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Why is the body an important object of anthropological study?

In order to try and understand a different culture I feel it is of paramount importance to first consider the smallest human unit of that culture. How people relate to that individual unit, facilitates understanding of collectives such as the family and the society itself. As Comaroff suggests, (1985:6-7), “the body mediates all action upon […]

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Is sunbathing good for you case study

Ultraviolet Rays Ultraviolet rays are placed just after visible light on the electromagnetic spectrum. The further left anything is on the spectrum, the most dangerous it generally is to humans. Ultraviolet Rays (UV Rays) are constantly emitted from the sun. UV rays are sub-divided into three categories; UVA, UVB and UVC. UVC rays are the […]

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Analyse, review and comment upon magazine covers

The magazine I have studied is called ‘Essentials’. The date on the magazine is June 2007 and in my opinion it is aimed at a thirty to fifty age range. The word ‘Essential’ implies that the magazine has everything the reader will need. It is also in white text, which stands out because there is […]

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Competition: Pizza Case Study

There are now many places on the high street where you can buy, and often take away pizza as well. In the 1990s however this was not a big industry and prices were often expensive, due to lack of competition unlike today, where prices are constantly being pushed down due to more competition. Competition can […]

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Case Study of a Franchise Pizza Business

Samia’s Special Pizza’s was first set up in 1985 as a private limited company as was first opened in Manchester as a pizza take away shop. Our first shop was very successful and within the first two years we had decided to open a further three outlets in Manchester area. Samia Special Pizza were keen […]

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Benidorm Case Study

When it was discovered in the fairly early post war years, Benidorm was a small fishing village, with a relatively small population – whose main income was obtained through fishing the local coast -, on the Costa del Sol but quickly became Spain’s biggest holiday resort for people from foreign countries, and at its peak, […]

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Supporting and Safeguarding Adults

‘All care homes should have CCTV’, says woman who used E120 covert camera to capture shocking footage showing nurse abusing and taunting her 92-year-old mother-in-law’ An elderly lady living in a dementia care home, Bridie Rees was shouted at and abused by a nurse she knew and trusted called Faderera Bello. Her family noticed bruises […]

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Reflexology Case Study

Client B is 40 years old, happily married, with two children. She has an active lifestyle looking after her family as well as working part time in two shops in the village where she lives. In her spare time she enjoys taking part in aerobics classes. Medical History At the initial consultation, Client B revealed […]

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Hilton Hotels and a B&B analysed

Hilton Hotels Corporation is recognised as one of the leading global hospitality companies. Hilton Hotels Corporation is also renowned for providing guests and customers with the finest, most exclusive accommodation and service anywhere in the world and brings value for business or leisure. Hilton Hotels offer guests the widest possible variety of hotels, including city […]

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Case Study “Off Course”

1. Describe the type(s) of control that could be used to improve the BC Ferries service to prevent an accident such as this occurring again. Be specific. Feedback control proves that while they had an established protocol for situations such as this, however, the process wasn’t second nature to staff. Feedback also established the need […]

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