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Ezra Pound and his influence on Literature of the Twentieth Century
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...Hugh Selwyn Mauberley is considered to have many similarities with the manner in which Henry James’ novels were constructed. Pound’s poem is considered by many and by Pound’s own admission to be a condensed version of the novels of Henry James. The combination of two genres can be seen in this process (Reising). The rise of the novel did lead to such intermixings of genres and Pound, one of the greatest innovators of the twentieth century, was one of the first to introduce such changes in these genres... ? Ezra Pound and his influence on Literature of the Twentieth Century Number Number Teacher’s Due Ezra Pound and his influence on Literature of the Twentieth Century Ezra Pound was one of the founders of ...
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Conrad's Literary Analysis
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...Hugh Selwyn Mauberley respectively. The First World War provided opportunities for literary responses. Additionally, the effects of the war can be well captured in literary materials such as To the Lighthouse and The Great Gatsby by Virginia Woolf... Article’s Argument The argues that the First World War had profound effects on many The literary materials that were based on the First World War expressed great disillusionment towards traditional Western ideologies and views. The tragedy of the war and its ideas of evolutionary progress provided materials for writers. In this case, the First World War influenced the ideas of writers such as T.S Elliott and Ezra Pound who wrote The Waste Land and Hugh...
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Hugh Hefner
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...Hugh Hefner, the brainchild and the publisher of the playboy magazine was born in 1926 from Nebraska parents whose economic activity was basically farming. He grew up in Montclair Illinois, though, a child he was so passionate about theatre and this was evident when he visited Mont Clare Theatre in Chicago quite frequently. This catapulted him to pursue a degree in Theatre at University of Illinois. After his graduation he launched a magazine; Playboy, a magazine that is currently a renowned and best selling male magazine that redefined the ideology of explicit nudity in the American culture. Launched in 1953, the magazine's objective was centered on explicit sexuality. Playboy... culture,...
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How To Help A Friend By Selwyn Hughes
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...Selwyn Hughes of Institute Academic Review of How To Help A Friend By Selwyn Hughes In this book, Selwyn focuses on how to go about the counseling ministry. Whereas the author also adopts the psychological principles in counseling, it is important to note that the foundation of counseling in “How To Help A Friend,” is purely a Christian approach. The model that Hughes proposes is anchored on the teachings of the Bible on values and how to live a righteous life before the Lord God. It is a firm foundation of Christian living and Christian view of the contemporary world. Hughes offers a rich and varies way of helping friends, family and the church through... ? Academic Review of How To Help A Friend By...
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Red Hugh Prince of Donegal by Robert T. Reilly
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...Hugh Prince of Donegal – A Book Report Author Robert T. Reilly’s book titled Red Hugh, Prince of Donegal is a very interesting historical fiction adventure story that is set against the backdrop of Ireland in the year 1587. This scintillating novel was first published by The Bruce Publishing Company in 1957 and was later re-published by Bethlehem Books in 1997. The real-life incident that this book is based upon is the fight for Ireland’s freedom during the 1500s. The characters portrayed in the book are all real historical figures and events of true-life incidents that really took place during that time. A few of the details and dialogue had to be fictionalized by the author in order... Red Hugh...
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Daft Armstrong's book- Organization Theory & Design :Case for analysis: Hugh Russell Inc
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...Hugh Russel, Inc was dependent upon its bankers, shareholders and acquirers to ensure that it remains intact and continue to function as a going concern. The dependence of the firm also outlined that the firm could actually achieve the desired level of change, if it can allow its external resources... ?The given case study outlines different aspects of the organizational theory and how different factors and actors can actually combine together to create an influence over an organization. The resource dependence theory outlines that external resources of the firm can influence the overall behavior of the firm. A closer analysis of the facts would suggest that the firm’s bankers have significant impact on...
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Thirty Acres by Philippe Panneton (Ringuet) and Two Solitudes by Hugh MacLennan
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...Hugh McLennan Question one The novel Thirty Acres by Philippe Panneton (Ringuet) endeavors to capture the failures, the success and the transformation experiences by one Quebec family that lived in the late 19th century through early 20th century. The diversity of social, economic and cultural shifts that emanated from the invading modernist in rural French Canada is pictured accurately in the life of farmer Euchariste Moisan. The quest of the first part of this paper is to analyze the difficulties that Quebec farmers faced in the early twentieth century, as presented by Ringuet in his novel. It will show this through evaluation... ?Thirty Acres by Philippe Panneton (Ringuet) and Two Solitudes by Hugh...
