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Participatory Culture of Henry Jenkins
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...Participatory Culture of Henry Jenkins The ideas and concepts illustrated by Henry Jenkins begin with a of optimism that encourage the youth of today to engage in what he calls as ‘participatory culture’ and proceeds to expand on this by relating it to literacy. Jenkins does not vacillate or stumble with his approach or the concept that redefines literacy and takes it to new standards. The crux of his idea is that literacy in the 21st century should be measured as a social or group skill rather than subjective. In short, he has tried to unravel that, whether it is knowledge or education, it should be shared and spread in the present times with the help of different tools that he... Critical Response –...
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Participatory model in leading change
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...Participatory Model for Leading Change Battilana et al. found that managerial leadership competencies are related to the likelihood that they will emphasize on different activities during planned implementation of organizational change. Leadership competencies include effectiveness of person-oriented and task-oriented behaviours. Leadership planning for organizational change implementation include communicating the need for change, mobilizing the support for change, and evaluation of change implementation. Planning organizational change as a generic phenomenon could mask idiosyncrasies within different activities involved in change implementation, and unique functions of leadership during... ...
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PAR (Participatory Action Research) and immigration
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...Participatory Action Research There are various methods used in research and participatory action research is one of them. It is used in public health research and uses a different approach from the rest. Most research methods compile data which is used in analyzing a situation and later finding a solution or the way forward. In PAR, more emphasis is put on reflecting on health matters. It also involves collection of data although in this case the main action taken at improving the health issues is done by the concerned people aimed at improving their health. The reflective part of PAR is based on the available knowledge and its influential extent in...
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Participatory Effort in Developments of Raising Capital
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...Participatory Effort in Developments of Raising Capital Raising capital now requires a different approach. Earlier the companies had to woo the individuals to attract them to their issues. Now they have to attract the big investors as the amount of capital required is also getting to be huge. The companies want to play it safe by ensuring that a large amount of their capital needs are covered by private placements prior to their going for a public issue. In turn the large investors are also offered an opportunity to gain higher returns as well as value for their earlier investment in a Greenfield project. However this type of investment calls for awareness in the...
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Participatory Evolution: From Human to PostHuman
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...Participatory Evolution Participatory Evolution: From Human to Post Human Introduction A human is that form of living thing on earth characterized by possessing a well developed brain and hence the ability to think, decide and act. This property is known as intellect. Early humans had improperly developed nervous system. It is with time that everything on earth underwent consistent transformation and this process of occurrence of changes so as to have good adaptability towards surrounding leading to a better functionality of beings concerned is known as evolution. The following essay deals with this topic in five parts: humans, evolution process,...
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What is the significance of 'participatory culture' to contemporary graphic design practice
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...Participatory Culture of Graphic Design Number Department Participatory Culture of Graphic Design The participatory culture of graphic design refers to information generation, reception and critiques by interactive technology platforms. Under the system users enjoy the democracy that comes with their enhanced ability to input new information rather than depend on predetermined information. Previously, visual information, for example, was only effective when an individual saw the message. The recipient of the message could not ‘modify’ the original information. In light of this, graphic design is present in the sense that the information so...
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Compare and Contrast the drive participatory styles of management, describe which one would you use and why
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...Participatory Styles of Management One style of participatory management is information management. It focuses on the establishment of such an environment in the workplace where employees readily share information. This includes all kinds of information including earnings, strategic planning, and financial projections. This style promotes transparency in every business aspect and encourages employees to participate, comment, and suggest. Another style of participatory management is known as recognition management which consists of a forum wherein employees get recognition as a result of their contributions and achievements. Such an...
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Jenkins (2006) Confronting the challenges of participatory culture: Media Education for the 21st century
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...participatory culture is one with few barriers to the expression of one’s artistic creativity or civil engagement as well as a tendency to support the creation and sharing of media especially on a digital platform (Jenkins et al 2006). More than a half of teens have created media content a third of whom have used the available social media such as Facebook, twitter and other platforms to share it with their peers and friends globally and locally. The study found that such culture has allowed young people to educate themselves and each other and it has played a major role in reducing intellectual poverty as well as increasing social cultural diversification (Jenkins et al,...
