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Enquiry Systems
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...enquiry systems can be used to assist organisations with their technology planning. The scenario presented is based on a fictional company (Garbett Tours) and the method of enquiry to be used is Unbounded Systems Thinking (Mitroff & Linstone, 1993) which is based on the idea that all "problems" are somehow interconnected will be applied to this scenario for IT Planning Garbett Tours, is a collection of travel agencies around the country which their job is to sell packaged holidays based on the necessary arrangements with hotels and airlines to meet specific needs of their customers. Through the time and with new improvements... Task The aim of this paper is basically to test the knowledge of how enquiry...
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Enquiry Topics
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...Enquiry Topics When the first congress met after the government was established under the constitution, legislation was introduced to add a bill of rights. Why this action was necessary so early after the government was established? Why is the Bill of Rights so important? Which of the first 10 amendments is the most important? The US Constitution document was adopted in 1787 to replace the Articles of Confederation signed by the 13 states after independence in 1783. The draft constitution needed to be ratified by at least 9 of the 13 states. The debates in the state legislatures for ratification threw up serious concerns about the absence of protection of individual rights...
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Education Enquiry
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...enquiry I chose Kellett’s article on research done by people with disabilities because it captivated my attention since the abstract captivated my attention to want to know more about the research done on those children with disability (Kellett 2010, p.31). I chose the Burton, Smith and Woods article because it seemed to be a real life and seemed quite an applicable in my field of study. In Kellett’s article, it involved research carried out by a group of young people who had learning disabilities. The research basically explored the experiences of the young people in exploring their past experiences of youth democracy plus any meaningful participation in matters dealing with decision... ? Education...
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Enquiry Based Learning
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...Enquiry based learning (EBL) is widely applied in universities and other high education institutes in many parts of the world. It has wide applications in medicine, geography, engineering, and English. In EBL students have the opportunity to control their learning to get what they need. In EBL the student takes the front role in acquisition of knowledge and is self-directed facilitating deeper learning and experience out of the lecture halls. Enquiry based learning can be of varying forms in different disciplines. However, whatever format an EBL can take the concept remains the same. In general enquiry based learning avoids the spoon feeding kind of teaching experienced during lectures... Introduction...
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Introduction to management enquiry
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...ENQUIRY Summary Education bill 2004 will bring a new system into place from 2006 in all English Universities, the government will not fix the fees but institutions will get authority to set their own fees up to 3000 pounds per year. As a result of expansion programs of universities and increase in the number of students government funding per head will be reduced. At present expensive courses offered by the universities are financed by reducing the research and maintenance expenses. Salaries of faculty members are also not equivalent to those of other professionals of same qualifications. So there was no way left but to charge more fees from students to survive... TO MANAGEMENT ENQUIRY Summary Education ...
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Methods of enquiry
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...ENQUIRY Introduction The aim of the report is to demonstrate the knowledge and understanding of the concepts and principles on the Methods of Enquiry. As a manager in a very large multi-site firm it is important to evaluate the parameters of “employee well-being” (e.g. satisfaction with the job, morale, working environment and firm) is really like, furthermore, why it appears to vary between different sites, as per the Board of Directors instruction. As a result, it is required to prepare a proposal for the authorities to present a case to the Board to address their concerns of the many different research methods for the task and recommend, which approach or approaches, should be used... METHODS OF...
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Educational Enquiry Assignment
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...Enquiry Educational Enquiry They have being different experiences of researching learning using various methods that raises issues about the relationships between them ,and the ways that learning is conceptualized. Learning is a theoretical and linguistic structure widely used in various cultures, and societies but with different meanings that are partly contradicting, and contested. The value of qualitative research has currently become questionable. This has been stirred by external criticism of educational research because it does not serve evidence based well practice. In this paper will be analyzing the conceptual significance of different methods of research learning based... ? Topic: Educational...
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Methods of Enquiry
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...ENQUIRY Introduction The aim of the report is to demonstrate the knowledge and understanding of the concepts and principles on the Methods of Enquiry. As a manager in a very large multi-site firm it is important to evaluate the parameters of "employee well-being" (e.g. satisfaction with the job, morale, working environment and firm) is really like, furthermore, why it appears to vary between different sites, as per the Board of Directors instruction. As a result, it is required to prepare a proposal for the authorities to present a case to the Board to address their concerns of the many different research methods for the task and recommend, which approach or approaches, should be used... METHODS OF...
