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15 Jan 2009

Community festivals and events - Their role in raising awareness, generating pride and fostering a sense of belonging within socially isolated areas

Essay - 5 pages - Social sciences

Phillip Kotler's traditional definition of a product (1997) includes anything that can be offered to a market that might satisfy a demand. This large definition embraces goods, services, retail stores, persons, ideas and also places. Place marketing usually concerns countries, regions and big...

22 Apr 2009

A discussion and analysis of community health in Manchester

Thesis - 5 pages - Social sciences

The aim of this essay is to show an understanding of community health. For the purpose of this essay the community, which will be discussed, will be Priory ward in Sale, which is part of Trafford in Manchester. The role and function of agencies and professionals in the delivery of...

20 Feb 2009

Re-entry programs for juveniles: Suggestions for improving rehabilitative efforts and including juveniles in the community

Essay - 15 pages - Social sciences

Children who have spent time committed in juvenile facilities need assistance with returning to their communities. In collaboration with various educational institutions and other non-profit organizations, the Massachusetts Department of Youth Services, has created a number of community...

21 Oct 2009

How Black Panthers party empowered the black community and the causes of its demise

Thesis - 5 pages - Political science

The topic I wish to know more about is the Black Panther Party's acts of empowerment in the Black community and what led the party to its demise. The emergence of the Black Panther Party began some 40 plus years ago, which makes it a part of the post-Civil Rights era, pertaining to...

31 May 2009

The anti-apocalyptic Markan community

Dissertation - 7 pages - Humanities/philosophy

Apocalyptic literature often is ignored when constructing theology and ethics. Theologians and ethicists ignore scriptural images of otherworldly beasts and supernatural beings. Prophesy of cosmic suffering and references to apocalyptic literature are not calculated in the work of most...

22 May 2009

Business community and automation of business processes

Tutorials/exercises - 36 pages - Business strategy

The goal of this study was to understand the needs of business community for the automation/computerization of business processes and the level of automation that exists in business. The data was collected using a structured questionnaire through a direct interview method. One hundred...

19 May 2009

Tropical wasteland: A fort Lauderdale community's battle for justice

Thesis - 5 pages - Sociology

On the surface, Sunny South Florida may seem like an ideal resort area with abundant affluence and beautiful scenery. Once one heads away from the beach and toward I-95, however, a different story emerges. Densely packed neighborhoods populated mostly by minority citizens are the norm, and it...

09 Jan 2009

The gay community in the USA: from marginal to mainstream?

Thesis - 14 pages - Social sciences

Today, the concern of minorities' rights is crucial in the United States of America. The rights of the homosexual community represent a wedge issue. The homosexuals, indeed, acquire more and more rights in the United States and this acquirement causes a great debate in the entire country....

13 Jan 2009

Justice depends on the identification of the individuals with their community

Thesis - 5 pages - Criminal law

Seyla Benhabib in The Claims of Culture reported the case of a young Laotian American woman abducted from her work at Fresno State University and then raped. Her assailant, a Hmong/Laotian immigrant, argued that among his tribe this behaviour is the customary way to choose a bride. He uses...

13 Jan 2009

Describe what you would want to tell the white community about how the legacy of our history helps to explain racial divisions and disparities that persist today

Thesis - 3 pages - Social sciences

America has a long history of racism and discrimination against its Black community. One has to keep in mind the centuries long history of slavery which came to an end only over one century ago in the South. It is also necessary to remind of how close to us is the end of segregation, as...

15 Jan 2009

Why has the Franco German partnership played such a pivotal role throughout the development of the European Community

Essay - 5 pages - International relations

After the end of the World War Two, France and Germany experienced hostile relations. Indeed, from 1945 to 1950, the two countries were both traumatized by the souvenir of their mutual occupation. On the French side, the Nazi's occupation had created a feeling of revenge, and on the German's one,...

07 May 2009

Knowledge in organizations: What is a community of practice?

Thesis - 4 pages - Management

This report presents you the concept of a community of practice. Normally the term community of practice in reduced to CoP and this term was created by Jean Lave and Etienne Wenger in 1991. Now to understand this notion, we should understand the fathers of this notion. Jean Lave is...

11 Jun 2008

How the mass media influences the global community

Essay - 5 pages - Social sciences

Over the course of the last three decades, notable changes have taken place in the context of international discourse. Although many of these changes have occurred as the natural result of the evolution of individual countries, overall changes in the international community have been...

08 Jul 2008

The development of the modern film industry in the Untied States and the international community

Essay - 9 pages - Film studies

Throughout the course of the twentieth century, the evolution of technology has notably changed society. While many scholars looking at the changes that technology has produced consider the improvements that have been in terms of medicine and technology, it is evident that technology has had a...

