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Grant Money

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intervention used to address the program outcome, school and community leadership in its application to improving Hispanic 8th grade females is a creation of a community/school task force, or focus group to address these issues.

To make this decision I used mostly my intuition as it guided me towards this answer. Its simple and the research suggests it can be effectively and economically put into place.

This intervention is superior because it does not exist in the current school's system. Its superiority is measured by the amount of effort that is being placed in the intervention.

This intervention will draw upon selected members of the school's faculty extra time. This task force may need to replenish this resource.

Grant Proposal Draft

Executive Summary

The purpose of this proposal is to inform you about the efforts that our school is making to help achieve new levels of success. We are looking…… [Read More]


Module 3 Reference Sheet.

Ramirez, R. (2012). Hispanic Kids Lag Without Early Literacy Support. National Journal 17 Oct 2012. Retrieved from 

Tresaugue, M. (2005). Hispanic Literacy In U.S. shows Troubling Signs. Chron, 16 Dec 2005. Retrieved from
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Grant Sources for Police Work

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Grant Proposal Criminal Justice

The need for criminal justice programs to secure grant money is evident in the current police department that I have begun working for. This essay will relate a specific grant proposal for this Police Department's request for police equipment regarding a new locker room. The current locker room is in disrepair and there are no funds in the budget to address problem. The human services department has been assigned the responsibility to find grant funding for this project.

Problem Description

Discuss the importance of locker room and its impact on better performance.

The current locker room causes issues with time scheduels.

The female locker room is state of the art while the male locker room is broken down.

Funding Breakdown

A. Describe how funds will be used.

B. Budget proposal of how funds.

Construction Operations

Problems, Issues and Concerns.



Goals, Objectives and Tasks

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Phillips, S. W., & Gayadeen, S. M. (2015). Federal funding and the local political culture The decision to access COPS grants in a time of federalism. International Journal of Police Science & Management, 1461355714566779.

US Department of Justice. COPS, Grants & Funding. Viewed 15 Sep 2015 Retrieved from 

US Department of Justice. Office of Justice Programs, Grants 101. Viewed 15 Sep 2015. Retrieved from
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Grant Evaluation Program Evaluation Overall

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Ensuring that 100% of group participants will be able identify at least one safety, nutrition, or parenting concern at each session will be evaluated by:

In-session prompting for each group participant to identify at least one such concern

Ongoing recordkeeping and evaluation of failures to meet this objective, with immediate additional interventions initiated after one incident of failure

Program leader/coordinator evaluations that ensure proper practices, methodologies and knowledge areas are incorporated into every group session

Collection Personnel and Methodologies

Data will be collected in various forms by all program leaders and instructors, with certain data collected during group sessions and other data collected through later interviews. The same individual tasked with overall program design will also be responsible for external data collection and coordination with other offices and organizations that offer similar or related services. The education coordinator will be responsible for the ongoing collection, collation, and analysis of internal…… [Read More]

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Grant and Wilson I Propose That Doing

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Grant and ilson

I propose that doing a comparison of Presidents Ulysses S. Grant and oodrow ilson would allow for a comprehensive understanding of how the leadership styles of these two men shaped the United States of America during their respective administrations. They will be compared in terms of their public and political leadership, how they functioned as Chief Executive and the leader of the Executive Branch, and how they functioned as Chief Legislator including their relationship with Congress.

Public and Political Leader:

During his initial run for office, Grant was a very popular man with the American public. He was considered a hero of the Civil ar. His accomplishments included expansion of Republicanism into the south which yielded the first elections of black Congressmen. However, his administration was marred by corruption and he has gone down in history as one of the least effective presidents politically (ilentz 2010).

Like…… [Read More]

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Blackmon, Douglas A. (2009). Slavery by Another Name: the Re-Enslavement of Black

Americans from the Civil War to World War II. Anchor Books. 357-58.

Cooper, John (2009). Woodrow Wilson: A Biography.

Link, Arthur (1945). "The Baltimore Convention of 1912." American Historical Review. 50(4):
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Rfps Writing Proposals Is a

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It is imperative that the proposal writer makes certain the proposal is a good fit for the funding organization. There are many worthwhile causes in the world and even the richest foundations fund only a relatively few. For best results, writers will help develop proposals that align closely with the funder's mission. Writers should look at the mission of their own organization, and consider its objectives, goals and strategic tasks as they seek funders. Successful proposals match projects to an organization's mission as well as match them to a grantor's mission. It usually does not work to create a proposal just for the sake of applying for a grant. eaders of proposals will have difficulty in justifying funding when the missions of grantor and grantee are too far apart.

Writers will work with proponents within their own organization to develop programs or project ideas that will appeal to grantors. The…… [Read More]


Coley, S.M., & Scheinberg, C.A. (2008). Proposal Writing: Effective Grantsmanship.

Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc.
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Completing the Request for Proposal

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esponding to equests for Proposal (FPs)

In accomplishing equests for Proposal or FPs, specific steps must be planned ahead of time to ensure that the proposal that will be developed is not only compliant to the standards set by the funding organization or agency, but also to ensure that the proposal is of exceptional quality that it would result to a successful outcome of the bid for the project/program.

One of the first steps one must take in preparing the proposal is to read carefully through the FP guidelines. As Henson (1997) asserted in his article, the proposal writer must "follow the FP guidelines precisely" (137). All donor agencies and grant funders require applicants to strictly follow the FP guidelines, otherwise this could lead to disqualification of the organization or individual to bid. Usually, the requirements involve official documents that prove the organization's existence and work in a particular…… [Read More]


Henson, K. (1997). "The art of writing grant proposals, Part II." Contemporary Education, Vol. 68, No. 2.
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Parent Program Components

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Grant Proposal for Strengthening the Family Unit

Program Design and Implementation

The overall design and structure of the program will orbit around multiple activities and methodologies which are designed to fortify the overall family unit, most notably the parental unit. Parenting is an extremely challenging endeavor and one which can put a considerable strain on a marriage -- even the strongest marriage. Thus, one of the foremost aspects of the program in general will consist of a parenting skills training program to minimize behavior problems in young children (particularly when these children are at the most difficult age) by bolstering the level of parent self-efficacy through beneficial parenting behaviors and overall child discipline strategies (NEPP, 2012).

