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Rural Development
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...Rural development had entirely different tracjectories for the countries of the North and South. Rural development has virtually stunted in the Nigerand had developed retrogressively over many years due to government apathy and ineptitude. Structural deficiencies and institutional weaknesses also pose serious challenges to heightened development in Niger. Rural development has changed its face in the North and the scenic village has been changed gradually into consumption-driven entities. The residents of the village had chosen to make themselves available for service industries composed of tourist-related occupations instead of working as farmers. Definition of rural Farming is regarded... ...
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Urban Rural divide
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...Rural divide Introduction It is notable that about 9.3 million people in England live in the rural areas (Spencer & Rogers, p 13, 2005). This is nearly 86% of the entire population of the country. Additionally, there are over 490,000 businesses in the rural areas registered, which constitute about 26% of the businesses in England (Spencer & Rogers, p 21, 2005). However, it is evident that the urban areas have better development and capacity of growth than those in the rural settings. Another component is that England is not homogenous, as it consists of a vast range of differing areas, some including remote upland farmsteads, fishing communities, small markets, and some peri-urban villages... Urban Rural ...
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Rural Urban Migration
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...Rural-Urban Migration Introduction Rapid urbanization has led to the growth of migration from rural to urban areas especially in less developed countries. Most development projects and industries are concentrated in large cities of the developed (DCs) and developing countries (LDCs) as well as social amenities at the expense of small cities. Push and pull factors have been attributed to increasing migration of population from rural to urban areas (Watson, 2004).Push factors in rural areas force the population to migrate although other factors such as family composition, age, gender play a part in deciding whether to...
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Rural Tourism in UK
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...rural tourism 9 2.2Study of the characteristics and experiences of rural tourists in order to identify potential rural tourists 11 2.3Rural tourism in UK 17 2.4Benefits of rural tourism in UK 26 3Methodology 31 4Discussion and Conclusion 33 References 41 56 Abstract This research gives an overview of rural tourism in UK, where it defines rural tourism, examines various statistical data available on rural tourism at a national level, explores the extent of development in this arena and studies the benefits of this form of tourism. Rural tourism, generally viewed as country... ?Table of Contents 2 1Introduction 3 1Background study 3 2Aims and objectives 7 2Literature review 9 2.1Nature and types of rural...
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Rural Mental Health
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...Rural Mental Health Table of Contents Question 3 Question 2 4 Question 3 5 Bibliography 6 Question One of the most recurrent problems in rural mental health care is that of isolation. Isolation prevails both culturally and geographically. In recent times a lot of initiative is taken up by the government and other organizations to fight the evils of isolation: Participation and association helps to fight the problems of isolation Establishment of clinics and counseling centers even in desolate areas Building consciousness and education among the rural folks. Restricted use of resources and specialists to the remote areas are taken care by: Building community-based medical teams to fight... ...
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Hospice in Rural Countries
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...RURAL COUNTIES [Place your complete here] [Place here] [Place here] Introduction This paper focuses on the identification of the socioeconomic, physician-related, and rural-urban factors influencing the Medicare-certified hospice in the tree rural-urban areas from the 3,140 counties basing on the 2005 Area Resource File for county- level data base. In identifying the variables, the technique of local regression was used which was found to influence the Medicare-certified hospice across the chosen 3 rural-urban areas. According to the findings, the classification from metropolitan (least rural) to rural-nonadjacent (most rural), there was a decrease... ANALYSIS OF FACTORS INFLUENCING HOSPICE IN RURAL...
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Life in Rural Areas
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...Rural Areas 7 4. Access to Services 9 5. NEETs 9 6. Trendsin Rural Development 10 7. Problems of Rural Youth 12 8. Government Action for Rural Youth 17 9. Every Child Matters 22 10. Conclusions and Recommendations 25 11. Concluding Comments 27 12. Recommendations 36 ARE YOUNG PEOPLE LIVING IN RURAL AREAS AT A DISADVANTAGE WHEN ACCESSING SERVICES Executive Summary Context Living or retiring to the scenic beauty and the peace and serenity of the country-side is a cherished desire of countless people. The Commission for Rural Communities notes that the quality of life in the rural areas is much higher than... CONTENTS Serial No Heading Page Executive Summary 2. Introduction 5 3. Definition of Rural ...
