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and analysis of business data to yield valuable information is an arduous task. There are a number of research techniques available to facilitate the collection of business information, but questions of validity and reliability remain a debating issue when collecting information about human beings.Humans may be oblivious of their actual behaviour, both on an individual level, and in terms of how they move within the larger web of culture. This mental restriction creates a barrier to the collection of information through generally used research techniques such as focus groups, one on one interviews and questionnaires. All too many research techniques depend entirely on people's retrospective
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Running Head: APPLIED RESEARCH METHODS
Running Head: APPLIED RESEARCH METHODS
Applied Research Methods
Applied Research Methods
Successful product development requires managing tensions--coping with fluctuating contingencies to foster innovation and efficiency. To investigate this challenge, we explored the nature, dynamics, and impacts of contrasting project management styles. Our conceptual framework details emergent and planned styles. Following 80 projects over two-year periods, we find that these styles offer disparate but interwoven approaches to monitoring, evaluation, and control
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, listening and speaking.This current research aimed to determine what language learning styles overseas students studying English in Australia use. Also it aimed to examine how they impact on their self-perceived performance in the four language skills. The hypothesis of this study is that students who prefer to learn English via self-study means have a better self-perception of their speaking and listening skills.The findings of this investigation should be useful to language learning and teaching institutes and educators in the development of new language learning approaches in line with student preferences.MethodologyOn the 5th of December 2007, a survey concerned with international students
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done little to intervene (Sacco 2012). As a result, this research will deal with the question “Should the state or federal government put laws in place to prevent bullying?”
Background of the study
All through schools, children may face bullying. This term refers to unwanted and unwarranted aggression, violence and verbal abuse towards an individual as a result of a real or imagined power imbalance. For many literate persons, when one mentions the term bullying, their memories flashback to being mocked, having their lunch money taken or even being beaten up for no apparent reason. Today, however, bullying has evolved from the classrooms and onto a more powerful platform; social media. Cyber
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have the same problem as I do. Testing anxiety affects the people who deal with it in
different ways although the solutions can be implemented and be useful for everyone. After doing quite
a bit of research to find different solutions for testing anxiety, I found two major factors that repeated in
the several articles that I read and that was not being completely prepared for the test and the effects of
emotional dysregulation (Hartman, 2017). The first factor I mentioned seemed like the most plausible
factor to cause test anxiety because everybody can relate to being asked a question that they don't know
the answer to but after doing research I concluded that the main influence of my testing
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June 3, 2018
Mass Media Communication
Outline of Theory Research
1. There are primarily two approaches to research in mass communication, which is
Social Scientific and Cultural Studies
2. The idea that media have a significant impact on society has fueled the development of the two types of research in mass communication. Social scientific research attempts to understand, explain, and predict the impact of mass media on individuals and society. The main goals of this type of research is to define the problem with a testable hypothesis, collect data through one of various methodologies and draw conclusions based on the data. cultural studies explore how people make meaning
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means people will be able to cope with the increased use of artificial intelligence within the workforce. Ultimately as technology advances jobs come and go however artificial intelligence could possibly be humanity's greatest achievement and has the greatest unknown around it. Those who embrace artificial intelligence will get ahead while those who focus on the perceived negative outcomes will be left behind.
Question 2: What are the positive effects Artificial Intelligence could have on the world?
Based on my research artificial intelligence is not something that should be feared by the public. From my sources I have found out that In daily life 63% of people use AI without even realising it
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Review and Selection of Standardized Test
My goal is to obtain my Masters’ Degree in Psychology with specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis. Once I do everything to get certified in BCBA I will be on road to making difference in the black community. I always had the passion to helping others and enjoyed working with children. But for the longest I could not figure out what I really wanted to do with these two passions of mines, until fellow teacher mention ABA therapy and thought it would sound like something, I would be interested in. After doing research on ABA therapy I found that it can be do in many different settings: center based
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their off - campus was about $5,375 . The enrollment for the college is simply just a application form. And the average financial aid based on (Big Future - College Search) was around $10,875 for students that qualified. This college also qualified for the Excelsior Scholarship which was a major factor in putting this college in my list.
