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Homelessness in the United States: Possible Solutions
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...POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS 2005 HOMELESSNESS IN THE UNITED S: CAUSES AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS Homelessness represents one of the most important social issues the United States faces these days. According to the Stewart B. McKinney Act, 42 U.S.C. 11301 (1994), An individual is considered homeless when "lacks a fixed, regular, and adequate night-time residence; and... has a primary night time residency that is: (A) a supervised publicly or privately operated shelter designed to provide temporary living accommodations... (B) an institution that provides a temporary residence for individuals intended to be institutionalized, or (C) a public or private place not designed... HOMELESSNESS IN THE UNITED S: CAUSES AND...
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Dynamics and Possible Cause of Domestic Violence
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...possible causes of domestic violence Introduction It is difficult to define domestic violence in few words because of the complex parameters and associations involved in it. With respect to relationships, domestic violence can be defined as the violence that occurs in the “context of marriage or co-habitation between heterosexual partners, between siblings, between parent and child, and in Gay and Lesbian cohabitating relationships” (Hanmer & Itzin, 2000, p.26). In short, domestic violence is an act or behavior used by a person in a relationship to take control over the other. Even though domestic conflicts often occur between husbands and the wives, some of the recent reports have... ? Dynamics and...
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Vaccines as possible cause for autism
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...Possible Cause for Autism And are there Genetic Markers that show Children's adverse reactions to Vaccines Abstract This research paper looks at what is Autism, symptoms, diagnosis and what could be seen as possible causes. The main focus is on the research involved in identifying whether or not genetics are linked to Autism, and if so, does it make some children susceptible to adverse reactions to certain vaccines Could this be seen as a cause of Autism If so, is it possible to screen children for genetic markers before receiving a vaccine. The paper will also look at how to treat children with autism... diagnostic instruments are available. Two are commonly used in...
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Possible Problems in Air Arabia's Future
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...Possible Problems in Air Arabia's Future With increased competition in world airlines, Air Arabia, the first in the Middle East to offer low fares, has benefited from their decision to enter the low-cost market. However, because of growing competition by other airlines now offering low fares-namely, Jazeera, Sama and Nas Air, Air Arabia must find new ways of decreasing their costs in order to offer the lowest prices (Zawya). The growing credit crunch and yet higher fuel prices are predicted to cause a downturn in the airline industry for 2008 after a profit was finally realized in 2007. The airlines will therefore be forced to improve efficiency (Air 22). Much of the air traffic... 15 June 2008...
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What are the key features of four of the coalition governments welfare reforms What has been said in favour of these four reforms Which commentators have criticised the reforms, and why
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...possibility of a coalition being riotous and untidy was proved wrong in course of time (HM Government, 2010). The key features of four of the coalition government’s reform measures for wellbeing are discussed in the next sections. Features of four of the Coalition Government’s welfare reforms Bed Room Tax Bedroom Tax or Spare Room Subsidy is a tax enforced by the government to initiate a change in Housing Benefit Entitlement. This tax confers that someone... Coalition Government Contents Introduction 3 Features of four of the Coalition Government’s welfare reforms 3 Points in favour of these four reforms 5 Criticism of the reforms 9 Conclusion 11 References 13 Introduction England is historically renowned...
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Have the welfare reforms enacted since the 1980s been successful in achieving their goals
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...Reforms since the 1980s have Achieved their Goals? Welfare Reforms since the 1980s have Achieved their Goals? Welfare refers to the financial support provided to the needy citizens by the federal or state government. The choice of who to benefit from the welfare program depends on the intended goal of a specific program. In basic terms, the aim of major welfare programs is to get the target individuals out of poverty by making them self-reliant and thereby lead a better life. Following the great depression in the 1930s, most Americans were left without work. Hence, the government stepped in to save the situation by providing the unemployed with Supplemental Security Income (SSI), public... ? Welfare...
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Have the welfare reforms enacted since the 1980s been successful in achieving their goals
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...Reforms since the 1980s have Achieved their Goals? Welfare Reforms since the 1980s have Achieved their Goals? Welfare refers to the financial support provided to the needy citizens by the federal or state government. The choice of who to benefit from the welfare program depends on the intended goal of a specific program. In basic terms, the aim of major welfare programs is to get the target individuals out of poverty by making them self-reliant and thereby lead a better life. Following the great depression in the 1930s, most Americans were left without work. Hence, the government stepped in to save the situation by providing the unemployed with Supplemental Security Income (SSI), public... Welfare...
