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Possible Causes of Sales Decline
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...Possible Causes of Sales Decline Introduction Sales decline happens when the amount of goods or services exchanged for money reduces and become abnormal. The decline in sales may be been caused by several reasons like lack of enough funds, lack of proper planning, poor coordination between the staff members and so on. In my discussion with the manager, Carol Todd, I will talk about the probable causes of the problem, and how to investigate the probable causes of the sales decline with an intention of generating a solution. Lack of Business Plan Failure to plan is planning to fail. One cannot just walk...
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Possible causes of destruction from space (solar storms and possible impact from an asteroid or comet)
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...Possible Causes of Destruction from Space that could Lead to an Apocalypse of the Biology of the Concerned October 19, 2011 Possible Causes of Destruction from Space that could Lead to an Apocalypse Introduction Since times immemorial, the humanity has been overwhelmingly obsessed with the possibility of annihilation of the world in which it resides. Before the dawn of the age of science, such fears and apprehensions have been limited to the scope of traditional beliefs and religion. From the rock paintings in the prehistoric caves to the words printed in the Bible, one does comes across possibilities and explanations that discernibly point towards the destruction of this world. The rise... ...
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Possible Causes of Poverty as a Current Economic Issue in the US
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...Possible Causes of Poverty as a Current Economic Issue in the US Poverty is a social-economic aspect that not only affects developing nations but also the developed nations like the United States. Poverty is mainly caused to economic problems but it is largely associated with social and political problems. It is the lack of the socially and economically acceptable amount of money or even material possessions of individuals in the society. This paper looks at poverty as a current issue in the United States. The United States has a unique measure of poverty that is seemingly different from that used by many countries. The US government set...
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Possible causes of destruction from space ( solar storms and possible impact from an asteroid or comet) that could lead to an apocalypse
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...Possible Causes of Destruction from Space that could Lead to an Apocalypse of the Biology Name of the Concerned Professor October 19, 2011 Possible Causes of Destruction from Space that could Lead to an Apocalypse Introduction Since times immemorial, the humanity has been overwhelmingly obsessed with the possibility of annihilation of the world in which it resides. Before the dawn of the age of science, such fears and apprehensions have been limited to the scope of traditional beliefs and religion. From the rock paintings in...
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3) Compare and contrast alternative views on the nature and possible causes of unemployment and evaluate the effectiveness of demand and supply management policies to combat it
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...possible causes of unemployment and evaluate the effectiveness of demand and supply management policies to combat it Name Course name Course instructor Date of submission Compare and contrast alternative views on the nature and possible causes of unemployment and evaluate the effectiveness of demand and supply management policies to combat it Unemployment can be defined as the activity of people being out of employment without their own wish. Unemployment is mostly involuntary that is the person was employed before but is now out of work without his or her wish of being out of work (Walters, 2000;12). This perspective implies... Compare and contrast alternative views on the nature and...
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Mental health essay: The possible causes of hearing voices and the problems faced by people who hear voices
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...cause such incidents (NELSON, 2005, p.33). Body One... Hearing Voices Hearing Voices Introduction People have experienced unusual and unnatural things taking place everyday in their lives; one of such experience is hearing voices and seeing faces that do not exist. Different reasons are stated to explain such events when they occur. This writing focuses on the reasons due to which people hear voices and see faces that really do not exist. There can be probably millions of reasons due to which people hear voices that really do not exist, some of these reasons include: stress, lack of relaxation, emotional mood swings such as anger and frustration, and certain stimuli such as places and events even cause...
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Financial markets do not work well when left to market forces alone, (La Porta, Lopez-de Silanes and Shleif, 2005), Journal of Finance. Critically, explore the possible causes of the current crisis in the financial markets. You should provide evidence
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...CAUSES OF THE CURRENT CRISIS IN THE FINANCIAL MARKETS Introduction When one ponders over the events over the past several months, it is not clear if one has to cheer for the new era that America has stepped into with its first African American president at the helm of world affairs or whether one has to worry whether the current financial turmoil that is causing havoc across global financial markets is one that is just the beginning of a long crisis or one that will surpass quickly without a trail. The extent of damage that has been caused by market participants on Wall Street and in the government will only become clear in the months and...
