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Consumer attitudes towards supermarkets
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...Attitudes towards supermarkets Executive Summary: Supermarkets offer several advantages as compared to the traditional convenience stores, such as a wider selection of goods, lower prices and savings in time while shopping. This study examines consumer attitudes towards supermarkets through a face to face survey carried out in three leading supermarkets, i.e., ASDA, Tesco and Sainsburys and uses the Fishbein model in order to analyze the responses. Introduction: In the rapid pace of modernization and the onset of competition in the global marketplace, supermarket chains are becoming increasingly common. Super markets offer several advantages which may create a positive consumer attitude... Consumer...
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American Attitudes towards Homosexuals
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...Attitudes towards Homosexuals Introduction Gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transvestites, are just some of the individuals generally classified or referred to as homosexuals. Due to their different sexual orientation, they are often discriminated against and generally treated differently by the general majority population. In the traditional sense, the discrimination against these individuals has mostly been based on gender bias and the majority perception of the existence of only two genders – that of the male and female sex. Despite this dominant gender perception, homosexuals have been persistent about their rights and about their place in society. The laws have also been firm... , more...
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Adolescent Student Attitudes Towards Mathematics
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...Attitudes towards Mathematics” Mathematics is a wide which is all about using techniques, formulas and skills. This subject is not only the basis of all the new technologies found but can also be said as the founder of different subjects such as physics. This subject is widely acknowledged for its ability to make others learn rather than memorizing. Mathematics not only helps one individual in building his skills but also teaches one individual how to use them in his practical life. Keeping the importance of mathematics in mind this subject is compulsory in almost all sorts of education systems. As this subject is compulsory for everyone some students face difficulties while studying... Adolescent...
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Consumer attitudes towards food safety
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...Attitudes towards Food Safety College: Consumers have different perceptions towards food safety. Consumers’ perceptions of food safety have been changing over the years. This change is attributed to many factors including information, changes in income, demographic changes, and food safety policies among others. In the past, consumers were very cautious of the content of food products in the market. Implementation of food safety policies has reduced uncertainties about food safety at various levels in the supply chain. Consumers have become lax about food safety and many are relying on government efforts to provide food safety. Consumer attitudes towards food safety have an effect... ? Consumers’...
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Changes in attitudes towards sex
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...attitudes toward sex American family system has been heavily influenced by the changing societal changes of attitude towards sex. “Issueslike what we view as sex, what we view as sexual, who we perceive to be legitimately involved in sexual activities, and what conditions we believe must be part of valid sexuality vary from one culture to the next, from one historical period to the next, and from one individual to another” (Aulette, 2010, p. 197). Today, sex has become an essential component of entertainment and has become omnipresent with the aid of media; over the Internet, mobile phones, television, and magazines. As a result of the growing influence of media on the society, American... Changes in...
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Womens Attitudes towards Online Shopping
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...Attitudes towards Online Shopping A Dissertation Consumer research literature is replete with empirical findings about consumer behaviour in traditional shopping contexts, but lacks systematic information about consumer behaviour in the online shopping environment, particularly, with regard to females’ attitudes toward online shopping. This inadequacy encourages the researcher to conduct a study aimed at identifying and explaining women’s attitudes towards online shopping nowadays. The research questions are organised into four variables, namely, (1) perceived usefulness, (2) perceived ease of use, (3) shopping motivation, and (4) shopping orientations. The influence of these four variables... ? Women’s...
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Shifting cultural attitudes towards smoking
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...Attitudes towards Smoking Attitudes towards smoking have undergone considerable changes over the past six decades. In the 1950s, there was minimal, if any, awareness amongst the population regarding the effects of smoking. In fact smoking became a common practice amongst physicians after the World War I. Doctors did not warn people against engaging in smoking, active or passive; some of them were even involved in the promotion of the tobacco industry without disclosing the deleterious nature of smoking (Novella). Advertising companies employed such tactics to make people believe that smoking was not harmful since a large proportion of the doctors smoked. In fact doctors used... Shifting Cultural...
