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  • Fascism - Alternative Approach

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    to its highest tension all human energy and puts the stamp of nobility upon the peoples who have courage to meet it. All other trials are substitutes, which never really put men into the position where they have to make the great decision -- the alternative of life or death.... " This paragraph alone explains the reasons for nearly all modern wars in this century. Mussolini’s founding ideal was that of struggle. He believed war to be the climax of human emotion, believing that peace was not, an..

  • An Approach To Alternative Fuel Vehicle Rentals

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    An Approach to Alternative Fuel Vehicle Rentals As one of the leading car rental companies, Lotus car rental is in a position to take advantage of a great opportunity. This is an opportunity to be one of the first car rental companies to provide our consumers with alternative options to fuel-powered vehicles, and to rise above the competition. Adding alternative fuel vehicles to our car rental fleet will increase our car rental turnover and improve the company's image to consumers. In this presentation

  • Nurse to Patient Ratios: An Alternative Approach

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    In the health care industry, nurse to patient ratios is often a controversial issue. Registered nurses know and continue to reiterate the importance of safe staffing levels in health care facilities. Reductions in nursing budgets, coupled with the expanding nursing shortage, has resulted in a reduction of available nursing staff. As a result, the employed nursing staff are forced to work longer hours with more acutely ill patients. Consequently, patient care is compromised and ultimately perpetuates

  • Nurse to Patient Ratios: An Alternative Approach

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    Medicine: Welton, J. M. (2007, September). Mandatory hospital nurse to patient staffing ratios: Time to take a different approach. Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 12.

  • An Evaluation Of An Alternative Approach To Quality Control And The Effects

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    An evaluation of an alternative approach to quality control and the effects Alternative method for Quality Control that FPS can use Quality control is a system for ensuring the maintenance of proper standards in manufactured goods, especially by periodic random inspections of the product. A strategy that can be used to ensure this and to suit FPS is to test each individual compartment separately this also add value because your in the process of assembling different products to form fire extinguishers

  • Dynamical Systems Theory: An Alternative To Dynamical Approach To Cognition

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    Dynamical Approach Recently approaches based on nonlinear dynamics that focuses on changes in various parameters over time have been proposed as an alternative to symbolic approaches to cognition. Nonlinear dynamics involves modeling or analyzing the system using a set of non-linear differential equations. Dynamical systems theory provides a set of techniques including stability analysis to study cognitive dynamics. Arguments have been made for the extensive use of dynamic approaches (Gibbs, 2006;

  • Human Rights Essay

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    been widely criticised An alternative to the concept of rights is capabilities. While human rights are said to be “entitlements” that all human beings have (Nussbaum, 1997, p.273), capabilities realistically look at what opportunities individuals have and what they are actually able to do or be in their situations or contexts (Nussbaum, 1997, p.285; Whiteside & Mah, 2012, pp.923-4). Amartya Sen and Martha Nussbaum are the central pioneers of the capabilities approach (Alexander, 2004, p.451). The

  • The Green Mountain Resort

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    image to the case study and discuss the possible outcome. Then finally I will discuss thoughts on the statement from the text “if we only draw upon one particular frame, then this will take us away from the thinking about what is going on from an alternative perspective” (Palmer, Dunford, Akin pg. 42, 2009). What Change Images Were Identified in the Case Study The first part of this week’s assignment is to identify the changes images that where discussed in this reading as they relate to Gunter the

  • How Capability Approach View Justice

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    have their existence’, says Pip in Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations, ‘there is nothing so finely perceived and finely felt, as injustice.” (Sen, 2009: p: vii). In 1979 Amartya Sen presented the capability approach as an alternative and improvement on the social primary goods approach provided by John Rawls. And also to the preferences satisfaction and real income ideas as measures for well being for the purposes of justice. in his lecture at Stanford University entitled “Equality of What”. Sen

  • Correlation Between Highly Educated Parents and Students Who Perform Well in School

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    probably a bad thing: if we knew what a child would become before it was born and had a utilitarian conception of the ideal, my brothers and I would not have made it out of the womb (bipolar, retarded, and queer). On the other hand, the capability approach is fundamentally unable to deal with the family as a significant factor in a child's ultimate capabilities, because of its own acknowledged problems with resolving multiple capabilities; in this instance, the capability of the child would limit the