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The Potential Effects of a Large Earthquake
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...potential effects of a large earthquake in the areas In order for Mr. Bubblegarten to move from his home area in Midwest there are several factors he should be aware of because all the three areas of his interest are frequently affected by earthquakes and tsunamis thus leading to disruption of many daily activities and developments. For our company to advise him well we shall discuss all the three locations he is interested in one by one. Hayward fault zone is geologic fault which is able to cause destructive earthquakes and is about 119KM long. It is located on the east side of San Francisco bay running through Fremont and 3700 perie lane, San José city. This fault... The Impacts of Earthquake The...
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The potential effects of Radiation poisoning due to the earthquake in Japan
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...Potential Effects of Radiation Poisoning Due to the Earthquake in Japan The radiation brought by the recent catastrophic damage to Japan’s nuclear power plant due to earthquake and tsunami in abrupt sequence entails a range of hazardous impact upon the health of Japanese individuals who have been exposed to the leaks of radioactive substances. Radiation poisoning acquired in this situation may well vary in rate or degree based upon the intensity of radiation as well as the point of location within its extent of coverage. One may reasonably expect a single unique devastating effect of its own, ill health consequences in chain or series of subsequent reactions which are dealt with as threats... The...
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Evaluate the potential effects of the Recession on Property Management Companies and Estate Agents
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...potential effects of the Recession on Property Management Companies and E Agents Recession implies a general slowdown in terms of the economic activities. It continues for a long span of time. While in recession, the countries can not maintain a sustain level in Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The level of employment and investment also falls. The incomes and profits get reduced during recession. Recession is characterized by many features. People spend less in purchasing staffs. The factory production declines. The stock market also tumbles during recession showing a bearish trend for prolonged time duration. Actually the economy firmly stands on four base pillars-producers, consumers... Evaluate the...
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Research at least ten articles related to smoking addiction and smoking cessation. Explain the potential effects of smoking addi
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...Potential Life Lost, and Productivity Losses—United States, 2000–2004 (CDC, 2013). Furthermore, because of healthcare costs and mortality that impact workplace productivity and general public welfare, smoking cessation programs have become pervasive across the country. This paper examines the literature on the effects of smoking addiction and smoking cessation on appetite, stress, and health. Findings of this paper showed that smoking addiction can reduce appetite at different degrees, heighten stress, and cause or increase risks for different illnesses, while smoking cessation can... ? Smoking Addiction and Smoking Cessation: Effects on Appetite, Stress, and Health 12 August Smoking can cause and have...
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Potential and Actual Effects of Political Events on Trade
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...Potential and actual effects of political events in a state may be both harmful and also suitable. The alignment is such that the economic activities of people are improved or that self-interest is created... ? Problem Three Affiliation: Economic activities of any are influenced by thepolitical events occurring in such a state and these may be either negatively or positively. The extent of the influence determines trade, transport and communication in various sectors of the economy. Political events influence many sectors of the country such as the defense, the trade, movements, manufacturing and production. Rallying of parties influences money generation and behavior of people in a different culture....
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Exploring the Potential Health Effects of Exposure to Electric and Magnetic Fields (EMFs)
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...Potential Health Effects of Exposure to Electric and Magnetic Fields (EMFs) A Research Paper of Student Course Title Name of Professor Date of Submission Introduction Even though electric and magnetic fields (EMFs) possibly will evoke in people’s mind an image of danger or ambiguity, specialists have had a comprehensive and accurate knowledge of them since the 19th century. EMFs can be found in all creatures or living beings and in nature. Basically, they come from numerous natural sources. Occurrences in the atmosphere generate massive stable electric fields at the earth’s surface, and occurrences in the core of the earth produce a magnetic field... ?Running Head: Environmental Studies Exploring the...
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Malicious Software, Unknown Threats & Potential Solutions
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...potential effects of malicious software become increasingly dangerous. The average person has multiple digital devices that they rely on daily for their communication and business needs, and the average business is even more reliant on digital devices and applications. Considering these facts, criminals are innovating elaborate methods to compromise data systems to acquire potential valuable information, and many of these threats go undetected until they are exposed by law enforcement agencies. Many of these agencies are partnering with manufacturers... ?Running head: MALICIOUS SOFTWARE, UNKNOWN THREATS AND POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS Malicious Software, Unknown Threats and Potential Solutions Insert Insert...