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REFLECTIVE PROFESSIONAL ENQUIRY 1 PROJECT
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...ENQUIRY PROJECT Considering the views on certain social discriminations based on sex, race, physical conditions and other oppressive situations this paper investigates the issues that guidance practitioners face when dealing with equal opportunities and upholding ethics, equality and professional practice in their work with clients. As Anti-oppressive practice of different legal and societal orientations, involve practitioners in actively seeking opportunities to challenge and undermine sexism, racism, ageism, disabilism and other forms of oppression and discrimination. This study suggests the practitioner to adopt a critical views of the institutions within which they work... REFLECTIVE PROFESSIONAL...
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An investigation and enquiry into Monologues
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...Enquiry into Monologues Introduction: Monologue can be commonly defined as the extended speech by a character in a drama. The main characteristic of a monologue or a dramatic monologue is that it is spoken aloud so that the audience hears it clear enough. The content of the monologue can be the character’s inner thoughts, or another character’s thoughts, or simply addressing the audience. Monologues are common across the range of dramatic media including plays, films, animation, and so on. Therefore, the primary objective of a monologue is to get inside the thoughts and feelings of characters. Origin and development of monologues: Coming to the origin of monologues, dramatic... An Investigation and...
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David Hume's An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding
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...Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding draws issues of understanding based on impressions and ideas, as well... Ideas and impressions According to Hume, all perceptions in the mind are categorized broadly in two different classes or species, which are then identified from each other based on their vivacity. This, to Hume, is the basis of ideas and conceptions that he speaks of as distinct features or aspects, that be distinguished from one another on a number of aspects. On this basis, impressions are the results of two things; direct sense experience and remembered or imagined experience, which translates to having two types of impressions that are sensation and reflection. Reflection, in this case,...
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Dichotomy of Critical Enquiry Situated in a Creative Experience
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...Enquiry situated in a creative experience Introduction This paper includes the real about empirical enquiry and critical thinking. To address this, the proponent chooses to include dichotomy of critical enquiry situated in a creative experience. Here are the two cases. A young musician successfully learns their first piece of music by repetition and study and plays/sings it through alone and for the first time with a firm inner understanding of the piece. On the other hand, a young musician learns their first piece of music by repetition and study and plays/sings it through under successful examination and in front of assessors with a firm sense of accuracy of the piece... ?Dichotomy of Critical Enquiry...
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Dichotomy of Critical Enquiry situated in a creative experience
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...Enquiry situated in a creative experience Introduction This paper includes the real about empirical enquiry and critical thinking. To address this, the proponent chooses to include dichotomy of critical enquiry situated in a creative experience. Here are the two cases. A young musician successfully learns their first piece of music by repetition and study and plays/sings it through alone and for the first time with a firm inner understanding of the piece. On the other hand, a young musician learns their first piece of music by repetition and study and plays/sings it through under successful examination and in front of assessors with a firm sense of accuracy of the piece... Dichotomy of Critical...
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Scepticism versus Human Nature: David Hume, Enquiry concerning Human Understanding
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...Enquiry concerning human understanding While philosophers like Locke, Leibniz and Descartes have tried to advance various theories on sources of knowledge, David Hume in his work, Enquiry concerning human understanding punched holes on the works of proponents of skepticism school of thought like Descartes. According to Hume, the only true source of all knowledge concerning matters of fact or existence is sensual experience. Human nature is therefore best placed to provide knowledge than skepticism. Hume questioned Descartes’ work which showed that any attempt to base knowledge on sensory experience was wrong-headed, since a series of skeptical arguments... Skepticism versus human nature: David Hume,...
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Educational Enquiry
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... A New Research Agenda for Educational Leadership and Policy 7th November, The relation between Ball’s biography and his evolving positions that have been presented in the two position papers From the review of Ball’s curriculum vitae, it is evidently clear that he is a very accomplished scholar who has successful completed numerous courses that have contributed to his enriched knowledge about the educational sector. Moreover, because of the fact that Ball acquired his latest academic qualification in 2003, which is the Doctor honoris causa from the University of Turku in Finland it means that he is well aware of the current educational landscape and issues that are affecting the current... A New...
