• Babybook Research
    A. SPECIFIC AIMS Aim 1: To test whether embedding anticipatory guidance in baby books is an effective method for increasing maternal knowledge of child development and parenting strategies. Research on the dissemination of anticipatory guidance has shown that pediatricians often do not provide anticipatory...
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  • Talent Gap in It Industry
    MASTERS DISSERTATION Addressing the Talent Gap in the Indian Information Technology (IT) Industry: A study into increasing graduate employability Examination Number: 7185047 MSc. International Business and Emerging Markets (2009-2010) 1 ABSTRACT The story of the Indian IT industry is one...
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  • Teacher
    Research Project Harvard Graduate School of Education EVIDENCE THAT FAMILY INVOLVEMENT PROMOTES SCHOOL SUCCESS FOR EVERY CHILD OF EVERY AGE HARVARD FAMILY RESEARCH PROJECT NO. 1 IN A SERIES SPRING 2006 Family involvement in eaRly CHilDHooD eDUCation The family seems to be the most effective and...
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  • Aid Effectiveness: Fact or Fiction
    International Forum Vol. 12, No. 2 October 2009 pp. FEATURE Foreign Aid Effectiveness: Fact or Fiction? Sunia Fukofuka Abstract: The literature on foreign aid is vast and conflictive. Data show that certain types of aid are both effective and ineffective. Some call for more...
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  • Msr: Facebook and Sns
    WORD COUNT: Contents Page 1.0 The Client Brief: Background………………………………………………………….. 2 2.0 The Proposal: Objectives………………………………………………………………. 2 3.0 The Proposal: Research Design………………………………………………………. 3 4.0 The Proposal: Data Collection – Methodology………………………………………. 4 5.0 The Proposal:...
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  • The Role of Generativity
    for Childless Adults and Parents? Tanja Rothrauff Æ Teresa M. Cooney Published online: 11 October 2008 Ó Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2008 Abstract Given that parenthood is considered a central adult status with developmental implications, and an increasing number of adults are childless...
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  • GLOBALIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT
    List of Contributors Introduction Vii Shantanu Chakrabarti, Kingshuk Chatterjee 1. The Changing Concept of Nation-State and Strain on National Autonomy V 1 Divya Mishra 2. Globalisation, Development and The Question of Vulnerability Dipanwita Roy Ghatak 15 ...
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  • Learning
    Table of Contents 2 Executive Summary 2 Background 2 Methodology 4 Findings 4 1. Introduction 10 2. International Definitions 12 3. Causes and Characteristics of Dyslexia 19 4. Identification of Dyslexia 24 4.1 Dyslexia Early Screening Test (DEST) 25 4.2 Cognitive Profiling...
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  • Mobile Information Provider
    Literature Review of the Cambodian Health Care system: Strengths, weaknesses, and future research opportunities 1 Introduction: Cambodia’s health system is in a period of transition as policy innovation and reform has only begun as of 1996. Importantly, the Ministry of Health (MoH) and donor...
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  • Differences in Hiv Knowledge and Sexual Practices of Learners with Intellectual Disabilities and Non-Disabled Learners in Nigeria
    Aderemi TJ et al. Journal of the International AIDS Society 2013, 16:17331 http://www.jiasociety.org/index.php/jias/article/view/17331 | http://dx.doi.org/10.7448/IAS.16.1.17331 Research article Differences in HIV knowledge and sexual practices of learners with intellectual disabilities and non-disabled...
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  • Annotated Bibliography Interdisciplinary care and patient safety
    Appendix 1. Annotated Bibliography of Key Articles Identified for Gap Analysis Abraham, J., Kannampallil, T. G., & Patel, V. L. (2012). Bridging gaps in handoffs: A continuity of care based approach. Journal of biomedical informatics, 45(2), 240-254. Application to Review: Nurse-Physician, Handoff...
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  • Stages of Adolescent - Paper
    may enter and exit relationships very quickly. The teen is still discovering his sexuality, considers both homosexuality and heterosexuality. Sex education at this stage, thus, is very essential. A sense of morality and ethics develops in a teenager. The teen selects his role models and even sets goals...
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  • The Effects of Advertising on Children
    Melbourne PO Box 13112 Law Courts Melbourne Vic 8010 Tel: 03 9963 6800 Fax: 03 9963 6899 TTY: 03 9963 6948 Sydney Central Office Level 15, Tower 1 Darling Park 201 Sussex Street, Sydney PO Box Q500 Queen Victoria Building NSW 1230 Tel: 02 9334 7700, 1800 226 667 Fax: 02 9334 7799 Australian Communications...
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  • Donald K. Carr
    epistemologies of career and technical education students influence their behaviors in classes and their interactions with instructors. The conceptual analysis of this research was based on three major theoretical frameworks of personal epistemology: qualitative developmental stages, quantitative belief systems...
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  • Motivational Process
    favorable judgments of their competence or avoid negative judgments of their competence (Dweck & Elliott, 1983; NichoUs, 1984; Nicholls & Dweck, 1979). l Adaptive motivational patterns are those that promote the establishment, maintenance, and attainment of personally challenging and personally valued achievement...
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  • Carolyn
    RUNNERS? AN ANALYSIS OF BLACK GIRLS AND HIGH SCHOOL MATHEMATICS by CAROLYN DENISE KING A dissertation submitted to the Graduate Faculty in Urban Education in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, The City University of New York (2013) UMI Number: 3553563 ...
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  • Ptsd
    CAMBODIAN TEENAGER LIVING IN VULNERABLE SITUATION Chapter i INTRODUCTION 1. Background and rationale Mental health is very important. We will not have a healthy body if we don't also have a good mental health. Good mental health...
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  • تكنولوجيا التعليم
    SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION KNOWLEDGE REVIEW 12 Teaching, learning and assessing communication skills with children and young people in social work education SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION KNOWLEDGE REVIEW 12 Teaching, learning and assessing communication skills with children and young people in social work...
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  • Research Awareness
    to refine this search by doing the following: I limited the media to be only articles from scholarly publications and refined by content type to ‘journal article’ in order to obtain results from credible sources.  I refined the search by publication date of 2008 to present to ensure the literature was...
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  • Celtic Tiger
    turning points in Ireland’s economic growth. Finally we conclude by saying 1) that Ireland’s ability to attract foreign direct investment (FDI) was one of the defining features of the country’s economic success over the 1990s 2) timely tax breaks have created various employment opportunities 3) But the...
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