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The Influence of Impressionism within the Textile Arts
The Influence of Impressionism within the Textile Arts
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... of Contents Introduction 2 Soft Trade Wind to the East 8 Marketing Ambience 16 Conclusion 32 Bibliography 36 Introduction The popularity of eighteenth century Japanese ukiyo-e prints 'discovered' by nineteenth century European artists constituted the first definitive non-European influence in continental painterly composition (de la Croix and Tansey 1980). Although earlier extractions derived from artistic impressions available through the transmission of trade from other locations such as China, India and Arabia all impacted preceding statements within European schools of art it was the Impressionist movement, as early as the 1860s, which incorporated Japanese pictorial formulas into the spatial...
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Athletes versus Non-Athletes on Academic Performance
Athletes versus Non-Athletes on Academic Performance
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... versus Non-Athletes on Academic Performance Module Module ID: Introduction The present paper aims to explore the relationship between academic performances of the students at schools and their participation in sports and games. The paper pays particular concentration upon athletics and their influence on their academic career as well as the grades they obtain. The main reason behind selecting the topic includes the popular misconception that sports and games cause the wastage of student’s time by diverting their focus from studies. The critics are of the view that the students, interested and involved in athletics and other games, consume large part of their time and energies in the playgrounds, and ...
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Theories
Theories
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... Theories Theories Functionalism According to Isajiw (2003), functionalism can be regarded as the oldest theoretical perspective in sociology, whose dominance in sociology has been there for many years. The theory is based on two concepts one of which entails using the analogy between the society and individual. The other concept includes the use of the scientific method to the social world, which can be regarded as objective. The premise of this theory is that the world is a system that comprises of many parts that tend to relate to one another; each part plays a crucial role for the survival of the entire system. Based on this, therefore, no part of the system can work on isolation as all the parts ...
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Learning Models and Business Training
Learning Models and Business Training
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... Do Individual Learning models and Business Training Interventions Relate s Table of Contents Table ofContents 2 How do Individual Learning models and Business Training Interventions Relate 3 Training Models 3 Integration/Infusion model 3 Separate Course Model 3 Concentration model 3 Interdisciplinary model 4 Learning models 7 Sternberg's Triarchic Theory 10 Constructivism 11 Pedagogical Typing 11 Learning techniques 13 The Traditional Approach 14 High-Stakes Testing 14 Cultural Learning models 15 The Learning Process 15 Instructional Design 16 Training and Operational Performance 17 Approaches to learning 20 The importance of development 24 Conclusion 26 References 28 How do Individual Lear...
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Globalisation,Transnationals and Economic Development in Uk(78114003)
Globalisation,Transnationals and Economic Development in Uk(78114003)
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... impact of Globalisation and Transnationals on the local economic development of UK Table of contents I. Introduction 3 II. Globalisation –form and influence on the local markets IIa. General description of globalization 3 IIb. Influence of globalisation on the local economies 10 III. The UK economy – interaction with globalisation IIIa. General view of UK economy 18 IIIb. Globalisation and UK economy – forms of co-operation and Interaction 20 IIIc. Effects – positive and negative – of global structures in the UK financial market 23 IV. Issues for consideration - factors that can work as controllers towards the expansion of globalization 25 V. Conclusion 29 Refer...
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Analysis of the Marketing Strategy of Apple Inc
Analysis of the Marketing Strategy of Apple Inc
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... of the Marketing Strategy of Apple, Inc 1997 Apple, Inc. is considered one of the most successful companies in the field ofdigital communications innovation for the consumer market. Its design and development of personal electronic devices that have radically transformed the way people worked, thought, and communicated, within a phenomenally rapid span of time. Much of the credit has been justly credited to the personal vision and perseverance of CEO Steve Jobs. The death of Jobs in 2011 has left Apple’s stakeholders, its many avid followers, and the business community in a state of uncertainty about the company’s future and its ability to sustain continuous innovation as it had under Jobs. The...
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How the Norman Conquest Affected England and English Literature--causes, impact, and result
How the Norman Conquest Affected England and English Literature--causes, impact, and result
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... Warren, Mrs. Watkins, English IV, 7th period, Feburary 13 How the Norman Conquest Affected England and English Literature--causes, impact, and result: Introduction: The tussle for supremacy between England and France goes back to ancient history. After several failed attempts in previous centuries, the Normans finally defeated the English in the Battle of Hastings in the year 1066, thereby changing the course of the island’s history significantly. Not only did the Normans take over the political reigns but also effected profound changes to the cultural and linguistic heritage of the people of England. This essay will attempt to show how the Norman Conquest of England left a lasting impact on futu...
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Twentieth-century Marxism. Georg Lukcs and the problem of consciousness
Twentieth-century Marxism. Georg Lukcs and the problem of consciousness
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... AND THE PROBLEM OF CONSCIOUSNESS Georg Lukacs stands as a dominant figure in twentieth-century Marxism. The publication of his History and Class Consciousness and Karl Korsch Marxism and Philosophy in 1923 marked the first serious efforts to rethink Marxism in light of changing conditions and to challenge the dominant Marxist orthodoxy. Both Lukacs and Korsch were responding to the inability of the orthodox viewpoint to account for either the unexpected survival of the Russian Revolution or the progressive dissolution of revolutionary working-class movements in Europe. Their efforts led them to examine the origins of Marx's thought and to revitalize and reemphasize aspects of his work which had...
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Public Relations
Public Relations
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... Public Relations Management and Marketing in the Hotel Industry for Satisfaction: A Case Study of Cafe Royal, London. By Student Name Course University Date Abstract This research study adds to and expands on current knowledge and theories on public relations and its link to market communication. This study is comprised of a case study of Cafe Royal. Cafe Royal has a rich history of success and image, but suffered a relatively short period of decline and possibly suffered some damage to its public image. The hotel closed for four years from 2008 to 2012 and reopened under new ownership and adopted an aggressive public relations campaign to introduce the newly opened hotel. This study examines the...
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The Literature of exile and imaginary homelands in Salman Rushdies Midnights Children
The Literature of exile and imaginary homelands in Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children
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... THE LITERATURE OF EXILE AND IMAGINARY HOMELANDS IN SALMAN RUSHDIE'S MIDNIGHT'S CHILDREN AND THE SATANIC VERSES Salman Rushdie's novels represent national identity in a way that radically departs from the usual concept. It is not a series of identifications and attachments to a unified and distinct homeland, but rather a complex nexus of cultural constructions that arise from adherence to and distancing from a series of narratives, personal and public, and historical conditions. There is a lived reality of national identity, but it is a reality lived in representation and reiteration, a constant creation and amelioration of the individual's existence. Memory and exile, disruptions and re-evaluations ...
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