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Environmental Systems Capstone Project

… ¶ … environmental systems in the past five years. Summarize the techniques used, the assumptions and limitations faced, the potential for error and how it was minimized, and the lessons learned.

Scope/Direction of the Research

The scope of the study extended to a review of relevant studies published within the last 5 years to provide an overview and recapitulation of the techniques that have been used in recent years to study the development of environmental systems, the assumptions and limitations that have been encountered along the way, the potential for error and how it was minimized, and the lessons learned from these efforts. The development of environmental systems includes various geospatial technologies, alternative energy systems, and other technological solutions that are designed to interact with…. [read more]


Halo Effect in Business Halo Effect Literature Literature Review

… Halo Effect in Business

Halo Effect Literature Review

The existence of the halo effect has been recognized for many years since 1920 when Edward Thorndike was the first psychologists to research the halo effect. This was then followed by other researchers who studied the halo effect in relation to the attractiveness of the person or organization and led to its application in various sectors such as business, education and judicial systems. The researchers stated that the halo effect was greatly influenced by the first impression on a person or organization Luttin, 2012.

The halo effect has a very powerful influence on business. This literature review attempts to find the halo effect in business and how it affects decisions made by the public on the company…. [read more]


Future Research Paper

… For instance, avian influenza is a strain commonly found in birds that can be transferred from bird to human and swine flu that can be transferred from pigs to humans and human to human.

Scientific and Technological Activities Exacerbating the Problem:

Many environmental concerns and problems have been exacerbated by human scientific and technological activities. Scientific activities like development of nuclear weapons and burning of fossil fuels have resulted in global warming or climate change. Climate changes because of these scientific activities brought by technological developments have affected precipitation events, heat waves, and storminess. As the activities lead to natural disasters and extreme events, they largely contribute to spread of infectious diseases, especially in the aftermath of such events.

Scientific Method and Non-scientific Solutions:

As…. [read more]


Psychological Effects of Divorce Research Paper

… Weakened Parenting after Divorce

Another factor that causes children to become stressed is when parenting they receive is inept, clumsy and incompetent. Extreme marital conflicts have severe effects when it comes to the adjustment of children. Mothers, in specific, tend to become less affectionate and more negligent when there are harsh agreements during marriage. They are reprted to become more ruthless in maintaining discipline in the house. Fathers, on the other hand, withdraw from their children and involve themselves in more interfering activities. In addition to this, when after divorce a child has to live with a parent who is disheartened, miserable and upset, it becomes difficult for that child to adjust emotionally, socially, and academically. The traumatic condition, anger and stress of the children…. [read more]


How Stress Effects Memory in Adults Research Proposal

… ¶ … Stress effects Memory in Adults

How Stress affects Memory in Adults

Great consensus is formed on effect of stress on memory of adults. Stress is greatly associated to memory functions especially so among adults Nelson & Carver, 2008.

The brain behavior among the adult according to Nelson and Carver (2008)

is related to daily work load undertaken. Sauro, Jorgensen, and Pedlow (2003)

claim that remembering with a degree of accuracy the some events in our personal life come as a difficulty while under stress compared to remembering world events.

Definition of Stress

The best way to appreciate what stress is it to consider the original use of the word stress. In this context we look at the use of the term stress by…. [read more]


High Oil Prices and Effect Thesis

… Quantitative gauges of the macroeconomic harm brought by past oil cost shocks and benefits from the 1986 collapse of the price to the economies of oil importing nations vary. This is because of distinctions in the models used to analyze the issue (Pahl & Richter, 2009). The impacts were certainly notable: a sharp economic decline in oil importing nations due to price spans between 1973 and 1980. In fact, the major economic declines in the United States, the Pacific, and Europe since the 1970s have been surpassed by a sudden rise in the cost of unrefined petroleum, despite the fact that different components were more imperative in a few cases.

