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A Closer Look at Berkowitz's Concept of Evil
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...Berkowitz’s Concept of Evil Section Introduction Leonard Berkowitz is a social psychologist who is known for his studies on human aggression. His area of expertise is in the deeper understanding of how an emotional state, particularly anger, is formed, how it operates and how it can be controlled. His books include Aggression: A Social Psychological Analysis (1962) and Aggression: Its Causes, Consequences, and Control (1993). Berkowitz held the position of editor for a series of books called Advances in Experimental Social Psychology from 1962 until 1987. In this article, Berkowitz aims to define what evil is, differentiating it from what is bad or wrong. The article will explain... A Closer Look at...
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Case Study (Son of Sam)
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...Berkowitz, aka “The Son of Sam” was a serial killer who killed several people in New York during the 1970s. Berkowitz said that the reason he was killing people was because he resented his parents and he was upset because women had rejected him. He invented the “Son of Sam” character because he wanted to convince the jury that he was insane should he ever be caught (Montaldo, 2005). Berkowitz was adopted by Nathan and Pearl Berkowitz, a middle class couple that lived in the Bronx. Although his parents loved him and doted on him, Berkowitz could not get over the issue of his adoption. He felt rejected because of it and he eventually became a loner. He... was not a particularly handsome man and...
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...Berkowitz of The Dilenschneider Group based in New York City talked about “The Power of Persuasion.” Based from the researcher’s understanding of Mr. Berkowitz’s speech, it mainly focused on two ideas: on how can students communicate with people in their job after they graduated, and on how can one open his or her own business in the future. In this case, Mr. Berkowitz actually emphasized the fact that it is very important for graduates to be persuasive in communicating with other people, especially when they are already working in their chosen professions. By being persuasive, Mr. Berkowitz stated... Conference Summary Last April 18, the researcher attended a seminar wherein the main speaker, Mr. Bob...
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The Power of Persuasion
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...Berkowitz of The Dilenschneider Group based in New York City talked about “The Power of Persuasion.” Based from the researcher’s understanding of Mr. Berkowitz’s speech, it mainly focused on two ideas: on how can students communicate with people in their job after they graduated, and on how can one open his or her own business in the future. In this case, Mr. Berkowitz actually emphasized the fact that it is very important for graduates to be persuasive in communicating with other people, especially when they are already working in their chosen professions. By being persuasive, Mr. Berkowitz stated... ? Conference Summary Last April 18, the researcher attended a seminar wherein the main speaker, Mr. Bob...
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Insanity
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...Berkowitz. Known as the “Son of Sam”, Berkowitz killed... The Insanity Defense is used more frequently than necessary, but only a few cases fit the criteria for this defense. It is wrongly presumed that if a defendant has a mental illness that they can use the Insanity Defense. However, the law in most of the fifty states require a defendant to not know right from wrong to be acquitted on the basis of legal insanity. Only three states have a law against using the Insanity Defense. This paper will take a brief look at several cases that have used the Insanity Defense successfully and unsuccessfully. The first case where the Insanity Defense should have been used, but was not, is the case of David Berk...
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W 6 Marketing A&S answers
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...Berkowitz (2010) takes on the public perception and expectation from advertisement. In their opinion, the growing concern of the public on quality and cost as the two most critical variables for consideration when deciding on health service gives service providers a major responsibility to ensuring that they are able to meet the consumer at the point of this perception. Meanwhile, using advertisement for the form of communication only emphasizes on issues of advocacy without giving prior concern to competitive arguments... such as differences in quality and cost. Based on this reasoning, it would generally be accepted that the best way to portray healthcare advertisement is to use it as a...
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ARNP Project Last Wk
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...Berkowitz and Bartlett (2010) suggest the use of a strategic marketing plan. Once the strategic marketing plan is used, ARNP will be expected to go through certain steps as exemplified in the diagram below. Source: Fuchsix Focus (2009... School: ARNP PROJECT LAST WEEK Lecturer: ARNP PROJECT LAST WEEK Marketing remains a crucial way, by which theservices of ARNP can reach its target segment, especially the Generation Y (Gen Y) group. However, ARNP ought to realize that its marketing is in constant competition with what other service providers are also doing in-house by way of marketing. To ride above this challenge, using strategic marketing principles is the most recommended option for ARNP. By this,...