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Attitudes towards people with schizophrenia
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...Attitude towards People with Schizophrenia Lecturer Contents Contents 2 3 0 Introduction 4 1 Introduction to the Problem 4 1.2 Background to the Study 5 1.3 Problem Statement 7 1.4 Research Questions and Purpose of the Study 8 1.5 Significance of the Study 9 2.0 Literature review 9 2.1 Overview on schizophrenia 9 2.2 Attitudes towards people with schizophrenia 10 2.3 Imagined Contact and Attitude towards schizophrenia 12 2.4 Perspective-taking and attitude towards schizophrenia 15 3.0 Methodology 18 3.1 Research design and data collection 18 3.2 Selection...
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Adolescent Student Attitudes Towards Mathematics
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...Attitudes towards Mathematics" Mathematics is a wide which is all about using techniques, formulas and skills. Thissubject is not only the basis of all the new technologies found but can also be said as the founder of different subjects such as physics. This subject is widely acknowledged for its ability to make others learn rather than memorizing. Mathematics not only helps one individual in building his skills but also teaches one individual how to use them in his practical life. Keeping the importance of mathematics in mind this subject is compulsory in almost all sorts of education systems. As this subject is compulsory for everyone some students face difficulties while studying... "Adolescent...
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Attitudes of nursing towards euthanasia
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...attitude towards assisted suicide (Miller, et al. 2004). Of the nurses who responded to the questionnaire, 13% were Catholic, 1% were Jewish, 28% were Protestant, 28% were Christian Other, and 9% were Other non-Christian (Miller, et al. 2004). To understand religious perspectives of euthanasia, we must first define euthanasia. There are two basic classifications of euthanasia: passive versus active. Passive euthanasia refers to the withholding or withdrawing of medical treatment, which will result in the patient's death... Introduction In April 2001, the Netherlands established the world's first law regulating euthanasia (De Beer, et al., 2003). Under this new regulation, a physician may legally...
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Nursing Staff' Attitudes towards the Elderly
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...Attitudes Towards the Elderly Introduction With the many health degeneration identified among elderly, it has been a challenge for most health practitioners to maintain their best attitude and professionalism at most times. This portion will review literature on nursing staff' attitudes towards the elderly to gain insight on what to recommend and how to improve this condition. Discussion: International nursing studies indicate that health services have been identified as one of the main public agencies at the interface of ageism and negative attitudes (Lotian, 2001). It was found that nurses and nursing students often possess unfavourable attitudes towards older adults (Courtney, 2000... Nursing Staff'...
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(CLASSIFICATION ESSAY) on Attitudes Towards Spending Money
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...Attitudes towards Spending Money Money is one of the major necessities of life. Money can provide a person with many luxuries, which almost every person desires. In the present world, money is one of the main sources of happiness and mental relief for every individual. Money prevents a person from many sufferings, which include poor health, lack of education, poverty, improper housing, and many other problems. Different People, Different Attitudes Attitude towards spending money is one of the most important issues related to money. Different people have different approaches towards the use of money. Some people do not take much care while spending their money whereas some... Your full full October 28,...
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Perception and attitudes towards bidilectal speakers
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...Attitudes towards Bidilectal Speakers al Affiliation) Perception and Attitudes towards Bidilectal Speakers ‘…received pronunciation, RP, speakers are perceived as having more competence (intelligence, self- confidence, etc.) but less integrity and social attractiveness (sincerity, kindheartedness, etc.) than regional speakers…’ (Bourhis & Giles, 1976, pp. 13). This is an argument presented by the authors in the text the language of cooperation in Wales: a field study. This point makes a number of implications that makes it exceedingly interesting. For instance, it suggests that there are two different kinds of speakers, Received Pronunciation speakers and regional speakers. The quote... Perception and...
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Compare and contrast attitudes towards Native Americans
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...attitudes towards Native Americans The battle between Native Americans and Custer and seventh cavalry at Little Bighom became legend in American history and led to the formation of Custer as a national hero. The conflict between Native Americans and other were basically over the matter of race. After the battle at Little Bighom ,Custer and his men became fighters in the mind of American people and Native Americans were counted as enemies. Even though the Native Americans won the battle of Little Bighom they could not win the right over their land. Native Americans were not given their rights as they deserve, and the white American wanted to have the dominion over... started feeling...
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Consumer attitudes towards celebrity endorsed products
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...attitudes towards celebrity endorsed products Globalization and the power of the modern media over consumer societies have contributed to the phenomenon of using celebrities to endorse consumer products. Use of celebrities to endorse a product has been prevalent for decades as it resulted in more favorable advertisement ratings and better financial performance. Individuals from fields such as entertainment, sports, cuisine, business and politics you used by advertisers to endorse products. However, there have been recent concerns raised when companies have been cutting endorsement budgets and dropping endorsers. Celebrity endorsements are considered to be scary and unstable but still... ?Consumer...
