"Review Of The Relative Literature Of Natural Insect Repellent" Essays and Research Papers

  • Review Of The Relative Literature Of Natural Insect Repellent

    INTRODUCTION A. Rationale The researchers chose this issue because of the increasing incidents of dengue fever cases in the region & in the country. They believe that this study will greatly contribute to the prevention of insect bites especially in younger children. The researchers are aiming that it will help minimize the cases of dengue which is considered as a year round disease & is fatal. Health care in the Philippines has been a dilemma of many Filipinos especially those families...

    Dengue fever, Eucalyptus oil, Insect 715  Words | 3  Pages

  • What Is Natural Insect Repellent?

    i am so afraid of any kind of insect especially cockroaches and i want to act before i have a problem with it. What do you suggest i do to prevent the insects from even approaching my house? If this happens, how do i minimize the problem? Thanks There is nothing more annoying than having a houseplant with an insect infestation and not knowing what to do about it. To prevent destruction from pesky insects, though, you must know what you are up against and what is effective to keep the pests away...

    Aroma compound, DEET, Entomology 981  Words | 3  Pages

  • All Natural Insect Repellant

    things. Example is the insects. One of the easy ways to prevent insects is to use insect repellant. This is the reason why the researcher decides to make a liquid insect repellant. There are many commercially available liquid insect repellant in the market. The commonly used commercial liquid insect repellant in the Philippines is quite unaffordable and use chemical that may cause irritation. The researcher plans to use all natural ingredients in the liquid insect repellant in his study...

    Entomology, Eucalyptol, Eucalyptus oil 885  Words | 3  Pages

  • Natural Mosquito Repellent

    NATURAL MOSQUITO REPELLENT” I. INTRODUCTION Mosquitoes can be unwelcome guest these rainy days and it is a major insect problem of people. Commercial repellents are harsh, have poisons that are not suitable for children and not always effective in repelling these pesky bugs. We don’t know what are the side effects of these repellents are. Some leaves, unripe fruit, and their seeds contain vermicidal and insectidal properties. It is an inexpensive alternative in avoiding mosquito that causes...

    DEET, Essential oil, Essential oils 1908  Words | 6  Pages

  • Investigatory Project: Natural Bug and Mosquito Repellent Body Spray

    Title: Natural Bug and Mosquito Repellent Body Spray I. Introduction A. Problem of the Study This study was conducted to answer the following problems: Will mixing the Natural essential oils can introduce new form of natural bug and mosquito repellent body spray? B. Importance of Study Female mosquitoes bite to obtain the protein from blood that they use to nourish their eggs, according to the Department of Health. Body odors and...

    Aedes, Citronella oil, Dengue fever 768  Words | 4  Pages

  • Effectiveness of Lemon and Orange Peel as Insect Repellent

    CHAPTER I Introduction There are many plants that can be used for making an insect repellant that is highly branded. The researcher wanted to make lemon and orange peel as an insect repellant main ingredient because we can also get them the fruit in our own tree or backyard and get only the peel. The researcher chose lemon and orange peel because it is also good for our body and skin. The lemon peel contains Vitamin C and citric acid which are good for our skin. While an orange peel also...

    Citrus, DEET, Dengue fever 938  Words | 4  Pages

  • Investigatory Project Mosquito Repellent =)

    new change into our lives researchers prefer a natural insecticide in is not only affordable but it is also a health caring not like in chemical it is toxic and it is not environmental friendly in this case our planet earth undergoes a global warming so instead using a chemicals we used a natural ones. B. Significance of the Project It can prevent and use to kill mosquitoes in our house or anywhere it also prevent the insect borne disease like malaria, yellow fever, dengue...

    Chemical substance, Dengue fever, Fever 836  Words | 3  Pages

  • Insect Repellent and Investigatory Project

    little sticky.  Put it in a container. LEmongrass GArlic and GInger Insect Repellant (Investigatory Project) By: Mikaela Singson and Allen Jeso Eloro Presented to: Mr. Ongsotto Abstract Our purpose of making this repellant is that insect will avoid destroying that object like plants, things, foods and such for it has a strong smell insects doesn’t like. And we make this repellant by boiling the two ingredients and after that, we combine it together...

