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  • The Impact of Technology on Youth in Today’s Society
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  • Syllabus: Corporate Social Responsibility
    DMC COLLEGE FOUNDATION Sta. Filomena, Dipolog City GOOD GOVERNANCE & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ( Mgt. 6) Instructor: Mr. R. T. Nocete Semester: Summer E-mail: viper@yahoo.com School year: 2011 Consultation hours: 8:00-10:00AM M-F Time / Day / Rm.: 10-12M-F/NB210 Co...
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  • Criminal Underclass in American Society
    Is There a Criminal Underclass in American Society The notion of a criminal underclass within society is a complex matter. With the simple phrase comes a barrage of uncertainties and possibilities with much being written in recent decades on the subject. In fact the concept of an underclass has bee...
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  • Singapore’s Changing Structure and the Policy Implications for Financial Security, Employment, Living Arrangements and Health Care
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  • Computer and Science
    COMPUTER AND SOCIETY The first modern digital computers were developed in the 1940s for military purposes that arose during World War II. These computers filled entire rooms, and at rates of a few thousand calculations per second, they took hours to perform complex mathematical operations. In the...
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  • Sherman Computer
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  • Computer Notes a Level-Paper 1
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  • Consumer Society Gives People Choice
    In the past thirty years we as a social society have moved from being classed as an Industrial Society, where everything was centred on who we were based on what we did for a living to a Consumer Society, where we are no longer thought of in terms of what we do, but more by what we are into and how...
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  • Cocaine in Drugs and Society Effects
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  • Computer Literacy
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  • Computer Addiction
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  • Social Stratification
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  • Social Web
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  • Techno-Horror and Social Implication
    ‘Genre is rich in Social implication’ (Stam). Discuss the importance of cultural and historical context to the analysis of TWO genre films. Social implication has been pointed and implied throughout art forms from their very beginnings, one such example away from film would be Bram Stokers nove...
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  • Social Networking
    Are Social Networking Sites Good for Our Society Social networking has become such a big thing. It’s talked about everywhere, and the popularity of social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace, Classmates.com, LinkedIn, etc., have more than quadrupled from 2005 to 2009. Many people in our so...
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  • Social Web
    Are you on the social network? In today’s society the social network is the biggest form of communication. There are many different types of social networking sites; the biggest site today is Facebook. While being involved with social networking sites there are a variety of things you are able to...
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  • Computer
    Discovering Computers 2011 Living in a Digital World Objectives Overview Define the term, computer, and describe the relationship between data and information Define the term, network, and identify benefits of sharing resources on a network Explain why computer literacy is vital to success...
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  • Final Exam Culture and Society
    Top of Form |1. (TCO 1) The awareness of the relationship between an individual and the wider society is referred to as: (Points : 5) | |[pic]the sociological imagination.X | |[pic]social structure....
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility
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