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Native American Gaming in February Term Paper

… It is believed that this continued onslaught of casino talk is more than a mere ploy to gain revenue for Minnesota, a state that has shown large deficits (Melmer Pp). According to William Hardaker, attorney for Shakopee Sioux, it is an attack on American Indian tribal government in that the legislators are asking the tribes to set aside sovereignty, which is not an economic issue (Melmer Pp).

Minnesota was one of the first states to negotiate gaming compacts under the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, and while many states and tribes placed a time limit on the compacts, Minnesota tribes acquired no limit compacts (Melmer Pp). And although the newest bills are dead for now, they are still available to be attached as riders to other…. [read more]

Ethnic and Religous Term Paper

… This is why hostilities and conflicts on this subject, between white Americans and Native Americans, continue to run very deep.

In order to have the best lands, and to feel safe from many of the Native American tribes, whom they considered to be dangerous savages, starting in the 17th century, Anglo settlers forced Native Americans off the lands they had inhabited, cultivated, and hunted upon, for centuries. Instead, they forced them onto reservation lands for Indians only, where the quality of the land was not as good and the location less desirable overall, for either Indians or whites. But the Indians were forced to stay there, build schools, there, etc. From the eighteenth through the 21st centuries, this had been an ongoing conflict, and the…. [read more]

Casino Business in Las Vegas Thesis

… ¶ … Gaming in Las Vegas

Brief History and Guide to Casino Gambling in Las Vegas he had an idea -- to build a city out of a desert stop-over for GI's on the way to the West Coast. That kid's name was Moe Green -- and the city he invented was Las Vegas. This was a great man -- a man of vision and guts. And there isn't even a plaque -- or a signpost -- or a statue of him in that town!... - Hyman Roth, modelled after crime boss Meyer Lansky, "The Godfather" (1974)

Perhaps the most famous gaming site in the world is Las Vegas, Nevada, but this bright spot in the desert did not just fall out of the sky…. [read more]

Negro League Baseball in Virginia Term Paper

… ¶ … Silhouette of America's Dream: Negro League Baseball in Tidewater, Virginia

Introduction report in the Norfolk Journal and Guide in 1917 paints a picture of racial harmony in Tidewater, Virginia, that would almost make one wonder why there needed to be Negro League Baseball. The banner headlines almost said it all: "Big Labor Day Celebration," "Thousands of White and Colored Laborers Paraded Streets of City." "Harmony Between Races"

As that report told it, the celebration was a landmark of many sorts. In a relatively lengthy preface to the description of the baseball game that was the culmination of the day, it noted that "If carrying the stars and stripes is a demonstrative evidence of patriotism and loyalty to the United States, the Norfolk colored…. [read more]

Childhood Obesity and Nursing Intervention Research Paper

… Childhood Obesity is a growing healthcare concern for America. As per the statistics from the 2007 National Youth Risk Behavior survey, almost 25% of American high school children are overweight and 13% are clinically obese. [Mashid, (2005)] Childhood obesity has in fact become a global concern. In the UK for instance, one out of every 10 children under the age of six is obese. [Science Daily] Two of the main causes implicated in the surging obesity epidemic among our children are the current trend of unhealthy eating habits coupled with a highly inactive lifestyle. The growing fast food industry has completely altered children's eating habits making them more vulnerable to obesity and other attendant health concerns. Computers and the flourishing online gaming have also…. [read more]

Hostile Take Over the Modern Business Nightmare Term Paper

… Hostile Takeover -- the modern business nightmare

Globalization means many fundamental changes to business practices around the world. Culture plays a significant role in defining standard business practices in a particular area of the world. As the world becomes more integrated, many businesses find themselves exposed to practices that are foreign to their culture. One of these business practices that are becoming more common is the take-over. When a takeover occurs, a bidder makes an offer to buy a company. This can be either friendly or hostile depending on the circumstances of the bidding process. This research will explore the legal, business, and political aspects of the hostile take-over.

A chose this topic because this practice is not common in my key area of focus.…. [read more]

Performance Appraisals Thesis

… ¶ … Employees

Performance Appraisals at the Chukchansi Gold Resort and Casino

It is now beyond any doubt that the world is changing at a rapid pace and that the people must develop alongside with it. Within the business community, the modifications are various, including elements such as a greater focus on the full satisfaction of the customers' needs and wants, the orientation towards offering services rather than products, the necessity to conduct business operations in an environment-friendly manner or the incremental emphasis placed on the human resource.

Modern day managers strive harder than ever to hire, integrate and retain the best employees the workforce market produces. The contemporaneous employee is motivated, trained and supported in his professional path. The human resource department is generally…. [read more]

Advertising and Word of Mouth on Consumer Research Proposal

… ¶ … Advertising and Word of Mouth on Consumer Decision-Making When Selecting Mobile Phone Service Provider in Kuwait.

"Can you hear me now?"

Verizon's popular TV advertisement's tag line, "Can you hear me now?" stresses the value of hearing what someone has to say. What happened to Josh Vondran, however, according to Andy Piper (2008) in the article, "Stolen phone rings up soldier's bill," reflects the opposite message that Verizon Wireless or any other mobile phone service provider in Kuwait or any other location would promote in their advertisements.

When consumers select mobile phone service provider in Kuwait or any other location, one of the primary concerns would be that the company makes a point not only to invest effort in advertising their service, but…. [read more]

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