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The Potential Influence of Environmental Factors on Human Error
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...effectively address these concerns. This study involves identifying and controlling the risks from environmental factors in the working environment. Various factors affect worker’s potential and their productivity that are being described below. This document first deals with the work place, its design and the social aspects associated with it. Exposure to noise in work place has lead to hearing loss. There are several other factors like pace of work, provision for breaks, duration of work and the number and the timing of shifts. Here an attempt is made to address those primary concerns in work place of a Broking company, providing with some effective solution to avoid... ? Table of Contents Introduction ...
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Effects of Emissions from Unburned Hydrocarbons under Cold Start
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...Effects of Emissions from Unburned Hydrocarbons under Cold Start Emissions from unburned hydrocarbons under cold start is a serious problem in the automotive industry that normally occurs in the initial few minutes of starting an engine when it still cold and has not achieved its optimal operating temperature, thereby resulting in inefficient and incomplete combustion. Combustions are initiated to start an engine although it is only possible with an appropriate air-fuel mixing rate. While a number of previous studies have primarily focused on the phenomenon of the extra emissions related to the conditions of cold start, little is known about the, magnitude of its...
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Ehavioral and Cognitive Effects of Ayahuasca
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...Effects of Ayahuasca Health Effects of Ayahuasca This paper will provide an extensive literature review of peer-reviewed articles concerning the use of ayahuasca, a Brazilian customary brew for Santo Daime religion. For some time, scientists have embarked on establishing the potential health risks that the use of ayahuasca poses to its users. From the literature review, the psychopharmacological effects of the different componenst of the brew become evident. In addition, the paper also highlights the behavioral profiles of users of ayahuasca. The paper finally draws conclusions based on the evidences in the experimental research and literature review. Ayahuasca is a common term to religions... ? Health...
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Use a Longitudinal study research method to analyze the effects of nutrition
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...effects of study designs on large population is imperious in enabling reflection of validity of the research. Studying a large group of subjects would be imperative in evaluation of potential effects of nutrition for instance, over a diverse population. It is indispensable to comprehend that longitudinal research provides researchers with a plausible method of conducting studies based on the aforementioned conditions. It is beneficial for research on effects of nutrition on diverse population to adopt longitudinal study method due to its inherent strengths in observing psychological effects and incorporation of large cohorts. The paper... Longitudinal study research method In contemporary research, the...
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Nanotechnology benefits and effects in military application
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...potential effects of nanomaterials on the global economy, the impacts of nanomaterials in the environment, its effects on health and other speculative issues (Roco, 2006). Therefore, the advocacy groups and governments have been debating whether it is possible to warrant special regulations on nanotechnology. This essay discusses the benefits and effects of nanotechnology in military. Nanotechnology has various benefits in the military field. First, nanotechnology helps to create the uniform materials for the soldiers. The idea behind using nanotechnology to make soldier’s uniforms is to make them more comfortable, more...
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Event-Related Potential
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...POTENTIALS IN NEUROPHYSIOLOGY Neurophysiology not only aims to understand how the structure and function of the brain but also relates to specific psychological processes. It places a particular emphasis on studying the cognitive effects of brain injury or neurological illness with a view to inferring models of normal cognitive functioning. According to Anthony Robbins, the author of the bestseller Awakening the Giant Within and world famous corporate trainer human movement of accomplishment refer to three essentials: Physiology, Language and Focus. These three aspects... Task: Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the ERP method for investigating cognitive functions and cognitive dysfunctions....
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The effects lasting and non-lastin of early childhood strokes
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...effects, lasting and non-lasting, of early childhood strokes The increase of the rate of stroke among infants and children, as a common phenomenon in the last decade, has led to the development of research on the potential effects of stroke on this part of the population, both in the short and the long term. As a health problem, stroke has been related to a series of factors, including genes, family environment but also specific health issues, such as lack of appropriate dental care (Ceglarek 21). Even if the causes of stroke in infants and children have been identified, almost precisely, still it seems to be quite difficult for the specific health problem to be effectively controlled... 1 2. The...
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Potential output of Georgia(country)
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...POTENTIAL OUTPUT OF GEORGIA Georgia is a small transition economy with a total population of 4.4 million in 2009 and Gross domestic product of US$ 12.80 billion.1 Georgia exported agriculture, energy and other intensive industrial products to Soviet Union prior to 1991. The economy of the country collapsed after its independence in 1991 because of the effects of civil war. The output and exports of the country fell by 70 percent and 90 percent respectively which is considered as the worst decline ever faced by any transition economy.2 The GDP contributions of different sectors of Georgia are agriculture (12.5%), industry (27.9%) and services (59.6%).3...
