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    aged were required to work, low pay received by workers * cheating and selling poor quality products at very high prices * Karl Marx and Robert Owen – “social reformists” * emergence of big corporations – bribery 4. After the Period of Depression (1930s to the present) * government...
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  • Final Study Guide (Ch.12-15)
    Central Michigan University Eco 110 (Economics & Society) Study Guide—Final Exam Lecture 12: Classical Economists: Optimists & Pessimists Possible T-F, multiple choice, matching Identify People: • Jean-Baptiste Say o “The French Adam Smith” o French economist during...
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    | |People[show] | |Charles Hall · Henri de Saint-Simon Robert Owen · Charles | |Fourier William Thompson · Thomas Hodgskin Louis Blanc · Moses | |Hess · Karl Marx ...
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  • Comperative Study of Antony Cleapetra and All for Love
    about religion. o Notable authors: John Donne, George Herbert, Andrew Marvell The Augustans • 18th century literary movement based chiefly on classical ideals, satire and skepticism. o Notable authors: Alexander Pope, Jonathan Swift Romanticism • 19th century (1800 to 1860) movement emphasizing...
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  • ch-1,Schools of Thought in Management
    Schools of Thought in Management Why knowledge of the evolution of management theories is important to managers • Contributions in management came from intellectuals with widely different backgrounds, so no unified theory of management • So over a period of time, various approaches for managerial...
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  • Management Thot
    markets Establishment of the new employer–employee relationship and so on Industrial Revolution, which sowed the seeds of modern management Early contributions The development of a systematic management thought took place in the twentieth century. But this should not create the impression that this was...
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  • History of Economic Thought
    Physiocrats. His book appeared on the eve of the Industrial Revolution with associated major changes in the economy.[3] Smith's successors included such classical economists as the Rev. Thomas Malthus, Jean-Baptiste Say, David Ricardo, and John Stuart Mill. They examined ways the landed, capitalist and labouring...
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  • Literary Group in British Poetry
    classicism 4.3 Women poets in the 18th century 4.4 The late 18th century 5 The Romantic movement 6 Victorian poetry 6.1 High Victorian poetry 6.2 Pre-Raphaelites, arts and crafts, Aestheticism, and the "Yellow" 1890s 6.3 Comic verse 7 The 20th century 7.1 The first three decades 7.1.1 The Georgian...
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  • Cell Theory
    existing cells and the cell is a fundamental unit of structure, function and organization in all living organisms. The cell was first discovered by Robert Hooke in 1665. He examined very thin slices of cork and saw billions of tiny pores that he remarked looked like the walled compartments of a honeycomb...
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  • Management
    a way not very different from it was done until the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The Chronology that follows lists the major contributions to the practice of management from approximately 5000 B.C. to the late 20th century. To 1776, when Adam Smith described the benefits of the division...
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  • History of Literature
    horse riding, fishing, trekking can be a part of literature. Some outdoor books are 'The Adventures of Tom Sawyer' by Mark Twain, 'Treasure Island' by Robert Louis, 'Voyages' by Richard Hakluyt and 'A Short Walk in the Hindu Kush' by Eric Newby. Narrative Literature- Today we find movies, audio and video...
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  • The Great War and Modern Memory
    for writers, such as Robert Nichols's "Battery Moving Up to a New Position from Rest Camp: Dawn". In this poem, soldiers who are walking by a church find that they could have injuries like those Jesus suffered in the crucifixion. Many other writers like Sassoon and Wilfred Owen compare the soldiers...
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  • Pshyco Analisis
    Oedipus complex might not be the only factor contributing to intrapsychic development By 1936, the "Principle of Multiple Function" was clarified by Robert Waelder.[15] He widened the formulation that psychological symptoms were caused by and relieved conflict simultaneously. Moreover, symptoms (such as...
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  • Pharma Gupshup
    Principles of Management Chapter Learning Outcomes 2.1 Historical Background Of Management. 2.2 Classical Approach. 2.3 Quantitative Approach. 2.4 Behavioral approach. 2.5 Systems Approach 2.6 Contingency Approach 2.7 Current trends and Issues 2.8 Knowledge management & Learning organization 2.9...
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility
    improving economic performance. • Classical Economic Theory Classical capitalism has been the basic inspiration for business. In this view, a business is socially responsible if it maximizes profits while operating within the law. Today the classical ideology still commands the economic landscape...
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  • Romanticism
    The host of lesser artists of the romantic tradition included the French Géricault , the Swiss-English Henry Fuseli , the Swiss Arnold, the English Pre-Raphaelites , the German Nazarenes, and the American artists of the Hudson River school. Romanticism in Literature Although in literature romantic...
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  • baroque music essay
    of interest as historical documents and as models of style and reasoning. Such cannot be said for most of the papers gathered together in this contribution by Peter Walls to a series called, not without pretension, “The Library of Essays on Music Performance Practice.” Titles in the series are limited...
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  • Melanie Klien
    were very similar to the techniques used with adults. Anna Freud, on the other hand, held that children's egos were not yet developed enough for classical analysis, and, instead, she advocated a more educative role for the analyst who works with children. The heated debates in WWII Britain -- within...
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    Recent developments in European social and environmental reporting and auditing practice – A critical evaluation and tentative prognosis David L. Owen Research Paper Series International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility ISSN 1479-5124 Editor: Dirk Matten International Centre for Corporate...
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  • Physics Timeline
    Physics Timeline | | | | | | [Ancient Greeks][Pre-Galileo][Classical][Modern]Ancient Greeks 425 bc | Democritus proposes that all matter is made of small indivisible particles that he calls "atoms." | 280 bc | Aristarchus of Samos determines the relative distances of the sun and the moon...
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