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Britain, Australia Term Paper

… In 1785 the Parliamentary Committee enquiring into the Transportation Act of 1784 commented, with reference to transportation to America, that "the old system of Transporting to America, answered every good Purpose which could be expected from it - That it tended directly to reclaim the Objects on which it was inflicted, and to render them good Citizens... That the Colonies seem to have been sensible of the beneficial Consequences of this Practice." In the case of the Australian penal colonies drawing workers from the ranks of the convicts was not only a matter of policy, it was also a necessity, given that no other suitable workforce existed:

Governor Phillip [the first governor of Botany Bay] accordingly had to find all his overseers from among the…. [read more]


Alternative Medicines in Australia Essay

… 155). She writes that CAM embraces a "…holistic view of the individual, and a belief in the interconnectedness of mind, body, and spirit"; indeed, CAM gives great amounts of attention to the psychological and emotional aspects of the human body and places emphasis on "individualizing the treatment" rather than just prescribing drugs as solutions.

An example given by Twohig is that every patient with asthma receives "a different treatment" because one person's bout with asthma may well be from a cause totally different from another asthma sufferer (155). Every approach using CAM encourages the bonding between the patient and the individual consulting with alternative medicines; this leads to the empowerment of the individual, and does indeed relieve the practitioner of "…the onerous sense of responsibility…. [read more]


Australia Foreign Policy Issues Which Foreign Tradition(s) Thesis

… Australia Foreign Policy Issues

Which foreign tradition(s), in your view, are most relevant to advancing Australia's national interests in the present and future?

Nuclear deterrence is a foreign policy tradition which should be considered a key aspect of Australia's peaceful and prosperous future. According to the sources provided, the interests of established western nations such as the U.S. And the nations of Western Europe in preventing so-called 'rogue nations' from acting against the interests of global stability denote their shared role in preventing the spread of nuclear weapons. And where such a spread has already occurred, Australia has taken an approach of deterrence by seeking "through threats or inducements, or even some combination of both" to reduce the threat posed by its enemies or non-normalized…. [read more]


Culture Cuisine in Australia Thesis

… However, cultural capital theory is transmitted in symbolic form through education, and media. The underlying assumption of cultural capital theory is that certain people have developed interest in some food because of their taste, and knowledge such as education. (Shenoy, 2005).

Bannerman (2011) supports this argument by pointing out that cuisine and class have been established in Australia. The author follows the Goody (1982) model of differentiated cuisines that emerges through differentiated societies. With reference to model of differentiated cuisines, it is only the upper class in the Australian society who posses resources and disposition to develop high class-cuisines. The whole system is found in cuisine culture. In Australia, stratified cuisines were developed by "the exclusive prerogative of small, educated elite" (Bannerman 2011, P 56).…. [read more]


Factors That Cause Britain to Lose Its Innovated Edge by WWII Essay

… Britain and WW

Factors which caused Britain to Lose WWII

Factors which Caused Britain to Lose WW11

The Great Britain lost the World War 11 though it had enjoyed the portion of eminence in the period after the World War 1. The reasons are classified under two main heads; lack of foresightedness and inability to face the opponent. The other countries had made strong technological development which paved the way for their success.

Factors which Caused Britain to Lose WW11

The history has been witnessing the rise and downfall of many countries since long. The superpowers of one era have been crushed in some other period, while the deprived nations have succeeded in changing the face of the world. It is no exaggeration to mention…. [read more]


To What Extent Has Australia Been a Good International Citizen Essay

… Australia as an International Citizen

In the arena of international politics, Australia is one of the leading nations in the Asia Pacific region, attributed mainly to its status as a developed country, economically, politically, and socially. This does not mean, however, that it is considered a leader among the countries in the region. Owing not only to its cultural differences with other nations in the Asia Pacific region, but also because of the seemingly 'autonomous' stance it takes on critical issues affecting the region, Australia is both respected and criticized for assuming an independent stance in issues of global concern.

The discussion that follows focuses in detail on the integration of political analyses concerning Australia's behavior and actions as an 'international citizen' operating within the…. [read more]


Asia Pacific Business Australia Essay

… The substantial export to China is of iron ore, wool, and other raw materials and over 120,000 Chinese students study in Australian schools and universities. So, not only material but also Australian services are imported by China. It is in the process of undertaking further FTAs with China, The Gulf Cooperation Council (Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates), India, Indonesia, Japan, Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Pacific Agreement on Closer Economic Relations -- PACER Plus, and Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement. However, this shift to trade with the Asian Bloc of is quite recent. Prior to that, Australia had restricted trade with European Nations and Britain who purchased majority of the farm products and provided supplies of consumer goods to Australia. It was in the…. [read more]


International Relations- Australia: Some Perspectives Essay

… International Relations- Australia

Australia: some perspectives on the position in international affairs

More than a couple of years ago, Australia welcomed her new Prime Minister -- P.M. Kevin Rudd. Kevin Rudd's taking over of the power in Australian rule not only signified a new face in the international environment but also a new path in Australian foreign policy. At the onset, he made it very clear that the path he chose to take is different from his predecessor's. If for former Prime Minister John Howard what was important is Australia's ties with other Anglophonic nations (thus setting Australia's involvement with multilateral organizations much more on the sidelines), Rudd insisted on putting equal weight these two international foreign policy tracks (Crabbe 2008, pars. 1-3).

