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Watch the movie Black and Blue ( 1999) , Summary the movie, give your thought and feeling about character in the movie. Evaluation about Robert, his mother and his father, and you agree or disagree about him , his emotion, his behavior, etc. How the reac
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...Robert’s Denial and Confusion in Black and Blue (1999) December Robert’s Denial and Confusion in Black and Blue (1999) Domestic violence ruins lives, sometimes to the point of literally ending them. In Black and Blue (Abrams & Shapiro, 1999), Frances Benedetto (Mary Stuart Masterson) is married to a New York cop, Bobby Benedetto (Anthony LaPaglia), who physically and psychologically abuses her. For twelve years, she endures the abuse and puts on a public face that they have an ideal marriage because they have a son, Robert (Will Rothhaar). After witnessing a woman die from repeated domestic violence abuses, she realizes that she has to leave her husband, even if it means being part... Denial and...
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...character. It is basically a summary of the character’s entire life and it displays the distinctive shades of the character’s life path. The character, which has to be assayed in this paper, is the character of Joseph as described in the Quran (Mir, 1986). Joseph is basically an Islamic prophet chosen by Allah. He was the 11th son of Jacob and was the favourite amongst his all sons. The entire and complete theme of Joseph’s story is given in Surah-e-Yusuf in the Quran. The character... ? The theme of Joseph from the Quran The theme of Joseph from the Quran The theme of Joseph from the Quran evaluates the behaviour, interests, principles, as well as positive and negative aspects of that particular...
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...Summary The article d “Appassiona Light My Fire” was ed by Philip Ball and in this article the author the author states that music can cause various emotional responses that a piece of music may try to attain. The author states that these responses occur naturally and an individual may not be able to stop these responses from taking place even if he/she is aware that a particular musical piece is trying to obtain a particular emotional response. The author states that music has the ability to obtain emotional responses but it is quite difficult to identify why those emotional responses actually occur. In order to answer this question it is essential to identify why...
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...Summary || Summary (chapters 15 -33 A summary of "Stargirl" by Jerry Spinelli. The novel is about a girl who is different enough to attract students dislike at school. She has a romance with Leo. ------------------------------ Setting-Arizona Author-Jerry Spinelly Characters-Leo, Stargirl, Kevin, Hillari Kimble, Archie, Dori Stargirls different personality arouses students curiosity at school. She is quite popular and becomes an unofficial cheerleader during football games. The trouble begins when she starts to cheer for both teams at a game and even helps an injured player on opposite team. When Micas team starts losing, Stargirl gets the blame. Saying her own words to the Pledge... Stargirl ||...
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...Summary College: The event under discussion was the Doha Debates on Muslim women’s freedom to marry, which took place in May 2009. The moderator of the debates was Tim Sebastian, who challenged the views of both parties of the debates, and the panelists were Asra Nomani, Mohammad Habash, Yasir Qadhi, and Thuraya Arrayed. The panelists moderated by the host discussed such a burning and emotive contemporary issue as Muslim women’s right to choose a husband. The parties of the debates had diametrically opposing views. Asra Nomani and Mahammad Habash stated that Muslim women should have a right to choose a husband. In order to convince the opposers, Nomani presented her own life... The Doha Debates Summary ...
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...Summary As the title suggests, this chapter tries to figure out when the best time to send an e-mail is and when it would be a better idea not to. First they make the point that e-mail should not always be used, saying that “just because we have email, we shouldn’t use it for everything” (18). The main points in this character are two lists which give reasons when to and when not to send an e-mail. Included on the list of benefits are that email is “an efficient and economical way to communicate with people around the world” (21) and that it creates... September 5, Send Chapter Summaries and Book Summary Introduction Summary In the introductory section to the book the authors share a few examples about...
