"Dunlop 1958" Essays and Research Papers

  • Dunlop 1958

    the top spot by increasing the annual revenues by at least 50% and that would be possible only through the acquisition of another company. Sumitomo Rubber Industries Ltd of Japan seemed to be a good strategic acquisition for Goodyear because of its Dunlop brand and manufacturing facilities in Japan – a market that Goodyear was looking to aggressively enter into. In this paper, we analyze the Goodyear – Sumitomo alliance by broadly discussing about the creation process, rationale behind the alliance...

    Bridgestone, Dunlop Tyres, Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company 1031  Words | 4  Pages

  • Global Tennis Racquet Market

    generated from the wholesale distribution of racquets in the market. View our full TOC here Key Regions Europe APAC Americas MEA Key Vendors Babolat VS SA Head NV Tecnifibre Wilson Sporting Goods Co. Yonex Co. Ltd. Other Prominent Vendors Asics Dunlop Gamma One Strings PACIFIC PowerAngle Prince Sports ProKennex Slazenger Solinco Sports Direct International Volkl Key Market Driver Increase in Awareness about Importance of Sports For a full, detailed list, view our report. Key Market Challenge...

    Badminton, Dunlop Sport, Racquet 282  Words | 3  Pages

  • Breakfast At Tiffany S

    attempt no reparation. Works Cited Breakfast at Tiffany's. Dir. Blake Edwards. Perfs. Audrey Hepburn, George Peppard. DVD. Paramount Pictures, 1961 Capote, Truman. Breakfast at Tiffany's: A Short Novel and Three Stories. New York: Random House, 1958. Print. Pugh, Tison. "Capote's Breakfast at Tiffany’s." Explicator 61.1 (2002): 51. MasterFILE Premier. Web. 27 Feb. 2015. Ryan, Michael, and Melissa Lenos. An Introduction to Film Analysis: Technique and Meaning in Narrative Film. London: Continuum...

    1958 in literature, Audrey Hepburn, Breakfast at Tiffany's 1264  Words | 5  Pages

  • Dunlop’s system theory with Fair Work Act 2009

     Dunlop’s system theory with Fair Work Act 2009 The system theory of John Dunlop is one of the traditional perspectives on the employment relationship. He trusts that if stakeholders bound together over a settled ‘web of rules’ can be seen as a distinct system in industrial relation. According to Dunlop (cited in Teicher, Holland & Gough 2006, p.34), he explains “The establishment and administration of these rules is the major concern or output of the industrial relation sub...

    Dispute resolution, Employment, Industrial relations 1054  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Defense of Duffer's Drift

    free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search The Defence of Duffer's Drift Author Major General Sir Ernest Dunlop SwintonLanguage English Genre Military art and science Publisher W. Clowes & Sons, London, reprinted from the United Service Magazine Publication date 1904 Map of Duffer's Drift The Defence of Duffer's Drift is a short 1904 book by Major General Sir Ernest Dunlop Swinton. It purports to be a series of six dreams by "Lieutenant Backsight Forethought" about the defence of a...

    Boer Wars, Defense, Ernest Dunlop Swinton 2340  Words | 4  Pages

  • Faa Part 43

    an incident due to improper maintenance. As maintenance managers, we must understand these implications that must be followed, so that we may ensure that our facility is performing to the standards set upon us by the FAA. The Federal Aviation Act of 1958 allowed for the regulation of air commerce in such manner as to best promote its development and safety. This brought about a rulemaking process to insure that all aspects of aviation could be regulated in a way as to provide maximum safety to all...

    Air safety, Airline, Federal Aviation Act of 1958 1416  Words | 4  Pages

  • Exam Question and Answer

    (5 marks) * According to the extract, life peers sit in the House of Lords. They sit in the House of Lords for life and are appointed by the Prime Minister by recommendations from his/her party as well as the opposition. The Life peerages Act of 1958 set the conditions for Life peers to be appointed and examples include Lord Sugar and Lord Mandleson. Life peers make up the majority of the House of Lords after the House of Lords reform act of 1999 removed the hereditary peers from the House of Lords...

