the Tanzimat reforms. One of the common conclusions drawn by most historians is that it was a complete failure. Several theses are put forward to explain this failure. One of them asserts... that: Tanzimat and the nineteenth-century reforms were a tragedy. Turning towards the...
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The Impact of Reforms within the Milk Sector in 1984
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...Reforms within the Milk Sector in 1984 with the Introduction of the Quota System - A UK Perspective Introduction Milk production is considered as the most important agricultural activity in most EU countries, with 18.4% of the total value of agricultural production being milk production. The milk quota system was introduced in 1984 and since then there seems to have been a decline in milk output by member states due to reductions in reference quantities1. There has even been a drop in dairy cow numbers and although dairies and cooperatives have continued to receive considerable amount of milk, on-farm use and direct sales have decreased since 19842. The milk sector of the EU... or...
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The Possible Power of Electronic Media
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...reforms introduced by them were not properly sought and thus did not show any kind of improvement in the state. Not only this, the island of Angic is in a state where recovery by the present government is impossible because of its core inefficiencies and ineffectiveness. So in order to bring a revolution onto the island a new... Electronic Media The government of Angic is about to see a change because of the current problems prevailing all over the island. The current government has failed to address the issues of national integrity and has failed to address the economic issues of Angic. It has not only failed the government but also failed the people in terms of economics and national policy. The...
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Progressive Reforms
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...Reforming the FDA: A Case of Groundless Beliefs and Assumptions? Beliefs are the ideas people make about others, their own selves, and the world. Beliefs are also about how people view reality and what thus can be expected as the probable result that will come out from their actions. Assumptions, in a similar vein, influence the way people view reality, their actions, and the structure of their relationships. Therefore, basically, beliefs and assumptions influence actions. History is replete with examples of how actions and behaviors were influenced by assumptions and beliefs. Some were simple superstitions, while others have resulted in more severe outcomes. Ancient medicine... , especially,...
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Possible Recommendations for Drowling Mountain
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...Possible Recommendations for Drowling Mountain Although Drowling Mountain started as a nonprofit skiing resort, it is important to appreciate the fact that its major setback of receivership led to its big comeback as a full-fledged business enterprise. Operating as a nonprofit resort meant that the organization did not have any income generating activity but after its lease to Ian MacArthur, things took a new turn. This specifically means than for the business to continue flourishing as the leading skiing resort, the management should encourage more privatization efforts. Owing to the numerous challenges that the Drowling Mountain faced in its operations, one can insinuate...
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Historical Musicology: Is it Still Possible
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...Possible? Musicology from my understanding is the study of music and knowing all aspects the surround it in the effort to grasp its meaning and be able to interpret music in the most accurate way for historical purposes. Harvard Dictionary of Music defines the term musicology as, “the whole body of systematized knowledge about music which results from the application of a scientific method of investigation or research, or of philosophical speculation and rational systematization to the facts, the processes and the development of musical art, and to the relation of man in general...to that art”. (Indopedia). Historical musicology as I understood is referred... Sur Historical Musicology: Is it Still...
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Is Justice for All Possible in America
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...Possible in America? Introduction From a simplistic perspective, it may be possible to say that justice for all citizens of a country is a real possibility when the laws are fair, and are followed in the spirit as well as the letter by the rational citizens of that country. Although most justice systems are based on similar principles that seem sound in theory, they can become very difficult to practice. Society is made up of a number of groups based on age, race, education, wealth, status, orientation, gender and such other factors. Persons belonging to different groups differ in the extent to which they wield power; and this poses a risk to the concept of justice for all... Is Justice for All Possible ...
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Three possible remedies that Smithville Industrial Chemical
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...possible remedies that Smithville Industrial Chemical Introduction This report is aimed at taking a case study and analyzing it from the perspective of management, conflict management, problem identification and solving and complaint redressal. For the purpose of the report, the case study of Smithville industrial Chemical company and Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has been selected. Discussion The mistakes made by Smithville Industrial Chemical and the Department of Natural Resources before, during, and after the situation/conflict. The main mistake that was made by the Smithville Industrial Chemical Company was that it did not monitor the environmental sustainability quotients...  Three...
