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...attainment Introduction The development of technology and science worldwide has led to the differentiation of culture and ethics internationally in order to meet the new social 'standards'. On the other hand, despite the fact that the patterns of society regarding the value of individuals in accordance with their educational, racial or financial background have changed - they are considered to have been improved - there are still many cases that people are treated with different criteria because of their race, gender or social status. Education is an aspect of social life where the above problem is intensive even... Discuss how issues of identity related to social race and gender may affect educational...
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Social Class and Attainment
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...Attainment – A Theoretical Assessment Introduction A social can be defines as the a group ofpersons with equal or same attributes, more specifically their levels of wealth, economic and public status and their influence on certain quarters such as politics (Andersen & Taylor, 2007, p. 219). According to Mifflin, the various ways to be used in determination of social class, mostly applied by sociologists include measuring and analyzing of the major facts, through subjective methods by asking subjects and selected individuals what they perceive themselves as, and by the reputational test, where subjects to a research are required to explain what they think about others. Basically, the three... Social and...
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Educational achievement and attainment
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...attainment is affected by gender within the British primary school phase of education The relationship between gender and educational achievement/attainment is a complex and controversial one, especially at the vital early level of primary education (Richards, 1998). This analysis will consider the definition of gender, how it has changed over time with specific concentration on educational assumptions, the current policy developments which are underway that are attempting to alleviate concerns and an overall view of how gender actually does effect educational achievement. Some questions that will be considered are whether there are indeed innate differences in raw... How educational achievement and...
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Social Mobility and Status Attainment
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...attained the position of power due to policy such as affirmative action and not on merit. Such factors limit an individual’s ability to go up to the top (Giddens et al. 173). It is said that education is key to attaining status; is that true and if yes why do you think so and if not why do you think not? Education is to a very great... How open is American Society in terms of hierarchy? In an open social system of hierarchy, a person’s status is attainedthrough effort and merit as opposed to ethnicity, religion, gender or family background. The hierarchy in the American Society is open social stratification. In this system, social class is achieved by effort and merit, and there exists substantial...
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Goal Attainment & Social Responsibility Critique
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...Attainment and Social Responsibility Critique A goal can simply be defined as projected results that an individual, an organization or a system intends to achieve (King, 2001). In most cases people sets goals and also a timeframe within which they should be achieved. Goal setting refers to the process of establishing specific objectives that needs to be met within a given time. For a goal to be effective it must be realistic and measurable. Realistic plans to achieve the goal will also need to be formulated with various checkpoints in order to understand the adjustments and amendments that may be required in the process to streamline all the activities towards the targeted...
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Imogene King's theory of goal attainment
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...attainment developed by Imogene King is a theory which adheres with the fundamental objective of nursing profession. Nursing, as envisaged by Florence Nightingale is a service of whose success is largely dependent on the effectiveness of relationship between the nurse and the patient. The basic assumption that governs the theory of goal attainment is that both nurse and patient, in a nursing environment are human beings and both of them are part of an open system which freely interacts with the environment (Meleis,2007). The basic goal as set by the theory is the health care of the patient or patients. A mutually shared communication between the nurse and the patient is assumed... The theory of goal...
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Looked After Children and Educational Attainment
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...Attainment The aims and objectives of the Department for Children, Schools and Families across Great Britain is to ensure that all children and young people stay healthy and safe, secure an excellent education and the highest possible standards of achievement, enjoy their childhood, make a positive contribution to society and the economy, and have lives full of opportunity, free from the scourge of poverty. (Department for children, school and families) [1] As against these objectives, the growing incidents of juvenile delinquency and children suffering lack of the aforesaid facilities as a result of family... Titus Rock Manickam Order No. 191769 19 November 2007 Looked After Children and Educational...
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Imogene King: Theory of Goal Attainment
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...attainment Nursing profession focuses on helping individuals deal with health problems. In order to do this effectively, there are theories that have proven successful in this field. One such theory is the goal attainment theory by Imogene King. This paper critically analyses the theory, providing in depth information about its concepts, paradigms, systems and processes. It has also provided an application of the theory for nurse administrators. 1.0 Introduction Imogene King is one of the widely known pioneers of the development of nursing theories. Her success comes from her nursing conceptual system and the goal attainment goal. King developed this theory while trying... ? Imogene King-Theory of goal...