    Angiotensin, Blood, Entomology 865  Words | 3  Pages

  • Entomology: Relatives Insects

    Entomology: The Study of Insects and their Relatives Insects and their terrestrial relatives belong to the phylum called Arthropoda and have inhabited the earth for an extensive time. Paleontologists show that the earliest fossils, most primitive forms of arthropods date back to the Devonian Period over 350 million years ago (Henning 1981). By the Age of Dinosaurs, 300 million years ago, insects were abundant in number and diversity. Like the dinosaurs, some pre-historic forms of insects were enormous:...

    Biological pest control, Entomology, Honey bee 1867  Words | 6  Pages

  • Insego Insect Repellent

    Background The patentee Henan Elraz of the “Insect Repellent Formulations” stated thatthe present invention provides an insect repellent aqueous formulation comprising of the following ingredients: a combination of at least two essential oils, citrus peel tincture, and vinegar. The novel combination of ingredients in the insect repellent formulation of the invention creates a substantially enhanced effect compared to that obtained by using each of the ingredients separately. The formulation of...

    Aromatherapy, Citrus, Cooking oils 1169  Words | 4  Pages

  • Insect Repellent and Literature Cinnamon

    THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CINNAMON (Cinnamomum loureiroi) OIL IN THE PRODUCTION OF NATURAL INSECT REPELLENT Submitted by: Syd Ian Matthew de Ama Aireen Fortunado Andrea Christie de Vera August 31, 2011 Submitted to Mrs. Jennet D.R.Mañalac and Mrs. H.P. Fronda for The evaluation of Science Investigatory Projects (SIP) *Acknowledgement* The researchers would like to acknowledge and express their deepest appreciation to their...

    Cinnamon, Dengue fever, Insect repellent 1721  Words | 8  Pages

  • Insects Repellants

    Achievers Academy Inc. Km.17 Brgy. Ilang, Davao City Submitted to: Sir Neil Evara Tequin Submitted by: Lorydel Avergonzado How to make a cheap Insect Repellant Acknowledgment I would like to acknowledge my parents because w/out their help I can’t finish this project of mine. I want also to acknowledge our handsome teacher...

    Dengue fever, Entomology, Garlic 525  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chapter II - mosquito repellent c

    Chapter II REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES A. CONCEPTUAL LITERATURE Many attempts have been made to produce an insect repellent from Lanzones peelings. Lanzones peelings are the main ingredient for our study. The group chose it because according to research, the skin of lanzones has a certain compound that can repel mosquitos. When burned, it also produces an aromatic smell which is soothing and relaxing. This ingredient can also be burned easily. It is perfect for the production...

    Cofactor, Insect repellent, Malaria 926  Words | 3  Pages

  • Pandan as Cockroach Repellent

    Title: Production of pest repellent using Pandan leaves (Pandanus amaryllifolius) extract against Home Cockroach Research proposal Researchers: Bombita, Mark Jairus Horigome, Jojie Florague, Joana Liza Realista, Joy Adviser: Olive B. Blanco Julia Ortiz Luis National High School Sagaba Sto. Domingo Nueva Ecija 2012-2013 INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Any home can have cockroaches. They are scavengers and a health hazard. While walking on spoiled food in garbage containers...

    American cockroach, Cockroach, Cockroaches 1364  Words | 5  Pages

  • Natural Insect Repellents

    Natural Insect Repellents | | | Maintain a healthy lifestyle with ALVEO | Around the world millions of people spend a lot of money on buying insect repellents for domestic use. This is a very important investment for families as insects and various arthropod pests spread dangerous diseases, killing or sickening millions of people each year. In fact, the health of a family may sometimes depend even on the choice of insect repellent being used at home. Insects and other disease spreading...

    Chocolate, Clove, Essential oil 11126  Words | 30  Pages

  • Mosquito Repellent Draft

    aurantium Linn.) Peelings as Mosquito Repellent Research Proposal October, 2013 Chapter I Introduction Background of the Study Mosquitoes are one of the major problems in our community because they are carriers of a disease called Dengue. The researcher makes some further studies on how to drive away the mosquito-carrying borne diseases and developed this topic to make an organic repellent coil. The researcher use Leucaena...

