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Discuss and explain the Jewish scope for resistance during the Holocaust
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...Babi Yar massacre. They were subjected to torture in such a way as being forced to burn or bury bodies of their own family members in large pits. Approximately, the Nazis killed around fifteen Jews daily totalling to 25,000 when the camp was dismantled after one year (Edelheit and Edelheit 1991, p.288). The ashes of the burnt victims were scattered on fallow fields where prisoners were forced to sleep on since they had no beds. Additionally, those who defied the order to sleep on the ashes were killed by gunshots... Jewish Resistance during the Holocaust Introduction During World War II, the German occupation regimes were increasingly taking control over most cities in Europe, especially those occupied...
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What Were The Political, Economic, And Social Circumstances That Led To The Holocaust
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...Babi Yar. However, by 1942, the Nazi leadership decided to implement the Final... What were the political, economic, and social circumstances that led to the Holocaust The Holocaust has been the most vicious episodes in world history. The Holocaust was the Nazis' assault on the Jews between 1933 and 1945. It reached its peak when the Nazis enforced the 'Final Solution of the Jewish Question in Europe.' During the Holocaust, six million Jews were murdered. However, the Jews were not the only victims of Nazism. It is estimated that as many as 15 million civilians were killed by the Nazi regime, including millions of Slavs and 'asiatics', 200,000 Gypsies and members of various other groups. Furthermore,...
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The Baha'i Faith
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...Babi religion. Babi was a movement within Shi’i Islam. The Shi’i Muslims believe that a series of twelve Imams from the Prophet’s own family are the deserving successors of Prophet Muhammad. According to this belief, those twelve Imams were only eligible to rule the Islamic world and were true divine instruments of divinely transmitted knowledge... Baha’i Faith Introduction Religion has shaped human civilization since centuries. Today, more than half of the people in the world abide by one or the other religion. Many of those who don’t are spiritually inclined. Religion plays a significant role in shaping people’s thoughts, culture, traditions, beliefs, practices, behavior, character etc. Over time,...
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Cyber crime: What are the latest ways to steal identity and money
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...Yar, 2013). Phishing method does not just occur online, some criminals operate their illegal business through the telephone. They pretend that they are the representatives of various reputable agencies or firms. They may ask their victims to verify their personal data (Bharara, 2012). Everyone is advised never to give out their personal information to anyone, not unless you initiated the conversation. The best thing to do when someone asks you to give them your personal information, request him or her to give you a number that you will call back and to check... of their target (Bharara, 2012). Cyber criminals use spyware to collect personal information from the victim without the victim...
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Week 7 assignment 3 Fraud techniques
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...Yar, M. 2010). In general, most internet users tend to relate to the following "theories" under which a country may assert regulatory jurisdiction: (a) A country may assert jurisdiction based on "objective territoriality" when an illegal activity occurs within the country. (b) A country may assert jurisdiction based on the nationality of the wrong doer. (c) A country may assert jurisdiction based on the right to defend the nations sovereignty when faced with terrorization acknowledged as serious in the international community... Lecturer’s name: Course: ...
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Sociology
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...Babi is quite different as she had successfully assimilated in the American culture and had even found a new love. It is not luck that made her enjoy her golden years but her attitude to overcome the transcending scripts of culture that women should be just at home. However, it cannot be denied that elderly citizen long for their native country since the birthplace provides a strong emotional attachment to a person throughout life. Lastly, the chapter about elderly citizens active engagement in community greening is an eye-opener since it portrays the elderly as activists... Aging is a natural process that all human beings pass through. Although negatively viewed by most since it isrelated to death...
