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Can Military Force Promote Humanitarian Values?

| October 29, 2015

Abstract Recent years have seen an increase in humanitarian interventions which have involved military operations. However is it feasible that the two operations, military and humanitarian are compatible? This paper investigates whether this is the case and, to do so, assesses military force in terms of the values which underpin humanitarianism. This paper utilises a […]

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The impact of Multinational Adoption of ERP Systems on a Centralised Accounts Payable Department

The impact of Multinational Adoption of ERP Systems on a Centralised Accounts Payable Department

| October 28, 2015

CHAPTER 1: Introduction   The aim of this chapter is to provide an overview of the proposed research project, the research approach, research methodology and also to provide an overall framework for the research topic.

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Fortune 500

| October 28, 2015

Introduction Choose a Fortune 500 organisation operating in the UK which you will use as a basis for all your answers for this assignment. It may be a company which you work for or one you would like to work for or an organisation you are familiar with.   Name your chosen organisation.   Briefly […]

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The Value of Accounting Disclosure in UK Capital Market

| October 28, 2015

Abstract This study is focused on identifying the value of accounting disclosure in the UK capital market, citing the relationship between market capitalisation and money raised of 50 selected LSE-listed companies. The data of these companies are obtained from the database of the London Stock Exchange website. Non-probability sampling is adopted in selecting these companies […]

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Business environment assessment

| October 28, 2015

Abstract This paper provides answers to different questions relating to the dynamic business environment in the UK. The aim is to understand the organisational purposes of UK businesses as well as of the nature of the national environment in which UK businesses operate. Another important objective of the paper is to provide a relevant understanding […]

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Recruitment process of Google

Recruitment process of Google

| October 28, 2015

Introduction In each organisation the structure of recruitment process has to meet a critical term: it should be aligned with the organisation’s ‘line functions, such as finance and marketing’ (Anyim et al., 2012: 69). In other words, a successful recruitment process should be able to promote the achievement of organisational objectives, as incorporated in the […]

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How Far Do You Agree that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is an Evolving Institution?

| October 28, 2015

Abstract The roles of foreign affairs ministries are central to projecting the aspirations of states when operating on the international arena. This paper assesses that a number of the dynamics which have occurred in the global stage in order to assess whether or not foreign affairs ministries are evolving institutions and assesses that evolution is […]

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Sample Research Methodology Chapter: Quantitative Research

| October 28, 2015

Introduction The purpose of this chapter is to explain in detail the research methods and the methodology implemented for this study. The chapter will explain first of all the choice of research approach, then the research design, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of the research tools chosen. This will be followed by a […]

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How To Stop Anti-Study Procrastination (part 2)

How To Stop Anti-Study Procrastination (part 2)

| May 11, 2015

If you’re currently writing your dissertation or summer thesis, then you will know how challenging it is to try and keep yourself focused. With so many distractions around, it can be too easy to end up procrastinating rather than actually doing any work! So what to do?   Well, today we look at another set […]

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How To Stop Anti-Study Procrastination (part 1)

How To Stop Anti-Study Procrastination (part 1)

| May 6, 2015

You have a deadline looming. However, instead of doing your work, you are squandering your time online, checking email, browsing social media, watching videos, surfing blogs and forums. You know you should be working, but you just don’t feel like doing anything. We are all familiar with the procrastination phenomenon. When we procrastinate, we squander […]

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Will Doing a Master’s Get Me a better job?

Will Doing a Master’s Get Me a better job?

| April 21, 2015

Many students wrestle with the decision whether to take up Postgraduate study at the end of their Undergraduate degree. For some students this is to put off the thought of getting a ‘real-job’ for another year (which is a bad reason to do a Master’s!), but for others it is seen as a route to further […]

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Written versus Spoken Grammar

| April 6, 2015

Abstract Through examination of the expected educational outcomes of TESOL courses, one can begin to have a relevant discussion as to the debate between written and spoken grammar. In general academic consensus it is shown that the inclusion of spoken grammar in English teaching is preferable as it is desired by learners and the outcomes […]

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Business Plan: African Second Kitchen

Business Plan: African Second Kitchen

| April 6, 2015

  1         Executive Summary 1.1 Description of Business This restaurant/ethnic food business plan is a candid disclosure of African Second Kitchen business proposal. Our intent is to set realistic business expectations, and eliminate any questions about the profitability of this business venture. Entrepreneurs have a tendency to paint the restaurant business plan with a very […]

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Yummies Restaurant Business Plan

Yummies Restaurant Business Plan

| April 6, 2015

  1      Executive Summary 1.1         Description of Business The restaurant business strategy will be an open disclosure of Yummies business proposal. The intention will be to establish practical business expectations, as well as to eradicate uncertainties regarding the profitability of the project. Entrepreneurs often optimistically forecast their restaurant business plan, underlining the benefits and disguising […]

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The Concept of Learning Autonomy

| April 6, 2015

Abstract An exploration of the theoretical aspect of learning or learner autonomy must include a fundamental examination of the underlying theoretical aspects of autonomy generally. This will be evaluated in light of the expected outcomes of teaching and the particular advantages of this strategy towards teaching. Through this examination, it will be analyzed concluding that […]

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Evaluate the extent to which authentic materials are useful in teaching English in accordance with a competency based learning outcome.

| April 6, 2015

Abstract To determine the extent to which authentic materials should be used in material design for English teaching one must start by being mindful of the expected outcomes of learning. To this extent there are two broad competing theories: Competency versus Knowledge-base. The practice and mission of TESOL supports a theory of competence rather than […]

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To what extent should we allow L1 in the L2 classroom?

| April 6, 2015

Introduction The use of a student’s first language (L1) in a second language classroom (L2) has been debated for numerous years (Morahan 2010) within the principles set by Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). Many teachers have any inherent understanding that teaching in a second language is cognitively more complex than that […]

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Traditional Methods and Development

Traditional Methods and Development

| April 6, 2015

Introduction Second language education has become a necessity in the modern world for refugees, immigrants, international students, individuals requiring advanced second language skills in their occupations and those receiving education or vocational training in a language other than their mother tongue (Long, 2005). The growing reliance on effective second language teaching programs has led to […]

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Module Overview

| April 6, 2015

Introduction My name is xxx and this is my xxx module. This module has been very challenging and intellectually fulfilling as I have learned a whole lot, and acquired a number of skills, just by doing it. Through the first and second tasks, which involved visits to the library and computer suite, I now have […]

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The management of the psychological contract (Dissertation)

The management of the psychological contract (Dissertation)

| April 6, 2015

ABSTRACT In recent times, there seems to be a competition among many organizations in a bid to become the employer of choice. The psychological contract which is the mutual and unwritten relationship that exists between employees and employers, have been seen as a major tool in standing out in the competition. The importance of the […]

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