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Educational enquiry
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...TMA03: Research Design and Data Production Applied on TMA01 and TMA02 By (Module and number) TMA03: Research Design and Data Production Applied on TMA01 and TMA02 Research design is very important in studies as it allows the researchers to carefully and accurately examine their chosen topics of investigation. It also influences in a good way the quality of the investigation taken for the benefit of adding valuable data to the pool of knowledge that various academic fields have been holding (Kumar 2008, p. 30). The research being done makes use of data gathered from previous sources or directly from experiments conducted, which must be used to identify, analyze and answer the specific... Research Design ...
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David Hume: An Enquiry concerning Human Understanding (Essay question)
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...Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding,” he discussesour impressions that are based off of our emotions and senses and discusses that ideas are just people’s thoughts based on these impressions. If the mind is conformed to only previous experiences, then he is under the assumption that ideas are only based on the fact that those experiences are what formulate ideas, leaving people to the ideal that only their past experiences create a closed mind, even stating that people “select the most striking observations and instances from common life; place opposite characters in a proper contrast: and alluring us into the paths of virtue by the views... 21 March David Hume’s Philosophies In David Hume’s “An...
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Impermanence of human conditions in Madame Tussaud, Washing-Day, Enquiry and Close of Spring
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...Enquiry and “Close of Spring” Nothing lasts forever, especially human injustices. Several works of literature expose the transitory nature of power, authority and social norms. Michelle Moran’s Madame Tussaud explores the French Revolution and the downfall of the French monarchy, as well as several revolutionaries. William Godwin dissects several political and social themes in Enquiry Concerning Political Justice. Anna L?titia Barbauld describes the shaveows of gender lines in “Washing-Day.” Charlotte Smith understands that the cycle of life ensures death and renewal in “Sonnet Written at the Close of Spring.” Madame... 8 October Impermanence of human conditions in Madame Tussaud, “Washing-Day,” Enquiry ...
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No, it is not possible to remove our values from sociological enquiry
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...enquiry al affiliation It is not possible to remove our values from sociological enquiry According to Becker (1967) sociology plays a major role in the society; that conforms to streamlining the society’s morals and values. However, various analysts have questioned the validity and reliability of the use of sociology to govern the society norms and values in a sensible manner. Though, sociologists face an extremely difficult time trying to handle the situation of solving conflicts on a sociological angle, it is justified to argue that it is completely unfeasible to alienate values and norms of people in the society from sociological enquiries... It is not possible to remove our values from sociological...
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Education - Educational Enquiry
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...? TMA03: Research Design and Data Production Applied on TMA01 and TMA02 By (Module and number) TMA03: Research Design and Data Production Applied on TMA01 and TMA02 Research design is very important in studies as it allows the researchers to carefully and accurately examine their chosen topics of investigation. It also influences in a good way the quality of the investigation taken for the benefit of adding valuable data to the pool of knowledge that various academic fields have been holding (Kumar 2008, p. 30). The research being done makes use of data gathered from previous sources or directly from experiments conducted, which must be used to identify, analyze and answer the specific... TMA03:...
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Evaluating the Traditional and Design-and-Build Methods in the Irish Construction Industry: An Empirical Enquiry
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...Enquiry Acknowledgements Abstract The current research aims to determine the evaluations of effectiveness of traditional and D&B procurement methods. A total of 59 respondents have been purposively enlisted as respondents to the study from 20 construction firms in Ireland. The residential buildings sector continue with the use of the traditional method of procurement. In this regard, the first null hypothesis was accepted that only the sector dealing with the construction of residential buildings continue to use the Traditional Method of Procurement. In contrast, the sectors dealing... ? Evaluating the Traditional and Design-and-Build Procurement Methods in the Irish Construction Industry: An Empirical...
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Educational Enquiry Assignment
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...?Article Critic The paper written by Hodkinson and Macleod focuses on different methodologies of learning and their relationship with the process of conceptualisation of learning. The paper defines learning in various ways, and defines and explains various methodologies that are being used and that can possibly be used to make the learning process easier and more popular. The authors have focused on several case studies and researches containing different aspects of learning processes and associated methodologies. Here a critical analysis of this paper concerning to different aspects is discussed. Task A: The authors have found that the aspects considered for the learning procedures... Critic The paper...