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Society is the cause of Evil
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...Yar 2005). Arendt argued that too much altruism or compliance to society’s code of conduct may encourage evil actions. At times, because of selfless obedience to one’s moral duty, the boundary between good and evil becomes blurred. But even though Arendt puts some blame on the society for human errors she believed that individuals should be responsible for their actions (Yar 2005). Beowulf is a perfect example of a man who was transformed by societal pressures. Being a descendant of great warriors, Beowulf has been expected to follow his ancestors’ footsteps. A sane and decent man at first, he became... Introduction Human nature has been an age-old issue, debated by the most intelligent and...
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Discuss the pathogenesis of Hepatitis B infection and the evidence for the contribution of this virus to the development of Hepatocellular Carcinoma in chronically infected individual
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...Yar Khan-Sadiqabad. Saarbrücken, VDM Verlag Dr. Müller. http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:101:1-20101119136.... B Hepatitis B Introduction Hepatitis B refers to a disease brought about by the hepatitis B virus. Hepatitis B has thecapacity to be acute or even chronic. Infectivity with hepatitis B disease is the primary source of chronic hepatitis globally and people who have the chronic hepatitis B contagion are at amplified threat for developing hepatocellular carcinoma, which is liver cancer. The hepatitis B disease is a DNA bug, meaning that deoxyribonucleic acids make up its inherent material (Hepatitis B Foundation 2012, p. 1). Cause and Pathogenesis The hepatitis B virus belongs to a kind of viru...
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Fraud And Cyber Terrorism
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...Yar, M. 2010). In general, most internet users tend to relate to the following "theories" under which a country may assert... ? Lecturer’s Introduction Fraud activities have in the recent times increased as many people are desperate and are engaging themselves in crime as they try to make ends meet and hence participating in the acts of fraud in their work places and other institutions. Fraud-fighting actions can be categorized into three main groups: prevention, detection and investigation. Fraud prevention includes acts such as scheming corporate fraud policies, introducing internal audit departments, implementing internal controls and whistle-blower systems. The strategic method of fraud is an...
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Integrated Marketing Communications
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...Babi, 2007, p.58).In an analysis of the market many assumptions are put... ? Benefits and Challenges of Integrated Marketing By Introduction Integrated marketing communications is a method for attracting and retaining customer relations that will help an organization maintain a competitive advantage through communication methods. The customer relations that will be maintained by the organization through integrated marketing communication will lead to value increase in the organization products brands (Kitchen, &Pelsmacker, 2004, p 147). For instance, Coca Cola applied communications method to attract and retain customers through its website and CSR. Various methods of communication such as billboard...
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A criminal offends because he is caused to do so in a way which the non criminal is not. Discuss this claim in relation to positivist criminology
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...Yar and Penna presented... Positivist Criminology ‘A criminal offends because he is caused to do so in a way which the non criminal is not’. Discuss this claim in relation to positivist criminology. Introduction The actual nature of crime, the reasons for which it is committed and how it can be stopped are the most crucial elements for the societal development and overall economic progress. These elements are generally investigated by criminologists. Criminology has become one of the growing fields with ever increasing rate of research and theoretical advancement because of continuously increasing rate of crime. These theories are fundamentally based upon the link between people and the particular crimes ...
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Criminology
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...Yar 52). According to classical thinkers, the only way to ensure justice is through punishment while positivists see the elimination of crime causes as the way of ensuring justice. Similarly, positivists and classical theorist conceptualize social control differently. While classical theorists suggest that law makes punishments increasingly severe to override crime benefits, positivists suggest that offenders and their conditions are essentially unique as compared to others... Introduction Criminology is an area of investigation that explains crime from an empirical or scientific perspective. Those conducting research in this field focus on crime, how people commit crime, why they commit crime and the...
