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Sociological Theories the Theory of

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Many different views abound on the origins of modern capitalism, causalities that range from economic to political, from religious to cultural, or for some, an amalgamation of societies need to expand and the resources necessary to fuel that expansion. Max Weber's the Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism is a study of the relationship between the ethics of ascetic Protestantism and the emergence of the spirit of modern capitalism. An ascetic Protestant is one who practices self-denial and self-discipline. Weber argues that the religious ideas of groups such as the Calvinists played a role in creating the capitalistic spirit. Calvinism focused on predestination and God's infinite power, a hierarchical system that transcended religion and moved into economic and social activities.

This is true not only in cases where the difference in religion coincides with one of nationality, and thus of cultural development . . . . The same thing…… [Read More]

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Economic Impact Australian Mining Boom

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Summary

In the period between 2002 and 2012, Australia experienced a mining boom; a period in which the level of exports increased more than threefold and also the investment made in mining as a percentage of the nation’s GDP increasing from 2 percent to 8 percent. Imperatively, during the mining boom period, there was a significant increase in demand for minerals. This is because of the demand for minerals not only locally but also internationally. Therefore, this caused a rightward shift in the demand curve. This leads to the positioning of a new equilibrium price. The comparative theory best explains the exportation of minerals by Australia and the importation of other commodities from other nations. In this regard, Australia is considered to have a comparative advantage in the production of minerals because it can produce minerals at a relatively lower opportunity cost compared to China. Another aspect that was influenced…… [Read More]

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Social'sustainability Anit counterfeit technology

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anti-counterfeit technology be used to yield economic benefit to the company and mitigate any negative social impact on society?

The Sustainability Challenge

Business Case Analysis

Emerging Trends, Policy Frameworks, Literature and Strategy

Case Studies

Critical Analysis

Interview Guide

Interviews Conducted

The organization, Cure Pharmaceutical (Cure), belongs to the pharmaceutical industry's drug delivery technology sector. Cure is considered a small size pharmaceutical company with revenues of one hundred and fifty million. A technique, designed by the firm, enables patients to take medications without water. This patented Oral Thin Film Technology (OTF) is small, light and occupies much less space after packaging. The technology can be shipped in single dose form or in bulk rolls to the site of patient care. Cure's core business integrates generic drugs that are an effective treatment for a multitude of diseases into its proprietary OTF technology. Cure's main emphasis is to expand its distribution channel into…… [Read More]

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Reducing Crime Through Social Initiatives

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Academy Sports + Outdoors

Project Charter

The project charter for this plan, "Operation Midnight Basketball" for Academy Sports + Outdoors, is provided below.

Identification:

The official name of this project is "Operation Midnight Basketball" to be implemented by Academy Sports + Outdoors as described below.

Today, Academy Sports + Outdoors (hereinafter alternatively "Academy" or "the company") is a leading retailers in the sports, outdoor and lifestyle industry offering a wide range of high quality fishing, hunting, and other outdoor merchandise, including camping equipment and gear as well as sports and leisure products, footwear, and outdoor apparel (About Academy, 2014). Headquartered in Texas, Academy operates more than 185 stores in the United States, including stores in, alphabetical order, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas (About Academy, 2014). The company has a stated corporate social responsibility commitment that is congruent…… [Read More]

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Coach-Athlete Relationship A Motivational Model

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coach-Athlete Relationship (bob Bowman and Michael Phelps)

Coach-Athlete Relationship: Bob Bowman and Michael Phelps

Over the years, intense focus on sports has been on the coach -- athlete relationships and their link to athlete performance. Along the intrinsic and extrinsic motivation cognitive evaluation theory, there is a hierarchical model of motivational sequence proposed in developing coaches' personal orientation for coaching. The focus culminates the context within which they operate while making their perceptions of behavior and motivation of athletes and influencing component of coaching outcomes. The paper identifies personality and social processes aimed at determining favorable coaching behaviors. This study focuses on the coach -- athlete relationship model presented by Bob Bowman and Michael Phelps whilst describing how coaches can influence the motivation of their athletes.