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To which extent have the reforms of the judicial system in Russia been successful
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...reforms of the nineties many Soviet residents were forced to deal with lengthy procedures in order to get justice, it was a considerable improvement from the days when residents could not possibly hope for their cases to be tried due to the backlog of cases in the court. In 1996, further reforms were summarily stopped. This was because the Russian authorities realised that the reforms were not affecting the most critical of institutions. For example, law... ?Russia Judicial System Reforms and the Extent of Their Success Introduction Russia’s judicial system has its history stemmed in the system of prisonlabour camps that existed in the early twentieth century. The word Gulag is a short form of Glavnoe...
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Comparing the consequences of 1990s reforms in Latin America and East Europe
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...reforms in Latin America and East Europe Introduction In the second half of the 1980s, as well as the most part of the 1990s, change of profound proportions swept through economies of East Europe and Latin America. The reform strategy centered primarily on ensuring effective development of both regions’ economies through import substitution, income redistribution, privatization and liberalization among other macroeconomic strategies. A vast majority of the macroeconomic strategies aimed at opening up economies, making provisions for privatization and reducing the influence of states within the regions. These and other strategies radically changed the economic... Comparing the consequences of 1990s...
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Comparing the consequences of 1990s reforms in Latin America and East Europe
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...reforms in Latin America and East Europe Introduction In the second half of the 1980s, as well as the most part of the 1990s, change of profound proportions swept through economies of East Europe and Latin America. The reform strategy centered primarily on ensuring effective development of both regions’ economies through import substitution, income redistribution, privatization and liberalization among other macroeconomic strategies. A vast majority of the macroeconomic strategies aimed at opening up economies, making provisions for privatization and reducing the influence of states within the regions. These and other strategies radically changed the economic... Comparing the consequences of 1990s...
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Summarize the main points Griffin, Khan and Ickowitz make in favor of redistributive land reforms
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...reform Land Reforms have gained attention of several scholars throughout different times; the main objective of the reform is to reduce inequalities. Redistributive land reform refers to advocating the peasants and farmers by providing employment and increasing production output through the land (Griffin and Khan). This reflection paper aims to discuss the significance of redistributive land reform the authors have discussed in the articles (Griffin and Khan). It provides insight to the historical significance of the redistributive land reforms to eliminate poverty in the society (Griffin and Khan). In addition, the authors argue the redistribution land reform of the twentieth... Redistributive Land...
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Chinese history--- Is Modernizing the Ancient Possible
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...Possible? The study aims atlooking at some of the contrasting views of modernizers and the neo-Confucians in China as it tries to resist collapse as an industrial nation despite the country being endowed with a lot of resources. This is dated back to the 20th century during the time Europe and the rest of the world traded in a variety of items. This has widely drawn a lot of interest as scholars try to study the factors that led to the Chinese response to the West, something which widely lies on the need to protect its cultural traditions of Neo-Confucians and the religious connotation. China stuck to the Confucian... Insert Insert Grade Insert Insert Chinese history--- Is Modernizing the Ancient...
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Possible solutions for tobacco usage in UK
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...Possible Solutions for Tobacco Usage in the UK Tobacco usage is one of the biggest health issues in the United Kingdom today and this is mainly because of the fact that the number of people who use it is ever increasing. The increasing number of tobacco users is despite the efforts of the government as well as health organizations to promote its dangers to the health of the individuals who use it. This has resulted in the adoption of policies, such as the ban on smoking in public places to ensure that there is a decrease in tobacco consumption within the country. A large number of those people who use tobacco tend to start at a very young age, mostly in their teenage, and...
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Possible Future Strategies for Research in Motion
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...Possible Future Strategies for Research in Motion 1. Introduction 1.1. Company Overview Research in Motion (RIM) is a principal creator, producer and dealer of wireless solutions for the wide-reaching global mobile communication marketplace. Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie founded the organization in 1984. These individuals retained leadership of the organization until recently, when on January 22, 2012 Thorstein Heins replaced them as CEO (‘Thorstein Heins’ 2012). For the financial year 2012, the annual revenue of RIM was of $18.4 billion, while its net profit was $1.2 billion. Therefore, the earnings per share of Rim for 2012 were $2.22 per share. This marks a...