The next college that was researched was Hartwick College, even though this college is a private 4 year school, the benefits are all their for becoming a police officer. Hartwick was the only private school that I research, and the enrollment for this school was substantially more than most of the other colleges. To get into Hartwick, you need to have a 3.5 and
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, notaries, government institutions, civil servants or any other party needed to attest to the information’s integrity. All that is needed is a smart contract: a set of codes that will help both sides exchange money or other values in a transparent, secure and trustable way (as described above, where the information goes from node to node using the proof of concept to validate the flow). As the intermediaries’ oversight and intervention get minimized, the costs related to them also reduce, and in some cases they even get eliminated.
Prableen Bajpai, founder and managing partner of FinFix Research and Analytics, wrote for Nasdaq, in June 2017, that “the functioning of stock exchanges involves
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results. They begin to chow clear preferences for certain elements such as
food, toys, and clothing. Children in this stage are working to establish independence for
example if a little boy tries to dress himself for a certain occasion but doesn’t have on the
appropriate clothes, he’ll get the opportunity denied to act on his own environment and he’ll
start to question his own abilities. Which can lead to low self-esteem and feelings of shame.
The third stage is initiative vs. guilt which last from three to six years of age.
56. The Lateral Hypothalamus is a part of the hypothalamus gland and is the portion that
controls hunger. Research has shown that damage to this area can cause reduced
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intelligence (Bartes, 2014). The process is also used objectively to give a consistent and systematic review of an organization’s competitiveness. Firms wanting to keep the existing position in the market apply competitive intelligence in their operations. They also venture into expansion in case of positive development and also create in the existing dominant position the conditions for long-term market dominance.
Competitive intelligence is a process as said in the literature research. It involves identifying the business problem, establishing competitive data sources, collecting and analyzing data, producing, actionable intelligence, communicating the results to users, implementing the
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Content Description of research division at investment banks Percentage of employees force under the research division at the firm Major research area focus on equities, fixed income, futures and etc Other areas of research that the firms focus on in investment strategy and economic The importance of research function The meaning of the concept research Who is an investment analyst? Responsibilities or functions of an investment analyst Necessary Skills for successful analysts What an industry's average data tells an analyst about a firm? Discussion of the quality and independence of research What does the quality and independence of research mean? How is a high quality and independence
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Business Research SynopsisIntroductionThis research project paper discusses the Direct-To-Customer Advertising (DTCA) of Pharmaceutical Products: Issue Analysis and Direct-To-Consumer Promotion. This synopsis defines the research, states it purpose, explains the problem, identifies the parties involved, and describes the methods used to conduct the research.Definition of the Business Research and Its PurposeThe purpose of this study was to conduct an issue analysis of DTCA. It examined the development and growth, as well as the political, economic, and public health impact of DTCA emergence in the United States.Explanation of the Business Problem under InvestigationThe DTCA has become a
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Recently, there has been a global recession. The world economy has suffered from this global recession. Many businesses have shut down or most huge amounts of money. In this research paper we will discuss the recent global recession and how it has affected companies all over the world. Companies all around the world maintain emergency systems which can help deal with such situations. These strategies are meant to prepare the organization for future events. In our paper, we will find out whether these strategies are actually helpful and how many companies actually work on them.LITERATURE REVIEWDuring the past few years the world at large has experienced a recession like never before. Major
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involves rationality (dependant on knowledge). To distinguish between good knowledge and rubbish is to make sure one makes the right research, tests, and calculations to be as adequate and accurate as possible. Also is a process that scientist over a time period collect and evaluate things to make an accurate view of the world. This method is meant to decrease biasness and prejudiceness that a scientist or experimenter might have while testing their theory. There are for steps in the Scientific Method:1. The observation and description of a phenomenon or group of phenomena.2. Formulating a hypothesis to the reason for the phenomena.3. Using the hypothesis to predict the existence of other
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PAGE PAGE 1 Airline Industry
In this research paper, I will explain how the economy has affected the airline industry by explaining the shifts and price elasticity of supply and demand as well as provide information about the positive and negative externalities. I will discuss wage inequality. The monetary and fiscal policies have had different impacts on this industry, therefore; I will explain these policies. At the conclusion of my research, will discuss my final thoughts on how the economy affects the success of the airline industry and the economic influences that can affect this industry in a negative way.The airline industry is highly competitive industry. Although it is necessary