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W 6 Marketing A&S answers
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...Berkowitz (2010) takes on the public perception and expectation from advertisement. In their opinion, the growing concern of the public on quality and cost as the two most critical variables for consideration when deciding on health service gives service providers a major responsibility to ensuring that they are able to meet the consumer at the point of this perception. Meanwhile, using advertisement for the form of communication only emphasizes on issues of advocacy without giving prior concern to competitive arguments... such as differences in quality and cost. Based on this reasoning, it would generally be accepted that the best way to portray healthcare advertisement is to use it as a...
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Signature
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...Berkowitz has one of the most widely discussed modus operandi in the world. His MO involved.44 Charter arms bulldog revolver as the weapon of choice. The fire arm as five rounds and is specifically designed for close combat (Gresswell & Hollin, 1994, 307-318). The majority of Berkowitz attacks were blitzed shootings however at times he disguised the crime scene to cover up his true intentions and the nature of the act. For example, in the murder of Lauria-Valenti, Berkowitz chose to conceal the gun before the shooting (Gresswell & Hollin, 1994, 307-318). In addition, during the DeMasi-Lomino murder he approached the victims asking for directions (Gresswell & Hollin, 1994, 307-318... ? Signature Signature ...
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Healthcare marketing for a Profit and Non-profit Business
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...Berkowitz, 2006). Furthermore, the marketing strategies aim at attracting the attention of charitable organizations, government agencies, and businesses which can offer support through corporate social responsibility. References Berkowitz, E. (2006). Essentials of health care marketing. Sudbury, Mass.: Jones and Bartlett Publishers. Kolb, B. (2008). Marketing research for non-profit, community and creative organizations. Amsterdam: Elsevier Butterworth-Heinemann.... marketing for a Profit and Non-profit Business al Affiliation: Healthcare marketing for a Profit and Non-profit Business Profit and non-profit health care business has numerous similarities and differences. The marketing process also di...
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Character education parents as partners
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...Berkowitz and Bier (20050 explore the question of parental involvement in early childhood education. As the researchers contend, given the complexity of character education, and the many factors and forces which impact it, parental involvement is a constructive addition to the early childhood education paradigm. While not disputing the centrality of the school's role in character development, Berkowitz and Bier (2005) draw attention to the fact that it is hardly the only... Early childhood education is a complex area of study since its concerns extend beyond academic and mental development to encompass character education, socialization and socio-cognitive development. Proceeding from this premise,...
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The development of morality
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...Berkowitz, 1998). Typically, the child will copy the behavior, words, or actions if the adult has modeled the behavior enough and if the adult is seen to be powerful in some capacity... ?Discuss the major influences on the development of morality. Identify various ways that adults can promote moral growth in children. Perhaps the biggest influence on development of morality is the interaction that children receive from other people. According to the article entitled “Moral Development and Moral Education: An Overview,” renowned psychologists Jean Piaget and Lawrence Kohlberg concluded from their studies that children build their morals from the interactions that they participate in with others. This is...
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Air Canada
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...Berkowitz).Case analyses have shown that the use of legal or structural coercion to force certain objectives... Air Canada Case Study Air Canada is the prime airline in Canada. It was founded in the year 1936 and it currently has 178 destinations globally. Montreal, Quebec is the airline’s corporate headquarters. Judging by its number of destinations, Air Canada comes up as the tenth largest passenger airline worldwide. Just in the year 2011 alone, it had a total of CA$10.2 billion from passenger revenue only. This case study tries to examine the effect of political influence on the air line and hence provide solutions or advices to the various conflicts. There are two perspectives to demonstrate the pol...
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International Financial Management
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...Berkowitz, 2008) and Volvo (originally Swedish) is now owned by Geely which is a Chinese company (IBSEN, 2010). The stock market activities are now largely dependent on the availability of information. Stocks are traded on the basis of information coming from across the world. And with the time difference between the major stock markets from East to West, stock market activities are now... School Affects Of Globalization on the Financial and Stock Markets Globalization is the buzz word of the 21st century. It defines how our world has shrunk with the help of improved communications with the help of information technology, primarily the internet. So how does globalization affect the financial markets...