Many of the strategies used in this case will be modeled after the Chicago Parent Program (CPP), which is an extremely well organized program that is founded in the notion that parents play the…… [Read More]


Flay, B., & Allred, C. (2010). The Positive Action Program. International Research Handbook on Values Education, 471-481.

GGC. (2012, July). Guiding Good Choices. Retrieved from NREPP: [HIDDEN]

Lia, K., Washburn, I., & DuBois, D. (2011). Effects of the Positive Action programme on problem behaviours in elementary school students. Psychology and Health, 187-204.

NREPP. (2012, August). Chicago Parent Program. Retrieved from NREPP
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Obesity Proposal There Is a

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The key to this program's success is changing the way the citizens approach their daily lives, without changing the traditions and practices that are unique to the community.

Teaching children how to cope with this unique conundrum will be difficult but could be the most successful approach in the long run. If the program is successful in slowing down the rate of obesity found in the younger citizens, then it could have longer lasting effects than the same program instituted with older citizens. One study showed that obese children are much more susceptible to diseases, especially diabetes than adults are with the same body mass index.

The study concluded that, "After stratification age and body mass index (BMI) the risk ratio for diabetes in Anti-HCV+ participants increased when age decreased and body mass index levels increased" (ang, ang, Yao, Chang, Chou, 2007, p. 202). Diabetes is currently a non-curable disease…… [Read More]

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Callaway, L.K., McIntyre, H.D., O'Callaghan, M., Williams, G.M., Najman, J.M., Lawlor, D.A., (2007) the association of hypertensive disorders of pregnancy with weight gain over the subsequent 21 years: Findings from a prospective cohort study, American Journal of Epidemiology, Vol. 166, Number 4, pp. 421-428

Confessore, N., Farmer, a., (2006) "In Borough Park, the unusual taste of fear." The New York Post, May 10, 2006, pg. B.3

Cooke, R., (2006) When normal is not necessarily good, New Statesman, Vol. 135, Number 9, p. 135
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School Grants and Proposal Opportunities

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ace to the Top-District fa Analysis

School Grant Programs

On May 22, 2012, the Secretary of Education made public the U.S. Department of Education's (ED) intention to build upon recent achievements in education through the ace to the Top-State programs (ED, 2012a) by offering an additional $383 million in grant funding to local school districts in 2012 (ED, 2012b). The goal of the ace to the Top District (TT-D) Competition is to continue advancing bold innovation and educational standards made possible through state ace to the Top grants. This essay examines the requirements and criteria that must be met in order to apply to the TT-D program.

Eligibility equirements

Eligibility for applying to the TT-D is limited to Local Education Agencies (LEAs) or a consortium of LEAs (ED, 2012c). Based on Title IX, Section 9101, subsection 26, an LEA is defined as a public board of education or other public…… [Read More]


ED. (2012a). Applications for new awards; Race to the Top -- District. Federal Register, 77(159), 49654-49677. Retrieved 5 Nov. 2012 from .

ED. (2012b). Race to the Top District Competition draft. Retrieved 4 Nov. 2012 from .

ED. (2012c). Race to the Top -- District Competition: Final requirements and criteria. Retrieved 4 Nov. 2012 from .

ED. (2012d). Race to the Top -- District guidance and frequently asked questions. Retrieved 4 Nov. 2012 from .
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Abortion in America

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Grant Proposal for Women's Wellness Center

This proposal is for a grant of $125,000 for the operation of an inner-city Women's Center. These funds will be used for staffing and operating the center and for supplying guidance, informative literature, and assistance to women seeking an alternative to abortion.

Women's Wellness Center and History

In 2011, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released data regarding the number of abortions performed three years prior in 2008. Considering that an epidemic is defined as a "widespread occurrence of an infectious disease in a community at a particular time," or in meningococcal terms, a rate of attack that is more than 15 cases for every 100,000 people (Green, Swartz, Mayshar, Lev, Levanthal, Slater, Shemer, 2002), it may be appropriate to state that abortion in America has reached beyond epidemic proportions. In 2008 alone, CDC reports that 825,564 abortions were performed, at a…… [Read More]


Durden, T. (2015). The Weirdest Thing You'll See Today. ZeroHedge. Retrieved from: 

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When is an epidemic and epidemic. Israel Medical Association Journal, 4(1): 3-6.

Guttmacher Institute. (2014). Induced Abortion in the United States. Guttmacher.
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Institutional Review Board Proposal Form

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The most obvious benefit is that participants will approach the use of technology more thoughtfully in their practice -- and potentially change some of their technology-dependent behaviors and resistance to technology.

b. Describe what new information may be learned from this research

The study is designed to explore the barriers and incentives related to the use of technology in the social work practice.

c. Describe incentives to encourage individuals to participate in this research (including monetary or other compensation, thank you gifts, course or other academic credit, lotteries, etc.)

Participants will be sent a thank you gift in the form of a Starbucks gift card.

d. Describe costs (time, monetary or other) for participants in this research

The only expenditure of resources for participants is time.

e. Describe potential harms or discomforts (physical, psychological, social) for participants in this research

o potential harms have been identified for participants in this…… [Read More]

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Business Proposal the Triangle Company Is a

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Business Proposal

The triangle company is a leading E-commerce company that provides an online access of their products such as computers and computer accessories across the world. Due to the recent trends in technological changes there is needof the company to diversify their product and probably bring new products in the market that can meet the needs not fully provided by the products that they already have.