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Financial Crisis and Their Possible Solutions
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...Possible Solutions Introduction Financial crisis affected most parts of the world. It began in the US after the Difficulties in the US submarine market that had rapidly rocketed and spilled all over the world. Bordo et al (2001) find that the frequency of the financial crisis is higher than the previous one and can be comparable only to the Great Depression. It had detrimental impacts on different sectors of the economy in all countries. The purpose of this paper is to explore the causes of the financial crisis and ways in which future crises will be reduced, as well as whether the banks would rather separate or consolidate. Through the literature on financial crisis... ? Financial Crisis and Their...
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The Human Anatomy and Possible Threats
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...Possible Threats The body works in similar fashion to a machine (Platzer, Leonhardt, Frotscher, and Kahle, 2004). This is because It has different systems which make up the body thus enabling it to operate effectively. Just like a machine, if one part is faulty, the rest of the parts will not function effectively (Wolfsthal, 2008). The different systems undertake different tasks and encompass various body organs ((Rahl, 2010). This paper aims to undertake an in depth analysis of various body systems and explore how the external conditions affect the functioning of the systems. The paper will also explore the nature and level of organization of some critical...  The Human Anatomy The Human Anatomy and...
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Is It Possible to Have a Prejudice Free Society
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...reforms and laws laid down that have helped to abolish such practices all over the world. With time, more and more people have been educated about living together with differences and learning to accept another person’s thoughts, opinions and perspectives on living life. The world we live in has helped us expose each other to a plethora of new cultures and this gives people the hope that it is possible to live in a world free of prejudice at some point. This is because with time, gradually people are coming to an understanding and learning that every person is after all trying to live his own life and make a living for himself and his family. Every man... 17 January Assignment If we were to wake up some ...
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Analysis of the costs and benefits of China`s economic reforms in last decades
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...Reforms in China Introduction Partial market reforms from the 1980s onward allowed Chinese leaders to experiment pragmatically with various different approaches to raising economic productivity, efficiency, and competitiveness. By the same token, however, partial, piecemeal reforms also created substantial wealth gaps, inequities, and opportunities for the “rent-seeking” behavior of opportunistic government officials, resulting in a significant rise in social unrest. This paper analyzes the pros and cons of China’s economic reforms in the last three and a half decades. China’s fiscal policies are mostly complex and have yield varying resulting in different phases... Political, Social and Economic...
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Who Put The Borax In Dr. Wileys Butter Food and drug reforms
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...reforms, proposed food and drug bills never made it through the Congress because influential groups blocked its progression. These influential groups included the food manufacturers and makers of items used in food manufacturing. Food and drug reforms went through numerous setbacks before they were approved. Although food laws and regulations were passed, they had... Article Who put the borax in Dr. Wiley's butter In the advent of massive food production in the early 1900's, food manufacturers resorted to questionable additives to preserve and at the same time make their product more tasteful. Dr. Wiley's effort to investigate and inform the public on the need to legislate laws to protect the public...
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Explain which early Tokugawa reforms did the most to stabilize Japan and perpetuate Tokugawa rule
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...reforms did the most to stabilize Japan and perpetuate Tokugawa rule.  There are two sets of reforms during the early Tokugawa period, which were important stabilizers of Japan and the Tokugawa rule. The first set of reforms is related with the social order, which was established in Japan throughout that period. It is also related with the organization of society and the distribution of political power in the country. The other set of reforms is related to external relations and trade, and the transition to economic seclusion in Japan under the Tokugawa dynasty. At the beginning of the Tokugawa period, Japan was shaken... period was an interesting way for the Tokugawa to stabilize the country...
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Welfare reforms in America. Nickel and Dimed: on (Not) Getting by in America
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...reforms, by going on low-wage jobs herself. She wants be part of one of those millions of people who work on low wages and experience for herself what it likes to be one, the difficulties and problems faced by these people and find on her own whether the reforms of 1996 are helping them or not. She wants to enlighten people of lives of millions, especially four million women, working in the labor market. She starts her investigation by working at two restaurants, "Jerry's" and " Hearthside's" in Key West Florida..This is spring... Nickel and Dimed: on (Not) Getting by in America PLOT SUMMARY: Barbara Ehrenreich, on the proposal of Lewis Lapham, decides to investigate the effectiveness of 1996 welfare...