Essentially, the support of economic development in oil-exporting nations given by higher prices of oil…. [read more]


Psychology of Trauma Effects on Children of War Research Proposal

… ¶ … Psychology of Trauma Effects on Children of War

A review paper written in 2005 (Pine et al., 2005) focused on more than 50 years of research that had been conducted in regards to the psychological effect of war and terrorism on children. It concluded that some children will be exposed to war and terrorism in the U.S.A. And that PTSD may be a result experienced by many although not all of them. Of those who experience PTSD, many of them will have recovered within a year provided that their environment is safe.

The number of children directly exposed to terrorism with be relatively little. A far greater quantity will be indirectly exposed to terrorism through channels such as the media and other people.…. [read more]


Bullying Perceived Effects and Seriousness Essay

… The quantitative method also comes in two types, the descriptive design where the subjects are usually measured once and the experimental where the subjects are measured before and after the treatment (University of Southern California, 2014). In this case, the approach will be more of the experimental since the effects of bullying will only be known by respondents giving the behavior of the subjects before and after going through the 1st year bullying.

B. Sampling procedure

The sampling procedure that will be used here is the Research Purposive Sampling, which is known to be a non-probability and the decisions on the participants in the research is decided by the researcher bearing the special qualities that they have and are desirable to the researcher like being…. [read more]


Negative Effects of Degradation Term Paper

… The rate of consumerism is continuous in regards to national resources such as petroleum, natural gas, coal, iron, wood, etc. Secondly, the industry constantly disposes non-recyclable products such as glass, slag, rubber, etc. that cannot enter natural processes of renewal. Taking into consideration this vast consumption of oxygen resource, the fact that deforestation inhibits removal of air pollution, the scenario that is placed before humanity is anything but positive. As the negative effects of carbon dioxide increase, man is limited in his ability to counteract them because the rhythm of technological processes and consumerism increases while the number of initiatives to conserve the environment appears more symbolic rather than practical. Industrial performance between 1980 and 2000 in relation to global manufactured value increased with 10%…. [read more]


Slavery in the Caribbean: Effects Research Paper

… These movement mobilised groups to resist the slavery rule by boycotting duties and calling for better treatment by their masters. They acted as an inspiration to the people who followed their example to fight for their rights and bring to an end the slavery. Women also played a major role in the fight against slavery and slave rule. They resisted using various means, which contributed in the fight against slavery. These forms included refusal to work, this was a bold step since their labour, productivity capacity was significant to their masters, and refusal to perform duties had an impact on the production capacity. The resistance by the women was collective and was for the interest of their future off springs not to go through the…. [read more]


Globalization -A Effects Research Paper

… The rift between the west and the Islamic is due to lack of proper communication. The Muslims are not in support of the globalization since they find it to be more westernized, so they are finding their own way of globalizing themselves. For instance, they allow the use of internet among their followers to connect together to those people who share the same understanding of Islamic.

Many states of the Middle East are fiercely against the incorporation of globalization in their culture. They are adamant to some aspects of globalization so they cannot put up with some practices that come along with it. They strongly cling to their culture and they cannot change it to go with the trend of the modern world, so they…. [read more]


Classroom Behavior Management Policies Research Paper

… Classroom Behavior Management Policies

Title suggestions:

Bridging the Gap Between Systems Theory and Elementary Classroom Management

An Evolution: Systems Theory and Classroom Management

BREADTH

Systems Theory by the Three B's

Robert Freed Bales

SYMLOG

Living systems theory

Social entropy theory

Entropy management in organizations

Autopoiesis

Ludwig von Bertalanffy

The concept of the whole

GST and integrative studies

Science and society

The importance of the individual

A Comparison of the Three B's

Bales

Bailey

Bertalaffny

Theoretical similarities

DEPTH

Annotated Bibliography

Classroom management definition and challenges

Strategies and methods

Techniques and training

Self-efficacy and beliefs

Culturally responsive classrooms

Evidence-based strategies

Theory -- and model-based strategies

Comparison to Bertalaffny

Top recommended classroom management strategy

Conclusion

References

Abstract

Breadth

Sociology and the study of social systems has taken many…. [read more]