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Achieving Health Potential
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...POTENTIAL Achieving Health Potential of the of the Achieving Health Potential Introduction This study substantiates the effectiveness of acupressure in preventing post-operative nausea and vomiting, limitations are recognized, because of restrictions on availability of time, personnel and budget. As the subjects were sampled from patients who received general anaesthesia, the generalizations made in this study are limited to this group of patients. These initial results should be exploited by additional research with larger sized samples under multivariate statistical analysis. However, it is felt that the results of this study may promise a broader application besides... Running Head: ACHIEVING HEALTH...
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Potential enterpreneur PowaPak
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...Potential Investors Potential Entrepreneur – here ‘ENERGY WITH EVERY SIP’ Introduction ‘PowaPak’ is power packed and provides ‘energywith every sip’. This drink is will be on the shelf before Christmas which is one of the busiest shopping seasons of the year. The Christmas season is busiest because it lasts for just under a month (The Free Library 2009). Bainbridge (2011) indicates that is the season for parties. During this time people are expected to stock up on food and drinks and so it is a good time to launch ‘PowaPak’. It may be considered a little late but most of the Christmas shopping is done in the last week before Christmas. In fact, All In...
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Aaudiences have been Researched in Terms of Media 'Effects'
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...potential interaction of media with personal and social life. On the other hand, appropriate empirical research has been conducted aiming to highlight the importance of the media for the development of public’s views on specific social and political issues (also for the development of specific preferences referring to the use of media for the promotion of particular products/ services). Current paper focuses on the identification of the reasons that the methods used for the research on audiences in order to locate the consequences of the so-called media effects. Specific aspects... Why and how have audiences been researched in terms of media effects Introduction The use of media for the achievement of...
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Effects Of Organic Waste Pollution On The Natural Environment
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...potential effects on the aquatic environment that can be transferred to other environments through food chains. Organic pollutants may be rich in organic acids and change pH level of the subject aquatic environment. Such a change has direct effects on physiological processes in plants and animals and therefore affects rates at which the processes occur. Organic acids may also dissolve organic matter that aquatic plants and animals can then consume and transfer to their predators. Continuous accumulation of such dissolve matter may have adverse effects on plants and animals in aquatic environment and other environments that...
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Potential sheath removal issues
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...Potential Sheath Removal Issues Potential Sheath Removal Issues Introduction Angioplasty relates to a procedure done to improve blood flow in the arteries and veins. This procedure is minimally invasive. The procedure involves insertion of a balloon-tipped catheter into the blood vessel to the narrowed or blocked section where the balloon is then inflated to open the vessel. A bare stent or stent graft may be placed in the blood vessel to keep it open. They are usually placed and expanded inside the artery or vein to prop the walls open. Angioplasty and stenting are used to treat narrowing or blockage of arteries or veins in the body. The blockage may be attributable to conditions including... ...
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Why would Basel III be Effective on Hedging Against Financial Risks and another Potential Financial Crisis
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...effective hedge against the risks and potential new financial crisis could only be assessed when the new accord is fully implemented. However, some measures such as the introduction of the 4.5% of the core capital as the percentage of total risk weighted assets will create an additional buffer for the banks... ?Overview Basel II was launched in order to make the financial system more risk sensitive and to improve the capabilities of the financial s to actually improve their robustness and ability to cope with the extreme situations. However, the current economic crisis has put a big question mark over the ability of the Basel II framework to put an effective check over the behavior and practices of the...
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Noise as Potential Housing Hazard
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...Potential Housing Hazard: Reduction of Its Impact by Legal Options and Administrative Processes 0 Introduction: Part one of the Housing Act 2004 introduces a new way of assessing the fitness of a property for human habitation. One of the stated intents of the Act is to improve the standards of properties. The bulk of the focus of the old system as per the Housing Act 1985 was looking at features of the property like lack of ventilation, damp etc whereas the new system has greater emphasis on the effects of things on the health and safety of the occupier. The Housing Health and Safety Rating System (HHSRS) assesses twenty-nine categories of housing hazard including factors which were... to...