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Metabical Case Questions
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...Berkowitz 161). Once the need is recognized and the problem identified, consumers engage in information search during which they attempt to find proper solutions to the problems. Consumers acquire information from various sources in order to make independent decisions and evaluate the options available for them. Information during this stage can be acquired from the internet, newspapers and even magazines. Once the information on the product of choice is acquired, consumers undergo a process... What is the decision-making process for Metabical? Who is involved in the process? Consumers have a common behavior pattern as far as the process of purchasing products is concerned. Based on the decision-making ...
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MARKETING - FINAL CHAPTER PROBLEMS
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...Berkowitz, 2010). Food products appeal to various people all the time and this industry does not necessarily require loyalty like the health care sector. Health care products depend on variables... ? Promotional Strategies Affiliation: Question Chapter 7 A website page refreshing every ten minutes to help practitionersfollow up with appointments is a strategy for the organization behind the website to maintain a certain level of relationship between service users and providers. According to Eric’s 2010 publication, Essentials of Health Care Marketing, customer relations are important variables that health care institutions and practitioners have to maintain for the sake of their businesses, reputation of ...
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Health care
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...Berkowitz, 2006). References Berkowitz, E. N. (2006). Essentials of health care marketing. Sudbury, Mass: Jones and Bartlett Publishers. Cahill, D. J. (2006). Lifestyle market segmentation. New York: Haworth Press Kotler, P., Shalowitz, J., & Stevens, R. J. (2008). Strategic marketing for health care organizations: Building a customer-driven health system. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.... Health Care Lecturer: Health Care Health Care Approaches for Meeting Market Objectives Many patients develop health complications, which results because of poor eating styles; hence, there is need to educate the patient on effective eating habits of nutritious diet. This is vital because it will enable the facility to...
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The Lived Experience of Ordinary People
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...Berkowitz & Dewitt, 2013). Diplomacy and development issue key issues to improve as they are two major factors of their national security plan, and to make sure that their procedures of intelligence collection and analysis are assisting them in facing their enemies. In the past years... Lived experience of ordinary people American history has changed in the of people’s lives. Focusing on the forms of communication in America in the past years it is evident that there has been a great dynamism in this field of communication. In 1960s through 1980s indicated time of growth and maturity for the television, with coming up of recent technologies like satellites in programming delivery. Before 1967 the...
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Senior Survey/Program Reflection
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...Berkowitz, L. (1986). A survey of social psychology. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.... Senior Survey al The BSP program is of tremendous avail to individuals as it has a plethora of benefits. For example, it avails in diagnosing noetic illness and also addresses issues related to human deportment. This survey helped me to know why people who utilize their character strengths at work generally have greater job gratification than those who do not. This additionally gave me an insight on how different factors in people’s lives relate to their deportment. Through this program, I was able to gain plethoric insight into the cognitive and affective processes that underlie individual human development a...
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*controls 1-Implementation milestones. 2-marketing organization. 3-contingency planning
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...Berkowitz 100). Through the CRM, the organization will understand the customer better and obtain feedback from customers on the product. Feedback boxes and use of response cards The organization will use the response cards and feedback boxes to obtain feedback from customers. They will be displayed at high traffic areas or near check outs, and customers will be asked to fill the cards... Control of cold and flu Implementation milestones The main goal of this control plan is to outline all the tactics, strategies and programs which will increase on the control of flu and cold in the target market. The company aims at creating an innovative, creative, unique and upscale atmosphere which will different the ...
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Marketing
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...Berkowitz, p. 474). More specifically, public relation is about building a good relationship with various public of the company with a view to obtain favorable publicity. One of the basic... …………………. College …………….. …………. MARKETING Public Relation Functions Public Relation and its Functions Public relation is one of the most critical elements of promotional strategies and is an immensely important mix in Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) strategy. Public relation is a form of communication management that aims at influencing the feelings, opinions and beliefs of various stakeholders of a firm, such as customers, employees, suppliers, stockholders and other public groups (Kerin, Hartley and...