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'How can participatory approaches influence all aspects of young children's rights'
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...participatory approaches influence all aspects of young children’s rights? Introduction Respect for human rights is crucial for true development. It is important that these rights are not trifled with under any circumstances. Nurick and Johnson (2001) highlights the principles of these rights wherein, rights are universal and everyone is entitled to theirs and that these must be equally available to all and not only to a selected few. Likewise, these rights belong to individual the moment they are born and is inherent in everybody. As such, these rights need not be given for it is already theirs hence, must not be taken away. More so, there should be no preference regarding a person’s... ?How can...
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Public culture: the politics of participation/How participatory or inclusive is a cultural space
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...participatory culture. It is indeed true that of all the aspects related to a cultural space, its architecture happens to be a salient influence that innately and tacitly conveys much as to the kind of individuals and groups who could feel at home in it (Littler & Naidoo 2005, p. 104). In that sense the New Museum of Acropolis in Athens does shatter many conventional, elitist, and anachronistic expectations when it comes to its architecture. Subjectively considered many individuals do find many comparable European cultural spaces, like the British Museum or the Louvre Museum to ooze out a kind... of the of the Concerned 27 December The New Museum of Acropolis in Athens- A Step towards the...
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Bounded Empowerment: Analyzing Tensions in the Practice of Youth-Led Participatory Research in Urban Public Schools, Emily Ozer et al
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...PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH IN URBAN PUBLIC SCHOOLS Introduction The study conducted involved a large enough number of students of about the same age. It was also carried out over a relatively extended period. It is recommeded to lament that study also involved an ethnically diverse data pool which points to objectivity when it comes to diversifying the respondents and study subjects. Involvement of teachers in the schools is also bound to have played a imperative role in the research findings as teachers play a pivotal role in any young students life and development... BOUNDED" EMPOWERMENT: ANALYZING TENSIONS IN THE PRACTICE OF YOUTH-LED...
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Pick one cultural space, site, exhibition, performance or project. How inclusive and participatory is it, and why
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...participatory or not. Various academic resources are consulted to understand how humans perceive and live cultures. The essay also looks into the reasons why some cultural practices are inclusive while others are rigid. Towards the end, a brief summary of the research findings are given as a summary to help... Morris Dancing – Inclusiveness and Participation Morris Dancing – Analysis of Cultural History, Participation and Inclusiveness Knowledge and understanding are relevant. It is difficult to understand any concept in its entirety. For instance the definition of arts and culture can never be fully grasped because they are constantly evolving. When people talk about various art forms like theatre, music...
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Does diversity of opinion in the press matter any more, now we have access to participatory and social media
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...Participatory Culture. New York: Routledge. Jenkins, H. (2006). Convergence Culture: Where Old and New... ?Diversity of Opinions in the Press Introduction: There are lots of a different of views present today about the diversity of opinions in the press; many believe that diversity of opinions is still mandatory in the press, while others have different ideas in this regard. As they believe that newspapers are now out dated and are too slow in terms of providing news and views to the public. Furthermore, newspapers have less magnitude in terms of diversification as compared with the social media websites or blogs. As a result print media industry around the world is facing serious financial turmoil...
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The effective use of participatory action within public-private partnership in the provision of housing for key workers bearing
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...Participatory Action within Public-Private Partnership in the Provision of Housing for Key Workers Table of Contents Page No. 1. Introduction ……………………………………………………… 3 1.1 Objectives ………………………………………….................. 3 1.2 Hypothesis ……………………………………………………. 4 2. Arnstein’s ladder of participation ………………………………… 4 2.1 How people value housing .…………………………………… 5 2.2 Impact of housing on human development …………………… 5 2.3 Corporate social responsibility ……………………………………….. 6 2.3.1 Carrying field work for CSR …………………………………. 9 2.4 Sustainability in housing provision …………………………… …….. 10 2.5 Conceptualising participation for both public and private sectors ……. 13 3. Citizen power: The Ghana... ? The Effective Use of...