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Why would Basel III be Effective on Hedging Against Financial Risks and another Potential Financial Crisis
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...effective hedge against the risks and potential new financial crisis could only be assessed when the new accord is fully implemented. However, some measures such as the introduction of the 4.5% of the core capital as the percentage of total risk weighted assets will create an additional buffer for the banks... Overview Basel II was launched in order to make the financial system more risk sensitive and to improve the capabilities of the financial s to actually improve their robustness and ability to cope with the extreme situations. However, the current economic crisis has put a big question mark over the ability of the Basel II framework to put an effective check over the behavior and practices of the...
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Diet Effects on Plasma Lipoproteins
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...potential effects of HCHO diets on LPL and HL activities. Fredrickson et al. [35] stated a reduction in postheparin plasma lipolytic activity following a HCHO diet but did not divide LPL and HL activities. Campos et al. found a reduced plasma LPL activity after 6 weeks of HCHO diet in healthy men. [37] Jackson et al. found the information that HCHO diets lessened postheparin LPL activity; the effect was temporary in men and endured for long time only in women. [36] 55 Different results were obtained in type II diabetic patients: the HCHO diet induced no modification of HL activity [28, 34... 1 Cholesterol and triacylglycerol are transported in blood as lipoproteins. Ordovas 2005 defined lipoproteins...
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The effects of substance abuse on domestic violence
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...potential effects of substance abuse on domestic violence, a crime that has highly expanded worldwide. All aspects of substance abuse, as developed in the context of the family, are explored; emphasis is given though to the potential of substance abuse to lead to violent incidents within the family. The study has been structured in such way so that the reader is given the chance to monitor the raise of violence as a result of substance abuse in families with different social and cultural characteristics. Indeed, the study is not limited in terms of geography; rather it aims to show the expansion of domestic violence, as related to substance abuse... ? The effects of substance abuse on domestic violence...
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The Effects of Alcohol Abuse on a Diagnostic Imaging Department
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...Effects of Alcohol Abuse on Individuals 6 1.3 Effects of Alcohol Abuse on Departments 7 1.3.1 Accident and Emergency Departments 7 1.3.2 Determining Drinking History 8 1.3.3 Diagnostic Imaging Department 9 1.4 Potential Effects 10 1.4.1 Difficult Injury Assessment 10 1.4.2 Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome 10 1.4.3 Increased Workload 11 1.5 Conclusion 11 2.0 Research Aim 13 2.1 Research Question 13 2.2 Rationale for Study 13 2.3 Aims and Objectives 14... ?The Effects of Alcohol Abuse on a Diagnostic Imaging Department NUMBER: [insert number here] ASSIGNMENT The Effects of Alcohol Abuse on a Diagnostic Imaging Department UNIT NUMBER: [AHP 3-504] UNIT TITLE: [Finding the Evidence - Research Activity] UNIT...
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The Effects of Substance Abuse On Domestic Violence
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...potential effects of substance abuse on domestic violence, a crime that has highly expanded worldwide. A series of academic studies have been developed trying to offer an explanation for the causes of domestic violence. These studies have referred to substance abuse, as one of the factors leading to such behavior. Still, the aspects of the relationship between substance abuse and domestic violence have not been clearly explained in the literature. The belief that human behavior can be irrelevant from external factors, such as substance of various types, as this belief has been promoted in psychology, may be responsible for this phenomenon. This study... ? The effects of substance abuse on domestic...
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The Effects of Globalization on the Future of Adult Learning
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...potential effects of globalization on both the current and future of adult education with particular focus on how the practice of adult education in America has impacted on learning across the globe. How cultural and global issues are affecting the practice of adult education There are several cultural factors as well as global issues that have a significant impact on the current as well as the future practice of adult education. For example some of these cultural and global issues have resulted... ? The Effects of Globalization on the Future of Adult Learning The Effects of Globalization on the Future of Adult Learning Introduction In the increasingly globalized society, the western practice of adult...
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Evaluating potential international relations challenges
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...potential international relations challenges Evaluating potential international relations challenges Introduction An international theory of relations is an arranged group principles that describe how the worldwide system works, and they are backed up with tangible evidence. Realism, liberalism, and nationalism are the major examples of international relation theories. These philosophies are built on the concept that countries eternally act in harmony with their state concern, or the concerns of that specific state (Dornelles, 2010). National interests frequently incorporate individual protection, army security, financial affluence, and inspiration of other countries. From time to time... Evaluating...