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...summary of each paragraph in the essay It is appropriate to talk about Socialism eventhough one may not be an expert in Economics or Sociology. 2.- Economics and Sociology are different from Science due to the fact that observed economic and social phenomena are very hard to evaluate. 3.- The real purpose of Socialism is to overcome the present “predatory phase” of human development. 4.- Socialism is ethical, and Science cannot create ends for society and, even less, instill them in human beings. 5.- Even though some individuals feel indifferent or even hostile towards finding a solution for the human race, in this time of crisis anybody can... Albert Einstein: Why Socialism Write a one sentence...
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...Summary: The Leader of the Future The Leader of the Future is a collective attempt to offer leaders of today the approaches that can help them in the future, approaches that can assist them in formalizing and adopt new visions, strategies and appropriate practices for the new era. The work of many management gurus was combined and certain common or important individual characteristics were identified and compiled together by Frances Hesselbein, Marshall Goldsmith and Richard Beckhard. The Leader of the future would emphasize and attach greatest importance to the Human Resources of the organization and the resulting... ?Running Head The Leader Of The Future The Leader of the Future Management [Pick the...
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...Summary Mary Wollstonecraft rhetoric targets an audience that appreciate luxuriant and leisurely lifestyle. Under this realization, her prose may seem wordy and ambiguous to the modern audience. She does her writing in a unique manner by handling imagery carefully. Mary uses an approach she calls ‘episodical observations’, which are personal stories that catalogues on a number of issues. Using this approach, she puts forward a number of observations that stand out as examples of evils she condemns (Jacobus 653-660). Even the critiques of her arguments will learn to appreciate that they have acquired something new. She appeals to the high intellectual abilities of both men...
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...Summary Overview The chapter will be directed towards explaining the organizational theory as a constraint of democracy. Decision making is the most important criteria of a democratic government which will lead to the establishment of ultimate welfare of the individuals in the society. But bureaucracy and its characteristics has developed within the democratic countries of the world and limited the effectiveness of the democracy. The relation between bureaucracy and democracy will be also analyzed and provision for potential solution towards establishment of effective democracy will also be made. Democracy and decision making Involvement with an array of relationship among...
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...Summary Content-Based Instruction Can Make ESL Teaching More Efficient in Korea One of the sources used for this essay (Met, 1991) makes an analogy between English study and learning how to play a musical instrument to demonstrate the chancy character of ESL instruction through the common practice of concentrating the lessons on grammar. The language-focused ESL class is compared to a music class that confines its studies to the mastery of musical keys, scales and notes. No meaningful results can be expected from this instructional method if the music students do not get their hands on the musical instrument of their choice and actually play it on a...
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...Character Evaluation Part I Write a summary of 350-700 words identifying the contributions of Freud, Jung, and Rogers. Sigmund Freud, the fatherof psychoanalysis was many things, however, he is best known for his work on the theory of the unconscious. He believed that our actions are results of our unconscious drives that are derived from our sexual and aggressive instincts. He was the first thinker to apply deterministic principles to mental state in a systemic way. Specifically he was best known as a psychodynamic theorist. He approached neurotic behavior from a standpoint that can be treated by understanding why the behaviors existed. (IEP Freud, 2010)...
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...Summary Based on Aristotle’s idealistic analysis of tragic plays, the plot should be single with complications and not double, with opposing endings like in comedies where there is good and bad. The tragedy must follow the main action, which refers to the protagonist’s main goal. Further, according to the philosopher, all plots usually have some form of suffering or pathos, but complex ones incorporate elements like recognition and reversal. The plot represents the core of the play and it can be split into three elements. The first element is the reversal, also referred to as the peripeteia. This occurs when an action by the protagonist produces an effect that contravenes the expected... College: Plot...
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...Character Analysis of Papi Introduction The of ‘Fiesta’ Junot Diaz is a contemporary Dominican- American writer, who is considered to be as one of the 20 best writers of the 21st century. He wrote stories dealing with the real life experiences of people based on facts from their lives. His dual immigrant experience is seen reflected in all his literary works including the story ‘Fiesta’ which we are going to critically examine. In his story ‘Fiesta’ Junot sheds light on the character of Papi telling us that it is possible for an individual to affect not only to himself or his own life but also the members of his family, especially the next generation and their lives... Efren Monarrez March 16th ,...