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You need to produce a 2-part report. In Part One, you need to analyse the possible causes of these problems.In Part Two, you need to recommend how you can turn round this failing programme into a leading edge Leadership & Management Development programme
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...possible causes of those problems with the expatriates. Possible reasons of dissatisfaction of the expatriates at the international subsidiaries Underestimation... Part I Challenges in the Leadership and Management Development Programme Introduction These days, many medium sized companies have a practice of sending their employees abroad for training in the subsidiaries. Such training is considered beneficial in order to help the employees serve in senior positions when they get back. One such company that does this is the medium-sized British MNC. However, the new local director has noticed certain problems with the expatriates that have been sent on this programme before. This paper analyzes the...
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What do you consider to be the major issues facing pblic education today. Address one of the issues in depth, outlining possible causes, effects and resolutions
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...causes, effects and solutions to the issue of lack of funds for public education. Body One of the major reasons due to which budget for public schools and education has declined is that the government is more focused towards other sectors such as defense and health as compared to education. Furthermore, recent budget cuts have even taken place as a result... Speech - Funding Issues Faced By Public Education Introduction One of the major issues that are faced by public education in present day is decrease in the funds allocated to public education. The problem is that the government has been continuously decreasing the percentage of budget that it allocates to public schools. There are various causes,...
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Homelessness in the United States: causes and possible solutions
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...causes and possible solutions Introduction and definition Homelessness represents one of the most important social issues the United States faces these days. According to the Stewart B. McKinney Act, 42 U.S.C. 11301 (1994) "An individual is considered homeless when he "lacks a fixed, regular, and adequate night-time residence; and...has a primary night time residency that is: (A) a supervised publicly or privately operated shelter designed to provide temporary living accommodations... (B) an institution that provides a temporary residence for individuals intended to be institutionalized, or (C) a public or private place not designed for, or ordinarily used as, a regular... Homelessness in the United s:...
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Putting The Bully In His Place. Causes, Consequences and Possible Solutions to Bullying
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...Causes, Consequences and Possible Solutions to Bullying Many adults who experience social and emotional difficulties with 7others may have had negative experiences in the past that continue to affect them up to the present. One common reason is bullying. Fitzpatrick and Bussey (2011) explain that bullying is a form of aggression that has become a prevalent problem in society. It affects up to one third of children in school (Due, Holstein & Soc, 2008). Bullying involves the infliction of harm on a less powerful person by a more powerful individual or group by way of physical, verbal or psychological means. It is a growing problem in schools that threaten to cause long... ?Putting The Bully In His Place...
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The causes and consequences of low motivation of teens and possible interventions
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...causes and consequences of low motivation of teens and possible interventions. Lack of motivation among teenagers is an area of concern for parents and school administrators alike. Low motivation can manifest in the form of disinterest toward studies, unwillingness to participate in extracurricular activities and disinclination toward sports, etc. Low motivation was also closely linked to a plethora of other teenage problems, including "detrimental family background," "lack of preparation for learning," "disrespect for teachers," "participating in school violence," "truancy", "deviant behavior". (Vanderjagt, 2001, p.39) It this context, it is likely that...
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Bullying in Schools Causes, Effects and Possible Solutions
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...Causes, Consequences and Solutions Bullying can be defined in simple terms as the forceful imposition of dominance of the more powerful ones on the less powerful ones. This appears in the form of verbal abuse, threat, physical attack, coercion, and cyber bullying. In fact, bullying has become a matter of serious concern for schools and authorities in the U.S. According to statistics, nearly 77% of school students are victims of verbal bullying, and the verbal bullying includes spreading rumors, yelling obscenity, using derogatory terms based on gender, sexual orientation, religion, and race (Olweus, 2013). It is reported that around 14% of the victims of bullying report poor self... Bullying in Schools:...
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Obesity is increasingly referred to as a global epidemic. Discuss the causes and consequences of, and possible solutions to this
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...causes and consequences, and possible solutions. CAUSES Obesity occurs when energy intake from food and drink consumption is greater than energy expenditure through the body’s metabolism and physical activity over a prolonged period, resulting in the accumulation of excess body fat (Public Health England 2013). It, just like any other condition or disease has its causes that can be looked into and avoided or precluded in our day to day lives. Such a risky health condition if not well treated and addressed can be fatal and even lead... ? OBESITY Number Due OBESITY INTRODUCTION Obesity is a condition where the body fats of an individual have accumulated and exceeded the normal weight. It is a health...
