• Statistical Analysis on Lifestyle at Coventry
    using internet. That is why my hypothesis include that number of working hours are 20 and 50% students are working in CULC where proportion of employed male is higher than proportion of female employed students. I also assume that mean hour of studying outside of class by the employed students are...
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  • Computer Tools Report
    there was a phenomenon difference between male and female usages. Female communication skills are more positive than males and this may suggest that females are more social than male. The age group of 18-25 seem to be the dominant age of the social network users, this may be because they are still...
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  • Term Paper
    % male students whereas as 16% female students strongly agree to save money from the pocket money given by their parents. As such, perhaps this is why they are more financially responsible when it comes to spending while they are at university. As a result, they sacrifice their present to enjoy their...
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  • Career choice
    hospital pharmacy, community independent pharmacy and locum pharmacy were the most popular career areas for both first and final year students for the first post after preregistration training. Significantly more females than males would consider posts in an NHS hospital and in an NHS Primary...
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  • impact of trainning
    , Employees. INTRODUCTION Motivation is one of the most important concepts of psychology and very vital for the managers who direct the growth of his subordinates towards worthwhile goals. There is no more important problem in managing than of motivation .Manager rank motivation of subordinates...
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  • An Examination of Internet Pornography Usage Among Male Students
    compulsivity scores were higher for men than for women. Finally, the higher the sexual compulsivity score, the more likely was the report of higher rates of unprotected sexual behavior. Perera (2005) surveyed 539 undergraduate students (69.2 percent female and 30.8 percent male) in a large...
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  • Does Peer Pressure Have an Influence on College Students Being in a Monogamous Relationship
    influence on undergraduate college students being in a monogamous relationship. Consisted with the hypothesis the findings suggest that peer pressure influences college males more than college females. Does Peer Pressure Have an Influence on College Students being in a Monogamous Relationship...
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  • Conformity Essay 2011547819
    more than males. Out of the 28 subjects that did conform, 16 or 57.1% were females and only 12 or 42.9% were males. Secondly, a score of 15-22 is high and 0-8 is low on the SM scale. Out of the 7 subjects who scored low on SM scale, only 3 or 42.9% conformed. Out of the 23 subjects who scored...
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  • Economics a Good Choice of Major
    baccalaureate degree holders who do not earn a graduate degree, Black, Sanders and Taylor (2003) show that Economics majors generally earn more than their counterparts with other majors. In their study of CEOs, Boone and Kurtz (2001) note that business was the most popular undergraduate degree, but that...
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  • Race and Crime in America
    than it was getting information from individuals face to face. I am not sure why this was such a critical topic but it brought out some significant emotional event that  an individual has or had experience or even a family member of theirs.   * Andre Ceballos an undergraduate student at Cornell...
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  • Gender Gap in College
    sit and talk about why no men are applying for leadership roles," says Jason Zelesky, associate dean of students at Clark University in Massachusetts, which is 60-40 female. "Do we need to concentrate more on traditional masculine words--'Be a leader on campus,' as opposed to 'Come join our team...
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  • Factors Influencing the Performance of Students in Egerton University, Njoro.
    support and male-female relationships in campus. The University should review it counseling structure to make sure that students are not involved in negative relationships. This would be achieved by the University training more peer counselors to help advice the students on healthy relationships. The...
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  • The Availability of Proper Jobs for Undergraduates of Lahore; Perceptions of Undergraduate Employment and Its Socio-Economic Impacts
    the fact that the youth of the country is the most important element. If we move back 10 years there was not much awareness among the undergraduates to work, but currently the situation is totally opposite. Undergraduates choose to work themselves; it’s more than a want than their need. They feel...
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  • Why Choose Teacher as Career
    the University of Sydney, and 26 years at each of Monash and UWS. Age distributions were more widely spread than for undergraduates, with the University of Sydney again showing the least (interquartile range from 23 to 29 years) and UWS the most diversity Figure 2. Age profiles for beginning...
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  • Why Am I Here?
    important criterion in their decision to study the Biosciences at university. BEE-j Volume 7: May 2006 http://www.heabioscience.ac.uk/journal/vol7/beej-7-4pdf (Figure 4). There was an indication of a gender difference, with more females (75%) compared with males (68%) rating this as the...
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  • Physical Status of a Person
    own should pay more attention on the physical status of the students or themselves. 2 Introduction University is a wonderful place to learn undoubtedly. It can provide the most comprehensive knowledge to the students. However, beside academic aspect, students should stay more focus on their...
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  • Experience and Internet News: the Real Reason for the Online New Reading Gender Gap
    frequency must vanish. The first pair of significant relationships can be found in Table 1 which shows that males (49%) are significantly more likely than females (31%) to read news on the Internet five days or more. TABLE 1 A Comparison of Male and Female Internet News Reading Frequency...
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  • Declining Male Enrollment in College
    . There are arguably more high paying jobs for a male high school graduate than a female. But most of these jobs are hazardous, manufacturing based, physically demanding, or all three, which is perfect for men. The military is also a top choice for young males. Weaver-Hightower says “The Army alone...
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  • Independent Study
    clinic at McGill University gets more than 20 emergency drop-ins a day, which is four times the usual rate, from students who sometimes report that they haven’t been to class in weeks, struggling to get out of bed, and feel like crying all the time. Robert Franck, clinical director says it’s the most...
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  • Needs and Perceptions of Female and Male International Undergraduate Students
    questionnaire on their background, perceptions and needs. Results indicated that females expected to have a harder time than most students at the University and they were more easily discouraged than were males while males were more likely to see themselves as leaders than were females. Males also...
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