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Annotated bibliography-Sheila

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... Bibliography Annotated Bibliography Brockett A. & Rezaee, Z. . Corporate Sustainability: Integrating Performance and Reporting. New York: John Wiley & Sons. The book, ‘Corporate Sustainability: Integrating Performance and Reporting’ is written by Ann Brockett and Zabihollah Rezaee. The book focuses on how to get sustainability in a corporate environment through the integration of performance and reporting. Considering the topic of decision support system (DSS) the book is very helpful as it has provided an in-depth knowledge of the subject. John Wiley & Sons, New York publishes the book. The publisher is a renowned member of the publishing industry and publishes books, journals, encyclopaedias, etc....
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Employment at Will and Due Process
Employment at Will and Due Process
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... at Will and Due Process," by Patricia H. Werhane and Tara J. Radin, is an article that argues against the principle of employment at will(EAW). Werhane and Radin argue that all employees, regardless of whether they work for public or private businesses, deserve to be informed they are being terminated from employment. This article makes some valid arguments but is also lacking in many aspects. While I agree with some of the points made in this article, my own view differs from that of the authors. Putting my perspectives aside momentarily, there are obvious intellectual strengths and weaknesses to the authors' writing. The greatest intellectual strength is the inclusion of arguments made agai...
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Development of simulated intestinal fluids containing nutrients as transport media in the Caco-2 cell culture model: assessment of cell viability, monolayer in

Development of simulated intestinal fluids containing nutrients as transport media in the Caco-2 cell culture model: assessment of cell viability, monolayer in

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... Caco-2 cell culture model is an established in vitro intestinal epithelial model which has been used for studying the absorption of numerous biomolecules and drugs. It is a cell line obtained from human adenocarcinoma cells in the intestinal epithelium. Previous studies have shown that Caco-2 is a valuable model to elucidate mechanisms underlying membrane traffic and polarity in epithelial cells and a very successful model to study the mechanisms of absorption of water soluble drugs. Aim & Summary of the Research Paper The authors in the present study have endeavored to develop an ideal transport medium containing appropriate nutrients, which could support the Caco-2 cell culture model thereby faci...
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Individual Annotated Bibliography (IAB)

Individual Annotated Bibliography (IAB)

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... ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY (IAB) Individual Annotated Bibliography (IAB) CRANE, Andrew and Dirk MATTEN. 2007. Understanding Business Ethics. In: Business Ethics, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp.86-121. In this article, the authors, Dirk Matten, and Andrew Crane review ethics as well as ethical theories in business. They try to make us understand the need for ethics in business in order to determine the right and the wrong things that cannot or can be done in business situations. They discuss various theories into which the ethics in business are well categorized into; these ethical theories relate to the situations in business when we stop and think and even ask ourselves whether what we are about to...
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Switching from Insulin to Oral Sulfonylureas in Patients with Diabetes Due to Kir6.2 Mutations

Switching from Insulin to Oral Sulfonylureas in Patients with Diabetes Due to Kir6.2 Mutations

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... from Insulin to Oral Sulfonylureas in Patients with Diabetes Due to Kir6.2 Mutations Pearson et al (2006) mentioned that the critical regulator of beta-cell insulin secretion is the pancreatic ATP-sensitive potassium channel (KATP). KCNJ11 gene encodes the Kir6.2 subunit of the KATP channel. Heterozygous activating mutations in this gene has been found to cause diabetes in the neonatal period or early infancy which account for 38 to 58 percent of permanent diabetes diagnosed in patients under six months of age. Glucose metabolism results in increased intracellular levels of ATP and reduced levels of ADP in pancreatic cell. Closure of KATP channels and, insulin secretion is due to the changes in aden...
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Knowledge management