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Discuss the main causes and effects of gun crime in the USA OR Discuss the problems of gun crime in the USA and possible solutions to it
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...CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF GUN CRIME IN THE USA by The of the The of the School The and State where it is located The Date The United States of America is the country well known for its high gun crime rates. Even though many states’ governments support gun control policies, still carrying weapon is legal in the majority of the US states. Gun crime in the USA has multiple causes that have been raised from the origins of the entire American nation and although gun carrying is legalized and provides people with certain assurance in their safety, it also leads to a lot of negative effects that influence on the whole society. The Second Amendment of the United...
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What Causes Autism
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...cause autism, but a small number of children might be adversely affected by the vaccine: The Immunization Safety Review Committee concludes that the evidence favors rejection of a casual relationship at the population level between MMR vaccine and ASD. However, this conclusion does not exclude the possibility that MMR vaccine could contribute to ASD in a small number of children, because the epidemiological evidence lacks the precision to assess rare occurrences. (Stratton 9) Basically, the committee is stating that the MMR vaccine could possibly affect a small, rare number of children but the evidence is slim. The conclusion the committee seems to come to is that vaccinations do far... What Causes...
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What causes Autism
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...cause autism, but a small number of children might be adversely affected by the vaccine: The Immunization Safety Review Committee concludes that the evidence favors rejection of a casual relationship at the population level between MMR vaccine and ASD. However, this conclusion does not exclude the possibility that MMR vaccine could contribute to ASD in a small number of children, because the epidemiological evidence lacks the precision to assess rare occurrences. (Stratton 9) Basically, the committee is stating that the MMR vaccine could possibly affect a small, rare number of children but the evidence is slim. The conclusion the committee...
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Causes of Depression
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...causes of depression and this would only mean that this subject requires thorough studies to generate substantial evidences. From psychological perspective, so much have to be said about depression. However, what is important is the fact that biological, environmental and psychoanalytic perspectives can be used in order to help explain the possible causes of depression. Based on these perspectives it is evidently clear that depression can be due to a lack of social support, high stress levels with family, job, finances, and relationships, and also by a history of current alcohol or drug abuse. In other words, all of these factors are...
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Causes of autism
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...possible to detect an excess of male hormones during pregnancy or to treat the child. Another hypothesis about the origins of autism accounts for a metal: mercury. Indeed, it is known to cause neurological problems at high doses. But could exposure to lower doses in children cause problems such as autism... ?Running head: Causes of Autism Causes of Autism Institute’s Causes of Autism Autism, also referred to as complex developmental disability, is a psychological condition marked by the nervous system disorder. It involves abnormal preoccupation with oneself and characterized by the communication disorders, inability to pay attention and to treat others as people. To be able to successfully diagnose the...
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Causes of lung cancer
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...cause Lung cancer. Asbestos and Radon gas are dangerous compounds that most people are not aware about. The two compounds come after smoking and medical experts have identified them as leading causes of cancer. Additionally, the human genetic composition in the chromosomes determines the vulnerability of a person. Certain regions in the chromosomes cause cancer in both smokers and non-smokers. This is why some families are frequently diagnosed with this ailment that other. Avoiding the possible causes of cancer is a reasonable strategy to protect oneself from the fatal disease. Works Cited American Cancer...
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Causes of War
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...CAUSES OF WAR I will discuss war as a phenomenon that has stretched over the nations of the world, giving examples of some of the major nations where war have been experienced. There are a number of ways in which war has been able to manifest itself including its causes, effects, and consequences as they have been evident in the nations under consideration. Its outcomes, both long-term and short-term, can be quite different for countries that fail to embrace peace. Similarly, the views on the possible causes of war between nations, in a country, or across communities are often opposing. Along these, there are challenges facing these views basing on facts... Abdulaziz Alemadi ENG108 12:00 15 Final draft...
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Dynamics and Possible Cause of Domestic Violence
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...possible causes of domestic violence Introduction It is difficult to define domestic violence in few words because of the complex parameters and associations involved in it. With respect to relationships, domestic violence can be defined as the violence that occurs in the “context of marriage or co-habitation between heterosexual partners, between siblings, between parent and child, and in Gay and Lesbian cohabitating relationships” (Hanmer & Itzin, 2000, p.26). In short, domestic violence is an act or behavior used by a person in a relationship to take control over the other. Even though domestic conflicts often occur between husbands and the wives, some of the recent reports have... ? Dynamics and...