    Baron, House of Lords, House of Lords Act 1999 838  Words | 3  Pages

  • Business Analysis Report

    machinery. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company ranks third among the world's tire manufacturers after Bridgestone Corporation and Michelin. The selected brand is Dunlop Tires which is owned by Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company which sells Dunlop brand tyres in North America, Australia and Europe. In other regions of the world, the Dunlop brand is owned by other companies. The association is the Tire Industry Association (TIA) which is an international association  representing all segments of the...

    Automobile, Dunlop Rubber, Dunlop Tyres 2683  Words | 8  Pages

  • Best Game Ever by Mark Bowden

    great book that talks about the 1958 NFL Championship game that helped transform the NFL into what it is today. It has exceeded all my expectations of the book and truly shows the impact this game had on the NFL. This was the first ever football game that was a national event, this was the first ever professional football teams viewed by millions. It would also be the first sudden death overtime game ever played in the NFL, Making the game that much more exciting. In 1958 Johnny Unitas, the Colt’s star...

    American Football League, Indianapolis Colts, Joe Namath 538  Words | 2  Pages

  • Pele the Great Soccer Player

    Santos FC in the city of São Paulo. He ended up playing for Santos for most of his career. Santos was the most successful and widely recognized team worldwide. He played for the Brazilian national team, in competitions and exhibitions, from 1958 until 1974. In 1958, he was selected to play in the World Cup for Brazil. He became the youngest player to play in a World Cup final match at 17 years and 249 days. He scored two goals in the final as Brazil beat Sweden 5–2. His first goal, a lob over a defender...

    1958 FIFA World Cup, American football, Association football 566  Words | 2  Pages

  • Self In 1958

    Self In 1958 As one begins to read “Self In 1958”, the first thing that comes to mind is the “picture-perfect” life and “perfect” woman of the 1950’s. The life of the woman was identical to a barbie doll, who had a faultless image and wore all American, fashionable clothing. The poem takes place in the year 1958 when a majority of Americans lived similar lives and faked their happiness for the outside world to fit in. But on the inside, the “perfect” life wasn’t so “perfect” for many. In...

    Bolesław Prus, Husband, Individual 1384  Words | 4  Pages

  • Lebanon, 1958

    LEBANON, 1958 Unrest in the Middle East This paper was written with the intent of the reader gaining a further knowledge of the role the United States intervention played in stabilizing Lebanon in 1958, when the country was on the brink of civil war. The paper briefly gives a summary on the state of Lebanon, how a civil war was nearly imminent, and why the United States got involved. The U.S. military had no idea what they would encounter in country...

    Beirut, Cold War, Middle East 1873  Words | 5  Pages

  • Pacific Dunlop Case

    management task. In the field of cross-cultural management/organization , the success of operations, efficiency depends on the understanding of few things what is the work culture, what is peculiar or specific to one nation or culture, customs. Pacific Dunlop case describes the experiences of a plant manager in China. Problems arise concerning differences in culture, expectations, and management styles. In a country like China the processes, people and systems are tuned in away, which is totally different...

    Culture, Developed country, Emerging markets 426  Words | 2  Pages

  • National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958

    The Congress hereby declares that it is the policy of the United States that activities in space should be devoted to peaceful purposes for the benefit of all mankind. National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958 Signed by President Dwight D. Eisenhower July 29, 1958 We go into space because whatever mankind must undertake, free men must fully share. I believe that this Nation should commit itself to achieving the goal before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely...

    Dwight D. Eisenhower, Harry S. Truman, John F. Kennedy 369  Words | 2  Pages

  • History of the U.S. Marine Corps Noncommissioned Officer 1958-Present

    History Of the U.S. Marine Corps Noncommissioned Officer 1958-Present Noncommissioned Officers are the backbone of the Marine Corps. Each leader is vastly different from the other. Some Marines enjoy being a corporal only because of the increase in rank and pay. A few become the tactless leaders junior Marines try to avoid. Fortunately, many others mature into Marines who strive to become the leader that other Marines wish to emulate. They know what it means to be a good leader. Those Marines...