    Anopheles, Dengue fever, Insect repellent 1357  Words | 6  Pages

  • Insect Repellent and Investigatory Project

    Beverage Ingredients: Regional Insights Oils, Flavour Enhancers, Flavours, Flours, Fluorescers, Fragrances, Humectants, Insect Repellants, Insecticides, Lacquers, Milk, Minerals, Miscellaneous Ingredients... Premium Views To Stop Spread Of Malaria of the female Anopheles mosquito by using mosquito nets and insect repellents. The spread of the population of mosquitoes, especially of that of the female Anopheles... Premium Hospitality Training Source: Hospitality - Your Keys to Success. Lanny...

    Agricultural extension, Anopheles, Dengue fever 557  Words | 3  Pages

  • Atis leaves as an insect repellant

    Investigatory Project (Natural Mosquito Repellent) Abstract Mosquito repellents are essentially required these days. Mosquito coils are one of the cheapest and effective way of avoiding them, but this coils are made up of chemicals which can harm our health. So we thought about making a substitute mosquito coil that is not harmful to our health and that is the Anstor katol a natural and environmental friendly coil. Introduction Background of the Study: We chose this project because...

    Aedes, Aedes aegypti, Antioxidant 786  Words | 4  Pages

  • Citronella Grass Oil as Mosquito Repellent

    Citronella Grass Oil as Mosquito Repellent ABSTRACT The study aims to produce oil economically available and accessible to the people. The study specifically focuses on using lemon grass or citronella grass or cymbopogon marginatus as a mosquito repellent in ointment. METHODOLOGY Materials * Citronella grass * concoction set (pot, water, stove,) * container Procedure 1. Let the citronella grass dry. 2. Gather and prepare all your needed materials 3. Boil the dried...

    Citronella oil, Citronellol, Cymbopogon 767  Words | 3  Pages

  • cacao leaves as insect repellant

    Cacao leaves can kill insects because of a toxic chemical they contain. This toxic chemical is called tannin and it is very poisonous to insects. B. Statement of the problem This study is made to find out the effectivity of cacao as an insect repellent. It also aims to answer these questions: a. Is there a significant difference between Cacao insect repellent from the commercial insect repellants? b. How long does it take to process this insect repellent? c. How long will its...

    Boiling, Eucalyptus oil, Insect 410  Words | 5  Pages

  • Literature Review

    Literature Review This Literature review seeks to provide knowledge on the research that has been found on Sustainable Tourism Management in the Small Island Caribbean States. A general background would be given on, Sustainable Tourism, Sustainable Tourism Management likewise an overview of the Small Island Caribbean States along with the issues that are plaguing them with the development of Tourism. In addition to this there would be an examination of the relationship between Tourism and managing...

    Association of Caribbean States, Caribbean, Sustainability 1510  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Effectiveness of Chili and Kamias as Natural Insect Repellant

    The Effectiveness of Chili (Capsicum frutescens) and Kamias (Hedychium cornarium) as Natural Insect Repellant I. Statement of the Problem This study is conducted to determine the effectiveness of chili and kamias mixture as a deterrent for insects such as flies, mosquitoes and cockroaches. The experiment is done by spraying various concentrations of chili and kamias extract on plants and insects to determine the affectivity as well as the toxicity of these mixtures. Specifically, it aims...

    Black pepper, Capsicum, Chili pepper 1096  Words | 4  Pages

  • Literature Review

    behaviour, such as alcohol fuelled violence. This literature review will explore the academic readings, that help assist identity key issues relating to a criminology perspective of alcohol related problems. Ergo, based on past research from the academic readings this literature review will explore prevention strategies that help reduce social harm to the individual and the community, and also the consequences that alcohol can lead to. Also, this literature review, has identified gaps within the academic...

    Abuse, Child abuse, Crime 1670  Words | 5  Pages

  • Literature Review

     Literature Review Team C BSHS/435 May 18, 2015 Staci Lowe Literature Review Elderly are not immune to mental health issues. The research question is “How does social support impact the mental health of the elderly?” The research question will allow the study to see what types of social supports help the elderly reduce the mental health issues they face. It will synthesize and evaluate the data, and explain the importance of the topic to establish ways to cite statistics how social support...

