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Smartphone Industry

| February 3, 2017

Executive summary Smartphones have ushered in a new generation of modern communication.

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Although the foetus has no right to life, its interests are adequately protected by English law.

| February 3, 2017

Introduction The right to life is a moral principle that is based upon the premise that all individuals have a right not to be killed by another human being.

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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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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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Business Environment

| February 2, 2017

Abstract This paper is divided into three parts in order to explore important business and management issues. The first part of the assignment demonstrates significant details about the performance of Virgin Atlantic Airline (VAA) and its interrelations to numerous external factors such as the UK recession impact, effects of EU regulations and the business environment.

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Patriarchal (sexist) society oppresses women: Women sexuality is marginalized

| February 2, 2017

Abstract The Oedipus complex is a name coined from the notorious Kind Oedipus, a Greek legend, who kills his father so that he can marry his mother.

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Mental Illness among Homeless in London Borough of Tower Hamlet

| February 2, 2017

Abstract: The aim of the essay plan at hand was to outline the mental health issues that are being faced by the homeless population in the UK, with specific references to the borough of Tower Hamlets.

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An Analysis of the Urban Issue of Tuberculosisin the Bourough of Newham

| February 2, 2017

1.Introduction Tuberculosis is a very serious infectious disease that primarily affects the lungs, causing cough and breathing difficulties.

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In the “Laval Quartet” series of cases, the Court of Justice has struck the correct balance between protecting the right to collective action under EU law and protecting the rights of free movement of services and establishment. Critically assess.

| February 2, 2017

Introduction The right to take collective action is a fundamental human right of a worker under European Union (EU) law. Individuals are thus provided with the right to take collective action in the event that there is a conflict of interest, including strike action.

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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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Individual Management and Leadership Plan

| February 2, 2017

Introduction This brief is aimed at investigating and reporting my own individual management and leadership plan.

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Case Study Analysis of Casual Togs

| February 2, 2017

Introduction The present-day business environment is characterized by increasing competitiveness in different industries. In this regard, it is vital for organizations to ensure that all their functions or departments are aligned towards being ahead of their competitors (Rugman et al., 2012).

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Your role is to evaluate the significant progress and barriers to achieving one of these pillars. Based on iata’s four pillar strategy

| February 2, 2017

Abstract The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has the difficult task of creating a sustainable and long term agenda that enables the aviation authority to develop a set or rules and regulations that not only supports the global aviation authority, but also deals with the growing concerns in relation to the environmental impact.

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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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Minimizing weather disruption in aviation: regard of Heathrow, British Airways and UK aviation system

| February 1, 2017

Introduction More than any other mode of transportation, aviation is significantly affected by weather conditions including fog, thunderstorms, snowstorms, and wind as well as temperature and pressure extremes (Iyengar, 2002).

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A Critical Analysis of the Procurement Policy for a Local Government

| February 1, 2017

Executive Summary This paper analyses the recent changes to the procurement strategy of Leeds City Council and how such changes are comparable to the procurement strategy of Staffordshire County Council.

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Critique the responses of the following agents: Public Health, Health Promotion, the government and the general public, ensuring that you focus on the public health and health promotion responses by these agents (using UK centred examples from 2007-2013 for your chosen topic).

| February 1, 2017

Introduction This essay aims to critically analyse how the chosen topic, measles, a highly infectious virus, has been dealt with by a number of specific groups, these being Public Health England (PHE), Health Promotion, the Government, and the general public, between 2007 – 2013.

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