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To what extent is the government’s unhesitant support of faith schools compatible with democracy?

| October 29, 2016

Introduction Faith schools present an interesting challenge to society as considerations of law and human rights mandate that these schools be allowed to operate as a manifestation of a religious right. However on the other hand one has unwavering claims of social segregation that develops as a result of these schools.

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Mobile Phones For Agricultural And Rural Developments

| October 29, 2016

Introduction Over the past few years, there has been a substantial improvement in the development of ICT in Africa. Mobile communications technology, in particular, has become the most powerful way to servicing millions of people and extending economic opportunities in Africa. In Nigeria, the diffusion of mobile phones has brought about huge changes in the […]

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Current research into the health-related impact of bullying at work.

| October 29, 2016

Abstract This paper addresses the current state of research concerning the psychological and physical effects that bullying within the work place can have on the victim, both its immediate impact and in the long term.

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The investigation into the impact of organisational culture on innovation and performance: A case study of Apple Inc.

| October 26, 2016

Abstract Innovation and performance are important elements of organisational culture as they help with business growth and development. As a result, it is vital that all businesses adopt and create an innovative culture in order to be successful.

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Role of management consultants in Change Management: Case Study of Small Business in England  and their application in African Countries

Role of management consultants in Change Management: Case Study of Small Business in England and their application in African Countries

| October 26, 2016

Introduction The business environment is constantly changing. Driven mainly by fluctuations in customer needs, changing regulations, new technological developmemts, falling profits, declineing market share and other internal and external forces has created a need for businesses to adopt new strategies so as to keep up with the pace of change (Nuorkivi, 2009).

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How effectively do elections ensure that the ‘people’ are represented?

| October 24, 2016

Introduction This report is designed to demonstrate the specifics of the election process. Along with the increase in popularity of democracy in the world, the elections have become the integral duty of each citizen in the native country. The proclamations that each vote is counted have become the slogan for each election process.

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Stress level among nurses that work in ER department in Nigeria and their work life balance.

| October 24, 2016

Abstract It is undeniable that stress within the nursing profession has become increasingly concerning over the years, which is why is it is imperative to understand the effects this can have upon nurses. Accordingly, stress not only affects nurses mentally but it can also have an effect upon their performance and the care they provide […]

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Internationalization Strategies

| October 24, 2016

Introduction In early days of civilization, people in most of the cultures and societies across the globe use to live in families, growing their own food, making their own clothes and supporting their lives through various other self made goods. Then the population of the world increased, and production and distribution of goods began to […]

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The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Family care givers in a Home Setup

| October 24, 2016

Abstract Management of a Chronic HIV patient at home involves enormous dedication, effort and is stressful. The psychological, spiritual and financial needs of the caregivers are largely ignored. Reeling under enormous financial strain, compounded by the lack of support network, African women are forced to singlehandedly manage care delivery for the HIV patient and are […]

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Production for Live Events & TV Top-Up

| October 24, 2016

Introduction This report is designed in order to demonstrate the main trends in the lighting industry. This report will show the new trends and products in the lighting industry along with their effects on the formation of the technological advancements.

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The Application of Strategic Procurement Strategies to Further and Higher Education Institutions: Measuring Corporate Performance

| October 24, 2016

Introduction Whilst further and higher education institutions in the United Kingdom are generally considered as having the primary purpose of educational output, it is generally seen in the market place that these institutions are run in a similar fashion to most other corporate institutions. It is therefore not surprising that strategies of strategic procurement in […]

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Public Service Policy and Strategy Business Essay

| October 24, 2016

Abstract Organisations change in various ways which means that they become different. This could happen as a result of becoming a larger entity or by changing from a private to a public company. Change could also take place as a result of becoming “more customer or marketing focused as opposed to production orientated” (The Times, […]

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Regulation and Management in the Global Community

| October 24, 2016

WRITEPASS – CUSTOM ASSIGNMENT WRITING – DISSERTATION Introduction This paper is composed in order to demonstrate and analyse the management techniques and internationalisation strategies in the context of the global community. This report is prepared for the board of directors in the UK, in order to provide an insight about the potential internationalisation of the […]

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Is Common Law a thing of the past? A comparative study of Swiss and Indian Contract Law Procedure

| October 24, 2016

Research Problem Brief The Code of Obligations is the primary source of Swiss contract law as a country which follows a civil code tradition. Like most areas of continental civil law, Swiss contract law is based mainly on the tradition of Roman law; however, it is influenced most heavily by the German doctrine of Pandects […]

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Stigma, Discrimination And The Concept Of Social Exclusion

| October 24, 2016

Abstract This paper provides an understanding of what stigma is and the implications that it may have for policy and practice. The analysis relates particularly to employment. This includes exploring the link between stigma and social exclusion. Additionally, the paper examines the relationship between stigma, discrimination and human rights violation. It describes how the three […]

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Food Law, Food Safety & Risk Management

| October 24, 2016

Introduction Details needed from Mrs Its Disgusting In order to make a thorough investigation into the food complaint that has been made by Mrs Its Disgusting, it is necessary to take some details from her so that the actual cause of the complaint can be determined. This is also necessary in establishing whether the bakery […]

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Why and how might shift work impact on the health of employees? What could be done to minimize it?

| October 24, 2016

Introduction Shift work is common in a variety of professions such as health, defence and transport, involving both day and night shift on a rotational basis. As such, individuals working shifts could experience physical effects such as cognitive deficits or sleep deprivation.

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The understanding of nigerian women of maternal mortality including beliefs, cultural practice, and understanding of health literature.

| October 24, 2016

Search Strategy Databases Used Multiple journal databases, book databases and online databases will be used for this assignment so that an in-depth study of the maternal mortality, including beliefs and cultural practices

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Continental Europe seeks to combine flexibility with security in its relations with the workforce via a range of measures one of which is flexicurity.

| October 24, 2016

Introduction Flexicurity promises to address the problems relating to the labour market by enhancing the need for security and flexibility. In this study the establishment of the Flexicurity

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Issues in Researching and Developing Media Projects

| October 24, 2016

Introduction One of the main problems associated with mass communication is the social, cultural and psychological effects of media content and use (Perse, 2001, p. 1). It is therefore important to fully understand the effects in which the media has upon popular culture in order to advance positive effects and mitigate negative ones. Accordingly, it […]

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