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Attitudes Towards Non-English Cultures and Languages
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...attitude that it was inferior and backward. These perceptions have affected immensely indigenous cultures and languages at the expense of English language. Despite the English language being employed in the contemporary society, it had detrimental effects on indigenous language and culture. Attitudes towards Non-English Cultures and Language Colonialists and missionaries played a significant role in the spread of English. During their activities, they encountered natives who had cultures and languages that were developed and established. These languages were, however, unknown creating a language barrier that would have made the objectives... Introduction English is the most universally employed language ...
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Attitudes Towards The Consumption of Fashion Brands
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...Attitudes Towards The Consumption of Conspicuous Fashion Brands By Middle Generation Y Members of Emerging Economies. Case study: Nigerian Youth." Table of Contents Introduction 3 Literature Review 4 Own Individual Style 5 Saving Money 6 Personalized Products 7 Nostalgic Admiration 8 Research Objective 9 Research Question 9 Research Methodology 9 Time Frame 11 Conclusion 12 References 14 Introduction Current generation of the globe can be recognized as Generation Y. Generation Y is also known as Millennial Generation. These Millennials are the demographic group following the Generation X. The precise dates of the starting and the ending of...
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Further Research Methods : Topic: Attitudes towards smoking
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...Attitudes Towards Smoking In most social setups, people’s attitude is essential in determination unhealthy behaviors such as smoking. Society members’ influence on smokers leads to the development of the latter’s positive attitude mainly as a reinforcing quality. Therefore, positive attitude towards smoking forms the driving force behind persistence of smoking behavior in the society. Research indicates that smokers attitude towards smoking is negative to neutral than positive. Lack of positive global attitudes suggests that other factors influence smoking behavior within the society. The paper will explain the implicit and explicit attitudes toward smoking within... Further Research Methods: Topic:...
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Victorian Attitudes towards Town and Country
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...Attitudes towards Town and Country Introduction The Importance of Being Earnest is a play that reveals the farce that seems to have been typical of the 19th century. There were false identities, engagements that were prohibited, and social classes that overshadowed every other aspect of the society. Country folk behaved differently from the townspeople and the differences were outstanding. Such differences were evident in the mode of dressing, their manners, the activities that occupied them, and even their names. The high society was mainly based in the city, whereas, the ordinary folks were found in the country. The Victorian attitudes of these groups kept... ? The Importance of Being Ernest Victorian...
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Macroeconomic policies, government attitudes towards Inequality
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...Attitudes towards Inequality Macroeconomic Policies, Government Attitudes towards Inequality Answer 1 Effects of Inequalities on the Economic Growth Inequality badly affects the economic growth because due to this there arises different sever problems those affect the growth level. Like due to inequality in the wages or income of the workers many people cannot gain the all opportunities of the life so overall standard of living of society decline. The other point is about the riskiness of jobs, due to inequality the risk of getting good jobs arises in the societies its mean the loss of jobs is directly proportion to the cost of health insurance that is beneficial... ? Macroeconomic Policies, Government...
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Social attitudes towards committing insurance fraud
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...attitudes towards committing insurance fraud Theoretical models of attitude formation have been applied in an attempt to explain social attitudes towards committing insurance fraud. Tennyson (1996), applying Crane (1991) and Wilson’s (1987) theories of attitude formation, suggesting that acceptability of committing insurance fraud is born of learned attitudes from their social environment or peer group. In support of this view, the ABI (2013) reported that 38% believed that insurance fraud was a victimless crime and 13% believed that insurance fraud was an easy way to make...
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Consumer's Attitudes and Behaviour Towards Responsible Tourism
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...attitudes and behaviour towards responsible tourism Responsible tourism allows the consumer to combine their attitudes towards the environment and sustainable culture and their holiday. This has become a growing trend in recent years, due in part to the growing conscientiousness regarding the environment and in part to the increasing amount of disposable income in the concerned classes (Swarbrooke & Horner, 2003). These factors make it interesting to study the attitudes and behaviours of consumers who are indulging in this growing market, and to see how their world is defined within this sphere. The purpose of this essay is to explore the characteristics of a responsible tourist... have, or...