04 Jun 2008

An essay on how Islamic fundamentalism has promulgated problems for members of the Muslim community in Europe

Essay - 3 pages - Accounting

The September 11th terrorist attacks and other international acts of terrorism that have been carried out a recent years have had a significant impact not only are the United States, all the international community as well. Unfortunately, for many Muslims living in various parts of the...

17 Jun 2008

Examining how reducing America's presence in the international community could benefit the process of globalization and the domestic development of the United States

Essay - 4 pages - International relations

The process of globalization is one that has carried with it a high price for the United States. While the US has been able to extend its overall reach into the international community, not all countries in the international community have been receptive of America's presence. The...

20 Jun 2008

Community Influences on Nicaraguan Immigrant Acculturation

Essay - 3 pages - Social sciences

When faced with a host environment, immigrants must decipher the systems of their new community much like their translation of their new language. The incumbent policies and procedures for participating in a host community require a social adaptation on behalf of the immigrants....

27 Jun 2008

Community acquired pneumonia

Tutorials/exercises - 6 pages - Medical studies

Community acquired pneumonia is the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States affecting over 1 million individuals costing the government over $10 billion in treatment and patient care (Stanton, 2002). Statistics given by the US Department of Health and Human Services (2002) show...

21 Aug 2008

The contribution made to the concept of the supremacy of European Community Law by the judgment of the European Court of Justice

Essay - 5 pages - International law

The tension between European Community law (EC) and national law is arguably the most debated topic of constitutional law . The convention of Parliamentary supremacy is rooted within the British constitution as a fundamental limb of the separation of powers doctrine . Constitutional...

17 Nov 2008

Africville: The destruction of a community in the name of urban renewal

Essay - 4 pages - Social sciences

Africville was a black community located on the outskirts of Halifax, built by Loyalist descendants, and destroyed for the sake of urban renewal in the late 1960s. Canada has always prided itself on its race relations, often comparing its own history with that of the United States....

02 May 2007

The Latino community in New York City

Essay - 4 pages - Geography

Traditionally, the media tend to focus their attention on the Latino migration in States such as Texas, California, New Mexico, in other words on southern states close to the Mexican border. The East Coast seems to be completely forgotten as if it remained the gateway of the Europeans into...

19 Dec 2007

Karlene Kincaid v. River Bluffs Community College : Appeal

Essay - 8 pages - Civil law

This appeal is from the order granting Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment in the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri, Western Division. The District Court had jurisdiction over this case pursuant to 28 U.S.C. ยง 1331 (2002) because this case arises under the...

29 Apr 2023

Corporate digital communication - Lacoste

Case study - 36 pages - Medias&communication marketing

This document tackles Lacoste's corporate digital communication plan and strategy. To study the communication plan and strategy, a full analysis is presented in the document, concerning Lacoste's customers, its environment, its online advertising and many more aspects.

18 Aug 2014

Reggae Music- Culture, tool for social change and communication

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

1960 commonly referred to as the sixties refers to the time denoting the complex interrelated cultural and political trends across the globe. It is referred to as the actual decade when decolonization took place in most parts of the world. In Africa, 32 countries gained independence from the...

19 Aug 2014

Picture archiving communication systems (PACS) in the medical sector

Case study - 3 pages - Computer science

In the past, there were many channels and steps that were followed in the transmission and storage of images. However, the introduction of PACS brought a solution to this problem. There is a requirement to review this newly introduced technology. It is instrumental, especially in the medical...

31 Jul 2014

Non Verbal Communication

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

Non verbal communication is a form of communication between people that primarily relies on facial expressions, gestures and body posture as opposed to words. Non verbal communication can be used to play a variety of roles including; repetition of the message being conveyed, contradiction of the...

29 Oct 2014

Letter of Advice: Interpersonal Communications

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

In this paper a will write a letter of advice to a newly engaged couple on how they can effectively use interpersonal communication to improve their relationship by discussing these five areas: •Develop strategies for active, critical, and empathic listening. •Recognize how words have...

07 Nov 2014

Creating and Sustaining Brand through Marketing Communications

Case study - 13 pages - Services marketing

The following dissertation provides an examination of the contribution of maintaining an integrated marketing communication to build and support the brands. In build up to the objective of the text, several concepts are sufficiently oriented. Further, an evaluative approach is maintained in the...

05 Nov 2014

Practical ways teachers can promote student communication and teaching of the world language- Burke (2010)

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

In order to be effective in the teaching of the world language, language teachers need to find the most effective ways that will develop not only the learners interest in the language but also competence in the usage of the L2. This is because the ultimate goal of teaching a second language to...

07 Nov 2014

Education Sector and Information Communication Technology

Case study - 7 pages - Business strategy

Information Communication Technology is a general term that encompasses all communication devices and the various applications that are associated withthem. ICT devices may include among others, radio, computers, television, phones and satellite systems. The services and applications associated...