Knowledge management

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... by: XXXXXXXXX Number: XXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXX of XXXXXXXX Knowledge Management – Annotated Bibliography Knowledge Management (KM) has been in the industry for a long time now and the concept has a major and strong history. Peter Drucker introduced the first related term ‘Knowledge Worker’ in 1960. Over the years, there have been a number of improvements and growth in this field and there have been a number of different areas that have been covered by the authors which touch upon different aspects of the subject. There have been several theories which were developed to manage the intellectual capital in the 21st century. Graham and Thomas (2008) believed that KM is supported as a means of h...
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Comparison and Contrast of the two stories : The Necklace by Guy de Maupassant and The Story of a Proposal by Kate Chopin
Comparison and Contrast of the two stories : The Necklace by Guy de Maupassant and The Story of a Proposal by Kate Chopin
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... At Literature: Poetry in the Modern Age – Comparison and Contrast John M. Duebel ENG 125 Introduction to Literature Shayla Gordon Date: 27 August 2011 Looking At Literature: Poetry in the Modern Age – Comparison and Contrast Classic and modern literature has provided today’s day and age with a vast amount of information to think about and ponder over. There are a number of literary works that have shaped the way that most people think today, and works by a number of authors have helped people all over the world to formulate opinions and give a second thought to the way they live their lives. Two such literary works under the purview of the theme of gender roles and marriage have been taken with a...
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Sex in postmodern literature is usually a sterile affair, bringing no gratification at all, and [] we hear little about lo
Sex in postmodern literature is usually a sterile affair, bringing no gratification at all, and [] we hear little about lo
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... Sex and sexuality in postmodern literature Introduction Literature just as any other work of art provides a representation of the society. In doing this, the authors develop constructive plots thereby addressing particular themes which represent the trends and features in the society. Throughout time, authors have expressed different opinions about the use of sex and sexuality in their books. Sex refers to the grouping of organism as either males or females. Additionally, sex is a verb that refers to the act of copulation. Sexuality on the other hand refers to the portrayal of either male or female in organisms in the works of arts. Sexuality therefore infers to the manner in which artists develop...
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NGOs and Corporations: Conflict and Collaboration
NGOs and Corporations: Conflict and Collaboration
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... NGOs and Corporations: Conflict and Collaboration. By Jonathan Doh and Michael Yaziji. Cambridge: Cambridge Press. 2009. 213pp. Index. ISBN 0521866847. This book fills an important gap in the current scholarship. Texts on Nongovernmental Organisations (NGOs) abound, but Doh and Yaziji noted that there was, as yet, no full-length work on the relationships between NGOs and commercial corporations, an issue of growing importance given the increasing complexity of these relationships, and the collaborations and conflicts they engender. Michael Yaziji, the leading author of this work, is uniquely well-qualified to undertake this task. Currently Professor of Strategy and Organizations at the prestigious IM...
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Rhetorical Analysis of a Controversy

Rhetorical Analysis of a Controversy

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... Teacher 25th February Final Draft Essay 2: Rhetorical Analysis of a Controversy Ban on Guns and the Constitutional Rights Rhetorical Analysis of a Controversy is a very important topic for students of different disciplines. This kind of analysis can open avenues for the students who actively participle in it. This essay is second in the essay writing series. Essay one was about rhetorical analysis of one text. Now in this essay number 2, there is a need to rhetorically analyze 5 different texts on a single topic. In these five texts on a same topic, the authors have presented differing views. As per statistics of 2010, 40 to 45% households have guns. The total number of guns is estimated at between...
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Internet retail marketing
Internet retail marketing
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... Analysis of “Retailer adoption of the Internet Introduction The advent of computers has caused revolutionary changes in almost all fields of life. The mode of businesses has also changed significantly due to the integration of information management systems and the inception of internet. Much research has been done regarding the impact of internet on the retailing business and its level of acceptance among the masses. The chosen research paper also addresses this aspect of the modern field of business and researches the level of growth of the internet in the retailing business in UK. The paper has been written by Cathy Hart, Neil Doherty and Ellis-Chadwick. The two main aims of the paper are: To...
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Towards a Socio-Cognitive Approach to Knowledge Transfer
Towards a Socio-Cognitive Approach to Knowledge Transfer
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... a Socio-Cognitive Approach to Knowledge Transfer The area of knowledge transfer has become an increasingly important area of study over the past several decades, and of critical importance in the area of business and corporate culture. Ringberg and Reihlen attempt to address some of the shortfalls of the past research in their study in the area of knowledge transfer as well as offer some viable solutions to these inadequacies in the current state of affairs. Their paper first attempts to discuss the present issues regarding knowledge transfer in the areas of positivist and social constructionist positions, which they claim as the general common ground. They then introduce what they term a socio-c...
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Lift: Becoming a Positive Force in any Situation