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The relationship between children's social class origins and educational attainment
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...attainment? What are the three... ? Topic: Lecturer: Presentation: Family life plays an essential role in the life of every child. However, the mechanisms by which parents pass on these benefits are not well understood. There is a big effect of social class on the interactions inside the homes; as realized by the ethnographic data set of Black children and White children approximately 10 years ago. Through organized leisure activities and extensive reasoning, middle-class parents have managed to engage in concerted cultivation. Concerted cultivation helps these parents to foster their children’s talent. A majority of the working parent allows their children to choose which leisure activity that they...
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The differences in educational attainment in class, gender and ethnicity
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...attainment in class, gender and ethnicity This essay focuses on the sociological explanation of the factors affecting educational achievement. This will discuss the relationship between gender and achievement gap, cethnic group and achievement gap and socio-economic class and achievement gap. And then this will discuss to some extent, the interrelationship between all three factors. Let me start with the discussion on ethnic group. Sociologist has been trying to figure out exactly where the gap comes from among different social classes and ethnic groups. They have been trying to explore the socioeconomic and socio-cultural reasons behind the high achievement... The differences in educational...
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Gender Discrimination - a Constraint to Educational Attainment in South Asia
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...attainment in South Asia Contents 2 Introduction: 2 Literacy rates in South Asia 5Conclusion 10 Abstract: This paper attempts to discuss the myriad reasons for educational disparity between genders in South Asian countries. The paper will focus on the steps taken by the governments in these countries to bridge this gap, and encourage more women to become literate and self-sufficient. Focus will also be given to some reasons why these policies have failed or are showing delayed results that are below expectations. Keywords: female literacy, South Asia literacy, gender discrimination, educational attainment Introduction: The pages of history... Gender discrimination - a constraint to educational...
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Critique of King's theory of the goal of attainment
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...Attainment Theory: Background: Imogene King was the first to introduce the Theory of Goal Attainment in the early 1960s. King was born in 1923 in west point. The theory’s name, The Theory of Goal Attainment, is aimed at showing the, interpersonal skills, that people possess in order to achieve certain goals in life. Imogene King studied in the field of nursing, becoming a professor at the University of Florida’s college of nursing in Tampa. King also worked extensively in the nursing field doing research in the nursing division in Washington D.C. She was the director of the Ohio University School of Nursing. This extensive work in the nursing field contributed greatly... The critique of King’s Goal of...
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Adopting Strategies in Raising Levels of Attainment of KS3
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...Attainment of KS3 Written By: The primary aims of the education system within the computing specialist school in KS3 being to facilitate methods for students to attain their highest achievements of potential regardless of their primary levels upon entry and to show each student individually that compassion, flexibility, sensitivity, respect and tolerance would be utilized in every choice that would be made. A factor that must be addressed in improving the capacity of students to achieve greater heights at a pace equal to their peers within the same class must first be assessed in the aspect of literacy, for without literacy one cannot strive for full... achievement. In recent years there have...
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Relationship between Social Class Origins and Educational Attainment
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...Attainment Social class is always assumed to be the reason behind educational attainment of children due to advantages and disadvantages it brings with it at every stage of educational process. However, debates about whether it is the education system that fails children or it is their families who fail to inculcate proper values leading to educational achievements have been going on with adherent supporters on each side. So the question that begs answers is whether the class origin really affects the education attainment of children bearing in mind the changing family forms over the years. Beller (2009 p. 507... ? Topic: Lecturer: Presentation: Relationship between Social Origins and Educational...
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Success is Better Measured by One's Financial Attainment
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...attainment(s) April 22nd Success is better measured by one’s financial attainment(s) Most people spend a considerable fraction of their lives at school - from kindergarten to college and even graduates school. While it is without doubt that it is learning that takes them to school, what determines which courses they want to take is often what they think they will earn when they graduate. Many high school students, for instance, dream of becoming doctors, lawyers, surgeons, pilots just to mention a few. A smaller number of working professionals also struggle to attend graduate school and take postgraduate courses. However, because of several social... ? Success is better measured by one’s financial...
