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Explaining Wartime Rape In Armed Conflict: The Great Lakes (Sub-) Region

- Master Thesis Lab Draft Research Proposal Draft Thesis Title Explaining Wartime Rape In Armed Conflict: The Great Lakes (Sub-) Region Draft Research Statement Sexual violence in armed conflict and wartime rape has been part of the spoils of war from time immemorial. A long dismissed inevitable consequence of the conflict is now widely recognized as an important problem of international security. Its ruinous effects on victims, perpetrators and local communities include forced displacement, the spread of disease, the burden of unwanted children, and deeply traumatized populations....   [tags: Sexual Violence, War, Africa]

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Racial Conflicts

- What is race and ethnicity. Can racial conflicts be eliminated by education. Can there be a time where one’s colour or background did not matter. Every modern day society faces racial conflicts. Humans are equal, whether they are white or black, etc. Hatred among different racial groups is common in out modern day society. Ignorance of the equality of every human causes racism. Humans need laws to follow and the lack of these laws cause conflict between humans. Erin Gruwell was optimistic about teaching a class of so many different backgrounds but it was much more challenging to get through to such angry teenagers....   [tags: Race]

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Case Study : An Internal Consultant

- Task 3(b) An internal consultant is, at first glance, just like an external consultant: a professional that is hired to solve an organisational problem and implement the solutions in order to improve the performance of an organisation. Both types of consultants can work within all possible management and organisational areas from strategic planning to mergers and acquisitions, finance, organisation efficiency, process improvement and technology. Similar to external consultants, their sometimes competing internal colleagues can also function as advisors, change agents, execution facilitators, coaches or trainers....   [tags: Management consulting, Consultant]

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Workspace Conflicts

- Successful collaboration between employers and employees creates an environment in which a company can produce and earn effectively, but workspace conflicts between employees and employers are a common occurrence. There is a wide array of reasons that can create a conflict between the two sides, but the most common ones include generational gaps, the inability to create an equal environment within organised structures, properly define employer responsibilities in terms of mandated benefits, and the employers' lack of flexibility in terms of adjusting organisational goals and aims to the contemporary employee demands....   [tags: Organizational Goals, Flexibility]

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Character Development in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

- Character Development Essay The play "Romeo and Juliet", from William Shakespeare is a dramatic love story. The characters in this play have static and dynamic conflicts. Internal conflicts is a conflict where the person has trouble making a decision. External conflict is when a another person, society, or a situation gets in the way of the character. In this essay I will prove that Juliet is a dynamic character. "What say you. can you love the gentleman. This night you shall behold him at our feast; Read o'er the volume of young Paris' face, And find delight writ there with beauty's pen; Examine every married lineament, And see how one another lends content; And what obscur'd in this...   [tags: conflict, marriage, motivation]

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The Evolution Of The Internal Combustion Engine

- From the mid-1800s to today, the internal combustion engine is becoming more and more complex. From minor improvements, to total reconstruction; the internal combustion engine has changed greatly, and is still changing. By the 3000s, who knows what possibilities will await, but for one to understand the evolution of the internal combustion engine, they must be knowledgeable of the history, present, and future. What is internal combustion. Internal combustion is the process of internally burning gasoline to produce forward motion....   [tags: mechanical engineering ]

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Internal And External Environment Of The Organization

- Organisation is the most important element in management. Any organization is located and operated in the environment. Every action of all organizations is possible only if it allows its realization. The internal environment is the source of its vitality. It involves the capacity needed for the functioning of the organization, but at the same time can be a source of problems and even her death of the organisation. The external environment is the source that supply organization resources. The organization is in constant exchange with the external environment consequently it provides itself with survival....   [tags: Management, Organization, Environment]

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The Ethics Of Internal Affairs Investigation

- Thesis Internal affair investigations is a social control measure put in place by police departments to ensure assigned officers do not commit ethical violations or actions that result in professional misconduct. Due to the sensitive nature of these investigations, all facts presented in favor of and against the accused must be thorough and accurate. Proper training of department supervisors is critical to the discipline and performance of subordinate officers. Introduction This paper is an analysis of the ethics of internal affairs investigations, and whether it is ethical for police personnel to investigate themselves....   [tags: Police, Criminal justice, Constable]

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Internal And External Influences On A Business

- A business can either take a step forward or a step back depending on the external and internal influences and how they handle them, they can either flourish or enter stages of degradation and cessation. External and internal influences on a businesses plays a part in the opportunities that arise in the industry the business operates in, otherwise the business may choose to venture out of it’s defined industry depending on the opportunities at hand. Businesses are affected by internal and external influences to a degree where they are either benefiting or suffering from the way they handle opportunities that arise....   [tags: Stock, Stock market, Marketing, Consumer]

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Investigation Of The Internal Affairs Division

- When an officer acts irresponsibly or violates policy, what happens to them. Who conducts these investigations. Are these officers held accountable and if so, how. Yes, police officers are to uphold the law and policies of the department and the internal affairs division takes care of these cases. If officers are reported to have committed any criminal acts, then an investigation ensues in the internal affairs division. Investigators who work in the internal affairs division are required to investigate any suspected wrongdoing within the department....   [tags: Police, Police brutality, Constable, Crime]

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The Role Of Internal And External Recruitment