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What are the effects of Herb drug interactions
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...potential for adverse interaction with analgesic drugs Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic drug interactions with Kava (Piper methysticum Forst. f.) Herb-drug interactions Herb-drug interactions: Review and assessment of report reliability Herb-drug interactions: Interactions between Ginkgo biloba and prescription medications Evidence-based drug–herbal interactions Herb-drug interactions: Focus on pharmacokinetics The in vitro drug interaction potential of dietary supplements containing multiple herbal components St. John’s Wort: A Systematic Review of Adverse Effects and Drug... A Review of Literature on Herb-Drug Interaction TABLE OF CONTENTS p. 2 Introduction 3 Results 4 Herbal medication:...
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Diet effects on plasma lipoproteins ( Paraphrasing )
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...potential effects of HCHO diets on LPL and HL activities. Fredrickson et al. [35] stated a reduction in postheparin plasma lipolytic activity following a HCHO diet but did not divide LPL and HL activities. Campos et al. found a reduced plasma LPL activity after 6 weeks of HCHO diet in healthy men. [37] Jackson et al. found the information that HCHO diets lessened postheparin LPL activity; the effect was temporary in men and endured for long time only in women. [36] 55 Different results were obtained in type II diabetic patients: the HCHO diet induced no modification of HL activity [28, 34] and induced... 1 Cholesterol and triacylglycerol are transported in blood as lipoproteins. Ordovas 2005 defined...
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A critical review of the potential of certification to assist in the development of more sustainable tourism
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...potential impact that such measures can have on not only firm-entities and tourism sector players, but on the greater economy and local communities. This provides a key point of argumentation and debate, against the increased global rush towards sustainability. This is without consideration of prevailing contexts, and potential effects and influences that such standardization measures would have (Drake, 1991:39). While there is no doubt... A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE POTENTIAL OF CERTIFICATION TO ASSIST IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MORE SUSTAINABLE TOURISM by Executive Summary Sustainable tourism is an essential aspect of the prevailing need for a sense of social responsibility, when it comes to tourism and tour...
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DESTRUCTIVE LEADERSHIP IN THE MILITARY: A QUALITATIVE INVESTIGATION INTO THE PERCEIVED EFFECTS THAT IT CAN HAVE ON JUNIOR ENLISTED MARINES
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...potentially underline the growing problem of destructive leadership tendencies in the United States military contexts. Einarsen (2007) defined destructive leadership as leadership repeatedly and systematically pushing against the organization’s functional interests by sabotaging or undermining the organization’s goals, resources, or effectiveness. Reed (2009) suggested military leaders make poor leadership decisions that can ruin their career or the career of others. Schilling (2009) noted destructive leadership has also... ? DESTRUCTIVE LEADERSHIP IN THE MILITARY: A QUALITATIVE INVESTIGATION INTO THE PERCEIVED EFFECTS THAT IT CAN HAVE ON JUNIOR ENLISTED MARINES by Darnell E. Patton CHAPTER 1:...
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Potential impact of biotechnology on modern society
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...Potential impact of biotechnology on modern society. POTENTIAL IMPACT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY ON MODERN SOCIETY Many areas of biotechnology have arisen through the interaction between various parts of biology and engineering, biochemistry, biophysics, cell biology, colloid chemistry, embryology, ecology, genetics, immunology, molecular biology, medical chemistry, pharmacology, virology and many such fields. Global impact and current excitement of biotechnology on modern society:- Each and every organism performs its function within its optimum limits. yeast cells have been genetically manipulated to produce... INDEX Introduction to biotechnology Application in healthcare Agriculture Environment...
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Discuss the positive and negative effects of globalisation on China
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...potential effects of an increase in UV-B radiation on the biosphere due to ozone depletion... ? Effects of Globalisation on China Introduction Globalisation has tremendous impact on the emergence of BRIC countries, Brazil, Russia, India and China as major forces in the global economy in the recent years and the rapid phase of economic development in these countries, which occupy more than 25% of the land in the world and about 40% of the world’s population with control over raw materials and manpower. This paper discusses about the effect of globalization on china. The factors to be considered in this connection are multifarious ranging from the issues of human rights, political freedom and freedom of...
