• Group Discusion
    pay for Democracy * Foreign Television Channels are destroying our culture * What India needs is a Dictatorship. * With media publishing and telecasting trivia, censorship is the need of the hour.  * Kaun Banega Krorepati is less about knowledge but more about money and personality. ...
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  • Gd Topics
    publishing and telecasting trivia, censorship is the need of the hour. Should the public sector be privatized? China and India are similar nations with contrasting ways Value based politics is the need of the hour Religion should not be mixed with politics Why can’t we be world players in industry as...
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  • Aristotle's Economic Thought
    economic thought: Aristotle’s Politics forms a synthesis of his research findings and lecture notes on the political regimes of the Aegean. The first chapters of Book One open with a discussion of the basic hierarchical and other differences between the superior art of politics and oikonomike, the more instrumental...
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  • Political Science
    the help of relevant examples from Zambia, discuss the sustainability of the Politics-Administration Dichotomy ” FROM: PATRICK. M. CHALWE P O BOX 510659, CHIPATA, ZAMBIA 1.0 INTRODUCTION Concepts of ‘politics-administration dichotomy’ have been a part of emancipatory discourse and practices...
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  • Pols 110
    leanr: first term: the tools of politics * what are they * what are core concepts * what role do citizdens play * can citizens make decision * why don’t we trust citizens * are citizens tuned out of society * relationshjip of tools in politics and the object of polits Ideology...
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  • Learning Through Work
    essential for successful working. University of Kent “Careers and Employability Service” made a summary of skills which were most often deemed important based on a number of surveys on the skills required by graduates undertaken by Microsoft, Target Jobs, the BBC, Prospects, NACE and AGR and other organizations...
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  • Misuse of India Freedom.Doc
    (5)The moderndoctor and his patients. (6)Urbanization is a blessing in disguise. Essay - 1998 (Compulsory) (Main) Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 200 Write an essay on any one of the following subjects : (i) The composite culture of India (ii) Woman is God's best creation ...
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  • To What Extent Was a Hsitory Socialism a Retreat from Fundamental Principles
    19th Century meant that owners and employers could set their own wage levels and working conditions. This meant that wages were low, child labour was abused, hours were too long and there was little or no job security. As a result of this, early socialists followed a radical and sometimes revolutionary approach...
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  • Gd Topics
    pay for Democracy. Foreign Television Channels are destroying our culture. What India needs is a Dictatorship. With media publishing and telecasting trivia, censorship is the need of the hour Kaun Banega Krorepati is less about knowledge but more about money and personality Beauty...
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  • polscience
    3/7 1 3 1 question 1 hour. Book Ronald Chicote [ photocopy in SIS] Howard J Wiarda TR (articles) number 1280-91 Comparative Political ...
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  • Marxist Approach to History and Politics
    Outline and assess the main aspects of Marx’s approach to understanding history and politics. Over 150 years after they were first coined, The Labour Theory of Value, Class Antagonisms and the Means of Production are all terms which are central to the revolutionary ideals of Karl Marx and are still...
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  • How Is the Form and Level of Political Particpation in Liberal Democracies Changing and What Are the Political Consequences?
    Firstly, it is important to examine the change in participation from involvement in social groupings, to issue based participation with no (or very little) socially based compilations. Cultural values are now the main base for conflict, constituting the rise of a postmaterial society in most advanced liberal...
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  • Generation Y
     organisations  firms  compete  for   available  talent,  employers  should  take  time  to  understand  the  needs,  desires  and  attitudes  of  this  vast   generation.   Generation  Y  characteristics   Tech-­‐Savvy:  Generation...
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  • general topics
    price we pay for Democracy. Foreign Television Channels are destroying our culture. What India needs is a Dictatorship. With media publishing and telecasting trivia, censorship is the need of the hour. Kaun Banega Krorepati is less about knowledge but more about money and personality. Beauty...
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  • Some Gd Topics
    SOME GD TOPICS Hi Chetanaites Go through this GD topics please have a glance with them 1. Indian cultural values have nothing to fear from globalization 2. The impact of economic reforms has been that rich people have become richer rich and poor people poorer. 3. Management education is only...
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  • Handbook
    |N120 |7 | |Level (0 - M) |Credits |ECTS |Module Value |% Taught in Welsh |Module | | | | | ...
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  • Human Behavior in Organization
    GENERAL OBJECTIVES: After an hour of varied lecture-discussion, the students of the Graduate School of UC-Main will be able to gather and supplement additional knowledge, develop skills, and enhance desirable attitudes on the concept of Interpersonal Behavior in an Organization |Specific Objectives...
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  • Ijccm
    important implications for the team’s effectiveness. We present an exploratory investigation of the ways both phenomena occur in global virtual teams. Based on interviews with team members and managers, combined with existing knowledge of these processes, we present a preliminary model that includes familiarity...
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  • Rawlsian Standards of Social Justice
    the influence of social contingencies. These measures serve to level class barriers, yet still permit the distribution of wealth and income to be based on natural distribution of abilities and talents . Rawls’ idea of true social justice rests heavily on the idea that morally arbitrary factors, such...
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  • What Is “Education”?
    education and getting job experience, brings us a step closer to a stable job or career. Many individuals question the thought of pursuing a college degree based on the idea of whether or not it would pay off in the future. According to different articles, the worthiness of a “college diploma” is debatable in...
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