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extending auditorsÐŽÂ¦ liability to third-party financial statement users. Discuss the benefits and costs of such a policy to public accounting firms, audit clients, and third-party financial statement users, such as investors and creditors. In your view, should the courts have the authority to socialize investment losses? If not, who should determine how investment losses are distributed in our society?
The word "socialize" is used to suggest a socialist society in which profits and losses are shared by and distributed to the general public by the central government through taxation, legistration, social welfare, or some other legal means. In contrast, the capitalist society is rewarded to
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older this age group will be in school now therefore they will be able to speak in sentences as they can speak fluent language, children will be able to transfer information and think for themselves. Children will be able to use their childhood imagination and develop their skills as most children will be learning to write sentences and work on hand writing skills.
Social, emotional and behavioural development
At this age children will begin to form friendships with people at school, and will become more aware of what people around them are saying. Socially children will begin to hang round in groups with their friends however this can become emotional of a child if they feel their friend
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1. JOB EVALUATION
Job Evaluation is the process of systematically determining the relative worth of jobs to create a
job structure for the organization. The evaluation is based on a combination of job content,
skills required, value to the organization, organizational culture, and the external market. This
potential to blend organizational forces and external market forces is both a strength and a
challenge of job evaluation.
2. TYPES OF JOB EVALUATION
Job-based employee performance evaluations focus on the duties of the position and the tasks
required to perform them successfully. This is a standard type of evaluation you can use for all
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and generally we have noticed that voices and smells from a Starbucks really made the atmosphere more comfortable, so we recommend installing a Starbucks in every outlet.
2. Remove discount section/put discounted books at random - putting books in the discount section cheapens them, we recommend just putting discounted book at random through the store.
Psychological push factors:
Taking a break : people want to break from work or personal life
Feeling lonely or need for belonging : buying or reading a book is a social event. Perhaps some just want to be around other people when they do these activities.
Need to be occupied : sometimes people have some free time before an event or are
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-life balance of employees will be an influential input in designing appropriate policies for employees to address work –life balance issues. Work-life balance initiatives designed to help employees balance their work and personal lives are not only an option, but also a necessity for many employers today.
Achieving the Balanced Life
Major problems as identified by Freedman and Greenhaus are the lack of emotional intelligence and role participation. Hence problems do not arise only due to differences in values, social relationships and work family requirements (Shankar & Bhatnagar, 2010).
Many organizations now strongly believe on the evidences on employees' emotions
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Office furniture industry is constantly in a state of flux 2002 March (cc) image by jantik on Flickr Equa Chair Established in 1905
Began as Star Furniture Company in Michigan
Only manufactured bedroom suites until 1942
Today it is a $1.3 billion global company
Expanded internationally in the 1950's
In the 1960's created the Action Office System
In 1970 became a publicly traded company
In the 1980's the Equa chair was named design of the decade
1994 Herman Miller Home was launched
9/11 caused 38% of the company to be laid off Background Continued Voted Fortune's 100 best companies to work for Social Contract Introduced Employee transparency and inclusiveness Strive to create a better
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billionaires made in a few years after launching a Microsoft, Google, E-Bay or FaceBook, placing more focus on the conceptualization on the next big idea than building a strong resume with increasing responsibility.
However, it is not just the American work ethic that has changed. Business has changed too. My mother and father believe that working 20-plus years into a company would ensure a comfortable retirement through a company sponsored pensions. Company sponsored plans have all but disappeared as did employee’s long-term dedication to one company. Social Security is also in jeopardy of evaporating.
The next generation of American workers are nervous about the future and is looking to move
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understanding on male and female roles. This paper talks about the gender hiring preferences in business organizations across different countries as of today. Accordingly, gender stratification happens when there is assortment of social positions, access to authority, reputation and possessions as based on sex roles. Greater number of countries reveals disaggregated unemployment facts having a large female percentage. This resulted to differential access when men during the past are more employed and paid higher on different workplaces than women do. As seen through different business organizations, women’s access to labor force has been becoming greater in size within the past three decades in
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chapter, when working on a Microsoft Word document, why is it important to save your work often? Explain your answer using the two terms primary storage and secondary storage.