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Educational Enquiry Essay
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...? Education Inquiry Task Learning has been present since the inception of the world. Learning is considered contradictory and is often contested within different cultures and societies that use its concepts and linguistics due to its different meanings (Hodkinson and Macleod 173-189). These authors in supporting this statement claim that learning is a constructed concept that is usually developed by individuals for the purposes of understanding complex perceptions. Hodkinson and Macleod use two qualitative research, life history and mini-ethnographic methods. They also use quantitative methods, cross-sectional surveys and panel surveys (Hammersley 12-18). The first approach is considering... Education...
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Methods of enquiry : challenges /barriers facing young homeless people in manchester
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...Enquiry: Challenges /Barriers Facing Young Homeless People in Manchester Table of Contents Introduction 3 Literature Review 3 Background/Literature Review 3 Rational 6 Aims and Objectives/Questions 7 Proposed Outcomes 8 Methodology 8 Data Collection and Analysis 8 Collection of Data 11 Analysis 13 Validity and Reliability 13 Sampling 14 Sampling Technique 14 Ethical Issues 14 References 16 Introduction Homelessness is today, characterised as a major issue faced by the global society, especially the young generation people which is hampering their as appropriate physical and psychological development at large. There are numerous reasons which are responsible for homelessness amid young... ?Methods of...
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Is a philosophical science of metaphysics, such as Descartes, still possible after Humes Enquiry concerning Human Understanding
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...Enquiry concerning Human Understanding? This paper aims to discuss metaphysics in relation to the philosophical ideas presented by Descartes and Hume. Metaphysics is a branch of philosophy which particularly deals with the abstract concepts including time, space, beginning of nature, human being, mind, emotions, soul etc. Its core concepts can be better understood in comparison with other studies, for instance, physics focuses on the fundamental nature of physical realities which can be seen, touched or sensed (Fine). On the other hand a considerable number of philosophers have indicated that the world we live... Is a philosophical science of metaphysics, such as Descartes’, still possible after Hume’s...
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Research and Evidence Based Enquiry
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...Summary. Social research is simply research conducted by social scientists (primarily within sociology and social psychology), but also within otherdisciplines such as social policy, human geography, political science, social anthropology and education. The frame of reference in these findings is centered on stigma, which is viewed as a superficial labeled kind of identity, that is the fault of the mental health system. This circumvents persons suffering from social disapprobation and reduced life chances as a result of having been given a diagnostic label and an identity as a patient as a result of their contact with psychiatric institutions. Under this research Social scientist study... Social...
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Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of one or two particular research methods (e.g. ethnography narrative enquiry surveys q
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...enquiry; surveys; questionnaires; interviews). Refer to three or four relevant research articles in an area you may be interested in investigating and consider the strengths and weaknesses of the methods used in each context. Survey Research The survey research methodology mostly started with social science studies where it was applied for research on businesses, marketing trends, politics, and economics (Marelli, 2004). As these areas evaluate human behavior with most public actions founded on behavior, social science principles on survey research are very much applicable to public health... ?Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of one or two particular research methods (e.g. ethnography; narrative...
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Empirical Enquiry and Critical Thought
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...?How might Kant’s example of the ‘promise’ be useful in contemporary society? Explain both his theory and how it could be applied to a modern day event. Introduction In the case of signing a promissory note especially among business persons, there is a depiction of what it means to act out of inclination and out of duty. To act out of inclination, according to Kant is not living at the core foundation of the good will, but on the contrary he believed that this could only be made possible if we fully act out of duty (Garrett, 2006). Therefore, to sign a promissory note just to gain financial gain and without any intention of paying the incurred debt is a form of acting out of inclination... might Kant’s...
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An Enquiry into The Efficiency of Celebrity Endorsement As A Marketing Communication Strategy In Modern Day Society
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...Enquiry into the Efficiency of Celebrity Endorsement as a Marketing Communication Strategy in Modern Day Society Introduction: Commercial organizations have historically sought to seek attention of their customers through the use of attractive and innovative marketing techniques. In the contemporary world characterized by ever increasing competition to secure a substantial market share, marketers across the globe use eye-catching tactics to generate curiosity among the consumers and increase their brand awareness. As the significance of strategic product positioning and effective brand communication, has been realized and acknowledged within management circles, the use of...
