UK Climate Change Policy and Law
UK Climate Change Policy and Law
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... Climate Change Policy and Law December 2006 UK Climate Change Policy and Law Introduction Whether man has liked it or not, climate change is here to stay and will continue to affect the environment until man has ceased to exist. Unfortunately, man has yet to fully comprehend this harsh reality brought about by the continued utilisation of its natural resources, right to its very limit. Climate change has been the largest element of environmental change in the globe i (Labatt &White, 2002). Despite the severe and irreversible implications, the issue of climate change has been very elusive in public debates and forums as various interests have been threatened by its prerequisite adaptive and mitigatio...
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Personal statement
Personal statement
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... Law Personal ment At the end of the year 2003, there were drastic changes in Iraq that affected the people of Iraq. Kurdistan region is a part of Iraq that was the most affected. These changes were brought about by the success of the United States in the operation freedom of the Iraqi people. Kurdistan region was more affected by the changes compared to other regions in Iraq because it became a federal region according to the new constitution of the country. This simply means that Kurdistan region had the rights to have its own regional government, including its own parliament, political plan, and economic plan. Nevertheless, according to the constitution, the most important right that Kurdistan...
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Self Esteem of Students with Specific Learning Difficulties within a Secondary School
Self Esteem of Students with Specific Learning Difficulties within a Secondary School
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... brief investigation into the effectiveness of Wave 3 lessons in raising the self esteem with specific learning difficulties within a secondary school. Abstract Much as there has been a recognition of science-based teaching, the implications of research as a guide for instructional reforms has yet to be fully appreciated (Vaugh and Linan-Thompson 2004, p.3). This research project therefore looks towards instructional reforms along the correlation between Literacy instruction not only in improving literacy in general, but also in alleviating the lack of self-esteem in learners. It attempts to establish the necessarily co-dependent nature of elevating a student’s self esteem while raising their...
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Every Child Matters
Every Child Matters
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... Head: EVERY CHILD MATTERS Every Child Matters of the of the Every Child Matters The Every Child Matters programme is initiated as part of its central drive to eliminate child poverty and tackle social exclusion by providing the support to parents through help in nurturing and developing the health, well being and learning capability of children from the moment they are born and in school. (Frome, 2007, 436) It is agreed that ‘Every Child Matters’ would be a cross-Government strategy for children and their families in schools of disadvantaged areas. A significant proportion of this funding is designated as capital expenditure. It is to provide additional services and facilities within schools and to...
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Research methods and ICT
Research methods and ICT
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... Head: Research Methods in ICT Research Methods in ICT Research Methods in ICT Literature Review In the 21st century, the health care sector is changing rapidly. UK is evolving as a complex society with its special public health care system needs. The recent outbreaks of Bird Flu and Swine Flu have exposed the weaknesses of the contemporary health care systems in the face of the threats of global pandemics. Moreover, it is imperative to ensure the quality and outreach of the health care services at the highest standards. Hence, health care sector is increasingly utilising the power of information and communication technology (ICT). The emerging trend suggest that an informatics based integrated...
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British Constitution
British Constitution
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... WHAT EXTENT CAN IT ACCURATELY BE SAID THAT THE UNITED KINGDOM IS MOVING TOWARDS A DOCUMENTARY CONSTITUTION GIVE REASONS FOR YOUR ANSWER. Introduction One of the most notable features of the British constitution is its unwritten or non-documentary nature. (Bradley and Ewing, 2003) The British constitution is held to be unwritten as there is no single document or body of documents that could be referred to as the 'the Constitution of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland'. Thus the British constitution can be contrasted with other constitutions like the Constitution of the United States of America. (Barendt, 1997) Brazier (2001) has for instance stated that: "A British citizen has t...
