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  • Sustainability from an Economic Perspective

    Sustainability from an economic perspective Introduction In 1987 the World Commission on Environment and Development tried to resolve the problem that lies in contradictions between environment and economical goals; the result was formed in definition of sustainable development: ‘Sustainable development is development which meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs’ (Smith & Rees 1998, p. 15). Since that long time ago 1987, there

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  • A Look from a Broken Perspective

    A Look From A Broken Perspective Destruction of families all across the world is becoming more recognizable to society due to a families falling in on their selves. Everyone can see the realm of their own world cracked in some manner leading to functioning parts of the society slowing to a halt. Either this falling apart of oneself comes on by divorce or some type of dysfunctional family situation. Only the ones who express these faults to the open public are deemed as social problem. This could

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  • Analyzing Human Behavior from a Social Psychological Perspective

    Analyzing Human Behavior from a Social Psychological Perspective Social psychology is the study of human behavior in the social situations. There are many different topics that are studied by social psychologists. They can include different behaviors such as attitudes, aggression, prejudice, pro-social behavior and self-identity. The goal of social psychology is to study the behavior of individuals to learn more about how people form impressions of others, interpret the behavior of others and

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  • Electronic Medical Records from a Business Perspective

    Deborah Bennett 01/22/2013 HCA 240 Instructor Moiz Lalani Electronic Medical Records from a Business Perspective In this paper we shall analyze how Electronic Medical Records (EMR) impacts health care organizations from a business perspective, as well as how it may impact profit organizations (versus non-profit organizations) differently. In addition we shall discuss perspectives and responsibilities of the financial management staff, and the basic rules and regulations involved with

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  • Copied from Mr. K!!!

    studying and with printed materials that are to be use in facilitatingstudy. Liu (2005) and Ramirez (2003) report that students print material fromthe Internet in order to study and read later on. Igun (2005) also found thatNigerians study from materials downloaded from the Internet.Reading is an attempt to absorb the thought of the author andknow what the author is conveying (Leedy 1956). Studying is theinterpretation of reading materials. Study habits and skills are particularlyimportant for college

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  • Discussion - Achievements in Healthcare from Patient and Provider Perspective

    Recieved - "A" The U.S. health care system has undergone many changes in its history. Complete the following for this Discussion Board: What do you feel is the greatest achievement that the health care industry has made from both the patient and provider perspectives? Why? Be sure to provide a properly referenced rationale for both of your choices. To get an idea on what to discuss, while on break at work, I asked 11 random individuals what they believed the greatest achievement in

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  • Discussion - Quality Care from Provider and Patient Perspective

    quality of care from the provider and patient perspectives? Why do you feel that quality can be viewed as a strength and a weakness of the U.S. health care system? Be sure to provide at least 2 reasons for this, and use properly cited references in your answer. Quality of care is basically when the right care is conducted at the right time, at a reasonable time to a specific person. Defining quality of care is much more difficult to identify from a patient’s perspective than that of

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  • The Crusades from an Islamic Perspective

    was in Christian hands, and remained so until 1187, when it was liberated by Slah al-Din. From then on, European power in the region was very limited, although Frederick II of Sicily briefly conquered Jerusalem again in 1228. The fall of Acre in 1291 marked the end of the European presence in the region. All in all, it was the western Christian that states failed to counter the ultimate rise of Muslim power as-well-as “liberating” any holy lands. It was a war that a man fought another man for the

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  • On-Chip Networks from a Networking Perspective: Congestion and Scalability in Many-Core Interconnects

    On-Chip Networks from a Networking Perspective: Congestion and Scalability in Many-Core Interconnects George Nychis†, Chris Fallin†, Thomas Moscibroda§, Onur Mutlu†, Srinivasan Seshan† † Carnegie Mellon University {gnychis,cfallin,onur,srini}@cmu.edu moscitho@microsoft.com § Microsoft Research Asia ABSTRACT In this paper, we present network-on-chip (NoC) design and contrast it to traditional network design, highlighting similarities and differences between the two. As an initial case

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  • Sony Reels from Multiple Hacker Attacks

    Introduction The case that is discussed in this paper is Sony Reels from Multiple Hacker Attacks. The paper will touch different points regarding this case. One of the interest points refers to the Sony PSN debacle and the costs of the incident. Another interest point refers to gaming and virtual services over the Internet, such as WOW, SL, and Sony PSN. The paper also focuses on catching hackers and sentencing them (whether or not they should be). Another point of the paper is to discuss whether

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  • Standard‑Setting from a Competition Law Perspective of Dell