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Relevance of Core Competency for the Attainment of Competitive Advantage
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...Attainment of Competitive Advantage Introduction Technology has made the world come closer by breaking geographical barriers and improving modes of communications. It is due to the diminishing communication obstacles that businesses have expanded their horizons and have started operating in foreign lands. The expansion of businesses has given customers greater choice of products and services, instead of just relying on their local organizations to fulfill their needs. This creates greater competition for the companies in the market and makes them strive harder to attain their market share and success. The exponential increase in competition compels... the organizations to implement effective...
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Race, Ethnicity and Educational Attainment in the UK
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...ATTAINMENT IN THE UK By of the Presented to of your of the [State] [Date] TABLE OF CONTENTS Abstract 3 Race, Ethnicity and Educational Attainment in the UK 5 Chapter One Introduction 5 Section 1: Overview 5 Section 2: Ethnic minorities in the UK: a brief history of social and economic inequality and discrimination. 8 Ethnic Minorities in the UK 8 Racism and Equal Opportunities 11 Chapter 2 Contemporary Studies and Issues in Education 15 Section 1: Primary and Secondary Schools 15 Race, Ethnicity and Social Policy 15 Inequalities by Social Background 20 Inequalities by Race, Ethnicity, and Immigrant Status 27 School Exclusions 31 Inequalities in Educational Outcomes 32... ? RACE, ETHNI AND EDUCATIONAL...
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How occupational status, intergenerational mobility and social network affects individual's status attainment
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...Attainment and the Occupational Status, Intergenerational Mobility and Social Network 0 Introduction: "Status attainment can be understood as a process by which individuals mobilize and invest resources for returns in socioeconomic standing" (Nan Lin 1999) According to the theory of social production functions, all human beings strive for two major goals; physical well being and social approval. To produce social approval, status, behavioural confirmation and affection can be considered as means. One of the aspects for producing social approval thus is 'status attainment'. In order to establish the required degree of status attainment, the aspects of 'position attainment... ' and 'position...
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The professional role of the class teacher in raising attainment and meeting diverse needs
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...attainment and meeting the needs of Black Caribbean students. 2. Strategies for Teachers Gillborn (1997) states, “Black students are suffering disproportionately as schools face increasing pressure to prove their worth in relation to crude performance indicators”. Teachers can play a considerable role in improving students’ performances. Ragos (2010) states, “The influence of a great teacher is reverberating”. While managing a class of Black Caribbean students, some major issues that a teacher needs to consider include managing students’ behaviors, managing students’ involvement in activities other than studies, encouraging good performances, regularly monitoring the...
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Prove/ describing the attainment of two competency for environmental health class
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...Attainment Of Two Competency For Environmental Health Prove/ Describing The Attainment Of Two Competency For Environmental Health Class Introduction Environmental health concerns itself with the evaluation, identification, and having control of the environmental conditions that are believed to have adverse effects on human health. Examples of areas of concern that are in need of the expertise of environmental health are the assurance of quantity and quality of drinking water and food, industrial and domestic waste material safe treatment and disposal, reducing both noise and air pollution, limiting the exposure to unsafe conditions and hazardous substances in different... Prove/ Describing The...
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: The professional Role of the Class Teacher in Raising Attainment and Meeting Diverse Needs
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...attainment and meeting the needs of Black Caribbean students. 2. Strategies for Teachers Gillborn (1997) states, “Black students are suffering disproportionately as schools face increasing pressure to prove their worth in relation to crude performance indicators”. Teachers can play a considerable role in improving students’ performances. Ragos (2010) states, “The influence of a great teacher is reverberating”. While managing a class of Black Caribbean students, some major issues that a teacher needs to consider include managing students’ behaviors, managing students’ involvement in activities other than studies, encouraging good performances, regularly monitoring the...