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Vaccines as possible cause for autism
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...CAUSE OF AUTISM Are Vaccines a Possible Cause for Autism And are there Genetic Markers that show Children's adverse reactions to Vaccines Abstract This research paper looks at what is Autism, symptoms, diagnosis and what could be seen as possible causes. The main focus is on the research involved in identifying whether or not genetics are linked to Autism, and if so, does it make some children susceptible to adverse reactions to certain vaccines Could this be seen as a cause of Autism If so, is it possible to screen children for genetic markers before receiving a vaccine. The paper will also look at how to treat children with autism... diagnostic instruments are available....
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The Causes of World War III
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...Causes of World War III Lecturer The third world war is a hypothetical conflict denoting the successor to the Second World War. The conflict has been on a global scale with specific speculation that is probably a nuclear war which is devastating in nature. There has been broad speculation of the next war globally due to the nature of the past wars that the world experienced. For instance, the wake of World War I and World War II showed possibility of World War III. The use and testing of nuclear weapons and the commencement of Cold War as well as its development was enough evidence that there could be a possible World War III. This war was planned after anticipation by the civil authorities... ? The...
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Analysis of the individual causes of the problem on the production system of Toyota
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...possible causes of the defects and set out to test and evaluate the extent to which a given cause led to the recalls. It will be done in a series of three exercises. Exercise 1: This will be the collation of findings from Phase 1. It will aim at 'shortlisting' a series of possible causes of the defects... ?Executive Summary This paper examines the operational issues that relates to the Toyota mass recall. It is a proposal on how to diagnose the problems that led to the manufacture of defective cars. The proposal examines the quality control systems, the unusual events that led to the defects and analyses the scope of the problem and how the issues with stakeholders, mainly consumers, investors and...
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The Hunger Problem and Its Causes
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...possible causes of hunger and food insecurities in the world? 5. Is the focus on social and economic modifications a good solution to food insecurity and hunger in the world? 6. How can an individual country or government deal with hunger and its causes in a local perspective? 7. What is the expected trend of food insecurity and malnutrition in the world based on the recent increase rate? References 1.2Kent, George. 2011. Ending hunger worldwide. Boulder, Colo: Paradigm Publishers. 3Bassett, Thomas J., and Alex Winter-Nelson. 2010. The Atlas of World Hunger. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. http... The Hunger Problem and Its Causes. The hunger problem and its causes Summary Ending hunger...
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Origin and the Possible Effects in Health and Disease
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...causing mastitis. Such a condition could prompt for unanticipated weaning. One of the possible causes of microbes in breast milk has been discovered to be the reversed flow into the mammary ducts during suckling by infants during breastfeeding. Such a discovery mainly considers that the main cause of such type of infection is the infant’s mouth. A significant amount of bacterial phylotypes usually found on human skin have also been shown to exist in breast milk. These include Propionibacteria and certain phylotypes of Corynebacteria. Consequently, the probability that the composition of breast milk microbiota could also be a factor for the interactions with the maternal skin. Studies... The Human Milk...
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Discuss the main causes and effects of gun crime in the USA
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...Causes and Effects of Gun Crimes in the U.S. Gun crimes continue to be extremely prevalent, which makes it remain among the commonlydiscussed issues in the United States today. Numerous studies reveal that the firearm-related violence results in significant costs to the economy of the country as well as undermines well-being and quality of life of the general population. The following situation raises debates over the possible causes of gun crimes in the country with the availability of weapons, lack of health services to secure mentally ill population, and other social factors being cited as probable roots of the problem. Subsequently,...
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Potential Causes
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...Causes of Low Employee Morale Employee morale has been identified to be an important catalyst for enhancing productivity and business growth (Barak, 2001). However, it is not always that employee morale is promted at the workplace and among employee. The situation of absence of morale among employees and at the workplace has been researched into by various labor experts. Among factors that labour experts point to as the causes of low employee morale has been discussed below. Firstly, Varjan (2010) points to misemployed people as one of the causes of low employee morale. By misemployed people, reference is being made to people who are at the right job placements with the wrong experience... ...