    Corporal, Marine, Non-commissioned officer 981  Words | 3  Pages

  • Criticisms on Dunlops Theory

      |   | Merit pay is used to reward successful performance and is based on the amount of funds released by the Finance Department. Larger merit increases are awarded to those who consistently exceed performance standards. Increases are not granted to employees whose performance has been rated unsatisfactory overall. In accordance with LKY Group of Companies guidelines, supervisors recommend whether an employee should receive any increase based on annual performance review and the amount of increase...

    Chief executive officer, Employment, Evaluation 867  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Wrongs Act 1958

     1. The purpose and intent of The Wrongs Act 1958 (Vic) as it relates to torts The Wrong Act 1958 is a law most closely related to people's daily life, that means it is a legislation dedicated to set lawful regulation when someone in Victoria suffers from injuries of kind, he or she shall be lawfully compensated for his injury that may related to financial losses. After hundreds of years of development, Anglo-American tort law has formed a very sound legal system with negligent torts occupies...

    Common law, Duty of care, Law 2838  Words | 5  Pages

  • System and Change in Industrial Relations Analysis

    His article looks at two types of model building in IR. First, the traditional model of systems-thinking set forth by John Dunlop, one of the pioneers of IR theory. Introduced in 1958, Dunlop’s system theory of IR tries to provide tools to understand the widest possible range of IR activities and explains why particular rules are established in particular contexts. Dunlop argues that IR can be studied as an independent field in an industrial society (much like economics). The systems theory makes...

    Complex system, Criticism, Ideology 990  Words | 3  Pages

  • “Far from Being a ‘Thaw’ the Cold –War Became Significantly Frostier Between 1953 and 1958.” How Far Do You Agree with This View?

    “Far from being a ‘thaw’ the Cold –War became significantly frostier between 1953 and 1958.” How far do you agree with this view? o Structure:  Introduction  Main Body • Yes o 1954,  Geneva accords o 1955,  Vietnam War  Taiwan Crisis o 1956,  Suez Crisis  Hungarian Crisis crushed • No o Khrushchev denounced Stalin – peaceful co-existence o 1955  April: Austrian State Treaty  July, Geneva Summit  Conclusion • Introduction o In July 1953, a military armistice...

    Cold War, Joseph Stalin, Korean War 1415  Words | 5  Pages

  • Managing Employee Relations

    Aftermath of reconstruction and readjustment to post-war conditions, trade unions and employers re-establish relationships and proceeded to build new frameworks for collective regulation of industrial relations. The influence of academics * John Dunlop (1958), Richard Hyman (1975), Alan Flanders (1970) and Alan Fox (1966) - interest to identify the underlying dynamics and structural forces that were 'determining' worker behaviour. * Developed theoretical contributions that offered insights into: ...

    Collective bargaining, Employment, Employment contract 750  Words | 3  Pages

  • LMR Assignment

    management relations and on how they have weigh in the favorable circumstances of Singapore. 2. John Dunlop Theoretical Model John T. Dunlop, an economics professor in Harvard University, who was also considered a paramount labor relations expert started composing ''Industrial Relations Systems" an essential content for industrial and work relations classes in the United States, Europe and Japan in 1958 (Greenhouse, 2003). In “Industrial Relations Systems” it clarified the different nature of industrial...

    Collective bargaining, Employment, Industrial relations 1730  Words | 5  Pages

  • The American influence on Canadian sport growth and development.

    accomplish a great invention was a long journey which dates as far back as 1790. By 1878 the Montreal bicycle club was formed long before the new safe wheel was invented. These clubs would tour the countryside and even have there own rankings. In 1895 Dunlop tyre company's mass production sales went up to 75,000 tires, mainly due to Brothers Andre and Edouard Michelin. This gave society an easier way to keep fit and have fun. An enjoyable, cheaper way to travel from a to b. The American influence in...