The Bob Bowman and Michael Phelps case shows that coaches' behaviors take the autonomy-supportive form of behaviors in providing involvement structure (Mageau & Vallerand,…… [Read More]

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How to Provide Healthier Environments in Big Cities

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Local Health Policy: Philadelphia

In the article by Brownson, et al., the authors assert that environmental changes and certain policy interventions can have a positive impact in terms of reducing the incidence of chronic disease in a community. The authors go on to explain how interventions and environmental policies in a community can "…provide opportunities, support, and cues to help people develop healthier behaviors" (Brownson, et al., 2005, p. 17.2). This article also posits that pursuing a healthier environment benefits everyone in the community, which is a policy that makes sense from a public health standpoint because "changing the behavior of one person at a time" is short-sighted (Brownson, 17.2). Among the interventions that Brownson reviews are: a) tobacco use reduction (through clean air laws; taxes; restriction of availability); b) advertising; and education; c) better access to fitness facilities and school-based physical education programs; d) encouraging healthy eating in schools…… [Read More]

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Working With a Small Group of Children

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working with a small group of children from years 4 doing a reading activity sheet set by the teacher. One child is being disruptive and "off task."

It is possible the child is off-task because he or she is not quite developmentally ready either for pre-reading tasks or tasks that include worksheets. The child might be feeling somewhat insecure. Like the child who is given a toy too advanced for him and plays with the box instead of the boy, the child might be in a little too deep. I would sit by the child and encourage him, simplifying the task for him if necessary, providing moral support and using his paper as an example so he would have the help he needs. Probably proximity alone would calm his behavior but he might need more than that.

A couple of older preschoolers are teasing a child with cerebral palsy by…… [Read More]

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Risk Management in Family Owned Businesses

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Risk Management in Family Owned Businesses

A family business can be simply described as "any business in which a majority of the ownership or control lies within a family, and in which two or more family members are directly involved" (Bowman-Upton, 1991). In other words, it is a multifaceted, twofold structure consisting of the family and the business meaning that the involved members are both the part of a job system and of a family system (Bowman-Upton, 1991).

Most families seek stability, intimacy, a sense of community, and belonging through the family business (Hess, 2006). On the other hand, whenever family and business are mentioned together, a majority of people think of continuous conflict, competition and contention (Crenshaw, 2005). However, "successful family businesses do not let the family destroy the business or the business destroy the family" (Hess, 2006).

The family-owned businesses are the backbone of the world financial system.…… [Read More]

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HRM Characteristics of an Ideal Appraisal System

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HRM

Characteristics of an Ideal Appraisal System

The concept of performance appraisal is not new; it has been undertaken for many years at organizational, departmental and individual levels as part of performance management strategies. There are many different types of appraisal systems, from standard feedback assessment to peer-based reviews and 360 degree reviews. The issue with many systems is not the underlying theory, but the way it is applied. An appraisal is simply a tool; the value will be in the way it is used rather than its presence. Therefore, when looking at appraisals it may be argued there are a number of key elements which should ideally be present in appraisal.

The key characteristics of any appraisal system will include the need to be clear and understood by those who use the system to give and/or receive appraisals with clear policy and implementation guidelines. The system should also have…… [Read More]

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Relfective Analysis Reflective Analysis Personal Reflective Analysis

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Relfective Analysis

Reflective Analysis

Personal Reflective Analysis as an Employee

Finding employment is one of the benchmarks of any person's life, and a job or training experience can be very rewarding, or it can be one of the worst events in a young life. The power of a work experience should not be underestimated especially when it comes early in one's working life. Since, work is a seminal part of a person's life, and a stark dividing line between childhood and adulthood, an individual needs to examine every youthful experience so that they can have better ones in the future. The importance then in the issues that occur at work is that they can be stepping stones to real solutions later on in a working life, or they can become progenitors of bitter feelings about work in general.

The focus should be on learning from experiences, but sometimes this is…… [Read More]

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Bank of America Company Background

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S. banking industry." By 1974, the card has virtually assumed its contemporary form: "What an amazing transformation has taken place since Bank of America began marketing the precursor to Visa with its 1974 ad campaign 'BankAmericard. Think of it as money.'"