Lift: Becoming a Positive Force in any Situation

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... Critical Analysis of "Lift: Becoming a Positive Force in any Situation"  Overview and summaryof the book "Lift: Becoming a Positive Force in any Situation" - The book ‘Lift: Becoming a Positive Force in Any Situation’ is written by a father son duo, Ryan Quinn, a professor at the U.Va.s Darden School of Business and his father Robert E Quinn, a professor of business and management at the University of Michigan. They have brought in the concept of turning a person into a ‘positive force’ that can bring about significant positive changes in his surroundings. In the book ‘Lift’, the authors use the metaphor to explain the possible ways we can lift others and ourselves too, from the constraints that...
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Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything
Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything
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... Book Review: Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything. This paper aims to present the book review of ‘Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything’ along with the main arguments, course applications and personal opinions. The Main Arguments The authors have given entirely different viewpoints about various economic aspects. For instance, they have compared gun with a swimming pool, sumo wrestlers and school teachers etc. In addition to this, they have revealed the misuse of power by the real estate agents, the common elements between drug dealers and high school quarterback, sudden decline in crime rates of USA after 1990s and the crucial matte...
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Mass Media, Violence and Hate
Mass Media, Violence and Hate
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... Media, Violence and Hate Thesis Violence and hate are both initiated and propagated by the mass media and, they have affected the way the society conducts itself. Topic Overview Technological advancement has made mass media a tool that can be possessed by anybody. This has made it easy to spread hate and violence among the members of the society; terrorism a form of social misconduct (violence) has been spread through the mass media. The mass media broadcasts violence in the form of movies, mobile games, and video games; though they are thought to be safe, research indicates that they have negative effects on its users. Academic Background Sociology is concerned with the study of the human soci...
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Literature
Literature
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... Introduction Female Jewish characters have made quite an impact through the literally works. It is not correct to ify them as lifeless, suffocating, paranoid, and absent. However, some of them posses these attributes, but they can be singled out from the fine characters. It is important to note that some of the positive changes around the world today are because of Jewish female characters. These female characters brought this change by the roles they played in various literature materials. Readers should not be condemnatory, and quick to dismiss every Jewish character. They should know the connotation of each character, and everything credited with them before dismissal. Many female Hebrew...
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Motivating and Supporting Collaboration in Open Innovation
Motivating and Supporting Collaboration in Open Innovation
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... and Supporting Collaboration in Open Innovation Introduction The article discusses the collaboration at the online portals. It describes the motivating factors behind the active participation as well as the supporting collaborative tools in online communities based on research findings. The authors have mentioned ‘two’ specific research questions in the article: “RQ1. How can users be motivated to collaborate in OI communities? RQ2. What kind of tools and methods can support collaboration in OI communities?” More specifically, after reviewing the literature, the authors state that the purpose of this research is to pave way for increasing open innovation in the modern organizations. Summary The au...
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... Proposal Understanding Global Professional Communication: Situation Focused Communication Approach Introduction Dynamic complexities associated with global professional communication strategy and process require a situation mediated focus on cultural pluralism in information dissemination process and language as essentially independent variables in an otherwise indeterminate global business environment. This article is focused on these two independent variables in global professional communication process as primary and immediate determinants. Within the global strategic business environment communication occupies a very important place which, in turn, is determined by information and language as...
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Ph.D. Finance/ Modern Portfolio Theory Research/ Annotated Bibliography
Ph.D. Finance/ Modern Portfolio Theory Research/ Annotated Bibliography
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... Bibliography Chua, D. B., Kritzman, M., &Page, S. (2009). The Myth of Diversification. Journal of Portfolio Management, 36(1), 26–35 Primarily, diversification seeks to elevate a non-performing asset on the issue of portfolio growth. However, in the case where an asset is doing well, diversification should move in tandem with it. The authors analyze the mathematical approach to conditional correlations. In the article, they assume that returns become regularly distributed (Ang, 2014). Using the aid of a broad range of assets, they illustrate that empirical correlations are asymmetric, unlike theoretical conditional correlations. They explain further about portfolio construction concerning upside a...
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Men are Real, Women are Made up: Beauty Therapy and the Construction of Femininity by Paula Black and Ursula Sharma
Men are Real, Women are Made up: Beauty Therapy and the Construction of Femininity by Paula Black and Ursula Sharma
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... ESSAY Introduction: This essay is an analysis of the research article by Paula Black and Ursula Sharma (2001), d “Men are real, women are made up: Beauty therapy and the construction of femininity”from the journal The Sociological Review, 49 (1): 100-116. The authors study beauty therapy, on which so far very little research has been done. They interview women with several years of experience in the industry: beauty therapy teachers and salon owners to get their testimonies. Beauty therapy is a specific aspect of the wider beauty industry; it is a profession and also a cultural practice. The beauty industry as the larger whole includes many other components such as fashion, weight reduc...
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HBR article
HBR article
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... Section/# Article Review: A More Rational Approach to New-Product Development The article argues that some sense can be made out of the overall product development process. Although many firms languish in this stage and waste valuable time and resources, the authors argue that the process can be defined and regulated to yield the highest number of profitable returns while minimizing risky developments that will likely not yield a high degree of profitability. Bonabeau et al define these two stages as 1) a truth seeking stage and 2) a success-seeking stage (2007 p. 97). Intuitively, this requires the that new product development teams focus on strengths, known facts/needs/and market needs when...
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Sociology of Religion
Sociology of Religion
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... Review Related to the Sociology of Religion America began its quest for religious tolerance when immigrants from Europe and other countries began to flock to the country after World War I. In this predominantly Protestant country, people who did not belong to the same faith suddenly flooded the communities and left Americans afraid and unable to deal with the sudden surge of varying religions. In order to help deal with the situation, Americans learned how to practice religious tolerance which effectively means that they know how to accept and respect the religious beliefs of other cultures and religions. The American platform of religious tolerance is one that has been highly successful over the...
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Summarize a reading related to issues of human diversity in working with individuals of minority status

