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Umass Core Analysis Term Paper

… " (University of Massachusetts)

Physical Structures

The budget also shows that the second priority for the university should be immediate attention to the deteriorated complement of buildings and facilities. "Some structures are simply closed because they are unsafe and unusable, others operate only with temporary occupancy permits; many buildings no longer serve the purposes for which they were designed, especially in the sciences, and others are in such poor condition they probably do not merit renovation and improvement." (University of Massachusetts) The current condition of many of the buildings may not survive a five-year forecast and therefore must find additional funding for restoration and reconstruction projects.

In addition, it will be very difficult to meet the five-year objective of recruiting out of state students if…. [read more]

Van Heerden Foods Essay

… Van Heerden Foods is one of the largest food producers in South Africa whose greatest business strengths were powerful brands and loyal customers. The company has a strong track record as an innovator and a well-funded R&D budget. However, the food manufacturer has some weaknesses like the recent loss of top management talent to its rivals and a cultural resistance to change that reduced response to market forces. In addition some key threats have been developing for several years including the success and increased market share of less costly, private-label brands. Secondly, the South African market has been a key target for various overseas manufacturers who are using aggressive marketing strategies. Moreover, local rivals have been quick to respond to the increasing consumer demands for…. [read more]

Representation of Men and Women in Advertisement Term Paper

… Stylistic Analysis of the Representation of Men and Women in the Language of Modern Advertisement

The way that modern advertising re-presents or conveys perceptions and interpretations of male and female identity has been the focus of studies in many disciples, including media studies and sociology. The analysis of media advertising provides insight into certain ideological and cultural perceptions in a society. It also shows the way that underlying cultural views of male and female or gender identity is largely constructed by the specific culture. It is therefore very useful to study the ways"... In which people, places, values and beliefs are represented in contemporary media and their impact on society"

Controlling Advertising ? ASA Schools and Colleges resources No 1).

These studies also apply to…. [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]

Budgeting Financing Strategy for the Seattle Commons Term Paper

… Budgeting

Financing Strategy for the Seattle Commons

The purpose of this memo is to determine the best way to secure financing for the Seattle Commons urban renewal project.

The Seattle Commons project requires funding of $218 million to proceed. We estimate receiving $100 million in private donations, with the remainder secured via several different methods of public funding. We propose $5m from a REET for the housing portion; $25m in federal transport funds for the street improvements and Mercer St. artery; $5m in grant money from each of the county and the state for greenspace development; $20 in LID financing; and $60 in a voter-approved special levy. We believe the levy should be taken to vote as soon as possible, before opponents to the Commons…. [read more]

Policy Issue Analysis Research Proposal

… HIV Reporting Requirements

To determine whether or not support mandatory HIV reporting and, if so, what manner of reporting to support.

The King County Board of Health has been asked to weigh in on the issue of mandatory HIV reporting. The two mains forms of reporting are by name, and by unique identity (UI), which is a random code. The former allows for rapid flow of information that Public Health can use to help stem the spread of HIV / AIDS, but at the perceived expense of anonymity. There is the risk that by removing anonymity from the system, many patients will avoid treatment. However, a UI system would be more difficult to implement, and lack of support amongst doctors might result in a greater…. [read more]

Pedagogic Model: Teaching Technology in Special Education Dissertation

… " (Dougiamas, 1998) Such trivial constructivism, though, is the bedrock from which Glaserfelds more radical constructivism springs. He continues to state that because knowledge is constructed by the learner, and because no two learners are the same, knowledge itself is not absolute. There is a degree to which knowledge is an illusion, and every individual constructs their own conception of reality which (while susceptible to the demands of "real" or normal reality) does not necessarily align with the normal paradigm. Constructivism does embrace this relativistic and existential approach to reality, but it also holds as a primary value the idea of constraint which enables the thinkers to participate in social interaction and mainstream reality. (Glasersfeld)

One interesting area of constructionist theory is…. [read more]

Yellow Wallpaper Charlotte Perkins Gilman's Masterpiece Term Paper

… Yellow Wallpaper

Charlotte Perkins Gilman's masterpiece the Yellow Wallpaper is a semi-autobiographical work and it "... is based on Charlotte Perkins Gilman's own experiences with postpartum depression" (Lawall). The story, in terms of the way that it addresses the issue of gender roles, was radical and advanced for its time and the significance of the novella was not fully recognized when it was published in 1892. However, "Twentieth-century feminism rescued the novella from obscurity, and there have been a number of stage adaptations of it, dramatizing the complex struggle in one woman's mind." (Thompson)

In essence the work is essentiality a study of madness. The central theme that flows through this story is the development of a state of psychos and apparent insanity in the…. [read more]

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