3. GOALS-OBJECTIVES-STRATEGIES. The companies overall strategy can be summed up in terms of its commitment to identifying what its customers want and being there on a "firstest-with-the-mostest" basis. Taken together, the company's various business segments are focused on attracting and deepening client relationships with the ultimate goal of becoming "America's advisor of choice." In this regard, the company recognized the advantages to be realized by providing its customers with online access to as much account information as possible early on. For example, in 2001, BOA began offering its retail and wholesale customers consolidated views of their accounts and financial records using a Web-based customer relationship management (CRM) system. The…… [Read More]

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Parents Be Held Responsible for

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The writer concludes that the social scientists have been correct when they have mentioned the family dynamics and parental behavior as major influences in the growth and development of the child.

Also Henry Biller (1993) asserts that the ability of the parents to develop an intimate connection with their baby and their essential responsibility throughout the newborn's growth and maturity has a profound impact on the behavior of the child because it helps their child to build and grow an upbeat body figure, self-worth, ethical principles and academic and social capability.

Therefore in light of the above mentioned facts it is essential for parents to spend a lot of time with their children and engage in constructive activities so that they can be emotionally connected with their parents and grow up to be trusting and loving individuals.

Bibliography

Annie Murphy Paul. Do Parents Really Matter? Psychology Today, Vol. 31, January-February…… [Read More]

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Empathy Change if Any With

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Conclusion

This proposal is for a study that will determine what, if any empathy changes take place with regard to war, after viewers watch a movie about the realities of war. It will not provide answers about the possible desensitization of feelings, if the participants were to be exposed to the movie many times, as has been proven happens in television violence exposure. The weakness of this study will include the inability to know if a different movie would provide a different impact and if the geographic and regional area that all participants are drawn from have an impact on the results.

References

Cesarone, Bernard (1998) Television violence and children. Childhood Education

Erwin, Philip G. (1997) Children's attitudes toward violence on television. The Journal of Psychology

Jamil, Hikmet Nassar-McMillan, Sylvia C. (2004) the aftermath of the Gulf War:. mental health issues among Iraqi Gulf War veteran refugees in the United…… [Read More]

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Life of Daniel Chappie James

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He also developed into a masterful fighter pilot who was able to transfer his skills to others efficiently and in detail. His contributions in Korea and Vietnam were immediate and final. He killed over 100 North Korean troops in one single mission, and the Bolo sweep was the most successful MiG attack in Vietnam. He saved countless other pilots and soldiers lives by his actions, and he helped develop maintenance and flight techniques that worked in dogfight situations.

His long-term impact is still being felt. His son entered the Air Force in 1968 and became the first black Director of the Air National Guard, and he served 38 years, retiring in 2006. He is still remembered as a strong, tactical fighter who could maneuver his planes with skill and alertness, and who was fiercely loyal to his men and their mission. He developed tactics in Korea that helped provide close…… [Read More]

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Quality Service Management This Case

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The hotel and the LST core values are aligned in customer service and hospitality, meeting the customer needs as often as humanly possible. (LST websites)

Measurement and Feedback and Cultural Change (Yee Tsang & Antony 2001) measurement and feedback systems are currently lacking, other than in the nature of the fact that booking groups often return, though individuals not necessarily. (Mccarville 1993)

7 Essentials for Successful Leisure Programming

1. Establish programming priorities. LST has adequately developed a set of priorities regarding both what the consumer will see, as a cultural reflection and from an historical perspective. The company has also effectively developed a TQM approach to the development of programs that meet the consumer's expectations of a tour. Individualization and keeping the costs of such within the expectations of individuals and groups will be the key in the future.

2. Discover clients' needs. Client's needs discovery is currently produced by…… [Read More]

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Phenylephrine An ALPHA1 Andrenegic Receptor

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(2007), there existed no reviews on the efficacy of phenylephrine as a metabolized decongestant. With legal conditions invoking its use thusly as early as 2002, it should be seen as surprising, problematic and irresponsible on the part of drug companies to actively work to promote this as a replacement for pseudoephedrine. Thus, all indications from the research are that those seeking to treat cold and flu symptoms will be better served by purchasing the behind-the-counter pseudoephedrine-based treatment rather than over-the-counter phenylephrine-based substitutes.