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Starbucks and Corporate Social Responsibility
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...yars t bst clan-watr supplis in prr cuntris. ths was acquird by Starbucks in April but has bn availabl in th US fr sm tim, in strs such as Whl Fds. This rlativ brand familiarity and th prcptin f it bing stablishd indpndntly f a glbal playr lik Starbucks may hlp initial markting ffrts. Th caus-rlatd markting initiativ cmplmnts Starbucks' rcnt fcus n incrasing its cmmitmnt t scially rspnsibl practics, including prviding thically-prducd cff. Caus-rlatd prjcts hav bcm an incrasingly ppular way f cnncting with cnsumrs as thy tap int shard attituds and valus. (Barr, 2007, 234-67) Starbucks and crprate scial respnsibility xplanatin Th Starbucks Crpratin, a Sattl, WA basd cff hus... Running Head: Starbucks...
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The effect of China's less stringent trade policies on the global economy
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...Yar-yiu, 2003). Over half of this inward foreign direct investment has gone into the manufacturing sector, which by far has very few restrictions on foreign ownership especially as these foreign affiliates play an important part in the Chinese economy as reflected in their contribution to manufactured goods output, which in 2002 stood at almost 30%. Contrary to the impression that foreign affiliates have invested in China mostly as a manufacturing platform for sales into the global market, about 60 percent of the output of joint ventures and wholly foreign-owned firms is sold in the domestic market. (Wong, Yar-yiu, 2004) Conclusion Chinese least stringent economic... Introduction Open trade policies are...
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Complete Research Paper Drafts and Peer Reviews
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...Yar 93). The study by Ghose, Smith, and Telang, does not include this potential loss in the calculation of the impact on the total welfare of the society. However, against this setback must be weighed the advantages in terms of lowered costs resulting from the introduction f the internet. These costs lowered... Ho Yeung Shiu ENG102 Amanda Laughtland JAN 27 Research: The Impact of Technology on the Publishing Industry Introduction According to Otuoma (33) the internet has resulted in both positive and negative impacts on the publishing industry. Specifically, the internet, the e-education (e-book) and printing-on-demand have impacted on all aspects of the publishing value chain. For instance, among the...
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Philosophy Essay on Soul
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...Yar used to be intimate (Star Trek). Data demonstrates the sensitivity and respect a machine without soul would never show, and based on Plato’s writings, it is possible to assume that Data’s body is inseparable from his soul. The latter helps him to understand the complexity of the world. Like Plato, Descartes was extremely concerned with the questions of human body and soul. However, unlike Plato, the perspective Descartes chooses is called ‘doubt’. In the First Meditation... ? 19 June Soul The relationship of body and soul is one of the fundamental questions in philosophy. Since the earliest times, the humanity sought to explain the presence (or absence) of metaphysical substances and the role they...
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The Google Boys
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...yar-old Sergey had started collaboration on their first search engine called BackRub, which could analyze the “back links” pointing to a given website. The friends were limited in cash and had to borrow computers for their network. BackRub became popular in the campus. The work on the new technology was continued. Larry and Sergey bought a terabyte of disks at bargain price to build their computer housing. The Google’s first data center was in Larry’s dorm room. Having set up a business office, they started looking for potential partners. However, the new technology was not known and many companies, including Yahoo... Google’ was made of the word googol referring to the number represented by the numeral ...
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Soul
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...Yar used to be intimate (Star Trek). Data demonstrates the sensitivity and respect a machine without soul would never show, and based on Plato’s writings, it is possible to assume that Data’s body is inseparable from his soul. The latter helps him to understand the complexity of the world. Like Plato, Descartes was extremely concerned with the questions of human body and soul. However, unlike Plato, the perspective Descartes chooses is called ‘doubt’. In the First... 19 June Soul The relationship of body and soul is one of the fundamental questions in philosophy. Since the earliest times, the humanity sought to explain the presence (or absence) of metaphysical substances and the role they play in...
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How to start a new business venture
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...Yar, Dix and Bajekal, 2006) On the other hand, key workers like doctors and nurses are also available, and this availability is also rising with time as shown below in graph. Figure 3: Key healthcare workers (Source: Yar, Dix and Bajekal, 2006) On the other hand, a large number of drug suppliers and other medical equipments providers are present. Hence, bargaining power of suppliers is quite moderate. 3.2.2. Bargaining power of consumer The health care sectors of UK is primarily unaffected by the bargaining power of buyers. Due to increasing health related problems, the UK people are availing... ?How to start a new business venture: Marketing Plan Table of Contents Introduction 4 2.Background of Scenario ...
