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Community profile of Hackney, London

| September 28, 2016

Introduction The purpose of this report is to present a community profile of Hackney in London. When profilign a region such as this the focus is on using a variety of techniques in order to build up a clearer picture of a community or neighborhood (Barnados, 2004).

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Is terrorism a serious threat to international and national security

| August 18, 2016

Introduction The notion of ‘terrorism’ began to attain a great deal of relevance to the international community during the 1970s. To be sure, political organisations, such as the Palestinian Liberation Organisation (PLO) and the Irish Republican Army, began to use violent methods for the purposes of voice out their grievances and force certain political outcomes […]

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Interpretation and judgement in news reporting.

| December 23, 2012

INTRODUCTION In this chapter I will undertake a review of theories relevant to the theme of this work. Various scholarly positions on the theory of media representation, media and social responsibility and pattern of crisis reporting will be thoroughly examined. I will equally review scholarly works on the origin and nature of the Nigerian press.

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A geographical area where one or more languages are endangered.

| December 23, 2012

Introduction The geographic area that will be discussed in t his case study is Japan and the language that is endanger is Ainu language. The word Ainu means “human” in the Ainu language; Ezo, or Yezo, in old Japanese; or Utari, which is now called by many academics. The Ainu people, are ethnic group of […]

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The world Trade Organization (WTO)

| December 21, 2012

Introduction WTO and Trade Libralization: “The world Trade Organization (WTO), is the only global international organization monitoring and controlling the rules of trade between nations. It was formed in 1995 with the General Agreement of Trade and Traiffs (GATT) as its basis.” (Paul and Aserkar, 2010:1)

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Culture is mutual values, principles and rituals in which a set of people follow the policy and convention locate by the intimates.

| December 21, 2012

Introduction Culture is mutual values, principles and rituals in which a set of people follow the policy and convention locate by the intimates. Apiece person morals, beliefs and rituals depending on their birth of starting point, Family type, faith, Education, languages. In the minority countries still they go behind the old tradition which is centuries […]

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This study was to investigate on the main reasons for the group’s interest in this degree.

| December 21, 2012

Introduction Background This report has been written to uncover the main reasons for the group’s interest in the degree and their knowledge, personal qualities and in particular, skills that the group felt they brought to the degree programme.

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Discuss the way heresy was viewed in the fifteenth century?

| December 21, 2012

Intoduction Heresy is a word that people misuse when a faith differs from alternative faiths. Heresy, the word, is derived from the Greek language and is translated as meaning a ‘sect’.  The word usually describes a small dissenting group who do not believe what the majority believe.  The Catholic Church believed in baptism and any […]

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Study Social Behavioural Difficulties: Linhope and the Pupil Referral Unit in Newcastle

| December 17, 2012

Introduction Linhope is the Pupil Referral Unit in Newcastle for boys and girls of compulsory school age and serves a community in a LA which is in the most deprived 10% in the country. Almost 1/3 of the population lives in the 10% most deprived areas nationally. In some areas there are over 50% of […]

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How an academic journal can expand your knowledge on critical thinking

| December 17, 2012

Introduction Jennifer Moon (1999, p. 2) described a journal to be a vehicle for reflection as this process can represent deeply seated orientations of our lives. The aim is to expand my knowledge on critical thinking also to develop and critically analyze various research skills supporting my studies through out the course of my degree. The […]

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Giving children a voice: Siolta and the national quality framework for early childhood education

| December 17, 2012

Abstract The proposed research represents an inquiry into assessing how Early Years Practitioners utilize Siolta: “The National Quality Framework for Early Childhood Education”. This is Standard One in Ireland. O Kane (2007) highlights a continual rise in young people “attending early childhood settings, prior to starting schooling in Ireland.”  In view of that, the National […]

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How has unemployment in Bangladesh resulted from an insufficient effective demand for goods and services in an economy

| December 15, 2012

Introduction Unemployment is a great concern in Bangladesh. Every year hundreds of thousands student are coming out from college and university. Though it is one of the major responsibilities of the Government to provide job to those young generation but the Government is failed to meet the job demand among the large population. Only a […]

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What are the effects on trade regulation for food security under the world trade organization system

| December 15, 2012

Abstract With the launch of new negotiations on international trade called ‘Doha Development Agenda’ (DDA), agriculture is once again expected to be a central and difficult issue. As a solution to the problems associated with food security in the DDA negotiation on agriculture, this article suggested a creation of a food security box. The basic […]

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How a practitioner’s values and beliefs influence their practice

| December 15, 2012

social work, extra-care establishment, Introduction Within this written work, the writer will describe three examples using their own experiences in working within a health and social care practice. It will also reflect upon those personal experiences.to ensure confidentiality and anonymity of service users and employer will be maintained throughout, service users and employers will be […]

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How has the structure of the family changed in Britain over the last hundred years? Indicate the implications of the changes for the education system.

| December 14, 2012

Introduction I am going to start firstly, by looking at how the family was in the years of the industrial revolution and how education was shaped and changed in this period. Secondly, I will look into the post-war immigration and how education was implicated, due to the introduction of new cultures. Citizenship classes have been […]

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Television advertising: how does it affect children?

| December 13, 2012

Introduction It is just about nearly impossible to go anywhere in today’s world without seeing some kind of ad, whether it be a billboard for McDonalds, or a television commercial for Fisher Price toys.  It is estimated that each American is exposed to well over 2,500 advertising messages per day, and that children see over […]

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Different words, different conception: China English and Chinese English

| December 12, 2012

Introduction The background of my writing In the past 50 years, English has become a global language. It’s widely used in international conferences, multinational companies and the Internet. According to the Cambridge University Press Statistics, there are 1.4 billion people living in the country which used English as its official language. There are also 1.2 […]

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Investigate the erosive characteristics of targets using a centrifugal accelerator erosion tester

Investigate the erosive characteristics of targets using a centrifugal accelerator erosion tester

| December 11, 2012

ABSTRACT Erosive wear is the phenomenon of removal of the surface of any component basing on different conditions due to high-speed impact of solid, liquid or gaseous particles. It is a common occurrence on most plant and machineries and manufacturing industries. The phenomenon of erosive wear has been studied for many years, and still research […]

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Domestic violence and ethnic minority Women living in the UK with “no recourse to public funds”

Domestic violence and ethnic minority Women living in the UK with “no recourse to public funds”

| December 11, 2012

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH THE STUDY The focus of this study is to discuss the impact of domestic violence on black ethnic minority women living in the UK. To discuss intervention support services available and limitations faced in accessing statutory and voluntary organisations services. The topic has been chosen following a successful volunteering placement […]

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What issues do team managers face regarding knowledge management having transient work force at London Borough?

| December 11, 2012

Introduction The purpose of the research study was to find issues which team managers face regarding knowledge management in teams having transient work force. The study focuses on London Borough.

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