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Some Possible Communication Strategies and Their Outcomes
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...Possible Communication Strategies and Their Outcomes: a report on the psychology of communication Communication is obviously at the forefront of what any company needs to do to get their product or service to be well used and well loved. Advertisers have been developing communication strategies for centuries, but the fact remains that advances in the understanding of psychology in the past few decades have made great leaps in the techniques for communicating messaging to the general public. This report will outlay some of the general principles of communication, along with the current communication atmosphere for the general public, then move on to specific strategies that could set any... Prof’s Some...
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Progressive Islam and Environmental
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...reforms in the Muslim religion have been resisted if it is associated with the west. In fact, the process of change began in the Muslim world began in the 19th century when the Muslims came in contact with colonial rule. The colonial rulers tried to impart their values on the Muslims. They discouraged practices they felt were against the social norms. However, the Muslim extremism culture has been very hard to do away with. Even the educated Muslims have stuck... ? Progressive Islam and Environmental Insert Insert Grade Insert Progressive Islam and Environmental Introduction Progressive Islam seeks to make Islamic religion more accommodative to all. Every religion has its roots and Islam is not an...
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William kentridge: anything is possible 2010
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...Possible The PBS documentary William Kentridge: Anything is Possible begins with a poignant consideration of the nature of Kentridges career choice and the dilemma he faced in his twenties attempting to determine which career trajectory he would take. The documentary intersplices his discussion of potential career choices with footage of him creating art in his contemporary studio. The effect is a powerful one as it balances out his youthful career dilemma with the artist he eventually became. The film goes on to explore and feature an amount of Kentridges art work. His in this segment features charcoal drawings that have been animated. In great part its clear... Kentridge: Anything is Possible The PBS...
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Possible Solution to Descartes' Mind-Body Problem
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...Possible Solution to Descartes’ Mind-Body Problem (teacher)                 A Possible Solution to Descartes’ Mind-Body Problem For 17th century French philosopher Rene Descartes, the mind and the body exist independently of each other: “It is certain that I [that is, my mind, by which I am what I am] is entirely and truly distinct from my body, and may exist without it” (Descartes 1969:164). However, Descartes also admitted in his Meditations that somehow the mind and the body, despite their interdependence, happen to interact with each other and somehow this interaction results in a perceived unity: “…for in truth, I could never be separated from it or from other bodies: I felt... in it and...
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Is justice for all possible in America
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...possible in America? Introduction: For all the legal bodies of the world providing fair and equal justice to all is an ethical and mandatory responsibility; the same holds true for United States of America (USA) as well. USA follows a federal set up in governance and federalism and dual sovereignty have always remained two mutually conflicting aspects for United States of America. Though in course of time most of the federal-state conflict attained an agreement on both part, but perfection remained a mirage. Within a federal-state set up the state witnessed a declining supremacy, yet the criminal law remained a domain where the state sustained to enjoy the final say. However... Is justice for all...
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Energy drinks, possible benefits and health risks
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...possible benefits and health risks associated with energy drinks Outline An energy drink(ED) can be defined as a kind of drink that contains stimulant drugs mostly caffeine and promoted as offering both physical and mental stimulation. Most EDs contain sugar, amino acids, herbal extracts and sweeteners and could either be carbonated or not. Over the past 2 decades, there has been a growing consumption of EDs especially amongst young men. This paper seeks to explain their prevalence in various countries such as the US, France and Australia. Energy drinks are purported to have various benefits which include boosting energy amongst the users, maximising workouts for athletes... of rapid and...
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Is it possible to change your sexuality
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...possible to change your sexuality? Human sexuality issues are something that is considered as taboo in the society for long. However these issues are discussed time and again so as to bring to light the different aspects related with it as well as the notions raised by groups and factions who have one thing or the other to offer to the whole discussion. On a societal level, people-to-people contact must be stressed so that they come in close contact with each other and start understanding the needs and wants of their fellow human beings and thus no question arises when this subject starts to make headlines and the hard liners begin their daily protesting routine, just for the sake of nothing...
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The Philippines' Problems And Possible Policies
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...Possible Policies Economics focuses on both the micro and macro levels. The study zeroes in on the macro economic levels of the Philippines. The study looks at the micro aspects of the Philippines. The Philippines’ economic prospects are favorably encouraging. 1. Problems: The Philippines has some key difficulties to face. First, the economic issues include the Philippines’ lagging behind its Southeast Asian neighbors in terms of per capita GDP growth. With the nation’s geometrically increasing population is hampered by its ballooning country debt. In terms of macroeconomic data, the Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the Philippines were (PHP billions) P6,563... The Philippines' Problems And...