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Attitudes towards conscription, differences in religion and language in Two Solitudes by Hugh Maclennan
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...Hugh MacLennan is the of the novel two solitudes written in the year 1945. In the novel, the author views the conflict among the French speaking, Canada’s catholic, the Protestants and also the English speaking Catholics. The author uses various characters to portray the political and also the social conflicts between the French and English Canadians. The characters include a rich Quebec landowner, an industrialist who was English-Canadian and also a writer. The author of the two solitudes indicates that the cultures need to settle their differences (MacLennan and Robert 34). Discussion The novel indicates various dimensions towards the unification... The two solitudes by Maclennan Introduction Hugh...
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On Living in a Cold Country by Hugh MacLennan And Great Unexpectations by Margaret Atwood
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...Hugh McLennan and Margaret Atwood were both classical authors of the English literature. Understanding how they became the fine writers that they are now is indeed a thrill for many readers. Both of the said writers decided to use their poetic skills in creating a written record of their life for the aim pf presenting the said pieces to their beloved readers. Through the said creations, both writers were able to make reading their live’ record a more enjoyable reading to do. Point 1: How Canada... Thesis An autobiography of one’s life stands as a legacy of one’s being. This is especially true on the part of classical authors who decided put their autobiographies in forms of artistic written creations. H...
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The whole secret of life is to be interested in one thing profoundly and a thousand other things well Hugh Walpole
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...Hugh Walpole Sir Hugh Walpole, one of the renowned English novelists of his time, has given the world his famous works and well known words. Quotations like the above have made readers stop, think and reflect. Some people have ingrained these words to make them an important lesson of their lives, while many others have chosen to find such words irrelevant in today's times. Here is an analysis of this famous quote of his times. Thesis The quote tells us that the secret to succeeding in life is to be interested in one aspect deeply. The statement is true, which can be reflected through many examples... The whole secret of life is to be interested in one thing profoundly and a thousand other things well...
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Remembering my Childhood in the Continent of Africa
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...Hugh. After a close analysis of the article, I develop the opinion that the narrator has two personalities. I realized that the article in one way was ironical and in other way it was realistic. I see Sendaris as being jealous of his partner Hugh, since Hugh’s childhood was full of adventure and fun in Africa while he, Sendaris went through a normal childhood when growing up in North Carolina... Remembering my Childhood in the Continent of Africa The article, Remembering My Childhood on the Continent of Africa,is narrated by Sendaris. I found Sendaris’ comparison/contrast narrative as being extremely amusing. The narration is of two different lifestyles undergone by two different people Sendaris and...
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Digital technologhy plays a key role in eduction
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...Selwyn 2014, p.33). Digital technology is also believed to enhance individuals’ collaboration and distance learning through use of digital tools. It is also argued that digital technology has the potential to support socio-cultural forms of not only ‘situated learning’, but also the associated perception of ‘communities of practice’ (Selwyn 2014). Some educators also argue that digital technology has the potential to support ‘progressive’ which are non-authoritarian forms of engagement in education. The progressive educational engagement include child-centred learning as well as open forms of teaching which advocates meaning making and interpretation in addition to encouraging... PROJECT: YOUR PLAN...
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Should Public Employees be Required to Pay an Agency Fee
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...Hugh, Collins. Labour Law, Cases, Texts and Materials, Hart: Hart Publishing, 2005. Lipton, Charles. The Trade Union Movement of Canada: 1827–1959, Third edition Toronto, published by Canadian Social Publications, Montréal, Québec, 1967. Norman, Selwyn. Selwyns Law of Employment, London: Oxford University Press, 2008. Panitch, Leo & Swartz, Donald. From consent to coercion: The assault on trade union freedoms, third edition. Ontario: Garamound Press, 2003. Simon Honeyball, Honeyball and Bowers Textbook on Employment Law, London: Oxford University Press, 2010. Stiglitz, Joseph. The Price of Inequality: How Todays Divided Society Endangers...