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Rural Life and Culture
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...Rural Life and Culture Introduction I went to a rural farm that belonged to my uncle. My father had taken leave from work and we had planned to visit my uncle’s farm to have a unique experience away from the city. My uncle used to send us apples and oranges and different kinds of fruits as they soon as they would be ripe. So we decided to pay him a visit. My experience Before going, I was expecting my uncle’s farm to look like a forest. As I was a child and did not have much knowledge of the way farms were kept, I expected to find all kinds of fruits in my uncle’s farm whether or not they belonged to that season. When I arrived, I was astonished to see...
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Rural Areas Development
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...rural spaces in the global north have become landscapes of consumption, rather than traditional landscapes of production Introduction Introduction In twenty first century, the rural areas in the developed world have undergone tremendous changes, especially in the economic sector. The importance of primary sector in the rural economy of public sector has progressively declined since the end of the World War II. The development of the rural areas in the developed word is being increasingly depended upon various forms of consumerism. It means that rural areas are undergoing a stage of post-production in the rural areas. The purpose of this paper... Discuss the contention that...
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India: Creating rural entrepreneurs
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...Rural Entrepreneurs and Section # of India: Creating Rural Entrepreneurs Business – this word always rings an alarm, and businessmen are always thought to be selfish and cruel, it’s what the concept of “smart businessman” is. A smart businessman is always considered to be selfish and a bit cruel, who always seek for good opportunities for himself and his organization But this concept is been changed in recent past, with the efforts of governments and also few corporate organizations. The microfinance schemes are common nowadays. They let the common people, who are not capable of starting there own business to make a good start by giving them small loans. Business and economic... India: Creating Rural...
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Rural Poverty Alleviation
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...Rural Poverty Alleviation through Micro-Credit by Non-Governmental Organizations in India Achievements in Rural Poverty Alleviation through Micro-Credit by Non-Governmental Organizations in India Titus Rock Manickam Order No. 218757 18 April 2008 Table of Contents Introduction3 Achievements of Rural Poverty Alleviation...3 National Rural Employment Program4 Performance of RLEGP in the Seventh Plan5 Disillusionment with Rural Life.5 Micro Credits..6 Micro Credits for the Rural Poor..6 Conclusion...7 Bibliography.8 Achievements in Rural Poverty Alleviation through Micro-Credit by Non-Governmental Organizations in India... Achievements in Rural...
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Development of Rural Economy
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...RURAL DEVELOPMENT COMPARISONS WITH IRAQ AND AUSTRALIA FAKHER SURJI MASTER OF SCINENCE IN FINANCE Fakher Surji 4409 Surji Circle Centerville, TN 37033 Name: Fakher M. Surji Field: Master of Science in FINANCE University: Vanderbilt University 2201 West End Avenue Nashville, TN 37240 Module: Capstone Module EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: This paper has been written in recognition of a development economics issue which concerns the economies and nations throughout the world. The first part of this paper talks about the development of any economy and relates it to how these steps could be trickled down to both the rural and urban areas... . This paper also talks about various issue and problems...
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Poverty in Rural America
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...Rural America Poverty in the rural United s of America is a significant and often neglected feature of rural life in a nation that is a global economic superpower and ought not to have such a problem. However, for reasons rooted in history and capitalistic exploitation, many in rural America find themselves trapped in poverty with no means of escape. Race and ethnicity are important in the rural poverty phenomenon and social welfare and other efforts to try to assist the poor appear to have a limited and temporary impact. Charitable handouts cannot last forever and it is not possible to deprive individuals of their property to distribute it amongst the poor who must earn what they have... Poverty in...
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Rural Change and Development
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...Rural Change and Development Year of Study/Semester: Submitted: Rural Change andDevelopment in Context According to one of the reports by the World Bank, it is estimated that about 75 percent of the poor people live in the rural areas. To this end, North and South regions of England are no exception. Just as is the case with other countries, the main source of livelihood to communities living in these regions is agriculture. The past few decades have witnessed concerted efforts by various stakeholders to come up with feasible strategies to alleviate if not eradicate poverty within these regions as well as other parts across the globe....
