• Beyond Universalism and Particularism: Rethinking Contemporary Welfare Theory
    Critical Social Policy http://csp.sagepub.com/ Beyond universalism and particularism: rethinking contemporary welfare theory Nick Ellison Critical Social Policy 1999 19: 57 DOI: 10.1177/026101839901900104 The online version of this article can be found at: http://csp.sagepub.com/content/19/1/57...
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  • The Visible Differences of Dictatorships in the Iconic Forms of Representation of Fransisco Franco and Antonio Oliveira de Salazar
    “The differences in both dictatorships were visible in the forms of propaganda and public profile of the dictators. Compare and contrast the iconic forms of representation of Francisco Franco AND Antonio de Oliveira Salazar.” This essay considers the question above by addressing the notion of...
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  • Chinese Dietary Therapy as Part of Tcm and Its Place in Contemporary China
    Chinese dietary therapy as part of TCM and its place in contemporary China "Let the food be your medicine and medicine be your food." -Hippocrates Deeply grounded in the traditional notions of health and medicine, herbal food and drink have been used in China for centuries. Being part of its...
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  • Panatheist Views
    Our beliefs Our ethics are humanistic and green, our metaphysics naturalist and scientific. To these we add the emotional and aesthetic dimensions which humans need to cope with life's challenges and to embrace life's joys, and to motivate their concern for Nature and human welfare. Our beliefs an...
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  • Contemporary Mnagement Issues
    1.0 Introduction Wal-Mart is founded by Sam Walton in 1962. The first store was opened in Rogers, Arkansas. In year 2002, Wal-Mart Store Inc. (Wal-Mart) had become the world’s largest retailer equipped with UDS 218 billion in sales. Wal-Mart had almost more than 3,200 stores in United States an...
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  • Contemporary Worlds Notes
    Section 1: 250 words for each concept 1. Containment * A strategic foreign policy pursued by the United States in the late 1940’s and the early 1950’s in order to check the expansionist policy of the Soviet Union * Used military, economic and diplomatic strategies to prevent the...
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  • Contemporary & International Marketing
    CONTEMPORARY & INTERNATIONAL MARKETING KIMBERLY-CLARK CORPORATION Managers around the world are recognising the increasing necessity for their companies and organisations to develop the skills, aptitude and knowledge to compete effectively in international markets. The emergence of a m...
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  • Notes on Contemporary Imperialism
    Notes on Contemporary Imperialism by Prabhat Patnaik Phases of Imperialism Lenin dated the imperialist phase of capitalism, which he associated with monopoly capitalism, from the beginning of the twentieth century, when the process of centralization of capital had led to the emergence of mono...
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  • Contemporary Ageing in Malaysia
    Introduction Ageing Population While nations worldwide are mesmerized by global modernization, the population is ageing speedily with a 210% increment of elderly projected from year 1970 to 2020 (National Institute of Aging, 2007). ‘Elderly’ generally refers to people aged 60 and...
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  • Globalization Social Views
    GLOBALIZATION SOCIAL VIEWS Globalisation as a concept and term is not easily definable and can be used to describe or relate in several different ways. Whether it be globalisation as internationalization in which globalisation is viewed as just one more adjective to describe cross-border relations...
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  • Contemporary Issue of Hr
     Introduction Human resource management is more important in a changing environment thanbefore. There are some challenges and changes, which have great impacts onorganizations respective to human resource (HR) function behaviors. These impactsknow as globalization, increasing customer’s expectat...
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  • Class Has over Taken Caste in Contemporary India
    PROJECT ON: CLASS HAS OVER TAKEN CASTE IN CONTEMPORARY INDIA NAME: ABHINAV KUMAR VERMA BBA LLB: 2ND SEMESTER DIV: B ROLL NO: 84 SUBJECT: SOCIOLOGY "We divided ourselves among caste, creed, culture and countries but is undivided remains most valuable: a mere smile and the love."...
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  • Religious Views - the Celtic Context
    The Celtic Context The name Pagan, before it came to have the negative connotation of non-Christian, simply meant “country-dweller”. Before the time of books and universities and/or away from the city dwelling philosophers and theologians, there were (and still are) tribes of people en...
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  • The Contemporary Theory of Metaphor
    The Contemporary Theory of Metaphor George Lakoff (c) Copyright George Lakoff, 1992 To Appear in Ortony, Andrew (ed.) Metaphor and Thought (2nd edition), Cambridge University Press. Do not go gentle into that good night. -Dylan Thomas Death is the mother of beauty . . . -Wallace Stevens, Sunday Mor...
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  • Contemporary Social Structures
    Sociologists have come up with their own different definitions for contemporary social structures; sociologists James Fulcher and John Scott say they are “Stable and enduring patterns that exist within a social group and shape the behaviour of its members [...] Social structure has to be seen as...
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  • Poultry Production Business in Contemporary Serbia
    МОНОГРАФСКА СТУДИЈА УДК 39 : 316.422 (497.11) Slobodan Naumović On the heaviness of feathers, or what has culture got to do with the failure to establish an organic poultry production business in contemporary Serbia?∗ Abstract: This case study starts from the thesis...
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  • Gender Differences in Preference for Product Design
    Gender Differences in Preference for Product Design By Ellie Taylor 2008-2009 A PSYC3170 Major Project Supervised by Dr Steve Westerman and Dr Ed Sutherland A dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of the degree of BSc (International) Psychology...
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  • Adaptive Rethinking Along with Fractal Architecture as One of the Defining Solutions for the Contemporary Complex Urban Fabric.
    SEMINAR FINAL DRAFT YEAR: 2008 TOPIC: Adaptive rethinking along with fractal architecture as one of the defining solutions for the contemporary complex urban fabric....
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  • Cultural Differences - Tom from Canada vs Hoshi from Japan
    Culture affects every aspect of a human life. It is also very important while making a managerial decision. The case presented in chapter 5 proves that being born in the Western or Japanese culture determines a lot our attitude to decision-making with all its consequences. According to the inf...
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  • Defining Contemporary Health
    Wellness is the patterns of behavior that can lead to improved health and heightened life satisfaction, and health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being. The dimensions of wellness and health are included in physical, social, emotional, spiritual, intellectual, occupational,...
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