- Outline I. Introduction a. The literature review will discuss the pros and cons for both internal and external recruitment. Studies have shown that depending on the organizational structure either of the hiring processes can be very beneficial to an organization. b. One of the major themes discovered in the research is organization sticking to employing or promoting from within. The primary factor behind this practice is organizations wanting to save on cost and maintaining or improving employee’s morale....   [tags: Recruitment, Employment, Organization, Structure]

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Internal Validity Of A Statistical Information

- 1. The purpose of the validity is to be used to discover what is real and true in the results of a statistical information (Cosby & Bates, 2012). The principle of validity is the way that researches are able to determine whether the data that was collected is true and accurate or whether it is faulty and skewed (Salkind, 2009). Internal validity is important because it reveals a fundamental association among two variables. An investigation possesses internal validity when the outcomes show that the modifications in the dependent variable took place because the researcher exercised manipulation of the independent variable that serves as a way of predicting the results....   [tags: Sample size, Sampling, Research]

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Application For A Residency For Internal Medicine

- I have always looked forward to the day I would apply for a residency in Internal Medicine. My experiences from even before I got admitted to Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria to date have shaped the specialist I aim to be and I am confident my background has prepared me to succeed in this pursuit. I grew up in the south-eastern part of Nigeria where both the nuclear and extended family is close-knit. The gentle but professional way my uncle, a family physician took care of any ill member of our family resonated early in my life and I wanted to be a doctor like him....   [tags: Health care, Health, Physician, Medicine]

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The Internal Business Environment in Zimbabwe

- The Internal Business Environment in Zimbabwe Zimbabwe is one among the low-income economies located within the sub-Saharan part of Africa. Like any other country throughout the world, the state of Zimbabwe has a number of factors that affect its general business environment. These factors range from the internal to external factors of a business environment, and play a major role in the determination of the economic status of the country. It is a given that many countries throughout the word, especially within the African continent fall under the third world category of global classification of nations based on their economic statuses, the levels of advancement in the industrialization sec...   [tags: income, wages, economic growth]

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Use Of Internal And External Recruiting

- The plant uses both internal and external recruiting. Lima plant has 80% of their foremen coming from internal promotions where they promote their employees. Another 4% of their foremen are recruited by transferring other employees from other plants. The advantages of recruiting internally are that it increases the motivation for current employees and both employees and employers know each other well. The company can then save up cost from giving orientations to the employees, but on the other hand, requires training expenses to provide education on new job tasks....   [tags: Employment, Recruitment, Evaluation, Job fair]

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Process Overview : Internal Communications

- Process Overview: Internal Communications Pieces The purpose of this document is to outline the process for developing internal communications pieces. Internal communications pieces include newsletters, formal email announcements, and targeted emails to Official Family, Extended Family, elected and appointed volunteers, alumnae association officers and chapter officers. Please note the process for the development of internal communications campaigns differs. For Formal Email Announcements and Targeted Emails: Please note: You should allow at least two weeks to complete the review and proofing steps....   [tags: Public relations, Communication, Style guide]

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Internal And External Environment Of An Organization

- Background of the Study According to Albanese and Van Fleet (1983), every organization has an internal and an external environment that are interdependent. The continuous evolution and interaction of internal environment components and the dynamic and chaotic nature of the external environment occasioned by constant changes in socio-cultural-demographic factors, competition, political-legal aspects and technology has made strategic management popular in realizing a firm’s strategic choices and strategic position in search of excellent performance (Robinson and Pearce II, 2009)....   [tags: Strategic management, Strategic planning]

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Overview of Internal and External Validity

- Validity Generally speaking statistics, research, and reports are everywhere. Statistical data is reported regarding professional and amateur athletic sports, the weather, social activities such as how many people did or did not enjoy a particular movie, and which product one should purchase. Additionally, there are reports which impact how people make serious choices about healthcare, career paths, education, and purchasing a home. Finally, professionals and consumers make decisions about physical and mental treatment approaches....   [tags: Research Analysis ]

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Beauty : Beauty And Internal Beauty

- Beauty can be seen by a person in several ways, and it is perceived by most to be only skin-deep. According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, “It is the quality or aggregate of qualities in a person that gives pleasure to the senses or pleasurably exalts the mind or spirit.” Additionally, the definition from the Oxford Dictionary says, “Beauty is a combination of qualities, such as shape, color, or form that pleases the aesthetic senses, especially the sight.” In short, beauty is described as something attractive and likeable to the eyes....   [tags: Perception, Sense, Cosmetics]

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Managing Internal Communication : An Organization

- Managing internal communication: an organizational case study analysis Managing internal communication: an organizational case study examines how a Health Care Organizations (HCO) internal communication is in dire need of improvement in order to ensure success throughout all occupational levels. Robson and Tourish (2005) express that some benefits of efficient communication within an organization include high productivity, innovation, and improved work attendance (p.213). Furthermore, they cite Hanson’s (1986) research as finding that good interpersonal communication significantly increases profitability....   [tags: Management, Organizational studies]

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The Internal Revenue System ( Irs )