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...Character Evaluation Part I Write a summary of 350-700 words identifying the contributions of Freud, Jung, and Rogers. Sigmund Freud (1856–1939) Sigmund Freud developed an entirely different perspective on human behavior and he remains to be the most influential among the psychodynamic theorists. For years, psychology has been focusing only on consciousness, but he changed the way and focused on the unconscious and identified it as the fundamental source for the human ideas, feelings and thoughts (Morris and Maisto, 2002, p 419). Freud theorized that human personality consists of three structures namely the id, the ego and super ego... -425).. Part II Choose three of your favorite...
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Frankenstein Analyze a character
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...character -- as a symbol of the author herself, the sufferer and the artifact of her father's liberal attitude. The novel thus wonders why, while a scientist like Frankenstein (or men like P.B Shelley or Godwin, the author's father), is otherwise a kind person while at the same time who ruins his close ones with his research on human life (Ryan 1988). As religion and idealism tender completely opposing views of human character and fate, it remains ambiguous which aspect the novel's lampooning is mainly aimed at. The religious ambiguity is certainly just one feature of a larger... "Frankeistein" 2008 In Frankenstein (first published in 1818), the Merry Shelley draws a parallel between young...
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The Jacksonian Character
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...Character Introduction Edward Pessen (1921-92), an expert in American history, was a Jacksonian scholar specializing in the study of social mobility. He published The Jacksonian America: Society, Personality and Politics in 1985 (Homewood, Ill.: Dorsey Press). In the second chapter in it entitled Jacksonian Character: A Contemporary Portrait of American Personality, Traits, and Values, Pessen has described Andrew Jackson’s personal traits and values briefly and cast them across the contemporary American society. In this essay, I will summarize Pessen’s article, examine its strengths and weaknesses, offer my own opinions about the article and endeavor to show how the article... full The Jacksonian...
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The Character of Arnold Friend
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...Character of Arnold Friend Introduction This essay would first focus upon the real life happening that inspired the Joyce Carol Oates, in penning down the story “Where are you going, Where have you been?” It (the essay) would then go on to analyze the character of Arnold Friend and emphasize on his real identity. For this purpose, a mention would be made of both direct quotations from the story and also views of a renowned scholar and which add strength to the argument presented by this essay. Here, it needs to be specified that the scope of this essay is confined to solely understanding the character of Arnold Friend, and not to give a...
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...Character Analysis: One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest Summary Nurse Ratched or Randall Patrick Murphy, a patient,who wins over who? In the Pacific Northwest at a mental institution dominated by nurse Ratched, the patient Randall Patrick Murphy was involuntarily brought in from a Work Farm at Pendleton. Murphy was admitted to the institution to serve a portion of his rape sentence. In the story, Murphy predominantly engages in a silent fight against Ratched; a cold, precise woman with calculated gestures and a calm mechanical manner, trying to convince her to be nicer. On the other hand, Ratched is confident that Murphy cannot succeed since her and the other doctors are in control... Fictional Character...
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...Summary and Reflection Pakistan: “Facebook Blocked in Pakistan Over Prophet Images” (Associated Press) Introduction: The video clip entitled “Facebook Blocked in Pakistan Over Prophet Images” was noted to be reported by Associated Press and published online through YouTube reported proposed banning of Facebook due to encouragement of posting the Prophet Mohammad’s images. Summary: The video is shown within one minute and 25 seconds and the main point that was presented was the reported protest of the social networking site, Facebook, for allegedly encouraging users to post images of Islam’s prophet, Mohammad, which was reportedly not allowed. The video showed protesters asking... September 11, Video...