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Educational Enquiry Education Article Analysis
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...? I chose the first pair of articles, “Children’s patterns of composition and their reflections on the composing process” by Myhill and “Connecting drama and writing: seizing the moment to write” by Cremin et. al., because they were on topics that interested me and because they provided two very different examples of how to construct an abstract. The Cremin et. al. article is relatively clear with its research questions, stating them explicitly in its abstract. The article seeks “to understand the nature of the support that drama offers to children as writers, and to identify features of writing which regularly surfaced in drama-related writing (Cremin 2006). In other words, they wanted... I chose the...
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REFLECTIVE PROFESSIONAL ENQUIRY 1 PROJECT
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...Introduction People have different aspects and this greatly determines how they perceive other people and also how they are also perceived by the other people. Some individual factors are innate and people have little or no control over them. In the anti oppressive approach these perceptions are broken into various groups which include; sexism, racism, ageism, ableism, class oppression and heterosexism. Most of the biases which are held by the guidance and counselling practitioners enter their practice without their knowledge. The guidance and counselling practitioners have been witnessing many forms of oppression in their work place. Thus they are faced with a responsibility of challenging... People...
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What do you understand by the terms Interprofessional Education (IPE), Interprofessional Working (IPW) and Enquiry Based learning (EBL) Discuss the potential
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...Enquiry Based learning (EBL)? Discuss the potential benefits and difficulties associated with them. Abstract Since last thirty years, the implementation of Interprofessional Education (IPE) has become more prevalent in order to promote alliance with social and health care by virtue of continual improvement of services as well as in bringing effectual dynamism and executing workforce strategies. This raises the expectation in relation to Interprofessional Working (IPW) by adding new aims with each following developmental framework, integrating various new queries unsupported by current contexts... What do you understand by the terms Interprofessional Education (IPE), Interprofessional Working (IPW) and...
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Management Enquiry and Research Methods (MBA)
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...Action Research One of the most vital areas of business development is that of the team and its integral role in the underlying success of the business. Functional teams serve as the basis of creating a successful company and its creation proves to be an ideal application of the tenets of action research. Team building strategies can be utilized as a means of improving the underlying goals of a business. This is evident in the overall organizational performance, design, strategic planning and problem solving. One research topic which may prove ideal for action research is how does one build an effective and efficient team within the workplace An applicable action research methodology... Research One ...
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The Gender and the Nature of Enquiry
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...?The Nature of Research Methods: Comparison and Contrast through Education Research Whether in objective or ive social inquiry, the importanceof the method used by the researcher cannot be overstated. In qualitative social research, the method is usually at the center of establishing a theoretical understanding of the issue being investigated by the researcher. Qualitative research as opposed to the positivist quantitative approach appreciates that human thought and emotion cannot be objectified and that the researcher exerts influence in the study (Cohen, Manion and Morrison 2007, pp. 3-19). Hence, the approach of the researcher is important since he/she is involved in the research... Nature of...
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Project management and methods of enquiry
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...?CONTENTS 1 Introduction 1.2 Overview...............................................................................................................1 1.3 Business Case......................................................................................... ............1 1.4 Background…………………...............................................................................2 1.5 Project Outcome/Deliverables..............................................................................3 1.6 Stakeholders Analysis...........................................................................................4 1.7 Time frames………………………………………………………………..……..5 1.8 Action plan... 1 Introduction 1.2...
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Module: Methods of Enquiry. topic: sustainable purchasing
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...Sustainable Purchasing Executive Summary Rationale: The proposed research study will be conducted with the intention of determining the importance ofsustainability for an organisation in the present competitive business scenario. The proposed study will also assist in evaluating the sustainability of an organisation’s suppliers based on three pillars comprising social, environmental and economic aspects. Methods: The proposed research study will be based on quantitative research approach. Data collected will be analysed through correlation analysis and regression analysis. The analysed data will be further evaluated with the assistance of hypothesis testing. Data Presentation. Data... Purchasing...