    American League, Baseball, Canada 699  Words | 3  Pages

  • Virsa Singh vs The State Of Punjab on 11 March, 1958

    Virsa Singh vs The State Of Punjab on 11 March, 1958 ACT: Criminal Trial--Culpable homicide amounting to murder-- Prosecution to Prove-Presence and Nature of Injury -Intention to cause that Particular Injury, which was not accidental or unintentional and was sufficient to cause death in the ordinary (course of nature--Indian Penal Code (Act XLII of 1860), s. 300, 3rdly. HEADNOTE: The accused thrust a spear into the abdomen of ,he deceased. This injury caused his death. In the opinion of the...

    Causality, Concepts in metaphysics, Evidence 3170  Words | 8  Pages

  • Definition of Industrial Relations

    parallel interests of employers and employees, it is by no coincidence that Hyman realised that industrial relations is about processes of control and one maybe convinced to share the same sentiments, laying aside the concept of job regulation. Dunlop (1958:7) states that industrial relations is an interplay of three sets of actors. It is seen to be comprised of certain actors, certain contexts, an ideology which binds the industrial system together and a body of rules created to govern the actors...

    Capitalism, Collective bargaining, Economic system 2179  Words | 7  Pages

  • Strategic Choice Theory

    Kochan (Kochan, et.al, 1984) and his colleagues in the mid 1980s attempting to explain the transformation of the U.S. industrial relations when all other contemporary theories failed to. For example, in 1960s and 1970s the Dunlop’s systems theory (Dunlop, 1958) was widely accepted whereas some anomalies happened in it. First, the theory could not predict the union membership fell into a decline while traditional theories including Dunlop's theory presumed that labor unions would never change their employment...

    Business Decision Mapping, Choice architecture, Decision engineering 1544  Words | 5  Pages

  • Boook 1

    individually, and the determination of substantive and procedural issues at industrial, organisational and workplace levels (Rose, 2008). According to Kaufman (2010), industrial relations is viewed as the process of rule making for the workplace (Dunlop, 1958); job regulation (Flanders, 1965); social regulation of production (Cox, 1971); the employment relationship as structured antagonism (Edwards, 2005); social regulation of market forces (Hyman, 1995); process of capitalist production and accumulation...

    Capitalism, Industrial relations, Labour relations 7590  Words | 24  Pages

  • How Far Was the Dispute over Berlin in the Years 1958 – 1961 the Primary Cause of the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962?

    Between the years 1958 and 1961, the dispute over Berlin (often known as the ‘Berlin Crisis’) was one of the main issues between the USA and USSR, and caused a considerable amount of growing tension between the two states. The dispute over Berlin was a continuing issue over who was to occupy Berlin, the capital city of Germany. The city was seen as an important area for both states and led to several conflict issues throughout the time period. It could be argued that this issue and the tension caused...

    Berlin Wall, Cold War, Cuba 3914  Words | 9  Pages

  • Dunlopã¢Â‚¬Â„¢S Model & Tripartite Gum Model Used in Singapore

    • In the 1960’s, Singapore used the Dunlop model to achieve the common objective of the three participants which was to create more jobs and promote economic growth. • Singapore knew that it was vital to maintain good and constant interaction among the three participants in order for the country to stay competitive in the world market. Dunlop Extended Model • In recent times, some additions were made to the original Dunlop framework by researchers. • New components...

    Actor, Collective bargaining, Economics 616  Words | 3  Pages

  • B law

    Business Law Assignment Name:Yue Xingchen Student No:S57975 Date:11/09/13 Executive Summary This report is going to analyse the Wrongs Act 1958 (Vic) and torts in Australia. The Wrong Act 1958(Vic) is one of the most important proposed law in Victoria, It has been amendment in 2002 and 2003. The aim of the wrong Act was to legislate for wrongs against a person, Torts is an important part in The Wrong Act. This assignment...