This paper will look at a new product that will meet the needs in the market, the pain points that the customers feel and the solution that the new product will offer to the needs of the customers. It will also look at the market that is being targeted in terms of size and the potential to grow. The major competitors of the product that is set for launching and the marketing strategies to be used to introduce the product in market will…… [Read More]


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Computer Upgrade Board Proposal Computer

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In setting this plan for implementation and maintenance the ultimate goal for the district within the next five years is the creation of a student-to-computer ratio of 1-1 in grades 3-12 and 3-1 for grades K-2 in accordance with developmental studies for the utilization of technology in lesson and course plans for each respective grade. Computers will be updated on an annual basis, with replacement being taken into consideration every four years. In order to maintain cost-effectiveness, leasing programs and low-cost computer programs will allow students and teachers the capacity to access more applications and content which is relevant to consumers but nearly unaffordable in many educational systems. Low-cost computer programs such as the One Laptop per Child Foundation have been developed in order to aggressively place computers in the hands of hundreds of millions of children around the world, the United States included, in order to aid students in…… [Read More]


Aliasgari, M. Mojdehavar, N. And Riahinia, F. (2010). Computer-assisted instruction and student attitudes toward learning mathematics. Education, Business, and Society, 3.1: pp. 6. Web. Retrieved from: ProQuest Database.

Ames, M. And Warschauer, M. (2010). Can one laptop per child save the world's poor?

Journal of International Affairs, 64.1: pp. 33-55. Web. Retrieved from: ProQuest Database.

Carman, E., Lewis, C., Murphy, K. And Richards, J. (2005). Strengthening educational technology in schools and in pre-service teacher education: a practitioner-faculty collaborative process. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 13.1: pp. 125-140. Web. Retrieved from: ProQuest Database.
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Cyberfeminist Project Proposal the Cyborg

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Even in the purported technology rich Asian countries, women are still in need of special attention with regard to technology access and organization. Without such address Lui argues that the feminist agenda will falter and that real change will not be achieved until access is equal. (Lui, 2004)

As an aside, the gender that is most often associated with a strongly developed social skill surrounding multitasking, the internet as a structure should be more easily understood than almost any other modern structure, by women. The system is a vast spiderweb (that may even be to structured an analogy) of interconnected items and resources that are more multifaceted and fantastic than any one could completely understand in a short time. Internet skills are therefore, forgive the pun, hardwired into our gendered skill set and should be embraced rather than feared. Interestingly enough, this may even become a greater common ground between…… [Read More]


Benston, M. (1988) "Women's Voices/Men's Voices" Technology and Women's Voices (UK: Routklage)

Fantone, L. (2003) "From Dissections to Digital Genetic Maps"

Fernandez, M. (2002) "Cyberfeminism, Racism, Embodiment" in: Domain Errors:

Cyberfeminist Practices!, Maria Fernandez, Faith Wilding, Michelle M. Wright, eds., (New York: Autonomedia)
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Investestment Proposal I Feel Honoured

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The market structure of Turkey is quite different from that of the UK. The cultural composition of Turkey is not a guarantee of making proportional sales. The reasons for the low performance of the company's product could as well reverberate in Turkey. If the UK market that the company is accustomed to has failed to yield expected returns, the viability of the company's product in Turkey is doubtful. However, considering the expectation of government grants that will offset the company's tax liability; the venture assumes a would-be profit generator. The company cannot bank on this tax relief as a basis to carry on with the proposed relocation to Turkey. The reason for that being that the amount accruable from the tax relief is on a portion of the entire expenditure of the company. The long run effect of this is still profitable to the company.

Based on the outlay of…… [Read More]


Adekola, a.; Korsakiene, R.; Tvaronaviciene, M. 2008. Approach to innovative activities by Lithuanian companies in the current conditions of development, Technological and Economic Development of Economy 14(4): 595-612. doi:10.3846/1392-8619.2008.14.595-611

Balkyte, a.; Tvaronaviciene, M. 2010. Perception of competitiveness in the context of sustainable development: facets of "Sustainable competitiveness," Journal of Business Economics and Management 11(2): 341-365. doi:10.3846/jbem.2010.17

Black, F (1976). "The Dividend Puzzle,"Journal of Portfolio Management 2, 5-8.

Carland, Jim, and JoAnn Carland (1998). Small Business Management: Tools for Success, Second Edition, Houston, TX, Dame Publications, Inc. p. 444.
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Change Proposal the Situation Spending Any Time

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Change Proposal

The Situation

Spending any time at all at one of the nation's first, oldest and largest state theaters, a founding member of the League of esident Theaters, brings to mind only one phrase above all others: "Off with their heads." The theatrical organization is run as if by the mad Queen in Alice in Wonderland. No real management is performed. Instead, edicts are issued by the CEO and founder and carried out without regard to the bottom line or any standards of acceptable organizational behavior. In short, there is the rule of fear, and nothing more.

When the theatre runs into problems, the solution is not to find remedies for those problems, but to replace personnel -- itself a highly expensive proposition -- and seek more government and corporate grants to cover the costs of operating the theater. The board of directors has been asked by more than…… [Read More]

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Crime Reduction and Prevention Proposal for Detroit

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Crime eduction and Prevention Proposal for Detroit

Crime Prevention Proposal for Detroit, Michigan

In the midst of a very instable economic environment around the nation, it is crucial for all cities to bump up their strategies at preventing crime in order to be able to avoid future costs associated with fighting crime and imprisoning criminals. Crime prevention is one of the most cost effective strategies in criminal justice, and it can help save property and lives. This is especially crucial for the city of Detroit, which faces its own set of unique challenges in a severely volatile economy that has the potential to lead to increase in a wide variety of crimes, making prevention methods and strategies a crucial tool for local law enforcement.

First and foremost, the city of Detroit needs to bolster its community policing programs through increased community involvement with its law enforcement agencies. Unfortunately, the number…… [Read More]


Gray, Steven. (2009). In Detroit, improvement on crime? Time Magazine. Web.

Kerlikowske, Gil & Davis, Robert. (2008). Twelve Tenets to Prevent Crime and Terrorism: Major Cities Chiefs Association. Homeland Security Committee. Web.
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Educational Grants School Districts Across the Country

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Educational Grants

chool districts across the country are experiencing shrinking budgets. One way to increase the funds available for education is to apply for educational grants. They can take many forms, including those requiring rigorous research designs as well as others that might provide funds for equipment or the money to implement promising but unproven programs.

Two organizations that provide educational grant money are the Beaumont Foundation of America and the Institute of Education ciences.