- Taxation and Inequality When the Internal Revenue System (IRS) formed for the first time in 1913, the wealthy man paid a mere six percent of his massive income. (America 2) At this time, the graduated tax only reached as far as $4,000 as a capped limit. Individual income tax rates are [graduated] in that they increase from low to high as taxable income increases, says Carbaugh and Ghosh. Above a certain amount, no man paid more than six percent, unless they deducted the allowed amounts, regardless of what the man made for income....   [tags: Tax, Income tax, Value added tax, Progressive tax]

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Cloud Computing and Internal Controls

- “Does ‘cloud computing’ present additional internal control issues beyond those encountered in traditional computing?” Unaware of what is meant by “cloud computing,” this writer, after some research on the subject matter, believes that the answer to this question is YES, “cloud computing” does present additional internal control issues beyond the internal controls encountered in traditional computing. This question is answered from the viewpoint of a client company that has transferred its data to a cloud....   [tags: Security, Accuracy, Completeness]

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How Learning Is An Internal Process

- Learning is a process of taking existing knowledge or datasets and increasing it via internal manipulations, or supplemented by interacting with external environment. The increase of one’s knowledgebase can be internally directed and constructed (how to ride a bicycle) or externally driven (a bee sting or a parent demonstrating on how to tie a shoe). Learning produces a short-term or long-term increase of knowledge depending on the requirements of environmental conditions imposed on the learner....   [tags: Psychology, Learning, Intelligence]

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Homeostasis : A Stable Internal Environment

- Homeostasis Homeostasis is the biological process that maintains a stable internal environment despite what occurs in the external environment. Chemicals and bodily functions are maintained in a balanced state so the body may function optimally. There are various systems in the human body that require maintenance through the processes of biochemical checks and balances so they may function properly. One of these systems includes the rise and fall of blood glucose and is under the control of the homeostatic regulation process....   [tags: Blood sugar, Insulin, Islets of Langerhans]

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Third Party Intervention in Civil Conflict

- Third Party Intervention in Civil Conflict Struggles involving civil wars and violence far outnumber those dealing with external aggression and conflict, especially in today’s society. These internal conflicts over identity, territory, and government are more difficult to resolve through peaceful negotiation, creating an augmented sense of collective responsibility to acknowledge. If handled incorrectly, the situation may worsen, causing tension and (possibly) execution. The use of third parties (military intervention) in civil conflict often creates national distress, reeking havoc and tremendous costs upon assisting nations....   [tags: Papers]

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Impact of Team Conflicts on Team Performance

- 2.1) LITERATURE REVIEW Team conflicts: Conflict is a basic aspect of teamwork (Levi, 2001), since the number of decisions that a team needs to make often evokes feelings of discomfort and stress. Conflict very often arises from a clash of different working style, ideas, interests, needs, and wants. Team conflicts can be due to high stress level. It has been experienced that in teamwork there can be conflicts and conflicts creates dissatisfaction among the employees. It is important that conflicts be addressed in such a way that it has adverse effect and it is very important to address the conflicts on the spot otherwise it would be difficult to handle the conflicts....   [tags: business]

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Internal and External Causes of Inequalities

- Gender inequality has been the main focus for many centuries where discrimination and oppression became a major part of women’s inequalities. Discrimination is a negative attachment an injurious labelling or suggestion related to a certain person, group or object. When discrimination occurs one of the final effects would be oppression, the humiliation and inhuman treatment of people or groups. When one group or individual dominates over the other (Thompson, 2003). The Equality Act 2010 was introduced by the parliament to reduce inequalities among people from all backgrounds, genders, religion and so on....   [tags: discrimination, oppression, inequalities]

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Internal And External Within The Classroom

- Due to various contexts, internal and external within the classroom, there is a need to consider all the implications these have on teaching. For example, student’s development, the environment and how the curriculum will be delivered needs to be considered in order to assist in the students learning as well as planning for the four week block practicum. The internal classroom environment has a significant impact on teaching and learning. In Miss Dowson’s year three classroom, the chairs and desks are arranged into rows....   [tags: Education, Teacher, Educational psychology]

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Is True Happiness Internal Or External?

- Badass U Articles Summary Is True Happiness Internal or External. People are always quick to answer that question. Internal. Right. That is the answer we want to hear as it puts you in ultimate control. After all, we would hate our happiness to be controlled by external things, especially other people. True happiness is something we must find within ourselves…or is it. Scientists have been looking into the subject for some time and the answer is pretty clear: external. Brent Smith in his book, Jump Start Your Social Life, made an excellent point that when you ask someone “what was the happiest moment of your life?” they rarely tell you about a time they were all alone meditating....   [tags: Happiness, Positive psychology, 2002 albums]

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External, Internal, and Construct Validity

- There are two classes of factors that jeopardize the validity of research findings they are internal and external. Internal validity is the extent to which a test measures what it claims to measure. External validity on the other hand, is the extent to which the results of a research study can be generalized to other groups, times, and settings (Trochim and Donnelly, 2008). Internal validity is threatened whenever there exists the possibility that alternative causes, other than the independent variable, are responsible for the effect....   [tags: Research Analysis ]