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Information Policy
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...Hugh 2003 p34). Clauses like these usually ban a former employee from takeing part in competition which is direct or steeling clients as well as staff for a known period after resigning. Nevertheless, it is vital to keep in mind that the courts have usually been hesitant... Running Head: INFORMATION POLICY Information Policy s Information Policy Define Confidential Information Confidential Information Confidential Information" can be defined as any technical, financial, or business information or materials regarding the business an organization that is disclosed or given by the organization to Confidant, or that is taken from such information or materials. Confidential Information maybe disclosed in v...
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Financial relief
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...Hugh seem to disagree on the issue of whether Megan should get spousal maintenance. This is because while Megan believes that she should get spousal support from Hugh, Hugh on the other hand is not willing to pay spousal support for Megan, saying that she should look for a job and support herself. However, Megan has a right to claim for financial relief. Due to the fact that they can’t agree on the matter, there is need for the court to step in and decide on the amount of spousal support based on conditions established by the law. McIntyre and Sussman point out that modern purposes for spousal support... ? FINANCIAL RELIEF Type of the Paper January 22, 1558 words of the school Introduction Megan and Hugh ...
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South Africa
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...Hugh Masekela: “Stimela” Hugh Masekela was an icon of Black music. Besides “Grazin in the Grass” which was a massive hit in the 60’s, he gave us an equally popular song called “Stimela” which he recorded over and over again and hence had six different versions. Hugh drew his inspiration from South Africa which was his home town. In Hugh’s own words, “I owe an endless debt to the people of South Africa and all those other African communities all over the world that I have accessed, and lived with and learned their music. He has traveled the world over and carries with him the message of hope and deep belief in the healing power of music. He speaks passionately when he... South Africa Order No: 176169 No...
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Employment tribunal
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...Selwyn, 2006). One of the main issues that have been hampering the effectiveness of the employment Tribunals in the UK is lack of independence. There are normally too many vested interests within the tribunals themselves. It is quite common to find some employers or their lawyers influencing tribunal proceedings so as to get the outcome they want. Although employer manipulation of the tribunals is very common, there are also instances of employees influencing tribunal decisions... ?Effectiveness of Employment Tribunals in Resolving Disputes Employment Tribunals were established in the UK in 1964 to hear cases related to disputes that arise between employees and their employers. The most common of the...
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Labor Law DIscussion board 3
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...Selwyn, 34). Regardless of her working contact being terminated or not Amanda should not give up the compensation of her health benefits. According to Selwyn all employees are entitled to be given... Labor laws Health policies in the United s were formulated in deep regards of employee-employer agreements. However, legal documents and specifications shape this relationship. This fact has shielded many employers from exploitation of court decisions. The same applies to employees who sign working contracts to prevent their employers from exploiting them. Minus working contracts there some genera laws that tend to shape the health policy relationship between employees and employers. One significant law...
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Modernist Literary Movement
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...Hugh Selwyn Mauberly. T.S. Eliot, Poems, The Sacred Wood: Essays on Poetry and Criticism, The Second-Order Mind, and Tradition and the Individual Talent. W.B. Yeats, Michael Robartes and the Danceri, Four Plays for Dancers and Four Years. James Joyce, Ulysses. William Carlos Williams, Go Go, and Spring and All. Thomas Mann, The Magic Mountain. T.S. Eliot, The Hollow Men. W.B. Yeats, Per Amica Silentia Lunae and In Memory of Major Robert Gregory. W.B. Yeats, The Wild Swans at Coole. W.B. Yeats, The Second Coming. William Carlos Williams, Sour Grapes. Virginia Woolf, Jacob’s Room. Elizabeth Bowen, Encounters. W.B. Yeats, The Cat and the Moon. Virginia Woolf, Mrs... Modernist Literary...
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Book Review
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...Hugh Macleod as a young writer while living in the outskirts of town in YMCA. This prolific writer and cartoonist’s book shows his creativity, which started doodling on the backs of business cards while sitting at a bar. Hugh’s cartoon presentations ultimately led to a renowned blog gapingvoid.com. This blog together with Hugh’s literary works captured a reputation of humour and pithy insights, which were presented either in words or in moving pictures. This research paper review Hugh Macleod’s Ignores everybody and 39 other keys to creativity book. Additionally, it explains the social... Book Review: Ignore Everybody: And 39 Other Keys to Creativity This book narrates the struggling experiences of...