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Protection of the Individual from Possible Harm and Abuse
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...caused the abuse. A victim will generally feel this manner when their confidence has reduced and they have no more responses for what is happening. Few possible causes of the abuse were that, Sarah trusted anyone easily. She was suffering from a disease which made it easier for others to physically abuse her. She was scared of her Mom, and so she could do anything to keep herself away from anything that may disappoint her Mom. TREATMENT IMPLICATIONS Giarretto (1976) identifies the four goals of therapy for sexual abuse victims as emotional catharsis, confrontation, self-identification, and self... Protection of the Individual from Possible Harm and Abuse Introduction Abuses are one of the common things...
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Causes of Wrongful Convictions in the United Sates judicial System
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...causes of the problem as well as introduce possible solutions with DNA being the most viable alternative to the problem. Controversial studies have shown that USA has one of the highest numbers of inmates in the world which is said to be roughly 7.1 million people (Free & Ruesink, 2012). Other contentious statistics estimate that about one person in every one hundred adults is an inmate with the ratio... Causes of Wrongful Convictions in the United s Judicial System Number: Introduction There has been a lot of research that has been carried out in the USA in attempt to establish what ones used to viewed as a claim by many; ‘wrongful conviction in the US judicial system.’ However, results of most of...
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List of possible risk
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...Possible Risks Task The possible risks involved a survey about assessing how well both health and social care are functioning for NHS in the UK. Non respondence The most serious jeopardies of damage to which the individuals involved in social research are exposed are breaches of confidentiality and the consequences which follow from these breaches. Also there is temporary upsets arising and possibility of embarrassments arising during the survey questioning, the individual being questioned may not be readily willing to disclose some confidential information and through this the survey will not be effective since most of the very important information shall have been kept away (Marrett,2003... List of...
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Causes and effects
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...cause, in tension with the lesser causes of human actions. Anything which was not immediately understood could be seen as an act of God. This all changed, however, in the period known as the Enlightenment in European history. For the first time theoretical ideas began to be linked with practical applications. It was Francis Bacon (1561-1626), a famous British lawyer and statesman, who first proposed a style of exploration which we now know as “the scientific method” (Gower, 1997, p. 45). He worked out that the best way to explain the world was to do controlled experiments and watch carefully what happened. By changing individual aspects of the experiment it was possible to work out... Causes and...
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In 2015, why are women still earning less than men in Canada
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...possible causes of the wage gap for males and females. Baker and Drolet has found that there are two components on the pay gap, the unexplained and explained ones. For the authors of the article, the second component, that is one of the possible causes of the gender wage gap is that women are overrepresented in occupations which are at the lower end of the pay scale. Among such occupations are teaching, sales and service, nursing and health care. Baker and Drolet argue that it is gender differences regarding... Annotated Bibliography College: Baker, M., & Drolet, M. . A new view of the male/female pay gap. Canadian Public Policy,36 (4), 429-464. In the article under consideration, its authors study the po...
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Information and Advice on the Patient's Non- Adherence and Possible Interventions
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...possible causes. As for the health factors, on possibility could be the patient's relationship with the provider, or a lack of teaching skills of the provider. Another issue or cause may be the ease of access of healthcare in their area. The individual's health coverage or financial stability or flexibility may also be a possible factor. Complications of diabetes type 2 related to non-compliance As previously mentioned, diabetes... ?  Information and advice on the patient's non-adherence and possible interventions               Introduction Type 2 diabetes, also known as adult-onset diabetes, is a disease in which your body cannot properly use insulin. The patient's body is unable to respond to insulin,...
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Causes of Renaissance
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...possible to accumulate wealth and enhance economic well-being, needed for breaking with superstitions and conventions of the church that prevented intellectual development. Simultaneously, the widening of the horizons causes a renewed interest into classical forms, ideas and texts of the Ancient Greece and Rome. With their humanistic approach to life and proclaimed high value of art, beauty, and scientific advancement, they formed the foundation of Renaissance and encouraged people to become more educated and civilized. Works cited... Causes of Renaissance The early 1300s saw considerable cultural and social changes that marked the intellectual rebirth after the centuries of Middle Ages. This...