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Social economy
Social economy
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... Development Question One Explain the (dis)advantages of focusing on women as agents of development and compare and contrast Grameen and Kudumbashree as socio-economic development models that focus on women. Women, given the opportunities in their countries, communities and families, make great agents of development. There has been gender discrimination whereby women have not been given the opportunities to lead, get education, own financial assets and have access to better improved reproductive health and access to family planning. Denying women the rights to undertake development has left women discriminated and unable to prove what they are capable of doing. Giving women the women the powers to e...
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Aggression and Television Programmes
Aggression and Television Programmes
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... and Television Programmes The issues of exposure of children to violence on various television programme has been at the center of debate for some time. In particular is the assertion by various research findings that such an exposure may lead these children see these violence as ‘cool’ an as such they themselves become violent over time. Looking at violence broadly, it is important to appreciate the fact that the violence may be towards others or to oneself. This paper explores this issue by looking at three television programmes by analyzing scenes of violence, both physical and social and recommending steps that can be taken to protect the children. Children cartoon seen is called ‘Dragon Ball Z...
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The History and Regeneration of Ballymun, Co. Dublin Ireland
The History and Regeneration of Ballymun, Co. Dublin Ireland
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... History and Regeneration of Ballymun, Co. Dublin Ireland Abstract The aim of this dissertation was to investigate why Ballymun needed regeneration and the advantages and disadvantages of a community in trouble. In doing this, the aim was to analyse the progress being made my Ballymun Regeneration Ltd. and Dublin City Council and whether the whole process will be successful in the future. Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations BNC - Ballymun Neighbourhood Council BRL - Ballymun Regeneration Ltd CSR - Corpora...
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Tempur Pedic Quality Process Improvement Plan
Tempur Pedic Quality Process Improvement Plan
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... Pedic - Quality Process Improvement Plan Total quality management (TQM) became a major concern in the 1990s, and it will continue to be important. Company after company is finding out that managing for quality means more than just fine-tuning production controls. Total quality management is being used as a strategic weapon and companies are wanting to produce products of high quality at costs lower than competitors'. The idea is to get products to a market faster, with fewer defects, and at a lower cost. Companies adopting TQM often see dramatic results (Harris, 1989). Total Quality Management is a strategic approach to quality which permeates the entire organization. As Hill writes, "top management...
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Health Policy and Professional Practice-
Health Policy and Professional Practice-
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... A Critical Analysis of a Current National Health Policy Nurses are the backbone of any health care setting. Due to their proximity with the patients they are able to guide both the patient and the physician in the treatment aspects of the patient leading to improved clinical outcomes. In cancer management too, nurses, especially the Clinical Specialist Nurses play a major role in the care and management of patients suffering from cancer. The importance of Clinical Nurse Specialists has been emphasized in various surveys that were conducted to evaluate the implications of cancer reform strategies in England (NCCP, 2005). The purpose of this essay is to discuss and critically analyze the Cancer Reform ...
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Is it Cost-Effective to Invest on Simulation Training in order to Improve the Management and Leadership Skills of the Doctors
Is it Cost-Effective to Invest on Simulation Training in order to Improve the Management and Leadership Skills of the Doctors
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... Is it Cost-Effective to Invest on Simulation Training in order to Improve the Management and Leadership Skills of the Doctors? Pauline Doyle DRAFT Total Number of Words: 12,000 Introduction – Subject 1185 words To include all aspects of all the dissertation Literature Review 3000 words Complete Methodology 2482 words Complete Data Analysis 5000 words Complete Discussion and Conclusion 2000 words Complete References Complete 1. Introduction 1185 words According to Anne Rainsberry – the Deputy Chief Executive of NHS London, “the learning gained through simulated training is invaluable in arming healthcare professionals with the breadth of knowledge and experience needed to treat the many patients they ...
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BRAC
BRAC
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... header: Microfinance s: BRAC Your Executive Summary This report on microfinance institutions (MFIs) is based on a study one of the largest nongovernmental organisations in the world, BRAC. This Bangladesh-based microfinance organisation pioneered the concept of ‘banking the un-bankable’ by targeting the extremely poor households in rural and slums of the Bangladesh and branching to other similar nations. The report first looks at the background of the organisation from inception as a humanitarian organisation initially assisting destitute Bangladeshi after its war of independence to evolve as monolith encompassing banking, health, educational and enterprise support institutions. The report examines ...