    Common law, Damages, Injury 1543  Words | 6  Pages

  • Scientist: Patent and Sir Frank Whittle

    Waterman in 1884. 2. In which decade was the first solid state integrated circuit demonstrated? A. 1950s Explanation: On September 12, 1958, Jack Kilby demonstrated the first working IC while working for Texas Instruments, although the U.S. patent office awarded the first patent for an integrated circuit to Robert Noyce of Fairchild. 3.What J. B. Dunlop invented? A. Pneumatic rubber tire Explanation: Invented in 1887. 4. Which scientist discovered the radioactive element radium? D. Marie...

    Ballpoint pen, Frank Whittle, Hans von Ohain 1160  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Relationship Between Employers' Organisations and the State in Nigeria

    AN EXAMINATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EMPLOYERS’ ORGANIZATIONS AND THE STATE IN NIGERIA BY ANYIAM, IJEOMA LUCRETIA DECEMBER 2009 INTRODUCTION According to J.T. Dunlop (1958), an industrial relations system is comprised of the following actors: * A hierarchy of managers and their representatives in supervision (or employers and their associations) * A hierarchy of workers and any spokesmen (the workers and their unions), and * Specialized government agencies (or the...

    Collective bargaining, Employment, Industrial relations 1456  Words | 6  Pages

  • Compare and Contrast Swot Analysis and Vrio Model

    disadvantages of this analysis include the fact that this analysis does not “suggest how the firm should go about identifying and assessing its specific strengths and weaknesses and specific environmental opportunities and threats” (Self, Weiner & Dunlop, n.d., n.p.). Criticisms of this analysis also includes the fact that it creates lengthy lists, does not use any weights to illustrate priorities and uses vague words and phrases. Also, some factors end up as such that they could fit in two categories...

    Business terms, Competition, Competitor analysis 851  Words | 3  Pages

  • A Real Female: The KhoeKhoe Nation and Her Tragic Life

    handsome offer to Peter on selling Saartjie to him. After Peter agrees, the first night Heinrich owns her, Heinrich quickly raped her, and at the end promised to never touch her ever again. April 1809, it is the first time that Alexander William Dunlop meets with Hendrick Caesar to talk about Saartjie. He is the one who tries and convinces the Caesars to bring Saartjie to London. According to him, bringing Saartjie to England will be a great show for the English since she will be the first Hottentot...

    Bushmen, Georges Cuvier, History of South Africa 1997  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Unstoppable Journey. Transformation of Apollo Tyres

    plan to grow inorganically in Africa,Europe and South Asia will give Apollo internationally located manufacturing operations,and enable to spread its distribution network overseas International Acquisitions: In 2006 Apollo Tyres acquired Dunlop Tyre International ltd, South Africa, along with its subsidiaries in Zimbabwe and UK. Apollo Tyres South Africa has 2 manufacturing plants: Durban Factory and Ladysmith Factory. Both are ISO 9001:200 and ISO 14001 complaint. Durban...

    Africa, Bridgestone, Michelin 904  Words | 4  Pages

  • How Far Was the Dispute over Berlin 1958-1961 a Primary Cause of the Cuban Missile Crisis?

    How far was the dispute over Berlin 1958-1961 a primary cause of the Cuban missile crisis ? The Cuban missile crisis of 1962 is frequently described as the moment the cold war turned hot. Many believe that this thirteen-day period was the closest the world came to nuclear conflict. This essay will focus on the primary causes of the Soviet Union placing missiles on Cuba: closing the missile gap, trying to force the issue of Berlin or to protect Cuba. The essay will focus on many individual...

    Berlin Wall, Cold War, Cuba 3288  Words | 9  Pages

  • Climate Variables and the Change in Western United States’ Levels

    Lab 4: Climate Variables and the Change in Western United States’ Levels Abstract: The purpose of the lab was to determine the outcome of the daily time steps from 1958-2062 of the Western United States and compare them. That was done by using three factors in three different time periods; was placed in a global change model simulation of complex models and were then compared to determine the outcome of the experiment. What all these graphs meant was that the overall Ocean Mixed-Layer Temperature...