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The Conflict Of A Conflict

- Folger, Poole and Stutman (2013) state that a conflict is “the interaction of interdependent people who perceive incompatibility and the possibility of interference from others as a result of this incompatibility” (pg. 4). Jill and Dan definitely seem to have a conflict throughout the case study. To start off their conflict, it doesn’t seem that Jill and Dan were the best at interacting with each other. It came across that Dan was just throwing Jill’s request to the side to forget about it. Along with their interaction not being great, their communication between them was not clear on what each of them needed....   [tags: Communication, Conflict]

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Internal Control and Risk Evaluation

- Internal controls in inventory, accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll are an important part of a company system. The four systems require efficiency and accuracy from the employees before accounting system can ensure expedient access to cash availability. Internal controls provide foundation for successful and safe organization. Information listed in this brief will provide management some insight into the internal controls and some risk organization should be aware off. Payroll The payroll chart not clearly defines the process and procedures....   [tags: Business Management]

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The Internal Grammar of a Language

- Any piece of human creation or human endowment gets its glamour from its structure, system and functional value. The internal grammar of a language is captured properly only when the linguist-grammarian or the teacher-grammarian first understands the ingredients that give grammar its glamour. We need not forget that ‘glamour’ is actually an alternate spelling of grammar Whether we are dealing with the architecture of synchronic grammar (Halliday and Mathiessen 2004) or the architecture of diachronic grammar (Vesser 1973) or the genesis of Syntactic Complexity (Givon 2009) or even the neurological bases of language (Ramachandran 2010), we do need to handle all the three...   [tags: glamour, holistic perception, structure]

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Audit Plan For An Internal Audit

- BACKGROUND According to the audit plan approved by GARC for 2016, an internal audit was undertaken of the IT function in Auckland in April 2016. For KVB Group, most of the IT services are delegated to BancLogix System Co. Limited in Hong Kong, a fully-owned subsidiary of KVB Kunlun Holdings Limited. BancLogix provides both IT operations and application development services for the whole KVB Group. A small IT operation team is based in KVB Kunlun International (HK) Limited to provide an infrastructure level and partial application level support to the listed company and its subsidiaries....   [tags: Audit, Financial audit, Auditing, Access control]

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Internal And External Absence Of Turmoil

- POL 108- Major Essay Security refers to the internal and external absence of turmoil or threat of such in regards to a nation-state’s affairs. Its definition includes political, economic and militaristic security. This essay will argue that, despite many changes in the modern political spectrum, the state does indeed remain the primary actor in world politics. Despite this, the research and methodology of this report will focus on evaluation not argument, assessing both various views. Therefore, it is critical to note that the supreme nature of the nation state is not without challenges from terrorist groups known to use violence in achieving the role of primary actor in world politic...   [tags: International relations, Sovereignty]

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Internal And External Components Of Life

- Ever since the dawn of human civilization, individuals have thought about what is so significant about their lives and how it relates to others around them and their respective societies. Some might ask, “what is the purpose of life?” Some might ask more specifically, “what is my purpose in the environment I reside in?” These are common questions of understanding the meaning of the internal and external components of life. According to C. Wright Mills (1959), “neither the life of an individual nor the history of a society can be understood without understanding both.” The process of people understanding the relationship their individualities and societies is called the sociological imaginati...   [tags: Sociology, United States, Brazil, Family]

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Internal Relations And Employee Interaction

- One of the most important, but often overlooked, aspects of a business is the internal relations and communication of the employees. Business ' focus tends to lean in the direction of the customer, and customer interaction, so that they feel valued and accommodated to their needs. Of course, there is no technical wrongdoing through this to employees – they simply continue doing the job set before them. However, it can be seen that there is much benefit to focusing company energies, not only on customers, but also on the internal relations and communication between employees....   [tags: Public relations, Communication, Public]

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Internal Control And The Company

- Internal control is very important for any company, but it is especially important for small companies. Small companies sometimes have situations where fewer employees are given many jobs, which can lead to fraud. Internal control is beneficial to companies such as H & R Hardware because it can help keep fraud out of the company. In the company H & R Hardware, there are a few things that could be considered internal control strengths. One strength is that the owner of H & R Hardware, David, likes to socialize and gather with his employees....   [tags: Auditing, Audit, Inventory, Periodic inventory]

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Internal Communications And External Communications

- Introduction Internal communications and external communications are two different forms of communications that play a role in the workplace and everyday life. Internal communications focuses on communicating with the employees, whereas external communications refers to communicating with the public audience. Although these two forms of communications have their differences, they can contribute to one another in real life and the business world. Defining Internal and External Communications Internal communications, which is also known as employee communications, refers to distributing and disclosing information, developing an awareness about specific information and details, and preferably a...   [tags: Communication, Public relations, Employment]

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Electronic Noise And Internal Noise

- If no one heard the message, was it ever really said. When communicating, no matter how good a message may be, being obstructed can result with the receiver not understanding the purpose of the message. When an obstruction occurs, the message will be received imperfectly. Obstructions can exist in many forms as fault in the sender, receiver, and even the medium or channel used. These can be noise, the code, and the medium itself that can lead to obstructions. Just like the static on a radio, noise can keep the listeners from hearing a message....   [tags: Communication, Language, Time zone, Sign language]

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Google's External and Internal Analysis

