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HONG KONG INSTITUTE OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATIONHIGHER DIPLOMA IN LEGAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE STUDIESADVOCACYCourt Visit ReportNB:Students shall attend a "chambers hearing" and complete a report of such visit.The report and this cover sheet must be handed in to the Department of Business Administration by 4:00 p.m. on Monday, 22 April 2013. Marks will be deducted for late submission.Write your name, student number, course code and class number on this cover sheet.Email submission is not allowed. Please keep a copy of your report.Plagiarism is a very serious offence. Make sure that your report is your own work and no one could copy any part of your report.6. Some masters do not like or permit...
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Due to the current economic situation, I felt like my dream of having a college degree, steady income, perfect life-partner, and house broken dog would be all but impossible to reach within the next few years. Thankfully, all paths of destiny got a jumpstart when "Project eXcellence" hired me as a strategic analyst. My first assignment was to "take the bull by the horns" and implement our company's mission in the tiny island of Kava. Kava is a tiny island nation in the South Pacific, and a possible target of investment for my newfound employer. During my tenor with the Kava Project, I will be working under the supervision of Alex, the Director of...
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Marketing Assignment 2This assignment will be ground on description of the potential critical success factors when entering in an international market. The issues in the context of artistry in international market and will go ahead to justify why the critical success factors must be assessed and understood before it must be approved.To be more competitive in the market, there are some modes of entry into a foreign market that the company must put into consideration.Joint ventures, leasing, alliance, franchising and moreJoint venture, is an agreement between two parties, to develop for a finite, a new entity and asset by contributing equity, that is to say that, two company has to come...
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Poetry Assignment In this assignment I will gracefully compare and contrast two short poems. In my selection for the poems, I kept in mind that the two poems needed to have something in common metaphorically or thematically. After many hours of browsing I came upon two poems that contained an ultimately strange connection metaphorically and in content. Interestingly, the two also had numerous differences. The first poem I encountered was "The Sick Rose" written by William Blake in 1794. Soon after, I read "Fog" (1916) by Carl Sandburg and I began to notice an exciting connection filled with various exceptions of chief differences. Although the poems were written more than a century apart...
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ASSIGNMENT 1 LANGUAGE RELATED TASKSNAME: SAPNA DILEESHDATE : 5TH APRIL 2014Part 1: GrammarHe's just gone out (Pre-intermediate)a). Analysis of Meaning:He was here, but left a short time ago.Just - short time ago (Murphy Raymond, English Grammar in Use, Intermediate, Cambridge University Press, 2003)b). Conveying Meaning:My husband left his office 10 minutes ago. I called his office now. His secretary said, "He's just gone out."c). Checking meaning:Is my husband at office now? (No)Was he at his office a short time ago? (Yes)Did he leave a long time ago? (No)d). Form:He's just gone outPresent Perfect Simple with justIn the present perfect, 'just' comes between the auxiliary verb ('have') and...
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ContentsTITLE AND BACKGROUND 1PRELIMINARY REVIEW OF LITERATURE 2DEFINITION OF TQM 2THE CONCEPTS AND CORE PRINCIPLES OF TQM 3CUSTOMER SATISFACTION AS THE MAIN OBJECTIVE OF TQM 4TQM SUSTAINABILITY 6TQM SUCCESS AND FAILURE 6CUSTOMER FOCUS IN TQM 7RESEARCH QUESTIONS AND OBJECTIVES 8Research Questions 8Research Objectives 9RESEARCH PLAN 10Perspective 10Research Design and Data Collection Methods 11PRIMARY DATA 11SECONDARY DATA 12Sampling 12Validity and Reliability 13Ethical Considerations 13REFERENCES 14TITLE: The TQM (Total Quality Management) of Multinational Automobile Manufacturing Companies in the light of the present global economic situation: How well TQM is being managed? Case studies of...
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Customer loyalty according to Loyalty Research Centre (2014) “can be defined as customers continuing to believe that one organisation’s product/service offer remains the best option. It meets their value purchasing decision”. Consumer Loyalty (2014) breaks this definition down to its simplest form by stating, “Consumer loyalty is all about attracting the right customers, getting them to buy, buy often, buy higher quantities and bring even more customers”. They go on to list five ways in which loyalty can be built (see figure 1). However this paper looks to exemplify the benefits that learning theory presents when improving customer loyalty with particular emphasis on behavioural...
