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Critical Appraisal

| February 7, 2017

Introduction This essay will critically appraise a paper investigating the relationship between moderate alcohol intake during pregnancy and risk of foetal death written by Andersen et al. (2012).

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With reference to the Gamor Serious Case Review (Hackney LSCB 2008) and in the context of current legislation, policy and multi-agency guidance, discuss what social work interventions might have been in place to protect the children, Antoine and Keneice, and to respond to the needs of the adults in the family

| February 7, 2017

Introduction This essay centres on the tragic killing of Antoine, aged 10, and Keneice, aged 3 by their mentally ill mother. The Gamor Serious Case Review (Hackney LSCB 2008) states that no further action on the part of the social workers could have prevented the killings and this essay will examine whether other social work […]

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How the teachings of Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab influenced everyday life in Saudi Arabia

| February 6, 2017

Introduction Commins (2006, p. 97) asserts that the teachings of Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab have influenced the contemporary political and cultural environment in Saudi Arabia.

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France and United States Health Care Policy Comparison

| February 6, 2017

Abstract The efficacy of the social policies of health care has become a topic of considerable debate.

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To what extent can motivation be used as a leadership tool?

| February 6, 2017

Abstract Numerous investigations have linked organizational success to effective leadership.

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A Comparative Analysis of Community-Based Tourism in Uganda and Kenya

| February 3, 2017

1. Introduction As pointed out by Tasciet al (2013), the contribution made by tourism to the growth of the economy can be enormous.

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Would a common definition of terrorism have helped to combat terrorism in the Arab uprising in relation to Syria?

| February 3, 2017

Abstract There is much difficulty when it comes to establishing what a terrorist actually is because of the lack of definition that exists on an international level.

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Violence against Women

| February 3, 2017

Introduction The United Nations defines violence against women as any gender based violence that leads to or is likely to result in sexual harm, mental harm or any other kind of suffering to women.

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Global Financial Imbalances Essay

| February 2, 2017

Global Financial Imbalances Essay – How the arrangements of global trade act as a driver of global imbalances Abstract This paper looks at the different factors causing trade imbalance on the global trade arena.

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Impact of Recent Changes in Capitalism on Social and Economic Status of Women

| February 2, 2017

Introduction The history of women and their oppression has been well documented in literature. Several authors have explored the origin of women oppression.

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Comparison of Healthcare Policies between France and the US

| February 2, 2017

Introduction This essay aims to critically discuss social policies on healthcare between France and the US. Similarities and differences on the social policies of these two countries will be discussed.

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Developments in Migration Theory, Feminisation, Diaspora & Transnationalism, and Asylum as a Migration Flow

| February 2, 2017

Abstract This research presents how the push-pull model of migration has been deflated by developments in migration theory.

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The Arab Spring: Implications for US Policy and Interests

| February 2, 2017

Introduction The political uprisings in the Arab world during 2011 undeniably transformed the Middle East and the North of Africa (MENA) (Dalacoura, 2012: 63).

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A Portfolio of Atlantis Casino Resort

| February 1, 2017

Abstract   This portfolio pertains to Atlantis Casino Resort in Reno, Nevada. It discusses the facility mix adopted by the resort.

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Reflection Report of Dissertation on mpact of information system on student learning experience

| February 1, 2017

Abstract This essay reflects the lessons and obstacles that I faced during the course of writing my dissertation.

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Key Benefits And Challenges Of An Integrated Approach To Working With Children With Additional Needs And Their Families In An Early Years Setting.

| February 1, 2017

Introduction Many families who have children with additional needs often fear sending their children to mainstream schools (Wang 2009).

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Critical Discussion: The Historical and Contemporary Uses and Notions of “Race”

| January 23, 2017

Abstract This paper deals with the historical and contemporary uses and notions of the term ‘race’. The discussion is based on the dismissal of most contemporary scholars of the notion of ‘race; based on 19th century scientific taxonomies.

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How has islamic teaching influenced the intifadas in palestine?

| January 23, 2017

Introduction Throughout history, religion has been a major a factor contributing to wars. Religion has in many ways contributed to hatred, bloodshed and war.

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Outline: Assessing The Potential For Using Motivational Strategies Within The Military: Theory And Practical

| January 21, 2017

Introduction Numerous studies have been conducted analysing the role of motivation in enhancing performance of an individual, organization, or a practice (Outgunned, 2012; Zbylut et al., 2007; Dadabhay, 2011).

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The British-German naval rivalry as a contributing factor to the start of World War One

| January 21, 2017

Introduction One the main arguments that have been presented in order to understand the reasons for the beginning of World War One revolves around the growth of military capabilities in the European continent in the period leading up to the start of the conflagration.

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