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S facebook a good or bad example of participatory culture Explain by connecting these ideas to your own arguments- develop and justify your own view ( write both good and bad points)
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...Participatory Culture? Explain by connecting these Ideas to your own Arguments. Develop and justify your own view Name Course Date Is Facebook a Good or Bad Example of Participatory Culture? Explain by connecting these Ideas to your own Arguments. Develop and justify your own view Introduction In the year 2005, it was reported that a third of all teenagers that had utilized the internet had shared with other users what they had made up. This in itself is a type of participation, a participation in sharing. When Jenkins came up with the term participatory culture, he wanted us to think along a line that led us to the true meaning of participation. He used this term... Is Facebook a Good or Bad Example of...
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Why People Smoke - Qualitative:advocacy/participatory research study
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...?Running Head: Research Proposal Research Proposal [Institute’s Research Proposal- Why people Smoke Introduction According to global smoking statistics, smoking has killed 12 times more British people than World War II had. Yet, smoking is one of the most prevalent habits. According to another survey, 15 billion cigarettes are sold everyday which is approximately equal to 10 million cigarettes every minute (Siahpush et al, 2003). This research addresses the issue at its very route and tries to come up with long-term solutions. As will be explained later, the research points out at factors that might affect the addiction to smoking along with a comparative study between developed... Head: Research...
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Why People Smoke- Qualitative advocacy/participatory research study
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...Running Head: Research Proposal Research Proposal [Institute’s Research Proposal- Why people Smoke Introduction According to global smoking statistics, smoking has killed 12 times more British people than World War II had. Yet, smoking is one of the most prevalent habits. According to another survey, 15 billion cigarettes are sold everyday which is approximately equal to 10 million cigarettes every minute (Siahpush et al, 2003). This research addresses the issue at its very route and tries to come up with long-term solutions. As will be explained later, the research points out at factors that might affect the addiction to smoking along with a comparative study between developed... Head: Research...
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Teams and organizations lead by two leaders
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...Participatory and Transformative Leadership Virtually everyone appears to approve that organizations and teams need high morale to be great or produce great results. After all, when there is high morale in an organization, employees act with greater focus and energy on achieving goals. Conversely, when the level of morale is low, employees tend to spend more time making complaints and act with less energy. In the latter scenario, employees spend more time attempting to protect their positions or look for other jobs (Bass & Bass, 2009). In short, morale correlates with the performance of employees as employees devote minimal time towards achieving results in situations where there is low... Leadership...
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Discussion Questions Week one
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...participatory management and single management and importance of strategic management. Introduction Strategic management as the name suggests, is the process of making successful strategies for the growth of an organization. Without strategies no organization can function... Running Head: Strategic Management Strategic Management Strategic Management Strategic Management 2 Strategic Management is the highestlevel activity of any management process. Normally the top management team led by the Chief Executive Officer is responsible for the development of strategic management of each organization. This paper briefly analyzes the difference between strategic management and other forms of management,...
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Evolving Public Health Nursing Role
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...participatory research (CBPR) and encourages the community members and trusted community leaders to be engaged in problem identification, project evaluation and dissemination processes. The critical and social action theory provides the philosophical basis for CBPR approach. It creates partnerships with members from different social economic status and maintains balance between community members and researchers through shared leadership, teaching and learning between each group. Public health nurses and community partners are able to be sensitive to ecological context and culture which is important in health... Evolving public health nusing role al affiliation Action research is usually led by...