- Google’s internal structure stability can be influenced by external factors. To ensure the right decisions made, they must complete external and internal analysis. Google’s must contend with external environment influences, which are political, economical, and a technological. Day after day must be able to understand how the external environment influences can provide advantages to obtaining opportunities but on the downside expose the threats that Google has to overcome to be successful. For Google to maximize the market opportunities, Google must recognize its internal value, rarity, and organization....   [tags: google, google's threats, yahoo]

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Internal Resistance Of Thermal Energy

- Introduction: The (e.m.f) is short for Electromotive Force which is defined as the energy delivered by a battery or a cell per coulomb of charge passing through it. Electromotive Force is measured in volts (V). It is important to point out that Electromotive Force is equivalent to the potential difference (p.d.) throughout the terminals of the cell, which happens when there is no current flowing through. Internal Resistance indicates that all batteries or cells lose energy as thermal energy (in the cell itself) as electricity flow through a circuit as the internal resistance inside the cell starts to resist the flow of the current, which results in thermal energy to be wasted....   [tags: Ohm's law, Volt, Electric current]

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Teenage Self Conflicts

- During the adolescent stage of life, Hamlet and Rebel without a Cause show examples of how both Hamlet and Jim are being pulled in conflicting directions by two compelling desires. Both pieces help to give an understanding to the audience of the teenager under the dilemmas of self- conflict. Both pieces give evidence of goes in on the inside of the teenage brain as the teen feels a struggle with himself over a conflict, especially when the parents attempt to give help. Throughout the film and text, it can be seen that teens are harshly affected by the dilemmas of conflict, which is only amplified through the parents’ attempted guidance over the teenagers....   [tags: Hamlet, Rebel without a Cause]

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External, Internal, and Construct Validity

- Validity pertains to both the methods and the design of a research study and indicates “the degree with which correct inferences can be made from the results of a research study” (Indiana University Of Pennsylvania, 2010). According to Trochim and Donnelly, there are four types of validity including conclusion, internal, construct, and external (2008). In this assignment, three of these types will be discussed. Internal validity is the extent to which a test measures what it claims to measure. External validity on the other hand, is the extent to which the results of a research study can be generalized to other groups, other times, and other settings....   [tags: Research Analysis ]

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Efficiency of Internal Combustion Engine

- In our life, cars occupy much space. We use them many times to transport, to visit etc. The most important part for cars is engine. Engine is the main part of cars. There are many types of engine. It is generally used internal combustion engine for cars. This type engine works with gasoline, diesel and gas. People wonder that how they work, because when people look the engine, they think that it is complicated. It isn’t complicated. Some gasoline comes to piston space and is burned. The burning generates energy and gives a motion to pistons....   [tags: cars, engines, gasoline, diesel]

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The Internal Revenue Code Citation

- I have applied for a PTIN number many times already. There has not been been a clear response from IRS; A clear “NO”, supported by the Internal Revenue Code citation. I have been receiving generic letters 4756. All of the letters say the same thing: the letters refer me to NAFTA, Social Security, and even immigration services. The latest one was a Q&A page from the IRS websites that sites the social security requirement. I feel that you are making up this laws; they do not exist in the Internal Revenue Code....   [tags: Taxation in the United States]

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The Death Of Internal Medicine

- Ten years from now I want to look back and feel proud of positively impacting lives. I am certain that the road to Internal Medicine will lead me to this satisfaction, particularly after witnessing the harsh struggles of my two family members afflicted with the same disease though destined for shockingly different outcomes. They both suffered from severe left ventricular dysfunction secondary to an anterior wall myocardial infarction. Living in a remote city in South India, my grandfather lacked access to advancements in cardiac care, and he passed away a few months after his diagnosis....   [tags: Physician, Medicine, Medical school, Health care]

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Maintaining a Stable Internal Environment

- INTRODUCTION Maintaining a stable internal environment, or homeostasis, is essential for the survival of complex animals. Living organisms must maintain a salt and water balance, and they must continually remove the toxic by-products generated by metabolism. Organisms have evolved a variety of strategies to maintain a more or less stable internal environment. In animals that have a circulatory system, the blood typically passes through excretory organs, commonly termed kidneys. In terrestrial animals, the kidneys not only play a major role in the removal of wastes, but are also the primary organs of osmoregulation....   [tags: Biology]

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Internal Logistics : Manufacturing Processes

- Internal logistics – Manufacturing processes Cadbury as an international business have chosen to develop a variety of different styles of operations in accordance to the type of product, the stage of production and the location in which it is taking place. Business’ such as Cadburys have the opportunity to use a range of different manufacturing processes when manufacturing their products, one of the methods that is “more commonly found in practice is the batch process” (Krajewski et al, 2010 p....   [tags: Manufacturing, Production and manufacturing]

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Fire, Furor and Internal War

- Psappo’s poetry was the model from which ancient cultures defined love. Her views on love have influenced many works of literature, including The Aeneid of Virgil. Love is an uncontrollable force that strikes an individual from the outside and can occur suddenly as well as unexpectedly. Love is often depicted as a positive emotion that causes people to feel blissful, but this can easily turn into furor; furor is the aspect of love associated with violence and insanity. Dido’s love for Aeneas exemplifies the internal turmoil that afflicts individuals when they are deprived of the love that they crave so ardently....   [tags: Literary Analysis]

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Motivation by Internal Staff Events

