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Martel Yann is the author of the famous literary novel Life of Pi, which looks or delves into the life of a young man who is lost at sea for a period of time with no hope of survival or rescue. The author brings out Pi’s impractical situation later on as the book goes further… o through the book that the audience learns of the political strife in India, which…
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Tom Kelley the author of the book is a leading speaker and experiences in addressing scores of business audiences on the manner to use innovation to change a businesss culture or strategic thinking. This is what he adds to the book offering a new and more exciting insight into… The book gives a detailed of various stages of achieving this innovative mind.…
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Mark Briggs is a sportswriter who made a discovery of what the internet could do for journalism in the year of 1998. The book centers episodically in the context of journalism and has its… Briggs states that even with the latest and most advanced usage of technology, the people in the journalism field matter most (Briggs, Schaffer & University of Maryland…
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The aim of this journalistic book review is to conduct an in-depth analysis of the book entitled “Is China Buying the World?” written by Peter Nolan in 2012. It should be noted that the book under analysis is divided into four chapters with a brief conclusion which… The publishing home of the book is Polity Press that has tagged the book under review to be one…
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Name: Subject: Book Report/Review, Sociology Topic: book review Date: The field of social science deals with the society as a whole and the relationships of all individuals living in it. The term social science include a wide area of studies including humanities, political science, anthropology, economics, even cultural studies and other such areas.…
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Achebe Chinua, in his book ‘Things Fall Apart’, narrates the anecdote of Okonkwo who is considered as a respectable leader among the Igbo people of the Umoufia tribe. The book is an excellent interpretation of pride and ego displayed in the personality of an individual, so… The writer narrates how Okonkwo has always tried to be unlike his coward father. He…
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One of the most important books on leadership and care management in nursing has been Influencer: The Power to Change Anything by Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, David Maxfield, Ron McMillan and Al Switzler, in which the authors offers an influencer who motivates others to… to the authors, a small group of remarkable leaders and scholars has been changing the…
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The aim of the author is to make readers feel the achievements, loses and pain of blacks. The major thought in the novel is the division of blacks and… The legacy of racism together with its effects on the lives of black people is emphasized. There are clear consequences of racism and discrimination. The consequences are: separate spheres of life, paternalism,…
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SC546 Masten CE Book Review.doc Book Review: The Power of Body Language by Tonya Reiman Overview of the Book The Power of Body Language, which was written by Tonya Reiman, is an average manuscript developed to hone one’s interpersonal and intrapersonal skills.… The intended audience is quite broad, as the author strives to encompass individuals who would like…
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Edward Muir, the book, Mad Blood Stirring was accredited by many around the world. The theme of the book concentrates on the most debated custom of ancient Italy, especially that of Friuli, called… celebrated as a historic literature that was able to portray the then societal concerns and conflicts, but was also applauded for its factual presentation of…
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Name: University: Course: Tutor: Date: TOPIC:  BOOK REVIEW Social Nation: How to Harness the Power of Social Media to Attract Customers, Motivate Employees, and Grow Your Business Author: Barry Libert Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Publication Date: September 10, 2010 ISBN: 0470890258, 9780470890257 Length 256 pages Subjects: Marketing, Business and Economics INTRODUCTION The author Barry Libert writes this book asserts that it is the time for businesses and companies to join the social nation in order to become successful.…
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The assignment intends to conduct a book review of “The Post-Racial Mystique: Media and Race in the Twenty-First Century (Critical Cultural Communication)” written by Catherine R. Squires. The review will identify the specific topics and purposes behind the explicit thesis… wenty-First Century” is a unique one, which explores the role of various media such as…
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“Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead”: Book Review “Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead” by Sheryl Sandberg is a hit in the business field in 2013. A close reading of the book reveals that it contains useful advices and motivation not only for women but also for anyone who wants growth in career.… In other words, they should press into what they…
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Name: Instructor: Course: Date:  Book Review There is minimal health risk when an individual is slightly overweight. On the other hand, when a person is overweight or obese, he or she can suffer from diabetes, cancer, heart disease, and high blood pressure.… This method is further reinforced by a huge number of diet books, television and internet…
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The Tennessee, Volume One: The Old River: Frontier to Secession (Southern Classics Series) [Paperback], Paperback: 342 pages; Publisher: J.S. Sanders & Co. (January 25, 1991); Language: English; ISBN-10: 1879941015; ISBN-13: 978-1879941014 William Shakespeare… He chose a tough subject and the most difficult River in USA. It is an extraordinary account of the…
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Apart from this she has also been the Director of the Outpatient Psychiatric Services at Pacific Presbyterian Hospital in San Francisco. She has been writing extensively and expertly… News and World Report, among others. Among her books, comes a national bestseller Excess Baggage: Getting Out of Your Own Way (1993) and How to Stop Looking for Someone Perfect…
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The major idea of the work is a detailed investigation of the selection of the meals people are eating daily. Omnivores do not care… Food chains are being analyzed in detail. The analysis takes its beginning in the way food is grown and processed in food industries. The writer traces every meal from its actual conception up to its final stage and consumption…
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The Adventures of Caleb Williams by Godwin, William - Book Review The Adventures of Caleb Williams is an 18th century novel by William Godwin; it sheds light upon how reputation and wealth were considered in England during the 1700s. The book was written during the French Revolution of the 18th century (Godwin 2004, p.4).… Despite being an anarchist, he…
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The author makes comparison of the three historical apocalypses of the 2nd century BCE as detailed in the books of Enoch and Daniel and elucidates the sociological context. Reid, on the basis of his investigation and research, arrives at the conclusion that Judaism as practiced… His emphasis is on the “comparison of sociological settings of the historical…
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Book Review Introduction The character of a person is constructed based on the innate nature or the natural attributes possessed by the individual. Such innate features of one’s inborn nature in turn feature the different types of habits reflected by the person during the course of social or group interactions.… Stephen Covey in the light of the aforesaid…
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Gordon Wood in his book “The Radicalism of the American Revolution” defies the historians who referred American Revolution as a conservative rebellion in justification of the status quo. The author disputes that the country took an original transformation on its social… Eventually, America has made to become a society which permits ordinary people to lead the…
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Book Review Name: Institution: Book title: Hard cop, soft cop: Dilemmas and debates in contemporary policing Author: Roger Hopkins Burke Synopsis The society has changed over time, the technological development coupled with the intense human interactions caused by both urbanization and modernization have collectively resulted in a unique social structures complete with their sets of social ills.…
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She has a specialty in history of the 19th century, especially women’s history in the Civil War, and women’s culture in the colonial Latin… Back then, women typically played a minor role in societies especially in the military. This was later changed by the coming of the Civil War that necessitated the women to sacrifice their family roles, and to go to the…
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Throughout the history of mankind we find that history is created and interpreted by those in power and those who have the strength of manipulating the facts and figures of the historical events in their interest. This is the reason why history is criticized by the great… This particular nature of history has been the subject matter of many a powerful writings…
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Cultures and Organizations: Software of the Mind published in 2005 by Geert Hofstede is an interesting book that focuses on critical issues central to the culture of a nation. The book is a revised edition of his 1982 book Culture and Consequences. It is based on a twenty- five… Professor at Maastricht University in The Netherlands; he is also the founder of…
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