Works Cited:

The Advanced Light Source (ALS). (2008). P-Glycoprotein Structure and Chemotherapy Resistance. www.als.lbl.gov.

Bylund, D.B.; Bond, R.A.; Eikenburg, D.C.; Hieble, J.P.; Hills, R.; Minneman, K.P. & Parra, S. (2009). Adrenoceptors: 1A-adrenoceptor. IUPHAR database. Online at http://www.iuphar-db.org/GPCR/ReceptorDisplayForward?receptorID=2175.

Cerner Mulum, Inc. (CMI). (2009). Phenylephrine. Drugs.com.

Eccles, R. (2007). Substitution of phenylephrine for pseudoephedrine as a nasal decongeststant. An illogical way to control methamphetamine abuse. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology,…… [Read More]

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Military Therapeutic Group Introduction and

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Attendance will be required for all group members to optimize the effect of the sessions. Group members will be allowed to leave the group as long as the intention to leave is provided in writing. No reasons will be required.

Because of the nature of the group, a mutual confidentiality agreement will be signed by all group members, including leaders, at the first meeting of the group. There will generally not be homework, apart from the requirement to apply what has been learned to the work and home environment. Group members may report on results if they feel they want to.

There is no need for a formalized institution to determine the ground rules and structure of the meetings. This will be a collaborative process between me and the group members.

IX. Group Sessions

Group dynamics generally consist of four stages: forming, storming, norming, and performing (Group Dynamics, Unit 10).…… [Read More]

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Cause of Death in My

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A group of authors note, "In the United States, an increase from fewer than four percent to more than 50% of new cases of type 2 diabetes in the pediatric population was reported between the years of 1982 and 1998" (Leung, Kamla, Lee, and Mak). This means that children in our family could come down with the disease earlier in life, and they would have to manage their disease throughout their lives.

After diagnosis, without treatment, the disease can progress. One of the problems with the disease is that people often do not know they have the disease, and so it progresses before they gain treatment. Therefore, it is important to know the symptoms of diabetes. They can include fatigue and weakness, dehydration (often due to increased urination), increased thirst, weight loss, blurred vision, and confusion. There can also be some severe, long-term complications from type 2 diabetes. It can…… [Read More]

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Anatomy Landmarks in Diagnostic Tests for Meningitis

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Based on the information provided in the case, my roommate’s major symptoms are headache, stiff neck, sensitivity to light, and high fever. These symptoms are usually associated with meningitis, which implies that my roommate could be suffering from this condition. Meningitis is defined as an infection of the meninges or lining and fluid that cover the external parts of the brain and spinal cord. The classic symptoms of meningitis that affect nearly every individual with the condition are headache, vomiting, fever and chills, confusion, seizures, stiff neck, drowsiness, and photophobia i.e. extreme sensitivity to bright lights (Davis & Stoppler, 2017). The most probable cause of my roommate’s symptoms is viruses given that she could be suffering from viral meningitis, which is the most common and least dangerous form of this condition. In her case, the condition could have been caused by enteroviruses, which are found or live in the intestines.…… [Read More]

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challenges of managing Hepatitis B in the community

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infection prevention and control theory, critically discuss the challenges of managing Hepatitis B in the community

One of the key public health issues that impacts innumerable individuals worldwide is viral hepatitis. This virus leads to substantial human mortality and morbidity from severe infection as well as chronic sequelae (including cirrhosis and chronic active hepatitis (with regard to hepatitis B, C & D). One among the ten commonest cancers that emerges across the globe -- hepatocellular carcinoma -- has been found to be linked closely to hepatitis B as well as, in some areas across the globe, to hepatitis C (Zuckerman., 2003).