    Ageing, Aging, Gerontology 1734  Words | 9  Pages

  • Literature Review

    Literature Review The purpose of this research project is for you to create a scholarly piece of graduate-level research and writing, which conforms to APA format. Competency in the APA format is required of all Business graduates of Liberty University, as set forth by policy of both the Graduate Faculty and the administration. You will research and write a literature review on a topic relevant to our course. What is a Literature Review? “A literature review discusses published information...

    Academic journal, Academic publishing, Peer review 1008  Words | 4  Pages

  • Literature Review

    Reviewing of literature is an essential part of your academic research project. The review is a careful examination of a body of literature pointing toward the answer to your research question. A literature review is the effective evaluation of selected documents on a research topic. A review may form an essential part of the research process or may constitute a research project in itself. In the context of a research paper or thesis the literature review is a critical synthesis of previous research...

    Academic publishing, Original research, Primary source 1104  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Effectiveness of Using Garlic (Allium Sativum Linn) as a Safe and Efficient Liquid Mosquito Repellent

    The Effectiveness of using Garlic (Allium sativum linn) as a safe and efficient liquid mosquito repellent Proponents: Camba, John Joel D. Concha, Christopher Bryan A. De Guzman, John Adrian F. Mrs. Arlen Gatpo September 2011 Chapter One The Research and it’s Study | Introduction: Urban places were visualized in a modernized and civilized setting. At present, urban places are populated because people from rural places migrate to...

    DEET, Dengue fever, Garlic 1302  Words | 6  Pages

  • literature review

    Questions frequently asked about the literature review: What are the topics...or what can I write about? Topics need to come from the course content. You may choose from the following: Any of the lecture topics Any of the sub topics within any of the chapters of your text You may choose a topic from any of the weeks as it is better to choose a topic that you are interested in or find particularly relevant from any of the unit’s topics, rather than be restricted to the first few or last few...

    Academic publishing, Expectancy theory, Motivation 1655  Words | 3  Pages

  • Literature Review

    American families and the celebration of Christ’s birth to a prideful, competitive marketing strategy to increase economic growth for manufacturers. Christmas is about giving, not getting, and it is important to remember that. Through this literature review, I will discuss the history of Christmas in America and focus on its origin, traditions, and marketing aspects and how it has progressed throughout the years. I have selected five articles from various areas using the library database. Each article...

    19th century, Christmas, Christmas card 1723  Words | 5  Pages

  • Literature Review

    Reviews of Related Literature This chapter presents the different readings, literature and studies that are closely related to adolescent stress and response. These were gathered from books and internet materials. Adolescence is typically a time of great strain on the body, mind and emotions. According to E.A. Peel (Essentials of Educational Psychology), “The adolescent is beset by problems of divided loyalties, accentuated by the lack of adult privileges and responsibilities. He thus appears excessively...

    Adolescence, Anxiety, Peer group 1516  Words | 7  Pages

  • literature review

    Writing a literature review The overall purpose of a literature review is to demonstrate a knowledge of the existing body of research in a particular topic area. In other words, it retrospectively undertakes a critical analysis of the pros and cons of existing important studies and research and shows which issues require new or further study – how the body of knowledge could be improved. As such, it is a useful way of arguing for new research to be done - for example, as part of a proposal for...

    Academic publishing, Citation, Original research 1882  Words | 7  Pages

  • literature review

    Writing a Literature Review A literature review… • Provides an overview and a critical evaluation of a body of literature relating to a research topic or a research problem. • Analyzes a body of literature in order to classify it by themes or categories, rather than simply discussing individual works one after another. • Presents the research and ideas of the field rather than each individual work or author by itself. A literature review often forms part of a larger research...

    Academic publishing, Argument, Present tense 1542  Words | 7  Pages

  • Literature Review

    Literature Review: Effects of 9/11 on Pakistan’s Textile Industry Submitted to: Mr.Amir Baig Submitted By: Waleed Nasir BS-ECO 2k9 Pak-US relations have remained unpredictable ever since the 9/11 attacks. The literature review the effects of September 11 attacks on Pakistan’s textile trade entails analysis of reports, articles and online magazines. The secondary research gave an insight on how applicable and imminent the research hypothesis is and in what aspects the terrorist attacks...