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Employment Law
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...Hugh Collins, Regulating... Topic: Employment Law Language Style: English UK Grade: 2 Answer: Before attempt to answer this question, it would be significant to discuss about the meaning of restrictive covenant and its implications to the present context. Employers often seek to incorporate post-termination obligations into an employee’s contract of employment consists of clause which prohibits an employee from competing with his ex-employer, and not to do certain things after he or she leaves the company. (1) In order to discuss this issue that whether Balmoral can change the terms of his contract by imposing new restrictive covenants, it necessitate to consider few general matter of employment contract....
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Union disciplinary actions from a human resource perspective in health care
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...Selwyn, p. 550). As a result, union’s disciplinary actions facilitate fair treatment of employees within the unions. The impacts of these treatments are however far reaching and are felt within the employee’s work environment. Psychological effects of unfair disciplinary actions against an employee by his or her union impacts the working status of the employee and hence the employer. As a result, a health care human resource is significantly affected... ?Union disciplinary actions from a human resource perspective in health care Introduction Unions are organizations that bring employees together withthe aim of pursuing common objectives under a collective bargaining principle. The unions, with the main...
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Plagiarism and Online Education
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...Selwyn article, the issue of plagiarism is still addressed taking a research study conducted... in institutions of higher education in the UK. He acknowledges that plagiarism started away long back in history and is a general type of misconduct performed by students in various levels. With many developments in the internet technology has seen a tremendous increase of plagiarism cases known as online plagiarism with new ways of cheating (Selwyn, 2008). Data from the research show there are a number of students who acknowledge of plagiarizing internet documents and these vary in regard of course taken, learning background and gender. There is also revelations of a...
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American cuisine overview of the culinary development of the Deep South
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...Hugh Acheson: Hugh Acheson is a Canadian celebrity chef and restaurant owner. He currently owns three restaurants in Georgia. He is also the author of the book, ‘New Turn in the South: Southern Flavors Reinvented for Your Kitchen’ published in 2011. He has worked... American cuisine overview of the culinary development of the Deep South Matt McCallister: Matt McCallister is the chef and owner of one of the most famous restaurant in Dallas, the FT33 restaurant. The restaurant opened in 2013 but has in a very little time gained the reputation of one of the most talked restaurants in Dallas. The serving theme is seasonal inspired modern cuisine. His cuisine is known for its presentation, and the perfect...
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Advice for claim for financial relief
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...Hugh. Therefore, the discussion of the report will focus towards developing the financial claim which will be incorporated necessary elements including law, property claiming act along with other major concerns. Case Overview According to the case, it can be observed that Megan and Hugh agreed to mutually separate from each other due to personal conflicts based on adultery issues. As noted by Megan, it can be observed that she wants... ?Advice for Claim for Financial Relief Table of Contents Introduction 3 Case Overview 3 Legal Concerns 4 Recommendations 5 Conclusion 9 References 11Introduction In general, financial claims for proceeding mutual adjustment in case of married couples, applying for divorce...
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Employment Law for Business Today and Tomorrow
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...Selwyn, 2008). Take the example of USA wherein a number of states allow employment at will for both stakeholders: employers and employees... Employment Law for Business Today and Tomorrow Employment Law Employment law is an important organ of a body of laws. Subsequent rulings and the precedents relate to the legal rights of the employees and the obligations on them in discharging their duties in the best interest of the organization. Therefore, it has direct bearing on the tripartite relationship of unions, employers and employees. In this respect, we know two broad spectra of laws: a) collective employment law which comprises the mentioned three stakeholders, namely collective bargaining agents, emplo...
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Theories of motivation
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...Hugh 2007). It should also be regarded its major strength is its unique recognition... Running Head: THEORIES OF MOTIVATION Theories of Motivation in Harvard Style by Motivation has been and is still an important issue in human resource management. Various theories have been established which raises the issue of what motivates employees to do their best in the accomplishment of a particular task (Finemann, Sims & Yannis 2006). However, it should be noted that even though the main theories of motivation which have gained recognition could not adequately suffice as each has its own set of strengths and weaknesses. This paper will examine two major theories of motivation namely Maslow's hierarchy of needs...
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English Literature: The Corruption of the American Dream
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...Hugh Wolfe, a furnace tender in one of the iron mills, and various friends and relatives of his, including his cousin Deborah, the plot leads to the tragic death by suicide... ?English Literature: The Corruption of the American Dream. The short story “Life in the Iron Mills, or, The Korl Woman” by Rebecca Harding Davis consists of a grim account of working class life in an American industrial environment during the middle of the nineteenth century. It is remarkable for its vivid and realistic description of the working and living conditions of the workers and for its philosophical reflections on ways of remedying the worst ills of this period. After a long and distressing depiction of the sufferings of...