HBV or Hepatitis B virus which belongs to the hepadna virus cluster is a double-stranded DNA virus that, atypically, gets reproduced via reverse transcription. HBV is endemic among humans and even hyper-endemic in several areas across the globe. Researchers have delineated various variants of the HBV virus. Natural infections…… [Read More]

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Improving Nursing Retention Rates by Reducing Burnout

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Improving Nursing Practice by Reducing Burnout Levels

Nursing may be the most stressful of all professions, and it is not surprising that many nurses abandon their careers after experiencing the rigors of their workplace. A growing body of research clearly shows that nurses in general and those working in emergency department settings in particular are at the highest risk of any profession for experiencing professional burnout syndrome (Hamaideh & Ammouri, 2011). For instance, Hamaideh and Ammouri (2011) emphasize that, "Many nursing tasks by normal standards are distasteful, giving strong evidence to support the belief that nursing is a stressful profession and that some causes of stressors are found in different areas of work, especially in areas where multiple and complex skills are required such as emergency rooms or departments" (p. 174).

Because there is already a critical shortage of professional nurses in many Western nations, identifying opportunities to reduce burnout…… [Read More]

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Behaviorism Reinforcement Punishment and Extinction

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garbage is a terminal behavior that can be shaped by multiple methods like reinforcement (positive or negative) or punishment. The initial behavior is not taking out the garbage at all, except when nagged incessantly. The goal would be to create a terminal behavior that involves taking out the garbage on the person's own initiative. In this case, fixed outcome shaping would be more appropriate because the behavior should be reinforced consistently. The steps I would take to shape the behavior are as follows.

First, I would explain to the person that the target terminal behavior is to take out the garbage when it is full. This involves a degree of critical thought on the part of the subject, as the person takes initiative when the garbage is full. The goal is for the person to take out the garbage without being asked but it is critical to establish the goals…… [Read More]

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Mothers Are Role Models Teachers Healers and Much More

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Mothers -- The Real Heroes

I'm standing before you today to help create vivid pictures in your minds about the vital role that mothers play in our lives, and why they are the true heroes.

[Point #1] American author Mark Twain said this about his mother: " ... she had a slender, small body, but a large heart -- a heart so large that everybody's joys found welcome in it ... " Indeed, no matter the size of her body, a mothers' heart is strong enough to supply the nutritional needs for her baby in the womb for nine months. A mother's heart is passionate enough to create a warm glow in the family's three children after a scare.

[Point #2] Ireland's JAMES JOYCE said this about mothers in his down-to-earth tone: "Whatever else is unsure in this stinking dunghill of a world, a mother's love is not." If researchers…… [Read More]

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Is Caterpillar a Buy

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Caterpillar

The world of investing is full of choices. Selecting those areas which can provide above average returns requires focusing on corporations with: strong management, balance sheets and business models. These elements allow firms to increase its earnings, dividends and shareholder value. This is what some of the most successful corporations do to achieve these objectives.

Since 1926, Caterpillar has been focused on providing tractors, construction equipment and other machinery to a variety of industries. The most notable include: oil / gas, construction and locomotives. Over the years, its business model has been continuing to evolve to meet the changing needs of customers. The result is that the firm is selling a variety of products in numerous countries around the world to include: the U.S., Canada, Brazil, China, the EU and Russia. (Standards and Poor's, 2014)

Caterpillar is organized into a number of different segments (i.e. Construction, Resources, Power Systems…… [Read More]

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Diabetes and Pediatric and Dialysis

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Craig, M.E., Hattersley, A., & Donaghue, K.C. (2009). Definition, epidemiology and classification of diabetes in children and adolescents. Pediatric Diabetes, 10(s12), 3-12.

This article is a chapter in the ISPAD Clinical Practice Consensus Guidelines 2009 Compendium. The complete set of guidelines can be found at www.ispad.org. The evidence grading system used in the ISPAD Guidelines is the same as that used by the American Diabetes Association. See page 2 (the Introduction in Pediatric Diabetes 2009; 10 (Suppl. 12): 1 -- 2).

Delamater, A.M., Patino-Fernandez, A.M., Smith, K.E., & Bubb, J. (2013). Measurement of diabetes stress in older children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes mellitus. Pediatric Diabetes, 14(1), 50-56.

