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    Careers in Rural Areas

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    When going to work in a rural area there are many things that need to be considered. One job that a starting social worker may take would be in the area of activism in the community. Community activists are present in many organizations and even work in many rural environments. One good example of a rural area that has community activists is Jay County. In order to transition to a new job in a rural setting it is important to look at all areas of life. Some of the areas that should be looked at

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    Tourism in Rural Areas Task Two P3- Describe the motivation for three different types of visitor, to each visit two specific rural areas. M1- Explain the different types of activities that motivate three different types of visitor to one rural area within the UK. Part One- Visitor motivation Families- Families are motivated to visit rural areas for the following reasons: -Relaxation -Adventure -Novelty Relaxation- Some families will find the thought of having the chance to relax

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    the two areas of living people choose to live are urban area and rural area. Malaysia has not much differences from others countries because the community in Malaysia also can be characterize between live in urban area or rural area. Live in urban area and rural area necessarily have it own differences and advantages. Because of environment, cultures and facilities, live in the urban area is differ from the rural area. Firstly, the different between living in the urban area and rural area is the

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    There are advantages and disadvantages to living in both urban and rural settings. I myself have spent about half of my life in both. The first 17 years of my life were spent in an area so desolate, that to this day there is no cell phone service there. Since I escaped, I went on to live in Portland, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Maui and Chicago. The one difference I see the most, is that I miss the desolate place more as I get older. That might just be me missing my childhood though. In Rebecca Skloot’s

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    Urban rural migration refers to as the change of people from one geographical area to another, whether permanently or temporarily. The reasons as to why people make migrate usually differ from ones personal level. Migration, therefore, has socio- economic, demographic and educational characteristics that affect a particular individual or family. If development was referred as having access to available resources, we see that whether it is access to clean water, income, health care, good and clean

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    The experiences of different groups in rural settings are of significant importance to the study of rural geography itself. In particular, the experiences of both young people and travellers, often labelled as "others", are important in the way they provide a different perspective on rural spaces and cultures from the common `productivist' and `idyllic' cultural views. However, because they are minority groups and "different" from the "normal" majority, young people and travellers experience significant

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    From 2000 until 2030 the urbanized areas will be nearly tripled1 because of the demographic transition from rural to urban. The use of dark building materials, such as asphalt and concrete, leads to a lower albedo in urbanized areas than in natural environment2, fostering local and global warming. In turn, the increase in urban albedo might support climate stabilization efforts3. Here, we investigate the potential effect of the increase in albedo in a representative set of European cities relying

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    of reasons exist that are extremely complex. The book Rural Women Battering and the Justice System (Websdale, 1998) offers several reasons why women stay in... ... middle of paper ... ... to stay in abusive relationships. Conclusion The tragedy of domestic violence is not new. Historically not only have men had legal rights to beat their spouse but is presently socially endorsed in rural regions. Woman battering is a problem in rural regions that has been ignored far too long. As noted by

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    with the objective of promoting a self reliant rural economy. KVIC is also helping the rural people in the village and cottage Industries by providing various incentives and organizing various training programs thereby increasing employment avenues in rural and backward areas. Government of India has created the rural infrastructure development fund in NABARD to create infrastructure such as irrigation, roads, bridges and market yards in rural areas. D) Sericulture: Jharkhand carries the

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    Lenovo Case Study

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    On the road toward internationalization, the thinking and exploring of Lenovo’s corporate social responsibility has been advanced. From a native private enterprise develop to today 's multinational enterprises, the development of Lenovo has experienced several historical stages, each stage has different understanding of corporate social responsibility, but Lenovo has been looking for the path of sustainable development of enterprise. No other private enterprises have experienced the road which Lenovo

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