The Institute of Educational ervices (IE) requires an extensive application and applies rigorous scientific research principles when considering which applications to fund. Their specific focus is to increase the body of knowledge regarding best practices in education. Their goal is to fund research being done in the "practice community" -- that is, schools and school districts (IE, 2005). They have a preference for rigorously controlled studies that involve students from multiple schools who are randomly…… [Read More]


Beaumont Foundation of America (BFA). "2005 Education Grant Guidelines." Accessed via the Internet 8/15/05.

Institute of Education Sciences (IES). "Grant Application Submissions for 2005." Accessed via the Internet 8/15/05.
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Udb Independent Studies Proposal &

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The previous studies that have been taken into account are the ones that have highlighted the concept of corporate social responsibility in its broad terms. How it can affect the behavior of the consumers in the society in an overall manner. In contrast, this study will focus on the effects that the corporate social responsibility has on the consumer behaviors specifically in the hospitality industry.

9. Outline of study design and methods

One of the main facts that need to be highlighted in this case is that the methodology will define the outcomes and the conclusions that are drawn from the study carried out. Thereby, it is realized that the choice of methodology is more objective so that better and more concise outcomes can be obtained.

For this purpose, interview and questionnaire will be chosen as the main methodology for this study. One other main technique that can be used…… [Read More]

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Planned Giving Funding Proposal for

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4. equired esources and Funding Propositions

With the guarantee of $60,000 for next year from the community churches, the New Youth Center is challenged with the task of raising the additional $300,000. $150,000 is expected to be received from within the business community. The reasons behind this belief are based on the fact that the center can also support the business objectives of contributors by improving their market perception within the community or creating tax deduction opportunities. The next $100,000 is expected to be donated by not-for-profit organizations which militate for the proper integration of youth, as well as for responsible citizenship and environmental protection. Due to the center's triple actions, it is expected that several NGOs participate to raising the necessary funds. Finally, the last $50,000 is to be raised from individual members of the community, such as parents or other people who get a sense of personal fulfillment…… [Read More]


Barrett, R.D., Ware, M.E., 2002, Planned Giving Essentials: A Step-by-Step Guide to Success, 2nd Edition, Jones & Bartlett Publishers, ISBN 0834219050

Levine, S.J., Guide for Writing a Funding Proposal, Learners Associates,  / last accessed on October 23, 2009

2008, Letting Down the Nets: A Funding Proposal for the National Church, the Anglican Church of Canada, last accessed on October 23, 2009
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Institutional Economics When Attachment Proposal Guidelines I

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institutional economics. When attachment proposal guidelines; I a 1,5-2-page proposal 3-page essay. I minimum 4 book resources. Maybe subject "effects oil cryisis 1973 institutions" "effects subprime mortgage crisis istitutions."

Institutional economics -- Essay proposal

The internationalized economic crisis is now the buzzword across the globe. The impacts it has generated are complex and dramatic, to include corporate bankruptcies or the loss of the population's savings. But aside from these generally accepted dimensions of the crisis, fact remains that the topics pegged to the crisis are more multifaceted and go beyond the impacts on the population and the economic agents. The impacts are as such also felt at the level of the institutions.

The proposal is then that of assessing the subprime mortgage crisis through different lenses -- those of the effects generated upon the institutions. Most of the effects are expected to be felt by the lending institutions -- both…… [Read More]


Ashcraft, A.B., 2010, Understanding the securitization of subprime mortgage credit, DIANE Publishing

Kiff, J., Mills, P., 2007, Money for nothing and checks for free: recent developments in U.S. subprime mortgage markets, Issues 2007-2188, International Monetary Fund

Madura, J., 2008, Financial institutions and markets, 8th edition, Cengage Learning EMEA

Mimoun, K., 2010, Impact of financial innovations on the subprime mortgage crisis: causalities of the financial crisis, GRIN Verlag
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Crosswalk Proposal

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Crosswalk Proposal

Policy Proposal:

To the Facilities Director of De Anza College

While the recently completed multimillion dollar facilities expansion project has undoubtedly increased De Anza College's regional influence and enhanced the institution's ability to attract quality students, in our breathless rush towards progress certain public safety measures have been neglected. The completion of the Off-Campus Dorm unit has undoubtedly enabled a greater number of upperclassmen to make the campus area of Cupertino their home, however, the location of this residence hall may result in unnecessary injuries or deaths due to traffic collisions. Because the Off-Campus Dorm is situated north of Stevens Creek Boulevard, one of the city's more heavily trafficked eight-lane thoroughfares, a significant number of students are now forced to cross this busy street during their daily commutes from dorm to campus.

Although the intersection currently contains a crosswalk to facilitate pedestrian movement, we contend that this crosswalk…… [Read More]


City of Cupertino, California. Cupertino Pedestrian Transportation Plan. San Francisco, CA: Wilbur Smith Associates, 2002. Print.

City of Cupertino. Growing Greener Outdoors. Cupertino, CA. 2010. Web. .

Gladwell, Malcolm. The Tipping Point. Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Company, 2000. Print.

Foothill-De Anza Board of Trustees. Foothill-De Anza Community College District. 2007 Facilities Master Plan. Los Altos Hills, CA. 2007. Web. .
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United States Government Should Grant

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4 trillion and $3.6 trillion, an impressive boost to the U.S. economy in those years, the IPC explains. A study conducted by Arizona State University determined that when a person has a bachelor's degree that person earns about $750,000 more over the course of a lifetime of earning than a person with just a high school diploma earns.

The data from that study indicates that as of 2006, those working without a high school diploma earned approximately $419 per week and had an unemployment rate of 6.8%, the IPC explains. Those with a bachelor's degree earned approximately $962 per seek and their rate of unemployment was only 2.3%; over their careers college graduates earn "in excels of 60% more than a high school graduate, and workers with advanced degrees earn two to three times as much as high school graduates" (IPC, p. 2).

The Dream Act would remove the uncertainty…… [Read More]

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Associated Press. (2011). Court rules against Arizona immigration law. Justice Department filed suit to block law it says violates U.S. Constitution. Retrieved May 4, 2011, from .