Because data is temporarily stored in RAM or primary storage, which is volatile. If the power is lost, all data in primary storage is lost. In order to secure the data, it must be copied from primary storage to secondary storage, such as a hard drive or floppy disk, which is nonvolatile or permanent storage.
3. Most buses are 16, 32, 64, or 128 bits wide. Why do you think these bus widths are multiples of eight?
Because everything in a computer is stored and processed in binary, and 1 byte equals 8 bits
4. You purchase
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especially from OFQUAL, and opposition from Liberal Democrats in the coalition. Teaching unions were intense in their opposition, saying they were never convinced the GCSE needed to be scrapped. They warned that the approach could harm the prospects of less able students who were less likely to attain the grades.
5. What does the head of Ofsted, Michael Wilshaw, think about: Schools, Parents and Teachers? Wilshaw states that teachers must work extra hours for a pay rise and that moaning about their salaries were no excuse, they just have to get on with their jobs. Apparently there is no stress in the teaching profession. They must work hard and provide the best for children
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Static Electricity |
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Jacque Lazarus |
Static electricity is the imbalance of positive and negative charge. It’s referred to as the build-up of electric charge on the surface of objects. Those objects keep a static charge until they find a way to be released or until neutralized by a discharge. Static electricity is either current or dynamic electricity, which can be delivered through wires as a power source. It is caused by a process called triboelectrification which is explained through and atomic structure. All material objects are composed of atoms. Atoms have center’ the nucleus contains
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Cirque Du Soleil
• The importance of technology to a circus.
• Discuss how external environment affects technological issues.
• Explain how a business responds to the changing needs of its customers through systems.
This video discusses the business component of managing a very unique and successful circus. Topics covered include Cirque du Soleil’s mission, competitive advantage, relationships with stakeholders, and the importance of technology to its productions.
Although many of its attendees may not think of it in this light, the circus is a for-profit organization Therefore, it must
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WORK AND POWER
WORK (W) – is the PRODUCT of the net FORCE (F) applied and the DISTANCE (d) it travels in the direction of
Force. In equation WORK = force x distance , (W = Fd)
POWER (P) – is the RATE (t) of the doing WORK (W). The FASTER the WORK is done, the GREATER the POWER.
Power (P) = WORK (W) / time (t)
* Amount of power does not show the amount of work done. It just gives the time that work requires.
WATTS - unit for power. 1 watt – 1 J/s.
WORK (W) – is the PRODUCT of the net FORCE (F) applied and the DISTANCE (d) it travels in the direction of
Force. In equation WORK
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Date of Incorporation: 1965
Franchising Since: 1974
Headquarters: Miami Springs, Florida
Business Description: Subway Restaurants sell foot-long and numerous other kinds of healthy sandwiches, salads, etc. in its franchise.
Franchise Offer: Subway offers highly qualified purchasers the right to operate and establish from a single location, a franchise selling specialty sandwiches, salads and other healthy edibles.
Term of Agreement and Renewal
The length of the franchise term will be 20 years and as per the contract, Subway has all the rights to refuse the renewal in case the franchisee does not generate profits of fulfil compliance.
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Associate Level Material
Review the following two case studies. Each patient is being referred to a specialist for further evaluation of a nervous system disorder. Outline characteristics of the disease each patient is suffering from by answering the questions associated with each case study. Answer in your own words.
Case Study 1
|Name |Myelin S. Heath |
|Patient # |12312312 |DOB: |03/05/1986 |
|Physician |Dr. Delgadillo |Date: |02/16/20XX |
Interoffice Referral Form
Ray D. Ology, M.D.
A Doctor’s Office, North Campus
1515 N. Medical Plaza #151
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Scope of Work |
PCI Redactor |
The Pi PCI redactor. A program that will erase all PCI information from your imaging system. |
I chose to do a project using software development, to create software applications that utilize computer robots to mask sensitive PCI information from images stored in a business imageing system.
