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ed article is also organized into sections like abstract, introduction, methodology, results and discussions unlike in the non peer reviewed where the article may or may not have subtitles. The peer reviewed article also gives the names of all the scholars who are involved in criticizing the article which is not the case with the non peer reviewed article.
This article helps one understand the Restless Legs Syndrome which is a health problem and the medical costs of its treatment. The article explores Restless Legs Syndrome, it causes and how the syndrome was diagnosed in a group of people and this gives me insights on how to conduct a research on this healthcare problem and other problems (Calloway et.al, 2012). As a scholar and a practitioner in health care administration, this peer- reviewed article is quite beneficial as it helps in understanding the economic burden in the treatment of the syndrome. The peer reviewed articles gives a scholar-practitioner in health care adequate knowledge in research and health care plans which should be implemented to reduce all costs associated with the treatment of the
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These are called limitations a person is experiencing. The purpose of this study is simply helping these limitations from thirty different personality facets of the NEO-PI-3 to five identity dimensions. As an abstract of the total research identity identification is aided by high-level consciousness and to a lesser amount on the high levels of extraversion and low-levels of neuroticism.
These parts are divided into the following: (1) general identification of issue/s addressed, (2) content present in the literature review, (3) the issue’s context, (4) questions and ideas that have jumped started the research, (5) an exploration of the way the research methodology has been conducted, (6) how the data obtained was analysed, and finally (7) how all the data collected have been communicated in writing.
Rather than geographically-based groups, communities are forming around non-traditional focuses like commonality in work or unity for a short-term cause. This principle is extended beyond the standard human experience to include brands as generators of community relationships.
Gittell and Douglass (2012) of hybrid relational bureaucratic approach in an organization, this methodology could play a significant function in role-based relationships of shared goals, shared knowledge, and mutual respect which according to them could also encourage the
This paper looks at the peer review process at Cancer Treatment Centers of America and the ways in which it is similar to other organizations. It then looks at ways in which it can be improved. It finally looks at the way the process
However, the systems were very expensive and difficult to maintain. The company did not give accurate and consistent results over time. The systems were not modernized enough to move with the changing modern times. The last
It talks about the leadership authors who are in the habit of characterizing the leaders as visionary who have the capability to influence and motivate others. The authorship that exemplify on management on the other side has shown that managers are in the
The level of vocabulary used is clear and understandable to the reader. It is direct and focuses on a particular discipline.
In the second article, which is about the effect of school facilities on academic outcomes, the language used is interactive. It is evident in