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Money Makes the World Go Round Essay

Money Makes the World Go Round Essay

| August 26, 2017

Money Makes the World Go Round Essay Student Submitted Essay – Want WritePass version, give us a call today! In year 1960, there was a musical play happened named as “Cabaret” where this quotation “Money makes the world go round” introduced first. In that play, there was a song sung by female lead actress where […]

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The impact of hosting the World Expo 2020 on Dubai’s future economic, social and cultural life

| February 8, 2017

Introduction This proposal outlines the following research question: in what ways, positive or negative, will the World Expo 2020 affect Dubai, the surrounding region, and the world in general? This is an interesting topic for two primary reasons. The first is the personal workplace experience of the author, which involved a position at Dubai Media […]

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Critical analysis of a PR campaign

| February 8, 2017

Abstract The value of the public relations campaign has become a topic of substantial debate. This essay assesses the role of the process and the value it has in today’s business world.

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PR Plan for M&S Clothing

| February 8, 2017

Introduction In recent years, Marks & Spencer’s clothing sales have experienced a period of decline and have been involved in a large amount of discounting which has a negative impact on the profit margins within the department.

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Reflective Portfolio

| February 8, 2017

Abstract This is a reflective essay looking at the author’s career expectations and working background. Models of reflection are used to examine the author’s experience and self learning in terms of career aspirations.

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Television in the UAE & Saudi Arabia: An analysis of women’s representation

| February 8, 2017

Introduction This research analyzes the ways in which women are represented on television in Arabic countries; through social programs in the United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia.

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Why is authenticity important in the pro-anorexia community?

| February 8, 2017

Abstract The main argument that is advocated in this paper is “rationality vs. irrationality” – that maladaptive behavior can be justified, sought after and conditioned by a process of ‘groupthink’ and internal shifts of power.

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Explain and assess Haidt’s ‘moral foundations’ theory

| February 7, 2017

Introduction This essay will explain and assess Moral Foundations Theory (MFT), which was originally developed by Haidt, and which he has since worked on with a number of collaborators. The first part of this essay will outline the philosophical background of the theory, especially its relationship to Continental rationalism and British empiricism.

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A Reflection: Application to Practice

| February 6, 2017

Introduction This reflective brief aims to discuss how and why I will apply my new learning to my routine practice; in particular, focusing on how this learning experience will enable me to show and promote care, compassion, commitment, courage, communication, and competence (6 Cs) within my everyday practice.

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Critical analysis of a PR campaign

| February 3, 2017

Abstract The value of the public relations campaign has become a topic of substantial debate. This essay assesses the role of the process and the value it has in today’s business world.

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Heritage and Production of Archaeological Data

| January 23, 2017

WRITEPASS – CUSTOM ESSAY WRITING – EXAMPLE ESSAY Introduction This critical analysis essay centers on heritage, discussing what it demonstrates about the production of archaeological data through case studies.

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Title Critically discuss the ways UNICEF engage media techniques in their communications’ strategy.

| January 20, 2017

Introduction Communication strategies are designed to help governmental and non-governmental organisations communicate effectively to meet core objectives.

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A Personalised Induction Will Always Be More Effective

| January 19, 2017

Introduction A personalised induction is a type of hypnotic induction that is designed to suit a certain individual. As humans, we appear to share the same traits, but in reality, we are different in various ways.

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Multiculturalism in Children’s Writing in the US in the 1980s

| January 16, 2017

Introduction This essay will firstly give an overview of the history of multicultural children’s literature. Secondly, it will map out key theories and debates surrounding multicultural children’s literature in the United States. Thirdly the essay will analyse two books set within the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that were published in the United States in the late 1980s […]

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Marketing and Branding Coco Chanel

| January 10, 2017

1.0 Introduction The survival of firms in the global market is related to their potential to identify brands that can respond to consumers’ needs. In this context, a successful brand is able to secure organisational growth even in periods of strong market turbulences (Doyle, 2009).

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Code-switching: The Effects for Students and Teachers

| December 21, 2016

Introduction In the current global economic climate, the ability to speak English has become an important business tool. English has essentially become the “universal second language” of the international labour market, and the socio-economic significance of this cannot be overstated (Light, 2007: 9).

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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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Explore the extent to which personality traits explain student preferences for specific learning approaches and teaching modalities

| December 16, 2016

Review of the Literature  1.1 Introduction To learn more about education and to be able to improve the system to best provide for the individual needs of its learners, this study aims to investigate the link between an individual’s personality and their preferred learning style and teaching modality.

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Gender in Jackie Kay’s Trumpet

| December 14, 2016

Abstract The overall impact of the role of gender and prejudice have an influence in every society in every nation around the world.  This study examines the literature that has the potential to illustrate many of the controversial subjects emerging in society today. 

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What impact does the examiner’s behavior and individual characteristics (e.g. language background or gender) have on the test taker’s performance in a live oral proficiency interview?

| October 24, 2016

Introduction The overwhelming consensus of the majority of literature agrees that the individual characteristics of the examiners in an oral proficiency interview do have a measurable effect on the outcomes of that interview. It seems that the effect of cultural differences is the prevailing concern amongst the literature, as modern academics have found that gender […]

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