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Prospectus
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Student Name Professor Name Course Name Date Prospectus For this prospectus, I have selected the third suggested research question, about the greatest crime threat today and the best methods to combat it. My initial thesis is that cyber-crime is the most dangerous type of crime in today's world, due to the saturation of technology, computers, and especially Internet networks in both home and business life.
Borderlands and Borderlands: Afghanistan and Pakistan provinces and tribal areas
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The research probes into the current and historical factors that have conspired to undermine the security of this region. The research analyses the status of security and the various nature of insecurity prevalent in the region by drawing parallels between the insurgency in the region and the global terrorism and prevalence of terrorism cells.
Tracing Biopower:A Foucauldian Reading of T.S. Eliot’s Poems
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In The Waste Land, The Hollow Men and The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, Eliot presents a worldview that critiques the invisible power structures that contribute towards the miserable human conditions in the modern world. Even though he does not pinpoint the origin of such structures, it is implied that the state plays a significant role in defining and regulating human body in nationalistic, socio-religio-cultural and psycho-sexual realms.
OBESITY
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How do researchers establish the effect of a sedentary or inactive lifestyle on weight gain? [Provisional answer: Researchers can establish the effect of active lifestyle on weight gain by selecting a focus group and a control group. In the focus group, researchers can target a certain proportion of population such as students who spend most of their time watching television instead of engaging in sports.
Analyze the Market efficiency of Dubai Stock Exchange
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As per this hypothesis of analysing markets, the efficiency of the market can be analysed by the inter conversion of market information into the asset prices of the
Leadership and management
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As the following section shows, the existing research has addressed the influence of leadership, motivation, communication and conflict resolution approaches in virtual team leadership. However, a gap exists in the
Panopticon
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pticon is a convenient means of settling penal transportation and arrangements through common surveillance.This is an important subject to study because of its capacity to create convert prisoners into docile bodies who self regulate their own actions. The nature of this control
The Benifits of Quality Early Childhood Education by using curriculum and literature
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Childhood is the formative phase of life. Foundation laid during this period carries its implications throughout the life of an individual. Considering the significance of this phase of life the benefits of high quality of early childhood education as well as programs that formulate the personality of the child have been recognized.
The Impact of New Media on CRM-Systems
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This research aims to suggest new and innovative ways of maximizing the changing face of the media; expose business owners, employers and managers to the basic needs and expectations of the customer in the running of businesses; enhance communication in the organization; maximize the influence of new media on customer relationship management system.
Do Corporate Incentive Programs Pay?
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 The present rendering is a proposal to explore the relationship between corporate incentive programs on the workers’ productivity and efficiency in an organization. For long, corporates have been engaged in providing incentives to employees to enhance productivity and infuse efficiency in their organisations (Landry, 1995).
Causes of Rework and cost overuns in construction of sea water desalination projects in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
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However, the case study selection will be based on the criteria that the projects which represent and can highlight the problems of all existing desalination projects should be chosen. This research is limited in the sense that not every existing sea water desalination project will be studied under it.
Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in Egypt: Eradicating a Local Tradition through Global Intervention Strategies.
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Recently, female genital mutilation (FGM) or, also called female circumcision, has attracted significant public attention, particularly in Western cultures. Individuals and groups across the globe have resisted and condemned this ancient practice and began to mobilize local and global movements aimed at abolishing it.
Effects of shoulder and hip rotation on velocity in 400-m front crawl swimming
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Time and again people have often come across the term anatomy or human anatomy and if questioned as to what this particular term means, majority of them would answer that it is the study of one’s body structure. They would not be far from being right.
Project Management in a Matrix Organization
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Our society makes exceptionally hard, mostly disputable, but historically inevitable and required restructuring. In social and political spheres, there is transition from totalitarianism to democracy, in economic life there is a switch from command economy to the market.
Research proposal: Imbedding Ethics as a Risk Management Strategy
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In the process, this research will determine which factors promote and reinforce ethical conduct in organizations and will seek the best method on how to incorporate them in a business organization. It is aimed that with the identification of factors that promote ethics in an organization and finding the best method to imbed them in a business organization would make it an effective risk management strategy to avoid and mitigate risks associated with unethical practices.
Starting up a new consultancy business for healthcare staffing in the US
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Therefore, healthcare industry has a prominence over other areas of business in the national agenda. In order for healthcare organizations to deliver the required level of care to the needy, there is an imperative need for the availability of qualified and efficient personnel in this sector.
SUCLA2 and LMAN2-L associated neuroloical disorders
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Studies on Mutations in the SUCLA2 and LMAN2-L Studies on SUCLA2 Mutations Studies on VIPL Protein IV. Introduction to Next Generation Sequencing and Linkage Studies Next Generation Sequencing for Analysis of mtDNA defects Linkage Studies V. Methodology Justification for Using Linkage Studies Methodology followed for Next Generation Sequencing VI.