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Leadership Potential
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...potential. Thomas Carlyle's Great Man theory is perhaps the oldest theory on leadership, which states that leaders are those with a certain charisma and are able to influence people. This theory was derived from the military and war background, and was followed by various other versions of what constituted leadership. These are discussed below. The Traits Theory, explored by McCall and Lombardo (1983) suggested four primary traits that decide an individual's effectiveness as a leader. These were: Emotional stability and composure Ability to admit error Good interpersonal skills Intellectual breadth The Traits theory was based on the premise that...
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Invasion of Privacy and the Potential Abuse
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...Potential Abuse In the world of today, invasion of privacy has reached new levels. This is because it has affected the world of IT and computing like never before. This is one of the main reasons why people view the phenomenon of IT as a potentially disadvantageous one – one that can mar the very basis of success and harmony within the related ranks. Invasion of privacy has become a huge problem because it creates rifts among the people who are directly involved with the use of sensitive data and information, as they believe that their rights have been transgressed upon and such violations usually mean that they would have to find new ways to protect themselves... Technology realms. Neither...
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Illegal Immigrants and Their Effects on Crime in America
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...potential relationship between illegal immigration and terrorism is also highlighted in the study of Freilich et al. (2006); it is noted though that the policies used by the USA authorities in regard to the limitation of the specific form of criminal activity are important – more effective from others similar; the National Crime Information Data Center Database is an Information system used for the control of criminal activities of persons who might be involved in severe crimes – especially terrorism – and who are expected to use the ‘illegal immigration’ scheme... Illegal Immigrants and Their Effects on Crime in America Introduction The increase of crime worldwide has been related with various social,...
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The Potential Contributions of Human Resource
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...Potential Contributions for Human Resource Based on Environmental Analysis in British Airways 2006 Table of Contents I Introduction . 3 II PESTLE analysis 4 III SWOT analysis ... 6 IV The Potential contributions of human resource . 7 V Conclusion .. 8 VI References .. 9 I. Introduction The aviation industry has the highest growth rates of all modes of transport (Whitelegg 2000) and it brings with it major economic and social benefits. Historically global air transport has grown 5% every year since 1980 (BA 2005) and this growth has contributed to the knock on effects being experienced... Personnel Practise and Perspectives - MBSP0050 Lecturer: Paul Smith work The...
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Soil bioremedation - potential role for genetic engineering
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...potential, these metal species are effectively immobilized... ?Introduction The occurrence of persistent organic pollutants and heavy metal contamination in both terrestrial and marine systems has not gone unnoticed over the past decades (Thevenon et al., 2011). Over the years, several reports have been made on the status and magnitude of soil contamination by heavy metals and other pollutants especially in areas near factories and industrial plants (Frangi and Richard, 1997; Agoramoorthy et al., 2006; Ezeh and Chukwu, 2011; Yuan et al., 2011). In fact, current studies seem to suggest that the extent of the areas being contaminated has been increasing along with the increase in mining activities,...
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What could be the expected positive and negative effects of European Monetary Union on a member country's economy
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...potential implications of the entry of a member state in Euro zone are made clear. 2. Which could be the expected positive and negative effects of European Monetary Union on a member country's economy? The participation of countries in a monetary union has been related to a series of benefits. For the member states that participate in EMU these benefits would be also available. According to Albertin (2008) one of the most important benefits of participating in a monetary union is ‘the significant increase of bilateral trade between the countries that have joined such union’ (Albertin 2008, p.3). It is not made clear though whether this benefit can continue...
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HIV Screening for potential immigrants to Canada
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...potential immigrants. Canadian HIV/AIDS Policy and Law Review. 8(1), 20-21. Leaver, C. A., Allman, D., Meyers, T., and Veugelers, P. J. (2004, July). Effectiveness of HIV Prevention in Ontario, Canada: A Multilevel Comparison of Bisexual Men. American... HIV Screening for potential immigrants to Canada Yasser Alendijani 100477728 UOIT October 1st HIV Screening for potential immigrants to Canada Introduction In 2005, 58,000 people in Canada were living with HIV (human immunodeficiency virus), (Coyte and Thavorn, 2010). It is a pandemic that remains an enormous challenge in Canada and around the world. In the early days of the HIV/AIDS epidemic fear was widespread and little was known about the diseas...
