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21 Mar 2009

Youth justice and sentencing in Canada

Thesis - 6 pages - Social sciences

The issue of youth justice is an important one, and especially in Canada. This is because youth in Canada commit a proportionately high percentage of the crime in our society. Youth in Canada (aged 12-18) account for 10 percent of the population, but are responsible for 20 percent of violent...

24 Mar 2009

Freedom of expression and pornography in Canadian Law: An in-depth look

Thesis - 8 pages - Social sciences

Even in a progressive nation like Canada, it can be agreed on by most people that freedom of expression, even though it is a right that we all hold dear, does have its limits. However, the issue that is pertinent, particularly in law, is where this line ought to be drawn. They are issues that...

30 Apr 2009

Blame in the Walkerton water tragedy - A systemic problem

Thesis - 5 pages - Social sciences

This paper will present a case study of the Walkerton, Ontario water tragedy. In particular the paper is concerned to analyze what happened to determine guilt. Who is responsible for what was ultimately a preventable toxic contamination of a town's water supply? What does this tell us about the...

30 Apr 2009

Native education in Canada following the residential school era

Thesis - 9 pages - Social sciences

The history of Native-white relations in Canada is historically, colonial in nature and paternalistic in design, and racist.(Miller: 185) In addition, schooling may not be an idealistic location of growth and study but rather as Metis educator Fyre Graveline (1998) contends, “ideological...

11 May 2009

H & M's strategy

Thesis - 11 pages - Business strategy

H&M offers fashion apparel while maintaining a focus on low prices. The company has more than 1069 stores spread across 21 countries. All H&M stores are owned and solely run by H&M. The company has approximately a hundred designers who work with a team made up of 55 pattern designers, about 100...

12 May 2009

Examining the violence associated with the programme and actions of the Red Army Faction

Thesis - 7 pages - Social sciences

While every species has the capability to act violently towards other creatures; no other organism on the planet does so with such frequency or intensity as human beings. Throughout humanities history violence has targeted people for their beliefs, their ethnicity, and their resources and...

14 May 2009

Translation report: Recipe language

Thesis - 12 pages - Social sciences

It is true that England is not reputed for its cuisine. Perhaps it is significant that there is no real equivalent for the expression bon app├ętit in English (waiters only say “enjoy your meal”). However, there are different specialties in England such as the famous English breakfast...

26 Jun 2009

Endangered speeches: A theoretical approach to aboriginal linguistic minority rights in Canada

Thesis - 5 pages - Sociology

Today, as globalisation and technology rapidly increase along with industrialisation and environmental degradation, many environmentalists are calling to attention the alarming rate at which ecosystems, forests, clean water and even whole species are becoming extinct. Unfortunately, another type...

07 Jul 2009

John Marshall and Mercy Otis Warren

Thesis - 12 pages - Literature

Though John Marshall and Mercy Otis Warren shared little ideological ground when it came to politics, they did come together in their respective revolutionary histories to condemn the treason of Benedict Arnold. During the war, the treason stirred up a good deal of emotionalism; the United...

14 Jul 2009

Micro shareholders: The alternative for young entrepreneurs

Thesis - 6 pages - Business strategy

More than ever, in today's highly competitive marketplace, combined with stringent bank lending requirements, it is next to impossible for a young, aspiring entrepreneur, to obtain funding for his or her business venture, especially as related to building projects. The report will detail how...

03 Aug 2009

Marketing road map of WWF (World Wildlife Federation) for generating funds

Case study - 10 pages - Services marketing

This is an introduction to how the WWF can use one million USD to improve the financial health of the organization in addition to a road map and plan that puts across strategies that would enable the WWF to re-invent itself as an organization, re-position itself as a brand in addition to...

25 Aug 2009

Bahrain: Tourism and hotels

Thesis - 19 pages - Social sciences

The hotel industry is one of the oldest commercial endeavors in the world. The first inns were built way back in the 6th century B.C. and were a result of the urge to travel that happened after the invention of the “wheel". Husband-and-wife teams opened the earliest inns by providing...

30 Oct 2009

Changes in Toronto over the past ten years

Thesis - 2 pages - Social sciences

Toronto is known, the world over, as a haven for multiculturalism, a true ethnic and social melting pot. The city is often called the most ethnically diverse city in the world. While this remains a source of identification for the city, the face of this multiculturalism has visibly changed over...

27 Jul 2010

Telephone interview guide

Thesis - 5 pages - Educational studies

In the jargon of telemarketing or communication, this is often referred to as the concept of transmitter and receiver. In our framework, the person who makes the call and the one who receives it, each have a definite role in the exchange. When you talk on the phone to someone you do not know,...

12 Aug 2010

The epidemic of unemployment among immigrants

Thesis - 3 pages - Social sciences

In times of economic uncertainty, immigrants feel the wave of monetary downturn stronger than any other socio-economic group. Minimum wage and unemployment rates for immigrants rise higher than any other group, as well. This negative relationship for immigrants is not a North American-specific...