- Motivation is the way to let a person to be moved to do something (Ryan & Deci, 2000, p54). Nowadays, most companies all around the world start to reduce their budget for motivating their staff (Quarterly, 2009, p2). However, some other companies try to use other ways to motivate their staff in order to develop their talent and make profits (Quarterly, 2009, p2). It is interesting that why different companies and organizations try to use two totally opposite way to manage their financial problems....   [tags: finances, management, incentives, profit]

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Steps to Reach Internal Happiness

- What steps can be taken to create internal happiness. I have struggled through much of the last year asking myself this question. I will give you a little insight as to why I asked this question, and what I have found to be true. In addition, to research I have obtained due to the strong desire to find the answers to this question. Last year I lost three main people in my adult life. My grandmother who passed away from cancer, my grandfather who passed away from old age, and my great-grandmother who passed of a heart attack in her sleep....   [tags: personal experience, struggles]

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Internal And External Labor Market

- Internal and external labor market is the method, reasoning, and source I would use to recruit and retain employees. Company’s present employees are included in the internal labor market whereas; outside candidates for employment are included in the external labor market. Job availability posted in a visible workplace board internally As an representative of human Resources I would be as descriptive as possible using accurate job analysis information about the open position. The information will tell about the company’s working employees and the information used to initiate a change possible in the position for qualified persons....   [tags: Employment, Human resource management, Recruitment]

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Internal Strength Of A Business

- Internal strength in a business is invaluable. Creating a robust customer/consumer based business by always putting the customer first is a tool that creates lifelong business relationships. “Some of the best innovation originates from responding proactively to customers’ needs” (Templeman, 2015). Many companies are not placing the customer first and instead make it difficult for consumers to even speak with a live person. It is getting back to the basics of owning a business and The Cannabus will deliver customer satisfaction....   [tags: Cannabis, Legality of cannabis by country]

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Internal And External Environmental Factors

- Teachers must be student-centered, engaging in interactive sessions using the best methods to reach students at their various academic and social levels. With regard to competition, my institution is not considered to be one of the top schools on the island. Our aim is to change that perception by getting our students to improve on their grades. This will cause top students from the primary to select this institution as their first choice after the grade six national assessment. Once we begin to get a good fraction of the top students this could help with the shift in perception....   [tags: Qualitative research, Focus group, High school]

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How to Cope with Conflicts in A Romantic Relationship

- Campbell, Simpson, Boldry, & Kashy (2005) said romantic relationships has the similarity to riding roller coasters because of its amazing highs and lows. In certain relationships, these types of roller coaster events occur on a daily basis with their romantic spouse. Latest research states “Perceptions of daily relationship events strongly color how individuals construe their romantic partners’ underlying motives and intentions and that these construals can have consequences for the future of their relationships” (Campbell, Simpson, Boldry, & Kashy, 2005, pg....   [tags: anxious people, house chores, finances]

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Moral Luck and Internal Justification

- Despite his two claims being about morality in general, Williams focuses his argument on cases of internal justification based on internal moral assessments. He claims that whether an agent views himself as justified may depend largely on luck. However, this justification may never be pertinent to external agents, insofar as external agents have no obligation to listen to personal justifications. Notably, Williams isn’t arguing against a particular philosophy but against a common-sense view that morality is both immune from luck and a supreme value....   [tags: WIlliam, arguments, moral assessments]

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Criminal Minds And Internal Motivation

- Evolution of civilization has also increased the need of controlling the crimes in the society, and the official systems including police, criminologists are trying their best to understand and solve these issues based on psychological terms. Multiple theories regarding the criminal minds and internal motivation has been proposed in all the years. Internal motivation has also played an integral role in a crime committed by a specific person. Choice theory takes its basis from this statement, and motivation can be of “a variety of reasons, including greed, revenge, need, anger, lust, jealousy, thrill seeking or variety” (Siegel, Brown, & Hoffman, p....   [tags: Crime, Robbery, Theft, Bank robbery]

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Operating System And Internal Control

- Operating System and Internal Control According to research, it shows that 67 percent of restaurant in Canada close down in three years. And this is because of many reasons but, one of the most important reasons is because most restaurants have a poor operating and internal controlling system. But as for our restaurant, the so called ``little things`` are very vital to us we consider them all to be of great importance and put things into perspective. Therefore, effective and efficient laws and regulation are put into writing for staff to follow....   [tags: Food, Cooking, Order fulfillment, The Guest]

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Internal Control Practice Of Separation

- a) The internal control practice of separation failed in this case based on several practices within the organization. Even though, the controller was making the accounting error and the CEO and CFO were aware. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act will hold management, the board of directors, external auditors, and the oversight board, accountable. The action of the controller and the CEO, CFO not establishing clear lines of authority and responsibility, do not only affect management. As described in our reading, establishing clear lines of authority and responsibility was overlooked in the Automation company example....   [tags: Corporate governance, Management, Accountancy]

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Validity: External, Internal, and Construct

- Validity In research paradigm, validity and reliability are the most basic characteristic issues used in qualitative and quantitative analysis. Validity as a psychometric standard is embedded in a positivist approach, which is relevant in reflecting on the qualitative point of view ascribed to the establishment of the truth. In view of this, definition of positivism ascribe to a theory systematic to validity. Additionally, other empirical conceptions culminating from resided validity include truth, deduction, universal laws, evidence, reason, and actuality among others....   [tags: Business Management ]

