Magoosh GRE

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Cross-Cultural Determinants of Employee Motivation in Starbucks Company

| December 23, 2016

Introduction Starbucks has served as a milestone in the coffee industry and is a massive organization in terms of people employed and stores owned. At the current time it has revenue of $10.7 billion and owns 16,850 shops in 40 countries.

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The power of social media in political communication

| December 22, 2016

Research Question To determine the impact of social media on the way that political institutions and organizations communicate to the public

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The Factors that Contribute to Effective Use of iPads with PMLD Pupils

| December 21, 2016

Introduction This chapter will discuss the background, the scope and the need for the present study highlighting the research questions raised that will the study will attempt to answer.

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Has the law proven effective regulating the banking industry or are the limits of a bankers business too complex to be laid down by the law.

| December 21, 2016

Introduction It will be determined in this study whether the limits of a bankers business can ever be laid down by the law or whether a bankers business should in fact be left undefined.

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Does Ineffective Leadership Affect the Functioning of an Organization?

| December 21, 2016

Introduction: Leaders are considered an integral resource in an organization and it is often said that the leader’s personality and caliber affect the manner in which an organization is managed and the organization’s overall performance. The main role of leaders is to guide, supervise, and manage the employees of an organization and make integral and […]

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What are the factors that have caused British political parties to change their policies on the EU since 1970?

| December 19, 2016

Abstract There are a number of different factors that have caused British political parties to change their policies on the EU, yet it is often very difficult to determine what these are.

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Analyzing the role of Strategic Entrepreneurship in forming temporary Competitive Advantage that leads to Value Creation

Analyzing the role of Strategic Entrepreneurship in forming temporary Competitive Advantage that leads to Value Creation

| December 19, 2016

Introduction Globalization and the rapid pace of development, combined with intense competition, have pushed firms to seek ways to survive and thrive in today’s highly volatile business environment.

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Two World Wars A Journey of Borden’s Fiction

| December 19, 2016

Introduction The topic of Word War I literature and World War II literature is one that is extensively covered and researched by contemporary critics and scholars. 

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Employment Law: Equal Pay for women in the workplace

| December 17, 2016

Research Question Has the Equality Act 2010 improved the way women are treated within the workplace with respect to equal pay? Hypothesis Statement The pre-existing struggles that women have been faced with in regards to equal pay have not been addressed by the recent reforms within this area.

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The feasibility of wind energy from strategic management perspective in Russia

| December 16, 2016

  1. INTRODUCTION This research proposal has been complied to outline how an investigation into one part of the feasibility studies for wind energy developments are undertaken. 

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Multinational enterprises and their CSR initiatives in Nigerian oil sector

| December 13, 2016

Abstract Nigeria is a country which is endowed with considerable energy reserves. The oil and gas reserves found are some of the largest in the entire world. Multinational companies have been involved in the exploration and transportation of crude oil and gas in the country.

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The Prevalence of Production Sharing Contracts in Oil and Gas

| December 13, 2016

Abstract Introduction Background The nature of the environment in which a business operates determines how it engages other players in the sector.

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An analysis of the trends affecting homeless lone parents under the Labour Government

| December 12, 2016

Research Question  This research question is an assessment of the impact which the Labour policy relating to homelessness has had, in particular, on lone parents. By looking at the trends associated with homelessness of lone parents, a more detailed policy analysis can be completed with a view to gaining an understanding of how policies could […]

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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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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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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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Comparing Old & New Terrorism

| December 10, 2016

Introduction 1.1 Background In the countdown to the end of the twentieth century, notable scholars came up with a new concept of ‘New Terrorism’ which represents a shift from the traditional terrorism. The ‘new terrorism’ ‘refers to a qualitative change in the nature of terrorism, which has allegedly taken place during the 1990s’ (Kurtulus 2007:476).

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