Abstract: Objective: Studies indicate general psychological stress plays a role in the glycemic control of individuals with type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM). Disease-specific rather than general measures may be more closely related to measures of health outcomes. Therefore, measurement of diabetes-related…… [Read More]

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Stock Ratio Analysis & Review

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Walt Disney Company (DIS)

• Fundamentals - the company's business, is it financially sound? Is it growing?

Per their earnings amounts for Disney, the answer is that they are growing. They are indeed fairly financially sound, but their overall revenues are not doing all that well. Over the last three full years, revenue has grown at a clip of about $3 billion a year as they were at $42.2 billion in 2012, $45 billion in 2013 and $48.8 billion in 2014. Gross profit grew at a good clip over that same time frame, going from $18.8 billion in 2012, $20 billion in 2013 and $22.3 billion in 2014. The proportion of gross profit to total revenue did edge up slightly, albeit by about one percent. Net income has grown at about a billion per year, so it too is looking good. Total assets are growing (about five billion a year…… [Read More]

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Investment Banker

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Finance

There are several issues to consider when selecting an investment banker for an IPO. First of all, the respective bank (or the banker himself) needs to have an established track record that can be proven with concrete figures and performance thresholds. It is important to have relevant data to back assumptions that guarantee the bank's relevance in the industry, particularly in terms of previous successful IPOs and connections in the field. Another important issue will be the investment bank's capabilities: does it have sufficient resources to properly handle an IPO?

At the same time, it is important for the investment bank to match the profile of the company undertaking the IPO: it is useful to have an investment bank that understands the particularities of the business, not only of the financial perspective on things. It will thus also be able to build easier connections related to the IPO in…… [Read More]

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Serbia EPS CSR

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Serbia EPS sustainability report is an annual report regarding the social responsibility of Serbia's electric power industry. The report is released in attempts to make this industry to become a competitive player in the regional market to inspire and drive others industries in the country. Generally, strong and successful companies in this industry that operate based on social principles and market rules contribute to the community's prosperity. The main goal of the corporate social responsibility report is to examine the company's measures toward achieving sustainability. The sustainability efforts of Serbia EPS Company are geared towards ensuring the firm is a major player in the country's electric power industry in order to stimulate and drive the growth of other industries as well as contributing to the enhancement of the entire community. This report provides significant insights that contribute to the development of various recommendations for improvement in relation to corporate social…… [Read More]

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Conceptual Fit of Coaching Styles

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Autonomy-Supportive coaching style is more effective for female than male athletes in team sports.

Gender (nominal)

Gender is a concept which connects directly to the sense of how receptive or non-receptive humans are likely to be regarding all forms of coaching. Gender is one manifestation of the notion of how prosocial or anti-social human beings are likely to be. Some experts have argued that human beings are naturally inclined to be prosocial animals when given the proper nurturing -- such as a namely this type of support mechanism: when this type of support is lacking, it is more than likely that one will substitute it by pursuing extrinsic goals such as fame, ego enhancement or other extrinsic rewards. Such rewards are not something which help to reinforce prosocial behavior (Hodge & Lonsdale, 2011).

Thus, given this research the question becomes whether or not female athletes are more prosocial than male…… [Read More]

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Supply and Demand Curve

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Supply and Demand Curve: Shifts and Movements

Demand is, in basic terms, that quantity of a certain product/good that consumers are able and willing to buy/purchase at the prevailing price (Hirschey, 2008). A product's market demand function relates its aggregate quantity demanded to the various parameters, including price, that influence the said quantity (Hirschey, 2008). The demand curve is an expression of "the relation between the price charged for a product and the quantity demanded, holding constant the effects of all other variables" (Hirschey, 2008, p. 137). When it comes to supply, the term according to Hirschey refers to the quantity of a product that sellers are able and willing to bring to the market, under the prevailing economic conditions (Hirschey, 2008). A supply curve, therefore, is an expression of the relation between the quantity supplied and the price charged, ceteris paribus (Taylor & Weerapana, 2011). Equilibrium is achieved "when…… [Read More]

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Personality Theory Describe and Discuss the Basic

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Personality Theory

Describe and discuss the basic characteristics, tenets and methods of investigation/research for psychodynamic and cognitive perspectives regarding personality psychology, and the benefits/strengths and limitations/weaknesses of each approach.

