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    Landcare Revegetation

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    Rehabilitation is the process of reclaiming land for economical or conservation purposes. This process usually involves re-vegetation. The main aim in rehabilitation is to either return the land to a self-sustaining ecosystem or prepare the land for human use, i.e. crops, pastures and plantations. Rehabilitation should take place at a rate that is significantly higher than natural succession. Several principles are implemented for successful rehabilitation. Of these principles includes the need for

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    Another Feminism

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    relations between the sexes is 'patriarchy'. This essay will discuss the strengths and weaknesses of four different feminist theoretical orientations. Liberal feminism Liberal feminists are the least 'radical' of all feminist perspectives. The main aim of the liberal feminists is the creation of equal opportunities, particularly in education and work. Probably the most positive thing liberal feminism has for itself is the fact that it has contributed to considerable social change, especially in relation

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    The Nature of the Hidden Curriculum (a) According to Marxist, the main aim of the education system is to provide capitalist with a workforce equip with all the values, attitudes and beliefs that will assist them in their aim to maximize profits. If the aims of capitalism are to be achieved it will need to be consistently supplied with a docile, highly motivated and subservient workforce. The education system achieves this through the implementation of the hidden curriculum. The hidden

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    Juvenile Crime

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    avoid the disgrace of being classified in legal records as criminals. Juvenile delinquency laws were designed to provide treatment, rather than punishment, for juvenile offenders. Young delinquents usually are sent to juvenile courts, where the main aim is to rehabilitate offenders, rather than to punish them. But the term juvenile delinquency itself has come to imply disgrace in today's society. A youngster can be labeled a delinquent for breaking any one of a number of laws, ranging from robbery

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    that has enabled them to become a successful organisation. The training programmes are usually carried out in a consistent and formal way. HSBC believe that this is a key way of motivating their employees. Ø Training and Development The main aim of training and development at HSBC is to develop and improve the employees within the company. Delivery The training cycle above shows that there are four different areas that need to be looked at (needs analysis, evaluation, delivery and

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    trolley has at the top of the ramp should be transferred directly into kinetic energy, but this doesn’t happen as some of the energy is wasted as heat and sound. The more KE the trolley gains, the faster it moves. Kinetic energy = ½mv² The main aim of this investigation is to find the acceleration of the trolley as the height of the ramp is increased. Acceleration occurs if the velocity of an object changes. Acceleration = change in velocity / time taken Friction will also affect the speed

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    Sorrows Of Young Werther

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    the other it also dwelled on sympathy. It was the aim of most romantic writers and poets to engage in development of characters that would attract sympathy and pity. However in this novel, while it may be sympathy, pity or self-injury that served as one of the motivating forces behind creation of the character of Werther, it also appears that psychological exploration of the mental state of a person caught in this unfortunate situation was the main aim. Werther's character is seriously delusional. He

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    What is an ICT system?

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    Types of ICT system ------------------- There are different types of ICT system. The main aim of each system decides which name is sometimes used for it. Information systems Many ICT systems are set up to manage data and information. Examples of these are a Sports Club membership system or a Supermarket Stock system. Control Systems Other ICT systems have controlling machines as their main aim. They still use input, process and output, but the output may be moving a robot arm to weld

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    Osmosis

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    Osmosis Aim. My main aim in this experiment is to find out if osmosis occurs in a potato, and how it affect the potato in different molar solutions of sucrose and water. Apparatus. Stop Watch 18 test tubes 3 test tube racks Potatoes Potato cutter Scalpel Scales Heatproof mat Ruler Tissue paper 50 ml Measuring cylinder Sucrose solutions Prediction. Osmosis is the passing of water molecules from a weaker solution to a stronger solution through a

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    Osmosis Experiment with Parsnip Through Differing Concentration of Sucrose Aim: My main aim in this experiment is to find out if osmosis occurs in a parsnip, and how it affects the parsnip in a different concentration of sucrose solution and water Plan: I will first make a prediction using the knowledge I have on osmosis and I will then carry out the investigation to prove whether concentration affects osmosis in a potato. Using my results I will then try to find a pattern and prove

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