    Climate, Comparison, Comparisons 732  Words | 3  Pages

  • Labour Relationship Review of Litereture

    LITERATURE Labour Relations in Colonial PNG A country’s fundamental features of industrial relations whether in whole or segment, according to the late Dunlop, one of foremost American labour relations scholars,depended on three factors: the effect of chronological period, the pattern of social change and the process of economic development (1958:38). Jackson (1924), Parr (1974) and Nelson (1976) described it as incomprehensible and strange to most labourers in the Wau-Bulolo gold fields and...

    Collective bargaining, Employment, Industrial relations 534  Words | 2  Pages

  • Doctrine of Privity

    doctrine of privity. Only parties contracted to each other can enforce an agreement Dunlop v Selfridge “Only a person who is a party to a contract can sue on it.. Our law knows nothing of a jus quaesitum tertio (rights on account of third parties) arising by way of contract “ as per Viscount Haldane Dunlop sued Selfridge and stated that Selfridge was bound by their term that they have made with Dew&Co. Can Dunlop enforce the term agreed with Dew against Selfridge? HOL stated no. Due to doctrine...

    Common law, Contract, Contract law 1189  Words | 2  Pages

  • fart

    Stuart L. Thomsen (b. May 20, 1958 in Whittier, California)[1] was an American bicycle motocross (BMX) racer. Stu Thomsen was one of the first of the "Old School" of professional BMX racers who gained fame in the early days of the sport beginning in 1974. His prime competitive years were from 1976-1985. Sometimes called the Babe Ruth of BMX[2] for his prolific success and domination of BMX racing during the sport's early days from the mid-1970s into the mid-1980s, Thomsen's considerable career...

    American Bicycle Association, Babe Ruth, Bicycle motocross 753  Words | 3  Pages

  • METHODOLOGY AND PROCEDURE: very good example of methodology chapter for Master Students

    access and ability. Given the nature of the dissertation it was the intention of the author to use "Action Research" as the primary method of investigation. However given that the author no longer has direct access to the "featured" organisation (Dunlop Hiflex Ltd), it would have been impossible to plan, monitor or change any experimental situation focused on organisational development, within the organisation. Since the research methodology is based on experimental conditions, no observation or...

    Kaizen, Kanban, Lean manufacturing 1600  Words | 6  Pages

  • 3m Case Study

    3M CASE STUDY Q1) Conservative Approach: Three Product Concepts * Mandate from management * Should not risk new process; Dunlop may use “revolution” against new method * Need to validate method at least once before basing major strategic decisions on it. * Not enough data yet to make such a drastic recommendation * Three concepts appear very promising and are enough of a “success” already. Radical Approach: New Business Unit Strategy * Team was charged with finding breakthroughs;...

    3M, Innovation, Management 552  Words | 3  Pages

  • homes for the ages

    Generation did not advance as much as most people hoped, but eventually, the "Third Generation" was brought about by the invention of integrated circuits in 1958. Integrated circuits replaced transistors, and many computer languages came out in this time. Many more computer companies were born during this time, and eventually this led to personal computers for everyday use. Microprocessors introduced the beginning of the "Fourth Generation" and a time where computers were in almost every house. ...

    Computer, Electrical engineering, Electronics 1998  Words | 7  Pages

  • Actus Reus/Mens Rea

    Angus can be charged with constructive murder of Chris under section 3A (1) of the Crimes Act 1958 , but the prosecution must prove all the elements of the offence beyond a reasonable doubt. ACTUS REUS The actus reus requirement for murder is that Angus caused the death of a human being and that his actions were voluntary. Chris, a human being, was an innocent customer who entered the service station and was struck by a bullet from the gun which Angus was holding; he dies as a result of this strike...

