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  • Dangers in Media: How Violence in Video Games Affects the Youth

    Dangers in Media: How Violence in Video Games Affects the Youth

    Call of Duty, Grand Theft Auto, Fallout, and Halo are some of the many mature-rated video game franchises where violence and other adult-content is prominent throughout the game. Rating systems have been implemented across the country that indicate the maturity level for the game and its intended audience. Despite the mature-ratings, many children and young adolescents acquire these games, whether through their parent, older sibling, or friends and spend hours indulging in the violent quests

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    Essay Length: 834 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: October 14, 2013 Autor: andrey
  • Big Bang Theory

    Big Bang Theory

    The Big Bang Theory episode starts off when Sheldon finds out his favorite show Alphas, which ended a cliff hanger, which means that he will not find out what will happen next. Amy believes Sheldon’s compulsive needs requires closure and wants him to overcome his issue. Meanwhile Raj is trying to become manlier after reading a blog by his crush. But really his sensitivity is the main reason why she likes Raj back. Unfortunately Sheldon

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    Essay Length: 299 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: October 14, 2013 Autor: sweetfoxx
  • Implication on Compensation Policies of Four Behavioral Wage Theories

    Implication on Compensation Policies of Four Behavioral Wage Theories

    Implication on compensation policies of four behavioral wage theories 1. Introduction Compensation to employees covers remuneration, benefits given by employers like paid vacations, holidays, health insurance, or sometimes stock options, etc. Whether those compensations are available in a modern organization is included in compensation policies, as well as how those compensations will be offered among employees if available. Here this essay considers compensation policy making serves as a factor to influence workers' behaviors in working

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    Submitted: October 15, 2013 Autor: jon
  • Is the Death Penalty Just and Applied Fairly? Is the Death Penalty Just and Applied Fairly?

    Is the Death Penalty Just and Applied Fairly? Is the Death Penalty Just and Applied Fairly?

    Is the Death Penalty just and applied fairly?Is the Death Penalty just and applied fairly? PHI103: Informal Logic (GSJ1337B) Is the Death Penalty Just and Applied Fairly?OutlineIntroduction Thesis   "The Death Penalty" also known as Capital Punishment is the premeditated, thought out and planned taking of a human life. The Death Penalty is a sentence handed down by a judge and jury to a person legally convicted of a capital crime. Is the Death Penalty just

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    Submitted: October 20, 2013 Autor: viki
  • Enterprise-Rent a Car

    Enterprise-Rent a Car

    In my opinion it will be difficult for Avis and Hertz to replicate Enterprise's success in the local car rental market. The reason for this is that Enterprise's choice of activities has created a set of assets which support its competitive advantage. It has an extensive nationwide network of 4000 neighborhood branches which makes it convenient for customer to reach it. By initially not focusing on the highly competitive airport rental market it was able

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    Essay Length: 457 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: October 21, 2013 Autor: peter
  • Effects of Video Games on Children

    Effects of Video Games on Children

    Effects of Video Games on Children Justin R. Epstein Southern New Hampshire University Video games have been around for more than three decades. There has been countless research done on how video games affect the human brain. Video games have evolved greatly since their creation. What was once just a ball with a horizontal line has become fully functional first person playing, high impact scenario-based games that have many levels and challenges. They are much

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    Essay Length: 962 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: October 21, 2013 Autor: justinepstein1
  • How to Change the Oil in Your Car

    How to Change the Oil in Your Car

    How to Change the Oil in Your Car In order to change the oil in your car you must first begin by fallowing these few steps. Too insure that you do a good job and do not compromise the integrity of your engine, and cause your car to become inoperable. First you must make sure that you have all the right tools to complete your job in timely manner. Second you must make sure that

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    Essay Length: 309 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: October 23, 2013 Autor: Antonio
  • Understanding and Evaluating Mass Communication Theory

    Understanding and Evaluating Mass Communication Theory

    Understanding and Evaluating Mass Communication Theory The variety in the mass communication theories has slowly grown in the past ten years. In human literature and social sciences, the media philosophy has secured a place of more significant idea. This essay escorts the reader to this new kind of thoughts and ideas. That is why it comprises of the scientific procedures and the four significant kinds of theories for communication and the axiology, ontology and epistemology.