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Case Study: Chapter 7Ranjit SinghMG615-144 - Managing in the Global EnvironmentProfessor Michael Altamirano3/8/14The Nokia-Microsoft Alliance in the Global Smartphone Industry.1. Do a swot analysis of the nokia-microsoft strategic alliance in the global mobile phone industry?The Nokia-Microsoft analysis has benefited from Microsoft software expertise. Microsoft has its name and brand well established in the cell phone industry. Nokia as well is a global player in this industry. Nokia was the largest manufacture of cell phones in to 2012. Both companies needed a partner that complemented them in the areas they lacked expertise. Nokia has been interested in introducing Windows software to...
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Case Study: Chapter 2Case study: Nike's CSR Challenge1. Discuss the challenges regarding corporate social responsibility that companies in the apparel industry face in its supply chains around the world?A corporation's supply chain may be defined as the series of companies including suppliers, customers and logistics providers that work together to deliver a value package of goods and services to the end customer (Simchi-Levi et al., 2002). Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is the initiative of a corporation to take responsibility for the company's effect on the environment and their impact on social welfare (investopedia). CSR has become the hot topic in the MNCs environment because...
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LESSON PLANGENERAL INFORMATIONEducational Institution :"SAN JOSE DE NAZARETH" - TACNAArea : ENGLISHGrade : 1st grade secondaryDate : February 17TH , 2012Duration : 35 minutesTeacher : Jessica Lazo Nieto.Cross transversal topic : Summer daysGENERAL CAPABILITIESCreative thinkingCritical thinkingCAPABILITY OF THE AREAOral expression and comprehensionText comprehensionWritten productionEXPECTED OUTCOMEStudents will be able to describe past actions using the simple past form with regular verbs in a communicative way, pronouncing correctly the three ending sound of the regular verbs.LESSON PLANLevel: Beginner Grade: 1stgrade (Elementary)Aim: To pronounce correctly the ED ending soundsLanguage...
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The students I have chosen are from the elementary level course. These two women (whose real names were omitted), were interviewed about their educational background as well as about their needs to improve their English skills. I named these students as Ana and Bruna. They have been observed along the period from September 26th to October 10th.Ana's backgroundAna is a 35-year-old Brazilian woman who didn't attend college and at the moment works as a systems analyst. She studied English two years ago for a short period at an Institute of Languages. She also knows some Spanish because of her job. She has to communicate with South American countries, but at the moment English it is her...
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Group:Nguyễn Thị Minh HuyềnĐỗ Thị Hoài ThươngTrần Thuý VânTăng Thị ThuNguyễn Thị PhượngOUTLINE OF RESEARCHTopic : MethodologyTitle: Common errors made by students in photographs part 1 in Toeic Listening TestResearch questions- What are the common errors that students often make?- What are the reasons why these errors are made?Instruments- Participant: student of talent class from faculty of Math…………- Data collection: Tests (quantitative)Procedure- Collect some listening tests of students of talent class from faculty of Math…..- Synthesize data (...
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Week 4: Coaching Summary ReportLDR6120: Developing Bench StrengthSubmitted byPrapatsorn RatanasaitPresented toProf. John EllsworthJuly 27, 2014College of Professional StudiesNortheastern UniversityNowadays, coaching is a very important skill for leaders of the future. To build many great leaders, we need great coaching as well. Coaching can represent in many roles whether boss and employee, parent and child, teacher and student, or some other relationships. From my own experience, besides challenged to lead a team from the previous course, I would like to talk about myself and my younger brother. We are always arguing when we have a discussion together. When he was in a last year of high...
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How has the role of teachers changed, what factors have entered into the changing role of teachers. That is the topic of this lesson. To complete this lesson you will:
write a review of a journal article.
THE 21st CENTURY LIBRARIAN
The classroom teacher is not the only professional in the school whose role is changing. Look at this video to see how the school librarian's role has changed in the modern school.
The 21st Century Librarian
JOURNAL ARTICLE REVIEW 1
"Codes of Ethics"
Topic: Teacher's Code of Ethics.
Instructions: You are to locate a scholarly journal article on the topic "Teacher's Code of Ethics" and write a 500-word summary of the article. ...
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Cultural Industries – Theory Assignment
The dominant traditions have an important role to many economies in terms of assessing change and continuity that involves the growth of prosperity and employment in the cultural industries. The process to determine the best solution may be complicated and tiresome as controversy surrounds these traditions. Profit generating and control may be the main reasons of these approaches, but they also carry an important characteristic in how society understands “the relationships between culture, society and economy.” (Hesmondhalgh, 2007, p.6) Many compare and contrast on whether political economy or cultural studies approaches are more useful towards...