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...Summary Moreno et al. ed the article en d Short-Term Music Training Enhances Verbal Intelligence and Executive Function in 2011. Researchers investigate on questions related to transfer from music and visual-art training to children’s performance on specific subjects of verbal and spatial intelligence and executive function, whether training programs would influence executive function, and whether there are links between training programs and changes in verbal or spatial intelligence mediated by changes in executive function (Moreno, et al., 2). In line with the subject of investigation, the researchers formulate four hypotheses, among of which are: music training would improve verbal... Article Summary ...
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...Summary There is a reasonable level of agreement on the range of the discipline of decision making and judgment. Basically, decision making involves the intentional selection of an option or alternative with the purpose of generating the optimal outcome. However, the process of decision making, especially from the point of view of psychology, is not as simple as it seems. Decision making is usually performed in a state of doubt or uncertainty. The project is also subjected to irrational thoughts and biases. Making a rational decision is undoubtedly a challenge. This essay tries to discuss four psychological theories of decision making, namely, (1) cognitive dissonance, (2) memory bias, (3... ?Executive...
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Character and Narrative Function of Nicodemus
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...Character and Narrative Function of Nicodemus This dialogue starts with "Word of God". This is "Grace and Truth" as well. In this dramatic encounter, Jesus is knowledge and Necodemus is the one running away from REAL virtue, truth and wisdom. Knowledge does not change for it is the ultimate reality. It is this fulsome Word of God that launches man or, as it were, Nicodemus into this world which is replete with miracles occurring every moment of existence. The mundane quagmire from birth to death is like an Ariadnae's Thread. The more you try coming out of its web, the more you find yourself entangled into its net!1 Nicodemus is a leader... Day Level The Nature and Analysis of John 3 16 Dialogue...
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...Summary Product 2 Place 5 Promotion 8 Pricing 11 Recommendations 14 Executive Summary In the context of marketing, the four elements of; product, place, promotion and pricing are essential in facilitating effectiveness of sales strategies. This paper examines practical application of the essential elements by Old Navy, a North American clothing company. With respect to the element of product, the company offers clothing and footwear for a wide range of consumers. Typical products include clothing accessories for all occasions, including fashion and sports. As a means of enhancing the product aspects, the company blends techniques such as brand licensing and charitable... Table of Contents Executive...
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...Summary and Critique: “It’s Not About the Bike: My Journey Back to Life” Summary The book written by Lance Armstrong and Sally Jenkins is a story about the struggles of Lance Armstrong, a professional cyclist, who, at his prime age, was diagnosed with testicular cancer but has survived and has won various international prestigious racing competitions. Armstrong begun to proffer a glimpse of his life prior to the diagnosis of the cancer and after having triumphed over it. His personal strengths in physical attributes, emotional character and mind set were detailed in preparation for the events of facing the Big C. Details of his courageous...
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...Summary of Revelation In the story of Revelation by Flannery O’Connor’s, the main character feels that everyone is equal before God, regardless of their race and social status. The story starts when Mrs. Turpin goes to see a doctor with her spouse. As she gets in the hospital, she attracts people’s attention because of her physical appearance and attitude. She talks to a lady about the significance of religion in people’s lives. She told the lady how she was grateful for everything that had happened in her life. Although, this conversation pleased many... Short Stories Summary Introduction In the essay below, three stories have been summarized. One story by James Baldwin that explains how people should...
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...Summary of the Article “Social Mobility and Status Attainment” A Summary of the Article “Social Mobility and Status Attainment” One of the most famous scholars in sociology, Charles E. Hurst, tried to explain the nature of and characteristics of social mobility and openness in his article “Social Mobility and Status Attainment: Openness in U.S. Society” (Hurst, 2010, p. 313). In this article, Hurst actually presented different studies concerning the degree of social mobility in American society, in which results of these studies indicated that the overall trend of social mobility in the U.S. was not uniform across time (Hurst, 2010). On the contrary, Hurst argued that these studies actually... ? A...
