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Dissertation Topics in Mass Media and Journalism

Dissertation Topics in Mass Media and Journalism

| June 26, 2017 | 9 Comments

Dissertation Topics in Mass Media and Journalism “The types of questions investigated in mass media research are virtually unlimited” (Roger and Dominick 2006:5). Going by Roger’s statement, it is practically impossible to limit mass media research subject areas. Given that a research work can never be perfect, hence, the limitations of a research open the […]

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Dissertation Methodology – Impact of Technology on Recruitment

Dissertation Methodology – Impact of Technology on Recruitment

| June 26, 2017

Dissertation examples – Dissertation Methodology – FREE WRITEPASS ESSAYS The following article is a sample dissertation methodology on the following dissertation topic: Impact of Technology on Recruitment in UK Retail Banks. A case study of Lloyds Banking Group:

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The effectiveness and roles of CAMHS Emergency/Paediatric Liaison Teams in general hospital/Paediatric settings: A Systematic Literature Review

The effectiveness and roles of CAMHS Emergency/Paediatric Liaison Teams in general hospital/Paediatric settings: A Systematic Literature Review

| May 29, 2017

WRITEPASS – CUSTOM ESSAY WRITING – DISSERTATION EXAMPLES Abstract CAMHS Emergency/Paediatric Liaison plays a vital role in the mental and physical health of children and adults, and has numerous benefits, both for the practitioners and for the patients. This report presents a systematic review of literature on the effectiveness and roles of CAMHS emergency/paediatric liaison […]

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Mount Everest Disaster: The PRINCE2 Perspective

| April 3, 2017

WRITEPASS – FREE ESSAYS – DISSERTATION EXAMPLES Introduction The Mount Everest Disaster of 1996was one of the greatest expedition failures in the history of climbing. Young, Hailey, and Neame (2010) focused on the leadership failures of the expedition, and found that a situational analysis should have been carried out. However, there were multiple errors in […]

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Study Tour Report to Germany on the Theme Industrial Relations, Labour Productivity and National Development

| February 6, 2017

Historical and theoretical perspectives on industrial relations, labour productivity and national development Industrial relations grew out of the need for workers to join forces and present their grievances to the employers as a unified force.

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Essay about citizenship – Citizenship in São Paulo’s Favelas

| February 6, 2017

Introduction São Paulo is not only the biggest city in Brazil, but is the biggest proper in the Americas and in the southern hemisphere and not to mention, ranking seventh in terms of population in the whole world.

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Security Manager – Working with and leading people

| January 17, 2017

Task 1: Teamwork mini project  The teamwork mini project demonstrates its main target to discuss the role play of a selection day at St Patrick’s College. The conduct of this role play is done by a team of three students. The job title introduced for this selection day is the post of a security manager.

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HR Dissertation – Iconicity and hubris

| January 16, 2017

Abstract This paper outlines the importance of iconicity and hubris in the context of modern architecture. Significant applications of the phenomenon identified as Starchitects and their contribution to developing a new mode of architecture are presented in this study.

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Archimedes’ Autobiobraphy

| January 14, 2017

WRITEPASS – CUSTOM ESSAY WRITING – DISSRTATION EXAMPLES & FREE ESSAYS Abstract The invention of mathematical formulas used in physical and chemical sciences has played a crucial role in technological advancement exhibited in the contemporary society. Many of these inventions were made in the early and the late 1800’s, while some made as early as […]

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Comparison of the Theories of Sigmund Freud and Emile Durkheim on Religion

| January 14, 2017

Abstract This paper examines the works of Sigmund Freud and Emile Durkheim on religion, looking at how both theorists essentially viewed religion as serving an integral role in human culture.

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Health Dissertation ideas – Applied Musculoskeletal Podiatry

| January 13, 2017

Introduction Pathology that causes metatarsalgia Morton’s Neuroma can be described as a perineural fibrosis and nerve compression of the common digital nerve. This condition often occurs in the second and third intermetatarsal spaces, although it can be seen in other intermetatarsal spaces (Pace, Scammell and Dhar, 2010).

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Dissertation Sample – Is it Possible to Reduce the Harm Caused by Human Trafficking?

| January 12, 2017

 Abstract This paper reviews the practice and extent of human trafficking across the globe in order to assess the harm which is inflicted upon victims. This paper utilises case studies and academic research from the USA and Northern Ireland in order to find that regardless of the activity or the experiences of victims, all experiences […]

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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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Discuss individual differences in musical functioning with regard to social and biological influences.

| January 7, 2017

Introduction Deutsch (2012) describes music as an art that entails thinking with sounds. Music is played all over the world in churches, homes, funerals and many other places. It is part of humanity introduced at birth with lullabies and continues throughout the course of life up to death with the funeral march (Hallam, Cross &  […]

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Direct Payment in London

| November 10, 2016

Introduction The UK government in its 2010 adult social care strategy set an ambitious goal of having all council-funded social care service users and carers on personal budgets (preferably ‘direct payments’) by April 2013 (Think Local Act Personal, 2011).

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Holoprosencephaly: its nature and manifestation

| November 7, 2016

WRITEPASS – CUSTOM ESSAY WRITING – HEALTH DISSERTATION TOPICS Abstract An exploration into Holoprosencephaly, the genetic birth defect; we will observe how it presents itself in su erers- the physical and neurological symptoms, we will brie y try to identify the main candidates that can be linked to its etiology and nally taking the SHH […]

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Parliamentary Group On Domestic Violence Essay

| November 7, 2016

Parliamentary group on domestic violence Abstract Democracy is a form of government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised directly by them or by their elected agents. This is ongoing in electronic democracy (e-democracy) and the only innovation is in the platform (in this case: electronic) which is supplied through […]

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Regulation and Management in the Global Community

| October 24, 2016

WRITEPASS – CUSTOM ASSIGNMENT WRITING – DISSERTATION Introduction This paper is composed in order to demonstrate and analyse the management techniques and internationalisation strategies in the context of the global community. This report is prepared for the board of directors in the UK, in order to provide an insight about the potential internationalisation of the […]

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Stephen Lawrence Case – Crime and Disorder Act 1998

Stephen Lawrence Case – Crime and Disorder Act 1998

| October 22, 2016

Crime and Disorder Act 1998 Racism, according to the United Nations is on decline globally. The government participation in advocating and promoting racial equality within the last ten years has substantially contributed to this decline. Despite the emergence of dangerous street gangs in the UK streets, resurfacing of anti-immigrant politics in addition to media engineered […]

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Critique on Constraint-Based Approaches for Balancing Bike-Sharing Systems

| August 22, 2016

Summary: The article, “Constraint-Based Approaches for Balancing Bike-Sharing Systems” by Gaspero, Rendl, & Urli (2013) focuses upon a new business activity taking place in busy cities, known as the bike-sharing system. While cities are crowded and it is often difficult for pedestrians to walk long distances, the bike-sharing system enables people to rent bikes from […]

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