• Social Evils Poverty and Health
    Social Evils, poverty and health Poverty is one of the most important social evils and a major determinant of ill health (1). From time it is known that poor social status is a major determinant of disease and reduces longevity in a big way. The Charaka Samhita rec...
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  • Essays on Social Issues
    PARLIAMENT OF INDIA RAJYA SABHA   DEPARTMENT RELATED PARLIAMENTARY STANDING COMMITTEE  ON PERSONNEL, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES, LAW AND JUSTICE   EIGHTH REPORT ON THE SCHEDULED CASTES, SCHEDULED TRIBES AND OTHER BACKWARD CLASSES    (RESERVATION IN POSTS AND SERVICES) BILL, 2004  ...
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  • Origin and Development of Social Work
    MSW-001 ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL WORK School of Social Work Indira Gandhi National Open University Maidan Garhi, New Delhi Origin and Development of Social Work Editor Prof. Gracious Thomas School of Social Work Indira Gandhi National Open University Maidan Garhi, New Delhi...
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  • Economic Effects on Social Values
    Economic Effects on Social Values in Vietnam The economy of Vietnam has developed rapidly since the economic renovation called Doi Moi, which created great progresses in Vietnamese society such as decreasing the rate of unemployment, improving the living standard, and bringing Vietnam to a higher p...
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  • M&S Striving for Competitive Advantage
    Introduction A firm's strategy is said to be its long-term objectives or its direction in its quest to gain and sustain competitive advantage over its rivals. In this race to achieve competitive advantage, a firm must ask itself 3 questions, what forms of value do we seek to create? How do we...
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  • The Business Implications of Social Media Marketing
    The Business Implications of Social Media Marketing In today’s competitive arena, marketing is the essential aspect for every organisation to identify, anticipate and satisfy customer requirements profitably as well as to achieve organisational objectives. Different companies are adopting diffe...
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  • Social Network Sites: a New Way to Communicate
    Social Network Sites: A New Way to Communicate Jeannette Graver INF 103: Computer Literacy Instructor Alnaji February 13, 2012 Table of Contents Introduction 2 Introducing the Social Web 3 Popular Social Network Sites 4 Facebook 5 Twitter 6 My Space 6 LinkedIn 7 Privacy conce...
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  • 'Eve Teasing'- a Social Curse
    'Eve Teasing in Bangladesh' -Causes and Remedies Introduction: Our Society is suffering from many social evils at the moment. One of the worst evils is the Eve Teasing. Now Eve teasing is one of the main threats for Bangladesh because it is destroying the social balance. Eve teasing is a...
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  • Effects of Social Problem Among Youth
    The social evils that are plaguing our society today could hardly be catalogued, they are uncountable in the true sense of the assertion . Among the prominent social problems are the escalating crime waves , religious intolerance , disrespect for elders , laziness and lateness of duty , widespread...
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  • Social Evil
    A social evil is any action or consequence that is not in the public interest or which is anti-social and works against the development of society. Social evils cause damage to the society or its citizens in physical, emotional or cultural form. Terrorism would be an example of a social evil as woul...
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  • Pros and Cons of Social Networking Sites
    Social networking sites provoke extreme reactions. You either like it or hate it. There are no in betweens. The rise of social networking sites have been phenomenal partly due to the immense freedom it affords. While the internet made the world a global village, the social networking sites brought t...
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  • Social Evil
    Participants highlighted the following concerns about how we seem to live our lives: • A decline of community: communities are weak and people are increasingly isolated from their neighbours, at considerable cost to well-being and happiness. • Individualism: people tend to see themselves as i...
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  • Evils Against Girls
    It is believed that every year 12 million girls are born in the country but unfortunately only 1/3 of those survive. Some are killed in the womb, some at the time of birth, some die due to ill health and some due to poor nutritional status. Only a few numbers of girls are able to survive till their...
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  • What Causes Social Intolerance?
    What Causes Social Intolerance? ‘Across multiple disciplines in the social sciences, the study of social inequality represents a prominent area of research.’ Social tolerance has commonly factored as a point of political study. This can be seen as a result of an increasingly plural...
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  • Social Workers
    Social reformers in India A reform movement is a kind of social movement that aims to make gradual change, or change in certain aspects of society rather than rapid or fundamental changes. A reform movement is distinguished from more radical social movements such as revolutionary movements. Refo...
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  • Starbucks Social Media Analysis
    MEMORANDUM TO: XXXXX XXXXX FROM: XXXXX XXXXXX DATE: February 23 SUBJECT: Analyzing Social Media: Starbucks The following memo will address the use of social media for the Starbucks Organization. A brief introduction to Starbucks will be given along with an introduction to social media....
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  • A Short Summary of the Social Gospel
    Social Gospel Perhaps a most natural starting point is to realize that the rise of the social gospel within the Roman Catholic Church occurred within the larger context of the economic situation in America during the late nineteenth century. Laissez-faire economics, which advocates economic freedo...
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  • Role of Ev Raswaminaicker as a Social Reformer
    INTRODUCTION In this paper I am trying to examine the role of E.V. Ram swami Naicker, the radical social reformer of India in the twentieth century. Naicker or 'Periyar' as he was popularly called fought a lifelong battle against the tyranny of those placed higher in theVarnashram. The crusade he l...
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  • Comparison of the Power of Aducating Adolescent Girls by Cynthia B. Lloyd with Juliet Young and Social Development, the Empowerment of Women and the Expansion of Civil Society..Alternative Ways Out of the Death and Poverty Trap by Anita M. Weiss
    [pic] Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad Submitted to : Dr. Rukhsana Submitted by : Bushra Nazir Semester : M.Sc. IR 2nd Department of International Relations INTRODUCTION In modern days a country is said to be developed if it is socially as well as econ...
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  • Social Networking
    Social Networking Nicole Carr INF 103 Computer Literacy Lisa Turner 75% of internet users are registered members of at least one social network site and 10% of all the time spent online is devoted to social networking (Nielson Wire 2009), are you included in that percentage? (Bowles, 2010, 7....
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