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Law --Problem solving
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...Hugh are fixtures or chattels and as such the overall distinction between them should be based upon the principle of whether they have been fixed with the real property or not. In Leigh V Taylor (1902)2... Introduction Australian Property Law regulates the rights and obligations of the individuals in relation to the property. Accordingly, it ifies the property into two different classes and subsequently set the rights and responsibilities of each individual with relation to the property and determines the ownership and rights. Since Australia is a common law country and as such individuals have the rights and obligations for property which are available in most of the common law countries. The situation ...
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Managing and Leading Change
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...Selwyn, 2011). The Kurt and Lewin 3 stage process is composed of three elements Unfreeze, Change and Refreeze. Figure 1:Kurt Lewin Model (Source: Bauer, 2011) Unfreeze... ?Managing and Leading Change Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Change Management and Its Importance 3 Challenges Faced by the Organization 4 Communication & Management Plan 7 Conclusion 10 Analysis 11 References 12 Introduction Change Management and Its Importance Change is a necessary and ubiquitous phenomenon which is and has become prominent in all the organizations. Change management has been in existence for over a century and despite the huge amount of investment by the companies in implementing tools and...
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Managing and Leading Change
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...Selwyn, 2011). The Kurt and Lewin 3 stage process is composed of three elements Unfreeze, Change and Refreeze. Figure 1:Kurt Lewin Model (Source: Bauer, 2011... Managing and Leading Change Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Change Management and Its Importance 3 Challenges Faced by the Organization 4 Communication & Management Plan 7 Conclusion 10 Analysis 11 References 12 Introduction Change Management and Its Importance Change is a necessary and ubiquitous phenomenon which is and has become prominent in all the organizations. Change management has been in existence for over a century and despite the huge amount of investment by the companies in implementing tools and software there h...
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What can we learn from children's own experience of technology and media outside school
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...Selwyn et al., 2010: 46). By employing technological... ? What can we learn from children's own experience of technology and media outside school? A Discussion Paper of Submission Word count: 1,987 Introduction Media and technology experiences outside the classroom can give learning opportunities for every student. Our collective media and technological culture can function as the foundation for classroom study (Leask & Meadows, 2000: 66). The basic issue is how the media and technology is applied by individuals. By using their understanding of effective teaching and applying advanced instruments, teachers can assist children in inventing, envisioning, and gaining new knowledge and learning levels...
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Employment law
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...Hugh Collins, Labour Law, Cases, Texts and Materials (2005) Hart Publishing Keyshawn Walker and Arn Morell, "Labor and Employment: Workplace Warzone", Liontos, Demetri. Collaborative Bargaining: Case Studies and Recommendations. Eugene: Oregon... ? Introduction Dismissal is a common phenomenon in at work, which is instituted by employers. Lack of competence, sicknessthat interferes with the quality of services and substantive reasons justify dismissal. If an employee is caught in situations that may tarnish the reputation of a company, he/she can also be dismissed. This is especially if such an individual has committed criminal acts. The company may dismiss them due to real or perceived losses, which may ...
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Labor laws
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...Selwyn, 2008). The best means of establishing a regulatory system that could protect employees against exploitation was through via the legal system that has already been established and holds valid authority on such matters. The legal system established a set of labor laws that were meant for this purpose and designed to fight for the “Average Joe” so to speak. Labor laws can be described as a set of rules that govern the relationship between an employee and their employer and have been designed to act as a baseline of what is expected from both parties (Ewing, McColgan & Collins, 2005). It can be said that these laws... ? Labor Laws Introduction The business world has continued to grow and expand over...
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The Matching Hypothesis
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...Hugh Grant... Matching Hypothesis Matching Hypothesis: Research Study Measuring Perceived Celebrity Attractiveness BY YOU ACADEMIC ORGANISATION Matching Hypothesis 2 Abstract The purpose of this research study is to investigate the validity and accuracy of the Matching Hypothesis; which implicates that people of similar traits of physical attractiveness are drawn toward one another in establishing romantic relationships. The participants of this study were exposed to 14 photographs of public celebrities and solicited to measure each celebritys physical attributes on a scale measuring one to ten. A cumulative average score was calculated for each famous individual for the sake of supporting or invalidating...