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Construct, Internal, and External Validity

- ... But both argued that due to time and financial constraints, they could not review the data collected with key informants to correct any mistake, inaccuracies, clarifications which to some extent threatened the validity of their studies. 8.2 Internal Validity This refers to establishing a causal relationship, whereby certain conditions are shown to lead to other conditions (Yin, 2009, p.40). The goal of seeking to establish causality is more evident in explanatory or causal studies rather than descriptive or exploratory studies (ibid)....   [tags: data, evidence, study]

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The Internal Patterns Of Culture

- 1. The term culture is still loosely defined (Ramirez-Esparza et al., 2006). Culture is lifestyle choices taken on by certain groups of people in relation to their values, beliefs, behaviors, and the symbols they utilize (Marsella et al., 2000). Furthermore, culture is transmitted from generation to generation through behaviors such as imitation and communication for adjustment, adaptation, and group survival (Ramirez-Esparza et al., 2006). These cultural patterns may become dysfunctional or prone to revision and subjected to change (Marsella et al., 2000)....   [tags: Big Five personality traits]

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The Baby 's Internal Organs

- The second premises state that by week six and eight, the baby’s internal organs begins to work and its heart has been beating since the third week. According to Dr. Ben Carson states that life begins when the heart starts to beat. (Hunter, M. 2015). Since the fetus heart is already beating by week three, it is alive and therefore having an abortion at this stage is immoral because it is taking an innocent life away. There has been cases where babies have been aborted while the heart is still beating, this is cruel because nobody has the right to destroy another life....   [tags: Pregnancy, Abortion, Human, Morality]

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Internal Influences On Social Norms

- There are many different things that influence our behavior from internal influences to social norms. Social norms are explicit rules that govern how we behave in our society. Social norms influence our behavior more than any of us realize, but we all notice when a norm has been broken. Breaking a social norm is not an easy task and often leads us feeling uncomfortable whether we broke the norm ourselves or witnessed someone else breaking it. Sometimes however, you just have to break a norm to see what happens our professor gave us an assignment that is really easy, but also difficult to do because we have to break a norm in from of people....   [tags: Sociology, Norm, Heteronormativity]

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Why the Film The Man of Steel is a Classical Hollywood Film

- The Golden Age of film or the Classical Hollywood way of storytelling contains five rules which are prevalent throughout the 2013 film, “Man of Steel.” These rules can be supported by connecting them with examples from the movie. In this film there are several examples and situations which reflect the entirety of a classical Hollywood film. In my opinion, I believe “Man of Steel” would be completely classified as a classical Hollywood film. Starting with rules one and two which presents actor Henry Cavill aka Clark Kent, a psychologically developed character who struggles with an interpersonal conflict along with obstacles he faces in the real world....   [tags: conflict, rules, resolution, plot]

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Conflicts between Organizations

- ‘’Conflict is the process of opposition and confrontation that occur in organizations between either individuals or group-occurs when parties exercise power in the pursuit of valued goals or objectives and obstruct the progress of other parties’’ (Wagner and Hollenbeck 2010, p.227) . Oceanic Bank International Plc(OBI) is one of Nigeria’s foremost financial services institutions. The bank serves customers spread across all tires of government, corporate organisation, small and medium enterprises and individuals....   [tags: Marketing, Oceanic Bank International Plc]

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Conflicts in A Rose For Emily" By William Faulkner

- A Rose For Emily is a short story that was written in 1930, by William Faulkner. It is considered to be among the greatest piece of literature that has been interpreted many times. This is a story about the life and death of the protagonist Emily Grierson. The story is arrayed in five sections. First, it starts with the death of the protagonist, and her encounter with the tax officials when they came to inquire bout her tax payment. Next, is her father’s death followed by Emily going to a local store to buy poison for an unknown reason that the author conceals....   [tags: Faulkner, Grierson, literature]

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Native American Conflicts

- On the summer days of June 25-26, 1876 the Battle of the Little Bighorn took place in the southeastern area of the Montana territory. The battlefield is very close to the Little Bighorn River itself, in what is now present day Big Horn County, Montana. The adversaries in this battle were the U.S. Army’s 7th Cavalry, commanded by General George A. Custer against the Indian tribes of the Northern Cheyenne, Lakota Sioux, and Arapaho under the leadership of Sitting Bull. Several years after the Civil War had ended, the U.S....   [tags: indians, plains, army]

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Effectiveness of the United Nations in International Conflicts

- The United Nations emerged from flame and destruction, from bombs and debris. Six years and one day was how long the most terrible war in all of human history lasted, a war meant to stop the spread of tyrannical fascism and cruelty that had taken root in the hearts of the Axis nations of Germany, Japan and Italy. Over sixty million left dead and a world of divided nations left after in its dark wake, per statistics given by Emily Owen. From this pain and death the world community finally realized that they could not continue to act so divided if the world and human civilization were to survive....   [tags: war, league of nations, allied powers]

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Conflict Between Conflict And Conflict Management