Classroom Environment Design Term Paper

… Secondary Classroom Environment Design

Classroom Environment Design: Secondary Education

The objective of this work is to design a secondary classroom environment. This work will include a statement of which child development theory best represents the needs of the grade level with an explanation of why this theory is believed to be superior to other theories. This work will additionally provide clear indications that the plan takes into account the child developmental stages and variations that may exist among students of the same chronological age.

In the secondary teacher's initiative of classroom environment design it is critically necessary to remember that students are a diverse group of learners and that the classroom is not only a learning environment but as well is a social environment. It…. [read more]


Australian Social Policy: Health Essay

… Matters of inflation with regard to healthcare costs are tied to the Australian and global economic situation. There have been some studies that indicate that single payer systems, such as was erected in Australian briefly in the mid 1940s and again in the early 1990s, have been demonstrated to curb the effect of inflation and economic duress (Gray 2003; Ross 2005). As was previously outlined, however, since the first series of reforms on the Medicare system in Australia, the policy initiatives, such as Lifetime Health Cover have favored moving in a multi-payer direction. While there are few serious calls for the total dismantling of Medicare or its constituent parts, the insurance lobby has demonstrated some success in impelling the government to pass legislation which funds…. [read more]


Australian Securities Exchange and Interest Essay

… B.3. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/398978192?accountid=13044

The resources to carry on: [ASIA EDITION]. (2007, Financial Times, pp. 12. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/250072943?accountid=13044

Garee, M.L. (1997). Statistics don't lie if you know what they're really saying. Marketing News, 31(19), 11. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/216397823?accountid=13044

Gray, P., & Smith, D.R. (2008). An empirical investigation of the level effect in australian interest rates. Australian Journal of Management, 33(1), 31. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/200638927?accountid=13044

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Australian Law on Torts and Defamation Assessment

… Australian Law on Torts and Defamation

Tort Law in Australia

Tort law has assumed increasing relevance and importance in recent years in Australia and the country has gained the reputation for being a highly litigious society based on a growing number of tort cases. In this regard, Clark notes that, "A great deal has been written of the emergence of a culture of 'blame and claim' in Australia. Australia has become a very litigious society with rates of litigation that now match or even exceed parts of the United States. Australian culture has departed from the concept of personal responsibility in exchange for embracing a culture of blame" (2007, p. 140). This culture of "blame and claim" holds important implications for the adjudication of tort…. [read more]


Selling Australian Wine to Overseas Essay

… Because of this, it becomes difficult to project the financial gains of the company. This also reduces the capability of the company to work on appropriate measures to improve the condition.

Price

The price for the wine is highly dependent on the area with the market. Therefore, some markets will tend to have a higher price attached to the wine than other markets because of the relative cost of export in the country. In addition, the government policies and rules governing the export of wines has a massive influence on the price of the commodity. The demand for the wine also has an influence on the price with areas that do not have a vast demand having a lower price to act as an incentive…. [read more]


Australian Company Outsourcing Essay

… A desirability function that measures the satisfaction principle of the cKPIs is calculated by combining the logistic function and the exponential function (Note: Using this system, the Ymax and the Ymin do not need to be taken into consideration) (Lee, et al., 2011). A method for obtaining the synthetic satisfaction of collaboration was derived from the cKPIs (Lee, et al., 2011). This methodology can be used to analyze and improve on the collaboration performance of multiple partners (Lee, et al., 2011).