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Evaluation of Montenero Governance and Economic Reforms on the Way to EU Membership
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...reforms in line with democratic principles as one of the main prerequisites into entering the European Union. Held in a fee and fair manner and in line with international standards, the parliamentary... Montenegro By successfully steering Montenegro towards independence in May 2006 last year, the government of then Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic has disproved criticisms that separation from Serbia would jeopardize its ultimate goal of joining the European Union. If anything, with pragmatic moves and maneuvering among many contending pressures for it to stay with Serbia, independence freed it to pursue its further ties with the greater Europe. Less than a year later, now another milestone has been...
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SWOT Analysis for Possible Ventures. Airbus Joint Venture with Boeing
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...Possible Ventures Part SWOT Analysis for Airbus Joint Venture with Boeing In the proposed joint venture, Airbus will have better opportunity to advance its manufacturing capabilities. Through the joint venture, the company would be able to minimize the initial capital risk that may rise from the manufacture of Very Large Commercial Transport (VLCT). With minimized risks, Airbus will have an opportunity to develop and test its new models and technology. Currently Airbus is targeting the market dominate by Boeing 747 model that has enjoyed a good rating. From the successful joint venture, the company would be able to develop and create market for its other models. The demand for VLCT... ?SWOT Analysis for...
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Analyze Possible Problems Associated with Reintegration after Prisonization
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...possible contribution of the rehabilitated convicts to the growth of economy and national income generation. Also, their economic contribution to community services and welfare activities is analyzed. IV. Conclusion : A summary of the process of rehabilitation of ex-convicts and reintegrating them into the society. V. References Abstract The study of the possible problems in the reintegration... not be imprisoned at all. By socially shaming them judiciously, they may be cured. It has been proved that the “societies with low crime rates are those that shame potently and judiciously” (Braithwaite, 1989, p.1). Also, some kind of counseling or psychiatric sessions must be administered to the...
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Have recent reforms increased parliaments ability to hold the executive to account
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...reforms increased Parliament’s ability to hold the executive to account? The theoretical basis for justification for the separation of powers centres on its fundamental importance to the operation of democracy. The principle of separation of powers assumes that certain functions should be carried out by different institutions with neither impinging the other’s authority. As Montesquieu argued; “All would be lost if the same man or the same ruling body……were to exercise these powers.1” Furthermore, Lord Acton commented that “Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely2”. Accordingly, the preservation of separation of powers is essential as a check on autocratic power... Have recent...
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Homer argues thaat human victory over desire is possible because
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...Possible? Any mortal human being passes through his continuous conscious and subconscious struggle between his desire and his intellectuality- this struggle of human desire with mind is skewed with great subtlety by Homer in “Odyssey”. Barnouw says, “Homer’s accounts of inner action, at once mental and visceral, felt around midriff, constitute an analysis of thought process by literary means”. (Barnouw, 1) His discovery about practical ideologies in context to his demands and actions make Homer anticipate consequences and control his actions accordingly. (Barnouw, 1) Unlike other Gods, Homer chooses to remain mortal and in such a life he has to face number... victory over desire: Is It Possible? Any...
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Possible Approaches in Counseling People Dealing With Bereavement
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...Possible Approaches in Counseling People Dealing With Bereavement The loss of a relative, close friend or even a pet can be a traumatic and stressfulexperience to people of all ages. But fact is that death is one of life's inevitable realities, more than two million people die in the United States each year. Although most are older, death occurs in all age groups. The causes of death vary both with age and gender. Among those under age 35, intentional and non-intentional injury is the primary cause of death. Among older Americans, cancer and heart disease are the top killers. Men typically die at younger ages than women (Minino & Smith, 9 October 2001). Death is not a...
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Government corruptness and offer possible solutions to end it
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...possible and even predicted. Li... Government Corruptness in China Introduction China’s corruption is a negative outcome of Mao’s regime. In order to discuss this phenomenon, it is very interesting to focus on its roots. Two famous Chinese thinkers Lao Zi and Zhuang Zi gave advice to the society about how to survive under cruel and unfriendly conditions. It is very hard to fight against corruption in the country with self-appointed leaders. Their work is performed by their advisors and thinkers. It is necessary to take Chinese leaders out of their thinking vacuum filled with Marxism into a global context. Another thinker George Zhibin Gu supposed that occurrence of corruption in Chinese government is pos...