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always a wholly benign process. For example, the features of Pugs so loved by their owners are without question a serious handicap to the dog when it comes to breathing. Likewise, inbreeding to enhance desirable attributes can sometimes also increase the likelihood of genetic disease. Genes causing hip dysplasia have been carried along with genes defining the handsome lines of Labradors. Disadvantages aside, the huge array of dog breeds illustrates that striving for genetic similarity and stability, contrary to popular belief, does not necessarily decrease diversity but actually often generates greater variety.In biological research, using genetically identical material, be it cells in a dish
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GNED 221 – Introduction to Research Design
Assignment 3: Reviewing the Research Structure
of an academic, peer-reviewed[footnoteRef:1] article in The Canadian Geographer [1: ]
Full Citation of the chosen article: Northcott, H. C., & Petruik, C. R. (2013). Trends in the residential mobility of seniors in Canada, 1961-2006. Canadian Geographer, 57(1), 43-55. doi:10.1111/j.1541-0064.2012.00449.x
Questions (5 pts. each)
Answers (in your own words)
Pg./Col[endnoteRef:1] [1: Indicate the page and, where applicable, column in the article where you found the answer to the question or the ideas that support your opinion (e.g. p. 3/c. 2)]
1. Why[endnoteRef:2] did the authors conduct this study? [2
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stable at the one-month follow-up study. The conclusions drawn from this study is that despite the limitations, the findings suggest it may be possible to improve ethnocultural empathy and relational skills in future healthcare providers.
Purnell Model and Cultural Considerations
The purpose of the Purnell model is to provide a framework for healthcare providers to learn concepts and characteristic of culture and to define circumstances that affect a person’s cultural worldview in the context of historic perspective (Ritter & Graham, 2017). Based on the Purnell model, one of the twelve domains that was used in the research is overview and heritage. This is where the concepts are related to
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Intervention of Youths at Risk of Suicide Within The Juvenile System
Jessica Nare & Nancy Le
SOCW 3308 Social Work Research Methods
Dr. Holli Slater
October 14, 2018
In our opinion, the authors’ objectives and purpose were very well thought out
and descriptive when discussing the subject matter for research methods, the critical need
for such research, and their plan for finding solutions. Our initial reaction is that this
paper is strong and informative. The flow of the paper is smooth and easy to understand
for most reading levels.
Overall, our interpretation of this paper is that the authors’ are researching
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applications. Video Games are recognized for constantly bringing new technology to the eye, and the game industry huge and is always expanding and it is attracting an enormous number of consumers . This is why the majority of work in both Augmented Reality and research and industry are focused in making games. Augmented Reality is very commonly confused with Virtual Reality. Virtual Reality is somewhat the opposite of Augmented Reality. Virtual Reality puts actual person in the real world into a virtual world, instead of putting virtual objects in the real world.
There is a specific type of game called entertainment games. Entertainment games are computer games where the purpose is to
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Period 2 English
Due: January 29, 2019
Many kids around the world are born with diseases and body dysfunctions every year and suffer most of their childhood trying to break free from them. St. Jude Children’s Hospital has helped many kids fight of dangerous diseases to help them have another chance at life. St. Jude’s mission is to advance cures and means of prevention for any catastrophic disease through research and development, and no child shall be denied treatment because of his or her race, religion, or a family's ability to pay. The motto of the medical center is , “ no child should die in the dawn of life”. The majority of their funding comes from individual
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, which facilitates encoding and subsequently better retrieval (Craik & Tulving, 1975).
For example, Craik and Tulving conducted a research that required the learners to encode words at different levels: shallow, intermediate and deep. Shallow levels required less cognitive burdening than deep its was found that retention and recall was generally higher with deeper encoding, where ‘depth refers to greater degrees of semantic involvement’ (Craik & Tulving, 1975). Richland, Bjork, Finley, & Linn, 2005 found that when conditions introduced difficulties for the learner, the rate of learning was slowed but long term retention was significantly enhanced. The introduction of ‘desirable difficulties
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Running head: AUTISM AND SLEEP
AUTISM AND SLEEP
Autism and Sleep
ENG 255 Athabasca University
Due Date: Friday January 25th 2019
An analysis of current research was conducted to examine how sleep disturbances negatively affect the day-to-day life of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Sleep problems were found to be associated with increased family, behavioural, and educational challenges. These findings suggest that further research needs to be conducted, to find effective interventions for families, to implement in order to reduce challenges related to sleep disturbances.