International financial institutions, WTO and sustainable development
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The World Bank, created in 1944 is a UN agency. The World Bank is owned by 184 countries and it lends $20 billion each year (Peter P. Rogers). While the UN focuses on political issues, the World Bank focuses on economic growth. However, the meaning of development has changed over the years.
why will the electronic medical record help health care organizations
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[Professor’s Name] [Writer’s Name] [Course Title] [Date] Research Proposal Abstract The researcher intends to carry out a qualitative research on the Obama’s healthcare plan while focusing on its mandate of electronic medical record. In this regard, the proposal includes specific aims and objectives of the proposed research that focus on the recognition of different aspects of Obama’s mandate of electronic medical record while analyzing its impact on healthcare organizations.
Key Performance Indicators in Public Procurement Agencies
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Today, the social enterprises and organizations are accustomed to the trade concepts. Their procurement process largely depends upon contracts of delivery. Such services help the community and public sector consumers and users. In simple words public procurement means the purchase of goods or services in public domain.
Leadership
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Earlier studies focused solely on the P-O fit between leaders and an organisation in terms of fit between company philosophy, procedures and policies (Autry & Wheeler, 2005), which is similar in meaning to values congruence (O’Reilly, Chatman & Caldwell, 1991); over time however the definition has been broadened to include a variety of other factors.
Investigation of the factors that couse a co-movement among BRIC, the bigges 4 emerging market in the world
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BRIC encompasses some of the highest developing nations in the world which are commonly termed as emerging nations or transition economies. An evaluation of the factors which affect stock market fluctuations have been discussed in the present paper. The actual emphasis had been over the factors which relate the stock market indices between these four nations.
Operational risk management based: Evaluating cost and operating efficiency at bank branches.
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Operational risk is a distinct class of risk different from credit and market risk and is a significant contributor to financial services risk profile. Various approaches have been used in measuring bank’s operational risk exposure.
What effect does the pressure of standardized testing have on student expectations and performance?
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This topic has been under constant discussions and disputes with many controversial results amongst the academic researchers, professors and lecturers, and parents as everybody has a different perspective on the influence and performance on students of the standardized testing.
Proposal on Self-esteem and Aggression.
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While looking at the perspective of self-esteem, it can come to statement that self-esteem is typically the sum of a person’s conscious self-evaluative feelings and thoughts. In other words, self-esteem is about a person value himself or feels about them (Powell, 2005).
The mystical body of Christ in Catherine de Hueck Doherty's Vision for Lay Apostolate
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There are several reasons. First, Doherty has been nominated for canonization in the Roman Catholic Church. Second, Doherty had founded at least two apostolates that have had a great following in North America and, possibly, even globally as North American thought permeates internationally.
Children’s Learning in the Early Years
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Children’s Learning in the Early Years. The Importance of Play Play is a child’s world. It is an avenue where one can be free to be oneself without anyone imposing rules or restrictions to conform to society’s standards. Play offers many benefits that foster children’s learning.
The adaption of the "KМБrmМБn vortex street" phenomena to the application of multiple wingtip feathered winglets to the reductio
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In fact, through this research, it has created a large industry of aviation which has changed the fabric of transportation and logistics all across the world. Naturally, the overall aerodynamic and flight stability characteristics of aeronautical vehicles remain the same as the same set of governing equations are applied in the designing and analysis phase.
Conflict management
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Organisational conflict impact negatively on the performance of the organistion .For example if conflicts are not resolved, the employee performance is greatly affected because there will be no team work and collaboration leading to poor performance, time wastage and lack of motivation formal level of work.
proposal 1000 words for law
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In this proposal, it is proposed to take up legal and financial structures that impact upon project finance and in terms of associated costs in the United Kingdom. It is also proposed to consider the barriers for legal and financial structures in terms of financing of projects.
Networking Design in Inter-Organisation Setting
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These formal interfaces are the springboard for network adaptations of inter-organisational relationships. But what form does this network take? And what are the in-built check and balances to ensure win-win outcomes? These are the questions this paper intends to answer.
To study the relation between satisfying and dissatisfying factors affecting workers’ productivity
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Topic: To study the relation between satisfying and dissatisfying factors affecting workers’ productivity. Measure of motivation, performance, commitment: Workers’ motivation, performance and commitment are all abstract terms that can be estimated by studying their productivity.
Mary Edmonia Lewis: Art, Gender, and Ethnicity
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It is a personal interest to research on Lewis as the famous sculptor is from a similar descent --- Indian American --- mixed with African American race. It is well-known that several courageous women paved their way into history by standing up for beliefs that were considered unacceptable during their times.