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Possible causes of destruction from space (solar storms and possible impact from an asteroid or comet)
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...Possible Causes of Destruction from Space that could Lead to an Apocalypse of the Biology of the Concerned October 19, 2011 Possible Causes of Destruction from Space that could Lead to an Apocalypse Introduction Since times immemorial, the humanity has been overwhelmingly obsessed with the possibility of annihilation of the world in which it resides. Before the dawn of the age of science, such fears and apprehensions have been limited to the scope of traditional beliefs and religion. From the rock paintings in the prehistoric caves to the words printed in the Bible, one does comes across possibilities and explanations that discernibly point towards the destruction of this world. The rise... ...
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The Parliament Acts of 1911 and 1949 Reforms to the House of Lords
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...Reforms to the House of Lords The Parliamentary Acts of 1911 and 1949 in the United Kingdom form part of the constitution of the United Kingdom. The two Acts are renown for the eminent role they played in the ultimate reduction of the powers of the House of Lords in various ways. This paper therefore analyses how the two Acts have contributed to the reduction of the Powers of the House of Lords. Much emphasis is placed on the provision of each of these Acts and how each of them contributed to this task. With reference to the Act of Parliament 1911, the UK parliament deprived the House of Lords of its absolute power of veto on legislation. The act was as result... The Parliament Acts of 1911 and 1949...
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Islam
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...possible. Historical Development of the Religion and Evolutionary Changes The history of Islam is very extensive and we will have to travel through a period of more then 12 centuries to discover... of the Arabs and he used to meditate and contemplate in the Cave Hira about the social and political issues. He also worked for the restoration of justice in the society. During this time, that is, the 610 A.D. the Prophet (P.B.U.H) had just turned 40 years old and Allah sent him the first revelation through Angel Gabriel, which asked the Prophet to read in the Name of Allah. Then the Second revelation was received, Surah Al-Ikhlas, which brought guidance towards social reforms in...
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3.Show how the 1989 White Paper Working for Patients changed the NHS. Evaluate the reasons for these NHS reforms
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...REFORMS Effects of the 1989 White Paper Working For Patients on NHS Reforms Insert Name Insert Grade Course Insert Tutor’s Name 3 December 2010 Effects of the 1989 White Paper Working For Patients on NHS Reforms Introduction The NHS operations since its inception was deemed to have had some pronounced shortcomings in the period before the 1980’s until when the government proceedings provided a white paper in the 1989 entitled “working for patients”. The paper was provided with an intention of taking control of the NHS system operations to improve health care in the medical centers. The NHS (National Health Service) is a system... Running head: EFFECTS OF THE 1989 WHITE PAPER WORKING FOR PATIENTS ON NHS...
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International Marketing Case Study
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...Ataturk" or father of the Turks. The democratic tradition of modern Turkey has faced quite a few challenges with periods of instability. In the recent past Turkey has also been criticized... International Marketing (Vodafone's plans for Turkey) Introduction Liberalization and globalization has opened newer vistas of trade and business all around the globe. Opening up of economies has now tilted the balance in favor of market forces. Globalisation of production and investment in recent years has led to a situation where long-term capital inflows from advanced economies to developing economies is taking place at a rapid pace. No doubt this has contributed immensely to the economic growth and development of ...
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Reforms in India after 1991 have generated rapid rates of growth but risk leading to increasing leves of inequality
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...reforms. With the exception of a few issues regarding privatization of public enterprises, the reforms are generally appreciated across different political parties of the country. There are however strong apprehensions over the possible influence of the apparent reforms-driven economic... Reforms in India after 1991 have generated rapid rates of growth but risk leading to increasing levels of inequality Serious economic reforms in India began in 1991, following an extremely critical balance of payments situation. The need for a change in the economic policy was felt much earlier and India had started working on restructuring her economic policies since the 1980’s. Many countries in south-east Asia had a...
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President Obama and Agenda for Possible Second Term
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...Possible Second Term United States president is elected through a competitive political system, which has only two main parties the Democratic and the republican parties. The presidential candidates in the current elections are Barrack Obama for the Democratic Party and Mitt Romney for the Republican Party (Morgan, 2012). The candidates need to have outstanding communication skills and campaign system, which will successfully sell their ideologies for possible election by the public. The campaign teams need to develop proper strategies to ensure that presidential candidate and party wins the elections with majority votes. Over the years, through the development... President Obama and Agenda for Possible ...
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Protection of the Individual from Possible Harm and Abuse
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...Possible Harm and Abuse Introduction Abuses are one of the common things present in the society since forever in one form or the other. Everyday we are being abused either emotionally or mentally. However, there are few who have to experience it more frequently than others in the same society. This is mainly because they are not capable of defending themselves from possible harms and abuses. They are not able to fight for themselves. They are more vulnerable than others when it comes to protecting themselves from possible harms and abuses. One of such type of people is a 32 years old woman Sarah, who is suffering from Down syndrome. This is the very disease... Protection of the Individual from Possible ...