As such,…. [read more]


Multiculturalism Has Become a Very Important Concept Essay

… ¶ … Multiculturalism has become a very important concept in our United States, and in afairs that touch upon government, academia and business. This approach helps one look at other cultures with mutual respect, freely and in a sharing fashion. Without it, we would be not be able to fulfill the mission of this society, which is to extend the blessings of liberty to all in our society. Multiculturalism allows strong, binding alliances and coalitions across international boundaries and gives the stakeholders ownership in having relationships continue and to grow, although for such stakeholders to feel they own a place, constitutional solutions may be necessary, what scholar Harry W. Arthurs calls constitutionalizing multiculturalism. To the extent that it is, stability eventually results.

What Multiculturalism is…. [read more]


Paul Keating's Redfern Speech Essay

… In this, the yoking of ethos to pathos is evident. Keating establishes the national ethos at the beginning of the speech, even going so far as to remind the audience that he speaking on that occasion in 1993 to launch the International Year of the World's Indigenous People. Australia's participation in this international event serves as a signal to the citizens of the country that they are -- at last -- to make good on a commitment the success of which has eluded them again and again. That failure is unacceptable to all the people of Australia and the success of this renewed initiative is fundamentally linked to the Australian identity. The way forward must embrace indigenous Australians and rectify the wrongs they continue to…. [read more]


Designing a New Regulatory Framework for Telecommunications Interception and Access in Jordan Multiple Chapters

… Telecommunications - Jordan

The impact of telecommunications interception and access on privacy rights and costs as presenting an obstacle to the implementations of telecommunications interception and access law.

Technology today has furnished the world with the gift if instantaneous communication. Unfortunately, this also means a fertile field for those who would see the world plunged into chaos by means of terrorism and other destructive criminal activities. When viewed from this perspective, it is perhaps not surprising that many Western governments have taken extreme measures to prevent the use of telecommunications for covert terrorist planning. However, an increasing number of critics have begun to question the validity of this approach, especially as it concerns human rights (Breyer 2005).

The concern with privacy occurs not only on…. [read more]


Mabo Case a Lesson Essay

… Yet the essays does also show that the High Court was unsuccessful in tackling the problem head on, and that, as always, there is much more work to be done, especially in the foundations of native law in Australia.

In order to address the foundations of native law in Australia, and its ramifications in accordance with the Mabo case, the last paper to be examined here, in order to give validation to the above thesis statement, is that of Lisa Strelein. This author describes "the history of the doctrine of discovery in Australia as a background to the delayed recognition of Indigenous rights in lands and resources […] and the way the Mabo decision sought to reconcile the recognition of rights with the protection of…. [read more]


Friends TV Series 1994 Thesis

… The graph below shows ratings of the show calculated by Nielson Media Research1. The ratings computation was taken over from sixth season onwards by OzTAM which displayed the show's ratings to be lesser than that computed by Nielson. The last season was ranked as the third most watched scripted program and the 6th most watched program of the year. The finale earned an average viewership of 2,273,000 viewers[footnoteRef:4]. [4: The Australian Channels on which the series was aired were The Seven Network (1996), the Nine Network (1997), Cable TV channel Arena (a Foxtel and Optus channel), Network Ten (which brought the rights of the show in November 2007) and on Australia's "Big Three" Television Networks. ]

Nielson Media Research Australia shows that the show had…. [read more]


Ethics Term Paper

… Indeed, many employees have been given the "take it or leave it" proposition and businesses have often-times not "spread the wealth" to the employees that make their success possible.

As far as international business goes and the implications that can be faced, the implications are quite obvious (Hill, 2013). Culture can be very different from country to country and being tone-deaf to that can be very dangerous. For example, Richard Nixon flashing the "A-OK" sign in the wrong part of South America was a huge faux pas given that this hand gesture is the equivalent of flipping the bird in that part of the world. However, that quick example lays bare that there are different nuances and variations with how people communicate, what things mean…. [read more]


Canadian Policy Brief Report Term Paper

… Canadian Policy at the Crossroads: Protecting Canada's Independence In The Age Of Globalization

The foreign relations of Canada are by nature, very much centered upon its southern neighbor, the United States. This is true for both trade and foreign policy considerations. In addition, Canadian governments have also had active relations with many other nations. These relationships have been mostly but not exclusively via multilateral organizations such as the Commonwealth of Nations, the United Nations, NATO and La Francophonie.