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Supply and Demand Assignment• Visit http://www.bized.co.uk/learn/economics/markets/mechanism/interactive/part1.htm and read the material posted about supply and demand. Explore the concepts of supply and demand by using the interactive features on the graphs. Use the questions following the diagrams to guide your exploration. Visit parts 1, 2, & 3 of the Web site.• Fill in the matrix and answer the questions in Appendix C. Describe how changes in price and/or quantity of various goods and services will affect either supply or demand and the equilibrium price. Use the graphs from the interactive activity as a tool to help you visualize the changes in price and quantity.If the...
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Innovation and Enterprise
For my Innovation and Enterprise assignment I intend to create a portfolio in order display my potential skills in sound design. My portfolio should show potential employers the skills I possess and also convince them to select me for a job.
My unique selling point will be the portfolio itself. For my portfolio I will use a couple pieces that I have already made previously in my university career, and also three new pieces, which will I will create in the following months. This will also tie in with my final project as I am also creating a portfolio displaying my skills at video to audio by doing another portfolio with some pieces being used for both...
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Purpose: You will write a four-page MLA style report on a topic of you choice along with three areas of the topic, with teacher approval on a submitted memo. You will do a smart search for information and write a five section report on the topic using proper MLA style format as well as correct spelling, grammar, punctuation, and capitalization. Good writing is also an expected criterion for this assignment.
Project: 100 points
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1. Save as MLAReportMemo.docx. Select a topic and type a memo to Mrs. Wiscount telling her 1) the topic of your report, 2) why you would like to research and write about this topic, and 3) what three areas you will cover in your...
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Romero Character Assignment Oscar Romero was born in Ciudad Barrios in East El Salvador on 15 August 1917. He was the second of seven children. He decided at thirteen to enter the priesthood.Romero was an extremely loyal and dedicated man. He was willing to try absolutely everything in his power to help the people of El Salvador although he knew that his life was at risk every minute. He was like a God to the poor people of El Salvador as he helped to build peace, courage, strength and a great sense of well-being - you could say he was like their security blanket."I am bound, as a pastor, by divine command to give my life for those whom I love, and that is all Salvadorians, even those who...
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After reading about the abstinence experience assignment, giving up the daytime show “The Young and the Restless” came to mind. However, my immediate answer to myself was “no way.” I attempted to think of something else that would be more difficult. I find it odd that dieting did not come to mind during my pre-contemplation stage. I kept trying to come up with something other than giving up my favorite show. I attempted to minimize the impact that missing the show would have on me by telling myself that the Young and the Restless show really is not be a big deal ; I needed to find something else that would give me a true feel for what a person who is attempting to abstain...
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SUBJECT ASSIGNMENT: LEARNING STRATEGIESIn the area of second language acquisition, various and important investigations have shown that developing learning strategies is crucial in the process of language learning. The conscious use of this strategies lead to language proficiency as O'Malley and Chamot said (1990),"Strategies are the tools for active, self-directed involvement needed for developing L2 communicative ability."The time involved in strategy instruction is closely related to student's needs. In my experience, students need strategy instructions at regular intervals. They have no clue about the existence of strategies that may lead to language proficiency. For that reason, I think...
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Assignment 1 required you to assess the marketing orientation of your organisation. This dictates how it views it's customers and competitors.Assignment 2 requires you to consider competing solutions from the perspective of the customer and to construct a perceptual map of the purchase situation. You should do this for:-a) your own organisation (or one well known to you)b) a recent purchase of your ownIntroduce the purchase situation and examine the factors that are important to customers when evaluating a purchase. Then consider whether the supplying organisation holds the same perspective - Table 6.1 in Jobber reminds us that the perception of these factors can be very different in the...
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Speech analysis has a type called the voice stress analysis that detects stress in the form of micro tremors in the speech of a person. It is important to note that the voice stress analysis is equivalent to polygraph. Both polygraph and stress have a common problem of not being able to point out deception. This notwithstanding, the speech analysis is apparently being used by both the Federal Bureau of Investigations and the Central Intelligence Agency of the United States. The fact that each and every person possesses a unique voiceprint makes the identification of a speaker to be theoretically possible. This can be achieved through acoustic analysis of the intonation counters, pitch and...
