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  • Carmeli Et Al. Case Study

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    The key factors of Carmeli’s et al. (2011) study are CEO empowering, TMT behavioural integration and the resulting effect on firm performance. In order to gain a coherent understanding, Carmeli et al. (2011) enhance the identification of leadership and group processes to explain the concept of behavioural integration. This approach includes the aspect of team potency. Afterwards the focus lies on the resulting effect on firm performance, which is influenced by perceived environmental uncertainty

  • Hamdi et al. v. Rumsfeld

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    Hamdi et al. v. Rumsfeld Hamdi et al. v. Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense, et al. could prove the undoing of the Bush administration’s legal defense of the abuses at Guantanamo Bay. In this case, four British citizens are suing Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld as well as a host of Army and Air Force Generals and policy apparatchiks for allegedly authorizing the use of torture in Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay. The four were captured in Afghanistan, either by Americans or America’s ally, the

  • The Toxic Turth About Sugar by Lustig et al.

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    “The Toxic Truth About Sugar”, written by Lustig et al. varies in their usage of rhetorical strategies to try to have their readers better understand that sugar, as common as it is, can be very dangerous when a big amount is consumed in one day. The numbers in our world don’t lie: A shocking statistic is that there are currently thirty percent more people who are obese than there are healthy. This discussion arose from the staggering facts that obesity is becoming more of an epidemic than ever before

  • American Express Company, et al. vs. Italian Color

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    2014. . "Supreme Court Decides American Express Co. Et Al v. Italian Colors Restaurant Et Al." - The Law Firm of Faegre Baker Daniels. N.p., n.d. Web. 02 Mar. 2014. .

  • Pascal Surocco Et. Al. V. Geary Case Study

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    Case: Pascal Surocco et. al. v. John W. Geary. California Supreme Court, 3 Cal. 69; 58 Am. Dec. 385. (1853) Applicable law: • Necessitas inducit privilegium quod jura privata [necessity provides a privilege for private rights]. • If a property is on fire, the risk of the fire spreading is imminent, and society as a whole would benefit from the removal of an adjacent building to slow or stop the fire’s progression, then the adjacent property should be destroyed/removed. Facts: • Defendant, John

  • Federal Aviation Administration, et. al., Petitioners v. Stanmore Cawthon

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    FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, et al., Petitioners v. STANMORE CAWTHON Facts Stanmore Cawthon Cooper was a pilot who contracted HIV during his time in service for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA); at the time he was diagnosed the FAA did not issue medical certificates, which are required as a precondition to operate aircraft to persons with HIV. Subsequently Mr. Cooper applied to the Social Security Administration to receive benefits based on his diagnosis and thereafter renewed his

  • “Drawing on the work of Hau et al (2012) discuss how employee knowledge sharing intentions are affected by individual motivation and social capita...

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    as know-how or skill” (Hau et al, 2012, 256). “Tacit knowledge is difficult to share because it is subjected and personal in nature and therefore difficult to extract from the heads of individuals.” (Sanchez paper, 3). Nonaka (1994 ,19) claims that “tacit knowledge is deeply rooted in action, commitment and involvement in a specific context”. On the other hand explicit knowledge is “easily expressed and can be communicated in for form of written documents” (Hau et al, 2012, 256). It can be identified

  • Analysis of Article: “Influence of Mass Media on Body Image and Eating Disordered Attitudes and Behaviors in Females” by Jordi Fauquet, et al.

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    perspective. This slightly new understanding of media permits an individual to decide on their own how to view “body norms” without being submerged by the surrounding stereotyped misconceptions of body image. Works Cited Lopez-Guimera, Gemma, et al. "Influence Of Mass Media On Body Image And Eating Disordered Attitudes And Behaviors In Females: A Review Of Effects And Processes." Media Psychology 13.4 (2010): 387-416. Academic Search Complete. Web. 12 Mar. 2014.

  • The Political Psychology of Al-Qaeda

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    The purpose of this paper is to understand the role of Al-Qaeda , which is known to be a terrorist group , in politics through analysing the composition and the structure of the group , the psychology of Osama Bin Laden, the leader , and through analysing the psychology of its members. It is crucial to note that groups have a very important role in politics that can not be neglected , and that groups with a large number of members , like Al-Qaeda , have big role not only in politics but also in

  • The Use of Music Therapy in the NICU

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    (Keith et al., 2009). Overall, the findings conclude that premature infants were responsive to auditory stimulation (Katz, 1971; Keith et al., 2009). Research suggests that premature infant responses to auditory stimulation in the NICU have promoted other facilities to use this approach amongst this population Music therapy stimulates positive changes in other physiological indicators. Research indicates that music therapy increases oxygen saturation levels in premature infants (Loewy et al., 2013)