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...Hugh 3 (b)Necessity of this procedure 4 (c)Usage of the accounting procedures by Pedro 5 (d)Discussion of the comment made by Hugh Knock 6 Reference List 8 (a) Costing procedures used by Hugh The costing procedures that Hugh Knock had thought of, for selling bags of peanuts, are Operating Costing or Service Costing and Overhead Costing. Operating cost can be defined as the ongoing cost for running a business, product or system. It basically denotes day-to-day expenses that a business has to incur. In an income statement, it is presented as sum of expenses for a period of time, such as, a month or year (Mittal, 2006). Operating... Finance and Accounting Table of Contents (a)Costing procedures used by...
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Workplace Safety Health
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...Selwyn &Norman, 37). To gain the safety commitment the following activities need to be performed: Assessment and management of risk, by defining the risk exposure, defining their probability, defining their consequences, and calculating the risk score and rating. Secondly, the site is identified and assessed in terms of its risk. The prospective site hazards in the work are chemical... ? Workplace Safety Health Introduction It is the policy of the company to ensure every person working in the organization at any place works in a minimum risk situation and environment. To achieve the objective, the company needs to make effort in ensuring compliance with training, hazard control, and prevention of...
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Global management, people, and the digital divide
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...Selwyn, 2004, pp. 345-360). In summation, even though the digital divide poses a significant threat to ICT development, concerted efforts like the OLPC programme will aid in bridging it and enhancing technology education outcomes. Such programmes will afford needy students the substantive resources they require to keep abreast with the rapidly developing world of technology... Global Management, People, and the Digital Divide Emergence of computers and their advanced peripherals has played a significant role in revolutionising the modern society. These vital advances make it possible for the contemporary populace to gain access to professional and social networks traversing the entire globe. The...
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Psychosocial studies (module: families studies)
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...Selwyn (2000)) There are usually two types of paedophile behaviour, the incestuous and the non incestuous. The incestuous is the attraction to children belonging to the same family while the non incestuous is the attraction to children who are not of the same family. In most cases the cause of Paedophilia is as a result of child hood... Child sexual abuse: Introduction: Sexual abuse against children affect their psychological functioning as they develop, therefore this requires long term psychotherapy and this will help the victim to cope with the damages this behaviour causes. Paedophilia is the sexual attraction for children by adults and most of the paedophiles are men. (Boushel, Fawcett and Selwyn ...
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How Has Architecture Developed
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...Hugh, 2000; 20). Architecture was an important discipline... How Has Architecture Developed? al Affiliation This essay looks at how the field of architecture has developed over the years. This is done by analyzing the trends in the earlier years and comparing it to what is currently being witnessed. Studying the development not only helps in knowing where improvements have been made but also provides an insight into possible future trends. At first, structures were just put up for mere survival. There was no beauty in the designs created. One thing that cannot fail to be noticed was however the sense of purpose to essentials of the strictures. There is no exact date which is ear marked as the start of ar...
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...Hugh, p196). Repatriation Training and Orientation Repatriation is the practice of getting the expatriates home... Global Staffing Managers can apply human resource management as a tool to improve their organizations competitiveness at the internal level when the challenges and the opportunities facing their firms are of global nature. This paper basically examines the challenges facing the expatriate job assignments, levels of international involvement and the strategies that can make these assignments more effective. It mainly addresses the global staffing in relation to the expatriate families, global careers, health/safety issues and repatriation. In order for an organization to accomplish its goals ...
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Psychosocial studies (module: families studies)
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...Selwyn (2000)) There are usually two types of paedophile behaviour, the incestuous and the non incestuous. The incestuous is the attraction to children belonging to the same family while the non incestuous is the attraction to children who are not of the same family. In most cases the cause of Paedophilia is as a result of child hood... Child sexual abuse: Introduction: Sexual abuse against children affect their psychological functioning as they develop, therefore this requires long term psychotherapy and this will help the victim to cope with the damages this behaviour causes. Paedophilia is the sexual attraction for children by adults and most of the paedophiles are men. (Boushel, Fawcett and Selwyn (2...