While Canada has very often sided with Great Britain and the United States in its foreign policy, it has attempted to guard a degree of autonomy in foreign affairs as exhibited in the Chanak Crisis of 1922-23 and in the Canadian failure to support the United States…. [read more]


Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Inc. 2004 Term Paper

… Krispy Kreme Donuts 2004

Determine whether you think KKD paid too much for Montana Mills.

The fact that KKD and Montana Mills merged together, with all of Montana Mills' stock being converted to KKD common stock, indicates that there was no actual price paid by KKD for Montana Mills. Rather, KKD chose to have all Montana Mills' stock converted to its own, which in effect preserved the value of KKDs' stock with no effect to shareholders' value and no actual cash paid for the merger. As a result, KKD did not pay too much for Montana Mills as the conversion of their stock to KKD incurred no actual cost and actually increased the value of Montana Mills stock in the process.

Determine whether you think…. [read more]


International Regulation of Tourism Term Paper

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Lake Vostok has since become one of the few causes of disagreement between the international college of nations with interests in Antarctica; the Lake Vostok problems will be outlined later in this report. It is notable, however, even before the controversy and scientific quandaries that have vexed scientists and nations the past few years. Not since 1858, when Africa explore John Speke first stood on the banks of Lake Victoria, the headwaters of the Nile, has a formerly undiscovered body of water of such magnitude been added to the map of the globe. (In the case of Lake Victoria, however, it was only a 'discovery' to Europeans and Americans and those of other continents; Africans had known of it all along. The same cannot…. [read more]


English Creative Writing in Singapore Dissertation

… Creative Writing in English: Singapore



Singapore



Singapore is a country in which the learning of the English language has become vitally important. For many students, the learning of the English Language is dependent upon the development of creative writing skills. Creative writing is used as a learning tool because it permits students to write in a manner that allows them to feel comfortable as they become more proficient in using the English language. Creative writing is utilized as a mechanism that allows students to expand their vocabulary and improve comprehension skills. In recent years creative writing in the English language for junior college students and into adult working life in Singapore has been encouraged. The goal of the study…. [read more]


Principles Policies and Rules in Legislation and Police Power Term Paper

… Law and Police Powers

Recent changes to the law in Queensland, and to the powers of police there, mean that citizens need to think twice next time they stroll home after a night at the pub, climb a tree in a local park or question why a police officer has asked him or her to do something. Citizens' right to free use of public spaces is not as clear and unmitigated as it once was.

The two enactments of most concern are the police move-on powers located in the Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 and public nuisance law as set out in the Summary Offences Act 2005. These are separate arms of the law, but have the effect of greatly increasing the number of…. [read more]


Controlling Our Emotions? Emotional Literacy Research Paper

… g., Ekman & Friesen, 1975; Nowicki & Mitchell, 1998; Scherer, Banse, & Wallbott, 2001). When focused on the self, this dimension is related to greater emotional awareness (Lane, Quinlan, Schwartz, Walker, & Zeitlin, 1990), lower alexithymia (Apfel & Sifneos, 1979), and less ambivalence about emotional expressivity (King, 1998; King & Emmons, 1990). When focused on other people, this dimension encompasses what is meant by affect sensitivity (Campbell, Kagan, & Krathwohl, 1971), affect-receiving ability (Buck, 1976) and nonverbal sensitivity (Rosenthal, Hall, DiMatteo, Rogers, & Archer, 1979).

Use of emotion to facilitate thought

The second branch of El concerns the ability to use emotions to focus attention and to think more rationally, logically, and creatively. Using emotions may require the ability to harness feelings that assist in…. [read more]


Influence of Culture on Learning Styles Term Paper

… ¶ … Culture on Learning Styles

Multiculturalism as a backdrop for culturally-based learning styles in Australia

The concept of multiculturalism was imported, according to one opponent of the idea, form Canadian politics "to represent a vague set of ideas which purportedly promotes the cultural and economic interests of certain non-Anglomorph sections of the Australian community" (Cooray 2000). Quite simply, however, it simply describes the fact that immigration has brought various ethnic and linguistic groups to Australia, arguably complicating an already bifurcated educational system -- Anglo and Aboriginal -- with additional sets of expectations to consider in both presenting educational material and in assessing academic achievement. Cooray thinks it is going too far to assert the right of each ethnic community to maintain its language and…. [read more]


Corruption Anti Dissertation

… This is used more in a medical sense, but it lends itself to the discussion at hand because the people who become corrupted were not always that way (as would be the case with a genetic predisposition to corruption), but they became corrupted because of the atmosphere in which they lived. This means that the political atmosphere in which Tsang and Tang found themselves allowed the corrupting influence, rather than there being some corrupting gene which they inherited. This is important because the corruption that happens often seems to be a character flaw that is natural to the person. The truth is that many people who might otherwise have been honest and straight forward their entire lives, somehow fall into situations that foster corrupt behavior.…. [read more]


Discover How Marketing Principles Work Essay

… Task 2- Be able to use the concepts of segmentation, targeting and positioning.