The challenge that the researchers and personality theorists will face is to parsimoniously capture the process-oriented and dynamic nature of personality. Dweck (1996) in an earlier study asserts that "trait theorists have addressed some of the more static, descriptive aspects of personality-how people may be concisely described in terms of a set of global characteristics" (Dweck, 1996, p. 348). We are yet at the place where we can briefly express the context-sensitive and process-driven patterns belonging to the personality. Probably one way to do this is by understanding the predominant goals of people as well as their beliefs regarding the process through which the realization of these goals can be carried out (Dweck, 1996, p. 348).

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International Trade and Open Economy Macroeconomics

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International Trade and Open Economy Microeconomics

Why there is free trade between states in the United States but not necessary between countries

Trade between states in the United States is not restricted as this may hurt the entire wider American economy. United States in a way restricts free trade between it and other countries for a number of reasons. To start us off, the United States government uses tools like tariffs and quotas to enhance better allocation of resources. Tariffs and quotas other than helping the government generate revenue and discouraging imports into the United States, help in protecting smaller and more vulnerable companies and industries (Worth Publishers, 2010). Quotas basically limit the amount of specific goods that can be imported into the United States. The most common trade restrictions that are normally used in trade between USA and other countries are tariffs and quotas. Apart from generating revenues, tariffs…… [Read More]

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Motivating Exercise

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Training Programme) (30%)

Date/Time:

Strength/flexibility exercises test Rubric (5%)

The instructor (NOT student) will choose 5 strength/flexibility exercises from the student's Written Report that the student states he will use over the 3-month hypothetical training period. The Instructor will ask the student to perform the exercises in turn and name the muscle(s) being stretched or strengthened. This is NOT a physically demanding test (only 1 repetition is performed).

Possible

Marks

Strength/flexibility exercise

Conducted exercise correctly

Correctly named muscles strengthened/stretched

Strength/flexibility exercise

Conducted exercise correctly

Correctly named muscles strengthened/stretched

Strength/flexibility exercise

Conducted exercise correctly

Correctly named muscles strengthened/stretched

Strength/flexibility exercise

Conducted exercise correctly

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Correctly named muscles strengthened/stretched

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Strength/flexibility exercise 5

Conducted exercise correctly

0.8

Correctly named muscles strengthened/stretched

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TOTAL

(Total marks will be rounded down (not up). For instance, if you score 4.6, your TOTAL will be recorded as 4.0)

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Date/Time:

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Economic Conditions of Peru Dealing With Starbucks

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Peru Sbux

Economic Conditions of Peru

The Peruvian economy is of modest size, with a GDP of $332 million that equates to a GDP per capita of $10,900. The GDP growth rate is 6.3% and this rate of growth has been slowing for the past couple of years. The country's unemployment rate is relatively low but over a quarter of the country lives below the poverty line. Agricultural accounts for 6.4% of the total economy of Peru (CIA World Factbook, 2013). Coffee is among the country's leading agricultural exports.

The Economics of Coffee in Peru

The coffee industry in Peru remains relatively unorganized, with most production coming from small landowners. The main growing areas are removed from markets and the transportation infrastructure is poor, with many farmers taking their goods to market by donkey. Such markets are often not sophisticated either, with only one or two buyers, meaning that coffee…… [Read More]

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Horus History of the Egyptian God Horus

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Horus History Of the Egyptian God, Horus

Horus is one of the most important Egyptian gods and the Pharaoh was seen to be his earthly embodiment. At the same time, the Pharaohs were the followers of Ra and so Horus became associated with the sun as well and was seen as the son of the God, Osiris. In the common perception of Egyptian mythology, Horus is known as one of the offspring of the original pair of Egyptian gods, Ra and Rhea. Horus' siblings were Set, Isis, and Nephthys.