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Eassy of <A Thousand Splendid Suns>
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...baby 7 times, giving Rasheed reason to treat her as a worker and violate her... Life is different when you take a risk Introduction In his novel A Thousand Splendid Suns, the scholar, Khaled Hosseiniwrites about the life of two Afghan women, Mariam and Laila, from 1964 to 2003. In the first place, the author describes Mariam’s character traits and how she lost her mother. Thereafter, she is kicked out of Jalil’s house at the age of 15 and involuntarily forced to get married to Rasheed, a sluttish, impolite, and violent shoes maker in Kabul. The reason behind all this torture is based on her father’s claims, one of the richest men in Herat, who was against her stay at their hometown. Miriam had lost her...
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Socail processes and practices on identity development
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...Yar 2011, pp. 111-120... The Social Processes and Practices on Identity Development Introduction Identity development remains characterized by collective processes based on evaluations of social processes and practices shared across all groups. Researches on identity development concerning social processes and practices have largely focused on individuals’ social practices, for instance racism. The psychology of social processes and practices does affect the development of identity in different contexts. Thus, an understanding of social processes and practices contribute to perceptions especially amongst minority groups. Social processes and practices remain subject to social contexts and factors...
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Social Networks
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...Yar, 2006). Cyber space hackers have more than... ? Cyber Security Vulnerabilities and Associated Threats Insert Insert Grade Insert Insert Introduction The modern worldentirely depends on cyberspace or internet for almost all its operations, without which virtually all the areas that govern human life would come to a stand still. Cyberspace has dominated human life and man has proved that he cannot do without it. Among the areas that man has widely continued to show great interest by using internet services has been in the economic sector. Cyberspace has been an important gadget in the economic arena. It has by and large bridged the gap between willing buyers and sellers hence distance has proved to be...
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Cyber Crime Complaint Center (in United Arab Emirates)
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...Yar have been written on this topic. Still as this research topic is fresh so the depth study is required as mentioned in the recent work of Nhan and Bachmann (2010). The cyber crime increases as the growth of internet connectivity increases in any area and as we know that the new technology is wholly dependent upon the internet so the growth of internet connectivity is rapidly increasing in every area of the world. Higgins, G. (2010) discussed the challenges and threats due to increasing cybercrime... Cyber Crime Complaint Center (in United Arab Emirates) Where globalization has brought advancements in our life, there has come number of problems along with it as well. The cyber crime is the bitter...
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To what extent do electronic cimmerce influence the lifestyle of lancaster people
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...yar and Tjoa (2013) assert that social familiarity with computer science improves acquaintance with online shopping, making the industry flourish. Furthermore, online shopping maintains fewer costs... To what extent does electronic commerce influence the lifestyle of the people of Lancaster? BY YOU YOUR SCHOOL INFO HERE HERE 0 Introduction Electronic commerce (e-commerce) is the method of selling or trading different products over a digital exchange, most often the Internet. E-commerce is often facilitated for marketing reasons, collecting important quantitative data about customers, and can also be facilitated through digital technologies such as smartphones (Laudon and Guercio-Traver 2014). E-commerce...
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Introduction to Law and Economics
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...Yar Bukrs’ critique of health care funding and the notions of the privatization of health care assume a whole new meaning in the sense that even while affiliating to the provisions of the Canada Health Act 1984, it is viable and possible to make the system more efficient and equitable by resorting to an affordable and efficient privatization of the delivery of the health care services, thereby sparing resources that could be spent on other social imperatives like education and infrastructure. The way the Canada’s health care system is burgeoning, it is bound to take... ? CECN321 D10- Introduction to Law and Economics of the Law of the Concerned October 16, CECN321 D10- Introduction to Law and Economics...