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Studying Broadcast Media. What Is The Difference Between Game Shows Like Deal Or No Deal And The Weakest Link
Studying Broadcast Media. What Is The Difference Between Game Shows Like Deal Or No Deal And The Weakest Link
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... count: 2638 Quiz programmes and game shows are ified among the few innovative formats introduced by broadcast media. In general meaning, knowledge of participants is judged in a quiz show whereas in a game plan contestants have to face tough competition through chance and intuitive capability (Helfy, 2010). At present, distinction among two genres is getting blurred as reality television shows are mingled with these forms, thus presenting to the audience a game show experience with all elements of emotional appeal associated with reality TV (Holmes, 2006, p.53). 1990s have experienced a shift from the conventional adoption of US based television programmes in the UK broadcast media. After success of ...
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Operation management
Operation management
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... The nature of operations management is to create a competitive advantage to an organisation. It must manage the production of quality goods as well as the services embedded in the organisation. Operations management involves not just the manufacturing side but also the other functions of an organisation. Effective operations management includes principles of quality, lean production, just-in-time, continuous improvement and so on. This paper examines the operations management principles that are reflected in an organisation, Corus Group. The company is engaged in the manufacturing and services of steel and aluminium products to a broad range of market in the whole world. The organisation implemen...
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Analytital ( compare northwest airlines and jet blue with american airlines
Analytital ( compare northwest airlines and jet blue with american airlines
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... (Compare Northwest airlines with American airlines) NORTHWEST AIRLINES Company slogan – Now You’re Flying Smart. Official website – www.nwa.com Introduction:- Northwest Airlines, Inc. is the principal subsidiary of Northwest Airlines Corporation. It is abbreviated as NWA and it is a major airline in U.S.A. whose head quarter is situated in Eagan, Minnesota. Northwest has three major hubs in the United States: Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport, and Memphis International Airport. Northwest also operates flights from a hub in Asia at Narita International Airport near Tokyo and also operates transatlantic flights in cooperation with partner KLM from S...
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HIV in Nursing
HIV in Nursing
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... HIV in Nursing Annotated Bibliography HIV in Nursing Annotated Bibliography Density of Healthcare Providers and Patient Outcomes: Evidence from a Nationally Representative Multi-Site HIV Treatment Program in Uganda Bakanda, C., Birungi, J., Mwesigwa, R., Zhang, W., Hagopian, A., Ford, N. & Mills, E., 2011 The role of nurses in supporting people with HIV is critical. In fact, it seems that nurses are quite necessary for promoting therapies that can help people with HIV to face the disease. The study of Bakanda et al. (2011) explores the importance of nurses in delivering healthcare services to people with HIV. The study refers to a treatment program available to people with HIV in Uganda. Bakanda et...
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ECONOMICS: Explain the key issues in relation to the developing nations concerning growth and development strategies
ECONOMICS: Explain the key issues in relation to the developing nations concerning growth and development strategies
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... 2006 M2 Communications Ltd All rights reserved M2 Presswire July 21, 2006 LENGTH: 2298 words HEADLINE: UN: Economic and Social Council reviews implementation of programme of action for least developed countries for decade 2001-2010; page 1 of 2 BODY: M2 PRESSWIRE-JULY 21, 2006-UN: Economic and Social Council reviews implementation of programme of action for least developed countries for decade 2001-2010; page 1 of 2 ©1994-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD GENEVA - The Economic and Social Council this morning continued its discussion on the implementation of and follow-up to major United Nations conferences and summits, focusing on the review and coordination of the implementation of the Programme of Action ...