Barreto, Matt. (2010). Senators who opposed DREAM Act may fact Latino roadblocks in 2012.

Latino Decisions. Retrieved May 7, 2011, from .

Bennett, Brian. (2011). GOP drafts legislative assault on illegal immigration. Los Angeles
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Analyzing Organizations and Grants

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Grants --

Organizations and Grants

You are more likely to receive grants if you can write good proposals that provide a holistic description of the programs you run in your organization. However, it should be noted that you may have great writing skills, but fail in the overall design of the programs. Similarly, if the program is well designed but the proposal is written poorly, the chances of securing funding diminish. Well written proposals must be accompanied with well designed programs (Kansas State University, 2015).

The Development of Grant Applications and Their Locations

A lot has come to light with regard to the way government agencies and foundations provide funding (The Kansas State University (2015). Finding funding agencies that cater for the needs of your type of organization is important. The format of the proposal and the amount that can be availed varies between organizations. One of the qualities of…… [Read More]


Kansas State University. (2015, August 13). Writing Successful Proposals. Retrieved May 16, 2016, from Kansas State University: 

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. (2012, March). Outcome Focused Grantmaking . Retrieved May 16, 2016, from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation:
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Amendment Proposal

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ar Powers Act of 1973 was an important piece of legislation during the Vietnam ar. The intention, per the wording of the act itself, was "to fulfill the intent of the framers of the Constitution of the United States and insure that the collective judgment of both the Congress and the President will apply to the introduction of United States Armed Forces into hostilities, or into situations where imminent involvement in hostilities is clearly indicate by the circumstances, and to the continued use of such forces in hostilities in such situations" (ar). The Act required that if armed forces were sent into a nation, Congress had to be informed within 48 hours. Additionally, armed forces could not remain within a nation for more than 60 days without a declaration of war.

Those in support of the law promised the American citizens that the Act would prevent "another Vietnam" and restore…… [Read More]

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Carter, Stephen L. "The Constitutionality of the War Powers Resolution." Virginia Law Review.

1984. Print.

Grimmett, Richard. War Powers Resolution Presidential Compliance. Washington, D.C.:

Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress, 2008. Print.
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Guanxi Proposal Title Can Guanxi

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Though more and more organizations and communities have begun to accept a similar concept that they term networking. Networking can be anything from an informal grouping of people with similar goals meeting to discuss how each of their separate specialties and/or networks can aide a common goal, to personal/professional formal organizations that meet at given times throughout the year to meet new members of the business community and seek out connections to achieve personal/professional goals. As Taylor points out networking can take many forms but exists in and outside of most organizations in some form to elicit actions that met the differing needs of organizations. (Taylor, 2000, p. 251) Barabasi, discusses the nature of networking, though a concise analysis of how organizations and individuals influence one another to elicit results, in one example he states:

For example, in Silicon Valley the extensive movements of labor between companies create dense personal…… [Read More]

Wood, Whiteley & Zhang also point out that in a 1993 study by Chu and Ju, 70% of 2,000 Chinese respondents to a poll, "preferred to utilize the concepts of Guanxi over normal bureaucratic channels to advance personal interests and to solve problems." (2002, p.264) the implication of this popularity is that Guanxi is a method that is trusted and predictable in a cultural context and therefore frequently relied upon to resolve conflict and create needed changes. It is also frequently pointed out that the system is best utilized in structures that are within a weak legal and regulatory system, as due to this system dealings are more likely to rely on personal relationships more than abstract legal or moral concepts. (2002, p.264)

Review of Literature:

As the economy goes global, (Barabasi, 2003, p. 202) per say, the ideals that drive business may possibly become more universalized, likely to lean on the ideals of international markets, rather than on traditional concepts of business structure and leadership, as more and more foreign owned companies begin to do business in China as well as elsewhere. Yet, it must also be said that is there is a system that is, "better" than a western (market dominator) position than it should be explored and possibly utilized within the context of the nation, from which it comes and elsewhere if it translates to other business cultures. The difficulty for western business is that the concept of Guanxi does not easily translate to western models, and it is given a decidedly negative spin when it is only marginally understood. The western concept of "who you know not what you know" is decidedly contradictory to the individualism that at least guides the idealism of the nation, even in the highly
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SPAM-Project Proposal Canning SPAM Before

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David E. Sorkin, Technical and Legal Approaches to Unsolicited Electronic Mail, 35 U.S.F.L. Rev. 325 (2001).

Google and other search engines:

Encarta Encyclopedia online. 2006

10. Appendix

Articles collected for Review so far (just a sampling of articles on SPAM laws) www.spamlaws.comSpam Laws: Articles

David E. Sorkin, www.jcil.orgSpam Legislation in the United States, 22 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 3 (2003).

David E. Sorkin, www.spamlaws.comTechnical and Legal Approaches to Unsolicited Electronic Mail, 35 U.S.F.L. Rev. 325 (2001).

David E. Sorkin, www.spamlaws.comUnsolicited Commercial E-Mail and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991, 45 Buffalo L. Rev. 1001 (1997).

David E. Sorkin, Revocation of an Internet Domain Name for Violations of "Netiquette": Contractual and Constitutional Implications, 15 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 587 (1997).

Dominique-Chantale Alepin, Note, "Opting-Out": A Technical, Legal and Practical Look at the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003, 28 Colum. J.L.…… [Read More]

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Proposal for Unmet Community Need

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Geagua County, OH

Planning -- The most effective strategy within a community for any public health issue is two-fold: education and focus. To accomplish this at the community level, there needs to be a broad level of focus and support from all levels of the government: local, State and Federal, in order for there to be a consistent and proactive message. Education should begin at the elementary school level, with teaching talking about substances, abuse and alternatives; and move through the school system as appropriate for the cognitive abilities of various age groups. In this way, the community can collaborate with schools to provide initiatives and programs that address the problem prior to it becoming as endemic, and offer proposed solutions in a way that almost everyone involved knows they can receive help if necessary. The educational process must also be pervasive and accessible -- people need a number to…… [Read More]

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Blondell, R. (2005). Ambulatory detoxification of patients with alchohol dependence. American Family Physician, 71(3), 495-502.