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Compare two database product ( DB2 and MS access) in six security features: Access Control, Inference Policy ,User Identification/Authentication, Accountability and auditing, Encryption and Data Forensic
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...Berkowitz, 2005). This security feature mainly helps to protect the design form alteration by user since the files are execute-only versions. Inference Policy This policy helps to protect secured... Comparison of security features in DB2 and MS access of Learning Introduction Database security is an important aspect that ensures that data availability, integrity and confidentiality are enhanced at all time in relational database. A secure database is important in the creation an efficient information system in an organization as it reduces the threat of information disclosure, data alteration and creation of inferences on classified data. DB2 and MS access database are both relational database and hence ...
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MarketingandCustomerRelationshipConceptWorksheet
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...Berkowitz, 2006, p. 49,chapter 10) During the development phase of the product, designs were invited from all the major centers of the company, involving several engineers irrespective of their departments. The idea was to make several heads work on the concept rather than limiting the product’s development by assigning it to a select few. Thus contrary to the company’s regular policies, several exceptions were made, starting from expanding the number of engineers working on it from 10 to 300. Mr. Uchiyamada, the project head, designed a new system to facilitate communication and joint... Generic Benchmarking Worksheet Task A: Problem/Opportunity ment Instructions for Task A: In the Response row, write...
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Case study (quize)
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...Berkowitz, 2005, p. 23). Each of these four utilities may take any typology of the eight generic product benefits; they are functional, social, affective, situational, holistic, hedonic, aesthetic and epistemic (Lai, 1995). As far as the rush of around 2000 to get at least one piece of Apple’s newly launched iPhone 4S in Hong Kong... MARKETING Case Study ……………………… College………………………………. …………………. Q1. What benefit does this product provide that may be important to consumers? From the general marketing perspectives, product is bundle of various benefits, but it may vary from person to person or market to market. Marketing serves any of the four utilities: form, place, time and possession (Kerin, Hartley and B...
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Compare and Contrast National Athletic Association (NCAA)
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...Berkowitz, Upton, & Brady, 2013). The other typical institutions have to go through qualifications in order to reach the Bowl Championship Series. Most institutions that fail to qualify are the typical ones and they fail to make profits through... Compare and Contrast National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Similarity NCAA is a non-profitable organization that controls athletes from over one thousand institutions. It systematizes athletic programs for many USA as well as Canada’s institutions. NCAA membership comprises of three divisions including I, II and III whereby the first two are capable of offering sponsorships (Rosner & Shropshire, 2011). Renowned schools contest in Division I, which...
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Organizational Behavior
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...Berkowitz, 2003) The employees as well as the organizational top heads must reach a consensus as to what exactly could be summed up as a compromising situation. Culture is manageable to the extents that it does not hinder the employees’ working space and it is changeable if all the above mentioned parties in unison agree with the notion that the organization’s success is more important than their individual... Organizational Behavior ID] [Lecturer] Suppose you wanted to change your organization’s culture. What sort of resistance would you expect from employees? How would you deal with this resistance? To what extent is culture manageable? Changeable?” An organization’s culture could be changed if there is...
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Outline the customer decision-making process and the influences on customer behavior
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...Berkowitz, 1996, p.125). The purchase decision is even dependant... Consumer decision Making Process Consumer decision Making Process Introduction Each time a consumer makes a decision to purchase a particular good or service; he/she passes through the process of customer decision making process. This decision making process does not only benefits consumers, it even benefits the marketers. Marketers can gain success in achieving their aims and objectives if they align their marketing technique with the consumer decision making process. Body The procedure of consumer decision making starts as soon as the consumer realizes that there is a gap or a need that needs to be satisfied. Marketers need to realize ...
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Essay
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...Berkowitz, 2010). By doing this, financial stability can be said to be guaranteed given the fact that those newly identified markets... RESTRUCTURING THE GENERAL OPERATING PROCEDURES Lecturer: Restructuring the general operating procedures Raco described themost effective form of change as the one that translates into efficiency and effectiveness, not just for a selected few but all departments within the organization. It is based on this inspiration that the focus generic strategy will be selected to restructure the general operating procedures at the hospital. As far as the institution’s efficiency is concerned, it is expected that the first form of change that the focus strategy will bring about will ...