2a) Identify and explain how 1 macro and 1 micro environmental factor could influence the marketing decisions taken by Parcelforce.

Environmental factors that can affect a business can either be local (micro) or global (micro). Parcelforce has tried to address both with its strategies. A macro environmental factor is that the companies with which the company is competing are worldwide companies. Parcelforce is an international company to an extent, but they are not on the level of some of their competitors. Thus, a global factor could be that Parcelforce can either form a partnership with a competitor that has a global reach, they can increase their own global footprint, or the company…. [read more]


Trade Union Movement Essay

… Unions in Australia

Trade unions are often seen as beneficial to the plight of everyday workers. By negotiating wages, looking out for rights, trade unions give workers a voice at their place of work. But, in Australia's experience, this is not necessarily true. In Australia, union density has fallen considerably since World War II. During that period, wage differentials between union and non-union workers have been minute. This could be due to a number of factors. As union density falls, the unions lose their power to influence policy and industry. Have unions lost the support of the Australian people and with it their bargaining chips? If so, why did they lose the support of the Australian workers?

Unionization typically affects industrial jobs more-so than jobs…. [read more]


Leadership Skills Impact International Education Term Paper

… However, many people do not understand what leadership is and how it applies to the school environment. In their 1997 study of visionary companies, James Collins and Jerry Porras define leaders as people who "displayed high levels of persistence, overcame significant obstacles, attracted dedicated people, influenced groups of people toward the achievement of goals, and played key roles in guiding their companies through crucial episodes in their history."

This definition is very much in line with the definitions currently used for school leaders, although this definition has changed in recent years (Education Week, 2004). Until recent years, most research assumed that leadership did not have to come from the school principal (Riordan, 2003). The realization that improving instruction requires shifts in the behavior of school…. [read more]


Business Culture and Expansion Trends Research Paper

… , Mrs., Miss plus the complete name is deemed respectful; sincerity is considered the very best policy hence no overselling is required; it is considered inappropriate to speak in a loud tone as well; politics, sports, and weather condition are great conversational subjects, and could be fiercely discussed and in order to be a great conversationalist, it is important remain present and notified on crucial subjects; it is also recommended to avoid complicating New Zealand and Australia as part of one nation, as they are 2 unique nations. If you are not knowledgeable about New Zealand, hang around prior to your journey to find out about the history and culture (Trevor-Roberts et al., 2003).

c. Religion.

In New Zealand, simply over half of the populace…. [read more]


Liberalism as an Ideology Term Paper

… This is largely due to the fact that, in line with the ethos of freedom, liberal thought emphasizes free trade and economic exchange with the minimum of governmental interference.

In an economic context this means that the marketplace should not come under the control of any individual or group, but should be allowed to adjust itself naturally to bring supply and demand into equilibrium. Only minimal interference is needed by governments in enforcing basic rules of conduct for the general welfare, such as respect for individuals and contracts. To protect the market, the state should promote competition, prevent monopolies, and promote consumer information. By enforcing these rules, governments make spontaneous order possible.

(Jackson and Jackson 1997, p.175)

The later development of reformed liberalism led to…. [read more]


No-Fault Compensation in UK Medical Malpractice Thesis

… 2 The survey tried to quantify the frequency and/or severity of adverse effects through a population sampling experienced as a result of their medical treatment. The respondent sample consisted of 3638 men and 4568 women, or a total population of 8,206.



395, or 4.8% (4.8 in every 100) patients felt that they had suffered some illness, injury or impairment, which directly resulted from their medical treatment or care. This figure is slightly higher than the estimates derived using the methodology from the Harvard Medical Malpractice Study, which estimated that 3.7 in every 100 patients suffered "adverse effect." The report noted that the proportion responding "positively declined with increasing age and was inversely associated with social grade." Further, the report stated, "there was…. [read more]


United Kingdom and Chinese Newspaper Essay

… The choice of words thus decreased the impact on damage for the readers while Chinese readers would get a more accurate picture of the consequences.

UK was slightly biased towards its coverage of BP oil spill for reasons mentioned above. China was more objective but still presented a clouded picture because of its own prejudices against the west and its age-old desire for world domination through imperialism. We do notice stereotypical depictions where China sees BP as the big bad global corporation, while UK sees it as a victim of America's unjustified vengeance. "There has been mounting concern at "anti-British" rhetoric coming from the White House, with Mr. Obama angrily denouncing BP as "British Petroleum" - which it has not been known as for 10…. [read more]

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