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Is success better measured by ones level of education, or ones financial attainment(s)
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...attainment(s) April 22nd Success is better measured by one’s financial attainment(s) Most people spend a considerable fraction of their lives at school - from kindergarten to college and even graduates school. While it is without doubt that it is learning that takes them to school, what determines which courses they want to take is often what they think they will earn when they graduate. Many high school students, for instance, dream of becoming doctors, lawyers, surgeons, pilots just to mention a few. A smaller number of working professionals also struggle to attend graduate school and take postgraduate courses. However, because of several social... Success is better measured by one’s financial...
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Ann's Reconciliation with the Inevitable Presence of Death: An Immature Believer's Attainment of Maturity
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...Attainment of Maturity Though on the surface level Raymond Carver’s “A Small, Good Thing” tells the story of compassion and reconciliation among the central characters and generally among people, an in-depth analysis will necessarily reveal that it is the story about an individual’s reconciliation with his or her existential angst and reality of death and adversaries of life. Unlike Brian Aubrey’s claim that this story of Carver is totally the nullification god, religion, faith, etc, the story does not tell anything particularly about religion and god. In this regard, Brian says, “It is hard to see in what sense... Ann’s Reconciliation with the Inevitable Presence of Death: An Immature Believer’s...
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Failure of Education system to remove class differences in Educational Attainment
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...Attainment Introduction “Education was the gateway to opportunity for me. It was the gateway for Michelle. And now more than ever it is the gateway to middle class life.” –President Barrack Obama. (Strauss 2) Whether you voted for the Democrats or the Republicans; everyone seems to be concerned education standards of our country. Equality of opportunity to education and the ability of education to remove inequalities on society has been the cornerstone of American nation. It has always been said that a college education and hard work were the key to financial and social success. There has been a grave national concern... 8th December Failure of Education system to remove differences in Educational...
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The role of technology in the attainment of strategic objectives and competetive advantage: a case analysis of Amazon.com
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...Attainment of Strategic Objectives and Competitive Advantage: A Case Analysis of Amazon.com Table of Content Introduction...........................................................................................3 Amazon.com.........................................................................................4 Traditional Business Model..................................................................6 Centralized Operations..........................................................................6 Competitive and Strategic Terrain of Industry......................................10 Value Chain Analysis & Competitive Advantage of Amazon ….........11 Amazon... is a method of evaluating and...
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The task of living a sustainable lifestyle is the responsibility of the individual, not governments, corporations or NGOs. Discuss the validity of this statement with reference to both ethical values and potential attainment
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...attainment also requires that individuals carry out measures that reduce their impact on the system. It is known that, “The average American family of 2 generates about 41,500 lbs of emissions per year” (Audet 2012, para.3). This calculation has been done by web page calculators that calculate carbon footprints. By knowing this calculation, one can make educated decisions about how to minimize his negative impact. Another thing that we can do in this context is making changes in energy efficiency. These changes are inexpensive, and thus convenient. For example, if we lower down the thermostat by two degrees in winters, and make it go... ESSAY (Continued after the intro Sustainable living defines a...
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Developing countries benefit as senders of unskilled migrants because they receive significant remittances from these migrants. They also benefit as senders of skilled migrants because this increases educational attainment at home and contributions from r
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...attainment of youth in rural China... Is Migration of skilled labours boon ore bane? Contents Introduction 3 Discussion 4 Argument in favour of Brain Drain 4 Argument against Brain Drain 7 Conclusion 11 References 13 Introduction The term Brain Drain has gained particular wide usage in the late 1960’s and it is used to denote the international transfer of resources in the form of human capital from developing to developed countries. In particular the brain drain focuses on the migration of skilled labour from the developing countries to the developed countries. The Brain drain has long been focussed on and thought of as an exercise that is performed by the developed countries to attract the scarce popula...
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Should public policy be directed exclusively at growth promotion for the attainment of overall societal goals
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... College: Public Policy Introduction Public policy is relevant in developing society goals of a given country, organization, institution, religion as well as governance. However, the concept of societal responsibility is more concerned with businesses. As the other meaning suggests, societal goal is also known as corporate social responsibility (Deery & Mitchell, 1999). At the expense of individualistic goals, social goals are directly linked with mater s related to health, education, fairness and prosperity. Social goal responsibility is the art putting goals of a certain co-corporate, institution knowledge or prosperity to be of collective concern within the community or society... College: Public...