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In Section VIII Part ii of the Enquiry, Hume argues that, contrary to the usual views, moral responsibility requires the truth of necessity (determinism). What reasons does he offer to support that conclusion Evaluate his reasoning
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...enquiry concerning human understanding Introduction According to Hume, moral responsibility requires the truth of necessity. Hume gives a line of thoughts to support and validate this statement. The usual view perspective is that moral responsibility does not necessarily require the truth of necessity. Hume comes up with a different argument to counteract the normal thinking. In Hume’s argument, moral responsibility goes hand in hand with the determinism for an individual. Hume goes ahead and performs a thorough research on his case and comes up with different findings which he tables and puts on record. Personal thoughts and opinions depend on the moral responsibility of the individual... ...
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Methods of Enquiry - Research Proposal - International Ethics Conflicts
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...International Ethical Conflicts Executive Summary The purpose for this research is to analyse the outcomes of the various strategies that are used bythe company to resolve organisational ethical conflicts. The literature review suggests that one of the best ways of analysing the purpose is given by Hamilton, Knouse, Hill model that suggests the researcher to visit different organizations and ask relevant questions to the managers of the organization about the strategies and policies they use to resolve organizational conflicts. Through these questions the organization’s overall performance can also be judged. The research can be conducted in a mixed method approach by conducting survey over... Ethical...
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Crime and Punishment: A Conceptual and Ethical Enquiry
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... Ethics This paper begins with sharing very deep and disturbing assumptions about lawyers, their conduct and the fate of the legal system. The public has little confidence in lawyers’ ability to live up to ideals of equity, fairness, and justice. People think that an attorney’s ability to make the truth appear false and the guilty appear innocent automatically makes them talented liars. The lawyers’ ability to argue either side of an issue strongly raises the level of distrust amongst people. The most important person to the victim of any crime is a prosecutor. (Braswell 2005) Victims see the prosecutor as the person who is going to represent them and indeed the purpose... Ethics This paper...
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An ENQUiry into The Efficiency of Celebrity Endorsement As A Marketing Communication Strategy In Modern Day Society
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...?CHAPTER THREE 3 Introduction Methodology is a process which can be compared to the act of weighing scales; because it requires the same qualities such as balancing various possibilities with a view to allow the presentation of a well-balanced research (Cohen et al, Savvas-Nicolaos, 2009). However, decisions regarding the appropriate method to be chosen i.e. qualitative or quantitative is a somewhat difficult task. Methodology is a simple method which uses various procedures to highlight the key aspects of the study and help in making it more legible, by lending more credibility to it. It entails the collection of data, store and analyze it and finally present it in a logical format... THREE 3...
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Diana Coole and Samantha Frost argue that social and political enquiry needs a new ontology which incorporates matter. Why Wha
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...? DIANA COOLE AND SAMANTHA FROST By Diana Coole and Samantha Frost In the philosophical opinion of Diana Coole and Samantha Frost, past ontological approaches on political and social inquiry were inadequate in the sense in which they excluded certain perspectives of matter from their texts (Coole, & Frost, 2010). The two thinkers contend that new thinking about the qualities of matter and its relationships with other discourses expand the dimensions of political and social inquiry. Limitations of these discourses, in their view, relate to the inability of past researchers and philosophers to comprehend matter in terms larger than the fixed, rigid, and limited entity. Coole and Frost insist... DIANA...
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AN ENQUiry into The Efficiency of Celebrity Endorsement As A Marketing Communication Strategy In Modern Day Society
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...?CHAPTER THREE 3 Introduction Methodology is a process which can be compared to the act of weighing scales; because it requires the same qualities such as balancing various possibilities with a view to allow the presentation of a well-balanced research (Cohen et al, Savvas-Nicolaos, 2009). However, decisions regarding the appropriate method to be chosen i.e. qualitative or quantitative is a somewhat difficult task. Methodology is a simple method which uses various procedures to highlight the key aspects of the study and help in making it more legible, by lending more credibility to it. It entails the collection of data, store and analyze it and finally present it in a logical format... THREE 3...
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Diana Coole and Samantha Frost argue that social and political enquiry needs a new ontology which incorporates matter. Why What problem are they trying to address and how persuasive is their solution
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...Draft In the philosophical opinion of Diana Coole and Samantha Frost, past ontological approaches on political and social inquiry were inadequate in the sense in which they excluded certain perspectives of matter from their texts. The two thinkers contend that new thinking about the qualities of matter and its relationships with other discourses expand the dimensions of political and social inquiry. Limitations of these discourses, in their view, relate to the inability of past researchers and philosophers to comprehend matter in terms larger than the fixed, rigid, and limited entity. Coole and Frost insist that emerging realities in the fields of sciences, arts, geography, and other... In the...