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Management Report Dissertation
Management Report Dissertation
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... Report ------------------------------ ------------------------- ------------------. TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter Introduction 7 In present day's rapidly changing business environment, organizations have to respond quickly to requirements of people. Hence, it is important to have a well-defined recruitment and induction policy in place, which can be executed effectively to get the best fits for the vacant positions followed by smooth entry into the organization which makes for a comfortable work atmosphere and ambience for the fresh recruits. Employee selection is one area where the interference of external factors is minimal. Similarly employee induction processes are largely internal and...
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Discussion Topic
Discussion Topic
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... Topic A fallacy refers to a flaw in an argument that is more than just a presumption in false assertion. In most cases, it pertains to either an error in reasoning or the creation of some false impression that makes a cogent argument appears corrupt or vice versa. There are many different types of fallacies; ad hominem is one of them. This fallacy hinges its arguments on the basis of a person’s character or nature (Davis, 2007). An example is whereby an overweight individual gives tips and advice on how to lose weight. He may be dismissed on grounds of ad hominem, but sometimes he might be telling the truth. Another fallacy is hasty generalization. It refers to when a conclusion is reached with insu...
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Environmental management
Environmental management
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... Assignment Proposal and ID Programme: Your programme or Mode: Select which correct Full-time Part-time? Title of Project: Atmospheric Ozone Depletion Brief Description: Environment management system is used to maintain and develop environmental aspects and standards of an organization. Environment management is not an easy task since various factors affect the environment. These aspects are taken into consideration while implementing an environment management system. One among them is the atmospheric ozone depletion. It is one of the hazardous factors of the environmental management system. Though most of these factors indirectly affect the environment, ozone depletion affects each and every part...
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Reflection on the Ceibal Plan based on the technology for everyone by Miguel
Reflection on the Ceibal Plan based on the technology for everyone by Miguel
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... Reflection on the Ceibal Plan based on the technology for everyone by Miguel I have learned to appreciate the peaceful, yet exhilarating moment when my mind engages with an authors thoughts on the issue of technology for everyone and how technology goes further to shape education levels from various nations. As seen from the video reflecting Miguel on his mission towards technological perception, the author gives us an overview of Miguel who is an Engineer by professionalism, having graduated 25 years ago from Imperia College in London. This video based in Uruguay is a representation of the search of new technologies and application by Miguel having been on the limelight and responsible for...
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Cultural Awareness
Cultural Awareness
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... cultural awareness Arab cultural awareness A culture can be defined as a combination of the fundamental generalised behaviours exhibited by individuals of a specified social system. Understanding ones’ culture remains an essential element in seeking to ensure knowledge of the behaviours which the people can be identified1. The cultural world for example, the culture of the people has resulted in the identification of the region as the Arab world. Many stereotypes have developed from the misconceptions which people in other parts of the world hold regarding the Arabs2. Many of these stereotypes have resulted from the failure to understand the Arab culture in seeking to ensure factual knowledge of...
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Promoting PuplicHealth
Promoting PuplicHealth
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... Part Evaluate the effectiveness of current health promotion measures addressing the issue of childhood obesity. Introduction Obesity is a major global problem. According to the World Health Organisation 300 million adults in the world are obese and more than a billion adults worldwide are overweight.Childhood obesity continues in adulthood and result in chronic diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular problems. Two of the major reasons for childhood obesity are a shift in diet towards more energy-rich fatty food and a sedentary lifestyle brought about by urbanisation. More than one in four children in England is overweight or obese. The prevalence of obesity in children aged 2 to 10 increased...
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Integration of Third Country Nationals in the EU
Integration of Third Country Nationals in the EU
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... of third country nationals in EU In the aftermath of the Second World War a number of previously held European colonies gained independence. Despite their success in obtaining liberty they were empirically not able to develop themselves in the initial phases of their governance and joined the already huge block of third world countries. Western countries offered them huge opportunities and consequently large scale migrations began to take place. This trend that had begun for over a century ago has intensified in the last two decades followed up with large scale legal and illegal trafficking of individuals in the West especially the European countries. Introduction In the last 20 years the issue of mi...