    Competition Policy Newsletter Standard‑setting from a competition law perspective by Ruben Schellingerhout (1) FeAtured ArtICle Competition rules to ensure that the benefits of standards materialise Competition regulators pay attention to standard setting because legally a standard constitutes an agreement between companies. However, the Com‑ mission has always taken the view that there are also clear benefits associated with standard‑setting. As early as 1992 the Commission outlined this gen‑

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  • Discuss the Concept of Power in International Relations from a Realist Perspective

    explains the power struggle among states in the international system very well. From the realist point of view, the rule in this system is cruel, or we should say there is no rule in the operation of international relations because the only thing can be relied on is nations’ own power. Power is an important issue in realism. As Thucydides put it thousands years ago, “The strong do what they can and the weak suffer what they must”. The power they discuss here is not absolute power but relative power. It’s

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  • An Analysis of English Pragmatic Failure from the Perspective of Culture

    [pic] Undergraduate Thesis An analysis of English pragmatic failure from the perspective of culture Luo Qing Supervisor: Prof. Gan Chengying Major:English Student Number:20065805 School of Foreign Languages and Cultures Southwest University of Science and Technology June, 2010 [pic] 本科生毕业论文 从文化角度分析英语语用失误 罗情 指导教师:甘成英 专业名称:英语语言文学 学 号:20065805

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  • Kermit and the Keyboard from a Cognitivist Perspective

    Kermit and the Keyboard from a Cognitivist Perspective Laurie B. Conaway American InterContinental University Abstract Three different cognitivist approaches to the story Kermit and the Keyboard are presented in Driscoll’s Psychology of Learning for Instruction (2005). Cognitive Information Processing, Piagetian Theory, and Interactional Theories of Cognitive Development are the three perspectives given on how Kermit learns to play the keyboard. These theories have similarities

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  • “the Messiahship of Jesus from Nicodemus’ Perspective; According to John”

    LIBERTY BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY “The Messiahship of Jesus from Nicodemus’ perspective, according to John” A RESEARCH PAPER SUBMITTED TO Dr. Joseph Pak IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT FOR THE COURSE NBST 615 JOHN BY P. A. STACHELEK October 6, 2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS: THESIS STATEMENT:…………………………………………………………………………..1 INTRODUCTION:………………………………………………………………………………..1 BODY:……………………………………………………………………………………………..2

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  • The View from Mrs. Thompson

    you're two dunes back from it. Mr. N--'s flag's halyard has metal elements that dank loudly against the pole when it's windy, which is something else the other neighbors don't care for. His driveway and mine are almost side by side, and he's out here on a stepladder polishing his pole with some kind of ointment and a chamois cloth -- I shit you not -- and in fairness it's true that his metal pole does shine like God's own wrath. "Hell of a nice flag and display apparatus, Mr. N--." "Ought to be

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  • Organisational Theory Multiple Perspective Approach

    statement from the perspective of a critical theorist (Green 2004) and if left unchallenged this statement would prove absolute. However, using a modernist perspective it can be argued that understanding would lead to quantification (Hatch, 2006) that could in turn, lead to greater efficiency. Solely from referencing the two theories above and the 2 ways of looking at a single statement we can ascertain that a combination of perspectives gives us a greater understanding than a single perspective. This

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  • Anorexia from a Boyfriend's Perspective

    [Subject Title] [Date] Anorexia from a boyfriend perspective Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by less weight than considered healthy for one’s height and age; excessive dieting, excessive exercise or use of other means to avoid weight gain; and the resultant distorted body image. Literally, it means to lose appetite for nervous reasons. It entails an obsession with being thin (Beat 5). Even people who are underweight can suffer from this disorder. It may also lead to death

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  • The Ford Pinto Case from a Utilitarian and Deontological Perspective

    Bedrijfsethiek Opdracht 2 The Ford Pinto Case From a Utilitarian perspective In utilitarianism, the merit or demerit of an action is entirely determined by the effect it has on everyone affected by the action. An action is deemed morally right if it leads to the greatest possible happiness for the greatest number of people. The motivation behind a choice is never considered in utilitarian theory. For reasons of verifiability, it only ever looks at the consequences of what you’ve done.