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Article analysis
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...participatory approaches have been made. The researcher has conducted this research to bring out to what level a child is affected when they are in a stage of mobility. The main focus has been stressed upon participatory method of research. As a result, researchers have increasingly come to regard more inventive and non-verbal research practices... ?DEVELOPING CREATIVE METHODS WITH CHILDREN Summary For bringing in new and ground-breaking methods in social research, researchers are trying to makeuse of creative methodologies. A research has been conducted on children who are in a migratory position. A variety of approaches have been made in order to make this creative research. Both qualitative and...
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The News Media
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...participatory journalism, report on that article. If you did not find such an article, report on the article you read and show how it is representative of or different from some media characteristic or trend that you learned about this week. Part 1 Answer After researching on the recommended bibliography, I found an article on www.abyznewslinks.com that wrote that participatory journalism is the demonstration of a resident, or gathering of nationals, assuming a dynamic part at present gathering, reporting, dissecting and scattering news... The News Media Question Answers i. What alternative news site did you choose to research from the webliography sites listed? If you found an article related to...
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Presentation Working with Aboriginal Elders
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...participatory means of conducting their research and decided... to conduct them in health care agencies and institutions. The researchers before conducting their research had first of all to know the ethical issues surrounding research while conducting research on the Aboriginal elders. Since elders are the respected members of given society and custodians of customs and beliefs related to a given community, the researchers had to be careful on their research methods. The researchers hence took a method that was interactive and participatory in nature in order to interact with the Aboriginal elders. Questions 1. How did the researchers come to work with the Aboriginal...
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Political Philosophy Questions
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...Participatory and Representative Models of Democracy Participatory democracy is the process of stressing the participation of constituents in the operation of a political system. It tries to make every member of a population make valid contribution in decision-making process... Political Philosophy Rousseaus notion of sovereign ity The influence of Rousseau has spread in various directions. What dominates Rousseau’s work is to find a way in which he can preserve human freedom because human beings are on the rise of dependence to satisfy ones needs. In order to achieve and protect the people’s freedom, he explores this in two ways. The first way is by constructing political institutions that are...
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TED talks
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...participatory framework so that other individuals could readily join in. It can and should be noted that this level of participation allows for Todd to continue to spread the interest and fascination with improv comedy that he was able to so effectively expound to the audience. In a way, this level of integration with the larger group and allowing them to participate in his inspirations is not unlike the way... Section/# Improv Everywhere: An Analysis and Review Whereas many of the TED talks were concentric upon weighty matters of concern for the environment, science, technology, education, and other matters, Charlie Todd’s speech with regards to his group “Improv Everywhere” integrates with the...
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Health intervention strategy
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...participatory approach can be found in the case of the Healthy People 2010 program instituted to challenge individuals and communities... Health intervention strategy Community intervention projects are initiated to promote health and to help in preventing diseases and epidemics. Such programs possess certain uniqueness in that they tend to involve large communities as the primary subjects of intervention and use different strategies to initiate change within such target groups. Such strategies may involve any component ranging from education and organization to the institution of policies to affect such interventions. The primary necessity for intervention is based on its potential to produce improvemen...
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Public health
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...participatory evaluation is inclusive of all kinds of stakeholders that a project has. This includes the people who are establishing the standards for evaluation, the people who are actually carrying it out, the people who are arranging and organizing it, the individuals responsible to retrieve information from the experts and professionals from academia and industry, the people for whom the evaluations are conducted, and the people who help convey the results of the evaluations to the concerned departments. Participatory evaluation is essentially a teamwork that requires input from all stakeholders to reach the conclusions. In effect, a holistic effort is...
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Review essay on Henry Jenkins concepts
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...participatory culture. Some of the most noted works by this great media scholar includes Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide, Textual Poachers: Television Fans and Participatory Culture and What Made Pistachio Nuts?: Early Sound Comedy and the Vaudeville Aesthetic. In a reflective exploration of the new media technologies, the vital contributions of Jenkins... exploration of Jenkins as a key theorist of new media and media convergence from the perspective of its users and participatory culture. Henry Jenkins has been recognized as one of America’s most respected media analysts and he has made essential contribution to the understanding of new media and media...
