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With reference to the headscarf debate in France, analyze the extent to which laicite has played a major role in the French law 2004-228.

| December 23, 2016

Introduction On March 15th, 2004 the government of French Republic passed a law that banned the wearing of “conspicuous signs” of religious affiliation in public schools (Bowen, 2007). Whilst this law affected Jewish skullcaps, large crosses, Sikh turbans, many scholars (i.e. Wing and Smith, Tarhan) believe that its main purpose was to ban the wearing […]

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Globalisation – good or bad?

| December 22, 2016

Introduction Globalisation has become a subject of an ongoing debate in the literature. According to Williamson (1998) globalisation can be characterized as ‘between-country integration of commodity, labor and capital markets’.

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A critical examination of the antecedents and efficacy of Social Services interventions for West African ‘looked after’ children in South London.

| December 22, 2016

Rationale behind the Study The proposed research will investigate Social Service interventions for looked after West African children in South London. I work in an ethically diverse comprehensive school in London, and have witnessed an increase in minority ethnic looked after children in recent years.

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The role of Critical Care Nurses working in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the prevention of pressure sores for critically ill patients

| December 22, 2016

Chapter 1: Introduction 1.1. Introduction to the research topic Healthcare is a major concern for society and the Government, and at the apex of any healthcare structure is the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), a highly specialised unit within the hospitals with highly technology-based equipment, which ensures the safety with the help of highly innovative technologies […]

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Critically appraise the education provision available for people with Diabetes. Education on prevention of Foot Ulcers in Diabetes.

| December 22, 2016

Introduction Currently I am working in a nursing home where the elderly residents have various illnesses including the after effects of strokes and dementia.

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Assessment and Care Planning: Holistic Assessment

| December 22, 2016

Introduction This essay deals with the holistic assessment of a patient who was admitted onto the medical ward where I undertook my placement.

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Prevention of Teenage Pregnancy Policy in the UK

| December 21, 2016

Introduction This essay will discuss the current policies in place to prevent teenage pregnancy in the United Kingdom. Firstly, it will introduce the key concept of teenage pregnancy and discuss it against the context of the problems it creates.

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Creative and innovative management in General Electric cooperation

| December 21, 2016

Introduction “Management is doing things right, leadership is doing the right things” (Pascale, 1990) John Kotter (1996) defined management as number of procedures which can keep the complex interaction between individuals and technology moving efficiently.

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Policy in Theory and Practice

| December 21, 2016

What is the social administrative tradition? Social administration developed when the welfare state was undergoing a period of growth, when there was a high level of optimism about its potential achievements and a high degree of consensus about the fundamentals such as Education, the National Health Services, and public housing.

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Careers in law are open to all and the legal profession is sufficiently diverse. Discuss.

| December 21, 2016

Introduction As a minority group, women have traditionally remained underrepresented within the legal profession. Whilst careers in law may, theoretically, be open to all, the reality is that due to the physiological make-up, maternalistic nature and historical suppression of women in society they have struggled to break entry into the traditionally male-dominated and elitist profession.

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Trace the roots of conflict in Syria. Which theory of international relations can be applied to understand this concept? Justify your answer.

| December 21, 2016

Abstract Syria represents an interesting opportunity for International Relations because of the nature of the conflict representing two conflicting ideologies, namely realism and revolutionism.

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Policy Framework Development

| December 21, 2016

Introduction In this essay, I will discuss the welfare state since World War II and how it has impacted society in England and Wales. In addition, I will discuss the importance of social policy, how it was developed and the four most frequently used approaches.

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Evaluation of Leadership Development Plan of Maersk Oil in Qatar

| December 21, 2016

1.0 Introduction One of the biggest challenges of the modern business era is the retention of a talented and skilled workforce for business organizations, and the development of future leaders within a company.

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What are some of the individual and group – level factors that affect organisational change and development? How can these be managed?

| December 21, 2016

Introduction “Change and resistance go hand in hand: change implies resistance and resistance means that change is taking place” (Gravenhorst, 1993).

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Ethics and Research in Professional Contexts

| December 21, 2016

Introduction Ethics play a pivotal role in a variety of contexts, such as decisions in personal contexts (e.g. family, friends) and professional contexts (e.g. workplace).

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An Evaluation and Analysis of the Effectiveness of Professional Training in Preparing Teachers for Dealing with bullying and Classroom Management

| December 21, 2016

ABSTRACT Bullying is known to be a widespread problem in schools and also in workplaces.

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Mitigating Market Entry Barriers

Mitigating Market Entry Barriers

| December 19, 2016

Introduction Porter’s (1979) five forces theory highlights market entry barriers as one of constraints in establishing a new business.  Investigating market entry barriers for McLaren enables us to assess the level of competition and the possible barriers hindering the progress of McLaren in the mass car industry.

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Development through the Implementation of Physical Activity to Patients Suffering from Mental Illness.

| December 19, 2016

Introduction Efficient delivery of care is the essence of nursing. Being a successful nurse revolves around the capability to deliver care which contributes to the wellbeing of the patients (Barker, 2005).

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Interventions For Substance Abuse Amongst Young People

| December 19, 2016

        INTRODUCTION Despite the fact that young people are most often the healthiest group of people in the population (Emmelkamp, and Vedel, 2006), there is concern about the extent to which this group engages in risk-taking behaviours, including the consumption of drugs and alcohol and the abuse of these substances.

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Analysing the impact of Chinese FDI in Africa: A case study of Nigeria and Ghana.

| December 19, 2016

      INTRODUCTION Research Problem The proposed research aims to examine the effect of Chinese Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Ghana and Nigeria in order to perform a cross-country analysis of the respective impacts of such investments in these countries. 

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