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THE IMPACT OF HISTORY AND HERITAGE IN THE FORMATION AND ATTAINMENT OF CORPORATE IDENTITY IN THE AGE OF GLOBALISATION: AN ASSESSM
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...attained if an organisation displays the required degree of external responsiveness while replicating the same in its internal organisational culture (Koulopoulos 2010). This study, using the case of Harrods, explains how Harrods has successfully... ? Role of External Responsiveness and Internal Communications in Building Successful Strong Brands in the Age of Globalisation: An Assessment of Harrods’ Legendary Success 1849 – Present 2013 The copy right of this dissertation remains with the author; no quotation or information derived from it may be published at any time due to confidential contents. Abstract We live in the age of globalisation. Globalisation brings many challenges and to meet those...
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The worlds poorest countries are at a competitive disadvantage in every sector of their economies. They have little to export. They have no capital; their land is of poor quality; they have disproportionate unemployment and their education attainment l
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...attains to reap a major benefit from their export. The underdevelopment in the industrial sector leads to the declining amount of export. In matters of total volume of export, Liberia stands in the bottom of the list of countries, producing considerable amount of export. Due to the absence of non-petroleum products it also has to import much of the resource from other countries which results in the imbalance trade activity of the country. Absence of Capital: High presence of capital... World’s poorest countries In the 21st century many counties in the world are facing the problem of underdevelopment. The poorest countries are at a competitive disadvantage with the developed and the developing nations...
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Equal Opportunity
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...attainment in the USA is greatly affected by various factors, which illustrate some level of inequality at household level as well as at the state and national level. Some of the socioeconomic factors that determine the educational attainment of a community include occupation, income, and education attainment of the parents among many others. The balance of these factors determines how well equipped a community is to counter illiteracy, since advancement in one aspect would hamper the gains attained in another. Advancements in education systems are targeted towards elimination of the influence of socioeconomic factors on the educational attainment among the diverse... Equal Opportunity Educational...
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Investigate whether some vocabulary learning strategies are superior to other
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...attainment in reference to numerous factors (Meara, 110, 1997). There are diverse factors that are involved in the process of vocabulary attainment. These involve task, personal and environmental factors that dictate the effectiveness of vocabulary learning by an individual. Task factors may involve complexity and generality of the language at hand. Personal factors involve self-concept, attitudes and prior knowledge of the second language. Environmental factors may involve the host culture and output opportunities. Therefore... Vocabulary learning strategies Introduction There are diverse techniques of obtaining vocabulary in a second language. Linguists propose different strategy of vocabulary...
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The Role of Social Institutions in Society
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...attainment is one of the great dividing mechanisms in most societies. Those with access to educational institutions be they secular or religious, are often held in esteem by those that have not been able to participate in the educational process. In some societies, however, the educated are viewed... ? Education is an important social that passes on the values of a society in several ways. Education partly determines what is consideredworth knowing in any given society. Formal education sends many implied and explicit messages about the value of knowledge, the importance of one group over another and how knowledge should be best applied towards solving problems or advancing the society. Educational...
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...Attainment” A Summary of the Article “Social Mobility and Status Attainment” One of the most famous scholars in sociology, Charles E. Hurst, tried to explain the nature of and characteristics of social mobility and openness in his article “Social Mobility and Status Attainment: Openness in U.S. Society” (Hurst, 2010, p. 313). In this article, Hurst actually presented different studies concerning the degree of social mobility in American society, in which results of these studies indicated that the overall trend of social mobility in the U.S. was not uniform across time (Hurst, 2010). On the contrary, Hurst argued that these studies actually... ? A Summary of the Article “Social Mobility and Status...
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Application of Nursing Theory
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...Attainment Theory The premise of goal attainment seeks to illustrate how two different parties come together in a health organization to receive or to offer a health related services (Meleis, 2011). The nurses and clients communicate, set goals then apply mutual efforts to achieve them (Meleis, 2011). Kings conceptual system entails three interacting dynamics which are personal, interpersonal and social (Meleis, 2011). The theory of goal attainment has been applied in research, education as well as administration (Meleis, 2011). The social concepts of organization, power, authority, decision-making and power have been evidently implemented in administration (Meleis, 2011). A nurse... Imogene Kings Goal...