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Importent
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...participatory governance correlates positively with the adoption of technology in federal and business environments. Besides, there is increased satisfaction of business requirement if cloud-computing takes a centre stage in such ventures (Andriole, 2015). Contrary, other federal governments and businesses that do not embrace computing lags behind in every aspect. There is evolution in governance technology because... Essay Adoption of new technology to running businesses and entrepreneurship gained momentum when most managers and strategists realised the need to incorporate models that increase the output while minimizing the expenditures. The journey gained significant attention during the 21st century....
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Written Evaluation of the Research Articles
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...participatory culture on the Web: music learning and teaching in two contrasting online communities. Music Education Research, 15(3), 257-274. During the last several decades, electronic sources have managed to develop their functions playing not only the role of entertainment, but also ensuring education and social interaction among users. The article of Janice Waldron aims to research and define the effect of specialized web content along with blogs, platforms and chats on music learning and teaching process. The author tries to explain how exactly Web 2.0 increases users participation in discussions and interactions with each other bringing... Waldron, J. . User-generated content, YouTube and...
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Community Health Promotion and Prevention
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...participatory methods, including the potential for more effective intervention outcomes and capacity building for long term benefits to the community. This was more effective through the use of Community Participatory Health Model, which was used as a framework to demonstrate evolving public health nursing practice. It was used to address youth substance use prevention in a rural tobacco-growing country of Virginia. The model builds on community-based participatory research by engaging the community members and leaders in action... Community Health Promotion and Prevention Public health nursing practice is population-based that requires exceptional knowledge, competencies and skills. The program was...
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Article summary
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...participatory research (CBPR) is philosophically based on critical and social action theory. Thirdly, that CBPR builds partnerships with community members across social-economic status and focuses on community assets and resources instead of deficits. And finally that CBPR would seek balance between community members and researchers/practitioners through shared co-teaching... Nursing: Article summary Assumptions The assumptions regarding the research before initiating the study included the fact that they would engage trusted community leaders and community members in processes ranging from identification of problem to evaluation as well as dissemination of the same. Secondly that the Community-based...
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Participative budgeting
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...participatory budgeting, pro-poor strong democratic and ideologically left –of- center political parties initiated spending (Braeutigam, 2005). Citizens should participate in budgeting through formal or informal means so that they can examine cases of pro-poor policies. In good governance, the citizens should be shown the importance of participating in economic... Running head: participative budgeting 6th July The people’s budget? Politics, participation andpro-poor policy Participation is a central element of democracy and increasingly citizen participation in economic policy is advocated as a way of making government spending more pro-poor. The cases of pro-poor spending, whether or not they involved p...
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Evaluation of Research Methodology
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...Participatory method 10-11 Evaluation of different methods 11-13 Conclusion 13 References: 14-15. Abstract The following paper will discuss the various prevalent methods for research especially social and developmental research. We will discuss mainly the three research method namely, quantitative, qualitative and participatory methods. These research styles permeate and tend to guide research practices. During the discussion of various methods... Evaluation of Research Methodology Index list Contents page number 2 Introduction 3 Various research methods 3 Quantitative method 4-5 Questionnaires 5-7 Qualitative method 7 Focus group method 7-10 Pa...
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Doritos Super Bowl Commercial Campaign
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...participatory marketing techniques with reference to Doritos. Introduction Contemporary marketing entails the formulation of strategies and campaigns that beat the stiff competition experienced in the highly creative markets. The Doritos... Doritos Super Bowl Commercial Campaign The purpose of the research The research explores the substance behind the successof Doritos Super Bowl campaign, seeking to develop the grounding on which modern marketers can draw vital lessons to improve their strategies as well as enhance quality and creative impressions in the market. In addition, the research enumerates various expert deductions and analysis into the subject matter as well as insights into practical...