Sleep and Autism
Different people require different amounts of sleep. Sleep is defined as a
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with the main effects of stress and stereotype threat and one for the interaction between two. Our first hypothesis is as follows: We believe that women in a high stereotype threat group will perform worse than those under no stereotype threat on the RAT. We are hypothesizing this because of the well documented effects of stereotype threat in other studies. According to Steele and Aronson (1995), other research supports the present hypothesis by showing that factors akin to stereotype threat-that is, other factors that add self-evaluative threat to test taking or intellectual performance-are capable of disrupting that performance. Our second hypothesis testing effects of stress is as follows
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Although the thought of PTSD was very controversial when it was first talked about, the
diagnosis ended up filling a very important gap in the psychiatric theory and practice in 1980.
Before PTSD was ever officially a medical condition, people were very skeptical of the validity of
the illness until 1980 when the American Psychiatric Association added PTSD to the third
edition of its Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-III). The observation
that experiencing a traumatic event can lead to dozens of different symptoms is not new. During
the Civil War, a disorder similar to PTSD was called the ‘Da Costa's Syndrome’ from the
American internist Jacob
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Community Service Learning Agency Research Assignment: The Bethany Hope Centre
Professor: Michael Black
Community Service Learning Agency Research Assignment: The Bethany Hope Centre
There are several community service agencies throughout Ottawa that are placed to help those in need. One such organization is the Bethany Hope Centre, which is in place to support young parents and children. In this research paper, I will examine the function and role of the Bethany Hope Centre, exploring points such as the organization’s history
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and research dollars. The president should release some research on what it goes to and show us data.
During college research, many future students tend to look at tuition first which is common. But frequently fees started taking up in the larger share of the bill which was seen at public campuses. “Student fees have traditionally been used to fund specific campus programs such as student unions and recreational facilities,” Kelchen wrote in his study, “but the number and types of fees have increased substantially over the past two decades.” Says the washing post.
This usually includes fees for technology, library and athletics usage. Public colleges use fees when its necessary to raise an
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Vaccination Safety Research Assignment 2
The last thing that any parent wants to be responsible for is harm coming to their children. From the moment we meet them, the only thing that we’re concerned with is their happiness and well-being. Advances in medicine have nearly eradicated many diseases, like measles, mumps, polio, and whooping cough, but at what potential cost? The majority of Americans today choose to vaccinate their children, as even they have been vaccinated. There are many people, however, who feel that vaccines have the potential to cause more harm than they do good. These parents are making the decision to not vaccinate their children. We’re going to explore both sides of
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one of the most important thing in this group project. Also, proper communication between group members is another important thing in this group research comes along with the timing control. We are the first group to present, so we have relatively short preparation time than other groups. However, this severe problem of time shortage was not paid enough attention in our group work mainly because our communication is not enough. This mistake directly caused at the time I finally received all other group members’ work, I only had one hour to create and organize the PPT, because it was only one hour away from our presentation time.
Another important thing I learned from this group project is
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to get solutions to homework and as result reduce student capability of thinking, understanding and solving problems. Although using technology does have its downsides, it does have useful and important characteristic (Hameed, 2011).
Despite effort to not mix technology and school, “around 75 percent of educators think that technology has a positive impact in the education process. Educators also recognize the importance of developing these technological skills in students so they will be prepared to enter the workforce once they complete their schooling.” (Cox, 2017). The internet has become a helpful tool with research and hands on learning.
The internet has also allowed tasks to become
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been correlated with birth defects, particularly
Ebstein's anomaly (which is a congested heart defect where the two leaflets of the tricuspid valve
are displaced downward into the pumping chamber). A final type of therapy found is outpatient
group psychotherapy. Which seems to be the most safe, and most promising when it comes to
the rehabilitation of those affected. Research shows that group participation may help increase
compliance with lithium treatment, allowing patients to come to terms with their disorder;
decrease denial of the illness, and increase awareness of stress factors leading to manic and
depressive episodes. Group therapy for patients with bipolar disorders may allow for
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Energy drinks have become a very popular drink beverage or drink supplement in today's society particularly with the younger generation. With clever marketing commercials and advertisements regarding energy drinks, youth's of today have reshaped the market trends motivated by the economy. New trends in fashion such as t-shirts, footwear and so on due to marketing, have an influence on the way individuals spend his or her money. The business research of this article and the purpose is to inform individuals in the society that the youth's of today are spending his or her money according to how an item is marketed or advertised. For example, a commercial showing a sleepy and tired individual
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Political Science research has clearly been relevant and instrumental in understanding the interactions of humans and the world at large. Through analysis and normative change, it has contributed significantly to areas such as political behaviour, comparative politics and international relations. In using qualitative and quantitative tools, political science has increased its relevance through institutions and policies that create change and seek to understand human action. Whilst traditionally this relevance cannot be negated, a deeper analysis into the sub-discipline of gender and politics, highlights inconsistencies with political science research in its current form continuing to be of
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resources regarding this because social workers will encounter families in the school system or in any other setting.