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Losing Accents
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...Accents I used to agree that getting the chance to migrate was a fancy privilege. It suggested a fresh start, the chance of experiencing twoentirely different cultures first hand, and greater opportunities would now be available when they once were not in your country of origin. True that this may be the case for some immigrants, but does the tongue really twist better on the other side of the hemisphere Julia Alvarez's How the Garcia Girls Lost their Accents provides us with a perspective as what we might have overlooked about the lives of immigrants, and the issues they deal with as we become acquainted with the De la Torre-Garcia family struggles with assimilation. Moreover, the book just...
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The popular english accents
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...accents where the words in question are pronounced with a shorter version of a like in cat. Another feature is its non-rhoticity, which means that the letter r at the terminal end of words is not pronounced. For example, mother is pronounced as muhthuh (Grabe et al, 2012: p165). Finally, the vowels also tend towards being conservative than in other Southern England accents that have seen a significant shift in vowels over the past hundred years. Current examples of people speaking this accent are Author Christopher Hitchens, former PM... ? The popular English Accents THE POPULAR ENGLISH ACCENTS Introduction There are great variations in regional accents for English speakers across regions where the first ...
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Where do American public attitudes towards differences come from
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...attitudes towards differences come from? Godmade man superior to all creatures by blessing him with the highest intelligence and the sense to distinguish between things. On top of that, God guided man through the Prophets and the Holy Books at different points in time so that people know what they may do, what they have to do, and what they have to abstain from. Religion lays the basis of civilization as it embodies the complete code of ethics to guide human behavior. Although the teachings of different religions differ from each other, and so do the views and perceptions of the nations following them, yet almost all religions have similar stances over ethics... ? 26 September Where do American public...
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Attitudes Towards Women: How Modernization Has Transformed Culturally Defined Roles
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...Attitudes towards women: how modernization has transformed culturally defined roles The world is changing; there is a certain family or communal belief that defined lines of responsibilities for the two partners heading the house which no longer applies in modern society. Women’s roles are traditionally restricted to the kitchen; they cook, clean, look after children; the society also expects them to be passive and dependent upon men in a number of ways. The man is portrayed as aggressive, provider for the family and the sole decision maker on matters of the family; however, in some cultures in the third world, men relax leaving women to do everything from...
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Attitudes of healthcare and social care professionals towards self-harm
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...Attitudes of healthcare and social care professionals towards self-harm Mental patients may be more of a mystery today living among us, than they were hidden away in the asylum. We do not know them, because they are neither outside society in the world of exclusion, nor are they full citizens - individuals who are like the rest of us. Being neither self nor other, they are a new kind of social construction. Newell & Gournay, 2009, pp. 17 UK has one of the highest rates of self-harm in Europe: 400 per 100,000 populations Mental Health Statistics, 2012 Self-harm or deliberate self-harm, is a concept which is widely experienced in society in contemporary times, yet at the same time, is usually... ...
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Iranian and British Womens Attitudes towards Cesarean Delivery
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...Attitudes towards Cesarean Delivery Aim. This research examined the attitudes of women in Britain and in Iran in relation to childbirth by Cesarean Section (CS). In particular, the aim of the study is to ascertain the factors that exert an influence on the choice of CS as a method of obstetric delivery. Participants. The participants in this research were 30 Iranian women (mean age =26.47 years old, sd = 2.39) living in Iran and 30 British women living in London (mean age = 27.67, sd = 3.49). Materials. An 18-item attitude questionnaire based on a Likert scale response ranging from 1 = strongly agree to 4 = strongly disagree was developed for the purpose of the study... ? Iranian and British Women’s...
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Response to teacher- changes in attitudes towards sex
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...attitude towards sex. “Issues like what we view assex, what we view as sexual, who we perceive to be legitimately involved in sexual activities, and what conditions we believe must be part of valid sexuality vary from one culture to the next, from one historical period to the next, and from one individual to another” (Aulette, 2010). Today, sex has become an essential component of entertainment and has become omnipresent with the aid of media; over the Internet, mobile phones, television, and magazines. As a result of the growing influence of media on the society, American family system has been affected... Q Ans. American family system has been heavily influenced by the changing societal changes of...