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  • Studying Psychology from More Than One Perspective

    gained from studying a topic in psychology from more than one perspective. Psychology is a subject which is based on theory and uses various scientific methods to both collect and analyse data. There are many different psychological perspectives adopted by psychologists who take different viewpoints from each other, even though the topic they are interested in is the same. This essay aims to address the question that there is a lot to be gained from studying a topic in psychology from more

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  • Analysis from Society's Perspective

    Analysis from Society’s Perspective Society can be defined through many different factors. The simplest of all is the general, dictionary definition that states: ‘People in general living together in organized communities, with laws and traditions controlling the way that they behave towards one another.’ (Macmillan Dictionary, 2014) The crucial parts in this definition are the’ laws and traditions’ that control the society. We can easily interpret these as Government and Culture in contemporary

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  • Life from the Perspective of the Lonely

    Life from the perspective of the lonely Every one i life has experiences that define who thy are and the why they act this is what character sizes them and their behavior and if every ones past would be revealed explained we all will have better understanding of each other but heres my story Earlier on in my about life, i had often found my self in the awful dilemma of wether to inconveniencing myself to help a friend or put myself first. After lots of experience living the door mat lifestyle and

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  • Cold Calling and Its Perspective from Employees

    INDUSTRIAL INTERNSHIP REPORT ON “STUDY ON COLD CALLING WITH FOCUS ON EMPLOYEE PERSPECTIVE” A summer training project report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement of Post-Graduation Diploma in Management SUBMITTED BY: N. Sneha Priya Roll No. 2T333 SUPERVISED BY: Dr. A. Bhavani Professor - Social Sciences SIVA SIVANI INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT SECUNDERABAD-500100 2013-2015 COLLEGE CERTIFICATE COMPANY CERTIFICATE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I would take this

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  • Is Abortion Moral? (from a Biblical Christian Perspective)

    Is Abortion Moral? (From a Biblical Christian Perspective) Name of Author College Abortion refers to the removal of the pregnancy tissues, which includes the fetus and the placenta from a pregnant woman's womb. The other terms that are similar are termination of pregnancy or elective abortion among others. There have been several arguments on whether abortion is morally right or not. The argument follows the opinions generated from the religious followers who are mostly against abortion. Child

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  • Is Abortion Moral? (from a Biblical Christian Perspective)

    Is Abortion Moral? (From a Biblical Christian Perspective) Name of Author College Abortion refers to the removal of the pregnancy tissues, which includes the fetus and the placenta from a pregnant woman's womb. The other terms that are similar are termination of pregnancy or elective abortion among others. There have been several arguments on whether abortion is morally right or not. The argument follows the opinions generated from the religious followers who are mostly against abortion. Child

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  • Severe Depression from the Clinical Psychological Perspective

    1 Severe Depression from the Clinical Psychological Perspective Michelle Brummet Introduction to Applied Behavioral Sciences 200 Instructor Jeannine Jones October 6, 2014 \ 2 ` Severe Depression from the Clinical Psychological Perspective Let’s first define what psychology

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  • Debunking Gun Control from a Christian Perspective

    Abstract This paper critically analyzes gun rights in the United States and the economics of gun centralization. The phrase, “gun rights” refers to the second amendment in which it states that the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. The term, “gun centralization” is what is most commonly referred to as “gun control,” which is refusing citizens the right to keep certain or all firearms and keeping them solely in the hands of government. There are many different points

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  • Swing from a Different Perspective

    development of American identity; not only through recognition of social inequalities, but furthering the development of a musical identity that still influences the modern sounds of our ever-changing culture. Why Swing Swung What separates you from others can appropriately be deemed as a series of conflict’s, conflict is critical to the development of identity; without conflict the unconscious perception of us, them, we or they would not exist. Humans being naturally prone to argument create

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  • On Translation of English Names from Cultural Perspective

    On Translation of English Names from Cultural Perspective Abstract Chinese transliteration of people's English names not only concerns the accuracy of sound between the source and target languages,but also has much to do with the cultural specificity and the characteristics of the respective languages .Name is the most common language Phenomenon which exists in our society. As the communication between the countries all around the word become more and more closely, this paper have being

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  • On Translation of English Names from Cultural Perspective

    On Translation of English Names from Cultural Perspective Abstract Chinese transliteration of people's English names not only concerns the accuracy of sound between the source and target languages,but also has much to do with the cultural specificity and the characteristics of the respective languages .Name is the most common language Phenomenon which exists in our society. As the communication between the countries all around the word become more and more closely, this paper have being

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  • Palestinian-Israeli Conflict from the Perspective of Palestinian Filmmakers

    Palestinian-Israeli Conflict from the Perspective of Palestinian Filmmaker Name Institution Palestinian-Israeli Conflict from the Perspective of Palestinian Filmmaker The Palestinian movie industry has significantly grown in the resent past despite the challenge they face with majority of the movies coming from different sources of film production. There lack adequate equipments that are used to produce the movies, and this poses a great challenge to the industry. Lack of funds to finance the