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...Summary This paper seeks to offer a summary to an article and to express the article’s relevance to economic concepts. Summary of the article Krauss Clifford published the article, ‘Why the disruption of Libyan oil has led to a price spike,’ in February 2011. The article expressed concerns over Libya’s oil productivity. According to the author, reported unrest in the Middle East and its explosion in Libya were greatly felt in the oil industry. The protests that involved violent exchanges between rebel groups and government forces forced oil firms in the country to close down for security reasons. Fears that the uprisings could spread to...
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...Summary Article Summary Background The article under review discusses the integration of memory in amnesia with the argument that verbal short-term memory is supported by prior knowledge. The short-term memory can be improved when the information to be remembered appears in the context of previous knowledge and information. This depicts an interactive relationship between the short-term and the long-term memory. The article seeks to investigate whether the leverage of the long-term memory in support of the short-term memory depends on hippocampus integrity. More particularly, the study seeks to assess the effect of previous knowledge of an even in the representation domain of something... Article Summary ...
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...Summary Summary The situation with deaf individuals is the same globally in that they all feel alienated in spite of the fact they may have certain environments created for them such as special schools, which mostly concentrate on amplifying their hearing capabilities and speech therapy. These techniques usually fail because these individuals mostly require a solution that they can live with which is sign language. To improve the situation of the deaf individual universally, it would be of great importance to consider having them belong to a transnational and a translocal community. These communities provide a dual relationship between the families of the deaf and the overall deaf community... Summary...
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...Summary, Statistics College: Summary, Statistics Enemuo, O., & Iredia, C., . Repositioning the Hospitality Industry in Etsako west local Government area for Profit Maximization through Information and Communication Technology. International Journal of Humanities and Social science Invention, 2(1), pp. 55-62. In their statistical survey, the authors sought to investigate how profit in the hospitality industry can be maximized by proper integration of the ICT industry in health operations. To accomplish their objective, they set out to investigate the influence of ICT in the profitability of the hotels in the study area. The following hypotheses were...
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...Summary: The research suggests that children better engage in activities when they are provided with the opportunities to analyze matters through their personal perceptions and experiences of things. The research shows that juveniles can engage with the global issues of justice if the strategies comply... Children as Global Citizens Review The research touches upon a very sensitive issue of child education upon matters of extreme sensitivity likejustice issues. It is a very positive contribution by the researchers as the information revealed would allow educationalists to better cultivate the concepts of justice issues in juveniles that are essentially the nation builders of the future. Summary: The res...
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...Summary Purpose The purpose of the article “Putting the Enterprise into Enterprise System” by Davenport (1998) is to caution against the possible setbacks involved in the adoption of integrated systems in organizations. Specifically, the article warns that the unconsidered adoption of Enterprise Systems might lead to costly mishaps and operational challenges for the adopting companies. From yet another perspective, the purpose of this article could be seen in terms of highlighting the many positive aspects of Enterprise Systems while bringing to the surface the resident dangers that relate to their usage. Relevance The relevance of this article could be explored from the possible pitfalls... Article...
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...Summary Question The Mouse and the Country Mouse refers to one of Aesop’s Fables. The story is about a town mouse who pays a visit to his cousin who lives upcountry (Carroll 1). The town mouse is so disappointed about the food he ate at his cousin’s place. Hence, he chose to invite his cousin to the city to have a glimpse of what they eat. However, the country mouse also did not find the city life remarkable as he could not eat in peace due to a lot of cats, which were always present during meals (Carroll 1). Question 2 The central theme of the article is to show people that everything has its positive and negative sides (Carroll 1). People always perceive that the city life is luxurious... Summary...
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...Summary The importance and effectiveness of advertising in selling products have been a of research for many long years. With these, several trends on how advertisements are shaped to invoke consumers’ attention and get them to buy the products being sold have surfaced. Among these trends, the advertisers have tended -- or both the product manufacturers and the people behind the advertising agencies -- focus on two aspects of their advertisements: to appeal to the consumers’ subconscious urges or drives, and to inform them of the relevance of their products in a unique or attractive style. Of these, advertisers have more or less concentrated on appealing to the fifteen basic human needs... ?Advertising...