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The American Sense of the Possible in Literature
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...Possible in Literature The American spirit and sense of what could be-- the possible-- is celebrated and proclaimed throughout American literature. What sets this spirit apart is the willingness of American authors to examine the self from both celebratory and critical points of view. There has been no easy road for Americans to settle the continent and to establish themselves, and American authors and writers do not shy away from examining this process form a critical point of view. There is also no shortage of authors extolling the uniqueness of the American experiment, with all of its inequities, hardships, obstacles, and desire to make "a more perfect Union," as Lincoln... The American Sense of the...
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Major depression and bipolar disorder, the aetiologies and possible treatments
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...Possible Treatments of Major Depression and Bipolar Disorder Major Depression Major depression is a mood disorder which leads to constant feelings of sadness, worthlessness and loss of interest. It is an illness that is categorized by an intense and persistent feelings of sadness, worthlessness and hopelessness, and those who are depressed are often seen as miserable, hopeless or worthless (Barnes, 2012). It affects how individuals’ feel, think or behave resulting to various emotional or psychological problems. Studies cited major depression as the leading factor behind disability (Beck and Alford, 2009). Generally, symptoms of depression include agitation, lack... A Letter about the Aetiologies and...
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: Persuasive Paper Part 3: Possible Disadvantages, Answers, with Visuals
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...Possible disadvantages, answers, with Visuals Introduction The issue of prosecuting, with the aim of correcting minor offenders that is persons regarded as being children and not adults, has always resulted in dilemmas within the U.S. criminal justice system. The dilemma arises in the question as to whether they should face their entire court processes within, or outside the same systems as the adult offenders’ courts. The aim of the criminal justice system is to correct, not necessarily through punishment or oppression, but to reinstate the “sanity” of the young offenders. It is therefore for this reason that this paper supports that setting aside a juvenile court system,...
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Persuasive Paper Part 3: Possible Disadvantages, Answers, with Visuals
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...possible challenge when water shortage occurs (“Hydraulic Fracturing: Effects on Water Quality”, 2010). “Withdrawals during dry periods could increase the duration of drought watch, warning, or emergency conditions” (“NYC Study Warns of Dangers of Hydrofracking”, 2009). A third moral negative impact is the fact that there exists an unethical drilling practice by private companies so that they can be able to earn more profits from the product regardless on the stated rules where if the underground water at 1,000 feet is found to be contaminated, then the drilling of natural gas is stopped... Hydraulic fracturing can be described as the process where fluid is extracted from pressurizing or by breaking...
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Case study about Verizon wireless issues and possible improovements
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...possible switch from users of other networks. Current challenges within the United States include issues with internet... Verizon Wireless: Case Study Introduction Verizon Wireless is the highest used wireless providing within the United States. Through a series of mergers and acquisitions, the network has grown in power and position within the industry. The company has been profitable, helping to bolster the limping parent company which is not having the same level of success from all of its holdings. The marketing plan has been developed through a carefully planned set of structures from which they can provide overall service. The company has provided the United States with a great many jobs and is...
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Homelessness in the United States: causes and possible solutions
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...possible solutions Introduction and definition Homelessness represents one of the most important social issues the United States faces these days. According to the Stewart B. McKinney Act, 42 U.S.C. 11301 (1994) "An individual is considered homeless when he "lacks a fixed, regular, and adequate night-time residence; and...has a primary night time residency that is: (A) a supervised publicly or privately operated shelter designed to provide temporary living accommodations... (B) an institution that provides a temporary residence for individuals intended to be institutionalized, or (C) a public or private place not designed for, or ordinarily used as, a regular... Homelessness in the United s: causes and...
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The possible use of ethanol as a replacement for petrol
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...Possible Use of Ethanol as a Replacement for Petrol The conversion of beets or corn into ethanol istouted by scientists today as an economically and environmentally sound solution to pressing national and global concerns. However, this is not a new revelation. Rudolf Fiesel, fifteen years after the invention named after him, was quoted as saying “The use of vegetable oils for engine fuels may seem insignificant today. But such oils may become, in the course of time, as important as petroleum and the coal products of the present time” in 1897 (Boles, 2005). Promising future alternatives to crude oil, vegetable oil can be substituted for diesel fuel while ethanol is an...