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Research Methods
Research Methods
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... Research Methods Critical review: Baccalaureate nursing studies: voyaging ttowards discovery, by Melanie Birks, Ysanne Chapman, Karen Francis International Journal of Nursing Practic 2006 12: 267–272 INTRODUCTION The research study by Birks, Chapman & Francis (2006) involved an assessment of post-registration degree courses designed to provide nurses with the opportunity to increase their educational standards to include a baccalaureate degree certification. The research specifically addressed this educational curriculum as it pertains to developing countries where this opportunity for educational advancement and specialization has been far less accessible than in more developed nations o...
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HEALTH PROMOTION - 5 Portions a Day
HEALTH PROMOTION - 5 Portions a Day
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... Promotions - Five Portions a Day 2007 Health Promotions - Five Portions a Day A large share of premature deaths in the UK and other developed countries (up to 50 percent) are estimated to be caused by issues related to quality of life (O'Donnel 1989). Many of these deaths can be prevented by addressing the wide range of lifestyle patterns such as physical activity and exercising, tobacco and excess alcohol use, stress behaviour, nutrition, participation in social networks and economic underpinning, adjustment of lifestyle values, etc. Health promotion is a broad framework within which all of these issues are addressed to improve community health and reduce the number of preventable premature deaths. ...
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Procurement & Contracts Coursework
Procurement & Contracts Coursework
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... Procurement and NEC3 ECC Contract By Task A: Procurement Report to the Ministry of Health, UK RE: Proposal fora PPP-PFI Procurement Route for the Hospital Expansion Project Date: Introduction Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) differ from conventional procurement routes. PPP brings together public and private agencies and conventional procurement routes delegate construction and management of government facilities to various private actors (Hoppe & Schmitz, 2013). Over the last 15 years, PPP has emerged as a particularly “popular method” of permitting private agencies to “provide public infrastructure-based services” in areas such as health care (Hoppe & Schmitz, 2013, p. 57). One of the key...
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Nursing older people
Nursing older people
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... Problems of the older population Problems of the older population Problems of the older population The older population was increasing at a fast pace. The number of the population above 65 was being elevated so that this group with a large number of problems was becoming the cynosure of interest of health professionals. The diverse illnesses and problems of aging were being raised simultaneously. This writer will be highlighting two problems in this discussion: falls in acute care facility and elder abuse and neglect. The factors that contributed to problems like falls were dementia, cognitive deficits, lack of familiarity, altered mobility behaviours, environmental factors, worsening eyesight,...
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Policy Brief
Policy Brief
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... Climate Change Achim Steiner, Executive director United Nations Environmental Programme Wicky Sterchom, Environmental Club President, State University College RE: Human Actions To Address Climate Change DATE: March 1st 2015 INTRODUCTION RE: STATEMENT OF ISSUE Climate change is one of the issues that has bedeviled and affected the human society in the recent past. This stems from the fact that the climatic and environmental awareness of the society has been unpredictable and uncontrollable unlike in the past. The circumstance and situation has introduced another spectrum known as global warming where the past predictable climatic patterns are now unpredictable. In principle, it is imperative to highli...
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Quantitative data analysis( By using IBM SPSS )
Quantitative data analysis( By using IBM SPSS )
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... COMPONENTS PLC Answer: The total of the satisfaction items (which is defined by the variable sat_total) for the employee satisfaction scale is computed as sum of all the 10 satisfaction scores and is given below: Variables n Mean SE(Mean) SD Skewness Kurtosis sat_total 102 42.99 1.345 13.59 -0.598 -0.418 The total of the commitment items (which is defined by the variable commit_tot) for the employee commitment scale is computed as sum of all the 10 commitment scores and is given below: Variables n Mean SE(Mean) SD Skewness Kurtosis commit_tot 102 37.01 1.334 13.47 0.055 -0.97 The descriptive (Means and SDs) for the employee satisfaction scale (individual is given below: Variables n Mean SE(Mean) SD S...