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Literary criticism
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...Selwyn 110). The lottery is played by means of a draw whereby Mr. Summers, the main in charge of the lottery, draws a slip of paper from a black box. The protagonist, Mrs. Hutchinson, the one stoned at the end of the story, came late during the ritual, but at the end, she was able to unleash her real self with such a very outward expression. However, she had to be friendly with other... ?Literary Criticism The Introduction Critics target primitive fictional stories as of these works use symbolist approach in their dispositionof writing the plot. Letters or words are used as symbols to provide significant picture or image in the mindset of the reader (Burgoyne 46). Literary theory implies possible...
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English Myal by Erna Brodber
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...Selwyn Langley... Myal by Erna Brodber The novel Myal appeared in 1986. It vividly portrays unique Caribbean religions and their influence on ordinary people. Religious context is used as lens of emotional and psychological state of the characters shaping the atmosphere of the novel. The main characters address such universal virtues as equality and faith and give insight look into spiritual world of every person. Religious context and unique story telling bring freedom and innovation to the narration through illusion and syncretism. The main character of the novel is Ella O'Grady. She is a daughter of an Irish father and a back housekeeper. The events of the novel take place in Grove Town in 1919. Sel...
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Disciplinary actions
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...Selwyn, 2008). The presence of discrimination has served to kill the motivation of many an employee, and in its absence a more healthy competition among workers... ? Employment Legislation Employment Legislation The government and other ities have taken it upon themselves to ensure that fairness is achieved in the employment process by organizations while selecting candidates in order to avoid discrimination. Even without the interference of these external forces, it is essential that an organization eliminates any form of discrimination from its employment process be it in-house or external so as not to soil the name of the company and drive its image down as a result. In order to do this, there are a...
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Court Report
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...Selwyn Leeks when deciding whether to investigate sexual misconduct complaints against him. County Court judge Jim Duggan last week awarded a woman $55,000 in damages after finding that Dr Leeks had taken advantage of her for his sexual gratification. The woman was a psychiatrist patient. Judge Duggan said the controversial doctors behaviour was reprehensible and a gross dereliction of duty. The patient, whose history includes physical and sexual abuse and psychiatric illnesses, saw Dr Leeks about... Doctors sexual conduct scrutinised William Birnbauer August 27, 2006 AdvertisementAdvertisement THE VICTORIAN Medical Practitioners Board will examine a judges comments about former child psychiatrist Dr...
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Labor Relation
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...Selwyn, 2008). The other function of immigration and non-discriminatory labor laws is to protect the citizens and authorized immigrants from discriminatory hiring and firing on the basis of citizenship and country of origin. There are thus several anti-discriminatory provisions contained under Acts and statutes such as the INA. The second type of labor law establishes standards and guidelines for setting minimum wages for employees as well as the payment of overtime... for workers (Selwyn, 2008). This type of labor law, exemplified by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), demands that employers are fairly pay employees for any overtime work done, irrespective of their race,...
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SWAT & PEST
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...Hugh’s option is the expertise that Hugh is expected to have. The study indicates that Hugh has previously worked with different winemakers and undertaken different levels of trainings. The other strength faced by this option is the price superiority; the premium cider sells at a price higher than the regular cider... ?The decision problems faced by many firms in the business sector can be analyzed from one perspective. The general way of identifying the problems and proposed solutions is by analyzing the internal and external environment of the business to identify the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats faced by the company. The main strength faced by Sampson’s family relating to Hugh’s...
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...Hugh Masekela. The Miner Auditorium had men, women and youths screaming to the top of their voices as the breeze of the music played on. The environment was a relaxing one as the patrons ensured that all the visitors were served adequately. Everyone was free to share a joke with their neighbors as they enjoyed the good moments. The indoor facility was captivating as a mixture of lights shone in the room following the rhythm of the music. The venue was just the ideal place to be as its sole purpose is to hold music events. This was a great place to be because... in what is deemed good music. A few questions though bothered me, how did he come to combine different genres of music to form one...
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Individual Employment Law
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...Selwyn 2006, p. 451). Case Study In the case Royal Bank of Scotland V Harrison... ? Individual Employment Law The Employment Rights Act 1996 mainly covers employees with an employment contract. The Employment Rights Act 1996 [57A] stipulates that employees have an entitlement to permission by their employers to take a reasonable time off during the employee’s working hours; this may be for the purposes of taking action that is necessary. The action may encompass availing assistance on occasions of dependant’s illness, injury or assault (Marsh & Soulsby 2002, p. 304). Dependants in this case apply to persons such as spouses, children, parents, or persons living in the same household as the employee....
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