    Causality, Causation in English law, Crime 797  Words | 3  Pages

  • Industrial Relations

    INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS PERSPECTIVES UNITARY THEORY Workplace “has one source of authority and one source of loyalty” (Fox 1996: p. 3) - Dunlop (1958) argues that in a unitary theory, work organizations are integrated institutions with workers and management working in harmony. - Thus no conflict thesis is a dubious integration. It thrives on assumptions that all workers identify not only with the aims of the enterprise but also with the operating methods (Seifert 1992)...

    Capitalism, Capitalist mode of production, Karl Marx 1802  Words | 6  Pages

  • Pest Analysis of Indian Tyre Industry

    The economy of was emerging and the total production of vehicles more than doubled between 1994 and 2004 so it had a good potential for the industry. Basically in 1926, the first tire was made by a British company Dunlop, and followers of Dunlop were other three foreign companies: The Americans Firestone, Good Year and Italian Ceat, but latter on Indian companies took over these foreign companies. Now there are about 40 companies in India producing 70 million tires. The...

    Economic growth, Economics, International trade 666  Words | 4  Pages

  • Something about Michael Jackson

    Michael Jackson was born on August 29th, 1958 in Gary, Indiana. He started his professional performing career in 1964 as part of The Jackson 5 and began his solo career in 1971. Known internationally as The King of Pop he has been an icon in music, fashion and dance for over 4 decades. Michael Jackson had never taken traditional dance training; he learnt how to dance just by watching those around him and improving upon it. He was strongly influenced by James Brown, Fred Astaire, Sammy Davis Jr, Gene...

    American film actors, Fred Astaire, James Brown 937  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Khmer Rouge vs the Lon Nol Government: Jus Ad Bellum

    Sihanouk, introduced expansive improvements to the education systems in what would soon become Democratic Kampuchea (Dunlop, 2005, p.53). The schools, though in theory beneficial for the country, resulted in high numbers of unemployment among the educated. This, coupled with high taxation on farmers and the banning of rice sales to the Vietnamese Army, resulted in wide spread civil unrest (Dunlop, 2005, p.59). Primary evidence of the student support for the KR regime can be seen in comment of Phal, an ex-Khmer...

    Cambodia, Cambodian Civil War, Democratic Kampuchea 2228  Words | 6  Pages

  • Hottentot Venus

    Scully 2008 pg.50) It is here that the Hottentot Venus was born. A military doctor, by the name of Alexander Dunlop makes a contract with Henrik’s to show the Hottentot Venus to the world. Sara Baartman refused to go to Europe without Hendrik, and Hendrik was blackmailed into accepting the contract that did not specify any monetary gain for him or Sara Baartman. Arriving in England Dunlop, Hendrik Sara and the boys from the Slave Lodge lived in a Duke apartment. In England people would pay two shillings...

    Georges Cuvier, Human zoo, Khoikhoi 1444  Words | 4  Pages

  • Althea Gibson Woman S History Month Project

    Sydney Llewellyn Education: Attended Florida A&M University Accomplishments: Singles/Doubles: Tennis • • • • • French Champ(1956) French Champ(1956) Wimbledon(1957) Wimbledon(1956) US Open(1957) Australian Champ(1957) Wimbledon(1958) Wimbledon(1957) US Open(1958) Wimbledon(1958) Althea Gibson: Life(Tennis Career) • Althea Gibson born August 25th, 1927 in Silver, South Carolina grew up in New York City. Her career of playing tennis came from a very young age. • In 1942 at the age of 15, Althea Gibson...

    Encyclopedia, Encyclopædia Britannica, New Jersey 391  Words | 8  Pages

  • Case Studies

    success: Blue Riband strategies C-95 Kiwi Travel International Airlines Ltd C-105 CASE 8 Beefing up the beefless Mac: McDonald’s expansion strategies in India: C-120 CASE 9 Nucor Corporation and the US steel industry C-128 CASE 10 Pacific Dunlop: Caught on the half volley C-157 CASE 11 Philip Morris C-173 CASE 12 Pisces Group of Singapore C-188 CASE 13 Raffles, Singapore’s historic hotel C-194 CASE 14 Southwest Airlines, 1996 C-205 Introduction Preparing an effective case analysis ...