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Teenage pregnancy in the uk and possible strategies to prevent it
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...Possible Strategies To Prevent It Table of contents Sl no Particulars………………………………………………………… Page 2 Chapter 1 Introduction 3 1.1 Aims and Objectives 4 Chapter 2 Literature Review 4 2.1 Possible causes 4 2.2 Need for School based education 5 2.3 Strategies for reduction 6 2.4 Second Birth 7 2.5 Primary level efforts 8 2.6 Government initiatives 8 2.7 Family support 9 2.8 Cultural or health problem? 10 2.9 View of a voluntary organisation 10 2.10 Conclusion 10 Chapter 3 Research Methodology –Research Design 11 3.1 Aims and Objectives 11 3.2 Sources of information 11 3.3 Inclusion and Exclusion Criteria 12 3.4 Data Extraction System 12 3.5 Quality Assessment System 12 3.6... Teenage Pregnancy In The UK And...
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Theoretical Causes of Rape
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...causes of rape and aims to support the scientific interest on the acceptance of certain theories of rape among college students. This study will test the acceptance of the rape theories among XXX University students. Using a questionnaire composed of 23 statements and 16 of which will be graded on a 5-point Likert Scale, the remaining questions are used to determine demographic comparison. The 16 questions shall be sub-grouped to represent the four theories as causes of rape identified in Hyde's text (1996). With the goal of raising the school board's... consciousness in recognizing the lack of education and awareness of the topic, this research aims to take future action towards preventive...
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Causes of culture shocks
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...Causes of culture shocks Introduction: Understand what is culture shock through this simple example. A child is born and it cries relentlessly. Why does it do so? It has arrived in a foreign land that is unfamiliar to it. It rested, grew in the protective custody of mothers womb, and now suddenly it is struggling to cope up with the new world. An individual is confronted with culture shock, mostly when one moves to a foreign country, and when mot of his plans go haywire in the new set up. It is mainly a problem of adjustment to new cultural environments. In this context, the word culture is used in a broad sense of the term... . What are the causes of culture...
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Main causes of UK childhood obesity and what can be done to prevent childhood obesity
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...causing the extra energy to be stored as fat by the body. Environmental conditions have also been fronted as possible causes of obesity. With reference to Karnik and Kanekar, these refer to those surrounding the children and thus influence their physical activity and their food intake (4). They include settings such as school, home and the community. The interaction between parents and children at home influence food choices and motivation to healthy lifestyle among children. According to Rugg, parents spend a lot of time working and therefore lack time... Main Causes of Childhood Obesity in the UK and Prevention Introduction Obesity is a major public health crisis in children. It is a complex...
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Causes of Homophobia
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...causes of their homophobic fears. Furthermore, I also hope to find out if there is a gender differentiation with regard to homophobia and whether males are more prone to homophobia than females, and whether lesbianism is more acceptable than its male counterpart. This research also aims to examine the possible links between homosexuality and sexuality of homophobic people. I would like to know if their fears are related with their own sexuality and if it is linked with their own oedipal struggles. Adams, Henry A., Lester W. Wright and Bethany A. Lohr. “Is Homophobia Associated... ? Causes of Homophobia-Annotated Bibliography Research Question/ Topic: Underlying psychological causes of Homophobia: Why...
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Causes of building collapes
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...cause of building collapse. This is because as much as the importance of advanced technology will be appreciated in contemporary construction, it is very important to draw a clear distinction between what is desirable and what is permissible. What this implies is that engineers must always bring their competence to play when using advance technology for the purpose of designing structures and actually building structures. As much as possible, it is important that the engineers will control technology rather than make technology control them in engaging in faulty design which results from design deficiency, and overloading of structures... School: Topic: Causes of building collapse Lecturer: Introduction ...
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Causes of Stomach Ulcer
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...causes an ulcer. Figure 2: Revealing affect of H. pylori on stomach Haplessly, transmission of H. Pylori is uncertain, but it is common believe H. Pylori virus is spread through saliva, vomit or stool of the infected person. Further, polluted water and food are the possible vehicles of H. Pylori transmittance. Improvement in medical sciences makes the treatment of stomach ulcer (H. Pylori) possible, which was zealously laborious earlier. However, early prognosis and treatment are recommended. A person suffering via H. Pyloric... ?CAUSES OF STOMACH ULCER Grasp the factors of stomach ulcer to improve the competency of appropriate medication is the matter of solicitude for a biomedical scientist, doctors...