Cook, P., & Moore, M. (2002). The Economics of Alchohol Abuse. Health Affairs, 21(2), 120-33.
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Wind Farm in Sw Florida

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Budget Detail & Narrative

Program Narrative


Florida, the United tates and the broader world in particular is facing an energy crisis. Indeed, it is a battle and one with many fronts. There are a number of good reasons out there to find alternative energy. They include the increasing world population, the pervasive use of fossil fuels, concerns about those fossil fuels running out, pollution associated with those fossil fuels and access to energy for everyone. Indeed, there is an increased need for energy that departs from the dirty energy sources like coal and petroleum. Beyond that, these new sources need to be sustainable. This grant proposal covers precisely such an energy source and it is a source that can greatly improve the quality of life and energy costs of people in the southwestern part of Florida much like it is already doing for people around the rest of the…… [Read More]

Spear, K. (2015). Department of Energy: Taller turbines would bring wind energy to Florida. Retrieved 24 June 2016, from 

SWFL. (2016). SWFL Sustainability - People, Place, & Profit Improve Our Quality of Life for Today & Tomorrow. SWFL Sustainability. Retrieved 24 June 2016, from 

Windustry. (2016). How much do wind turbines cost?. Windustry. Retrieved 24 June 2016, from
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Treatment of Alcoholics in Low-Income Areas

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S. Census Bureau) It is clear after having reviewed this information that this area is quite needy in provision of alcoholism treatment and intervention.

VI. Treatment Program Community Marketing Process

In the initiative of reaching the community both through media and public relations as tools to raise awareness the organization will be enabled to alert members of the community about the services available. Promotions, marketing, public relations and media advocacy are all critical specifically as these are all integrated with the business sector and as well adapted by nonprofit organizations. In the attempt to market or advertise to the community the available services all venues of the media should be sought and the mass media in the form of newspaper and magazines and other printed material as well as media through television and radio broadcast communications and finally through the Internet's provision of electronic media. Communication with the media should…… [Read More]


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Victim Service Enhancement Program for

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In essence, the program will help meet the physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual needs of crime victims in the remote areas in South Carolina.

Generally, the program is expected to have several impacts such as helping rural crime victims through increasing the services provided to them by Victim Service Programs. Secondly, the programs will help in increasing the number of rural crime victims who can access victim assistance programs. Third, the program will enhance the quality of victim services in the rural settings by developing effective strategies to meet the divergent and unique needs of rural crime victims.

Program Description:

As previously mentioned, Victim Service Enhancement Program for ural Crime Victims is a project that is mainly geared towards improving the quality and accessibility of services for rural crime victims. Since the project seeks to lessen the ineffectiveness of current victim service programs while increasing their availability, it will collaborate…… [Read More]


"Chapter 21 - Rural Victims of Crime." (n.d.). Academic Departments. Retrieved from the

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Hook, M., Murray, M. & Seymour, a. (2005, August). Meeting the Needs of Underserved

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Profit Management This Section Will

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At the same time, they could instrumental in helping the school district to identify specific grants that could address their underlying needs.

Evaluates and critiques the effectiveness of the budget narrative in clarifying budget items that need explanation and elaboration.

There are several different areas of the budget that would need further explanation to include: more detailed information on the payroll costs, professional services, operating costs, overtime hours and capital outlays. This is important, because these figures are quoted as a total amount. There are no projections as to how they are have changed, from one year to the next or the underlying trends that are taking place. At the same time, you have the lack of detailed information, on how this money is being spent and the analysis process that was used. These different elements are important, because they are showing how there is a possible lack of transparency…… [Read More]


Anderson, D. (2009).Data and Stats. Statistics of Business. (pg. 7). Mason, OH: Thomason.

Bordage, G. (2003). Experimental Study Design and Grant Writing. Medical Education 37 (4). 376 -- 385. Print

Browing, B. (2009). Required Elements for Contact Bids. Grant Writing for Dummies. (pp. 179-85 ). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley

Cohen, M. (1993). Grant Writing for Qualitative Research. Journal of Nursing Scholarship 25 (2). 151 -- 156. Print.
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Automated License Plate Reader ALPR

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The very fact that the U.S.A. Patriot Act was renewed in 2010 (albeit with some modifications) shows alert citizens that public safety will most often trump personal privacy and in some cases, a person's civil rights. The Find Law organization alludes to the 4th Amendment in pointing out that the legal approach to warrantless searches has "been broadened" in the past few years. The Court has given the green light to searches that are justified by "special needs beyond the normal need for law enforcement," and this ruling could apply to use of ALPR data-gathering (Find Law, 2010, p. 2). In fact, instances where "warrant and probably cause requirements are dispensed with…in all of these instances the government's interest has been found to outweigh the individual's (Find Law, p. 3). The readers used by police will no doubt catch some criminals and violators of motor vehicle laws -- but will…… [Read More]

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American Civil Liberties Union. (2009). Sent VIA Certified Mail / Chief Harry P. Dolan.

Letter to Raleigh Police Department Retrieved Nov. 30, 2010, from .

American Civil Liberties Union. (2010). Automated License Plate Recognition: The Newest

Threat to Your Privacy When You Travel. Retrieved Dec. 1, 2010, from .
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Legal Nurse Consultant Business Plan

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(Chizek, 2003)

The ole legal nurse consultant may provide service in a number of roles, including but not limited to:

Consulting expert

Testifying expert

Facility-based investigator

Trainer and in-service presenter

Peer reviewer

Quality improvement, risk management, claims management

Liability insurance marketer and clinical resource" (Chizek, 2003)

As standards of care constantly change, medical and nursing staff must keep informed of current standard to develop and/or modify policies and procedures, which must be maintained and secured indefinitely. In the event the facility is sued, these will be used to establish the current standard during the time of the questionable occurrence. Policies and procedures also provide the legal nurse consultant with the foundation for facility documentation to be judged for compliance. (Chizek, 2003)

The minimum length of time the modified policies and procedures should be kept is the time frame of the statute of limitations in the individual jurisdiction. In most jurisdictions,…… [Read More]

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Journal Writer Lemmon 2007 the

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The bottom line is that while is it helpful for future grant writers to gain knowledge of models, to get a grasp of "scaffolding, coaching, and collaboration" in the classroom environment, there is no substitute for being out in the society, in formal settings, to collaborate with "experts, colleagues, and peers" in learning the ropes of grant proposal writing and getting projects funded.