    ArcelorMittal, Case analysis, Case study 67614  Words | 207  Pages

  • Milkha Singh: The Flying Sikh

    Army and Government of Punjab, India Religion Sikh Spouse(s) Nirmal Kaur Children 3 daughters; 1 son; 1 adopted son Achievements: Won the 200 and 400 meters events in the 1956 Tokyo Asian Games Won the 400 meters at the 1958 Cardiff Commonwealth Games Broke the Olympic record for the 400 meters event while finishing fourth in the 1960 Rome Olympic Games 2. ‘Azm tera bhi kuch haath hai taqdeerein banane mein, haathon ki lakeeron se taqdeerein nahi banti.’ Sardar...

    1960 Summer Olympics, 1968 Summer Olympics, 2000 Summer Olympics 1240  Words | 5  Pages

  • Human Resource Management

    see how some functions can influence the strategies of other functions. The first one is Industrial Relations systems and processes, according to Dunlop(1958), this is “the process by which human beings and organizations interact at the workplace, and more broadly in society as a whole to establish the terms and conditions of employment” (Dunlop, 1958). In order to succeed in this field, the Human Resources Manager must have a wide understanding of the labour relationship, the laws that cover any...

    Human resource management, Human resources, Management 2657  Words | 8  Pages

  • Sarawak Land Code Chapter 81

    LAWS OF SARAWAK LAND CODE CHAPTER 81 (1958 EDrTrOlO lncorporatingall amendments modifi cations and ' upto L 1.1999 Conpiled in the STA'IE ATTORNEY.GENERAL'S CIIAMBERS, KUCHINC DICETAK OLEH PERCETAI(AN N,4SIONAL MALAYSIABERHAD, KUCHNC, SARAWA( 1999 : 1 - . ] . 2"1 Native customary rights Part II 5.---(1)'' As ftom the lst dayofJanuary, 1958, native customary rights may be createdin accordance with the native customarylaw of the cornmurity or conmunities concemedby...

    Native customary rights, Sarawak, The Land is Ours 846  Words | 4  Pages

  • Economic Problems of Pakistan since 1947

    Economic Problems of Pakistan since 1947 1. The duration  of economic coordination  in 1947-1953 2. The duration of planning board 1953-1958 3. The duration of powerful planning commission in1958-1968 4. The duration of decline of planning commission in 1968-1980 5. Attempt at revival of planning commission. PERIOD OF ECONOMIC COORDINATION (1947-1953): First of all economic planning development was established in1948. In order to Act as clearing house and to establish economic coordination...

    British Empire, Economic planning, Five-year plan 863  Words | 3  Pages

  • Great Leap Forward Essay

    “The first years of the People’s Republic of China under the CCP Rule 1949-1962” Question 1: “The changes the CCP initiated in the period 1949 to 1958 were of benefit to the peasants and to China” Between 1949 and 1958, Chairman Mao Zedong implemented large scale changes to China in hopes of rapidly transforming the country from an agrarian economy into a modern communist society. Inevitably, the changes that Mao implemented in this period of time had a significant impact on both China and...

    China, Chinese Civil War, Communism 1075  Words | 4  Pages

  • Ayub Khan

    he launched a tirade of accusations against politicians. In his diary of May 22, 1958, Ayub Khan claimed that politicians were self-centred and greedy. They wanted to reach the corridors of power by any means and then begin looting without thinking about the future of the country; that unscrupulous politicians ‘… would not even hesitate to demolish the institution of Army.’ It became obvious in the beginning of 1958 that Ayub Khan had waited for an opportune time to strike. The political conditions...

    Ayub Khan, Feroz Khan Noon, Iskander Mirza 1329  Words | 4  Pages

  • group cohesion

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