Summarize a reading related to issues of human diversity in working with individuals of minority status

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... Paper Summary Bibliography Shore, L.M., Chung-Herrera, B.G., Dean, M.A., Ehrhart, K.H., JungD.I., Randel, A.E., & Singh, G. (2009). Diversity in organizations: Where are we now and where are we going? Human Resource Management Review, 19, pp. 117-113. Retrieved September 16, 2012, from http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/~iido/images/HRMR-Diversity.pdf 1. Statement of the Problem a. Research Topic The topic of the research is the promotion of an integrative model of diversity in organizations. The author has focused on different dimensions of diversity rather than paying attention to only one dimension. These include age, race, gender, sexual orientation, disability, and culture of the workforce. Hence, the to...
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Crtical Article Review of the Bell Witch of Tennessee and Mississippi
Crtical Article Review of the Bell Witch of Tennessee and Mississippi
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... This scholarly articlе first looks at thе contеxt and history of thе story of thе Bеll Witch, a famous ghost story from Tеnnеssее, and thеn rеproducеs thе story itsеlf as a primary tеxt. In thе introduction and footnotеs, thе authors givе thе story its contеxt and status in folklorе history. Thе majority of thе articlе is madе up of thе story of thе Bеll Witch itsеlf. Thе Bеll Witch is prеsеntеd as thе angry spirit of a murdеrеd ovеrsееr who haunts thе Bеll family, at first in a mеnacing mannеr, and thеn in a mannеr that is morе comparativеly tеndеr, whеn thе ghost falls in lovе with onе of thе family’s daughtеrs. Probably thе main thеory at usе for thе authors is about catеgorization of folklorе...
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Ballantine Books
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... Analects of Confucius Ames & Rosemont present a summarized preview to the writings, which are believed to be the postulates of one of the most celebrated and recognized thinkers in Asia and increasingly in the world. The authors of the book, The Analects of Confucius, believe that those who read this book will be embarking on a journey along the Confucian path or way (Ames 3). In essence, the authors believe that the Confucian texts represent a highly navigable and eminently capable of guiding individuals to higher level or state of self-enlightenment and betterment (Ames 8). The book is presents a philosophical approach and introduction in order to make the reader realize early on that Confucius...
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... Bibliography Luiselli, J et al. (2005). Whole-School Positive Behaviour Support: Effects on discipline problems and academic performance. Educational Psychology 25(2-3); Pp 183-198. The content of this article is directed towards teachers as well as all the stakeholders engaged directly with shaping the academic life of students. This article is highly relevant in the sense that it highlights various forms of discipline problems exhibited by children and above all it highlights key intention and prevention focused programs aimed at promoting improve academic excellence, moral and character development as well as acceptable social skills among students. The authors have highlighted antisocial behavio...
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... between organizational culture, identity and image Mary Jo Hatch, Majken Schultz European Journal of Marketing Vol. 31, 1997 356 - 365. An article Synopsis Prepared by: YOUR NAME GOES HERE MARKETING 6310 February 18, 2002 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS OF THE PERMIAN BASIN Relations between organizational culture, identity and image Mary Jo Hatch, Majken Schultz Synopsis Prepared by: THIS IS YOUR NAME The authors, Mary Jo Hatch and Majken Schultz in this article describe the theme of how organizational culture plays an omnipresent role in the functioning of the organization, helping it create a common and workable identity and image. The main intent of the authors is to showcase how the organizational ...
