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The hegemonic decline of the United States and the eastward shift in the global capitalist economy

| December 19, 2016

Abstract The Great Recession of 2007-8 has exposed the inherent weakness of the Western economies, whose growth had been fuelled on heavy indebtedness.

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The Impact of Branding Strategies of New Luxury Brands on Nigerian Young Customers: A Study of Tiffany Amber

The Impact of Branding Strategies of New Luxury Brands on Nigerian Young Customers: A Study of Tiffany Amber

| December 14, 2016

Executive Summary: The global fashion industry is a highly evolving market with diverse needs and innumerous wants. While the tastes of consumers may differ, the aim of the luxury fashion brand industry is to associate brands with feelings of prestige, importance, status, and grandeur for customers.

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Managing Oil Wealth: An Exploration Of Lessons Emerging Oil Nations Can Learn From Norway And Uk

| December 14, 2016

Abstract Several oil producing and exporting countries have fallen under the pitfalls of the resource curse phenomena and the “Dutch disease’. Research studies have explored extensively in this area with most studies taking the view that resource rich countries experience slow economic growth compared to resource poor countries. Contrary to what should constitute common sense, […]

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The Evolution and Potential Eradication of Cyber-crime in the Nigerian Banking Industry, using GTB as a case study.

| December 13, 2016

Background to Project Over the years, the use of information communication technology has had a dramatic impact on almost all areas of human operation including, in particular, the banking and finance sector.

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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 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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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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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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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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The effect of Vitamin D supplementation on breast cancer risk

The effect of Vitamin D supplementation on breast cancer risk

| December 10, 2016

Abstract The impact of vitamin D supplementation on breast cancer prevention and diminishment has become a matter of sustained debate.  This study proposes to utilize a combination Post-Positivism approach to assess the practice.

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Nutrition and Dietetics Proposal-Discussion/Conclusion

| December 10, 2016

Introduction The main aim of this project was to assess the relationship of CVD risk factors and diet in Cuban Americans.  More specifically, this project was aimed to see the association of omega 3 fatty acid with CVD biomarkers, homocysteine and CRP in Cuban Americans with and without type 2 diabetes. These aims were targeted […]

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The effect of Vitamin D supplementation on breast cancer risk

| August 18, 2016

Abstract The impact of vitamin D supplementation on breast cancer prevention and diminishment has become a matter of sustained debate.  This study proposes to utilize a combination Post-Positivism approach to assess the practice. With emerging studies both upholding and decrying the efficacy of Vitamin D in relation to breast cancer, there is a need pursue […]

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Nutrition and Dietetics Proposal-Discussion/Conclusion

| August 17, 2016

The main aim of this project was to assess the relationship of CVD risk factors and diet in Cuban Americans.  More specifically, this project was aimed to see the association of omega 3 fatty acid with CVD biomarkers, homocysteine and CRP in Cuban Americans with and without type 2 diabetes. These aims were targeted with […]

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Using Technology as a Tool to Improve Teaching and Learning Processes

| August 11, 2016

Abstract A research proposal setting out a planned study concerned with the use of ICT in education, and looking particularly at how ICT can be used to make teaching the classics of English literature more relevant to today’s teenagers. An introduction looks at the background for the study, and its rationale, while subsequent sections set […]

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Corporate Social Responsibility in the Oil and Gas Industry: A Conceptual Research

| April 6, 2015

Background The idea of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is one that has come to stay in the world of business, as its importance has gradually increased over the years. CSR essentially reflects the realization that business, including the oil and gas business, does not exist in a social, environmental, or cultural vacuum. Indeed, different organizations […]

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