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...Summary By Summary Counterparty Credit Risk- Hedge Funds Counter party credit risks arethe exposures of the non-payment on the responsibility of that counterparty. Traders and accountants value this risk and consider it as an option to default. It is often identified as the counterparty valuation adjustment. The various classes of counterparty entail hedge funds, sovereigns, and corporate and financial institutions. Hedge funds are a combined term for joint investment medium that utilizes a huge range of changing strategies (Zimmermann, 2009). Hedge funds aims to reduce volatility and the risk preserve capital and deliver positive returns under all market conditions. Hedge fund is often... Business...
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...Summary Development Programs and culture change: A Bedouin Case Study The begins by showing that various governments of the world have been undertaking developments without consideration of cultures of the people. This is because projects such as building of roads affect the lives of people in various ways. Most of the projects are therefore not welcome to those cultures. As a result, governments and international agencies have turned to anthropologists for advice. The anthropologists are meant to offer insight into practices of various cultures before the implementation of various projects. A case example is provided for the Bedouin people in Middle East. The Bedouin...
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...Summary By 08 December Summary The tourism sector has been beneficial to various countries in the world. The importance is derived from the economic impact of tourism in the countries (Inui, Wheeler & Lankord 2006). Consequently, tourism has become a critical issue for the government, business and academics. Initially, the academics focused on the economic impact of tourism development. However, this changed in the 1970 as the dominance was now based on social, cultural, political, and environmental implications (Inui, Wheeler & Lankord 2006). The academics have focused on the ecological impacts of tourism and the principle of sustainable development...
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...Summary of article ‘Relationships among ISO 9001, competitive dimensions and profitability Introduction The rising demand for ISO 9001 certification and its impact on quality improvement made it crucial to analyze and understand the relationship between ISO 9001, competitive dimensions and profitability. Firm’s competitiveness and profitability are vital for an organization to survive and succeed on the other hand obtaining ISO certification is also critical for competing in global business scenario and quality improvement as ISO has direct and significant impact on improvement of quality when compared to other quality standards (Han, Sim and Ebrahimpour 223). However...
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...Summary Summary of Chapters 3, 4 and 5 ‘Economics of Women, Men, and Work’ by Blau, Ferber, & Winkler is one of those books which deals with gender based economics. Through this book the authors have tried to focus on mainly women related issues and how such issues affect the economy. Both macro as well as micro economic models has been dealt in this book making it one of the competent books in analyzing gender differences with an economic perspective. Chapter three of the book generally brings into light the relation of a family with that of the economy. It focuses on the rapid changing structure of the family and the society. Therefore a careful attempt...
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...Summary Softwares are an important aspect of computers these days and are the main reason for the increase in demand for software engineers. It is asoftware engineer who is responsible for the building of softwares. They are faced by a number of questions regarding the cost, specifications and features of the softwares. There are some features of softwares which should always be remembered. Software is engineered rather than being manufactured. It does not wear out but deteriorates with respect to time and it is made according to the needs of the user. There are new challenges faced by software engineers these days. Firstly there is a task of Ubiquitous computing. This is...
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...Summary of Question 17 from Summa Theologica In this section of St. Thomas Aquinas’ work, the philosopher discusses eight articles of discussion in the form of questions about the nature of hope. He arranges this essay in the form of three objections and corresponding responses to each question. Essentially, this approach is analogous to a debate that is arranged to benefit the philosopher’s views. Article one concerns the status of hope as a virtue. The first objection is that hope cannot be a virtue because man makes poor use of hope, and it is countered by the argument that the mere existence of hope satisfies its purpose. It is argued secondly that hope is caused by merits... Here Here Here Here...
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...Summary In the introduction to the “They Say / I Say” : The Moves That Matter in Academic Writing, authors Graff... I Say They Say Part I. In My Own Words When one is asked to define what a vegetarian is, the term “tree hugger” immediately comes to mind. This is because vegetarians are often times portrayed as grass eating people whose fanaticism in saving the environment can be likened to the womans suffragette era when the women were chaining themselves to iron gates in order to gain attention for their cause. However, contrary to public opinion, vegetarians actually have deeply rooted beliefs in using vegetables to promote a healthy lifestyle. A lifestyle that science has shown to have some benefits...