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    Essay Length: 361 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: October 27, 2013 Autor: zimar
  • Smart Cars Case

    Smart Cars Case

    The text illustrates that new technology will have a significant impact on cars and roads they travel on. With the development of technology, smart cars will be so designed that they can eliminate most of car accidents, provide location of the cars if stolen. Besides, smart cars can monitor one's driving and the driving conditions nearby. When the driver feels drowsy, smart cars can alert the driver. In addition, they can warn of traffic jams.

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    Essay Length: 263 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: November 1, 2013 Autor: andrew
  • Fiedler's Contingency Theory

    Fiedler's Contingency Theory

    Fiedler’s contingency theory The Fiedler’s theory is the extent to which the leader’s style is task oriented or relationship (people) oriented. Fiedler considered a person’s leadership style is difficult to change. Thus, the basic idea is to match the leader’s style with the situation most favorable for his or her effectiveness. Fig: How Leader Style Fits the Situation The suitability of a person’s leadership style is determined by whether the situation is favorable or unfavorable

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    Essay Length: 422 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: November 2, 2013 Autor: swimmer
  • Ethical Game Dilemmas

    Ethical Game Dilemmas

    Ethical decision making is a cognitive process in which an individual or group can select a course of action that is best suited for the individual or group. During the ethics game, an individual was put into a leadership role within an the G-BioSport organization and presented with two scenarios that required ethical decision making that impacted the personal involved, the company, and the stakeholders. The Baird Method, developed by Dr. Catharyn A. Baird, was

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    Essay Length: 858 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: November 4, 2013 Autor: jh6301
  • Car Accidents

    Car Accidents

    Over the course of a year, there is reportedly an estimated 5.25 million automobile accident in the United States annually. Automobile crashes result in over 40000 deaths per year states Miranda Hitti in her article Car Crashes Kill 40,000 in the U.S. Every Year. Due to the lack of will to pay full attention to ones surroundings when driving, and the pull to drive even though one may not be at the proper mental and

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    Essay Length: 638 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: November 5, 2013 Autor: sdmurril
  • If Cash Is King Buy Apple

    If Cash Is King Buy Apple

    There’s no denying that Apple is one of the best corporate success stories in the history of capitalism. The company emerged from bankruptcy to become world’s largest company by market capital for nearly a year until recently. Apple invents new products, improves the ones that they have, and is a world leader of new cutting edge technologies. Apple is more like three separate companies working in harmony: Hardware manufacturing, software engineering and retail. The company’s

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    Submitted: November 5, 2013 Autor: xodreox
  • Frederick Winslow Taylor - First Management Theories

    Frederick Winslow Taylor - First Management Theories

    Over the last few years, management has played a major role in developing today’s economy. It can be seen that a number of different management theories have developed over the past centuries. Furthermore, the evolution of theories has changed how economist, firms and workers contemplate and thus, there are major changes between the management theories in the 20th and 21st century. This essay will firstly focus on how the management theories have evolved. Then, the

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    Essay Length: 691 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: November 7, 2013 Autor: hihihohohihihoho
  • Adult Learning Theory

    Adult Learning Theory

    Summary Adults are unique in many ways, and learning is one of them. By reading different articles and discovering how adults learn, educators can be better suited to create the best learning environment for their students. Summary 1 ~ Adult Learning Theory for the Twenty-First Century In North America, more attention is being brought to the individual adult learner and how they process the information they are learning to become more independent and empowered. Some

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    Essay Length: 1,024 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: November 7, 2013 Autor: pebbles56281
  • Leader Ship Theories Comparision

    Leader Ship Theories Comparision

    "Leadership is that leaders in order to be successful must be able to articulate a clear, stated, committed vision for the company they represent and the vision must always be centered on the customer" (Premji & Ramamurti, 2001). "Success has to be built on a foundation of values. Successful leaders must have self-confidence, which comes from positive attitude. They need extraordinary physical mental and someway spiritual energy to remain on the top of the demands

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    Submitted: November 10, 2013 Autor: Antonio
  • How Hp Used Tactics of the Japanese to Beat Them at Their Game

    How Hp Used Tactics of the Japanese to Beat Them at Their Game

    Q1. Before introducing its inkjet printers, did HP have to estimate the demand curve for them? Why or why not? Ans1:HP understood American customers&computers better than the Japanese. HP did estimate the demand for printers in general & high quality printers in particular. While dot-matrix printers were ubiquitous, HP realized that ordinary computer users would soon demand high quality printouts of graphics & text. Furtherthe market survey would also highlight the shortcomings in the existing

