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  • Research Critique of New Graduates' Perceptions of Clinical Practice

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    Research Critique of New Graduates' Perceptions of Clinical Practice The article involved in this research critique focuses on the "stresses and challenges experienced by graduate nurses in clinical practice during their initial orientation period and examines the relationship of social support to these stresses" (Oermann, 1997). The critiquing of this article will address the purpose of the article, the design of the research, the presentation of the findings in the study and the significance

  • Use of Qualitative and Quantitative Research in New Product Development

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    business plan to present to upper management to justify the funds and support for new product initiatives, projects and activities. The research methodologies of quantitative, qualitative and experimental research are important processes to assess, identify and refine the many variables which help define the path to decision-making for new product development, product lines and product portfolios. Primary research can be conducted by me or a company I hire to gather data and information for a specific

  • New Paradigm For Marketing Research In The Information Age

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    New Paradigm for Marketing Research in the Information Age Doug, Justin, Matt, Rhette Introduction u Feature, Function, Benefit of Service to Firm, Market and Culture u Identification of Internal and External Customers u Comparative and Competitive Advantage u SWOT Analysis u Financial Opportunities u Human Resource/Workforce & Customer Service Concerns u Role of Advertising, Promotions and Channel Partners u Externalities– Positive and Negative Function of Marketing Research in

  • Brave New World Research Paper

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    feel better and take away all the stress? So many questions and risks go along with taking anti-depressants. If there were no risks or dangers of taking an anti-depressant, wouldn’t anti-depressants be worldwide? In 1932 the fictional novel, Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, there is such a thing. This drug is called soma. Soma’s chemistry and ingredients are unknown seeing as this drug is completely fictional. Supposedly “perfect,” soma is a type of drug, with no immediate side effects, that lets

  • Marketing Research on the New Volkswagen Golf

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    Marketing Research on the New Volkswagen Golf Marketing research aims to take some of the risk out of marketing decisions by providing information that can form part or the entire basis of decision-making. It is applicable to all aspects of marketing-mix decisions and should be an integral part of the process of formulating marketing strategy. Marketing research by definition is the function that links the consumer, customer and public to the market through information- information used to identify

  • New Chemical Research and its Costs to Society

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    New Chemical Research and its Costs to Society Introduction and Background Chemical research is not a new practice. The beginnings of chemical research began thousands years ago. (1) Throughout the history of chemical research, many discoveries have been made, but none without cost. Nothing about chemical research is free. The is because, according to current economic theory nothing is free. There is always an opportunity cost, something given up, in order for anything to be done. This principle

  • The Fama Critique Compared to New Research

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    The Fama Critique Compared to New Research 1. Introduction Over the last couple of decades there has been a debate going whether or not there are behavioral aspects in finance. This means that financial markets are subject to different investors’ sentiments and that markets are not efficient, i.e. the efficient market hypothesis (EMH) does not hold. The supporters of EMH argue that all available information is included in the stock prices, which means that any long-term abnormal returns earned

  • Research on the Demand for a New Jam Product

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    Background of the Study In (2004), USDA scientists investigated over 100 foods to measure their antioxidant concentration per serving size. Jam sandwiches are thought to have originated at around the 19th century in the United Kingdom. Two apples - Red Delicious and Granny Smith - ranked 12th and 13th respectively. Antioxidants are disease-fighting compounds. Scientists believe these compounds help prevent and repair oxidation damage that happens during normal cell activity. In Scotland they are

  • The Impact of New Media on Audience Research

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    recordings to television, radio and films, and now to the new media relying on the digital technologies. Nowadays, almost everyone lives with the support of new media in the daily life. Accordingly, the research of media is also dependent on the evolutions. Thus, this essay will discuss the impacts of new media on audience research from the respects of both values and challenges. 1. Audience Research Audience research, in the qualitative research background, involves a relatively small amount of participants

  • Review of New Treatment for Brain Cancer Research

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    The review and evaluation of the research grant request from Large University Hospital was completed using the “Peer Review Process” format below (Office of Extramural Research, 2011). Large University Hospital’s (LUH) research team has completed their pilot study on an innovative treatment for late stage brain cancer patients. The study began within four weeks of the patient’s agreement to participate. Overall Impact. This study revealed the new treatment for late stage brain cancer patients