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E-Commerce in Project Integration
E-Commerce in Project Integration
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... in Project Integration Prepared by Submitted to Word Count 3018 words (excluding content and reference pages and foot s)E-Commerce in Project Integration 1. Introduction Electronic commerce is referred as E-Commerce or EC. Every business consists of distributing, buying, selling, marketing and servicing of products or services. When these services and transactions were done electronically or online it can be termed as e - commerce. In IT industry it was viewed as electronic business application. Currently we can hardly find any field or sector in business or industry that do not find electronic business application. Most of the businesses use the e - commerce applications for transfer of funds, suppl...
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Law specialism Incorporated - legal firms and internships
Law specialism Incorporated - legal firms and internships
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... Law Specialism Incorporated – Legal Firms and Internships Section I The formal policy of Allen & Overy requiresall applicants to meet all the necessary requirements to qualify as an intern. The recruitment and selection process for both law and non-law students are done formally such that all applicants are required to comply with the following requirements: (1) A&O First; (2) attend the “Open Days”; (3) attend “Summer Vacation Scheme”; (4) attend “Winter Vacation Scheme”; and (5) apply for training contract (Allen & Overy, 2013a). Before qualifying for a 2-year training contract, the law students are required to take Legal Practice Course at the University of Law in Moorgate whereas the non-law...
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Comments on ideology, class, structure and agency as used in media studies
Comments on ideology, class, structure and agency as used in media studies
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... in Media Studies Comments on Ideology, Structure and Agency as Used in Media Studies Jeremy Kyle show attracts audiences as it provides confrontation and other unethical societal needs. It is the violence and sex content of this TV talk show that that helps in reinforcing its moral codes, which are the basis of the previous episodes. This talk show is moralistic and narrowly conservative in its ideological context by communicating the mindset of America’s dominant culture, which is white, male and middle class (Barwise & Gordon, 2002 p208). However, this ideology is sometimes challenged because the high number of repeated showings and the variations within the genre place a narrow limit on women’s...
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Gene Prediction
Gene Prediction
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... Gene Prediction Question Gene prediction is the establishment of the pattern assumed by the codons (three pairs of nucleotides) in coding for proteins. Gene predictions can be done using three techniques; pattern based, content based and comparative based, in this prediction, pattern based technique was used. It involves pasting the whole genome sequence of the organism given in a FASTA format then clicking the ORF finder that will automatically give the start and the stop codons alongside the longest pattern. In this case, the human genome was given and upon subjecting it to the ORF finder, the longest pattern was identified to have 996 nucleotides. This corresponds to 331 codons also known as...
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Comparison of the german and british educational system from a system perpective
Comparison of the german and british educational system from a system perpective
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... of the German and British educational systems This paper encompasses a discussion about European Educational Systems. More specifically the discussion is concerned with a comparison of the German and British educational system from a system perspective. The goal is to concentrate on analysis of the two systems using the perspective of the actual system. The comparison will utilize de a soft system methodology. SSM is used due to the fact this method is designed methodology for dealing with problem situations in which there is a high social, political and human activity component. as arises in the case of school systems. In addition a stakeholder analysis for both educational systems will b...
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Analysis of qualitative design part 2
Analysis of qualitative design part 2
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... of Qualitative Design Introduction Education has often been described as the key to success, this is because, it enables one to identify and solve various problems and challenges. An educated individual knows how to mobilize resources within and outside the immediate environment in order to establish meaningful and reliable systems of the society (Bartlett 2007). Despite all these benefits of education, there are still millions of people being deprived of this ability to access and benefit from formal and informal education. This paper examines a research activity that was carried out to determine the influence of literacy education and gender equity and empowerment initiatives in rural El...
