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Rodrigo works with WritePass as an Editor. He assists in posting and editing articles on WritePass Journal.

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Social Policy Dissertation

| December 12, 2016

Overview of Area The New Deal for lone parents has focussed on the notion of making it easier for lone parents to return to work. The underlying aim of the policy has been stated to be making it easier for parents, particularly lone parents, back to work by making the issues relating to childcare easier […]

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An Investigation Of Nigerian Consumer’s Online Shopping Behaviour

| December 12, 2016

Abstract This research proposal deals with an investigation of the online shopping behaviour among Nigerians living abroad. It has been established from research that a few Nigerians embrace technology in doing business. The research paper starts with an introduction about the problem statement to be addressed in the research. The objective is to find out […]

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An analysis of the human rights’ violations within Cameroon prisons and the protections available both nationally and internationally with a view to establishing a balanced set of recommendations that can be put in place to enhance the position of inmates in Cameroon.

| December 12, 2016

Background to the Research Area In recent years, and largely since the enactment of the new Criminal Procedure Code, in 2007, human rights’ violations across Cameroon have continued to gain a great deal of attention from a variety of organisations, including Amnesty International.

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The Importance of Good Writing Skills for Prospective University Students

| December 12, 2016

Introduction In the age of technology, most students are absorbed in using electronic sources to either read or listen to academic information and usually attempt to memorize facts as far as possible. While electronic devices such as Android phones, iPads, Kindles, and other devices provide students with an amalgamation of information at their fingertips and […]

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The effect of performance management systems on employee engagement

| December 12, 2016

Introduction Background Prior research has established the positive effects of employee engagement in the workplace, not only for the organisation in its entirety but also for the wellbeing and productivity of individual employees (Kahn, 1990).

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Aetiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment Cystic fibrosis: role of P. aeruginosa infection in cystic fibrosis patients

Aetiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment Cystic fibrosis: role of P. aeruginosa infection in cystic fibrosis patients

| December 12, 2016

Introduction Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is a genetic disorder of salt and water regulation in the cell. The disease is caused by mutations in the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) gene (Cohen and Prince, 2012).

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What is the impact of road safety on the design and management of road networks?

What is the impact of road safety on the design and management of road networks?

| December 12, 2016

Abstract Road transport is the most common type of transportation worldwide, which inevitably means that traffic accidents, and resulting casualties, are a regular occurrence. Further, the manufacture of cars in recent years, which combine high-speed engines with poor road performance, has a direct correlation with the occurrence of accidents.

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Epicatechin content in green tea (Camellia sinensis) supplements and their antioxidant activities

| December 12, 2016

Introduction/background Green tea produced from Camellia sinensis is a popular beverage and is consumed worldwide. Green tea produced from Camellia leaves are mainly consumed in East Asian countries including China, Japan and Taiwan; whereas in western parts and south Asian countries, black tea is relatively popular (Chan, et.al. 2011).

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A number of factors disqualified the ‘deserted wife’s equity’ from recognition as a property right in National Provincial Bank Ltd v Ainsworth [1965] AC 1175:

| December 12, 2016

Introduction I suggest you look at the developing concepts of fairness, because this is why the MHA 1967 was developed. Proprietary Estoppel for cohabitees is becoming less prevalent due to the decisions in family home trust. Thus, fairness is at the centre of the approach, except the clear provision of a proprietary interest is necessary […]

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Sustainable Transport Policy

| December 12, 2016

1. Developing Countries and Transportation Transportation in developing countries is considered to be a significant influence on major global issues, many of which are associated with the state of the environment and of human life.

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Knowledge About Ionising Radiation Among Dentists

| December 12, 2016

Introduction: Dental radiography has evolved over the last decade. The evolution began with the introduction of new changes to the operations of dental radiology. Some examples of these changes include new machines, smaller beam sizes, increased filtration, advanced techniques, faster film speeds and large increases in utilization (White, 1992, 118-26).

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Why Top Female Athletes Stay in Male-Dominated Sports to an Elite Level

Why Top Female Athletes Stay in Male-Dominated Sports to an Elite Level

| December 10, 2016

Abstract This study is focused on why top female athletes stay in male-dominated sports to an elite level and involves female athletes from different countries.

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Research Proposal: Youth Unemployment And Attitude Towards Employment: Comparative Study Between Migrants And Non-Migrants

| December 10, 2016

Abstract Nigeria’s adolescent & young adult population (aged 15-24) is currently facing a crippling problem that will endanger the future of the nation. The median age data from the world.bymap.org website is used to define the term “youth migrant and non-migrant population, or youth population”.

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The effect of Vitamin D3 supplementation on body fat mass in healthy, overweight and obese Saudi women

| December 10, 2016

Research background As observed in European and North American communities, levels of obesity in the Saudi Arabian population are on the increase. The epidemic of obesity has been described as the fastest-growing public health challenge in a number of countries.

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Public Health Proposal

| December 10, 2016

Introduction Population growth is one of the major challenges the world is facing at present. The growing population may have significant impacts in health and economy of the country. Hence, it is necessary to address the issues raised in health and economy due to growing population.

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Compare Two Research Articles: Philosophical, Ethical, And Methodological

| December 10, 2016

Introduction This paper will compare the major characteristics of two research articles – which are different in philosophical and methodological approaches but are both related to the service of school social workers – and attempt to show the differences and similarities in ontology, epistemology, ethics, methodology and the methods of both pieces of research.  

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The impact of Climatic Change on the Decline of Black French Truffle

| December 10, 2016

Introduction 1.2 Background Truffles grow under a very sensitive environment; they naturally occur in the Mediterranean region of Europe. This has been a mysterious crop grown under a veil of secrecy for years in this region of Europe (Ruffles Estate, 2013). This crop is regarded as a delicacy and has sustained its appeal to food […]

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Youth Unemployment and Attitude towards Employment: Comparative Study between Migrants and Non-Migrants

| December 10, 2016

Introduction and Background to the Research Area The United Kingdom’s youth unemployment refers to the rate of unemployment among those individuals who are aged between 18 and 25. These figures are often used as part of political discussions to measure the general position of the economy, however it is contended in this research paper that […]

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A Plan to write an evaluation of the ways in which the European Enlightenment has influenced modern schooling

| December 10, 2016

Introduction The plan includes an introduction, which will include an explanation of what European Enlightenment is and what transpired within this period, as well as the general objective of the brief, which is to evaluate the ways in which it influenced modern schooling.

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Sustainable road policy

| December 10, 2016

1. Introduction 1.1.Definition and Description Transport is a primary factor in environmental, social and economic development due to its association with aspects of accessibility levels, goods and people’s mobility. An  investigation into the development of transport necessitates implementing a regular systematic efficient plan, which will look to improve the whole transportation system for the long […]

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