The purpose of this research is to examine ASD and how it is impacting families. The research question; What are the experiences of parents and sibling with a child diagnosed with ASD? The goal is to empower families whose children present with ASD as well as provide further knowledge and understanding to others.
Impact on Parents:
Parents whose child is diagnosed with ASD experience difficulties and It changes the dynamics of the family in that every day activities need to be modified and the child with ASD will need extra attention and support from the parents. Each family
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, Nike, and Adidas.
Part Three: Conclusions/Discussion
I chose Lululemon to write about in my research paper because I was intrigued at how a local Vancouver company can make a worldwide brand identity like it has, and how it can grow its exports and business so rapidly and have the quality of the product and the “luxury” status of the company sustain like it has. I am a huge fan of the clothing they make, and it is extremely popular among the younger and older consumers, as well as male and female consumers. It is incredibly honourable how Lululemon has continued to grow its name without selling out to department stores or franchises. I have learned a lot about this company such as how they
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need to be taken to ensure that the high school English classroom is a space that feels accepting and comforting for our students. But the trigger warning is not a solution. In some ways, it is a cop-out” (Wolfsdorf par 6). To further why that is wrong, Wilson suggests that a lot of people agree that in order for someone to move on from past experience, it is crucial to deal with what happened and not stuff it deep down inside of you. When going through the research that was found, I came across a chart/table that explained in a Psychology classroom, graphic material doesn’t scare away students from taking that class. Knowing the topics that could be discussed, entices students to take the
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, chemotherapy, and stem-cell transplant. Also mentioned were some types of cancers, and what they do. I also told you how cancer is formed, and how difficult it is to get rid of it. Cancer is a very hard thing to get rid of, depending on where it is and how big it is. I feel sympathy for those who have cancer and I hope they get better. And to the families of those who have cancer, I feel bad for you. Your family is in my prayers.
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Freedman, Jeri. Ovarian Cancer. New York: The Rosen Publishing Group, 2009.
Harmon, Daniel E. Leukemia. New York: The Rosen Publishing Group, 2012.
Hanson, Heather. Causes of Cancer. New York: The Rosen Publising Group
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Dr. Eric Lee
22 November 2015
Decoding Adult Themes within a Children’s Tale
Although Christina Rosetti’s “Goblin Market” was originally published as a children’s poem in 1862, a close reading and critical research suggests more complex adult themes throughout the poem. Many interpretations have claimed that Goblin’s Market is simply another form of the well-known Adam and Eve story of Creation within the Bible. Other interpretations suggest that Goblin’s Market has strong feminist undertones possibly demonizing men and empowering women. Another plausible analysis of the poem suggests the content points to the dangers of addiction and the
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about how to be clean and healthy while having sex
There is a higher risk for males who decided to have sexual intercourse with each other than a male who decided to have sexual intercourse with another female. There was research conducted, they used a “descriptive exploratory design to investigate co-occurring high-risk behaviors in the type of sexual network” (Brady & Shattell. (2016). The record has individuals who were gay, bisexual and transgender it showed that males who had sex with each other receive it more. It proved that individuals who had sex from anal and not vagina would contract the infest easier due to the fact of the location.
Syphilis is a very dangerous STD, and
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Analyse and present research information
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Research objectives 1
Company policy and procedures 1
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Gathered information for problem analysis, interpretation and dissemination 1
Used a range of business technology to gather, collate and analyse information 1
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Kerry Logistics is Asia’s premier logistics service provider. We offer end-to-end supply chain solutions for multinational corporations and international brands – from sourcing and manufacturing, to selling across the globe.