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Research Critical Appraisal Article
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... critique March 28, Research critique Existing literature is significant to knowledge development on a social problemand offers a basis for empirical studies for knowledge expansion and for solution of existing problems. Review of significance, reliability, and validity of existing literature is necessary and below is a critique of sections of the article, ‘factors affecting decision making about fertility preservation after cancer diagnosis: a qualitative study’. Problem statement The study sought to investigate perceptions and application of fertility preservation methods among people, of reproductive age, who have been diagnosed with cancer. Need for urgent treatment and trauma undermine initiativ...
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Critical Analysis
Critical Analysis
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... Critical Analysis: “Health Care: It’s What Ails Us” I Introduction/Background Information Health Care: It’ s What Ails Us is an article written by Doug Pibel and Sarah van Gelger, respectively the managing editor and executive editor of YES! Magazine. This non-profit magazine is a quarterly published by Positive Futures Network and raises issues about social justice, the environment, the economy and peace; it also seeks community based-solutions. The authors deal with the crucial issue of health care, which is a very current matter in the American society, and propose universal health insurance as the solution to the broken U.S system. The purpose of the article is to inform Americans about the...
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... of Article: Envy at Work" Menon, T., Thompson, L Menon and Thompson, , have discussed the most ubiquitous, customary and prevalent aspect of human nature, which has turned out to be the prevailing cause of distress, the envy. The authors have studied the role played by the envy at workplace, how the resentment creeps in the minds of individuals and how it takes a toll of life and eventually affects every deed of the individual. Thereby, they have highlighted the fact that irrespective of the economic status envy persists as a part of human nature. The subject is well researched by the authors and is imperative in understanding the negative thoughts that creep in the mind and are responsible for...
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GSC102-Book Review
GSC102-Book Review
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... Book Review on the Future is Wild by Dougal Dixon and John Adams The ideas that I found most interesting in this book were the elaborate comparison of the past 200 million years and the 200 million years in the future. The writers place the context of the book interestingly, against a historical context. It starts by narrating about the events that took place over the past two hundred million years (Dougal & Adams, p10). They mention the existence and extinction of dinosaurs, and the addition of the coniferous forests to the fern forests. In addition, they mention the existence of the earth as Pangaea, the one mass land that over the years broke up. The writers, in an interesting way, talk about the ...
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Market Models of Education - Pros and Cons
Market Models of Education - Pros and Cons
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... levels of education and the means by which these are provided have always been of interest to educators and sociologists alike. Because of this, the recent technological change that has been exhibited since the dawn of the Internet age has created a dynamic in which e-education has come to transform the way in which traditional education is affected. Within this dynamic, it is not uncommon for individual students to take online classes as a function of fulfilling their requirements. The authors of the chapter in question argues that even though these online courses might have their place in providing for a higher level of education with respect to the social sciences or to the hard sciences, argues...
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Scholarly Journal Analysis