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M7: Potential Funding Paper
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...Participatory Research: This grant is funded by the National Institutes of Health for community-based... ? M7: Potential Funding Paper First Middle initial and of Prof. First and of lecturer January 30,2012 M7: Potential Funding Paper Following are the three sources of potential funding for community-based research on oral health: 1. International Association for Dental Research (IADR)/ Colgate Community-Based Research Award for Caries Prevention: This award is sponsored by the International Association for Dental Research, and the funding is provided exclusively by Colgate-Palmolive Company. For this award, a maximum of $75,000 is made available every year to researchers who are interested in conducting ...
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Leadership in Nursing
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...participatory, transactional and transformational theories (Sullivan 2013). Based on the participatory theory decision-making becomes a fundamental issue. In other words, it can be termed as democratic since all nurses in an institution are involved in decision making. Through this theory, there are improved understanding of issues by nurses in a health care. Furthermore, nurses become more interested in various healthcare activities because of the decisions arrived at. In addition, it discourages competition while encouraging collaborations among health workers... Leadership Theories in Nursing Chad Hauge Presentation College Leadership Roles in Nursing 2/20/14 Leadership Theories: Nursing Leadership...
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Educational Enquiry Assignment
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...participatory studies to be placed outside... ?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 ...
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...Participatory Democracy and How Habermas's Ideal Speech Fits the Model Participatory Democracy can also be referred to as direct democracy which is a form of communication that involves wide consultations before arriving to the final decision, It provides opportunity for all the concerned parties to air their concerned/views on the topic in question. Habermas's ideal speech of community perfectly fits this participatory democracy model. Jurgen Habermas has it that there has to be a debate, then deliberations and an agreement before finally taking an action that will affect a number of people (Habermas, pp.3). All members of the public have to be given a chance to take part... Lecturer: The meaning of...
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Henry Ford
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...participatory approach can do wonders for you. The leadership approach for which Henry Ford is known today can be classified as participatory leadership approach. He was one of those people who believed firmly in participation rather than centralization of power. His thinking in this direction helped him in coming up with the line... Henry Ford was s as "Businessman of the 20th Century" by Fortune magazine in the year 1999. He was born in the year 1863. Henry Ford is a household name when it comes to cars, automobiles assembling and earning respect for innovation and motivational leadership. Henry Ford was a man who proved through his leadership of his venture that innovation, clear thinking and a...
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Review of public participation GIS (PPGIS)
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...Participatory GIS_ and VIS (Volunteered Graphic information) that also involves the process of capturing, procuring and using the various geospatial information available. The authors furthermore, distinguishes between the three based on their current usage and developmental status. For example, in most developed countries PPGIS and VIS methodologies is dominated by web-based and digital techniques of mapping while PGIS is not digitalized and makes it a more pragmatic method of mapping rural areas. The authors also deal with several issues associated to PPGIS. The conceptual and theoretical foundations of PPGIS is relatively new... Public Participation in GIS SUMMARY The human ...
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PROJECT 3
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...participatory research of obtaining a progressive solution to a problem. Therefore, action research is simply a professional, collaborative inquiry or a practical approach to a certain societal situation. The three major modes of action research are practical, technical and emancipator or participatory action research (Blaxter, Tight and Hughes, 2010). This paper seeks to discuss the practical mode of action research. Practical mode of action research allows... action research must be procedural, methodological, interrelated and self-critical in solving the problem (Blaxter, Tight and Hughes, 2010). What makes the biggest difference between the three aforementioned modes of action...
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Make a Difference Paper
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...participatory practices, what practices are effective or not, what is the extent of involvement of the parents... The success of any project can be ensured with the full support and participations of all stakeholders involved. In this case the roles of the parents, the school, the children, the community, and the local governments are crucial. To accomplish the objectives of the project, the following strategies would be employed: Organizing the stakeholders The first step involved in the process is consolidation of efforts and zeroing in into common objectives. These can be achieved by organizing the major stakeholders of the project. Group decision making is a key component to the functioning of an org...