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The effects of divorce on a childs education
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...attainment. It is worth noting that these two aspects are closely interlinked as educational performance determines the level of educational attainment. The level of a child’s academic performance Substantial amount of studies have examined how divorce affects the academic performance of a child (Kim, 2011; Steele... ?Literature Review Literature Review The effects of divorce on a child’s education have been widely studied and the unanimous conclusion arrived at is that the effects negatively affect a child’s education. Specifically, it has been pointed out that divorce affects a child education in following aspects: The level of a child’s academic performance and the level of a child’s educational...
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Persnal mission staetment
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...attainment of ahighly reputable career and advance myself in the sports of golf. I have the aim to ensure that I attain the development of my career and development of my skills in the game of golf at the same time. I do not want to compromise on any of these aims and objectives. I believe that I can attain a great career through the means of acquiring appropriate knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs) that will first allow me to obtain an entry level job that is consistent with my career aspirations and then these knowledge, skills and abilities will further help me in advancing towards the ultimate attainment of my... Personal Mission ment There are two main aims in my life and these include the...
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Nursing Theory Website Paper
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...attainment theory she was a nursing theorist who was a veteran in the development of theories that concerned nursing. However, the goal attainment theory is the most popular being featured in major nursing theories. The site that delineates the particulars of the theory is the most accessible. The subject matter is also broader than that of Casey’s model (Imogene, 1987). Most of the nursing books have also come into existence after the advent of the goal attainment theory. Nevertheless, the theories have borrowed from the theory. Books... of Nursing Theorists Internet sites on nursing theories Presented by Name [Pick the date] A RESEARCH ON THE INTERNET FOR NURSING THEORIST SITES Casey’s Nursing Model b...
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Class Inequality: Mobility and Class Structure
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...attainment. They claim that the lower an individual begins, the greater chances for that individual to be mobile upwards. However, this ideology seems to be flawed and therefore focused on how people attain their statuses rather than on how individuals are mobile... INEQUALITY: MOBILITY AND STRUCTURE The book The Inequality reader is the ideal textbook for undergraduate inequality s.It provides the most relevant classic and contemporary readings, providing a balanced coverage of inequality’s both in the present and past. The essays in the book cover vital course topics suh as discrimination, poverty, and gender. In Blau and Duncan, “The Process of Stratification” the authors develop the idea of status at...
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Local Economic Development
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...attainment of the desired success by the local people. Local economic... Local Economic Development Local economic development professionals have to focus sensitizing the community members to engage in community activities, which are appreciated at a global scene. This includes organizing community groups to practice local projects, which contribute towards globalization. For example, community groups may be guided to establish an internet center within their reach, which will act as a means of communication and finding what is happening at a global scene. Further, the center will facilitate in education of the local people on how to use the modern form of technology, which will contribute towards attain...
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Sociology
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...attainment: A lot of research has been conducted to explore the relationship between social and inequalities in educational attainment and the mutual effects have been evaluated. There are a lot of views and theories which acknowledge that the two are interrelated. Before getting into the depth to study their relationship, it would be very appropriate to define the two. Social class refers to the status of people based on where they live and what they do. Educational attainment points toward the ability of some people to be better in studies than others. Studies have revealed that there exists a direct relationship between the level of social class... and the tendency to gain education. The...
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Correlation Assignment
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...attainment and synthetic work-life earnings. The earnings represent... ?Correlation Correlation is one of the most common and important statistical analysis used today. A correlation is a single value that defines the extent of linear relationship between any two variables (Cohen et al. 8). For instance, we might be interested in assessing whether the number of hours students spend watching television is related to their performance in school. In such a case, we will interview a few students selected randomly from the student population regarding their television watching patterns, then compare these values with their GPA scores using appropriate correlation tests. Generally, we expect a negative...