Scholarly Journal Analysis

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... Journal Analysis al Affiliation Scholarly Journal Analysis Summary of the Article In the article en d “Medical marijuana laws in 50 states: investigating the relationship between state legalization of medical marijuana and marijuana use, abuse and dependence” written by Cerdá, Wall, Keyes, Galea, & Hasin (2012), the authors explored the impact of legalization of marijunana in specifically identified states in relation to indicated factors. As asserted, the authors “tested the relationship between state-level legalization of medical marijuana and marijuana use, abuse, and dependence” (Cerdá, Wall, Keyes, Galea, & Hasin, 2012, p. 22). The method used was initially premised on the information of states...
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High Performers in Marketing and Advertising Majors
High Performers in Marketing and Advertising Majors
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... to Research RESPONSE TO RESEARCH Walsh, A., & Woosley, S. . High Performers in Marketing and Advertising Majors: DoTheir Perceptions of Business Programs Differ from Their Peers? College Student Journal, 47(3), 494-498 Walsh and Woosley (2013) set out to investigate the perceptions of high-performing undergraduate students in advertising and marketing majors; especially by exploring the relationship between student satisfaction with learning outcomes in their business programs and three levels of student performance. These levels were students reporting average cumulative grade points of 3.500 and higher, 3.000-3.499, and 2.999 or lower. The study found higher levels of satisfaction among high-perfo...
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Passchendaele: The Untold Story by Robin Prior and Trevor Wilson
Passchendaele: The Untold Story by Robin Prior and Trevor Wilson
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... Passchendaele: The Untold Story by Robin Prior and Trevor Wilson Introduction Of most of the battles that the British armies fought in the First World War, none has excited controversy or has been used to symbolize that appalling character of the fights on the western front than the battle in Passchendaele. This battle is officially known as the Third Battle of Ypres. There is now a wide range of archival sources and developments of perspectives that have benefited from the passage of time. Depending on the side of the scholar, most writers who have written on this battle have always presented a subjective view of the events, the battle, the war and the politics that was involved. It took a while...
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Family to Family, Dr. Jerry Pipes and Victor Lee
Family to Family, Dr. Jerry Pipes and Victor Lee
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... Family to Family Book Review (Insert Bibliographical Entry Pipes, Jerry, and Victor Lee. Family to Family: Families Making a Difference. Alpharetta, GA: North AmericanMission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1999. Author Information Dr. Jerry Pipes is an internationally recognized speaker having travelled the world to speak to people in local churches, schools, businesses and area wide crusades. He completed his B. S. at the Texas A&M University and proceeded to do his masters at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He holds a Doctorate degree in Ministry from the Luther Rice Seminary. He is a member of the North American Mission Board and is the acting team leader of its Prayer and...
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Atomic Force Microscope
Atomic Force Microscope
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... Article Review The article by Anshu Bagga, Mathur, Geoge, Monty Reichert, and Tuskey deals with the study of force transmission in endothelial cells using the Atomic Force and the Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence microscopy. The objective of the article was to examine the transmission of force from the cell membrane of the apical cell to the cell membrane of the basal cell. In the second article, the authors Mike, Harton and Guillaume, are more concern with analyzing the atomic force microscope in ascertaining magnitude and the nature of strains upon which cells often respond. The third article was authored by Kenneth A, and the article aims at ascertaining the role of the Subcellular...
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Connection Between American Language In Literature And Melting Pot
Connection Between American Language In Literature And Melting Pot
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... Between American Language In Literature And Melting Pot “Melting Pot” is a term used to describe cultural process and development of homogeneous societies. This term is connected with the use and development of American language in literature and influences of other cultures and societies on American literature. An influence of “Melting Pot” processes on American language in literature is a complex notion which includes cultural issues and language differences. Thesis American language becomes a unified force which helps authors to connect their cultural values and norms with American culture and make their literature available to a wide audience of readers. There is no doubt about the relatively re...
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The Effects of Nursing Interventions to Enhance Mental Health and Quality of Life Among Individuals with Heart Failure