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Art
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...Yar, which Oldenburg says sounds to him like New York - and as a phallic symbol also it relates to another of Oldenburgs fundamental preoccupations: the erotic. By and large, the exhibition was an extraordinary poetic evocation of the city through the medium of some of its humblest and least valued materials. Giant Fireplug Trowel Scale B Works Cited Rubin, G. Susan. Whaam! The Art and Life of Roy Lichtenstein. New York: Books for Young Readers, 2008. Print. Wilson, Simon. Pop Art. Modern Art, 11 Nov. 2004. Web. 04 Nov. 2011. Whiting Cecile. Pop L.A.: Art and the City in the 1960s. California: University of California Press.2006. Print.... Question: Discuss arts and paintings that changed the world...
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Cybercrime and Privacy
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...Yar 141). Apart from the financial losses, cyber crimes involving identity thefts, spamming and use of malicious software causes loss of important data (Reyes et al. 303). According to statistics made available by the Internet Crime Complaint Center (2011), the major types of crimes and frauds reported during the year 2011 included impersonation; work-from-home scams... ?Cybercrime and privacy Contents Sr. # Topic Pg Introduction 2 2. Significance, scope and extent of the problem 3 3. The myths of cybercrime 6 4. Dangers of cybercriminals & impact on the society 8 5. Need for legislation 11 5. Conclusion 13 Works Cited 14 1. Introduction: There has been a dramatic rise in the reach and availability of...
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Music industry and peer-2-peer download
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...Yar, 2008: p44). This legal approach was criticized for its inability to stem illegal music... Countering Peer-2-Peer Downloads in the Music Industry through PR COUNTERING PEER-2-PEER DOWNLOADS IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY THROUGH PR Introduction Following a decade of suing thousands of individuals for allegedly using the internet to download music illegally through peer-2-peer (P2P) networks, the music industry in the recent has past dropped its legal approach for other more effective methods of tackling the practice, especially public relations campaigns. This decision is representative of a profound strategic shift in the music industry, which has already litigated over 30,000 individuals since 2003 (Yar, 200...
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Book Report General Patton
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...yar-old- soldier, who was crying loud. The soldier told Patton that he can not stand shelling anymore. As the witnesses testified afterwards Patton “burst into rage... ?Book Report General Patton George Smith Patton was borne in 1885 in San Gabriel, California to George Smith Patton Sr. and his Ruth Wilson, the richfamily of Scottish descent. As a child Patton read deeply in military history and classics. His father was a friend of the former Confederate Army’s officer john Singleton Mosby. As Patton grew up he used to listen to Moby’s stories of his Civil War and guerilla exploits and dreamed of becoming a war hero some day1. General Patton married Beatrice Banning Ayer the daughter of Frederick Ayer, a ...
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Sociology 5
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...Yar M. (2005). The Novelty of Cybercrime: An Assessment in Light of Routine Activity Theory. Eur. J. Criminal. 2(4): 407-427.... Running Head: Cybercrime: A Sociological perspective A nasty and fast growing aspect compute technology facingsociety, the business community and governments the world over is cybercrime. As technology continues to grow, even criminals are enhancing their tricks. Media coverage of the WikiLeaks for instance provoked everyone to focus on the state of vulnerability that corporate and governments are placed in by criminals working online. Retail and financial organizations are not spared by the growing menace of cyber; MasterCard international, PayPal and Amazon are some...
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Contract tender process in the work environment
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...Yar (2006) pointed out that there are several reasons while criminals use the cyberspace to operate; that is, their motivations are of different types. However, the following two indices could used as yardsticks for understanding why computer crime is multiplying in our world: (a) Greed and Self-interest: Against all backdrops, computer criminals are predominantly motivated by personal greed and self-interest when they carry out their heinous operations (Yar, 2006) (Cybercrime and Society). An “internal criminal” may be interested in laying his/her on the vital data of his/her employer in order to profit from them by selling them to the others who may need them badly... Computer-Related Crimes:...