    Economics, September 11 attacks, Taliban 725  Words | 3  Pages

  • Literature Review

    Abstract The primary role of literature review in a quantitative research study to gain information on the subject of your research question and identify unbiased and valid studies connected with your research question. For instance, my quantitative research question is “all other factors being equal, do high school students reading popular fiction achieve better Language Arts test scores than high school students reading curriculum-required fiction?” My hypothesis is that high school students...

    Causality, Fiction, High school 1081  Words | 4  Pages

  • A Literature Review

    A Literature Review Eimear Eves '' B00344400 Module '' Research Methods PUP 313 Tutor '' Trevor Currans ‘Is there a creditable link between criminality and biology, does it predispose peoples inclination towards criminality?’ Introduction The main objective of this literature review is to identify different approaches and research on the idea that biology and criminal behaviour are linked in some way. I will use three separate literature articles from philosophers in this field surrounding...

    Biology, Cesare Lombroso, Crime 1863  Words | 6  Pages

  • review of literature

     Review of Literature Sarah Shipley Review of Literature Health promotion is defined by the World Health organization as the process of enabling people to increase control over, and to improve, their health. It moves beyond a focus on individual behavior towards a wide range of social and environmental interventions. Health promotion is a whole body and mind approach instead of looking at one specific...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 791  Words | 3  Pages

  • Literature Review

    Running head: LITERATURE REVIEW Literature Review Western Governors University Literature Review The professional setting is a public healthcare facility that has licensed for 1,395 beds and budgeted to staff 745 bed. This facility provides emergency, inpatient, and outpatient services with 714 full-time physicians and 900 registered nurses (RNs). The hospital is also a teaching hospital that trains many medical professionals daily. The hospital has several units like children center, maternity...

    Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Florence Nightingale, Health care 1836  Words | 6  Pages

  • Literature Review

    Coleman Literature Review 1 Literature Review Convicted Felons: Should they be allowed to vote? Writing II Professor: Melissa Piumelli 2 Introduction: The term disenfranchisement or taking away a criminals right to vote, has been around since ancient...

    Bill Clinton, Criminal law, Democracy 2045  Words | 6  Pages

  • Hrd Audit Literature Review

    Literature Review If you believe everything you read, better not read. (Japanese Proverb) [pic] What is a literature review? A literature review is an account of what has been published on a topic in the past. Its purpose is to inform the reader what has been established about a topic and what the strengths and weaknesses are. A literature review must be defined by a guiding concept and should not be a list of all the material that you can find (Porter, S. 2008, p.49). What is...

    Critical appraisal, Evidence-based medicine, Human resource management 697  Words | 3  Pages

  • Literature Review

    Such two characteristic factors make me interested in the relationship between luxury brand and Economic recession. So I researched the ideas and found a few books which talked about the luxury brands in Asia under economic recession. The literature review will pay attention to a book on the cult of Luxury Brand, Impact of Personal Orientation on Luxury Brand Purchase Value, Shopper Behaviour in Recession and impulsive buying behaviour in recession. Radha Chadha is one of the most famous...

    Branding, Goods, Luxury good 1510  Words | 5  Pages

  • Review of Literature

    Network Pricing - A Review of the Literature Mcandrews, James J. Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Citation Information: Review of Network Economics. Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages –, ISSN (Online) 1446-9022, DOI: 10.2202/1446-9022.1023, June 2003 Publication History: Published Online: 2003-06-01 Automated teller machines (ATMs) have altered the relationship between banks and their depositors, as well as the competitive relationships among banks. In this paper, I survey the literature to describe the ways...

    Automated teller machine, Bank, Customer 1823  Words | 5  Pages

  • Literature Review

    Assessment Task #1 Literature Review Write-Up This literature review concerns the texts ‘Introduction’ from Rabelais and His World by Mikahail Bakhtin and ‘Some Psychodynamics of Orality’ from Orality and Literacy by Walter Ong. Mikhail Bakhtin was born in Orel, Russia on November 17 1895. He was associated with the Russian formalists, and this text was not well received when first written. He claimed that Rabelais’ a French writer during the renaissance, book was misinterpreted, but his dissection...