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The possible treatment for Arteriovenous malformation
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...Possible Treatment for Arteriovenous Malformation Summary Abnormal formation of blood vessels during embryonic development can lead to disruptiveeffects on the cardiovascular system. Arteriovenous malformations are such congenital abnormalities which occur due to direct fistulous connection of arteries with veins, without intervening bed of capillaries. The causes are attributed to genetic mutations, but not completely understood yet. Presenting symptoms are diverse and may include pain, dermatological manifestations, ulceration, seizures and stroke. A number of invasive and non-invasive diagnostic procedures are employed for evaluation of AVMs, including Doppler and...
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Turkey Syria Relations Since 1998
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...Ataturk gave very strong fundamentals on which Turkey nationalism is based on. Turks are therefore, extremely rigid on any change in these fundamentals which include one nationality, language and exclusion of religion from governance. These principles by Kemal Ataturk led to the exclusion of Kurds from Turkish society (Sayyid 66). Their language not being Turkish and refusal to abide by Turkish laws for secularism lead to evolution of Kurdish opposition groups and hence the formation of PKK. Kurds are known as the largest ethnic minority and they demand separate land to practice their language, traditions and customs. Kurdish language was banned from schools in Turkey and checks were imposed...
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Labour Contracts: An Analysis of Possible Arrangements
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...possible arrangements Labour Contracts: An analysis of possible arrangements Introduction Cognizant of the Labour Act, a labour contract receives classifications as being a contract that exhibit a fixed term. Additionally, it is an indefinite term based on the required time to perform a particular task (Chen, 2011). Chen (2011) adds that Labour Contract Laws should emphasize the need for the labour contracts to specify the details that concern the employers, the employees, and the matters of social insurance provisions. For instance, the requirements must stress on the criticality of the insurance for the employee’s protection and measures taken against... of the collective labour agreements....
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Possible Theories of the Digital Nation
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...Possible Theories of the Digital Nation Technology has been proven to be truly dominant in the recent years as far as information dissemination, socialization and communication are concerned. As the PBS puts it into context and in a documentary film, there is an emerging Digital Nation that is conquering the world especially the youth population. Could this be a positive or a negative event in the society? Is this pivotal in the different aspects of not just technology but also of the economics, philosophy and sociology? Can there be any connection traced from the Frontline episode to the articles written by Marx, Weber and Durkheim? Are they also connected with the work of Marcuse? During... ...
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Nokia Finacial problems and its possible solutions
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...possible in the future, as they helped other new technologies to be explored. In 1992, when Jorma Ollila took over as President and CEO of the company, it began focusing on telecommunications as its main endeavor. In 1994, Nokia Tune was launched, which gave new technology to the cell phone industry. In 1994, the company introduced the world’s first satellite phone technology and made the first call using this technology. In 1997, the game Snake was put onto a cell phone for the first time. This was one of the first phones to feature a video game, which was a significant development at the time. In 1998, Nokia took over as the worldwide leader in cell phone... Table Of Contents Page 2. Table of Contents...
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Business Contract Agreement and Possible Negligence
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...possible (Young, 2010). In this case, Techno products chief aim for carrying out the advertisement was to increase its sales after it had seen that its profits were on the decline. The court in Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company determined that an advertisement ceases to be an invitation to treat when the advert specifies the quantity of individuals qualified...  Aspects of contract and negligence for business Case 1 A contract formalizes an agreement between two or more people or parties (Chen-Wishart, 2012). However, before any party can sue for enforcement of the contract, he or she has to show that there exist the six basic requisites present in a legally binding contract. Notably, an enforceable...
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A Possible case of Sexual Harassment
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...POSSIBLE CASE OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT A Possible case of Sexual Harassment: A simple Case Study Here Your School Here We have not been presented with an overly complex situation, but there are several aspects to the analysis, which we shall soon proceed with. In what follows, the sergeant is referred to as "you," the officer who reported the events in the situation is referred to as "A," the officer who was the apparent victim of verbal sexual harassment is referred to as "B," and the male officer is referred to as "C." We also assume that you are male, although this is not strictly necessary. First off, we must note that this is a serious situation that has not been presented seriously enough...
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