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What are some of the techniques or processes that can be employed to evaluate health policy as opposed to evaluating a specific health intervention
What are some of the techniques or processes that can be employed to evaluate health policy as opposed to evaluating a specific health intervention
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... for evaluating health policy Evaluation is defined as the assessment of the extent to which an action achieves a valued outcome (Nutbeam, 1998). The process itself also contributes to the value in terms of measurable achievement. Evaluation is also defined as "the use of the scientific method, and the rigorous and systematic collection of research data to assess the effectiveness of organisations, services and programmes such as health service interventions in achieving predefined objectives" (Bowling, 2002). The purpose of evaluation is to test the correctness of an implemented plan and to suggest corrections if deficiencies are encountered. Grossly, there are three types’ measures which are used f...
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Nursing
Nursing
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... Learning between Nurses and Doctors and its Pertinence in Clinical Practice: A Qualitative Research Abstract Competence in practice for nurses and doctors are now prescribed to be occurring as a result of interprofessional and collaborative practice in the clinical area. Literature suggests collaborative education provides better learning, but collaboration is a matter to learn. This learning can be initiated while doctors and nurses are both students in the clinical area, but research involving interprofessional learning for both nurse and doctor students is lacking. By questionnaire survey method developed by focus group analysis and pilot studies, groups of doctor students and nurse student...
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Intoduction to HRM 3
Intoduction to HRM 3
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... Introduction to Human Resource Management By Edinburgh Napier This report is in response to the request to outline a two-day training course for all new baristas from Cafe Company. The objectives of the training will be covered. Other items included will be how the training will improve employee performance, a detailed agenda, resources needed, training methods, and media choices. An evaluation strategy for training results will also be provided. This report details the response to a request to design a two-day training session for new baristas working for Cafe Company. The emphasis is on improving performance and retention for the employee as well as improving the performance of the company...
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Reality TV
Reality TV
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... Reality television, the term essentially coined since 2000, is a kind of TV programming which characterizes unscripted dramatization or humorous circumstances, leading to the documentation of actual events all together. It may include ordinary individuals to celebrity or professionals to perform. However, all real-life based programmes are not termed as 'reality show' such as documentaries and non-fictional programmes like news and sports. Reality show includes a wide range of television programmes encapsulating games or quiz shows often bear a resemblance to frenetic. In recent decades, the media has covered the analysis that the reality shows almost around the world have brought an enormous...
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Promoting Healthy nutrition among school children in UK
Promoting Healthy nutrition among school children in UK
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... Healthy Nutrition among School Children in UK Total Number of Words: 2,280 (excess number of words: 30) Introduction For this study, a literature review will be gathered regarding the importance of health promotion among the school children in UK. In the process of discussing the adverse health effects of malnutrition and the advantages of motivating the school children to eat nutritious foods, the impact of proper nutrition with the physical, mental, and social growth development of each child will be tackled in details. To enable the readers to have a better understanding with regards to proper nutrition, the Tannahill Model will be used as the foundation in developing a programme for health teac...
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Address and analyse an existing Food security intervention in preferably a developing country (poor African,Asian countries)
Address and analyse an existing Food security intervention in preferably a developing country (poor African,Asian countries)
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... towards Food Security in India- a case of Kerala in South India Introduction Earlier, food availability and stability were considered the good indicators for measuring food security in any country and hence, achievement of self sufficiency was given higher priority in the food policies of the developing countries. But this concept has undergone through considerable changes as self sufficiency or food surplus alone will not solve the problem of food security. Though India has been a food surplus country since the late 1960’s (Green Revolution) and India was successful in achieving self sufficiency of food, it could not solve the problem of food security (Ahluwalia, 1993, Dre’ze and Sen, 1989,...
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Evaluating the effectiveness of training on local employees in Asian hospitality industries as a European human resources manager
Evaluating the effectiveness of training on local employees in Asian hospitality industries as a European human resources manager
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... Evaluating the effectiveness of training on local employees in Asian hospitality industries as a European human resources manager BY YOU YOUR SCHOOL INFO HERE DATE HERE Evaluating the effectiveness of training on local employees in Asian hospitality industries as a European human resources manager 1. Introduction The Asian hospitality industry is in a constant state of evolution in a variety of ways. Primarily, changing social, economic and cultural values as a product of globalization and industrial development have improved accessibility of tourism-related locations to foreign customers and have also changed the methodology by which local employees interact with a broad demographic base of...