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The financial crisis took place in banking in both the US or UK (pick one country only as your focus) due to a failure of banking corporate governance. Citing major commentators and the evidence from major sources of public enquiry, discuss the major issu
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...Financial Crisis in the UK Banking Sector Financial Crisis in the UK Banking Sector Introduction Globalization trends have had significant effects on the functioning of the entire society. These are characterized by the free flow as well as movement of goods, information and populations. They have made the society to be increasingly integrated into a single community. The sharing of information and products has greatly affected the standards of living of individuals. Populations that did not have access to quality products previously have had a chance to benefit from the same through the free flows of products across the globe. Likewise, those that did not have access to important natural... Crisis in...
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An ethical dilemma for the new CEO of Cheryl Tobin
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...enquiry into the matter in order detect any unethical practices and to ensure that compliance norms are strictly followed in the organization. However her efforts to instigate an enquiry into the matter evoked sharp yet passive response from two of the senior executives of the company including the legal counsel of the company. They advised that an external agency enquiring into the matter would complicate the issues and would lead to negative sentiments in the market that would adversely affect the performance... Summary Moral ethics and dilemmas surrounding the use of ethical practices have been a subject of major research in various circles. The present case also shows an ethical dilemma for the new C...
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Committee Memo
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...enquiry in the late August meeting that she had with FDA, Lexivia could be approved only as intervention for heart patients who are at very high risk. This could be a big setback as only 20% of patients undergoing heart surgery come under the category of very high risk patients. This would significantly reduce the market potential. Clinical Project Manager feels that further clinical research is needed for Lexivia to ensure that its approval from FDA is expanded to include larger database of heart patients. But, clinical research is expensive and time consuming that could significantly delay the launch of the drug. In case of further enquiry, please...
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Scientific Method of Inquiry
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...Enquiry and Their Application in a Research Project Methods of research enquiry are often considered as the ways wherein an individual can seek answers to specific research questions. There are numerous methods of research enquiry and one of the popular amid them is scientific method. Scientific method is regarded as a set of methods that are normally used for examining research phenomena, acquiring adequate research information and incorporating new knowledge. There are several scientific methods that can be executed for conducting an effective research inquiry (Michael, 2002). With this concern, the first method... ? Scientific Method of Inquiry Identification and of Scientific Methods of Research...
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Media law and ethics
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...enquiry can be taken as evidence support. What is newspaper? Newspaper can be described as a publication which is published daily or weekly which provides information and news to public about the local area and all around the world. It contains information about the current events and other information related to entertainment. As per abcteach(2008)“ A newspaper is a publication that is issued daily or weekly and includes local and international news stories, advertisements, announcements... ?Topic:  MEDIA LAW AND ETHICS – Newspaper Should be Totally Free. Introduction In today’s times, newspaper is a source of information which provides information on local and national level abundantly. Newspaper is...
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2-DISCUSSION QUESTION
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...Enquiry Physical handicap is the failure to coordinate specific body functions such as sensation, movement, coordination, speech or movement but excluding mental impairment or disability (Tomlinson et al., 2012). Over time, matters to deal with ethical or unethical considerations have sparked debate over time from lawyers, religious leaders, and even politicians. In my case, I think Maude is behaving unethical in one way and ethical from another perspective. When parks her car in a place reserved for the handicapped, she violates the “right-based ethical reasoning.” Although Maude has a constitutional right to park her car in place properly designated for her, she has no...
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To the Royal Academy of Farting by Benjamin Franklin
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...Enquiry of learned Physicians, Chemists, &c. of this enlightened Age"(Franklin). Here, Franklin is being sarcastic by saying that his proposal is worth a serious enquiry. If not for the title, one would never be able to anticipate the subject matter proposed for the enquiry. Franklin manages to mock all those who he intends to mock through this articl. He mocks the well-bred people who would consider it a lack of good manners if anyone farted in public. He also mocks the English people by mentioning that the English would be so ready to abuse one another. Also, while speaking about the utility of the product and the immortal fame the inventor would... To the Royal Academy of Farting - By...
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