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The Act of Altruism
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...Berkowitz & Daniels, 1964). Those who benefit from the act of altruism may later help others. Therefore, it is justified to say the act of altruism has no boundaries. Personal and professional responsibilities related to altruism It is the sole responsibility of any able person to practice altruistic behavior when an opportunity presents. All professionals should provide service to the less privileged and maintain... role in human life depends on what is meant by selflessness. If one means helping deeds, or helping to gain self benefits such as admiration or to avoid guilt, the existence of...
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Marketing plan
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...Berkowitz (2005) stressed that marketing is an organizational function for creating, communicating and delivering values to customers (p. 8). When it comes to the marketing of Pizza Restaurant, it provides pizza products, services, information and experience to its targeted customers to satisfy their needs or wants. Armstrong and Kotler (2005) pointed that consumers, when they face broad array of good and services, choose a specific one based on their value-perception. They also have expectations about values of the goods or services they choose (p. 8). Products and services of Pizza... ? MARKETING PLAN …………………. College/ ………….. …………. Answer to Question Creating values to consumers As Kerin, Hartley and...
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Social Security
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...Berkowitz 18). Due to its responsive changes to the needs of the society, Social Security, especially in the US has become one of the most popular domestic government program initiatives in the country’s history. The success of social security is founded on the fact... , coined the term “Social Security” from the initial title Economic Security (DeWitt, Beland & Berkowitz 15). Part of the Social security Act provision was the establishment of a partisan board with three members appointed by the President. The Socials Security (SSB) was formed with the first members being Vincent M. Miles, Arthur J. Altmeyer, and chair John W. Winant. The responsibility of SSB was providing...
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Changing environment factor, and Pricing Strategies
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...Berkowitz & Redelius, 2006). The lack of cooperation from the government also puts the company at the risk of intellectual... Changing Environment Factor, and Pricing Strategies Changing Environment Factor, and Pricing Strategies Government, Political, Or Governing Bodies The United States is a long serving democracy under a congress system of government. The government has put in place a series of regulatory measures to control and monitor trade and commerce. These certainly influence and determine the choice in organisational approach and strategy. The main legal entities include the various control boards, the chamber of commerce, the stock corporation, franchising and the non stock corporations. Influ...
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Osha
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...Berkowitz Deborah is listed on the OSHA site as the Staff chief. The administrators, who are the assistant secretaries, answer to the Labor Secretary, a cabinet member in the U.S. OSHA was created as an Act in 1970. The body is primarily charged with assuring he safety and a healthy conditions to work in for the labor force. This it does through putting in place various health standards and enforcing them. It is also charged with the provision of training, relevant education, outreach, and assistance... OSHA OSHA is a body charged with health administration and occupational safety. OSHA has three assistant secretaries listed on the site, David Michaels, Barab Jordan, and Fairfax Richard. Berkowitz...
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Research
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...Berkowitz et al 2012... Environmental education Stewardship, conservation and sustainability Stewardship entails planning and managing of resources. In addition, environmental stewardship is difference from conservation although they are the same in many implications consideration (Chapin et al, 2010.) Stewards incorporate a personal responsibility for caring and maintenance, which in environmental context, means human responsibility to consider and care for the earth. According to the U.S Environmental protection Agency, stewardship in environment is manifested by “a commitment to efficient usage of natural resources, protection of ecosystem and where relevant, ensuring a baseline of the acceptable...
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How fast-food has a significant impact in Childhood obesity
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...Berkowitz 97). In this article, the benchmark definition of fast-food restaurants comprise of only the top-10 fast-food chains, which are, McDonalds, Burger King, Subway, Taco Bell, Little Caesars, Pizza Hut, KFC, Dominos Pizza, Wendy’s and Jack In The Box (Sinclair et al. 2830). Summary Statistics Just 10% of public schools have fast-food hotels within a mile, while 70% of all public schools have fast-food hotels within half of a mile (Sinclair et al. 2830). Schools within a mile of a fast food hotel have more Hispanic learners, a fairly higher fraction of learners eligible for free lunch, as well as lower test scores. Findings Cross-sectional studies have found out that children... How Fast-Food Has A ...