30 Apr 2014

From a new organization, to sustainable development: case study of " Bounce of C2D "

Case study - 27 pages - Logistics

After the first case study of C2D, the second case study titled "Bounce of C2D? is presented. This first deliverable is an overview of the project that presents the new management of stock. Schemes and explications will show our final solution, which is based to a restocking set time and quantity...

29 Sep 2010

"The French lost the language war", argues John Kay. Do you agree?

Essay - 1 pages - Humanities/philosophy

Language has become an important issue due to globalization. Previously if a person spoke only one language it did not matter much. However the situation is completely different in the modern world. Learning English has become mandatory for every individual to surive in the globalized world. John...

29 Sep 2010

McDonald's: Intercultural management

Case study - 14 pages - Management

MacDonald's is a multinational company that embraces more than 30,000 fast-food franchises under the brand name, in over 120 countries. It was founded in the United States of America after the crisis of 1929. In the 50s, Ray Kroc took over the company and began to develop it nationally. The...

29 Sep 2010

Does Marketing threaten children's education at primary school?

Dissertation - 60 pages - Services marketing

This project aims to identify the ethical problem of marketing by aiming at children, and will focus on children in primary school. This area has interested people since the last decade and the likes of psychologists, doctors, marketers have always tried to understand the power of brands on...

29 Sep 2010

Evaluate Charles Taylor's arguments against neutralist liberalism

Essay - 6 pages - Political science

Every society needs cohesion to survive. However, we are likely to have different views on how to implement and manage this cohesion. In this context, the state has a primary role regarding this task as it is often seen as the only alternative to anarchy. The question then arises as to the basis...

29 Sep 2010

The Iraq war: an International Relations Theory Analysis

Case study - 16 pages - Political science

On the nineteenth of March 2003 America and its allies started their invasion of Iraq. This intervention had the official goal of the struggle against a terrorism-friendly country, to avoid the expansion of mass destruction weapons and establish a democratic breakthrough in the Middle East. This...

29 Sep 2010

The water market : actors and strategies

Market study - 26 pages - Services marketing

Nestle and Danone are the two main players in the bottled water segment market in the world, competing against each other in certain markets, whereas differentiating from each other in others. Before discussing the environment in which these two companies are evolving, first will shed light on...

29 Sep 2010

The evolution and implications of Hedge Fund institutionalization

Essay - 12 pages - Finance

Hedge funds and their managers, once obscure enigmas of the investment community, have become in the last decade household names due to their overwhelming publicity as money-hungry madmen. Part of the reason why these loosely regulated funds have drawn so much attention is because their explosive...

29 Sep 2010

AB Inbev : international marketing strategy

Case study - 8 pages - Services marketing

One of the biggest trends in the global beer business has been the steady rush by the bigger brewers to establish links with local market leaders and build strong global networks to leverage the advantages of scale. Another top priority for leading brewers has been to plant footholds in markets...

29 Sep 2010

Scotland and Independence

Essay - 12 pages - International relations

The issue of independence in Scotland has raised the crowd for many centuries. It has been advocated by many political movements that desire the secession of Scotland from the United Kingdom. I chose this topic as it has been hotly debated over the last few months in Scotland because of the...

29 Sep 2010

Walmart success story

Case study - 22 pages - Services marketing

The large scale retail sector consists of multiple companies of very heterogeneous sizes. This disparity can be explained by the strategy adopted by certain companies to grow rapidly in order to be a market giant, by implementing waves of fusion-acquisitions, which make it possible for the brands...

29 Sep 2010

How can we claim that the sport at the world level became a real business in our time?

Dissertation - 28 pages - Sports

Today, it is difficult to deny that sport takes a considerable importance in our society. An importance which can be characterized at several levels: economic, social, or even cultural. Thus, we can assist different sports events all the year round, but also do our Sunday jogging, or go to the...

29 Sep 2010

Green marketing - How to integrate environment inside companies?

Dissertation - 81 pages - Ecology & environment

Sustainable development has become an established phenomenon. Society is becoming increasingly environmental conscious, this has even been used as an electoral argument. Environmental protection is due to a movement introduced jointly by the population at large and the NGOs through a governmental...

29 Sep 2010

English legal system: The Sources of English Law

Course material - 87 pages - Constitutional law

The judicial decisions are the first to be found to develop a system. Today, they are still influencing the system as a whole. Judicial decisions have a weight that their continental counter part does not have. In England, under certain requirements, decisions are biding the judge with the...

29 Nov 2010

Internationalization Strategies of Wal-Mart and Tesco

Case study - 11 pages - Business strategy

We will look at the strategies implemented by the companies Wal-Mart and Tesco, in order to internationalize their brand. To analyze the strategies, we will look at the various markets chosen abroad, the processes, the rate/rhythm and the speed of establishment of these two firms internationally,...