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The influence of Homer Simpson: impact of television comedy on US election 2008
The influence of Homer Simpson: impact of television comedy on US election 2008
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... The Influence of Homer Simpson: Impact of Television Comedy in the United s on the 2008 Presidential Election Abstract There are many different ways that people formulate the decisions they make on a daily basis. In today’s modern and technological world, messages bombard us from many different sides. Rather than looking inside ourselves and allowing our own minds to formulate an opinion on a host of topics, we often to look to outside forces to form those opinions for us. The mass media is one such major form of influence that seems to shape the opinions of many people. Even comedy can contain serious messages that get to the heart of American life and culture. Given the fact that television can...
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Consumers perceptions of a brand are represented by brand awareness and brand image: of what importance are the symbolic elements of the brands image to the c
Consumers' perceptions of a brand are represented by brand awareness and brand image: of what importance are the symbolic elements of the brand's image to the c
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... Introduction And Aim 2. Background To The Study 3. Luxury Automobile Sector 4. Consumer Behaviour 5. Rationale For Study 6. Formulation Of Study Aim And Objective Literature Review 7. Perception And Marketing Formation of Brand Perception Brand and Value Configuration 8. 2006 UK Car Customer Satisfaction Index (CSI) UK Car Market 2006 9. Customer’s Need 10. Methodology Different Research Methods 11. Questionnaires Advantages of questionnaires Disadvantages of questionnaires 12. Disadvantages of questionnaires Advantages of Interviews 13. Justification of the sampling method 14. Overview of research practicalities 15. Identifications of limitations 16. Research Timeline 17. References Introduction ...
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A monograph about artichoke
A monograph about artichoke
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... TABLE OF CONTENT I.INTRODUCTION 5 II.HISTORICAL SURVEY 6 A.Cynara 6 B.Helianthus tuberosus 7 C.Stachys affinis 7 III.MORPHOLOGY 7 A.Cynara 7 B.Helianthus tuberosus 8 C.Stachys affinis 9 IV.SYSTEMATICS 11 V.PHYLOGENY 16 A.Cynara 16 B.Helianthus tuberosus 17 C.Stachys affinis 17 VI.ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE 17 A.Cynara 17 B.Helianthus tuberosus 19 C.Stachys affinis 20 VII.PHARMACOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE 20 A.Cynara 20 b.Antioxidant Activities 24 c.Cholesterol Biosynthesis Inhibition 24 d.Cardioprotection 25 e.Hepatoprotective and Choleretic 25 f.Dyspepsia 26 g.Anti HIV 26 h.Anticancer 27 B.Helianthus tuberosus 27 A.Stachys affinis 27 Conclusion: 27 REFERENCES 30 I. INTRODUCTION 5 II. HISTORICAL SURVEY 6 A....
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Global Marketing
Global Marketing
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... now Dyson has concentrated its efforts in the United Kingdom, the United s, Japan and Australia. In your opinion, which new international markets should be allocated more marketing resources, in order to develop them into future Dyson growth markets? Why? Introduction: Dyson has had a very strong image that it has created over the years with the innovativeness and the excellent products that it produces. The Dyson Vacuum Cleaners were first invented by the British inventor, James Dyson. The company has been working extremely well in several countries and the company has been able to develop a strong and well known market presence across each of the locations that it functions within. The brand aware...
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Relationship of Values and Parenting Styles on Academic Achievement and Occupational Choice: Jewish and Jewish-Iranian in USA
Relationship of Values and Parenting Styles on Academic Achievement and Occupational Choice: Jewish and Jewish-Iranian in USA
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... RELATIONSHIP OF VALUES AND PARENTING STYLES ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND OOCUPATIONAL CHOICE AMONG JEWISH AMERICANS AND JEWISH-IRANIAN AMERICANS By Jonathan D. Ravanshenas A Dissertation Presented to the FACULTY OF THE ROSSIER SCHOOL OF EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the Degree DOCTOR OF EDUCATION August 2011 TABLE OF CONTENTS DEDICATION ii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS iii LIST OF TABLES vi LIST OF FIGURES vii ABSTRACT viii CHAPTER I: INTRODUCTION 1 Jewish-American Achievement 1 Jewish-American Academic Success 1 Jewish-American Occupational Success 2 Are all Jews the Same? Heterogeneity and Homogeneity of Jews 4 BACKGROUND OF PROBLEM 5 Jewish Migration...