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Manage IT Security for the London Olympic 2012 games
Manage IT Security for the London Olympic 2012 games
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... IT Security for the London Olympic Games My is Jian Roberts, the Project Manager of Technolight, a London-based IT company. In thisproject, I will be working together with the company’s security team, a group of IT security experts. My role in the Technolight is to initiate, plan, execute, monitor and finalise projects on behalf of the company. As a project manager, my key responsibilities in this project will include project scope management, time and cost management, quality management, human resource management, communication management, risk management and procurement management. Basic details of the London 2012 Olympics security measures and the potential IT security vulnerabilities of the...
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What is Breast Cancer
What is Breast Cancer
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... is Breast Cancer Breast cancer is a malignant disease of breast tissue which occurs due to the uncontrolled growth of abnormal breast cells. This is one of the most common cancers which occurs in women. Breast cancer mostly develops due to an abnormality in genes due to which the breast cells lose their ability to control the growth of cells, particularly abnormal cells in the breast. 90% of breast cancer occurrences are due to genetic abnormalities that happen as a result of aging process and life in general. It is important to note that cancer has the potential to break through the normal breast tissue barriers and spread into other parts of the body. Incidence of Breast Cancer in the UK Breast can...
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Mental health promotion workshop
Mental health promotion workshop
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... Number of Words 945 Identifying needs for core function Identifying needs for core function is necessary in generating useful information on how to effectively promote the mental health of children. Needs and priority assessment Core Functions Objectives Action Skill needed Gathering information To be able to gather the most up-to-date information regarding the mental health of children. Access school library and online databases (i.e. NCBI / Pubmed, Google Scholar, etc.) Identify and apply the concept of inclusion and exclusion criteria. Research Skills; & Analytical Skills. Managing care To deliver holistic care to people with mental health problems (Kotechki, 2011, p. 210). Gain better understand...
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Training on Local Employees in Asian Hospitality Industry
Training on Local Employees in Asian Hospitality Industry
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... of Training on Local Employees in Asian Hospitality Industry 1. Introduction The Asian hospitality industry is in a constant state of evolution in a variety of ways. Primarily, changing social, economic and cultural values as a product of globalization and industrial development have improved accessibility of tourism-related locations to foreign customers and have also changed the methodology by which local employees interact with a broad demographic base of customers. As Asian countries become more developed and sustain competitive hospitality industries, the need to understand the diverse and complex lifestyles and attitudes of foreign (and sometimes domestic) visitors becomes a paramount need ...
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Business Creation and Growth
Business Creation and Growth
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... creation and growth Contents Contents 2 3 Introduction 3 Literature review 4 Methodology 6 Results 7 Discussion 7 Conclusion 10 Recommendations 10 References 11 Abstract Sim venture is a process and the model that is introduced and developed for assisting the entrepreneur in starting up the business and conducting of the market research. It covers various areas which include the operation, human resources, operation, finance, marketing and organization. The process and the application of Sim venture are very simple and easy to implement as well as manipulate. Therefore it is required to be applied tactically for various purposes. The Sim venture game has been introduced with the purpose of allow...
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Management in Health and social care
Management in Health and social care
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... head: MANAGEMENT IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE Management in Health and Social Care s Management in Health and Social Care Since the middle of the 1980s, health care reform has been one of the top policy initiatives of most Western industrialized states. A new wave of reform has emerged that focuses on harnessing competition to more efficiently achieve social justice ends. Managed competition reform and traditional single structured management models represent an important change from the traditional approach to health care reform. This traditional approach focuses on reducing the resources available to a health care system (e.g. the hospital beds, nursing services, technology, etc.). This traditional ap...
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