All over the country companies are accepting the newly adapted electronical payment method, such as Credit Cards and EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer). Usually, their clients complete a credit card form or EFT form, which then contains their personal, sensitive information. The company will store this information in their imaging system, if
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When a contract is formed the declarations made between the two parties involved can be seen as either terms of the contract or mere representations, it is quite essential for the parties to be able to distinguish the difference between the two as it is criticall for both parties to know what course of action to take if such a term or representation is breached. In order to distinguish wheteher a declaration is a term or a mere representation the courts will analyse four factors, the parole evidence rule, relative expertie of the parties, importance of the declaration and the time that has passed form the declaration to the signing of the contract (e-lawresources). This paper will supremely
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|ITA135: Networking 2 |Lab |
|Router Lab 1 | |
Name __Will Bolin_____
1. Plan the IP addressing for the lab. You will need to identify two different /24 networks to use and one /30 network. You may use any address ranges. (12 points)
|Mask |Network Address |First Usable IP |Last Usable IP |Broadcast Address |# Usable Hosts |
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What are the interpersonal skills which support effective team working?
1. Firstly, an interpersonal skill which supports effective team work is to listening skills. It is important that all team members in the group listen to what everyone has to say and contribute to their ideas.
Another interpersonal skill which supports effective team work is effective communication. It is important that everyone in the group can communicate with a wide range of different people and so no misunderstanding or mistakes are being made in order to achieve a common goal and too able to put forward ideas.
Finally, another interpersonal skill which supports effective team work is
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than one recoverable loss within past 3 years.
c. Deductible of 10% loss but minimum 5 lac EE irrespective of perils.
d. All project above 5 core Sums insured to be surveyed.
* Damage to the property caused by faulty or defective design materials or work man ship, inherent vice, latent defect etc.
* Collapse or cracking of building
* Corrosion rust extremes or changes in temperature,
* Acts of fraud or dishonesty
* Mechanical or electrical break down or derangement of machinery or equipment.
* Bursting, overflowing, discharging or water tans apparatus or pipes when the premises are empty or disused.
* Any willful act or willful negligence on
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Monarch- Rules get made by the elected body which is the prime minister. The monarch of UK is Queen Elizabeth II who is the final person to approve of all these laws. The Monarch other roles include visiting new public buildings like a garden park or a new school.
House of commons- Has MP’s who represent their own party. Each MP would represent their own geographical area which is called a constituency. The main role of the House of Commons is creating laws which will play a big part in our life and the public services. It also study’s all the laws which the European parliament sets in order to see the benefits and negatives of the law for the individuals and the public
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1. Summarize the benefits of using automated software tools to manage staff access to Internet content and e-mail. (10 marks)
In today’s information age, using Internet at the workplace is essential for business. Having said this, statistics show that a majority of employees use the organisational resources for doing personal work such as social networking, email, online shopping, etc. Also a number of employees engage in activities that might cause problems for the organisation financially and legally. As a result more and more organisations have opted for automated software tools to manage staff access to Internet and e-mail. The advantages of such software tools are many, some of
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Doing teamwork is never easy. Different people of various backgrounds come together, frictions are inevitable and conflicts are bound to happen. In the upcoming surveying studio sessions, we are going to work as a team, either to hold a discussion or to do a group work. Before we get started, just like doing any thing else, we have to have a direction. Therefore, we came up with this report. It presents the possible problems that we may encounter in our future groupwork, and we will also provide solutions to each respective problem.
In the followings, the problems identified are categorized into three main parts, namely discussion, working after meeting and general
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COLLABORATIVE WORK SKILLS: RUBRIC FOR GROUP WORK
Name of Group Member Evaluated: ____________________
|CATEGORY |SCORE OF 4 |SCORE OF 3 |SCORE 0F 2 |SCORE OF 1 |
|Contributions |Routinely provides useful ideas when |Usually provides useful ideas when |Sometimes provides useful ideas when |Rarely provides useful ideas when |
| |participating in the group an in classroom|participating in the group and in |participating in
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putting into practice the hours spent schooling on the flat and pole work. They should all start to come into play now. The next step is to tackle a course of small fences.
Your confidence here is vital, if you are not fully in control and committed to jumping you will be sending mixed signals to your horse and he will not do what you are trying to ask him to do.
It is only when you are sure in your own mind and your horse is ready that it is time to tackle a course.