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Andrew Ong Year 11 Economics Budget Research Assignment
The Federal Commonwealth 2007-08 budget was announced by Peter Costello for the 07/08 financial year on 8TH May 2007. In a period of economic growth the government will want to sustain the expansion to ensure the security of Australians in the future.A budget is a financial plan where revenue and expenditure are planned and itemized. A budget's purpose is to have a set goal that can be achieve within a set time. Forecasting or predicting expected future events and knowing where the revenue would come from and where the revenue should be spent is important to continue cash flow. There are two main types of budget; personal and...
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Planning and writing your essay Unless you have truly remarkable powers of handling multiple sources of information simultaneously in your working memory, you will need to follow your research and note taking by making out a plan before you begin to write an essay. Indeed, it is a false economy to spend little or no time on the plan, thinking that you will sort out any gaps or fuzzy bits during the process of writing - you are more likely to get stuck or wander away from your line of argument/discussion. Time spent on effective planning should quickly repay itself by greatly cutting down writing time.
Answering the question To understand what a good plan looks like, you need to be clear on...
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IntroductionCopyright is a important legal issue in our life and business world. The trends of the world are all being electronically. However, as the internet user increase dramatically, many people are neglect copyright law. In this assignment, we are going to investigate Copyright Law.Define "Copyright"According to research copyright define "Copyright is a protection that covers published and unpublished literary, scientific and artistic works, whatever the form of expression, provided such works are fixed in a tangible or material form."The purpose of a copyright is to allow a person or entity to profit from their work. A person can refer to a copyright as a system of property. Like...
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MBA: Strategic Management
Markets differ in a variety of ways including the degree of concentration and competitiveness, a fact which is reflected in the concept of ‘market structure’. Economists’ models link the structural characteristics of a market to the behaviour of firms in that market and subsequently to their performance. A key question therefore is how far a firm’s strategic decisions are shaped by the structure of the market in which it operates.
You are required to undertake a detailed examination of the changing nature of the long-haul transatlantic airline market. The market you are required to investigate comprises only the international...
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This photograph is from the December/January 2009 issue of Teen Vogue and is on page 80. The model is a young woman who catches ones eye with her awkward stance, as she is slouched forward and one of her knees is bent in toward the other at a large angle, and with her gaping mouth and joyful facial expression. One can see immediately that the intended audience is the relatively young female population who would enjoy dressing up in a nice dress and high heels and simply having fun. One can also come to this conclusion from the fact that this advertisement is in Teen Vogue, a magazine solely dedicated to the wishes and aspirations of teenage girls. This also connects to the fact that...
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Cover SheetCourse Title: BA Media & Cultural StudiesModule/Subject Title: Social Theory I: Classical Social TheoryAssignment Title: Compare two theories of two authors (Freud and Marx)No of words: 2026Social Theory Continuous Assessment AssignmentThe two theories I am going to compare for this assignment are the theories of Karl Marx and Sigmund Freud. As individuals, they both were dissatisfied with the societies they lived in. It was more obvious that Marx was the one who really felt that society was going the completely wrong way but Freud was more cynical in his view of human nature. We know that both of these men where great philosophers and thinkers but it seems that there deep...
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My first job as an ethnographer is to make a personal decision about my ethnography, whose starting point is where I will carry it out. I start off this assignment clueless as to what field I will choose and set off to Dublin as it has the highest concentration of possible choices. However after a few uneventful hours walking around some of Dublin's public institutions my notebook remains unfurnished by notes of any kind. The tools of the trade; people are everywhere but I find it difficult to account for their chaos. Finally overwhelmed by the sheer profusion of idiosyncrasies I have already witnessed I go to the library to assess the few notes I have assembled thus far.Once in the library...
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At this time, I am not able to make an educated vote. I believe by asking questions and trying to gain full knowledge is a smart decision on behalf of this community. At this time I am leaning towards approving the decision to use the insecticide spray Malathion. The reason being that it is a very reasonable way to cut down the exposure of West Nile virus.
I have many questions concerning this topic. My first is how has this insecticide been tested and what were the results? Another question is regarding a trial run, is there anyway that one can be performed to see just how productive this would be for the community....
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Foundations of Education Lesson 4: Assignment Worksheet
• How have you seen family influences impact your students’ learning? (If you are not currently teaching, relate how you have seen family influences impact learning in your own school experiences or the experiences of others.)