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To analyze the process of Argos shopping design and supply chain, and to implement a business process improvement (My subject
To analyze the process of Argos' shopping design and supply chain, and to implement a business process improvement (My subject
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... and Operations Management: Argos’s Shopping Design and Supply Chain Chapter Introduction The operational processes of the business organization are those which most directly contribute to the value creation proposition of the firm. There are many activities undertaken by business companies which are important for it to survive, such as accounting, office management, repair and maintenance, and so forth. Such activities, however, do not directly add value to the principal product of the firm, although they are supportive of the production function that creates direct value for the firm. Operational processes are classified according to relative stability, degree of standardization, and repeatability. ...
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Spanish Golden Age Painting
Spanish Golden Age Painting
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... is such a calculating art of (mis)representation that no beholder can be completely innocent." (R.Brilliant). Introduction In his essay "How an art Historian Connects Art Objects and information" Brilliant refers to the fact that apart from his memory, the modern art historian is also supported by many art images which, thanks to modern technology, are often of a very high quality. However, when interpreting an image out of its context the historian who has to depend solely on his or her own emotional response, which in itself will already to an extend be influenced by previous experiences of an existing history of reality, art and classifications, will not be able to fully interpret...
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Market Myths
Market Myths
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... Myths [Pick the School Market Myths Introduction Investopedia (2002, pg claims that, "When fiascos like the Enronbankruptcy,auditing scandals and analysts' conflict of interest occur, investor confidence can beat an all-time low. Many investors are wonder whether or not investing in stocks is worth all the hassle. At the same time, however, it's important to keep a realistic view of the stock market. Regardless of the real problems, common myths about the stock market often arise." The purpose of this paper is to discuss these market myths in detail, starting with the five most common. The Five Most Common Market Myths Myth Number One is that some people equate investing in the stock market to gamb...
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To what extent does the work of Jaques Louis David change during the French Revolution
To what extent does the work of Jaques Louis David change during the French Revolution
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... - Research January Plus Ça Change Jacques Louis David and the French Revolution Being artistic means experiencing change: there is no such thing as stasis in the lives or works of those who conceived and created the body of European art from the Renaissance to the present. With Jacques Louis David, French painter (1748-1825), however, change meant much more than a shift in composition or a slightly new palette, novel options for locations, or different portraits to make. Change for David meant political and social change1, and its effect can be seen in his works. This is an attempt to track the life and events of this controversial French painter during a section of his history, and link them with...
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Media Freedom and Regualtion
Media Freedom and Regualtion
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... Freedom and Regulation Q: How has the arrival of OFCOM changed the regulation of broadcasting in the UK? I Introduction The UK broadcastingwas born with the advent of the British Broadcasting Corporation in 1922 and has since then been synonymous with it. BBC is largely regulated by its own governors; all twelve of them appointed by the Queen and operates in accordance with the Public Broadcasting System principles incorporated in its charter. Commercial UK broadcasting however used to be regulated by several regulatory bodies. The considerations however of the arrival of digital television and the complications it would entail, impelled the Department of Trade and Industry in conjunction with the...
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Echo Planar Imaging, or EPI, Fast Imaging Techniques (MRI)
Echo Planar Imaging, or EPI, Fast Imaging Techniques (MRI)
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... Echo Planar Imaging, or EPI, Fast Imaging Techniques (MRI) Echo Planar Imaging, or EPI, Fast Imaging Techniques (MRI) Answer 1 The concept of EPI was first presented in 1977 by Mansfield. On the other hand, different technical issues related to EPI have been overcome in the last decade. EPI is a fast, flexible imaging method, with good contrast and resolution, and with many potential applications in clinical imaging, such as functional MRI and rapid entire brain imaging. Though, EPI can be very unforgiving and requires careful parameter selection (Weishaupt, Koechli and Marincek, 2008). EPI is fast because it uses single excitation of a slice followed by the continuous readout through the k-space...