Jumping a few small courses at home is a must if you plan to take your horse to a competition, not only because you are getting him used to it but also that you are not surrounded by the
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This project is for designing, installing, and configuring a hierchical star computer data network for Retail/Wholesale Sales which will be used to provide data communication within the company and for facilitating online customer orders through an off-site web hosting service provider. The customer is looking to network a total of seventy-six (76) desktop computers on the wired LAN and five (5) laptops wirelessly. The breakdown of the actual LAN drops on each of the three (3) floors of the company is as follows;
• Fifteen (15) on the basement
• Thirteen (13) on the first floor
• Forty-eight (48) on the second floor
The project will
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Due on Monday 10:00 am ( I would prefer this by tonight 10pm)
Discussion question # 1: not an Essay - a couple paragraphs discussing the following.
The Cold War ran from the end of World War II in 1945 to the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. That is a lot of history, and a great many events occurred in the world during those 44 years. One of them, but only one of them, is the proxy war that we call the Vietnam War.
There was always a danger that a rather low-level proxy war could escalate and even rise to the level of nuclear confrontation and war. The dangers were perceived as great – that the Cold War could get hot and out of control.
To start, what other events of the
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Project Part 2
Work/life balance is an ongoing conflict between employers and employees, and one that does not have clearly defined lines. In order for both the employer and the employee to achieve an appropriate work/life balance, there has to be both give and take. It is just as much the employer’s responsibility as it is the employee’s responsibility. In order for there to be a solution that satisfies all parties, there must be open and effective communication on both sides. Both sides must also have a clear goal of what they want from one another. Especially in an employer situation, you must understand that it is not you against the employer, but rather to view you and the employer
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University of Phoenix Material
Effective Study Habits Worksheet
Review Phoenix Career Plan results of Career Plan Building Activity: Work Culture Preference, respond to the following in 50 to 100 words each:
1. Describe your ideal study environment.
My ideal study environment is a quiet room maybe some music going and not to be interrupted while doing my school work. A place to work with a nice computer desk for my school work zone with a dead bolt on the door so I really don’t have to be bothered while doing my studying.
2. List some of the distractions that might hinder your study progress or your performance in an online classroom.
The two biggest things that
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Decision- Making In the Workplace
October 14, 2012
In this paper it discusses how a group of nursing home administrators and an infection control officer has to come together and chose and try to make decisions together and try to bring down the infection rate in the nursing home. Nursing home administrators may have patient care or services duties. Some are involved in teaching, research, or other professional activities. These are the duties of nursing home administrators in which they all work together to come up with a decision and how they care for patients in the
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Communication and Collaboration Strategies for Group Work
When working with a group, it is important to utilize strategies that will allow one to communicate effectively with individuals who have different learning styles and personality types. Different personality types do have individual learning styles, so how one communicates with each person will differ.
A person who has a verbal/linguistic learning style communicates through language, i.e. listening, reading, writing and speaking. I would communicate with this type of person through presentations, emails, text messaging, and talking on the phone. Someone who learns in this way excels when he/she is actively participating in group
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Dr Thomas Mensah Profile:
Date of Birth
Photo None Dr. Thomas Mensah, a world renowned inventor with 7 US and worldwide patents in Fiber Optics over a period of six years, was born in 1950 in Kumasi, Ghana.
He won the French Government Fellowship in 1974 to do graduate studies in Chemical Engineering at Montpelier University France, after receiving his undegraduate degree in the same field from UST Kumasi ( 1970-74). Prior to his undergraduate work, Dr. Mensah attended Wesley College practice school, Kumasi and Adisadel college Cape Coast. Dr. Mensah who is fluent in French won the
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Q.1 How does change affect people at work?
Managing Change : Change is Charming Embrace it !
A change means any process involving a difference in some feature of an organization at two points in time.
Change is a fact of life for any organization. It is unavoidable that all organizations need to change their practice time to time as per requirement to remain in competitive market. In current scenario the organization who have made the changes as per current requirement are succeed in the market. Change can be either planned or emergent.
In planned change there is a sequence of steps but in emergent change is not simply chaotic change. It takes place in incremental and gradual ways on an
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Associate Level Material
Communication Styles Worksheet
You spent the past few days exploring the resources available to students at University of Phoenix, and you want to share what you learned with a friend who is interested in enrolling.