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Puerto Rican Beliefs and Practices
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...Babi?n, M. T., & American... ? PUERTO RICAN BELIEFS AND PRACTICES Introduction The Puerto Rican history is distinct in the United s immigration history, just as it occupies a unique and mostly confusing position in the civic fabric of US. Puerto Rico has been possessed by the United States over a century now, but the group has never formed a state. In their migration to the United State, Puerto Ricans left their own homeland with a unique culture and traditions, and their transition involved various cultural crises and emotional adjustments faced by most immigrants. Their migration experience is evident as internal immigration – as an experience of immigrants within their own territory, but their new...
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Importance of Monitoring and Evaluation in Complex Projects
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...Babi mill on the Mura River, December 8, 2005, Available at: http://www.zrc-sazu.si/gi/acs/Nared_Ravbar_43.pdf.[html version]. Woodhill, J, (IUCN M&E Facilitator for East and Southern Africa), "Planning, Monitoring and Evaluating Programmes and Projects." Introduction to Key Concepts, Approaches and Terms, Working Draft. Global Monitoring and Evaluation Initiative. Version 1 - March 2000. December 7, 2005, Available at: http://www.iucn.org/themes/eval/documents2/pme_concepts/pme_concepts_terms_00.PDF.... Importance of Monitoring and Evaluation in Complex Projects Introduction Monitoring and evaluation are important for all projects of all levels. Forcomplex projects especially, they are becoming...
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Cyber security is said to be a big issue for business costing not only lost revenue but damaged reputations and lost custom. Yo
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...Yar 2006). The Microsoft windows group policy is applied in grouping the different categories of users that are suppose to get access to some particular information. It is a key component that gives specific setups for particular group of users. To avoid this, the default credential should be unique as in; it should not be related to the name of the institution or the company ( Wall 2009). Weak access credential and brute force attack can be eliminated by ensuring that employee that uses the system must log on using a user name and password that expires every two weeks and should be renewed by making a request so that the administrator is aware. To stop... ?Cyber security is said to be a big issue for...
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Criminology: Cyber Crime
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...Yar warns that strange stalkers will also obtain the information via internet resources like the profiles used in opening email or chat accounts (19). After obtaining the personal information of the victim, cyber criminal may post the details in the sexual websites and dating internet resources while impersonating the actual victim. Stalkers will even display very dirty messages and images perceived to attract attention of the consumers of the internet sexual sites. In most cases, the stalkers leave phone calls, addresses and location of the victim for any... Criminology: Cyber Crime Introduction The invention and introduction of computer technology presented great advantages that made it receive warm...
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E-commerce & it // maritime industry
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...Yar (2006) states that cyber crime can reduce the production of as business because of time wasting. This occurs when its IT personnel have are forced to devote a lot of time handling incidences of cyber crime. Reduced productivity can also result from measures placed to counter cyber crime. These include entering many passwords and performing other time-consuming actions that waste employee time. Things the company can do to guard against cyber crime Some of the things than... There is increased usage of computers by organisations and individuals across the world. Computers are of great economic benefit to most of their users. No wonder new generations are growing up with them forming an essential...
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An investigation on consumer perception and trust in e-banking transactions through mobile phone.The case of Lloyds TSB
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...Yar, 2010). Customers can deem to perceive new technology system as a threat and this factor acts as a cause for rejection. The major aspect which worries customers the most in e-banking is transaction related risks and failure of banks to guarantee rapid services. This is particularly true for e-banking because there is no physical separation between the bank and the customers... ?E-Commerce: An Investigation on Consumer Perception and Trust in E-Banking Transactions through Mobile Phone. The Case of Lloyds TSB Table of Contents Chapter 2: Literature Review 3 2.1 Introduction 3 2.2 Consumer Perception Theory 4 2.2.1 Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) 4 4 2.2.2 Theory of Reasoned Action (TRA) 5 2.2.3...