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Rural Telecom Industry
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...rural areas was a huge task. Today, it is the management of data, which has taken precedence in the area. As mergers and acquisitions are made, companies grow larger; their subscriber base grows bigger. There have to be systems in place for data management, whether for landlines or mobile connections. Data management is fast merging as a challenge for all telecom companies: big or small. Introduction With the world going digital, connectivity across regions has become the need of the hour. Cities, towns, villages, remote interiors across the globe... Order 218665 As the global economy grows, connectivity and convenience also grow proportionately. While a few years ago, getting connectivity to rural...
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Rural Delivery Journal
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...Rural Delivery” Journal I grew up in a very rural area, similar to the one described by Kingsolver in “Rural Delivery.” Once, I was involved in an introductory activity for a class where the students had to fill out a bingo card. To fill out the bingo card, you had to find a person matching the characteristic listed in each square. I remember that one of the characteristics was “find someone who lived in a town with one or fewer stoplights.” I was the only student in the class that could fill in this space on the card for everyone. My town is a small community at the base of a mountain range. Most residents of the community have lived in the area for multiple... ?John Q. Doe English 344 8 May 2000 “Rural ...
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Rural Poverty and Environment
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...RURAL POVERTY AND THE ENVIRONMENT The article Environment and Development (p487) s that, "environmental destruction and high fertility go hand in hand, they are both direct outgrowths of absolute poverty." Accordingly, the issues of "landlessness, poverty and lack of access to institutional resources" must first be addressed. The government must institute policies that would answer these issues. Policy options must be economical, practical, and possible of immediate enforcement. POLICY OPTIONS Policy options in developing countries to answer the issues of landlessness, poverty and lack of access to institutional resources are already in progress one way or the other. ...
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Reflection on rural externship
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...RURAL EXTERNSHIP By Nagy Alexander (school) Reflection on rural externship I had a chance to observe very closely some interactions during my placement. In one of these cases, a Miss A.B came to the pharmacy asking for paracetamol. I observed that Miss A.B was flushed and had glassy eyes. She was also bundled up with a thick jacket even when it was warm outside. She expressed that she was feeling cold, but her temperature reading indicated that she had a fever. She also said she was having a slight headache. She went to her Family Physician for a consult, but her doctor was out of town on a conference and would only get back after 4 days. She then came to the pharmacy... OF RURAL EXTERNSHIP By...
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Rural Idyll and Social Exclusion
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...Rural Idyll and Social Exclusion Introduction Rural idyll is the attraction value that the rural give to thepeople living in the cities and convinces them that the villages provide poor quality of life and would never wish to associated with the rural areas. These people believe that the rural life is stressful and insinuates poverty in the mind at a glance at the geographical imagery of these places. The images in the countryside that reveal to the people the kind of lifestyle the rural people live and the attraction of the urban dwellers to the rural places (Watkins and...
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Rural/Community Hospital Role Transition
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...Rural Hospital Practice Introduction Medical practice reaches out to people in different ways. Depending mostly with thelevel of seriousness with which the patient is infected, referrals are made. This may be at a rural or Federal level. Nevertheless, I state here that reference to a rural medical center does not imply that it is a health unit that is low in terms of infrastructure and other medical necessities. To the contrary, it is an equally competent health facility that is referred rural due to the location but infrastructure wise it is up to standards. Being an RN nursing student I had an opportunity to have a field experience CentraCare hospital which is in Sauk Center Minnesota... ....
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Government Objectives For Rural Areas
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...RURAL AREAS Government Objectives For Rural Areas Of The Of The Institute] Government Objectives For Rural Areas The Government's Objectives The Government's objectives for rural regions that are in relevance to any Planning Policy are: (i) To elevate the excellence and superiority of life and the environment in rural areas through the expansion and development of: - Flourishing, comprehensive and maintainable rural societies, guaranteeing people have refined places to live by humanizing the superiority and sustainability of local surroundings and neighborhoods'; - Maintaining economic enlargement and diversification; - Good quality, sustainable development... Running Head: GOVERNMENT OBJECTIVES FOR...
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Australian Rural and Remote Nursing
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...RURAL AND REMOTE NURSING Scope of Nursing Practice in Australian Rural and Remote Nursing Introduction The scope of the nursing practice is very extensive for the most part. It covers independent nursing care to assistance rendered to other health professionals in the care of the patient. The nursing practice is based on standards of the medical practice which fit the different qualities and trainings within the profession. In the Australian rural and remote setting, the implementation of the appropriate standards of nursing care and practice may be on a wider scale and on a different level of implementation. This paper shall discuss the scope of nursing... ?SCOPE OF NURSING PRACTICE IN AUSTRALIAN RURAL...