I have been fortunate in that most of my students’ families had positive impacts on their education (or at the very least, a neutral impact). Most families I dealt with were involved in their child’s schooling and a supportive influence for homework and other assignments. I found very few “helicopter parents” among our population, which surprised me considering the high SES level of our overall...
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As I began this assignment I expected to find some drastic differences in each of the mediums during this five-year period. While many of the changes that I anticipated did occur, there were many more that came as a surprise. From 1948 until 1952 there was a freeze on licenses being issued by the FCC. Thus, I expected to see a large growth in the number of television stations and anticipated a slight decline in the number of radio stations.However, as I examined the radio listings I was shocked to discover that the number of radio stations increased from 12 AM and 12 FM stations in 1949 to 21 AM stations and 14 FM stations in 1954. The total number of hours that local radio stations aired...
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THE CHANGING NATURE OF WORK ASSIGNMENT"The nature of work in Australia has changed and will continue to change."(Leader statement)The nature of work and its role in society are changing in ways that have sparked considerable debate among social critics and scholars from multiple disciplines who study work.Work and its role in society has become the subject of considerable public commentary and debate in recent years. Some people believe that the world of work is changing so thoroughly and quickly that we should consider ourselves pioneers of a new historical era. Some say that the idea of a job has become old-fashioned that job security has become deceptive, and that, as manufacturing gives...
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The Color Purple Literature Assignment 1
Alice Walker published The Color Purple in 1982, although the book was set in the early 1900’s. The time is set in the early 1900’s because racism and sexism was a significantly greater widespread problem. Alice Walker vividly portrayed the theme of racism by using setting, harsh language, and the letter format.
The setting and time period of the novel creates instances in the atmosphere where racism is usual, creates disagreements, and affects people’s decisions. Racism is common and apparent in society during the early nineteen hundreds, which justifies the characters actions and discriminations against both women and African Americans. Celie...
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INTERNATIONAL STRTEGYASSIGNMENT: Case study: WaitroseWord count: 2945Abstract:This assignment describes focus differentiation strategic models used at Waitrose organisation and its competitive industry. Waitrose environmental is analysed by internal and external factors. Different types of methods have been discussed in this assignment (e.g. PESTEL analysis, SWOT analysis).Introduction:Waitrose founded in 1904 by Wallace Waite, Arthur Rose and David Taylor. Today its one of the UK's leading food retailers and part of the John Lewis partnership established in 1929. A company held in trust for the benefit of its employees and one of the top ten UK retail businesses, has over 185 Waitrose...
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Fantasy novel assignment: Sabriel, Garth Nix.1. Identify the fantasy elements in the novel and discuss why these particular books belong in the fantasy genre.Magic, Free magic and Charter magic: In this novel there are two forms of magic, one of the forms is Charter magic it is the most common form, many people have some small form of Charter magic. Charter magic is very powerful if there is a lot of it. Charter magic is connected with the Great Charter and Charter stones. Free magic is a form of magic, it is very powerful and very few posses it. Most who posses it turn it to evil work. These are fantasy elements as there is no such thing as magic in the real world.Necromancers: Necromancy...
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1. Explain why any one species cannot live everywhere.Any species cannot live everywhere because this would effect the natural balance. Also one species cannot adapt to all the different environments of our planet. For example a marine creature can only live underwater and cannot live on ground.2. Explain how the activities of some species can lead to: a) an increase b) a decrease in the population size of another species.Some species act as population controllers of other species. There must be a 'balance' between the two and this is important to a healthy landscape. The decrease in the population is caused by the food chain, for example when a tiger preys on a zebra the population...
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On a recent trip to Hawaii, my colleagues and I had discovered a new class of arthropod inhabiting the volcano at Mt. St. Helens. We had decided to go vacationing in Hawaii as a learning experience to study the creatures inhabiting the volcano. While site-seeing, we spotted a strange type of creature crawling on a tree from where we stood. We decided to take a closer look and concluded that this creature happened to be in fact an arthropod because it shared all of the characteristics that normal arthropods have. Looking closer at this creature, we concluded that it didnt fit any of the classes of the three arthropod subphylums. We captured the arthropod so that we could study and try...
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Language is a huge barrier that could potentially limit a person from truly experiencing other parts of the world. Jesus Lopez has Venezuela in his blood. There had always been a cryptic, vague presence of this country in his life, translated by food, pictures framed on his walls, and through a constant stream of communication between his parents and eldest brother that he nearly never understood. When interviewing Mike, it was evident that he went through a transition. When he moved to Villa Marina, it wasn't as simple as letting the country happen to him, he had to change and adjust himself to thoroughly gain admission to the culture and lifestyle of this South American coastal town. I...