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Crosspost
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...attainment is that nurses and their clients communicate mutually and then act towards attaining the set goals. This is also the basic assumption in the nursing process (Tomey & Alligood, 2002). Therefore, in advanced practice, nurses require effective assessment, interviewing and also communication skills so as to integrate the knowledge of behavioral and natural sciences during complex clinical situations. As such, a nurse needs to develop the appropriate skills to gather data on a client’s growth and development level, perception of own health and role socializations. Importantly, Killeen and King (2007) observe... Nursing Theories The basic assumption that Imogene King presents in her theory of goal...
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Background memo
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...attainment of a sparking positive environmental, social and economic vitality. In this, P3GM ensures that it offers smart lighting, digital kiosks and displays, Wi-Fi (hotspot or municipal video) and smart parking. Through the provision of these solutions, P3GM ensures that it fulfils the “SEE” vision that offers social, economic and environmental developmental to municipalities. Key essential benefits of the social... P3GM P3GM establishes unique municipal entities where it offers innovation, expertise and new resources for the transit lines and city streets. Such occurs when P3GM invests in technologies and dynamic media, which facilitates in the streamlining of asset management and triggering the...
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Patagonia
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...attainment of performance target or the incurring of performance gap can be realized. From then on, it is in order that formal education should be applied. Patagonia also factors job experience as a strategy to the attainment of organizational goals. This is because; Patagonia believes that job experience is commensurate to the realization of skills necessary to the improvement of organization. Patagonia also considers interpersonal skills and relations as being indispensible to the attainment of organizational goals... Management Number Introduction and Approaches to Employee Development Used At Patagonia It is not indoubt that Patagonia is one of the most dynamic clothing and textile outlets and...
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Cultures in organization : Two case examples
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...attainment within such organizations. In an endeavor to boost my experience in my field, I have worked two firms that uphold dissimilar cultures that helped significantly in the attainment of the firms’ objectives. In the first company, the employers strongly adhered to the aspect of empowering the employees, while giving little regard to the held ranks. All employees within the firm had the right to be heard and played... Organizations’ Culture Organizations’ Culture Organizational culture depicts various beliefs, upheld values and practices within an organization (Schein, 2010). As such, various cultures within an organization are extremely significant, since they may boost or deter the objective...
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Read the Description
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...attainment of resumption procedures and realization of business continuity. Consequently, the paper investigates DS4 control objectives implemented effectively or partially by the organization. DS4.1 remains imperative in ensuring consistent IT governance through establishment of efficient recovery and contingency plans. Brady, Martz and Associates implemented DS4.1 control objective when established... DS4 DS4 Effective DS4 control objectives are imperative in proper and efficient recovery of IT systems within an organization besides ensuring continuity of business operations. Establishment and subsequent implementation of some DS4 control objectives by Brady, Martz and Associates was authoritative in...
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Characteristics of stratification system
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...attainment or placement defines the stratification, where variables such as ascription and achievement or a mixture are witnessed. The third feature is an apparent method of legitimization where the society justifies the stratification such as through cultural practices, religion or ideology. Fourthly, distinction through a form of inequality such as class, status and power defines the stratification system... Characteristics of Stratification System Stratification systems have five basic characteristics that make them unique as social phenomena. First, normativity describes the level of acceptance of the stratification aspect across the society, which may be open or closed. Secondly, a clear method of...
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History of psychology
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...attainment of these goals. Many times, the American people undergo tremendous painful experiences in their desire to achieve or obtain the goods and services that are marketed in various media outlets. According to Buddha, humans ought to control their desire and cravings for things in order to achieve for higher levels of spiritualism. The pain that Buddha describes is usually understood within the context of greed... History of Psychology I would agree partly with Buddha’s contention that all life is about suffering and that suffering is largely created from desire. Naturally, humans have a natural insatiable craving for material things and other accomplishments. The desire often results from the...
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Evolving of Formal Organizations
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...attainment of flexibility in terms of organization operations, as well as changes in the working environment of the organizations. Moreover, new workers have assumed the responsibility of steering organizations towards attainment of organization goals and objectives. As such, organizations, including Micah’s organization, are prone to change in order to attain... ? Formal Organizations Evolving of Formal Organizations Organization evolution has been an inevitable developmental process as organizations focus on improving their corporate reputation, and performance. Formal organizations are currently depicting tremendous trend in the change of their operations (Shipman, 2007). This has been depicted in...
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