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Health disparities in Rural areas
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...Rural population fails to receive quality healthcare in the United States. The conditions of the minorities in United States are even worse than this. Great health care disparities prevail in United States. Health status of the negatively privileged population is poor. Ethnic and racial... ?The health status of minority population in the United s is poor compared to the rest of the population. Minorities are deprived of good healthcare facilities. The healthcare advancements of the nation is yet to benefit the disadvantaged and negatively privileged. Minorities do not have proper access to the healthcare facilities. Increasing healthcare costs is also preventing the minorities from seeking medical help....
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Brazil Piaui Rural Advancement Committee
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...rural areas grow essential oils for exporting across the world. Piaui total population is 3.1 million (brazil.org) with 60.7% of the population living in Urbanized areas across the state particularly in the capital of Teresina. The government offer to large agricultural companies tax incentives to grow goods their such as Soya, this therefore has come under criticism from local activists and farmers. In Brazil poverty is rife throughout the country, largely in rural areas such as Piaui and small municipals... such as Nazaria, 35% (rural poverty in Brazil) of Brazil’s population lives in poverty even though the country has become an industrial and agricultural superpower with...
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Government objectives for rural areas
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...RURAL AREAS Government Objectives For Rural Areas Of The Of The Institute] Government Objectives For Rural Areas The Governments Objectives The Governments objectives for rural regions that are in relevance to any Planning Policy are: (i) To elevate the excellence and superiority of life and the environment in rural areas through the expansion and development of: - Flourishing, comprehensive and maintainable rural societies, guaranteeing people have refined places to live by humanizing the superiority and sustainability of local surroundings and neighborhoods’; - Maintaining economic enlargement and diversification; - Good quality, sustainable development... Running Head: GOVERNMENT OBJECTIVES FOR RURAL...
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HIV Treatment in Rural Zimbabwe
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...rural Zimbabwe Introduction HIV and AIDS has been a health crisis globally. The effects are, however, magnified in the developing countries due to various social economic factors. High-level s of poverty, inadequate health facilities and a lacking in the education front has contributed immensely to the spread of this disease among these countries. Since the search for the cure is still ongoing, the only method that the health departments worldwide are employing is prevention and management of the disease. In Zimbabwe for instance, the fight against HIV and AIDS faces unique challenges because of culture, and the economic situation evident among the population. In rural areas... ? HIV Treatment in rural...
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THE NAZARIA RURAL ADVANCEMENT FOUNDATION
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...rural areas grow essential oils for exporting across the world. Piaui total population is 3.1 million (brazil.org) with 60.7% of the population living in Urbanized areas across the state particularly in the capital of Teresina. The government offer to large agricultural companies tax incentives to grow goods their such as Soya, this therefore has come under criticism from local activists and farmers. In Brazil poverty is rife throughout the country, largely in rural areas such as Piaui and small municipals such as Nazaria... contents INTRODUCTION 2. INTRODUCTION OF CONTEXT 3. KEY OBJECTIVES 4. ACTIVITIES, SERVICE AND TARGETED GROUP 4 ACTIVITIES 4.2 SERVICE DESCRIPTION 4.2.1 Providing Training 4.2.2 MicroF...
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Quality of Care in a Rural Population
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...Rural Population Utilization and Quality In Healthy People it was d that there was adisparity in the healthcare that is received in rural communities. According to the report, the rate of injury related deaths in rural areas has risen over 40% more than in urban areas. There is lower use of preventative medicine as well as a lack of insurance, difficulty in obtaining emergency and specialty care, and a lower likelihood of using seat belts or understanding what they need to do to lower risk of heart disease and diabetes (Merwin, Snyder, and Katz, 2006). This paper will discuss rural healthcare and strategies that might be used to improve it. It is a difficult task... Utilization and Quality of Care in a...
