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Ways in which activities of international firms threaten sustainable development.

Ways in which activities of international firms threaten sustainable development.

| September 26, 2016

Introduction In the past two decades, concerns have been raised over the impact globalization has on sustainable development (Carvalho 2001). In particular, the activities of international firms have been seen as a threat to sustainable development. As such, sustainability issues have become the focus of the international agenda today. A range of issues such as […]

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Discrimination Of Black Minority Youth Groups In Uk

| September 26, 2016

Abstract Debates and discussions on racial discrimination have in the recent years gained in intensity. Whilst discrimination seems to have declined over the past few decades, it is still very much alive and well as seen in the UK where the black youth continue to be marginalized in many areas including education and employment. It […]

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An examination of a charity working with children and young people: A Case Study of Action for Children

| September 24, 2016

Introduction Action for Children is a charitable organisation registered in England and Scotland with headquarters located at Watford.  Founded in 1869, it was formerly known as the National Children’s Home, which was established by Reverend Thomas Bowman Stephenson, a minister from the Methodist church.

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The significance of power relations in communication in social work

| September 24, 2016

Introduction Effective communication is important in all spheres of human activity, in the interplay between human nature or individual agency and society or social structure. In this regard, the informal interactions form the basis of social work and effective communication helps coordinators relate better with subjects (Koprowska, 2008).

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Social policy and youth studies- Written personal statement,

| September 24, 2016

Introduction and Aims Having completed a period of work experience within a childcare environment, I have gained a wide variety of experience and developed my own personal attributes, which I feel will ultimately enable me to become a valuable and responsible member of a childcare team, focusing on youth studies and social policy (Farrell & […]

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Laboratory Report – Recovery of Grip Strength Following Cold Water Immersion

| September 23, 2016

Abstract The research here has looked at the impact that cold water immersion has on the physical performance of athletes and the way in which this immersion can impact on fatigue.

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Recommendations Of The Bromley Serious Case Review

| September 22, 2016

Abstract Assessment of parenting capacity is vital for protection of children from maltreatment. Assessing the parent’s capacity to provide for the needs of the child, enhance their developmental experiences and to protect them from risk is a core task of child care agencies. However, agencies have not always acted in the best interests of the […]

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What is the nature of the relationship between cctv and crime prevention?

| September 22, 2016

Abstract Over the past few years, there has been a proliferation of closed circuit television (CCTV) installations especially at the town centres. Installation of CCTV cameras in public spaces has been driven by the urgency for crime prevention. CCTVs have been installed with the aim of deterring offending, bringing offenders to justice and providing reassurance […]

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Evaluation and Comparison of School-based Nutrition Programmes in the UK, Saudi Arabia and South-east Asia (Singapore and Malaysia)

| September 21, 2016

Introduction This work presents a proposal for suggested research looking at the evaluation and comparison of school-based nutrition programmes in the UK, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and Malaysia.

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Views of Childhood: A Sociological Perspective

| September 20, 2016

Abstract This essays draws on Libby Brooks’ The Story of Childhood in order to examine the social construction of childhood. This essay work analyses three individual aspects of childhood sociology. First, the effects of body image and the media on the cultural examination of childhood.

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Sport Tourism in Manchester, United Kingdom

| September 19, 2016

Abstract The evolution of Urban Tourism has provided a wide range of opportunity for the city of Manchester, UK. Alongside this opportunity Manchester has determined to employ a sport centred economic plan in an effort to bring in revenue. This study begins by assessing the underlying policies alongside the economic and social context in order […]

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Is nato obsolete? Discuss with reference to the evolution of its mandate and its different competencies

| September 17, 2016

Abstract This paper conducts an investigation into the validity of the claims that NATO is an obsolescent relic of the Cold War era. Drawing on sources from both sides of the debate, as well as the dominant theoretical school relating to alliances, the paper concludes that NATO is not in fact obsolete. This conclusion rests […]

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Exploring Professional Values: A Case Study Of Holy Rood Catholic Primary School

| September 17, 2016

Abstract Primary schools are important since they act as a foundation of my peoples’ life. This research paper evaluates the aims, values, and activities in Holy Rood catholic primary school, and their relationship to the mission of UNCRC. It aims at finding out what this school does to achieve its objectives. To accomplish this, an […]

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Entrepreneurship And Special Interest Tourism

| September 17, 2016

Abstract Special Interest Tourism (SIT) has in the recent years been the focus of attention of tourism development. SIT has come to be recognized as a key contributor to the growth of the tourism sector. In the UK, research indicate that over one-third of British consumers have either participated or engaged in a special interest […]

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Design a learning activity that might be included in a programme based on your topic. Submit your activity together with aims and objectives and reflections on peer feedback from the review sessions

| September 17, 2016

Introduction The information communications technology (ICT) lesson plan addresses the importance of internet communication and internet safety using a warm-up activity, two main activities and a plenary.

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Ecotourism: niche or the future of the industry?

| September 12, 2016

WRITEPASS – CUSTOM ESSAY WRITING – DISSERTATION TOPIC IDEAS Introduction To say ecotourism is nothing more than a niche project with little applicability to the wider tourism industry is to fail to consider the complexity of the problem: tourism is an expanding industry, and without a plan to create sustainable development, the carrying capacity will […]

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Migration flows are increasingly differentiated.

| September 12, 2016

Introduction This paper will demonstrate the effects different migration flows have upon the regulation and management of global migrations. This will be done by reviewing asylum flows and considering whether effective controls are in place for dealing with this type of migrant.

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Sociology Essay

| September 2, 2016

Introduction: Studies of language have provided an interesting insight into the workings of culture and the individual within the framework. Three concepts will be examined to understand the interaction between language and culture in the context of transnational societies.

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Migration flows are increasingly differentiated.

| September 2, 2016

Introduction This paper will demonstrate the effects different migration flows have upon the regulation and management of global migrations. This will be done by reviewing asylum flows and considering whether effective controls are in place for dealing with this type of migrant.

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