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Ethnicity and Nationalism
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...Yar-Adua) may only serve as such for 2 terms; the same is true of all State governors. The main issues of the Nigerian government, whether civilian or military as it has been since 1960, is the unity of ethnic factions and the eradication of violence and illegality in terms of elections. As recently as the 2007 Nigerian elections, the international community criticized the elected government for its re-election under questionable methods; bullying tactics... Teacher 30 December 2007 Ethni and Nationalism: the Existence of a Nigerian Nation Introduction Nigeria isa country whose history stretches beyond documentation, and whose people still have close bonds with their ancestral culture. After gaining ...
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Global perspective
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...Yar’ Adua paid much attention to appropriate procedure by reviewing and overturning a number of suspect agreements granted by its predecessor (Adegbite, Kenneth and Olufemi392). It is clear that the government plays a principal role in ordering economic policy. This is shown through a scenario... Submitted President of Blue Sun Energy Company International Development Director SUBJECT: Expansion of the Blue Sun Energy Company The purpose of this memo is to propose an expansion of the company to Nigeria according to the discussed prevailing factors in the country that prove favorable for the launch of the company. Blue Sun Energy Company deals with renewable energy and it is established in Greensboro, No...
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TO WHAT EXTENT CAN CORRUPTION BE BLAMED FOR UNDERDEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA, A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA
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...Yar-adua because he had performed well as the governor in Katsina. However, Yar-adua became well known for his frequent foreign trips for medical treatment and eventually died of prolonged illness. His attempts to reduce corruption did not succeed. The next president was Goodluck Jonathan who reiterated his commitments towards eradicating corruption in Nigeria. Nigeria is a nation with immense potential because it is bestowed with extensive natural resources. All its regions are blessed with abundance in agricultural production and mineral resources that were meaningfully used by them prior to independence, primarily because an effective federal... ? TO WHAT EXTENT CAN CORRUPTION BE BLAMED FOR...
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Digital Evidence ethics and computer forensics
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...Yar, M 2006, Cybercrime and society, SAGE.... ?Digital evidence for computer forensics Number Content related crime. Overview Content related crime is computer crime that targets to corrupt the mind of the victim. The most common is child pornography. This is directed at sexually abusing the child. The scenario whereby somebody view, posses or produce and distribute copies of obscene images is a very sensitive thing that is considered a crime. When pornographic materials are found in somebody’s computer, it is considered as a crime and is punishable by law. The perpetrators can be the staff in the companies or even the student. When it comes to ethical issues, somebody or the culprit may want to run away ...
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Cyber/digital attacks
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...Yar, M. (2006). Cybercrime and society. SAGE.... Cyber/digital attacks Number Cyber attacks Cyber-attacks are a deliberate or unintentional un ized task, which cannot be avoided or is in avoidable that that is capable of causing a vagary on the cyberspace resources. The scope of cyber-attack is expands from hardware, software, data that is stored, data in transit, people, documents and other hardware needed like printer cartridges. The different types of attack that are detriment to cyber security are Keylogging and spyware Description The first digital attack is keylogging and spyware. This is a malware that is built to illegally obtain, track and block the right of a user to get access to the system....
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Expansion of the Blue Sun Energy Company
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...Yar’ Adua paid much attention to appropriate procedure by reviewing and overturning a number of suspect agreements granted by its predecessor (Adegbite, Kenneth and Olufemi392). It is clear that the government plays a principal role in ordering economic policy. This is shown through a scenario whereby... Submitted President of Blue Sun Energy Company International Development Director SUBJECT: Expansion of the Blue Sun Energy Company The purpose of this memo is to propose an expansion of the company to Nigeria according to the discussed prevailing factors in the country that prove favorable for the launch of the company. Blue Sun Energy Company deals with renewable energy and it is established in...