Research indicates that a number of qualitative indicators are important to an outsourcing relationship. Results of the 2009 survey of the 100 Great Supply Chain Partners were released in a special issue of the SupplyChainBrain magazine. The six-month long poll of readers identified the…. [read more]


Australian Indigenous Identity End Essay

… They utilized every possible technique to overcome the Aboriginal identity. They labeled them on the basis of study and biasness that I would rather call biased. Every culture has its own colors but some colors, if not violent, can be left as they are without labeling them. But the Aboriginal identity was somehow ridiculed so that they may accept the white's identity. The Aboriginals were thus defined by the state such that they original identity was erased by making the white identity superior. The actual discussion about the cultures should be how rich the cultural heritage is or is not rather than telling how typical or atypical the culture is (John, 1998, p: 355). The truth about the cultures lies in the fair understanding without…. [read more]


Effect on Positive Peer Interaction When Mainstreaming Students Who Are in a Self-Contained Classroom Literature Review

… Inclusion

EFFECT of POSITIVE PEER INTERACTION WHEN MAINSTREAMING STUDENTS WHO ARE in a SELF-CONTAINED CLASSROOM

The literature in this work examines the effect of positive peer interactions when mainstreaming students who are in a self-contained classroom. This work conducts a review of peer-reviewed academic and professional literature in this area of study.

Instructional Time Comparison

The work of Katz and Mirenda (2002) entitled: "Including Students with Developmental Disabilities in General Education Classrooms: Educational Benefits" reports that a study which compared instructional time for students with developmental disabilities and special education classrooms states findings that "the percentage of non-instructional time was significantly different in the two settings, with 58% in the segregated classrooms and only 35% in inclusive classrooms." It is stated that even when deleting…. [read more]


Acid Denaturation of Catalase Lab Report

… incubation. After the assay is completed, add 1N NaOH to tubes r2 through r6 to neutralize the solutions (1 drop to tube 2, ending with 5 drops added to tube 6) prior to discarding the contents of the tubes.

Results

The catalase assay was performed in triplicate and all data measurements are shown in the Table. A pH gradient was created by adding increasing amounts of HCl to the reaction tubes, as can be seen by the test strip readings. Liver piece weights were also fairly uniform, with averages across samples almost identical. The liver pieces were capable of converting most of the H2O2 to water and oxygen at near neutral pH, but at pH values less than 3.5, catalase activity is stopped. The effect…. [read more]


Finance the Effect Term Paper

… Besides the effect that the ECB has on the Eurozone and the member nations of the EU, it also has significant influence on the world's financial markets. Because of the amount of capital that the bank controls, decisions from the ECB board carry about as much weight globally as those prompted by the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank board. Currently the ECB and the central European Union government are working with member states such as Greece and Spain to fix issues that have caused those economies a great deal of trouble in the past few years. At one point watchers were wondering if the EU could absorb one major crisis (Greece) let alone two. But, the issues in Spain have not been as drastic as previously…. [read more]


Video Games on Children Owing Research Paper

… It was found by splitting two groups, one being the control group and the other being the experiment group. One group was given the video game consoles and the other was not. There results were that the kids who did not have gaming consoles spent more time studying than those boys that had these gaming consoles. In fact, the time that the kids with gaming consoles were half of what was spent by the kids who did not have video game consoles (Grill, 2010).

A University Psychologist from Iowa researched that Parents need to do more than just look at the age rating of a certain video game. Parents need to look at the game works and play it with the kids to see what…. [read more]


Listening to Music on Worker Case Study

… This study is also aimed at evaluating the impact of these emotional responses to music on the productivity and quality of work of employees with the personal stereos.

During this trial, the participants carried the personal stereos during their working hours and were paged randomly once after every four hours for the three-week period. During the paging process, the workers were expected to record their present activity in a response booklet. The main goal of recording their present activity was to identify the daily emotional experiences related to music and the impact of these experiences on the quality of work and productivity of the employees.

The study is based on the fact that people's minds tend to wander during which individuals focus on the imperfections…. [read more]


Media Violence on Children's Social Article Review

… In this regard, Garbardino et al. report that, "Children exposed to gun violence may experience negative short- and long-term psychological effects, including anger, withdrawal, posttraumatic stress, and desensitization to violence. All of these outcomes can feed into a continuing cycle of violence" (2002, p. 73).