Organizational Change-Impact of employee turnover/employee survivor stress on organizational frustration and stress levels
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One can witness huge developments and advancements in the field of information and technology that have resulted in changes in organizations globally. In addition, experts (Cranny et al., 1992) have identified that organizations that accept the change have been able to come up as successful ones in the marketplace.
Electronic Data Interchange and Interorganizational Systems
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According to the paper EDI works by the means of sequential messaging primarily between two organisations or parties. The transmission is based on a simple originator-recipient model. The data can be transferred from the originator to the recipient by telecommunications or transported physically on electronic storage devices.
Marketing of the islamic finance(we want to market the islAMIC FINANCE)
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Islamic banking system is mainly based on the principles of Islam which advocates equality and social justice and within the society. Charging and payment of interests are not allowed in any type of financial transactions. A research proposal has been presented here which has the primary aim and objective to compare and contrast between the service quality aspects of Islamic banks and the conventional banks.
RF Integrated Circuits-electrical engineering
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Due to the development of the fabrication technology of integrated circuits, it is possible to design complex ICs that consist of analog and digital circuits on the same chip. Today, the CMOS technology is a good alternative for RF circuits integration, since it can work in the GHz frequency range with low noise figure.
MS project capstone
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But even as the usefulness and importance of their roles become appreciated, it has also been noted that a major hindrance to the tasks that they undertake in network monitoring is becoming more and more challenging. This is basically because there are very limited platforms for these network system administrators to carry out their duties.
Generating Evidance for Evidence-based Practice
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This prescribed manner of doing things entails both the administration and management of the institution. Commonly, the organizational culture would give a rhythmic climate that is often associated with the institution (Friedman, 2006). In effect, it is possible that nursing students and users of the institution will easily be associated with the organizational culture.
Should the US Reinstate the Draft at 18?
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The nation has paid a price for this in terms of the efficacy of its military actions and the results of the military interventions forced on it as the keeper of world peace. It is well past the time, when the policy of am all-volunteer army is revisited, and the draft at 18 is reinstated for the peace in the world and satisfaction of achieving responsibilities felt at home.
Prohibition
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The beginning of the twentieth century was a period when the country was going through a drastic economic growth which on one hand had many advantages for the financial infrastructure but on the other, gave birth to many illegal issues regarding alcohol consumption because people were having fun during the economic change (Rebman, 1999).
Information security management system in business organisations in Saudi Arabia
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Incompetent business processes and operations also threaten the intellectual assets of the organization. It is due to these reasons that the information security management systems have become vital for organizations. Saudi Arabia is considered to be in the initial phases of the integration of technology in their business organizations.
Domestic Violence Treatment Programs
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This means that at any given time, most people will know someone who is abusing someone else or they may be a victim of abuse themselves. There are domestic violence treatment programs for those who abuse, but the question is whether these programs are effective in preventing continued violence.
Role of Remittances in Financial Market Development in The Countries of The Gulf Cooperation Council
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It has been suggested, that financial market development results into lower transaction costs for sending remittances besides can also improve the competition between the institutions involved in international money transfer and other related services. It also improves the process of financial market development within any country or region.
Management Style of firms in Japan and US
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The differentiation of management style between US and Japanese firms is primarily related to their culture. Current study is expected to address the following issues:which are the main characteristics of management styles, which are the benefits and drawbacks, how the financial performance of firms is affected by their management style, which are the implications of the countries management style for the remuneration of managers.
Theology of Redemption and the Christian Liberty
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This essay intends to elucidate the mystery of Redemption and Christian liberty within the context of contemporary human condition. Likewise, it seeks to understand the connection between redemption and liberty. Moreover, it aims to provide a deconstruction and further meanings for Christian liberty in the light of the mystery of Redemption.
Dissertation Proposal
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For instance, basic information exchange can be obtained through electronic mail and company presentations are accessible in websites. The process with which firms invest in the Internet and utilize its potential as a business resource has often been reported as a process that sequentially develops over time through a number of steps.
The role of the spectator
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Spectators also have effect as new professional art performances are played with slightly following ‘sample’ performances. And even though art is identified as being unfinished until a spectator sees it and fashions it for themselves rationally, audiences are commonly reduced to ‘receiver’ position, having modest influence on the performance process apart from the structured, usual reaction.
'How has the Y Generation changed HRM practice?
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It is not uncommon to hear HR experts cite a “war for talents” As organizations scramble to deal with the talent shortage and its consequences. Employee retention, as a consequence, probably became as crucial as sales, excellent dispensation of service, achievement quality and safety.
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