• Effects of Modern Gadgets in the Study Habits of First Year Bachelor of Science in Office Administration Students
    Chapter 1 The Problem and Its Background Introduction In the year where modern gadgets are not yet invented like computers, mp3 players, iPod and cell phones, students are not yet engage in activities using technologies new gadgets. Students rely on books and visit library facilities to study...
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  • Report
    study was focused to determine the advantages of modern wedding and more spectacular while the traditional wedding is very simple and plain. The problems of modern weddings are more expensive but it is dream come true for the couple wants to be sensational and the traditional wedding are focusing...
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  • The Effects of Modern Gadgets
    The effects of Modern Gadgets In the study Habits of first year BSBA Students in the LSPU-SPCC. _______________________________________ I. Introduction In the Philippine 21st century are now facing challenging that brought about by a modern and rapid change in our society. In this...
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  • Discipleship in Christianity
    of it. This study however, is an exploration into Christian discipleship. Its primary aim is to compare and contrast the primitive and modern approach to discipleship. While the secondary aim is to establish what lessons can be learnt in this modern times, applying primitive styles to disciple...
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  • HIV-AIDS
    Fighting HIV/AIDS in Africa & Reconciling Modern Medicine with Traditional Beliefs in Swaziland. It may be a difficult mission to get anthropologists and medical professionals to sit down and discuss human studies from a holistic perspective simultaneously. Especially on issues like HIV and...
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  • Integration of Modern Medicine to Traditional Medicine
    CINS – AAF PROJECT NGONGONGARE VILLAGE REPORT A STUDY CONDUCTED AT NGONGONGARE VILLAGE By Dr Josiah Tayali MPH 1 PREFACE The purpose of this study is to establish the link between THPs and modern medicine in order to integrate traditional heath practice with the modern medicine...
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  • Modern Technology
    connecting the three frames indicates the relationship between three groups. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM This study is conducted to answer the ff. questions. 1. What is the profile of the respondent in terms of 1.1 Age 1.2 Sex 1.3 Study habits 2. What is the effect of Modern Technologies in...
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  • “Modern Gadgets: Daily Useful Applications Versus Health Hazard to Mankind”Modern Gadgets: Daily
    Modern Gadgets: Daily Useful Applications versus Health Hazard to Mankind” By: Jason Pablo Fame Angelo Baltazar INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Modernization has invaded the whole humanity. With these gadgets around us, life becomes very convenient in many aspects. People find it...
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  • The Effect of Modern Technology on the Social Well-Being of Youth
    INTRODUCTION Background of the Study In the 21st century, Modern Technology played a very important role in the lives of people especially with the youth. Nowadays, according to some research, students of this generation are one of the major users of the inventions created by...
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  • The Roles of Modern Communication Tools in the Development of Secretarial Profession
    in doing office jobs. the facts is that, this has brought fear for technologies will soon throw them out of job, this implies that they do not clearly understand the roles this modern equipment have came to play for the secretaries. this study was therefore designed to identify the roles modern...
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  • Course Description
    . History of Modern Literature: Study of modern literature language and styles which express the ideas and feelings in China in recent thirty years, for students to learn the history and development in traditional literature, new literature and modern literature, so as to discover the styles and...
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  • Notes
    Its effects on Today’s Organisations Several studies have been conducted on different impacts of the modern technology on today’s organisation focusing on the improvements and changes made by technology in modern world and human lives and society, Information Systems and the Organisation...
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     Biological/Physical/Evolutionary Anthropology: AP404A(19 Russell Street) Tuesdays 2:00pm-3:00pm Application of modern evolutionary theory to studies of the morphology, ecology, and behavior of human and non-human primates. Natural Selection: Nature selecting traits that a certain species...
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  • Fliptop Battle: the Modern Balagtasan
    as the modern Balagtasan is the focus of this study. Analyzing and critiquing is the main purpose of this research paper. Specifically, this study sought why Fliptop Battle dubbed as Balagtasan of modern day. This study was likewise anchored on the assumption that Fliptop Battle: The Modern...
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  • Role of Modern Communication Tool in the Development of Secretarial Profession
    THE ROLES OF MODERN COMMUNICATION TOOLS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SECRETARIAL PROFESSION (A CASE STUDY OF MANMARK LIMITED, ENUGU) TABLE OF CONTENT Title page Approval page Dedication Acknowledgement Table of contents List of tables Abstract CHAPTER ONE 1. Introduction 1.1...
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  • Financial Accounting
    ASSESSING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MODERN INTERNAL CONTROLS ON ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE. A CASE STUDY OF ALERT GUARDS AND SECURITY SYSTEMS LTD BY NASWALI INNOCENT 09/U/02/AFD/GV A RESEARCH REPORT SUBMITTED TO THE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT & ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE...
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  • How Does Detailed Knowledge of Local Context Help the Historian Understand Early Modern Cases of Witchcraft?
    context might help the historian understand early modern cases of witchcraft is by proving generalisations about the subject wrong. Such broad sweeping ambiguities are found in macro level studies. With regards to who were the victims of witchcraft, it is...
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  • bad effect of modern technology
    of hand"; and (2.) a prefix "-logia." This only means that technology is a scientific progression and modification of tools, machines, techniques, systems, and methods of organization which helps in solving pre-existing problems of humans. Background of the Study  In the era where in modern...
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  • Genetic Anthropology: New Understanding Through Genetic Testing
    . The other main theory is the Out of Africa Model. This model suggests that Homo saipan evolved in Africa and then migrated into the Middle East, Europe and Asia. The leading theory in Genetic Anthropology is the Out of Africa Model (Johanson, 2001). DNA studies indicate that all modern humans...
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  • Because I Could Not Stop for Death by Emily Dickens
    For the post of Written Recruitment Test for the post of Postgraduate Assistants in Tamil Nadu Higher Secondary Educational Service.  Syllabus: English (Subject Code: P02)  Unit-I – MODERN LITERATURE (1400-1600)  Poetry For Detailed Study Chaucer : Prologue to the Canterbury...
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