Write a 150- to 200-word e-mail to your friend summarizing the resources available to students.
The University has many useful resources available. My favorite is the Center for Mathematics Excellence. I love math so I stay on that useful link. You also have the Center for Writing Excellence and Online Math Coaching. The online you actually get to communicate with someone. Academic Representative and instructor are more than
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about Deva’s approach to scheduling the move and estimating the costs?
3. If you were Deva’s manager, would you consider her plan comprehensive?
4. How would you prepare a plan for the move and what would your plan include?
5. Working at a normal rate, in how many days can the job be completed? What should the bid be on this basis if Petersen attempted to obtain a profit of 10 percent before federal income taxes?
6. What is the shortest possible time in which the bid can be completed? What should the bid be on this basis if Petersen attempted to obtain a profit of 10 percent before federal income taxes?
7. If the job is obtained and the work is to be completed working
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A SilkRoad TalentTalk Report
SOCIAL MEDIA & WORKPLACE COLLABORATION
2012 Latest Practices, Key Findings, Hottest Topics
TABLE OF CONTENTS
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 Executive Summary Methodology and Respondent Profile Corporate Approaches to Social Media Access Why Do Employees Use Social Media at Work? “Socializing” with Customers Twitter and Facebook Prevail: Corporate Social Networks Lag Mobile Devices: Personal Use of Social Media at Work Social Media Policy in the Workplace Do Employers Ask Workers for Personal Social Passwords? Email: The Most Popular Way to Share Information The Expanding Job Description and Capturing Employee Expertise In Conclusion
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Social networking anxieties and insecurities
1. In which social networks people are more habituated today?
2. How the social networks are affecting individual life?
3. What are the popular uses of the social networks?
4. What is the main purpose of the social networks?
5. Can a social network be an alternative of personal interaction with others?
6. What is more preferable to people, the real life or the virtual life?
Our today’s life has become very busy with various works. People of all ages are busy with their respective work. The progress in information technology is tremendous. And one of the most important output of this
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Comparison and Analysis of Social Justice in the United States and India
Jessica M. Alstad
All correspondence pertaining to this work should be directed to: Jessica Alstad, 4305 Grayson Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46228
Social justice has multiple definitions depending on the country a person resides in. The definition of social justice in the United States differs from that definition in India. Some of these differences can be attributed to historical values that have influenced social policies. However, there are some similarities when looking at the basic ideologies involved. When analyzing social justice, it is important to look at the
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policies based on Canada’s laws, and employees also should carefully use social media in the workplace according to company’s policies.
In addition, I find a fact that numerous companies in Canada and United States ban social media at work. However, this will alienate new employees who like social media, and make old employees feel unhappy. Thus, to create efficient and effective social media policies, a list of useful points are provided at the end.
We will analyze cases of using social media in the workplace, consider the effect of Canada’s related laws, and finally find out how to create efficient and effective social media policies for the company
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reputation of the employee and the chance of that employee getting employed. People posting personal information about themselves on social-networks can also ruin their reputations which ruins their connection and relationship which towards their peers.
Again, by posting informations on social media, people may ruin their own reputations which also ruins their relationships with other people. While most sites allow their users to control who sees the things they've posted, such features are often forgotten, can be difficult to use or do not work. Social media make people have less privacy and the private informations that people post on those sites could ruin their future. Therefore
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Elementary and Middle School Social Workers
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke
Interview with the Social Worker:
The Social Worker that I interviewed is Flossie Hunt, who works at Pembroke Elementary and Middle School. Her specific job title is the School Social Worker, whose qualifications that are required include a Bachelor in Social Work and having completed the School Social Work class (Hunt).
A School Social Worker has many responsibilities when it comes to a days work. One is to empower the students, families, and school personnel to access available opportunities and resources that develop each student’s potential. They make assessments of
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A key characteristic is of social research is how often studies overlap and complement each other, due to the nature of society having more order than most people are capable of perceiving. This a process of clarification and tempering of the concerns and interests of those who practice the craft. This “purification” process of information begins with social researchers engaging in long-standing debates about society and social life when they conduct research. These researchers are obligated to base their recreations on in-depth and critical examinations of large quantities of systematically collected evidence. Social researchers as a whole judge the work on the representations
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Unit 8 M2 and D1
M2- compare two approaches to health and social care.