The mythological story continues with Osiris succeeding Ra as king of Egypt. Osiris is credited with bringing civilization to the Egyptians. Among the things he taught them were the uses of corn and wine, weaving, sculpture, religion, music and law. Set slew Osiris, and dismembered the body; but Osiris' consort, Isis, reassembled the body and brought Osiris back to life. Osiris…… [Read More]

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Business of Soccer

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Business of Soccer

The specific word "soccer" was developed in the 1880s in the Oxford University. There was a custom there to use "er" to the end of words they used in a short form. Thus the short name for rugby football had been shortened to "rugger." The word soccer was the reply given by a student named Charles Wreford Brown, when he was questioned about his wish to play "rugger." He expressed his desire to play soccer instead. The form was obtained by the shortening of the word AsSOCiation football. Afterwards, the football league was started and the first goal was scored by Jack Gordon, playing for Preston North End (The Essential History of Soccer). The earliest form of football was an exercise in China which dates back to the 2nd and 3rd centuries, BC. At that time, the rulers were the Han dynasty and they had a form…… [Read More]

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Unitedhealth Group Stock

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Corporate Finance

UnitedHealth Group Stock

This report will provide insight into the UnitedHealth Group Stock from an investor's perspective. The report will show a financial analysis included with an overview of the company's current health standing. The paper will also provide a summary of the company and their products and services. The key to any intelligent investing strategy lies in the investor knowing what a stock is really worth and also if it is safe to buy, sell or hold. Therefore, since this report is from an investor's perspective, the company's stock and industry will be reviewed so as to present a big picture of where United Health is today and where they want to go in the future.

Over the five past years the UnitedHealth Group stock has been making great progress as analysts consistently consider the group a strong buy option. As can be seen from the two…… [Read More]

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Identification and Analysis of Unethical Criminal Conduct Following Equities Market Crash 2000 to 2002

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Unethical/Criminal Conduct following the Equities Market Crash 2000 to 2002

This paper is a discussion of the identification and analysis of unethical and criminal conduct following the equities market crash from 2000 to 2002. The paper begins with an Introduction to the problem in Chapter One that also contains the hypothesis for the paper, the definition of terms section, and other valuable information. This information sets up the rest of the paper and gives rise to the belief that there was a great deal of unethical and criminal conduct in this country following this event.

A review of the literature follows in Chapter Two where information available about the issue will be presented and discussed. At least 60 sources will be analyzed in order to receive a complete picture of the issue. Chapter Three will then set up the methodology for analyzing this literature and determining what, if any, decision…… [Read More]

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Excellence in Clinical Nursing

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clinical nursing professionals require self knowledge as well as expertise in order to be successful in their field using Patricia Benner's book as a background. It has one source.

Clinical professions today require experts. In a clinical setting both nurses and doctor are equipped with information which will validate their presence for patient care. A critical understanding of the processes of diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of the patient is imperative as they are responsible for the patient care outcomes. Nurses today are playing a critical role as intermediaries, more knowledgeable than an attendant but with less expertise than the physicians themselves. Nursing is no longer a comparatively inferior career but a highly sophisticated field requiring clinical expert skills to carry out patient care duties. They are responsible for making on the spot decisions; act as coaches for aspiring nurses; specialize in certain areas such as rehabilitation, injuries, administrative nurses etc.…… [Read More]

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Nike's Current Ratio Slightly Improved Indicating Higher

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Nike's current ratio slightly improved, indicating higher liquidity and an improvement in its ability to meet short-term debt obligations. This did not reflect an increase in inventory, because the company's Quick ratio grew by approximately the same percent.

Quick

Nike's Quick ratio improved by approximately 3.5%, indicating an improvement in the company's cash position or a decrease in its short-term debt obligations. This might have a lot to do with the fact that Nike derives a significant portion of its income from international sales. Because its revenues are denominated in dollars, money in cash and short-term instruments may have increased in value if they are held overseas in non-dollar currencies. According to Nike's 10-k SEC filing, "Our largest international region, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), reported 20% revenue growth in fiscal 2003 compared to fiscal 2002. This growth reflected a 15 percentage point improvement due to changes in currency…… [Read More]