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Opertaing a small rural-based business
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...Rural-based Business Operating a Small Rural-based Business [Institute’s Operating a Small Rural-based Business It has been observed that the economy of the United Kingdom has been contributed by the small and medium business firms significantly. Particularly, products, services, and new ideas and concepts have been provided to the economy by these SMEs. In addition, thousands of jobs have been created due to these firms, which have reduced the rate of unemployment in the country, and have strengthened the economy of the country. According to a survey, it was noted that approximately 3.7 million small and medium business enterprises have been established in the United... Running Head: Operating a Small...
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Critique of Article Researching Rural Generalist Nurses
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...Rural Generalist Nurses Part A Information about rural generalist nurses, whether service-specific or broad-based (i.e., issues of training or communication) is relevant to the nursing community worldwide. Rural nurses can be found in every populated continent: Africa (Mathole 385-393), Asia (Yamashita 156-165), Australia (Pinikahana 120-125; Lauder et al., 337-344, 2001), Europe (Richards 2-7), North America (Bushy and Leipart 387), and South America (Beckmann 238-241). Therefore, what is important to the rural nursing community is, by design, important to untold millions of men, women, and children across the globe. In Australia, rural nurses represent... an impressive percentage of the...
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Introduction On Rural Population And Land Tenure
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...Rural Population And Land Tenure Rural life all over the world has undergone tremendous changes in the last 50 years. Countries have witnessed total paradigm shift in socio-economic parameters during this time. Key among these changes includes; increase in rural population, land fragmentation, and threats to food security. Stiles and Cameron (2009) noted that changes in rural social life and agricultural practices have made communities vulnerable, both regionally and at the national level; community land and modes of farming are being reshaped to reflect the new realities. Land tenure system is also changing rapidly judging from the fact whereas an individual farmer used to own... Introduction On...
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Aspects of rural nursing and staff retention
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...rural nursing and staff retention Table of contents Sl no…….. Particulars ………………………………………………………………… Page No Chapter Introduction and problem statement 3 1.1 Rural nursing theory 4 1.2 Key concepts 5 2.1 Literature Review – Introduction 7 2.2 Rural 7 2.3 Rural practice 8 2.4 Role of the United Nations 9 2.5 U.K. perspective 10 2.6 High cost area supplement and Recruitment retention premia 14 2.7 Peripherality 14 2.8 Diversity in the workforce 15 2.9 Out of Hours (OoH) Care 16 2.10 Nurse retention strategies 16 2.11 The NHS and women in nursing 17 2.12 Purely an HRM function 18 2.13 Factors responsible for attraction and retention in remote rural areas 20 2.14 Strategies... Aspects of...
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Property Law as Applied to Rural Retreats
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...Rural Retreats In his essay “Dialogue on Private Property,” Felix S. Cohen defined property stating, "To the world: keepoff X unless you have my permission, which I may grant or withhold; Signed: Private citizen; Endorsed: The state" (Cohen 1954, p. 374). This definition indicates a relationship among people characterized by the ability to exclude others by virtue of the rights accorded to individuals by law. The case of Nohrain and his purchase of Lot 9 in Rural Retreats is no different. A number of legal issues arise from the. With regard to Easy Access: (1) do lot owners in the estate have registrable interests to Easy Access, and (2) were the registrar’s actions... Property Law as Applied to Rural...
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Gender & Migration from a Rural Caribbean
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...Rural Caribbean Human beings dwelt in a vastly dispersed small population and groups over a period of four million years living in small groups of people had reduced the affect of infections pathogens or diseases to minimum. The people yester-years and their ancestors had attacks of both kind of diseases such as infections pathogens (bacteria, viruses & parasites) and other one caused due to ageing and degeneration of human bodies. New diseases had emerged owing to change in physical set up and behavioral characteristics of human beings due to bacteria or virus. After the agricultural revolutions about 10,000 yeas ago, people had migrated from one place to the other... Gender & Migration from a...
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Grammar teaching analysis in rural China
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...rural schools Introduction The grammar of a language, together with its lexicon forms the base of any language but its knowledge is not sufficient to successfully communicate in that language; communication includes knowing how to use the grammar and vocabulary and in a culturally appropriate way. The reason for learning English as a foreign or second language is to be able to communicate in English and therefore grammar is a prerequisite for doing so. Communicative language teaching (CLT) has been exulted by western educationalists as the best means of learning English (Savignon 2002), and China following a history... An investigation into the use of CLT to teach English grammar within Chinese rural...