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Values and Attitudes towards English as New Englishes Emerge
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...Attitudes towards English as New Englishes Emerge Contents Introduction 2 2. English as a Secondary Language 3 2 Belief and language 3 2.2 Values and language 4 2.3 Traditions and language 6 3. Colonialism and language acquisition 8 3.1 Forced learning 8 3.2 Cultural changes and language 9 3.3 Cultural deconstruction and learning English 10 4. Culture and language acquisition 11 4.1Phraseology 11 4.2 Ritual and framing sentence structures 12 4.3 Defining old culture through new language ideas 13 5. Conclusion 13 Bibliography 14 Values and Attitudes towards English as New Englishes Emerge 1. Introduction The English language grew from having speakers that numbered at about five to seven... ? Values and...
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Values And Attitudes Towards English As New Englishes Emerge
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...Attitudes towards English as New Englishes Emerge Contents Introduction 2 2. English as a Secondary Language 3 2 Belief and language 3 2.2 Values and language 4 2.3 Traditions and language 6 3. Colonialism and language acquisition 8 3.1 Forced learning 8 3.2 Cultural changes and language 9 3.3 Cultural deconstruction and learning English 10 4. Culture and language acquisition 11 4.1Phraseology 11 4.2 Ritual and framing sentence structures 12 4.3 Defining old culture through new language ideas 13 5. Conclusion 13 Bibliography 14 Values and Attitudes towards English as New Englishes Emerge 1. Introduction The English language grew from having speakers that numbered at about... Values and...
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Measuring Attitudes Towards Exercise Among Secondary School Students
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...Attitudes towards Exercise among Secondary School Word Count 578 IntroductionResearch methodology and sociological research often involves the creation and administration of surveys (Jones & Appelbaum, 1989). There are several methods and means which have been developed by scientists over time to provide accurate, useful and user-friendly systems for making these surveys but the two most commonly used systems are Thurstone’s equal interval method and Likert’s method of summated ratings. Since our survey is supposed to measure attitudes towards exercise among secondary school students, Likert’s method would be more useful for us that Thurstone’s. This is because Thurstone’s method is more... Measuring...
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Attitudes towards homosexuality in the long 19th century
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...Attitudes towards Homosexuality in the Long 19th Century Introduction It is apparent that the issue of homosexuality has been contentious since time in memorial. Prejudices and discrimination against persons involved in such deeds have been cited to have been in existence as far as during the biblical times. As Cavendish (2010), points out, during those days, laws were enacted, which stipulated harsh penalties including death penalties for persons found guilty of homosexuality. Nevertheless, some mixed reactions started in the late eighteenth century when there emerged some activists endorsing the acceptance of homosexuality in the society. However, one...
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Exploring the Role of National Culture on Attitudes towards Education
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...Attitudes towards Education: A Research Proposal It is obvious that a person’s family background in terms of socioeconomic factors has an effect on one’s approach to education. Moreover, exposure and access to emerging information technology tools has an effect on the choice of subjects, performance, and other aspects of a student’s school life. However, there is inadequate data on the extent of the effect of these underlying factors on a person’s education, and it is difficult to establish if these are the only cultural factors. In addition, without a clear analysis of data it is impossible to determine if race is still a factor in the education sector... ?Exploring the Role of National Culture on...
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Attitudes
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...towards not what actually they want as a primary need Such as (food intake), which turns in to secondary needs such as (quality food with a fun). McDonald’s had increased their market share with double the number’s in the past recent years due to increase in popularity amongst the children by offering kids meals, and fun meal with the ingredients suits the best along with the attractive packaging with a welcome gift (toy), which turns their face in to smile while experiencing the jumping castle or the kids play area so that the parent’s can... Introduction: It’s not difficult to understand why advertising works, and for what is it practice for and what are they key objectives’ behind huge advertising...
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ATTITUDES
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...attitude one possess. A person with a positive self esteem will have positive attitude towards life. Type of thoughts that one carries is what one becomes, “I am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 90% of how I react to it and so it is with you... we are in charge of our Attitudes.”(Charles N Swindoll). People with the positive... ?Chhatwal Pratiksha Chhatwal Academia Research 9 February Attitudes Attitude is everything! The character of a person is made by the attitude he carries. A person with a positive attitude is always a winner. Positive attitude comes from positive self esteem. Negative attitude is the result of low self esteem which leads to many setbacks in life. A person’s...