As with other types of violence in the media, there are some groups of young people who are at distinctly higher risk of experiencing these adverse outcomes, including (a) young people who have already been injured by gunfire, (b) young people who witness gunplay first-hand as well as (c) young people who are exposed to violence in the media (Garbardino et al., 2002). Depending on the level and type of such exposures, Garbardino and his associates conclude that young people…. [read more]


Divorce on an Only Child Effects Research Paper

… ¶ … Divorce on an Only Child

Effects of Divorce and Poor Parenting on an only Child

Narcissistic mothers have the tendency to deny most of their wrongdoings concerning the way they raise up their children. They set a bad precedent through uncouth behaviors that are easily picked by their children. Most often, such mothers are cruel to their children but hide their behaviors in the disguise of love. They usually have the character of aggressiveness and hostility to their children when agitated. This might sometimes create friction with the rest of family members or distant relatives and this affects the development of a child. Narcissistic mothers further complicate the nature of divorce; concerning growth and development of children. They pose a greater challenge to…. [read more]


Drugs on the Economy History Capstone Project

… S. Department of Justice, 2010). Opiates were the primary drug of choice followed by marijuana and stimulants. A half of the admissions were taken to ambulatory facilities as opposed to residential facilities. Drug users react adversely to drugs including non-fatal overdoses. These individuals have to go to the hospital for medical attention. Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN) in 2006 posited that out of 113 million hospitals ED visits, 1.5% cases were due to drug abuse or misuse hence causing a massive strain on the healthcare systems (U.S. Department of Justice, 2010).

Cocaine, marijuana, heroine and stimulants abuse prompt these ED visits. The 2007 DAWN survey of 63 metropolitan areas indicated that 12.1 deaths per 100,000 persons were because of drug use. Their records also reflected…. [read more]


War and Occupation: The Effects Term Paper

… Since agriculture was still the major industry in Japan, the implication of the reform cannot be underestimated. In fact its implication extended far beyond the economic -- it served to change many ancient and severely entrenched attitudes in the Japanese society and even served to weaken the previously strong authority of family and community. (Roberts, p. 517) It also prompted continuing electoral support of a succession of conservative Japanese governments (who supported the reforms) by the rural community. In the meantime the trade union reforms were implemented by the Americans to balance the power of management. The workers in the Japanese cities embraced trade unionism enthusiastically and as early as May 1946, 2.7 million workers were members of trade unions. (Ibid.) MacCarthur's economic reform policy…. [read more]


Size/Cooperative Learning and IT's Effects Term Paper

… African-American students seem to profit more from the SAGE experience than white students when compared with non-SAGE students. The achievement gap between African-Americans and white students widens each year (Smith, et.al. 2003).

It has been noted that class size initiatives have enjoyed wide spread support from parents, teachers, and the general public. People will still believe that smaller class sizes are a good idea and teachers report experiencing lower levels of stress and job dissatisfaction with smaller classes. This is primarily because they are better engaged with each student, and therefore, student motivation increases and discipline problems decrease. Parents believe that a teacher's individualized instruction leads to improvements in a child's academic performance. This is apparent because teachers with smaller classes have more time to…. [read more]


Differentiated Instruction Research Proposal

… Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom

Students in the classroom have varied abilities and learn at varying rates which makes differentiation of instruction a practice that supports the learning of all students. This work explores what differentiation of instruction is and what it is not with a particular focus on differentiated instruction in the science classroom.

Most teachers currently use the direct instruction approach and not all students are on the same level so achievement is not up to standards for all students.

The use of direct instruction in science classes doesn't allow adequate learning for all students.

The purpose of this project is to....determine the relationship between measures of student achievements in science classes in grades 9-12 and implementation of differentiated instruction over a period…. [read more]

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