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Female Rural-urban Immigration in China
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...rural-urban immigration in China Introduction China is a third world country whose economy has grown rapidly over years. Its economy remains “mostly unfree” while its legal system remains susceptible to political and communist parties’ influence. The party’s influence to the economic system of China weakens the principle of government by law for example through corruption which is rampant. The Communist party in China plays a role of retaining the control of political speech, expression and religion. Therefore there is hope for economic reform and not for political reforms from the succeeding government of General Secretary Xi Jinping. The environmental degradation which is mainly... College Female...
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Rural development research: a foundation for policy
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...rural development point of view (ROWLEY, 1996, 47). He states that rural entrepreneurship takes place when a new establishment is created which develops a novice product, develops and provides services to a novice market or is involved in the process of utilization of novice technologies in rural environments. He further states that nations have developed their own policies regarding entrepreneurship for the development of rural areas. He states that such policies have even been created by US. He figured out... that if entrepreneurial programs are backed by government, they gain more success. He stated that no model of entrepreneurship exist that will lead to successful rural...
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The Rural Riverina and the Urban Perth
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...Rural Riverina and the Urban Perth Rachna Jalan The Rural Riverina and the Urban Perth Introduction: A study of the Riverina and the Perth located respectively in the eastern and western parts of Australia divulge a beautiful blend of rural and urban environmental factors. The rustic region of Riverina represented as "Riverina ' naturally!" in the branding statement of Riverina Regional Development Board (n.d.b) when compared with the metropolitan area of Perth, the capital and the largest city of Western Australia, reveal an interesting scenario of assorted environments (Perth 2007). Map of Riverina (region), New South Wales, Perth Map, Western Australia... ...
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Rural/Community Hospital Role Transition Assignment
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...Rural/Community Hospital Role Transition Unit: Lecturer: Introduction The following paper is a representation of my experience at the CentraCare hospital located in Sauk Center Minnesota. I was working there, and assigned to different RNs. Sauk center which is alevel 4 trauma center, handles patients with different needs and injuries. During my work period I had been allocated a couple of objectives and goals to achieve. My overall experience was positive, educational, rewarding, and appreciated. The staff were friendly; willing to teach and share their work experiences of the day to day work. This made it easier for me to understand and be incorporated into the system faster. As a result I... ?...
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Health Care systems in Rural India
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...Rural India- A case for innovation and development An essay written using APA style of referencing An of the essay:The essay is about health care practices in use in tribal regions of Adilabad District of Andhra Pradesh, the essay highlights their living styles, existing health care practices, the deficiencies in the existing practices, barriers in the process, Services, schemes in use by the Government and the corporate and strategies for better implementation of the same. Also the article suggests tools for measuring the effective implementation of such strategies. A brief introduction of the study sample: Villages like Kondapur, identified as backward regions... . It augers well for...
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Involvement of Rural Communities in Healthcare
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...RURAL COMMUNITIES IN HEALTHCARE Task: Table of contents 1 Aims and Objectives........................................................................................... 4 1.2 Hypotheses ......................................................................................................... 4 2. Introduction ......................................................................................................... .5 2.1 Background .........................................................................................................5 2.2 Operational definitions .......................................................................................6 3. Statement of Problem... ...
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Fiesta and Social Control in Rural Mexico
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...Rural Mexico. The methodology of anthropological research faces conflict between quantitative and qualitative method, which is more personalized and humanistic. It is observed that qualitative -descriptive method provides essential ingredients to understand human behavior. To understand what the fundamental questions (variable and hypotheses) really are an anthropologist enters the field with some pre-established concepts. It does not mean that he ignores the inductive of sciences for the unbiased data collected from the field may refute the pre-established concepts of an anthropologist. 'The nature of things' do form the notion of mind. (Bacon 1960... Power and Persuasion: Fiesta and Social Control in...
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Mass migration from rural to urban areas
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...rural to urban areas has led to large changes in many aspects of life in China. Construct an essay, which considers the possible economic, social and political benefits that result from this migration and the possible environmental challenges 1. Introduction Mass migration is a social phenomenon related to the radical changes on a country’s economic and social life – as a result of rapid technological and economic growth but also because of the influence of similar social trends worldwide. In China, the particular phenomenon, has led to the transformation of the country’s existing social and economic characteristics. It should be noted that in China, mass migration is rather... ?Mass migration, from...