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Compare and Contrast their attitudes towards motherhood, proposing why the differences and similarities exist
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...Attitudes towards Motherhood "The Mother" by Gwendolyn Brooks and "Giving Birth" by Margaret Atwood Roll No: Teacher: 9thFebruary 2009 University Attitudes towards Motherhood in "The Mother" by Gwendolyn Brooks and "Giving Birth" by Margaret Atwood “The Mother” by Gwendolyn Brooks is a poem while “Giving Birth” by Margaret Atwood is a short story. Both the works are quite different in terms of attitudes towards motherhood. In “The Mother”, Gwendolyn Brooks informs about a woman who is not a mother but the one who always aborts her children. In spite of the abortion of children, she feels...
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How do local (host) attitudes vary towards different types of tourism and tourists
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...attitudes towards the various types of tourists and tourism. Analysis The interaction of host (locals) and tourist vary from a place to another and over times and has influence on various factors in tourism. The kinds... Tourism Background information The term tourism has the meaning of travelling for recreation, leisure or on business purposes but over a short duration of time. Although the common perception of tourism is on transnational travelling, an emphasis should be given in that tourism would also involve traveling and undertaking such leisure activities as outlined within one’s country. This paper will therefore focus on understanding the distinct factors that influence local or hosts’...
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Comparing Parental attitudes towards children's sleep in united kingdom and Iran
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...Attitudes towards Childrens Sleep in United Kingdom and Iran Introduction Sleep is important to every individual, including children and adults. However, there are differences in the understanding of the importance of quality sleep for children in different cultures. Previous studies on the nature of sleep among children, the quality and time of sleep has been found to be insufficient. For instance, a past survey of American parents revealed that 25 per cent of children had insufficient sleep based on the National Sleep Foundation recommendation (Jones, Owens & Pham, 2012). In yet another study of cross-cultural differences in children’s sleep patterns, Mindell et al., (2010... Comparing Parental...
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Knowledge, Attitudes and Behavior of School Teachers towards Healthy Eating, in Dubai, UAE
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...towards when working towards creating a safe and healthy environment for learners. The rationale of the study A healthy society is a society that invests in the health of its generation. Due to this, it is a critical aspect to ensure that the society puts in place workable measures that will promote the healthy development of the children. Children who do not develop in a healthy manner tend to face difficulties later in life (Wang, Monteiro, & Popkin, 2002). As a result, the entire society suffers. It is for this reason that this study sought... Research Study Affiliation Aims and objectives of the study Knowledge is an important part of our existence. As such, it is important to ensure that you get...
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Exploring Parent's Attitudes Towards Learning Through Play in the Foundation Stage
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...Attitudes Towards Learning Through Play In the Foundation Stage A Research Proposal Aim of the Study This study aims to investigate parents’ attitudes toward learning through play in the foundation stage. Objectives Specific objectives of this research are as follows: 1. To research related literature on why play is important at the foundation stage 2. To explore parents’ beliefs and attitudes regarding play as a way of learning in the foundation stage using primary research. 3. To analyse what play activities are provided at home to complement learning at the foundation stage 4. To consider how learning through play is measured at foundation stage. Rationale of the Study Play... ? Exploring Parents’...
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Attitudes Towards Disabled People Are Now More Positive Than They Have Ever Been
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...Attitudes towards disabled people are now more positive than they have ever been” Disabled people experience differential treatment in the society from different corners (Swain et al., 2004). They generally get a feeling that majority section of people will take a final decision on all important matters in the society and the views of the disabled people are not given much importance. The pain experienced by the disabled people is more in the form of psychological agony than lack of access to physical facilities. The main challenges of the disabled persons are in the form of personal tragedy, dependency, group discrimination and social oppression... ?Order 668391 Critically discuss the following ment:...
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The Impact of Creative Advertising on Consumer's Attitudes towards High and Low Involvement Products
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...Attitudes towards High and Low Involvement Products Table of Contents Introduction 3 Creativity aspects of advertisements 3 Classification of the products in the basis of involvement 4 Creativity in advertising 4 Effect of creativity towards the attitude of people 5 Effects of creativity on psychology 6 Conclusion 10 Reference List 12 Introduction The creation of products and services involves the participation of two different types of entities, the producer and receiver of service and products (Robert and Xiaojing, 2004). The extent of involvement of the two different types of entities depends upon the type of product and service. For example... ? The Impact of Creative Advertising on Consumer's...