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  • Palestinian-Israeli Conflict from the Perspective of Palestinian Filmmaker

    Palestinian-Israeli Conflict from the Perspective of Palestinian Filmmaker Name Institution Palestinian-Israeli Conflict from the Perspective of Palestinian Filmmaker The Palestinian movie industry has significantly grown in the resent past despite the challenge they face with majority of the movies coming from different sources of film production. There lack adequate equipments that are used to produce the movies, and this poses a great challenge to the industry. Lack of funds to finance

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  • Quality Care from Provider and Patient Perspective

    Discussion - Quality Care from Provider and Patient Perspective Grade Recieved - "A" Quality of care has always been a concern in the U.S. health care system. Although great strides have been made to improve the quality of care delivered, many critics still believe that the United States has a long way to go before truly delivering uniform quality care. How would you define quality of care from the provider and patient perspectives? Why do you feel that quality can be viewed as a strength

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  • Concept of Care from a Nursing Perspective

    Concept of Care from a Nursing Perspective Student’s Name Institution’s Name Concept of Care from a Nursing Perspective Care is a universal concept that applies primarily to health. From time immemorial, women have been considered as the primary caregivers in family units. Women always have been responsible for the well-being of the family and the community. If a member of the family or the community fell ill, the women were the only ones tasked with the

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  • Analysis of “Chinese Partner”from Sociology Perspective

    Analysis of “Chinese Partner”from Sociology perspective The movie “Chinese Partner” tells a story about the process of three young men get together to entrepreneurs. After watching “Chinese Partner”, I observed four main sociological theories which are related to the movie. First, it is the deviance behaviors. Secondly, it is the socialization. Then comes the stratification and the last is school education. Deviance Cheng Dongqing chose to be a home tutor apart from being an English teacher in

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  • Accountability from the Perspective of Governence

    Journal of Politics and Law Vol. 2, No. 3 Accountability from the Perspective of Malaysian Governance Ahmad Faiz Yaakob Faculty of Administrative Science and Policy Studies Universiti Teknologi MARA Terengganu, 23000 Dungun, Terengganu Tel: 60-12-222-7659 E-mail: faiziiu@yahoo.com Nadhrah A. Kadir Faculty of Administrative Science and Policy Studies Universiti Teknologi MARA Terengganu, 23000 Dungun, Terengganu Tel: 60-12-250-4302 E-mail: nadhr292@tganu.uitm.edu.my Kamaruzaman

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  • Aboortion from a Christian Perspective

    Robin Cypress CWV 101 April 26, 2015 Professor Bob Greene Abortion – From A Christian’s Perspective The ability to bring a life into the world after having carried and nurtured it in your womb for a woman is considered a gift and blessing to most, however there are times when the decision to bring a life into the world is clouded by another issue such as rape or fetal abnormalities at which point it becomes an ethical dilemma as to whether to bring that life into the world or to end

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  • What Is Sin from a Wesleyan Perspective

    What is sin from a Wesleyan perspective What is sin from a Wesleyan perspective so far from sermon 3 Original Sin page 5 Wesley is talking about how when we are born into this world we are born we are born a rank idolater. Which translates into “We worship ourselves, when we pay that honour to ourselves which is due to God only. Therefore all pride is idolatry; it is ascribing to ourselves what is due to God alone. And although pride was not made for man, yet where is the man that is born

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  • Solar Power for Japan from Morocco

    land space to set up solar energy plants. Solar power stations, or solar farms, are large scale photovoltaic and concentrated solar power systems. Photovoltaic systems use a different technology than concentrated solar power systems, so the two are not to be confused, however, some solar farms are known to use a combination of both technologies. The difference is photovoltaic converts light directly to electricity, whereas concentrated solar power systems use heat to drive conventional generator

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  • Mr. Usman from Nigeria

    or two parameters like per capita income or Human Development Index (HDI), the scope of NAPEP is too broad and this in part has resulted to its failure, politicization of public programmes should be discouraged so that the real poor could benefit from these programmes; government and relevant stakeholders should ensure proper funding, monitoring and shun all manner of corruption. All these will go a long way to further enhance the crusade against poverty in Nigeria especially in Ebonyi State.