With head offices in Hong
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Forensic evaluations are often very crucial in the outcome of many court cases. This article will discuss the importance of forensic evaluations. It will also explain how and when forensic evaluations are completed. There is also a discussion of the roles in which the psychologist and the lawyer play in the performance of a psychological evaluation.What is a forensic evaluation? What types of forensic evaluations are there? What is informed consent and how does it apply to forensic evaluations? How is competency defined and how is it tested? What documentation style is used in research reporting in the field of psychology? This paper will explore the different aspects of a forensic
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Association also joined the low-salt appeal. They believe that sodium salt is connected with heart disease, circulator disorder, stroke and even early death.By many doctors and researchers are now beginning to feel that salt has gone too far. At the University of Alabama, a short-term research has been done on 150 people on the effect of the intake of salt related to high blood pressure. Result shows that those with normal blood pressure experience no change at all when placed in a extremely low salt diet, or later when salt was introduced, Of the hypertensive subjects, half of those on the low salt diet did experience a drop in blood pressure, which returned to its previous leel when salt
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People depend on natural resources for their survival. The Earth’s ecological cycle cleans the air we breathe, recycles and purifies the water we drink, provides us with food and fuel. The diversity of natural resources also provides economic and community benefits through the use of resources in forestry, farming, and fishing. This research is based on Sustainable Development, Millennium Development Goals, Sustainable Development Goals and South African National Development Plan: vision 2030 as well its objective.
Questin1 Sustainable Development
a) According to Myrdal (1974:729) development is a process that creates growth, progress, positive changes, economic, social and
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PAGE PAGE 1 Social Anxiety Disorder
Running head: SOCIAL ANXIETY DISORDERSocial Anxiety Disorder Research Paper June 20, 2011Social Anxiety DisorderSocial anxiety disorder (SAD) is an illness in which those affected are excessively self-conscious and overwhelmingly anxious in everyday social situations. While Medication cannot cure SAD, it is sometimes used to relieve the symptoms but will return if the medication is stopped, (NIMH, 2011, p. 1). I would advocate that Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is the best treatment method for SAD because it is difficult to get a success rate on medication as a result of the number of different types, the different reactions, side effects, and dependency
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Death of a Salesman Debate: Research for the Third Point (Negative Team) *Note* I also covered for the debater for this point.Resolved: In Arthur Miller's Play Death of a Salesman, Willy Loman is responsible for the adult lives of his sons, Biff and Happy Loman.Third Point for the Negative Team (Ideas contributed to the debate): As a responsible and excellent father, Willy Loman did his best to guide his sons, especially Biff, to achieve success in their adult lives. However, as adults, it is up to Biff and Happy to be motivated enough and take the initiative to follow Willy's advice and work hard to pursue success. There is copious textual evidence that shows us that Willy's sons
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John Howard Griffin's story engaged in explanatory research. "Explanatory research aims to explain human behaviour" Mr. Griffin wanted to further find out how whites treated blacks. He used the sociological perspective and a macro structural approach in his research. John Howard Griffin's research question was whether blacks were treated differently based on their skin color or was this treatment justified by their mental capacity. He wanted to discover what it was like to be a black person, judged only on the basis of his skin color and not his inner self. He also wanted to further probe the reason for the high suicide tendency in the black community.In his research design, Mr
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This essay is about the use of animals in medical research. This essay talks about why labortatory animals are needed to help in the discovery of vaccines and cures, easing the burdern of chronic deseases, and ensuring humans a safe food supply. Includes the benefits and contributions animals have in medical research.Since the ancient Greeks, experimental animals have been very important to our understanding of the biological processes that makes life possible. In a world growing more complex daily, laboratory animals are needed more than ever to help in the discovery of vaccines and cures for the plagues of today and those to come, not to mention in both easing the burden of chronic
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Reece Luehman ID: 216233374 ACC303
Research Question: How much of concern is privacy and surveillance to young people using social media?
H1: Tertiary educated university students (IV) have a high awareness (DV) of personal privacy and/or surveillance and will take steps to guard it on Social Media.
H0: Tertiary educated university students (IV) have a low awareness (DV) of personal privacy and/or surveillance and take minimal steps to guard it on Social Media.
This article is centred around the ever-increasing important issue of privacy and surveillance in modern day society. Throughout this article I will be analysing and investigating the data and information collected