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    Essay Length: 668 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: November 14, 2013 Autor: andrey
  • All Aspiring Leaders Should Read and Apply Sun Tzu's Principles Found in the "art of War"

    All Aspiring Leaders Should Read and Apply Sun Tzu's Principles Found in the "art of War"

    Sun Tzu was not only a warrior and warlord, but was also a philosopher who wrote his ideas down in a text we know call “The Art of War”. His philosophy on Leadership, Strategy, and communication were written over 2000 years ago, but can be successfully applied to today’s challenging business environment. Sun Tzu’s philosophy is so unique and successful, it is mandatory reading for all managers at the software giant Oracle Systems. Larry Ellison

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    Essay Length: 464 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: November 15, 2013 Autor: regaltime28
  • Criminal Justice Labeling Theory

    Criminal Justice Labeling Theory

    Unit 5 Individual Project CRJS105 Kayla Pierson September 29, 2013 LABELING THEORY The United States has a huge prison population, with nearly two million incarcerated. We imprison more than any other country ever. The original idea for jail and prisons was to help inmates, and give them a chance at a better life. We want the criminals to get better and not want them to keep coming in and out of the criminal justice system.

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    Submitted: November 17, 2013 Autor: kayla.pierson1
  • Evaluate one Theory of the Breakdown of Relationships

    Evaluate one Theory of the Breakdown of Relationships

    “Evaluate one theory of the breakdown of relationships.” [25 marks] One theory of relationship breakdown is the model by Rollie & Duck (2006), which proposes 6 stages to the breakdown of a relationship. This model is supported by observations of real life breakdowns in relationships. Tashiro and Frazier (2003) found support for the model in students, who, after relationship dissolution, experienced personal growth and insight into themselves. This correlates with the 'grave dressing processes' and

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    Essay Length: 1,337 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: November 17, 2013 Autor: conorandrews123
  • For the Love of Games

    For the Love of Games

    For the Love of Games Sports have always been a major part of my life, for example my brother, Jerry, has played ice hockey for 14 years. Watching my brother play and practice with his team really showed me what it was like to dedicate almost all of someone's time to something. On the other hand there is my dad who gave me a love and appreciation for all athletics. Sports are important in every

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    Essay Length: 573 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: November 18, 2013 Autor: antoni
  • Econometric Theory

    Econometric Theory

    Introduction Whether travelling to and from work, escaping on a weekend vacation or most importantly just for general convenience a car is essential in today’s society especially with the expanding nature of cities. A limiting factor of owning a car however, are the costs associated with it, from the initial purchase to refilling the petrol tank, maintenance, etc., thus many seek to purchase a used car, forgoing a large sunk cost. This report determines the

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    Submitted: November 26, 2013 Autor: philosophy
  • Focal Concerns Theory

    Focal Concerns Theory

    Gabrielle Scipione Soc 240-6 Professor Riveron Walter B. Miller proposed the Focal Concerns Theory, which is broken down into six focal concerns. The six concerns are trouble, toughness, smartness, excitement, fate, and autonomy. These focal concerns were used to describe or understand gang delinquency in lower class neighborhoods. Miller's theory proposes the idea that this specific criminal way of life and thinking is learned through the individual's surroundings. These concerns have become more prevalent; they're

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    Submitted: December 2, 2013 Autor: andrew
  • Motivation Theories in Practice

    Motivation Theories in Practice

    Motivation Theories in Practice I was motivated to start my own company and it is a one man show (yet) therefore I will be sharing some of the HR practices in my previous company that relate to the theories of motivation. Abraham Maslow developed the theory of needs. His theory said that people can meet higher level goals when their lower level needs are met, Physiological, safety, security and belongingness. Keeping these in mind, flexi

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    Submitted: December 4, 2013 Autor: nehasood
  • Descartes Existence Theory

    Descartes Existence Theory

    Emmet Thompson Dr. Hom Intro to Philosophy February 21, 2011 PHILOSOPHY BITCHES Descartes starts off his argument by justifying his complete memory wipe of what he believes his “fallacious memory” has led him to believe over his “existence” in this world be it a real world or not especially casting out his senses first. This leads him to believe that perhaps there is absolutely nothing certain. He then contemplates his entire existence by pondering wether

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    Submitted: December 7, 2013 Autor: Emthomps

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