    Eric A. Havelock, François Rabelais, Marshall McLuhan 1181  Words | 4  Pages

  • Literature Review

    Literature Review Product Counterfeiting: Motivations of Consumers When Purchasing Non Deceptive Counterfeit Goods Nowadays, luxury brands have become even more prevalent especially in developing countries where economies are starting to emerge. “Traditionally, luxury goods or status goods are defined as goods for which the mere use or display of a particular branded product brings prestige on the owner, apart from any functional utility”. ...

    Counterfeit, Goods, Luxury good 1486  Words | 5  Pages

  • Literature Review

    Running Head: LITERATURE REVIEW: DOES HOMEWORK INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT? LITERATURE REVIEW: DOES HOMEWORK INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT? Caroline Oakland University EST 601 Problem Sheet 3: Review of the Literature 1. What are the specific problem(s) or question(s) to be addressed in your literature review: The Value of Homework in Student Achievement. Is there a positive effect? Negative effect? No effect ? 2. What general reference tools did you...

    Education, Educational psychology, High school 1837  Words | 12  Pages

  • Literature Review

    Literature review Definition of marketing strategy There are a lot of authors speak about the marketing strategy, the marketing strategy is very important in business, it can lead the firm towards attractively economic opportunities which are adapted to their imagination and know how to provide a potential to help the company grow and earn more profits (Lambin,1997). If we want to have good marketing strategy in the firm, we need to understand the strategic situation confronting in an organization...

    Competitor analysis, Distribution, Marketing 1203  Words | 4  Pages

  • REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

    REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE Lemon grass (Cybopogon citrates) is a perennial herb widely used in Asian cuisine. It is commonly used for teas, soups and insecticides. In the Philippines lemon grass is called “tanglad” commonly used to savour Filipino delicacies. In a study Evaluation of Herbal Essential oil against Mosquitoes by the Department of Plant Production Technology and Faculty of Agricultural Technology in Bangkok Thailand affirmed that lemon grass indeed contains organic repellents against...

    Citronella oil, Clove, DEET 508  Words | 2  Pages

  • Review of Literature

    Financial Restructuring and Its Impact On Corporate Performance In India CHAPTER – 2 LITERATURE REVIEW 21 Financial Restructuring and Its Impact On Corporate Performance In India LITERATURE REVIEW Finance is the life blood of business. A unit may fall sick because of a major lubricant i.e., finance. There are various mechanisms available to a firm for revival. Financial Restructuring is a favoured mechanism for firms in red. Does financial restructuring help in improving the financial...

    Bank, Bankruptcy, Debt restructuring 1742  Words | 7  Pages

  • Literature Review

    Literature Review: Memory Impairment in Epilepsy and the Effects on Patient Care Memory impairment in epilepsy is a concern for anyone that has to care for a person with epilepsy. Nurses need to be educated on and have knowledge on how memory impairment in epilepsy affects patients. Having a knowledge base of the subject will affect the way we care for patients with epilepsy. As nurses we need to adapt the way we educate and care for the patient due to memory loss and decreased cognitive functioning...

    Alzheimer's disease, Cognition, Epilepsy 1110  Words | 4  Pages

  • Literature Review

    Module Code: PM504 Module Title: Research Project Assessment Type: Literature Review Assignment Title: How can international students manage their money effectively Tutor Name: Nadine Solanki Student Name: Haochen Pan Student ID Number: T0002071 Date of Submission: 20/06/2013 Word count: 952 1. Introduction & Background As the developing of the technology, the Banking...

    Automated teller machine, Bank, Credit union 1032  Words | 4  Pages

  • Literature Review

    Literature Review The literature review regarding various hr practices is presented in the following paragraphs. Job analysis is the process of obtaining information about jobs i. e. information about the tasks to be done on the job, as well as personal characteristics(education, experience, specialized training) necessary to do the tasks Job analysis in many ways is the first personnel activity that affects commitment and performance (Dessler 2003). Human resource planning analyzes and identifies...

    Human resource management, Human resource policies, Human resources 987  Words | 3  Pages

  • Literature review

    Literature Review There are so many things that need to be added or changed to the way that education is to be taught today. Teachers these days have no clue what they are doing. But then again, most teachers are not caught up with the new strategies, any new technology that can be incorporated into the curriculum, and or just any new way of teaching in general. This article called “Critical Issues in Advancing the Special Education Technology Evidence Base”, is basically explaining...