Attending workshops, conferences, and signing up for training sessions are all necessary when going for large dollar grants from institutions like the National Institutes of Health and other government granting agencies. "Learning and doing are inseparable," Ding writes; without the classroom knowledge, the social collaboration and "real world experiences" of meeting key people and attending high-powered training sessions, the grant writer seeking funds from big government sources is going to fail most of the time. And quite apart from the actual research and writing of the proposal,…… [Read More]

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Ding, Huiling. (2008). The Use of Cognitive and Social Apprenticeship to Teach a Disciplinary

Genre: Initiation of Graduate Students into NIH Grant Writing. Written Communication,

Lemmon, Kathryn. (2007). How to begin grant writing. Writer, (120(11), 13-13.

Wasby, Stephen L. (2001). Proposal Writing: A Remedy for a Missing Part of Graduate
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Use of technology in the'special education classroom

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Chapter 1: Introduction
The epigraph above is reflective of the views of many special educational needs teachers. Indeed, innovations in technology in recent decades have created a wide array of new opportunities for helping special needs student achieve their full academic potential. These trends are especially noteworthy today because tens of millions of young American learners are struggling with their academic pursuits due to their special educational needs. In this context, the term “special educational needs” can be defined as “children who have learning problems or disabilities that make it harder for them to learn than most children of the same age” (Special education needs, 2018, para. 2). The purpose of this grant proposal was to identify ways that special educational needs students can benefit from the introduction of technology in their classrooms based on the problem statement described below.
Statement of the Problem
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Impact of Title I On HIV AIDS Programs in Dade County

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programs and actions taken by health agencies to support cities and communities in their fight against the spread of HIV and AIDS virus. It will also discuss the demographic information of cities with high rate of HIV / AIDS, as well as other statistics in relation HIV / AIDS. Particular in this study is a discussion on one of the HIV / AIDS major areas - Miami.

Moreover, this section will provide the reader with an overview of the benefits that the health programs provide in different states and what they bring to communities of HIV / AIDS. It will explore on the success of such programs in terms of combating the disease.

A combat against HIV and AIDS, through an increased funding for health centers and services, is the main objective of this study. This specifically focuses on areas where most of the HIV / AIDS patients are financially…… [Read More]


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Health Education and Risk Reduction Program.

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Democracy and Public Administration

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Democracy and Public Administration

This report is a theoretical essay on the inevitable conflicts that consistently occur between public agencies that are managed by unelected civil servants and the political environment in which these individuals and organizations operate in. Public agencies in the healthcare environment are prime examples of successful interdepartmental cooperation in most cases, but, there are also examples where they can demonstrate both internal and external in-fighting. "The health sector workforce, which usually comprises a significant element within the total public sector workforce, may be either directly employed by the public sector health system, or work in public-funded agencies or organizations (e.g., social insurance funded). In many countries healthcare will also be delivered by organizations in the private sector and by voluntary organizations." (World Bank Group) As concerns like the nation's aging population, a rapidly depleting Medicare Trust or the many potential pandemics such as SAs, Swine…… [Read More]


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Business Using Gelso 2006 Harlow

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esearchers have an occasion to further organizational science and to make research practical by producing information that can impact changing organizational forms and circumstances. Pragmatically, academic researchers are not likely to get access to a company that is going through change unless the practitioners believe the research will be helpful (Gibson & Mohrman, 2001).

There have been a number of calls to augment the significance and effectiveness of organizational science to companies. The usefulness challenge cannot be defined merely as getting practitioners to value and include what academics learn. It is believed that the usefulness of research depends, somewhat, on the degree to which the perspectives of organization members are incorporated in research procedures and the results are included into those members' organization design activities that take place as their company adjusts to its changing environment. esearch is more likely to be seen as useful if there are occasions for…… [Read More]


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D.C.: National Academies Press. Retrieved from:
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Special Education Director Leadership Styles

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More importantly, our appreciative and participatory stance with our co-researchers has allowed us to witness and learn about the cutting edge of leadership work in such a way that is and feels qualitatively different from other research traditions we have used in the past, because it is built on valuing. Even though it is challenging at times (Ospina et al. 2002), our inquiry space is enhanced by our collaboration with the social change leaders. (Schall, Ospina, Godsoe and Dodge, nd)

Qualitative Research Methods

Qualitative research methods are those of:

(1) Phenomenology -- this is a form of qualitative research in which the researcher focuses on gaining understanding of how an individual or individuals experience a phenomenon.

(2) Ethnography -- qualitative research that focuses on the culture of a group and describing that culture.

(3) Case Study Research -- form of qualitative research that provides a detailed account of a case…… [Read More]


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Blaydes, John (2004) Survival skills for the principalship: a treasure chest of time-savers, short-cuts, and strategies to help you keep a balance in your life. Corwin Press, 2004.

Condelli, Larry and Wrigley, Heide Spruck (2004) Real World Research: Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Research for Adult ESL paper was presented at the National Research and Development Centre (NRDC) Second International Conference for Adult Literacy and Numeracy, Loughborough, England, March 25-27, 2004.

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Recovery Strategy for Server 3 Only Listed

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Since this scenario includes a complete destruction of City Hall it is necessary to have an alternative facility that can act as a backup to the main systems functions of the city. Also, the safety of the citizen base is paramount. The citizens of the city need to have all of the city functions available to them if the need should arise. Because these two extremes are involved (ie, complete destruction of city hall and the continued safety of the citizens), the recovery time frame should be as minimal as possible.