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  • My Personality from Three Perspectives

    Individual Assignment: My personality from Three Perspectives Individual Assignment: My personality from Three Perspectives It seems the most fascinating question of all among life’s big questions would be: “Who am I?” This question, recently, has been becoming one of the most topic that people keep talking about. “Be yourself”, “Understand yourself and you will understand others”, “What others think about you is not important as what you think about yourself”… they are some of the most popular

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  • Examining the Use of Automated Calling from a Christian Perspective.

    Use of Automated Calling From a Christian Perspective. Emma Tucker Liberty University September, 2015 The use of automated calling telephone technology from a Christian perspective means that the technology should be used with good ethical behavior of biblical principles of integrity, accountability and honesty. The religious consequences of technology use, is of great concerns to me because it can relate to the development of my faith, and belief in God’s power, which influence me to

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  • Analysis of 1960s Gendered Media Norms from the Perspective of the 1960s and 2000s

    Running Head: Analysis of 1960s gendered media norms from the perspective of the 1960s and 2000s Analysis of 1960s gendered media norms from the perspective of the 1960s and 2000s Univers Communications 30 Gendered film norms from the 1960s and 2000s: An Introduction From its most primitive years, popular films have discussed the part of gendered norms both on screen and as viewers. Actually, emphasizing its significance to different account and standard patterns, violence against women

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  • The Phenomenon of Street Children in Mumbai from Sociological Perspective

    population in 2010 by 66 million (UNICEF 3). However, India has the world’s largest children population, not all Indians children have the same opportunity to grow up healthy, educated, and able to fulfil their desires and potential as other children from other nations around the world. Forty percent of children in India are vulnerable to experience difficulties (Actionaid India, 9). Extreme poverty, social stratification, lack of education, and child labor have had devastating consequences on India’s

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  • Iran Nuclear Deal: Analysis from a Negotiations Perspective

    China and Germany), reached a final agreement on July 14, 2015 in Vienna after many rounds of negotiations. The deal is meant to curb Iran's nuclear program, which has been a prolonged international safety concern, in return for incremental relief from the UN sanctions that have economically isolated Iran for years. The JCPOA requires that Iran cut its stock of enriched uranium by 98%, enrich uranium up to only 3.67%, and eliminate 2/3 of its current centrifuges. Iran cannot build new uranium-enrichment

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  • Severe Depression from a Clinical Psychological Perspective

    PLAN OF CARE V. BIBLICAL FOUNDATIONS FOR INTERVENTION VI. FINAL OBSERVATIONS Robert Baral**COUNSELING**case study – Depression**4/02/2004 AD**page 3 I. PRESENTATION OF THE PATIENT We are presented with an elderly woman with a history of long term Multiple Sclerosis, married 40 years, presenting with severe depression and suicidal gestures. The patient agreed to therapy on the advice of 1 of her 3 sons for the complaint of “difficulty relating to her husband.” The patient raised her 3 now adult sons

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  • E-Governance: E-Services from Citizens Perspective

    e-governance: e-Services from Citizens Perspective | Problem Statement Bangladesh is a small developing country with millions of people living under poverty. There is a scarcity of resources with high demand of services in the public sector. So, there is no alternative than to find more cost-effective ways to ensure these service deliveries. The digital (or e-) revolution holds the potential to increase the quality of citizen services and increase accountability, transparency and efficiency

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  • Conflict from a Psychological Perspective, and Her Place at the Table

    “Conflict from a Psychological Perspective, and Her place at the table” based on Hall, L. (Ed.). (1993). Negotiation: strategy for mutual gain. USA: SAGE Publications, Inc. The author is discussing feminist theories and development of social organization with women at the helm of mediation process. Kolb suggests that women are “often treated as variant, typically an inferior variant” (Hall, 1993, p. 138). The author laments that “women are often hushed in formal negotiations” and she offers three

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  • Understading Christian Faith from the Biblical Perspective

    Christian Faith from the Biblical Perspective The definition of faith is defined in the Bible as “faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen” (BibleGateway, Hebrews 11:1). In other words, faith believes that something will take place or manifest before it actually does. Faith is not based on whether God believes it or not but if the believer does. Faith is a process. Each believer’s faith level is different. “For therein is the righteousness of God revealed from faith to

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  • Shift of Economic Power from West to East

    Earlier • The West dominated from the 1500s till the late 1970s; big story of almost 500years. • In 1978, the average american almost 20 times as rich as an avg Chinese. • 4/5ths of the worlds GDP was controlled by western empires. • In 1913, a year before the outbreak of World War I, Europe was slightly more populated than China. With hindsight, change in Asian fortune can be traced to 1976, the year of America’s bicentennial and the death of Mao Zedong. By then income per person in

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