The Effects of Nursing Interventions to Enhance Mental Health and Quality of Life Among Individuals with Heart Failure
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... Critique: Work-Related Fatigue and Recovery Scott, L.D., Setter-Kline, K., & Britton, A.S. (2004), The effects of nursing interventions to enhance mental health and quality of life among individuals with heart failure, Applied Nursing Research, 17, 4, 248-256. Introduction. In this quantitative article that explores the efficacy of nursing interventions upon patients diagnosed with heart failure, the authors used graduate student nurse research assistants to perform eight weekly, one-hour interventions with a sample population of 88 individuals whose primary diagnosis was heart failure. The researchers administered three specific intervention methods for improving patients’ quality of life; mutua...
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Regeneration of Cartilage and Tendons in the Upper Extremities
Regeneration of Cartilage and Tendons in the Upper Extremities
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... of Cartilage and Tendons in the Upper Extremities Various studies on the regeneration of cartilage and tendons in the upper extremitieshave been undertaken. There are limited studies on the subject matter; nevertheless, these studies indicate various aspects of this topic which have already been discussed. Gao, Yao and Kaplan (2007) discuss how injuries in the cartilage are difficult to treat and that there are no durable repair options available for cartilages. Tissue engineering has merged the fields of biology, engineering, and surgery in order to establish ways in which cartilage regeneration can occur. Their research helped them establish that there are three main elements in tissue engineering ...
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Nursing assessment: Nursing Tools and Strategies to Assess Cognition and Confusion
Nursing assessment: Nursing Tools and Strategies to Assess Cognition and Confusion
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... Assessment: Nursing Tools and Strategies to Assess Cognition and Confusion This is a critical review of article on cognition and confusion by the authors Thomas Aird and Michelle McIntosh. They stress the need for the awareness among the nursing professionals about the differentiation between cognitive impairment and confusion. Confusion simply stated as such by them in their notes does not help identify a patient suffering from cognitive impairment. The authors have highlighted the role of assessment tools such as Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) and Mini-Mental Status Examination (MMSE). Overall, the article encompasses all the features of assessment of cognition impairment and confusion. Introduction The ...
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History: Sam Houston
History: Sam Houston
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... Houston is undoubtedly one of the most prestigious and controversial personalities that has been witnessed in Texas History. Sam Houston was initially born in Virginia on March 2, 1973. As a young Texan, he possessed intellect, passion, and aggression. Since his young age, Houston familiarized himself with the Cherokee Indians so much so that he often wished to spend time with him rather than focus on his secular education. Throughout the American history, Houston is the only person history that has been appointed as the governor of two different states. The war of 1812 was crucial in which Houston’s heroics became the focal point of his personality as brilliantly shown by the authors. Houston’s...
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Enhancing the Ability to Think Strategically
Enhancing the Ability to Think Strategically
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... Enhancing the Ability to Think Strategically Enhancing the Ability to Think Strategically Summary The central research problem of the Casey and Goldman’s (2011) article, Enhancing the ability to think strategically: A learning model was on the importance of strategic thinking in enhancing organizational performance. Their article highlights the existence of minimal literature on the development of ability to think strategically among individuals. The article aimed at creating awareness on the development of strategic thinking and developing a model that would enhance critical thinking among adult learners. The authors acknowledged the essentiality of strategic thinking. They pointed out the...
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Writing Style Comparison. Edgar Allan Poe and Washington Irving
Writing Style Comparison. Edgar Allan Poe and Washington Irving
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... Style Comparison In literature, writing style is the manner in which an interacts with the audience through his works of literacy. Thus, the writing style that an author uses on a piece of literature reveals his or her personality and intention. This is achieved through the choice of words, diction, organization of thoughts and syntactical structure. The authors of the two stories under analysis rely on sentence structure to create uniqueness in their writing. The authors of the two stories have unique arrangement of words in sentences to depict a personalized writing style. However, the authors observe grammatical accuracy in their writing. The main similarity between the two authors is the usage...
