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Social Science Essay -Housing Extended Report

| January 10, 2017

Introduction The work of Woodberry Down estate regeneration was initiated by the Hackey Council in the year 201. The exercise involved demolition of 1, 981 homes with an aim of building new 1,561 both private, ownership, and social rental homes.

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With reference to the headscarf debate in France, analyze the extent to which laicite has played a major role in the French law 2004-228.

| December 23, 2016

Introduction On March 15th, 2004 the government of French Republic passed a law that banned the wearing of “conspicuous signs” of religious affiliation in public schools (Bowen, 2007). Whilst this law affected Jewish skullcaps, large crosses, Sikh turbans, many scholars (i.e. Wing and Smith, Tarhan) believe that its main purpose was to ban the wearing […]

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A critical examination of the antecedents and efficacy of Social Services interventions for West African ‘looked after’ children in South London.

| December 22, 2016

Rationale behind the Study The proposed research will investigate Social Service interventions for looked after West African children in South London. I work in an ethically diverse comprehensive school in London, and have witnessed an increase in minority ethnic looked after children in recent years.

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The power of social media in political communication

| December 22, 2016

Research Question To determine the impact of social media on the way that political institutions and organizations communicate to the public

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Prevention of Teenage Pregnancy Policy in the UK

| December 21, 2016

Introduction This essay will discuss the current policies in place to prevent teenage pregnancy in the United Kingdom. Firstly, it will introduce the key concept of teenage pregnancy and discuss it against the context of the problems it creates.

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The Factors that Contribute to Effective Use of iPads with PMLD Pupils

| December 21, 2016

Introduction This chapter will discuss the background, the scope and the need for the present study highlighting the research questions raised that will the study will attempt to answer.

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Policy in Theory and Practice

| December 21, 2016

What is the social administrative tradition? Social administration developed when the welfare state was undergoing a period of growth, when there was a high level of optimism about its potential achievements and a high degree of consensus about the fundamentals such as Education, the National Health Services, and public housing.

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Trace the roots of conflict in Syria. Which theory of international relations can be applied to understand this concept? Justify your answer.

| December 21, 2016

Abstract Syria represents an interesting opportunity for International Relations because of the nature of the conflict representing two conflicting ideologies, namely realism and revolutionism.

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Policy Framework Development

| December 21, 2016

Introduction In this essay, I will discuss the welfare state since World War II and how it has impacted society in England and Wales. In addition, I will discuss the importance of social policy, how it was developed and the four most frequently used approaches.

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Ethics and Research in Professional Contexts

| December 21, 2016

Introduction Ethics play a pivotal role in a variety of contexts, such as decisions in personal contexts (e.g. family, friends) and professional contexts (e.g. workplace).

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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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What are the factors that have caused British political parties to change their policies on the EU since 1970?

| December 19, 2016

Abstract There are a number of different factors that have caused British political parties to change their policies on the EU, yet it is often very difficult to determine what these are.

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Women In Leadership: The Place Of Assertiveness And Recognition Of Human Rights

| December 19, 2016

Introduction The assumption that women leaders tend to be aggressive has been largely upheld, in Africa. That is not to say that all women leaders in Africa are aggressive; arguably, however, most women leaders tend to exhibit aggressive behaviour creating an impression of aggression within women leaders regardless of the reality.

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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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Does the Bangladeshi Worker Community Experience Ill Health more than their White British Counterparts?

| December 17, 2016

1.Abstract For a person to enjoy a good quality of life, remaining strong and healthy is essential.  However the ability to retain good health is often affected by a range of diverse factors including ethnicity, living standards, age, occupation and access to medical facilities. 

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The Role of NGOs in the Prevention of HIV/AIDS in Ghana

| December 12, 2016

Introduction This dissertation will focus on the role of NGO in the prevention of HIV/AIDS in Ghana. The Republic of Ghana is located on the west coast of Africa and is bordered by Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast and Togo. Ghana has an estimated population of 24 million people, with Accra – Ghana’s capital city – […]

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An analysis of the trends affecting homeless lone parents under the Labour Government

| December 12, 2016

Research Question  This research question is an assessment of the impact which the Labour policy relating to homelessness has had, in particular, on lone parents. By looking at the trends associated with homelessness of lone parents, a more detailed policy analysis can be completed with a view to gaining an understanding of how policies could […]

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Social Policy Dissertation

| December 12, 2016

Overview of Area The New Deal for lone parents has focussed on the notion of making it easier for lone parents to return to work. The underlying aim of the policy has been stated to be making it easier for parents, particularly lone parents, back to work by making the issues relating to childcare easier […]

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The Importance of Good Writing Skills for Prospective University Students

| December 12, 2016

Introduction In the age of technology, most students are absorbed in using electronic sources to either read or listen to academic information and usually attempt to memorize facts as far as possible. While electronic devices such as Android phones, iPads, Kindles, and other devices provide students with an amalgamation of information at their fingertips and […]

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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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