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Globalisation Causes Poverty
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...causes of the process of globalization are the technical progress in the communications and transportation sections, as well as, the political decisions on liberalization of world trade (Mishkin, 2009). Economic globalization refers to the acceleration in global trade in goods and services made ??possible by the progressive removal of trade barriers under the GATT and the WTO since 1995 and the development of transportation and communication means (Schmukler and Vesperoni, 2006). Economic globalization has also... ? Globalization Causes Poverty of the Institute Appears Here Appears Here Table of Contents Introduction 3 Discussion 3 Conclusion 7 References 9 Introduction Globalization refers to the...
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What causes inflation
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...Causes Inflation has been one of the major s that have been addressed in the economicworld and in order to properly understand it, one has to delve into all the aspects that are related to it. This paper will attempt to do just that as it aims to first identify what inflation is before delving deeper into issues that are related to it such as what are the main causes that bring about this situation. The paper will also look into the effects that inflation has on the economy and by extent the society as a result as it attempts to discover ways in which this situation brings about a difference in the way individuals live their lives. It will also look at some of the ways... from taking place...
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How Poverty Causes Crimes
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...cause of certain crimes but people who suffer from poverty do not necessarily commit crime. Money and power also motivate certain types of crime which poor people seldom have access to. Obviously, eradication of poverty and uplift of the society can prevent lower class people from many of the possible crimes. Still the genetic and characteristic factors that lead to crime can not be resolved with any of these strategies. Law enforcement, prisons, and various punishments are considered as impediments to lessen such tendencies. Hence, no single interpretation will serve but rather holistic approach is essential to address poverty and crime as burgeoning social problems. Works... How Poverty Causes Crime?...
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Causes of XY females
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...Causes of XY Females A person having 46XY chromosome composition is known as an XY female. At birth the person appears to be a normal male or female but as the person grows up, some of the desired male or female characteristics remain underdeveloped and start giving a look of opposite sex to the person. For example a male start appearing with unusual breast developments while, in females it starts growth of hair on faces, lack of menstrual cycle firming up of muscles etc. Such persons are in fact quite different from transsexuals i.e. those who voluntarily go for sex transformation and change their phenotype from male to female. Studd (2003) points out that earlier such...
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Adverse T:E Ratio: Possible Doping
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...Possible Doping The misuse of drugs in human sports in an attempt to enhance performance, usually known as doping, is, unfortunately, an extensive and old practice. Ethical and health aspects are of particular concern. Sports, fair play, medical ethics and potential risks for the health of the athlete leads to consider this practice unacceptable. The definition of doping adopted in the World Anti-doping Code is the occurrence of one or more of a set of doping rules violations. Among them, reference is made to: the presence of a prohibited substance in an athlete's body specimen, the use of a prohibited substance or method, refusing or evading sample collection, tampering...  Adverse T: E Ratio: Possible ...
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Homelessness in the United States: Possible Solutions
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...CAUSES AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS 2005 HOMELESSNESS IN THE UNITED S: CAUSES AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS Homelessness represents one of the most important social issues the United States faces these days. According to the Stewart B. McKinney Act, 42 U.S.C. 11301 (1994), An individual is considered homeless when "lacks a fixed, regular, and adequate night-time residence; and... has a primary night time residency that is: (A) a supervised publicly or privately operated shelter designed to provide temporary living accommodations... (B) an institution that provides a temporary residence for individuals intended to be institutionalized, or (C) a public or private place not designed... HOMELESSNESS IN THE UNITED S:...
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The Possible Benefit from Tobacco
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...Possible Benefit from Tobacco INTRODUCTION As of 2006, revenue from Cigarette taxes amounted to as much as $14,974,713 billion which is a sizeable source of revenue for the economy ( U.S Census Bureau, Vol.4 2008). However, last 2007, the biggest federal tax hike was enacted that caused an uproar from politicians, economist, public policy makers, and the smoking public. The result of the increased tax resulted to a decline in smoking of which public health officials claim as good for the majority of the population. On the contrary, Thomas Briant, executive director of the National Association of Tobacco Outlets asserts that “"using taxes to legislate use of a legal product... . ...
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