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Greatest potential for impact by 2030
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...effects of those natural events. Stress on water supplies is already occurring, between household uses in growing populations worldwide, rapid urbanization, and expansion of business activities in developing countries. All of these factors contribute to a lessening of supply of water, as the demand continues to increase (Shiklomanov). In fact, the demand for water in developing countries increased linearly from 30 percent in 1970 to 80% in 2000 (Chartres and Varma). Growth in Middle East populations is particularly concerning, given the natural lack of water in desert regions. This has led some experts to say, “The next war in the Middle East will be fought... ?Basic biology informs us that water is the...
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Effects
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...effectively accept the dangers of the situation and an attempt to fix it. Northern America has been a big contributor to the amount of greenhouse gases that have been the cause of the ozone depletion... ?Climate change and global warming have become a cause of concern for the entire global community as the increase in the temperature of the earth andother ecological changes are causing a lot of natural changes that are not beneficial for anyone. There are a number of contributing causes to the climate change and global warming itself which have been highlighted by various forums, both at national and international levels in a number of countries. The Kyoto Protocol is an effort by the world community to...
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Effects
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...effectively accept the dangers of the situation and an attempt to fix it. Northern America has been a big contributor to the amount of greenhouse gases that have been the cause of the ozone... . This can cause a number of health hazards for a lot of people and even destroy structures with the passage of time. The effects of climate change and global warming is not isolated in a particular region or continent, it is a global issue and has caused numerous disasters across the world. Over the last 35 years there has been a significant increase in the number of category 5 hurricanes which has been linked to the rising ocean temperatures due to the depletion of the ozone layer...
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Beehive extract potential prostate cancer treatment
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...potential pro cancer treatment The research outcome at the of Chicago proved that some extracts from beehives could cure prostrate cancer. The beehives propolises contain compounds called the Caffeine Acid Phenyl Ester, which bees use to seal openings in the hives. According to Jones, Kokontis & Chuu, the discovery of the compound especially its ability to cure diseases was evident a long time ago; however, the medical experts have not approved it because their side effect are unknown. Propolis has been instrumental in curing diseases for many years, but the substance has been ignored in the pharmaceutical industry especially in the US and Europe (Jones, Kokontis & Chuu... Task: Beehives extract...
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Market Potential
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...Potentially the local banking system of Serendib can be made stronger to accommodate savings that are a definite feature... down the imports of industrial inputs through backward integration. In this way new avenues can be utilized to improve the income distribution’s polarity. 3) With the HDI of 0.72 the country shows that the indicators are better and there is a potential of urbanizing the rural populations. This means that life expectancy, education and income levels are increasing in the country making people adopt a different mindset and have an increase in purchasing power. Thus, Shopping malls and brands could have a potential scope in the country and...
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Electric potential
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...Potential An electric potential, also referred to as the electrostatic potential or electric field potential is the amount of electrical energy that a point charge would possess if locate in a space. According to (Holbrow, Charles 144), a single unit of electric potential is equivalent to the work done by a field of electricity in bringing a single positive charge to a given point from the infinity. Theoretically, electric potential is denoted by ΦE, Φ (Phi), or volts (V). In this case, one volt is equivalent to the electric energy (measured in joule) possessed by the particle divided by the quantity of charge stored in the particle. Therefore, Electric potential (V) = electric energy... Electric...
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THE EFFECTS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE BALANCED SCORECARD (BSC) ON FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE IN A SAUDI COMPANY
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...EFFECTS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE BALANCED SCORECARD (BSC) ON THE FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF A SAUDI COMPANY – THE CASE OF THE RIYAD BANK 1. Description of Academic Area A study on the potential implications and benefits of the Balanced Scorecard as a key strategic tool for supporting the financial performance of a firm operating in the financial services industry of Saudi Arabia. 2. Criteria of research in terms of industry and geographical area The study will refer to the banking sector of a particular country, Saudi Arabia. At the next level, the research will be developed in regard to a particular firm, the Riyad Bank, one of the most powerful competitors in the Saudi... ?RESEARCH PROPOSAL THE...
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...Potential Liability of Parties Mr. Dewey Cheatum can hold vicariously liable both Dawn and her employer Fast As We Can Delivery claiming that Dawn was negligent in her driving while liability of the employer was based on the legal definition of vicarious liability wherein one person is liable for the negligent actions of another person, even if the first person was not directly responsible for the injury ("Auto Accident", n.p). In this case, Dawn was serving the interest of the employer to deliver the package to DNA through the order of the supervisor. Anent the DNA Lab, its potential liability would be that of an employer too. Since it was its interest...
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