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1) Explain 6 reasons why it is beneficial to be fit rather than unfitBeing fit can benefit one's body in many ways:Strengthening your heart and cardiovascular system -Physical load resulting in increased heart rate and breathing rate cause the body to recover and reach levels of functional capability unattainable before the training. As a result, one is able to sustain effort of greater intensity for longer periods and achieve the same level of physical output with lower levels of physical effort. Also, as a result of appropriate recovery from the physical load, the heart muscle becomes stronger, the blood vessels become more elastic (ie. Capable of handling greater range of blood pressure)...
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The purpose of this paper is to explore the various stages of the budgeting process and attempt to evaluate their effectiveness. I will further evaluate the level and validity of detailed assumptions used to create budget estimates. I will discuss the role of the budget as an analytic tool and explain how the budget can be used to evaluate organizational performance, eliminate inefficiencies in an organization's performance, and explain the budget's role in the business control cycle. I will further analyze control mechanisms that can be put in place to monitor and evaluate the budget, and describe how budget can be used in the performance accountability and reward process. Finally, I...
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Executive SummaryAlthough it is difficult to predict the probability of success for a movie before it has been created, there are factors in previous movies that have been considered. The quality of the movie and appeal of the story line are obvious influences but are difficult to measure. This report analyses the influence of some measurable factors in the ratings of TV movies. It examines the importance of a movie being fact or fiction on the ratings. A decision must be made whether or not Edgar Scherick should invest $10,000 in a fact based movie or should pitch a fictional movie with no fee for the rights. If the pitch is successful Scherick could obtain $500,000 - $600,000 in...
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Criminal AssignmentDick should be advised that he could be liable for Indecent Assault. Although no force was used against the boy, creating fear is sufficient and the boy may have been frightened of Dick. However, Dick will be strictly liable under the Indecency with Children Act 1960. By s.1 of this statute "any person who commits an act of gross indecency with or towards a child under the age of fourteen, or who incites a child under that age to such an act with him or another, shall be liable". Dick could not argue consent because under this act the boy is too young. Speck (1977) 2 ALL ER 859. There is no requirement that the victim, for example, accepts the accused's invitation to...
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Charles & Keith, a well-recognized women’s footwear brand was established in 1996 in Singapore Amara shopping centre by the two young brothers, Charles Wong and Keith Wong. The company began its foreign market venture in 2000. To date, Charles and Keith has a presence in more than 20 major cities around the world. The brand are well-known internationally today with the vision “to be the most admired fashion-forward company” and the mission “to offer high quality products and services, with a commitment to perfection” in mind all the time (Charles & Keith, 2013).
2.0 MARKETING CONCEPTS - THE MARKETING MIX
According to Blythe (2012), marketing is a management process which...
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Table Of ContentsWhat is Ergonomics?...........................................................................................................2Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)..........................................................................................2Work Station Exercise...............................................................................5Proper Desktop Position ............................................................................6Chair Position................................................................................6Keyboard...
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BereniceVocabulary List:1.Monastic- of or pertaining to monasteries.2.Erudition- knowledge acquired by study, research, etc.3.Ardent- having, expressive of, or characterized by intense feeling.4.Reverie- a state of dreamy meditation or fanciful musing.5.Cloister- any quiet, secluded place.6.Tumultuous- marked by disturbance and uproar.7.Sylph- a slender, graceful woman or girl.8.Naiad- a female swimmer, esp. an expert one.9.Simoom- A strong, hot, sand-laden wind of the Sahara and Arabian deserts.10.Malady- any disorder or disease of the body.11.Monomania- (no longer in technical use) a psychosis characterized by thoughts confined to one idea or group of ideas.12.Ascendancy-...
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What obligations do you feel the bank has to ensure that its employees are not harmed, for instance, by having their chances for advancement limited by the social customs of a host country?Sara Strong did the right thing and followed orders and tried to comply to the best of her ability with no success. Because of Security Bank of the American Continent's actions Sara Strong suffered and the Bank had an obligation to her and their employees but failed. Security Bank of the American Continent had an obligation to all employees to make sure that everyone was receiving fair treatment and their employees were not being subjected to the culture down falls of Mexico.Sara Strong had her rights...