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...Summary Introduction Freaking out with Joy There is a quality that is both magical and unique and is often noticeable in persons who happen to whole heartedly love what they do. This quality can be termed as authenticity. The writer’s little girl Madison is most authentic when she is dancing. It is at such times that she is not only genuinely happy, but the author describes her as being fully Madison. There are No Ideal leaders, Only Real Leaders The Author’s neighbor Brian lives authentically as he happens to fully enjoy his current job. People who are naturally authentic attract and draw people to themselves due to their sense of honesty and comfort. They tend not to exaggerate... Authenti Article...
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...Summary of ES95 – Introduction to Environmental Careers and Internships: Lesson 5 Draft Academic Plan (delivered by Julie Phillips Planners (helpcommunities make decisions about present and future construction, recreation, and transportation) 2. Environmental educators and communicators 3. Environmental protection & energy (air, water, haz/solid, waste) 4. Natural resource management (land, water, parks, forests, wildlife) 1. Skill base (capabilities that can be developed) 2. General skills (basic skills) 3. Preferred skills (use for career) 4. Gap (skills don’t possess) 1. Assess interests 2. Define values 3. Define career values 4. Assess skills 5. Make a connection...
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...Summary The article critically reviews management of ethics in business organizations while identifying the relationship between the theoretical view of the subject and its practice in administration of business organizations. According to Bartlett, the role of management in business organizations is an inevitable requirement. It is of immense importance in view of the enforcement of academic disciplines as well as the implementation of disciplines learnt in practice. Bridging the rift between theory and practice of ethics in managers is a role played by the management in business organizations. Bartlett, in the article, addresses the issue of the serious rift evident in ethical view... Task: Journal...
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...Summary of Phone Interview with Tami Murphy What is your main duties (main role) in the company? I have many different duties that I am responsible for. Most of my time is spent building relationships with clients because this will ensure continued business well into the future. My time is split up between dealing with the sales side, marketing department, and recruiting team. I am also responsible for reaching out to individuals who are passively and actively looking for positions. My role is to call them, get them in, and interview them. I may also match them up with opportunities that we are currently working on. 2) Usually, how many hours do you work daily? It depends...
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...SUMMARY Edward H. Carr talks about the science of international politics by stating how over the past years international politics had changed. He also talks about improved times hence the popularization of international politics. Carr goes a notch further to describe the purpose and analysis of international politics in political science through the use of several other theories including Marx capital theory. Carr further describes the role of Utopianism (Primitivity) to the development of international politics in relation to the lack of knowledge. The impact of Realism has been described as a transition period to reality. An analysis of Utopia and Reality is analyzed...
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...Summary The article talks about the earlier notion that any Chinese female who go to Canada is a prostitute or is likely to be a prostitute. It generally addresses the critical role that racism played in the production of discourse. According to the article, almost three thousand Chinese lived in Victoria, British Columbia in 1886 and most of them were men. However, the few women that formed part of the solution were not regarded as significant and were mostly traded. The understanding that Chinese females were either prostitutes or were destined for the role of prostitution led to the creation of the Chinese Rescue Home. The Home, which was located in the heart of...
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...Summary: The Organizational Culture Perspective and Symbolic Management Theory Chapter fifteen of the book, “Organization Theory and Public Management” bears the title, “The Organizational Culture Perspective and Symbolic Management Theory”. From the name of the chapter itself, one can easily frame the idea that the chapter deals with the perspectives of organizational cultures as viewed upon by different... Organization Theory and Public Management Introduction The book, “Organization Theory and Public Management” written by Jonathan R. Tompkins is a valuable testimony for the prospective managers as it has been conceived keeping in mind the recent and the upcoming theories and concepts very much...
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