Chose two different approaches and compare each theory to a health care setting and also a social care setting explain how it works in health care compared to social care.
Example of behaviourist in health and social care – classical conditioning can be used in a hospital to help with an individuals fear by creating a hierarchy of fears starting with their least fear to the most feared. Whereas in a social care setting such as a school or nursery a teacher can classical condition children into tidying up by using an instrument. However Operant condition may not work as efficiently due to an individual
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In Sociology their are many theories that have different perspectives. One theory is the Functionalist theory. This theory is when people in a society all come together and work as a unit. Everyone must do their part so the society stays stable. The government pays for the children to get an education. We the people pay the government with taxes to fund the education of the children. Once the children get their education, the return the favor by becoming good members of society and the cycle continues and stays stable. Another theory is the conflict theory. This theory came from Karl Marx’s writings. The theory shows more emphasis on how society is not stable and it is always changing. The
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* Mobile has more negative effect as compare to the Positive effects.
* People use mobile for crime and some people use mobile phone but unconsciously they are involved in social crime these kind of social crime not understand as a crime and this is the time to think and to do something about this.
* Social crime is a too much type knows a day’s mostly social crime held with the help of mobile phone.
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Overview of Social Networking Sites
Social networking is a phenomenon which has existed since society began. Human beings have always sought to live in social environments. The proliferation of social networking sites (SNS) and their pervasion in everyday practices is affecting how Western societies manage their social networks. To a significant extent, SNS have shifted social networking to the Internet. In less than five years, these sites have grown from a niche online activity into a phenomenon through which tens of millions of internet users are connected, both in their leisure time, and at work.
There are various factors which have prompted us to consider the implications of
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SOCIAL POLICY ANALYSIS: WELFARE TO WORK
Research is key to the continued development of the theory and knowledge base of social work practice. The AASW supports the undertaking of research as a key activity to build and maintain the mission of the social work profession.
Research is an essential area of social work practice and is included in the AASW Practice Standards for Social Workers, (section 4.3), highlighting its importance to social work practice. Social workers are expected to “understand the role of research and evaluation in obtaining and generating new knowledge for practice.” (AASW 2013)
Social work research informs professional practice. Through social work research, the
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carry out many activities at the same time. This saves a lot of time and is not tiring. IFTTT enables individuals and businesses to be more active and fruitful on social media. On encountering an important on social media, IFTTT can save it and tweet it out automatically. This is important because it ensures that businesses remain active on social media and they also post quality material for their followers to see (Coles, 2015).
IFTTT enables individuals and businesses to get hold of their content. It automatically records the content that is published hence reducing the need to keep the records manually. IFTTT is, therefore, a critical social media tool that can be applied in settings that are either professional on unprofessional. Its recipes have transformed businesses making online activities efficient and less tiring. It has also increased profitability at low input costs.
Coles, B. (2015). Making social media work for you. Inside Film: If, (166), 13.
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Ethics and Social Responsibility in Strategic Planning
Corporations when faced with difficult decisions have to keep in mind that the decisions that need making not only affect the corporation and the employees that work for the corporation, but it affects the corporations' stakeholders, and the public communities. The decisions made still need to keep the best interest of everyone involved without losing more of the corporation than what needs to be lost.
The role of ethics and social responsibility
Corporations have a great deal of responsibility to their stakeholders to make the best decisions for them as possible. However, the decisions should not be unethical that the reputation of
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section of mirrors. Also, this effect can also work when many random people to interact at the same time. This social network can be similar to an actual existing online network like, Facebook. The major concept of the project is determined by getting inspired from a basic structure of a social network, ‘Facebook’. Basically, moving through from one space to another. In the Mirror City, the mirror spaces are linked by the wooden path each other as a network. Just like how in facebook, a person can meet a random person through their friends, and their friends and so on.
For architectural inspirations, R.O.M (Royal Ontario Museum); the sharpness and freewheeling shape and use of reflective material. Marinabay Sands Hotel in Singapore; the way of layering the ceiling is consulted as an idea.