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DominantSocialParadigm and its Impacts on Environmental Policies in the United States
Venkata R Prasad Goparaju
Date: 15 October 2008
Every country has societal values and principles that are derived from and are the basic for the evolution of...
The purpose of this paper is to compare and contrast the three predominant organizational paradigms; rational, natural and open systems. Each paradigm has its own unique characteristics and understanding these paradigms can best be understood through real-life...
of differences between governmental and non-governmental participants (interest groups, industry, parties, public opinion, etc.) when it comes environmental policy issues in the United States. Many factors, such as money, volunteers, etc. play a vital role in these processes.
Local, regional and national...
University the dissertation contains no more than 100,000 words of text.
It has been claimed that marketing needs to create a new ‘paradigm’. Following a critical analysis of marketing’s philosophical foundations the thesis argues that the discipline should instead seek to build upon...
Of all the global environmental problems, desertification is, perhaps, the most threatening for poor rural people. The most accepted definition of desertification states that it is land degradation in arid, semiarid, and dry sub-humid areas resulting from various factors, including...
THE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT PARADIGM: OPERATIONALIZING SEN’S IDEAS ON CAPABILITIES
Amartya Sen’s ideas constitute the core principles of a development approach that has evolved in the Human Development Reports. This approach is a ‘‘paradigm’’ based on the concept of well-being...
Strategic Management Journal, Vol. 7, 485-501 (1986)
The Dominant Logic: a New Linkage Between Diversity and Performance
C. K. PRAHALAD Graduate School of Business, The University of Michigati, Atin Arbor, Michigati, U.S.A. RICHARD A. BETTIS Edwin L. Cox School of Business, University, Dallas, Texas...
Behavior change models have been the dominantparadigm in the field of development communication. Different theories and strategies shared the premise that problems of development were basically rooted in lack of knowledge and that, consequently, interventions needed to provide...
Paradigms of global public relations in an age of digitalisation
James E. Grunig, University of Maryland
Although the attention being paid to the new
digital media may be the latest fad in public
relations, these new media have the potential
to make the profession more global, strategic...
is a newparadigm that has replaced transactional marketing. Design/methodology/approach – A literature and empirical study indicated that relationship marketing is neither an invention of the late twentieth century, nor prevailing in practice. This suggested that rather than a complete paradigm shift...
framework for the study consumer behaviour it is helpful to begin by considering the evolution of the field of consumer research and the different paradigms of thought that have influenced the discipline. As described in this article, a set of dimensions can be identified in the literature, which can be...
Ethnography is a “Holistic” Approach to the Study of Cultural Systems and
Introduction to the Cultural Systems Paradigm (CSP) ........................................................8
Ethnography is the Study of the Socio‑cultural Contexts, Processes, and Meanings in
Such convergence produced a rich analytical vocabulary but also conceptual confusion. The field has not experienced a unilinear evolution in which new approaches superseded and replaced previous ones. Instead, different theories and practices that originated in different disciplines have existed and...
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Matt Watson,∗ Harriet Bulkeley,♣ Ray Hudson♦
Tackling environmental problems demands the development of new modes of
integrating policy regimes and institutional structures. Putative moves from
government to governance, characterised...
Conflict, Privatisation, and the Notion of Social Neodarwinism
Maurice Yolles Liverpool Business School Liverpool John Moores University 98 Mount Pleasant UK - Liverpool L3 5UZ firstname.lastname@example.org
Series editor: Maurice Yolles ISBN: 0901537-349
The Janus Center for Management Systems and Cybernetics...
visible evidence of the poverty and marginalization experienced disproportionately by Aboriginal people. It will also reflect on whether changing the dominant discourse would illuminate the poor health effects of substandard and overcrowded housing on this population. Therefore the purpose of this paper...
diverse leadership styles depending upon the situation, task, and group. Finally, we’ll examine how ExxonMobil adapts and adjusts when encounter a paradigm shift.
In terms of organizational structure, ExxonMobil has developed a global business organized around different important markets. In a large...
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The Rise and Fall of the Washington Consensus as a Paradigm for Developing Countries
CHARLES GORE * United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Geneva, Switzerland
Summary. Ð The introduction of the...
tourism: a paradigm shift toward sustainability
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Author: Jamrozy, Ute
Publication info: International Journal of Culture, Tourism and
Hospitality Research 1. 2 (2007): 117-130.
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to suggest a shift in the tourism
marketing paradigm away from...