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In Rural China, a Bitter Way Out
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...Rural China, A Bitter Way Out According to Fan (2007), suicide rates among Chinese women are increasing day by day because of the increased rate of domestic violence (Fan). Even for silly reasons, couples engage in serious fights which ultimately end up in the successful or failed suicide attempts, mostly by the wives. Fan describes an incident in which a wife (Zhao) attempted suicide simply because of her husband’s interest in watching television during night. Chinese social and family lives are extremely mechanical. The depth of relationships in China is extremely low. Even the relationship between the husbands and wives or the mother and children are not stable in China. Frustrations... Rural China, ...
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The Effect of Rural Population Density on Socio-economic Characteristics of Rural Communities
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...Rural Population Density on Socio-economic Characteristics of Rural Communities Literature review 1 Rural Population Density Human population density (both urban and rural) serves as an important study tool, necessary to measure the balance between the total capacity of the physical environment necessary to support the perpetually rising global population, especially in the context of the developing or under developed nations. The studies on population density have primarily focused on the constantly increasing human population and subsequent impact of this increase on the physical environment and the resources available. The picture of an increasing population in developing nations... ? Effect of Rural...
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Physician Assistant role in rural health care system
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...rural areas, the federal government created the rural health clinics program in 1977. This program, authorized by Public Law 95-210, the Rural Health Clinic Services Act, assures Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement to certified clinics staffed by physician assistants (PAs) and nurse practitioners (NPs) working with physician supervision. The purpose of the rural health clinic (RHC) program is to increase primary care medical services in rural, physician shortage areas by utilizing PAs and NPs and providing cost-based compensation for care of Medicare and Medicaid patients.1 The most recent data... To make quality health care available to millions of children and adults living in medically underserved...
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How might ttemperature differ between urban & rural areas
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...Rural Places al Affiliation Temperature in Urban and Rural Places Considering the albedo of various surfaces, how might temperatures differ between urban and rural areas? According to Gillette and Hamilton (2011), considering the albedo of various surfaces, temperatures differ between urban and rural areas in terms of the concept of the urban heat island. Urban areas were described to have higher tendencies to absorb sunlight through the dark surfaces of the asphalt or pavement during the day; and released at night; as compared to rural areas. As such, urban areas are hotter than rural areas, to wit: “hard, dark surfaces such as pavement store heat from the Sun during... Temperature in Urban and Rural...
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Caring for chronic illness in the rural setting
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...Rural Settings: A Genuine Approach To Nursing of the of the Introduction Chronic illness has become one of themajor health problems of the United States (Pierce& Lutz, 2009, p.191). Sadly, the US is experiencing an increase in chronic diseases despite of the efforts to control it (Pierce& Lutz, 2009, p.191). Moreover, disparity suffered by people with disadvantageous social, financial and geographical conditions in accessing the health care services, worsens the overall health condition of the population. People living in rural areas face a lot of problem in managing chronic diseases as they find it difficult to get access to health care services. They also lack knowledge and training about... ? Care In...
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Australian Rural Health-The Role Of Nursing Practice
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...rural Health-The role of nursing practice The health status of the Australian population can be determined by social, economic, environmental and lifestyle factors. For people living in rural Australia additional factors indirectly impact on health status. These factors include; ethnicity, employment, the employability of the communities, demographic features such as ageing populations, geography, climate, and access to information and attitudes to health and illness. In addition, rural health disadvantage is exacerbated by; The accessibility to the rural areas The supporting staff placed in these rural areas Their livelihood which leads them to injuries and accidents... The...
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Modern Growth of Gangs in Rural and Suburban America
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...Rural Street Gangs in the US Introduction Since the early 1900s Americans have witnessed their youth forming what has popularly becomeknown as gangs.(Gardner and Herz, 1993) Studies conducted over the last twenty years up to 1999, indicate that juvenile gang membership in general was already on the increase. (Evans, Fitzgerald, Weigel and Chviliek, 1999, 267) There is also increasing evidence that the growth of juvenile gang membership is not confined to urban areas, since there has been gang activity in both suburban and rural areas. (Cronwell, Taylor and Palacious, 1992) Moreover, there is a growing body of evidence that as of the 1990s rural America is becoming increasingly... The Growth of Rural...
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