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In the world of today where much depends upon computers and their associated networks, computer-related crime appears to be becoming a major problem. Describe and analyse the range of computer-related crimes and, based upon this analysis, offer up some ef
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...Yar, M. 2006, Cybercrime and Society, London: Sage.... In the world of today where much depends upon computers and their associated networks, computer-related crime appears to be becoming a major problem.Describe and analyse the range of computer-related crimes, based upon this analysis, offer up some effective countermeasures. The world of information technology and communication has changed not just small communities but societies globally – improvement in productivity, revolutionary labour processes, unhindered capital flow and much more. The use of computers has accelerated and penetrated every walk of life with computers becoming the lifeblood of societies. For example, infrastructures such as water...
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Measuring Public Sector Performance
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...baby-boomers began playing a more active role in society as employees, shareholders, and voters. These baby-boomers turned out to become stakeholder activists who began demanding more from their governments, their employers, and from the managements of companies whose shares they owned (and who dirtied their environment). Second, the number of service organisations in the private sector increased... Measuring Public Sector Performance Table of Contents Table of Contents ii Introduction Measuring Organisational Performance Factors that Influence Organisational Performance Measurement 3 Financial and Non-Financial 3 Quantitative and Qualitative 4 Employee Behaviour 4 Organisational Culture 5 Common Model...
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Primary Health Care: An Impossible Dream
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...Yar, & H. Meltzer, eds. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Observatory (European Observatory on Health Care Systems) (2002) Health care systems in eight countries: trends and challenges. London: London School of Economics & Political Science. OECD (2003) Health-Care Systems: Lessons from the Reform Experience. Elizabeth Docteur and Howard Oxley, eds. Paris: OECD. OECD (2003) Monitoring and Improving the Technical Quality of Medical Care: A New Challenge for Policy Makers in OECD Countries. Soeren Mattke, ed. Paris:OECD. OECD (2004), "Private Health... Primary Health Care: An Impossible Dream Introduction: Primary Health Care The First International Conference on Primary Health Care was organised bythe...
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Discuss the Influence of Modern Media Sources On Terrorism In a Globalised World With Many Cultural Differences
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...Yar (Eds.): Handbook of Internet Crime. Portland: Willan Publishing Entman, R. M. (2003). “Cascading Activation: Contesting the White House’s Frame After 9/11.” Political Communication 20, pp. 34-66. Feldman, Robert. 2006. “Fund Transfers – African Terrorists Blend Old and New: Hawala and Satellite Telecommunications.” Small Wars and Insurgencies 17, pp. 34-56. Hinnen, T. M. (2004). “The Cyber-Front in the War on Terrorism: Curbing Terrorist Use of the Internet” The Columbia Science and Technology Law Review, 5, pp. 54-66 Hoffman, Bruce. 2006. Inside Terrorism (Revised... School: Topic: DISCUSS THE INFLUENCE OF MODERN MEDIA SOURCES ON TERRORISM IN A GLOBALISED WORLD WITH MANY CULTURAL DIFFERENCES ...
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Geopolitics of Cameroon and Nigeria boarder Crises: Energy impact of the international court of justice decision on production of oil in the Gulf of Guinea
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...Yar’ Adua, who was under pressure from the United Nations, the International Court of Justice decision was finally ratified and a final agreement signed with Cameroon in March 2008. About one-third of the population of Bakassi Peninsula, approximately 100,000 people, has moved to other parts of Nigeria. Since then, Nigeria has continued to try to improve maritime security in the region and its navy, which is assisted by the United States navy and forces from neighbouring states, has launched the African Partnership Station to try to enhance security in the Gulf of Guinea. Thus, interstate relations have improved... Geopolitics of Cameroon and Nigeria boarder Crises: Energy impact of the International...
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