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To what extent do religious teachings impact upon attitudes towards sustainability in both production and consumption
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...attitudes towards sustainability in both production and consumption? Introduction The world of production and consumption can be considered as an important facet in the society. There are certain ways wherein the society can be perceived. In relation to such perception, the world of commerce, trade and industries being one of the components in the society is one of the main bases of the study on the application of the different theories in values and religion. The said application can be perceived as an essential field in business ethics. The importance of the study conducted on the relationship of the values as superimposed by the religious... To what extent do religious teachings impact upon...
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The Different accents across the UK
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...ACCENTS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM College Accents refer to the diversity in language that relate to the way pronunciation of words happen with different groups of people. Accents are as a result of regional integration that has over the years led to formation of certain groups of people who pronounce words in certain ways. Interaction of these groups later has also created a drift in the manner of speech amongst the users of the English language. The English language is the most popular if not the only language used in the United Kingdom. While accents affect mostly only pronunciation of words, dialects involve variation in grammar and spelling of words.Even so, accents present a clear... ?DIFFERENT ACCENTS...
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Parents' Attitudes Towards What Their Children Eat and How These Eating Habits Are Formed
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...attitudes towards what their children eat and how these eating habits are formed. The aim ofthe work is to discover whether social and economic status of the family influences these attitudes towards eating and sports, and how the theory of planned behavior can be used in order to change the wrong eating habits of children. It is also necessary to discover in what way parents influence their children's eating habits. There are 20 literary sources used in the work, and the main analysis will be based on the questionnaires, received from parents and containing basic questions about their children's diet. Acknowledgements... The work is devoted to the study of parents'...
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The effects of gender attitudes towards interracial marriages Guess Who is Coming to Dinner
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...attitudes toward interracial partnerships and in the incidence and prevalence of interracial... ? Gender and Interracial Relationships: An Examination of the Movie “Guess Whos Coming to Dinner?” The issue of interracial relationships remain to be a sensitive issue, despite many inroads that have already been taken in terms of ending racial discrimination. Despite the increasing number of interracial relationships and despite the fact that many decades have passed since interracial relationships had been declared as legal, there are still many for whom these relationships carry a stigma. In an article entitled “New Generation does not Blink at Interracial Relationships” published on USA Today (USA Today,...
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Attitudes towards conscription, differences in religion and language in Two Solitudes by Hugh Maclennan
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...towards the unification... The two solitudes by Maclennan Introduction Hugh MacLennan is the of the novel two solitudes written in the year 1945. In the novel, the author views the conflict among the French speaking, Canada’s catholic, the Protestants and also the English speaking Catholics. The author uses various characters to portray the political and also the social conflicts between the French and English Canadians. The characters include a rich Quebec landowner, an industrialist who was English-Canadian and also a writer. The author of the two solitudes indicates that the cultures need to settle their differences (MacLennan and Robert 34). Discussion The novel indicates various dimensions toward...
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How far does (A Common Word) mark a new beginning in Muslim attitudes towards Christian scripture
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...Attitudes Towards Christian Scripture? Introduction In a place called Safawi (situated inside of eastern Jordanian desert), there stands an exclusive, solitary tree. The tree is estimated to be around 1,500 years old and the surrounding area does not have any single tree. The tree is approximately 6 to 8 meters tall and this is regardless of its breadth and age. It is a form of pistachio (butum tree) found only in Jordan and the surrounding nations. It was under this tree that “A Common Word” was initiated. On 13 September 2006, Pope Benedict XVI gave a statement concerning Islam at the University of Regensburg, Germany. His remarks... ?How Far Does (A Common Word) Mark A New Beginning In Muslim...
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An examination of the attitudes of parents towards the impact of play in the Foundation Stage
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...attitudes towards the importance of play in the early year’s education. Also the enquiry will form themes: behaviour... Peeking Into Parents’ Insights on Child’s Play in Early Childhood July 2009 Contents Page Abstract……………………………………………………………………………….3 Section One: Introduction…………………………………………………………4 Section Two: Literature Review…………………………………………………..6 Section Three: Methodology………………………………………………………..20 Section Four: Findings…………………………………………………………….27 Section Five: Conclusion………………………………………………………….39 References…………………………………………………………………………...42 Appendices Appendix 1: Letter of Introduction Appendix 2: Instructions to Inter...
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