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Romania Risk Assessment
Romania Risk Assessment
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... Risks in Romania Introduction Risk is the potential loss of something of value. When it is not handled properly or if the country is not well prepared to face it, it can cause grate harm to the countries. This harm may be directed to the countries economy of population. This paper is going to talk of some of the ten risks that have the potential of facing. Some of the identified risks have been categorized into four which includes the natural risks, transportation risk, technological and civil risks. How risks were selected According to the group of national steering on emergency management that is major, risk assessment and hazard analysis were accomplished at the regional and local level. Hazard...
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Childhood obesity
Childhood obesity
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... Obesity Summary The general assumption, that an obesogenic environment is inevitable, is flawed. Identifying that we are aware of what thisassumption means and providing evidence that we are actually able to take charge of our evolution and not resigned to accepting an obese fate. Overeating and sedentary lifestyle, two major contributory factors in childhood obesity, can be countered at an early stage with better food and more physical activities in schools. Introduction According to the World Heart Federation (2007) the dramatic worldwide surge in childhood obesity may be the cause of a change in disease trends: diseases previously associated with adulthood are now becoming commonplace in childhoo...
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IT INFRASTRUCTURE
IT INFRASTRUCTURE
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... TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE FOR BILFINGER DEUTSCHE BABCOCK MIDDLE EAST FZE Number Date INTRODUCTION Bifinger Deutsche Babcock Middle East is a manufacturing company located in the heart of Middle East. The company started in 1968 with the manufacturer of the first steam power plant to the United Arab Emirates and advanced with the operation from Unit 1 to 6 at Umm Al Nar Power Plant in Abu Dhabi. Since then the company has grow to become one of the reputable forces in the Middle East with impressive portfolio of projects in power, water, oil and gas industries. Its partners include some of the big players such as ADNOC, GASCO, ADGAS, DUBAL, and FERTIL in United Arab Emirates and QAPC...
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How are the causes of the french revolution portrayed through the visual arts
How are the causes of the french revolution portrayed through the visual arts
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... Introduction In the period 1789 and 1799, France underwent a massive revolution. This was a complicated mix of major and minor events, of public and private situations and of famous and little-known places. It was a period of political and social turmoil and drastic change. France changed her governmental structure, which was previously an absolute monarchy with feudal privileges for the aristocracy and Catholic clergy to forms based on inalienable rights and enlightenment principles of citizenship. Maximilien Robespierre, Jean Paul Marat, Napoleon Bonaparte and Georges Jaques were among the major spear-headers of French Revolution. Popular violence defined the French Revolution whose slogan was...
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The Colonial southeast
The Colonial southeast
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... The Colonial southeast Question A Diplomatic History of Louisiana Louisiana is a country situated in the United States and in particular the southern region of the continent. Some of the urban surroundings in this state have a multilingual and multicultural heritage that arose from the strong influence by an admixture of the 18th century Spanish, African, French and Native American (Indian) cultures (Usner 5). This article will discuss the diplomatic history of Louisiana and this golf south from 1783 to 1821. This paper will also contain details on certain issues, negotiations and treaties concerning Spain, United States, Great Britain and France. There are three main prehistoric periods correlated...
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The mystical body of Christ in Catherine de Hueck Dohertys Vision for Lay Apostolate
The mystical body of Christ in Catherine de Hueck Doherty's Vision for Lay Apostolate
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... The Mystical Body of Christ in Catherine de Hueck Doherty’s Vision for Lay Apostolate II. Introduction The key theological theme or themes of Catherine de Huek Doherty’s vision for lay apostolate constitute an important area of inquiry in historical theology. 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. Third, Doherty had been a prolific writer and her works continue to influence many people, lay and religious. The lay apostolates she founded, the Madonna...