    Education, Educational psychology, Field Island 1063  Words | 3  Pages

  • Literature Review

    technology. The health sector’s technological applications have been achieved within health information systems. The implementation of technology in this sector has resulted into both positive and negative implications on health care. This literature review focuses on reports of past research on the impact of technology within the health sector with an aim of analyzing how technology has affected the quality of care, the management of health record management processes and the direction of health...

    Electronic health record, Health care, Health care provider 2504  Words | 7  Pages

  • Literature Review

    Literature Review Introduction I will present some relevant theories to concern the two research questions in my research proposal. For the first question “what can motivate a high skilled employee in a small and medium sized-company in China?’,the basic theories for the motivation will be presented. For the second research question ‘What kind of tools can be used by the small and medium sized company to develop talents in their company?’, the theories about the approaches for the talent...

    Abraham Maslow, China, Fundamental human needs 1941  Words | 7  Pages

  • Review of Literature

    Review of Literature Nancy D. Guerrero Grand Canyon University: NRS-429V Family-Centered Health Promotion March 31, 2013 Health promotion has been defined by the World Health Organization's (WHO) 2005 as "the process of enabling people to increase control over their health and its determinants, and thereby improve their health.” Health Promotion is focused on bringing awareness to the public in order to prevent an increase in disease. Health promotion can also give the individual the tools...

    Epidemiology, Health, Health care 953  Words | 3  Pages

  • Review of Literature

    Running head: RIVIEW OF LITERATURE REVIEW OF LITERATURE SOON TAYLOR GCU: NRS 429 JUNE 8, 2012 PROF. MELANIE ESCOBAR REVIEW OF LITERATURE Introduction We are facing the revolutionary era of shifting health concept and promoting health behavior through multi-influencing factors includes technological advancement and media. More people are aware of the benefits of physical fitness, good nutrition, stress management, and avoidance of health hazards such as smoking and are striving for the...

    Health, Health care, Health promotion 1163  Words | 4  Pages

  • Literature Review

    Lee Ritchie Lee Ritchie Literature Review SWG 560 Literature Review SWG 560 I am determined to find an answer to the following question: Are middle aged women more stressed out than any other population and does that eventually lead to depression? The articles that I will be reviewing center along the issues of stress in middle aged women and the effects that are caused due to feelings of being overwhelmed. It is predicted that stress can eventually lead to issues involving depression or...

    Big Five personality traits, Long-term depression, Middle age 2317  Words | 7  Pages

  • Literature Review

    LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1. Concepts 2.1.1. Marketing Strategy Marketing strategy is a long-term course of action designed to optimize allocation of the scarce resources at the disposal of a firm in delivering superior customer experiences and promote the interests of other stakeholders. Scarce resources include monetary capital, human capital, technology, time. Beside, Marketing strategy is intimately tied with strategic planning – the process of creating a firm’s strategy. However, marketing strategy...

    Advertising, Customer service, Marketing 950  Words | 3  Pages

  • Review of Literature

     Review of Literature Grand Canyon University NRS-429V Health promotion is about promoting, improving, advancing, supporting, encouraging and placing the health status of individuals and communities higher on personal and public agendas. The goal of health promotion is to enable the people to have increase control over the aspects of their lives and to improve their health and well-being. The purpose of health promotion in nursing practice is to promote and provide information...

    Health care, Illness, Medical terms 1044  Words | 4  Pages

  • Literature Review

    Literature Review How does exposure to violence relate to violent crimes in American society? Exposure to violence can encompass three of our senses. We will see it, hear it and unfortunately touch it as well. Most of our exposure will come from seeing and hearing. We watch movies, television we experience violence in our homes, schools, workplace or simply being out and about, we may experience some sort of violence. The majority of us experience violence and abstain from it as best we can...

    Abuse, Child abuse, Crime 1349  Words | 4  Pages

  • Literature Review

    Introduction In this research proposal one will be analysing and researching how the internet has impacted high street travel agents and if there will be a need for them in the future. One will be also completing a comprehensive and well-structured literature review which is drawn from a variety of different sources. The proposal will go on to discuss, recommend and justify the research question. One’s aim is to analyse how the internet has affected travel agents. One has chosen the topic because one thought...

    Qualitative research, Research, Travel agency 2355  Words | 7  Pages

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