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Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) We have now had ten years of the Woolf reforms and experience proves that
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...reforms and experience proves that the reforms – known as the Civil Procedure Rules – have been a disaster for the civil justice system.” (Lawrence West QC, The Times, 29 April 2009) Critically assess whether this statement is accurate in relation to Lord Woolf’s recommendation that the judiciary “encourage the use of any appropriate alternative mechanisms for the resolution of disputes.” (Access to Justice – Final Report (2006), CH.10 (6))  Introduction In his article that appeared in Times on April 7 2009, Lawrence West Q.C, a leading advocate from Henderson Chambers, states that courts no longer bristle with litigants and lawyers after the reforms of Lord... ?We have now had ten years of the Woolf...
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What hinders and what facilitates public administration reform Illustrate your answer by comparing two programmes of public service reforms
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...possible. The RGC had instituted an initiative referred to as the National Program for Administrative Reform (NPAR), which would be the foundation upon which the whole public administration reform program would be built. UNDP Cambodia decided to directly support the NPAR, and offered help to the Council of Administrative Reform (CAR) which was aimed at: a) Strengthening the capability of the council’s secretariat in order to improve the effectiveness of national consensus building, strategic planning, donor co-ordination, policy development, and how the NPAR is managed strategically. b) Facilitating the enforcement of priority reform programs... al Affiliation) PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION REFORM Public...
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Probable reasons of why racists mitigate their views whenever possible
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...possible. For a democratic society with its democratic form of government system it is but an obvious choice to opt for a society that is predominantly color blind. The basis norm of a democratic society is to provide its mass with a structural form that offers equality in terms of justice and social characteristic. It is an unwanted phenomenon but it is also extremely true at the same time that racism is a curse that exists among us whether we like it or not. The presence of racism is well documented in many societal domains including workplace, school, health care, and housing. It is very peculiar to consider racism is an ideology where... Probable reasons of why racists mitigate their views whenever...
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Michele Moody-Adams argues that moral progress is possible
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...possible, and summarize the considerations, made by Moody Adams, considering the arguments by Fricker and Calhoun as well... ?Introduction In general, the concept of moral progress, as a philosophical concept presupposes that people have to evolve morally. The evolutionary process is based on the necessity to accept and respect alien cultures, as well as increase morality level for stimulating the further progress. However, the moral progress, in accordance with the statement by Moody Adams (257), is always local, which leads to deeper social differentiation between those who support and those who oppose the global moral progress. The key aim of the paper is to analyze whether the moral progress is...
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Origin and the Possible Effects in Health and Disease
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...Possible Effects in Health and Disease The Human Milk Micro-biota: Sources and the Possible Effects in Health and Disease Introduction The human milk has always been considered to be a sterile and important element for the metabolism and immunity in infants due to the many functional nutrients it contains. These nutrients further aid in a healthy development of an infant’s gut and consequently its maturation. Research has also shown that breast milk contains regulatory cytokines, lactoferrin and oligosaccharides amongst other nutrients. These have been reported to promote the growth of advantageous bacteria. However, breast milk can also comprise... such as obesity and diabetes (Musilova,...
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The American Sense of the Possible in Literature
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...Possible in Literature The American mythology of the country's own creation is celebrated and proclaimed throughout American literature. Written in the constitution, in the Preamble, the four words, "a more perfect Union" have been the hallmark of the American experiment. Until the Civil War, those words really rang hollow, as the expansion westward (and its annihilation of millions of native peoples) and the stain of slavery really kept the country from living up to perfecting the union. American literature can be seen as having two distinct eras: before the Civil War, and after the War. It is this delineation point that set American literature afire, with the mythology... ? The American Sense of the...
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Do the potential advantages of GM food outweigh possible drawbacks
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...possibilities. Risks and Concerns One major concern for many consumers and companies that purchase food products is the relative newness of the genetic modification process (Forman, 2009). While most produce... ? Genetically Modified Food: Worth the Risks? March 31, Genetically Modified Foods: Worth the Risks? Table of Contents Introduction 3 Background 3 Risks and Concerns 4 Potential Benefits 6 Conclusions 8 References 9 Introduction In 2007, 143 million hectacres worldwide were planted with transgenic crops of some kind (Magana-Gomez and Calderon de la Barca, 2009). Many countries allow the farming and sale of such products for human consumption, others only for animal consumption, but many others...
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