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THE IMPACT OF PRINT MEDIA ON WOMENS EATING BEHAVIORS
THE IMPACT OF PRINT MEDIA ON WOMEN'S EATING BEHAVIORS
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... impact of print media on women’s eating behaviors Chapter One The structure and the form of modern society have imposed media as a necessary element of everyday life. This has the meaning not only of an out – of – reality tool of influence but of an active source of information regarding all issues of human’s activities. On the other hand, the level of the above influence cannot be previously predicted for all people activated in a society, but – instead – it tend to differentiate in accordance with the interaction and the participation of each particular person – in terms that the higher the interaction, the higher the level of influence from the related types of media. This paper examines the role ...
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How does online shoppers behaviour differ from traditional shoppers (see full queation attch on folder)
How does online shoppers' behaviour differ from traditional shoppers (see full queation attch on folder)
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... An Analysis of the Consumer Behaviour of Traditional Shoppers and Online Shoppers Essay Submission Declaration Signed by Student Abstract Apparently, functional features of the buying process largely influence consumers’ decision to shop online or in traditional stores. But these functional features do not entirely account for the differences between the traditional and online shoppers in terms of purchasing or consumption behaviour. This issue involves more profound factors that concern shoppers’ emotional, cultural, and personal attributes. This essay examines the various factors that influence the differences between traditional shoppers and online shoppers, namely, price awareness or...
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Bach Flower Essences and Homeopathy
Bach Flower Essences and Homeopathy
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... Head: BACH FLOWER VS. HOMEOPATHY The Extent To Which Bach Flower Essences and Homeopathy are Distinct Entities Name Abstract Current literature is not forthcoming on the distinction between Bach Flower Essences and Homeopathy. The medical establishment focuses on the use of complementary and alternative medicines and therapies (CAMs) as an entire group, not as individual traditions and practices. This creates the illusion that all CAMs are the same; they are not. This paper focuses on the findings of the few studies done in this area and further extends it by suggesting further studies to clarify the effectiveness and the distinction between the effectiveness of Bach Flower Essences and Homeopath...
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Romania Risk Assessment
Romania Risk Assessment
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... Risk Assessment By Table of contents Romania Risk Assessment Table of contents 2 Romania is located on the South East of Central Europe. It border black sea between Ukraine and Bulgaria. The country which is 92,043 sq. miles in area size also borders Serbia, Hungary and Moldova. Romania has a population of roughly 20 million with a temperate continental climate. The country’s largest city, Bucharest is the sixth largest city in terms of size and population within the European Union. Romania is within the traditional territories of the former Roman province of Dacia. It was formed in 1859 via a unique personal union of the principalities of Wallachia and Moldavia. The new state which is now Romania...
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Biology Annotated Bibliography
Biology Annotated Bibliography
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... P. M., and B. Boag. 2003. The spread and distribution of terrestrial planarians (Turbellaria: Tricladida: Geoplanidae) within New Zealand. NewZealand Journal of Ecology Vol.27(2): 201-206. The research studied the distribution patterns of three New Zealand flatworms from the genus Arthurdendyus (A. triangulata, A. australis and A. testacea) through manual mapping and lately, via Global Positioning Sytem (GPS) tracking in native forest and modified habitats (e.g. gardens, nurseries and agricultural land). The study which lasted from 1990 to 2002 was able to conclude that among the three species, A. triangulata is the most adaptable since it can easily become established in modified environments, an...
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An Overview of Turkish and Greek Epistolary Novels
An Overview of Turkish and Greek Epistolary Novels
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... Overview of Turkish and Greek Epistolary Novels Table of Contents Table of Contents Preface 2 Introduction 3What is An Epistolary Novel? 4 Theories on the Genesis of Epistolary Novels 6 Types of Epistolary Novels 8 Epistolary Novels throughout History 10 Epistolary Novel Literature Review 13 Greek Epistolary Novels 14 Turkish Epistolary Novels 19 Critical Review 28 Conclusion 30 References 32 Preface An epistolary novel is a long narrative that is composed of correspondence such as letters, journal entries, diary entries, newspaper clippings, or electronic documents. Its genesis can be traced to ancient Greece when erudite men such as Plato and Socrates composed letters and presented them...