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Forensic Psychology and Serial Murders
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...Berkowitz. Each of these killers hunted other humans and they were subsequently hunted by the police, the FBI and forensic teams. Each was eventually found through something that they did, but forensic psychology had a hand in establishing their guilt... ?Forensic Psychology and Serial Murders Serial murders have always intrigued the average individual because they are something that most people do not understand. The intrigue of serial murders is apparent with television shows like CSI and Criminal Minds that present a regular menu of serial killers and those forensic profilers who find them. Currently, the nation's most loved serial killer is Dexter, a forensic scientist by day and serial killer by...
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Immigration Reform Essay
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...Berkowitz et al., 19-21... ? Immigration Reform Immigration reform has been one of the most important as well as most debated issues in countries all over the world. However, the most important and most significant amount of debate has been raised in the United States of America. The country has been attacked many times by various terrorist groups and most of these times terrorists attacked the American people, in general, and the country, in particular, by immigrating into the country. Immigration reform policies are most essential to be implemented as these policies will not only provide the country and its citizens, greater amounts of support, but also raise the level of economic and social growth...
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CAPSTONE PORTFOLIO
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...Berkowitz, 1997). Economic systems It was evident from the lectures that the bureau of economic analysis in the U.S produces some of the most keenly watched economic statistics that have an impact on the government decisions. According to the Quarterly data of this year, the output of goods and services got from the property and labour located in the U.S increased at a yearly rate of 2.5% in the second quarter. Based on the third estimate recorded by the Bureau... ?A reflective paper on the mastery of data analysis Capstone Portfolio A reflective paper on the mastery of data analysis on the following fields Current epidemiologic systems In this study, I learned on the theory and application of data...
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Marketing in Healthcare Industry
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...Berkowitz, 2011). Secondly, strategy will analyses the impacts of technological on the speed, processes, production and market and try to include this in marketing plan. The third factor is political intervention which focuses on regulations, taxes, reporting requirements and how these influence marketing strategies. Another factor to consider... ? Marketing in Healthcare Industry Affiliation: Most marketing managers find themselves in a fix of engaging in many activities such as marketing programs supervising staff and all sales that they lack the ideal thing of what they should be actually doing which is concentrating on the big picture. This involves concentration on the products, the markets,...
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Future Direction of Health Care
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...Berkowitz, 2006). Market shares and advancing age of population The continued development will necessitate quality enhancements required for customer or employee satisfaction such as the implementation of information systems... ? Future Direction of Health Care Introduction There are abundant challenges that define the future strategic direction of health care. Some of the challenges that have been raised include advancements in information technology, future funding and third party payers, health care reform, uninsured and unmerited populace and entrance and advancing epoch of populace are among the recent challenges in health care that will have a vital influence on the strategic direction of the...
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Practic of Ethics 4DB
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...Berkowitz & Chanko, 2004... ? Practice of Ethics Inserts Insert Grade Insert 8th February, Practice of Ethics The concept of ethics in nursing is one that is dominant and important in the nursing practice. Ethics form a key foundation in nursing. They help in ensuring that the undertaken practices are undertaken in a right way (Ulrich et al., 2010). They help in determining what is good or bad. Ethics are defined as the principles governing the right behaviour or conduct. This paper seeks to analyse the ethical case presented. It provides my possible action as the director of the agency. In answering the question, the paper will assess the ethical dilemma presented, the choices of actions present and the ...
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Loge:Inventing the future of play
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...Berkowitz, 1992). The Bowman’s Strategic clock can provide an overall outlook about the company’s position as compared to its competitors... ?Running Head: Lego: Inventing the future of play Inventing the future of play of Question The case study discusses about one of the most successful toy manufacturing company of Europe that is Lego. The best thing about Lego is that they are not involved in simple toy making business. They have differentiated themselves by making specialized toys which can improve the analytical ability of children. Children often ask for such toys which can make them think in new ways. Lego toys provide them the opportunities to utilize their brains efficiently and effectively...
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Chapter 8 Problems
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...Berkowitz, 2011). The academic institution will have to compromise its local market to set up the facility in the new region. This implies that it will have to employ some of its best human resource to oversee the setting up of the new business at the expense of its market position in the United States. Additionally, the opportunity provides the academic institution with a chance to diversify its services and venture into tourism as well. While this may improve... ?Chapter 8 problems Question 2: In this case, the group having five different locations is more likely to exhibit the widest product base than the other three companies are. Such an organization strives to maintain its numerous markets in the...