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Interpersonal themes
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...Participatory question I will try to engage Jackie and find out what is taking place. I will utilize Jackie’s response to enable me understand how the client is affected by her own behavior. I will also try to enquire what she wants to hear (Teyber, 2006). I will try my ensured am able to withstand her comments and criticism. I will also request them to remain silent and listen to my comments before responding. Her responses will enable me to discover or explore the behavior of the client and how it affects them. Getting to know the clients behavior, will be to identify ways of dealing with them. Participatory question 2 I will ask Jack to remind me where we... Interpersonal themes al affiliation)...
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Comparative politics research project
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...participatory budget helped to improve the situation and work towards the reduction of poverty. In the new political context, the pattern of public investment witnessed a change at the urban level. In the last twenty seven years Brazil has made itself well known for its... participatory institutions. The Brazilian economy has been going through a phase of boom and a big section of the population has moved above the poverty level and entered the middle class. Towards the beginning of this paper I shall discuss the economic situation in Brazil in the early years of the twentieth century when there was military regime. The process of urbanization had started to take place in the...
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Online poker
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...participatory activities. The most significant advantage, however, is vested in the fact that poker rakes will bring large amounts of revenue to the government. The revenue generation is steadily building over the years and it is not surprising that the gambling profits for the government are almost doubling over a period of every five years which makes online poker a very promising arena for revenue generation. Furthermore, the expansion of the poker during recent times such as improved disposable earnings giving customers additional time for relaxation and entertaining activities and the altering socio-demographic traits have worked as stimulants to customer using money...
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Business Research for Decision Making, Red Tomatoe Company
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...participatory management”. This strategy resulted in a focus on “productive” work cultures and the proliferation... Juicy Red Tomato Company I. Observation Juicy Red Tomato Company (JRT) is small enterprise situated in Florida and has been operational for 15 years already. As a consistently growing company, JRT has amassed profits that stood at a growth rate of 5 percent each year. Despite the steady growth rate, the company had experienced an increased rate of costs that have grown to 2.5 to 3 percent in the last 3 years. Three reasons were identified by the JRT management as the reasons for the increased costs. These were unexpected temperature drops, pests, and increased labor costs. What is admirable...
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Analyzing a key business leader. (Jack Welch, Henery Ford)
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...participatory approach can do wonders for you. The leadership approach for which Henry Ford is known today can be classified as participatory leadership approach. He was one of those people who believed firmly in participation rather than centralization of power. His thinking in this direction helped him in coming up with the line... Henry Ford was s as “Businessman of the 20th Century” by Fortune magazine in the year 1999. He was born in the year 1863. Henry Ford is a household name when it comes to cars, automobiles assembling and earning respect for innovation and motivational leadership. Henry Ford was a man who proved through his leadership of his venture that innovation, clear thinking and a...
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Social Media as a tool for Surveillance and gaze How do people consume and watch each other on SM platforms and what are the consequences of such activities
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...participatory surveillance has the potentiality to act as a tool for monitoring companionship by reviewing the data shared by different users online. Social media also entails the idea of exchanging personal details with others. Consequently, the idea of sharing ought not to be despised, since the private data that individual’s share reveals a stage of communication that does not predominantly need revelation. References Albrechtslund, A., 2008. Online Social Networking as Participatory Surveillance. First Monday, 13(3), pp1-1. (Web, 25/2/12). Retrieved from http://www.uic.edu/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/2142/1949 Andrejevic, M.,...
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Concepts
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...participatory decision making improving... Business “Concepts” Business “Concepts” Non-verbal Communication, Persuasive Communication and Collaboration Importance Non- verbal communication has been used by organizations to improve communication with clients, competitors, colleagues and potential customers. This has increased opportunities for businesses as they can effectively pass their message to the relevant parties (Knight, 2013). Persuasion communication has been used by organizations in negotiations to conclude deals and transactions. Persuasion has been used to attract business partners, clients and potential customers to enter a business transaction. On the other hand, collaboration has enhanced...
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