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The Improvement of Customer Service in Argos
The Improvement of Customer Service in Argos
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... summary This report is conducted as part of a research project for Foundation degree in Business in Barnet College. The research is conducted on the popular Argos outlet in Borehamwood, in Greater London. Argos is a national chain of stores spread across UK, selling a variety of products and offers catalogue and in store shopping for products. The store has been facing a number of problems in the past few months. These problems are decreasing profits and the store has also had a number of customer service complaints. It is important to identify the reasons for the problems in the store. It is important to find out the reasons for low profitability. To identify if it is due to low sales or increasin...
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Corporate social responsibility
Corporate social responsibility
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... Topic of the of the Table of Contents Chapter 4 Introduction ………………………………………………………………….4 Purpose of the study …………………………………………………………4 Significance of the Study …………………………………………………….4 Nature of the Study …………………………………………………………..5 Hypotheses/Research Question ………………………………………………6 Scope and Limitations ………………………………………………………..6 Reliability and Validity ………………………………………………………6 Chapter Summary …………………………………………………………….7 Chapter 2 ……………………………………………………………………..8 Review of Related Literature …………………………………………………8 CSR & Risk-management …………………………………………………….8 Adherence to international standards & accountability ………………………11 Adopting CSR Models ………………………………………………………..14 Building corporate reputation...
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Examining switching costs as a moderator in the relationship between service personalization, customer satisfaction and customer
Examining switching costs as a moderator in the relationship between service personalization, customer satisfaction and customer
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... The mitigative effects of switching costs on the relationship between service personalization, satisfaction and e-loyalty: a study of the Internet banking services in Hong Kong. Dissertation submitted for the degree of Doctor of Business Administration Chapter 2 Literature Review 2.1 e-loyalty 2.1.1 Introduction of customer loyalty Building and maintaining customer loyalty used to be central theme of marketing theory. Researchers acknowledged the importance of the concept and implications of customer loyalty in marketing (Reichheld and Schefter 2000). Customer loyalty benefits organizations and consumers. Customers are motivated to invest their commitment to organizations and products that are...
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The Exchange Rate Regime of Thailand, purchasing power parity of Thailand
The Exchange Rate Regime of Thailand, purchasing power parity of Thailand
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... Introduction An introduction to Thailand: - “Thais” founded Thailand, whose official is “Kingdom of Thailand”, in the 13th century. The “Thai” are related linguistically to “Tai” group originating in southern China. Migrations from southern China to Southeast Asia may have occurred in the 6th and 7th centuries. Malay, Mon and Khmer civilizations flourished in the reason prior to the arrival of ethnic “Tai”. Geographically the area of Thailand is 513,115 sq. km; equivalent to the size of France, or slightly smaller than Texas. Beautiful city of Bangkok is the capital of Thailand. Population of Thailand is relatively homogeneous, which consists of Buddhist 94-95%, Muslim 4-5%, Christians, Hindus and...
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Operational plan
Operational plan
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... COMPANY Marketing Report Table of Contents Executive Summary, Mission and Vision 3 Current Marketing Situation 4 Market research 5 Internaland External Analysis 7 DESTEP Analysis – United Kingdom 7 Italy enjoys a parliamentary form of government after monarchy in the country was abolished in June 1946. A democratic form of ruling system is established in the country where power belongs to the people and they have the right to be elected as President. As of now, Italy enjoys a stable political governance. 14 Customer Analysis 23 Target Market Analysis 24 SWOT Analysis 27 The strategy is to capitalize of the company’s strengths to benefit from the opportunities in the market and to control threats as e...
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Ecodesign
Ecodesign
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... Head: E sign Eco Design s The fast-growing population of the world and therequirements of that population have led to a significant increase in industrial activities. However, these industrial processes are also contributing many undesirable impacts on the environment. Ozone layer depletion and acid rain are just two of the many rising problems associated with the activities of all the organizations worldwide. Therefore, it is necessary in theses circumstances to act quickly and preserve the environment. The ISO 14000 product oriented standards comprise of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), Design for Environment (DfE), and many other practices related to the improvement of the products in terms of the e...
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