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Stewardship and Sustainability
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...Berkowitz et al, 2012). 6. In the recent years, deforestation in Amazon Rainforest has been on the increase due to human settlement and land developments. Amazon soils are very productive thus farmers move constantly to ne areas and clear land. This deforestation causes a lot of harm and implication to the environment... ? Stewardship and sustainability Stewardship entails planning and managing of resources. In addition, environmental stewardship is difference from conservation although they are the same in many implications consideration (Chapin et al, 2010.) Stewards incorporate a personal responsibility for caring and maintenance, which in environmental context, means human responsibility to consider...
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College Athletics. Should college athletes be paid
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...Berkowitz, 2008). This shows that from the first day of admission, the athletes already had to sacrifice something. Another well known fact is that college sport is commercial and it is marketed and sold in a similar fashion to all the professional sports (Goldman, 1989). If the efforts of the students are being used to generate income, one can justify that they have every right to a share of the profits in the form of a salary. The NCAA however, limits use of funds generated to scholarships and doesn’t offer any... College Athletes Communication College Athletes There has been an ongoing debate on whether or not it is justifiable to pay college athletes for their participation in their respective...
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Leadership Issues
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...Berkowitz, 2010). Embracing diversity has the potential of increasing productivity, representing all the customer needs in the workforce, and maintains a good reputation with stakeholders (Acker, 2006). Evidently, leadership... Leadership Issues Leadership is a weighty responsibility that presents a realm of challenges. Leaders face the compulsion of ensuring that they exhibit personal growth through constant reflection and development of additional skills. The type of leadership adopted by any leader has the potential of affecting the employees, stakeholders and the customers. It is important for leaders to exhibit effective leadership and foster the growth of the organization. This paper will...
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12 Angry Men
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...Berkowitz 124). Intervention... Group process in the film “12 angry men” The jury deliberation in the film, “12 angry men” is a portrayal of group dynamics. Group dynamics relates to the functioning, structure and the roles individuals play in a group. The jury in the film, consisting of twelve men, was drawn together to determine whether the boy was culpable of killing his father. The characteristics of group dynamics applicable to this case include personality conflicts, the operation of the jurors’ minds and their joint effort in determining the truth. The movie represents an entire spectrum of humanity, from the coldly analytical juror number four to the bigotry characteristic of juror number 10....
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A Communication Media Approach towards Marketing
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...Berkowitz, 2006). So health care services increasingly resort to the usage of communication modalities to network, disperse new ideas and for promotion purposes. Communication media help the organizations to communicate with the potential... is the time for the healthcare marketers to get media savvy. The internet is one of the biggest available portals for sharing information and attracting customers. Word Count: 750 References Berkowitz, Eric N. (2006). Essentials of Healthcare Marketing. New York: Jones & Bartlett Pub. Blumberg, Matt. (2005). Sign Me Up!. New York: iUniverse, Snc. Kotler, Philip,...
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Reflective Log- Power, freedom, justice: explorations in political subjectivity
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...Berkowitz Keenan and Katz (2009), Arendt perceives the political arm of society as the policy makers that govern countries. She is adamant that the political leaders are vesting power in few individuals who do not incorporate the interests of the masses. She asserts that an individual is autonomous when he is not subject to directives of a superior authority. The political dominion is significant since it is the realm of authority hence it can regulate the freedoms of various individuals and organizations through legislative forums... ? REFLECTIVE LOG- POWER, FREEDOM, JUSTICE: EXPLORATIONS IN POLITICAL IVITY Task Themes and Perspectives Why is Arendt’s conception of freedom political? According to...
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...Berkowitz, 2004). Threats Introduction of new hospitals- due to the introduction of varied types of new hospitals, the craze of Mayo Clinic might get hampered in the market among others. Along with this, the total revenue and total assets of the Mayo Clinic might get reduced thereby hindering the market value and image in the market. References Bohm, A. (2009). The SWOT Analysis. Oxford Business Group . Hillestad, S & Berkowitz E. (2004) Health Care Market Strategy: From Planning to Action (3rd Ed). Sudbury: Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Inc. Porter, M. E. (2008). Competitive Strategy: Techniques for Analyzing Industries and Competitors. New York: Springer.... SWOT Analysis Strengths High reputation- the...
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