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Creating Shared Value by Michael E. Porter and Mark R. Kramer
Creating Shared Value by Michael E. Porter and Mark R. Kramer
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... Shared Value by Michael E. Porter and Mark R. Kramer Introduction This paper is a review of the following article, which has been detailed in the work-cited page. “Creating Shared Value: How to Reinvent Capitalism and Unleash a Wave of Innovation and Growth” by Michael E. Porter and Mark R. Kramer This article is about the reducing influence of capitalism and revival of same through concepts pertaining to ‘creation of value sharing’, in the present business scenario. Capitalist system The article starts with elaborative information on the decline of capital system, as various businesses are trying to find new definitions of interaction between the society and corporate governance. While defending ca...
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Research Critique, Part 2
Research Critique, Part 2
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... Research Critique II al Affiliation Nursing Research Critique II Different kinds of research use different ways of data collection. Most researches that involve issues touching on human beings use human participants to collect data. As such, these researches must protect the human participants that are used in data collection. Sundborg, Saleh-Stattin, Wändell & Törnkvist (2012) in Nurses’ preparedness to care for women exposed to Intimate Partner Violence: a quantitative study in primary health care directly uses human participants in their study to collect data (Sundborg, Saleh-Stattin, Wändell & Törnkvist, 2012). Burns & Grove (2011) state that the potential benefits to the subjects would include...
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Comparative analysis between slaughterhouse-five and french lieutenants woman
Comparative analysis between slaughterhouse-five and french lieutenant's woman
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... Comparative Analysis between Slaughterhouse-Five and French Lieutenants Woman The novel, d the French lieutenantsWoman authored by John Fowles is a fictional story that features Sarah Woodruff as the protagonist. At the beginning of the story, Sarah lives along the coast and is considered a disgraced woman because her lover had abandoned her and returned to French. As the story advances, Charles Smithson would fall in love with her, although he was engaged to his fiancée. As the story progresses, Charles and Sarah meet and seem to have something going on. The author reveals to the reader that Charles was an orphan who anticipated to be the heir of his uncles. This dream is cut short after his uncle...
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Anxiety Disorderes
Anxiety Disorderes
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... Disorders al Affiliation) Anxiety Disorders Lynam and Widiger, (2001) successfully utilize an expert consensus approach to represent the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual- Fourth edition (DSM-IV) to explain the five-factor model and how it can be used as a diagnosis of personality disorders. The article is well-structured in a manner that the reader understands how the five-factor model is a suitable diagnosis of personality disorders. In addition, the authors clarify on the assumption that personality disorders represent clinical syndromes (Lynam and Widiger 2001). They argue that personality disorders are attributable to “cognitive and perceptual abnormalities that influence the life outcomes of...
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Tuberculosis in HIV infected patients
Tuberculosis in HIV infected patients
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... Tuberculosis in HIV Patients Tuberculosis in HIV Patients Introduction HIV-AIDS is one of the major health issues plaguing our society. Along with cancer, diabetes, and heart diseases, HIV-AIDS is a chronic health issue which medicine has yet to cure. Hence, its management is only in relation to its symptoms and separate signs, when and as they manifest. Due to the compromised immune systems of HIV-AIDS patients, they are very much vulnerable to opportunistic infections, including tuberculosis, pneumonia, and similar infections. This paper shall discuss tuberculosis among HIV patients, including its management, and expected patient outcomes. Discussion According to the US Centers for Disease Control ...
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Critical Appraisal of a Piece of Research

Critical Appraisal of a Piece of Research

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... Appraisal of Research Article 2009 Critical Appraisal of Research Article Colquhoun M. C., Chamberlain D. A., Newcombe R. G., Harris R., Harris S., Peel K., Davies C. S. and Boyle R. (2008). “A national scheme for public access defibrillation in England and Wales: Early results”, Resuscitation, Vol. 78, pp. 275 - 280 The study by Colquhoun et al (2008) is a pioneering effort of a national scale to measure and report “…the effectiveness of defibrillation by lay persons and the relative effectiveness of different public access defibrillation (PAD) strategies used in the UK” (p.276). The study rationale is absolutely clear and, in fact, it is surprising that a similar study had not been conducted prior ...
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