Server #3 has most of…… [Read More]

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ER Practices in Atlanta

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Economic Motivators for Employers on Employment ates for People With Disabilities in Atlanta

Qualitative esearch

Quantitative esearch

Definition of Disability

Statistics for Individuals with Disabilities

Effects Of ADA On Persons With Disabilities

Economic Motivators for Employers Hiring People with Disabilities

Factors Affecting Economic Motivators for Employers

Lack of Information and Knowledge egarding Economic Motivators

Misconception about Individuals with Disabilities

Inaccessible Hiring Strategies

Conflicts with Existing Programs

Lack of Appropriate Planning and Difficulties in implementations Economic Incentive Programs

Unemployment Among People with Disabilities





Qualitative esearch

Quantitative esearch

esearch Design


Selection of Participants

Complete description of the esearch Participants

Type of Sampling

Instrumentation 52

eliability 54

Validity 55

Appropriateness/rationale for use in the study 55

Ethical Consideration 56

Data Analysis 57

Qualitative esearch Analysis 57

Quantitative esearch Analysis 59

The esearcher's ole 60

Credibility 60

Dependability 60

Transferability 60

Conformability 61

Conclusion 61

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Andrew, D. P. S., Pedersen, P. M., & McEvoy, C. D. (2011). Research Methods and Design In Sport Management. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

Arthur, S., A. Corden, A. Green, J. Lewis, J. Loumidis, R. Sainsbury, B. Stafford, P. Thornton, & R. Walker, R .(1999). New Deal for disabled people: Early implementation, Research Report No 106, (UK) Department of Work and Pensions, Corporate Document Services, Leeds.

Ashworth, K., Hartfree, Y & Stephenson, A. (2001). Well, enough to work? Research Report No. 145, (UK) Department of Work and Pensions, Corporate Document Services, Leeds.

Baker, M. & Tippin, D. (2003). More than just another obstacle: Health, Domestic Purposes Beneficiaries, and the transition to paid work, paper presented at the Social Policy, Research and Evaluation conference Connecting Policy, Research and Practice, 29-30 April, Wellington.
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Equal Employment for the Physically Challenged Employees in Atlanta

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Economic Motivators for Employers on Employment ates for People With Disabilities in Atlanta

Qualitative esearch

Quantitative esearch

Definition of Disability

Statistics for Individuals with Disabilities

Effects Of ADA On Persons With Disabilities

Economic Motivators for Employers Hiring People with Disabilities

Factors Affecting Economic Motivators for Employers

Lack of Information and Knowledge egarding Economic Motivators

Misconception about Individuals with Disabilities

Inaccessible Hiring Strategies

Conflicts with Existing Programs

Lack of Appropriate Planning and Difficulties in implementations Economic Incentive Programs

Unemployment Among People with Disabilities





Qualitative esearch

Quantitative esearch

esearch Design


Selection of Participants

Complete description of the esearch Participants

Type of Sampling

Instrumentation 50

eliability 52

Validity 53

Appropriateness/rationale for use in the study 53

Ethical Consideration 54

Data Analysis 55

Qualitative esearch Analysis 55

Quantitative esearch Analysis 57

The esearcher's ole 58

Credibility 58

Dependability 58

Transferability 58

Conformability 59

Conclusion 59

CHAPTE IV:…… [Read More]


Andrew, D. P. S., Pedersen, P. M., & McEvoy, C. D. (2011). Research Methods and Design In Sport Management. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

Arthur, S., A. Corden, A. Green, J. Lewis, J. Loumidis, R. Sainsbury, B. Stafford, P. Thornton, & R. Walker, R .(1999). New Deal for disabled people: Early implementation, Research Report No 106, (UK) Department of Work and Pensions, Corporate Document Services, Leeds.

Ashworth, K., Hartfree, Y & Stephenson, A. (2001). Well, enough to work? Research Report No. 145, (UK) Department of Work and Pensions, Corporate Document Services, Leeds.

Baker, M. & Tippin, D. (2003). More than just another obstacle: Health, Domestic Purposes Beneficiaries, and the transition to paid work, paper presented at the Social Policy, Research and Evaluation conference Connecting Policy, Research and Practice, 29-30 April, Wellington.
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Globe Research Project An Endeavor

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Culture shapes how we think about what is good leadership, and the definitions of an 'effective leader' vary from one culture to another. In fact, effective leadership behavior in one culture could (and will) be completely ineffective in others." (ITAP International, p. 1)

Here, we can see that the interrelation of Culture and Leadership Effectiveness is one of relativity. Such is to say that leadership effectiveness will be substantially shaped by how well leadership is equipped to manage cross-cultural expectations and perceptions of leadership.

Defining Concept: GLOBE Study

hat is GLOBE?

Before entering into a more extensive analysis of the role and future of GLOBE, it is necessary to provide some basic background details on the project's founding and primary initiatives. According to the text provided by Knowledge @ harton (1999), GLOBE was founded by its first director, Robert J. House. House, a social scientist conducting research primarily at the…… [Read More]

Works Cited:

Goldsmith, M. (2009). Being an Effective Global Leader. Harvard Business Review.

Goldsmith, M.; Greenberg, C.; Roberston, A. & Hu-Chan, M. (2003). Global Leadership: The Next Generation. FT Press, 1 Edition.

Grove, C.N. (2005). Introduction to the GLOBE Research Project on Leadership Worldwide.

Hoppe, M.H. (2007). Culture and Leader Effectiveness: The GLOBE Study. GLOBE.
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PR Efforts Public Relations Is Recognized for

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PR Efforts

Public relations is recognized for the publicity and awareness support it brings to businesses and corporations in their marketing efforts. It can be just as effective for nonprofit organizations. This is what the Center for Child Protection and Family Support in Washington, D.C., has found through its PR activities. The center is a nonprofit 501(c)3, community-based organization that addresses the harmful long-term effects of child abuse by providing innovative school-based and parent education programming in the Washington D.C. urban area in addition to training and consulting for local professionals. The center's three main themes are: Child abuse and neglect are serious, complex health and social problems with long-term consequences; the center is a trusted resource on child abuse issues; and every child deserves a childhood that is free from abuse and neglect.

The center has to have an ongoing PR plan to continually confirm its credibility as the…… [Read More]