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  • Filipino Teen-Ager’s Perspective on the Use of Herbs for Health and Body Care
    INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Herbs are essential ingredients today. Different kinds of products made of it are now sprouting. Examples are herbal soaps for whitening the skin, herbal tea for cleansing the body, herbal hair supplements for hair growth, etc. But it is primarily...
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  • The Risk Our Society Takes by Depending on the Use of Fossil Fuels
    What most people in our society lack to notice is how our country's continuous use of fossil fuels is endangering to nature and the wildlife it inhabits as well as the environment that we live in. Our society seems to think that fossil fuels we use in excess today will last forever but actuality wil...
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  • The Advantages and Disadvantages of the Use of Computers in Tertiary Education
    The ability to utilise information technology at the tertiary level has many disadvantages, but on the other hand the drawbacks could leave many persons asking if society benefits? Education is a very suitable medium for social mobility as on transcends the various classes, strata and levels of educ...
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  • Business Improvement Methods
    Introduction This report will aim on making recommendations for business improvement methods based on deep analysis of the company named AMC, Ltd. Basically the organization is a company that assembles and markets mid range electronic products such as DVD players, Plasma screens, Blue rays player...
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  • Qualitative Research Methods
    MODERN ORGANIZATION THEORY TERM PROJECT QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS FROM AN ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE Ýhsan Ulaþ Kocaoðlu JANUARY 2006 CONTENTS Definition of Qualitative Research in Social Sciences Approaches to Management Research Positivism versus Phenomenology De...
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  • Compare and Contrast Qualitative and Quantitaitve Research Methods
    Compare and contrast Qualitative and Quantitative research methods Monique Gowans Charles Stuart University Compare and Contrast Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods Qualitative research methods are complex meaningful analysis characterised by processes and meanings that are not...
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  • Sampling Methods
    Simple random sampling In a simple random sample ('SRS') of a given size, all such subsets of the frame are given an equal probability. Each element of the frame thus has an equal probability of selection: the frame is not subdivided or partitioned. Furthermore, any given pair of elements has the s...
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  • Forecasting Methods
    Introduction All businesses are confronted with the general problem of having to make decisions under conditions of uncertainty. Management must understand the nature of demand and competition in order to develop realistic business plans, determine a strategic vision for the organization, and de...
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  • Examine and Assess the Advantages of Three Different Methods Used in Psychological Research
    Examine and assess the advantages of three different methods used in psychological research Psychological research has many advantages within society, helping us to better understand many different aspects of the world around us; this essay will be looking at three different research methods to a...
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  • Essay on Use of Maths
    Mathematical Modeling of Evolution [Node to be completed] Biological evolution is a very complex process. Using mathematical modeling, one can try to clarify its features. But to what extent can that be done? For the case of evolution, it seems unrealistic to develop a detailed and fundamental des...
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  • The Jury Is an Outmoded Institution and Ought to Be Discarded. the Fact That Many Countries That Once Had the Jury Have Abandoned It Only Reinforces This Point.’ Discuss with Reference to the Use of the Jury in England
    Essay Title: The jury is an outmoded institution and ought to be discarded. The fact that many countries that once had the jury have abandoned it only reinforces this point.’ Discuss with reference to the use of the jury in England and Wales and the position in at least one other jurisdiction....
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  • A Summary of Modern Practices in Employee Recruitment and Selection Methods
    A summary of modern practices in employee recruitment and selection methods Business revolves around people. It’s the people in the business that run it so therefore it’s always important to have the best employee to do it. That is why selection is such an important aspect of any organis...
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  • Qualitative vs. Quantitative Methods
    Discuss the main differences between qualitative and quantitative approaches to data collection and analysis in management research. Your answer should make reference to the philosophical assumptions which underpin these methodological approaches. Introduction Whenever a decision is made to under...
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  • Use of Computer Technology in Medicine
    The Use of Computers in Medicine The use of computer technology has greatly enhanced the medical field. This is particularly so in hospital environments where reliability and quality are critical factors. Many computer applications, such as patient information systems, monitoring and control syst...
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  • Was the Use of the Atomic Bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki Truman's Best Option to End World War Ii?
    The goal of the investigation is to determine whether the use of nuclear weapons on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki by U.S. President Truman was the best option to end World War II. The investigation will begin by researching other options available to President Truman, which were deba...
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  • Urban Life and Use of Public Space Study of Responsive Public Open Spaces for Supporting Urban Life in Dhaka City'
    Unpublished Research Report on 'Urban life and use of Public Space: Study of responsive public open spaces for supporting urban life in Dhaka City' by Dr. Farida Nilufar Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture, BUET faridanilufar@yahoo.com Research Funded by: Jahanara Majid and M...
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  • Business Research Methods
    Business Research Methods Define the distinctions between primary, secondary, and tertiary sources in a secondary search A primary source is one that is original. An example of a primary source is the recently published results of a new study. Primary sources are the work of the only the author....
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  • Appled Research Methods
    UNIVERSITY OF SUNDERLAND Assignment for APPLIED RESEARCH METHODS A STUDY ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF EXPATRIATE REMUNERATION IN A MULTI NATIONAL ORGANISATION Internal Tutor: Professor Hassan Mahmood Submitted by: Mr Kesava Pavan Kumar Sarva Submitted on: 25 January 2010 Contents...
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  • Use and Importance of Computers in Education
    Use and Importance of Computers in Education Many technological advances have been made throughout history making life easier, one of which is the computer. Computers have changed the world, as a lot of things can now be done through computers. Computers are everywhere at school, at work, and at...
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