- Conflict is the difference between people whom due to some conflict or opposition status and perceived inconsistency. Conflict management is the practice of being able to identify and handle conflicts sensibly, fairly, and efficiently. Thomas and Kilmann (2002) indicate that conflict management is to enhance learning and group outcomes, including innovation, creativity, effectiveness or performance in organizational setting. Interaction point of view does not mean that all conflicts are good. Some conflict support target groups; and to improve work performance groups, they are functioning constructive conflict....   [tags: Management, Conflict, Conflict management]

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Conflicts between Characters in the Glass Menagerie

- The Glass Menagerie is a tale of a family caught up in their own deep struggles and sometimes selfish dreams. Throughout this memory play, the Wingfield’s struggles and conflicts lie deep within themselves, but also with each other. Laura and Tom each have profound conflicts with their mother, Amanda. What Laura wants for herself is completely different from what Amanda wants for her, as it is with Tom and Amanda. Laura’s quiet, timid life with her glass figurines greatly differs from the vivacious, successful, gentlemen- seeking life that Amanda wishes her to pursue....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Analytical Essay]

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Family Conflicts And The Parent Child Relationship

- An Insight to Family Conflicts and the Parent-Child Relationship observed in Writing Vs. the Modern Society There is a noticeable gap in regards to family conflicts and parent-child relationships in today’s society; it is also a prominent topic in writing. “The developmental stake and developmental schism hypothesis provides a useful framework for understanding why tensions exist in the parent and adult child relationship across the lifespan”(Psychology and Aging). This means that due to behaviors changing and the world around us changing, that it causes altered perspectives between the parent and the child which causes problems....   [tags: Family, Parent, Parenting, Short story]

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Benefits of Internal Controls

- ... The announcement of deficiencies causes a lack of faith in the operations of the company which could cause the company’s stock to drop immediately, while investors begin to establish the extent of the damage. There are some possible limitations in the efficiency of internal controls. Some specific limitations can consist of human factors or system omissions (Financial Accountability Handbook, 2013). Some examples may include carelessness, poor judgment by staff members, or even a lack of knowledge....   [tags: safeguards, finances, responsibilities]

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The Religious Conflicts Between Israelis And Palestinians

- When the religious conflicts between Israelis and Palestinians began to emerge, it set off a whirlwind of wars and struggles that has lasted longer than a century. Because Jews wanted to live as a national entity, the Arabs felt that their own national entity was being threatened. In Raymond Scheindlin’s A Short History of the Jewish People, he explains the Jew’s and Arab’s reasoning as to why this violence ensued while the movie The Other Son gave reasoning as to why this war was senseless. After years of being a barely tolerated foreign body and dealing with continued anti-Semitism in Europe, Jews were ready for restoration to a normal existence as a national entity....   [tags: Israel, Zionism, Palestinian people, Palestine]

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The American civil war: causes and conflicts

- The American Civil War, which began in 1861 to 1865, has gone down in history as the one of the most significant events to have ever occurred in the United States of America, thus far. At that time, questions had arose wondering how the United States ever got so close to hitting rock bottom, especially being that it was a conflict within the country itself. Hostility steadily grew through the years dividing the nation further and further, and finally leading to the twelfth day in April 1861 in Fort Sumter, North Carolina....   [tags: American History, The South, Confederacy]

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The Internal Branding Process

- The roles of internal branding process and hierarchical level associate with employee’s knowledge and buy in behavior What is brand. Brand is a trade name which can distinguish from other product or service (Intellectual property office, 2013). Another meaning of the brand is to convey the promise or message to the customer (Intellectual property office, 2013). A powerful brand can lead the company to go further in the industry and it can develop the company's potential (Temporal, 2010). Therefore, brand is a signifying of the company....   [tags: increasing competitiveness]

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Overview of Internal Marketing

- Table of content Introduction………………………………………………………………………………..1 Internal Marketing………………………………………………………………………..2 Market Orientation……………………………………………………………………….2 Internal Marketing within the organization…………………………………………….4 Conclusion…………………………………………………………………………………5 List of References…………………………………………………………………………6 1. Introduction Since more than 25 years the idea of internal marketing has been discussed in a wide range of the academic literature. The confusion has been further increased several practitioners and researchers over the years as there is a great confusion about its exact definition but today IT is described as activities, actions and managerial directions an organization too...   [tags: organizational culture, marketing management]

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Interracial Conflicts between Employees and Supervisors

- Could you imagine being limited by something that has nothing to do with your skills or ability. If you look at the leadership positions of many of the world’s top companies, you will find few women occupying them. This distinction can also be related to the role of Hispanic people in companies. It is very obvious when one contemplates the number of Hispanic leaders versus White leaders. Something is preventing them from being successful in the top. Although many people believe that interracial conflicts are mostly a thing of the past, even though this is still projecting as an invisible barrier in one of the most prominent areas of life: the workplace....   [tags: prejudice at the workplace]

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Conflicts Between Christians and Jews are Low

- ... There won’t be a high level of conflict because the two religions are so close to each other, both religions are monotheist, Both religions have holy places within Jerusalem, Both religions originate with Adam and Eve, Both religions have Abraham in their history, and lastly Christianity branches from Judaism. The differences between Judaism and Christianity may cause conflict but at a very low level. Their differences are the very thing that make them different religions, if they didn’t exist then they should be the same thing....   [tags: religion, tolerance, monotheistic]

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