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Different world

Fayol faced a much different world in the early 20th century than we do today. Although considered stable by today’s standards, the economic climate of the coal and iron industry at the time, was fiercely competitive and presented a variety of uncertainties, risks and challenges to Fayol and Comambault (Wren 2001). This has no doubt […]

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Third World form of colonialism

‘It is both a magnificent attraction and a milestone accomplishment – a privately owned business with the majority shareholding forever in the hands of the Aboriginal tribal councils themselves. ‘ However a study by Dyer et al (2003 p. 87) found that upon investigation, Djabugay people were actually minority shareholders although most of the indigenous […]

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The post modern world

Sushi in Hong Kong has been localized in various aspects. Localization makes sushi affordable to Hong Kong people. Because there is kaiten sushi, sushi counters in supermarkets and sushi stalls in food courts in Hong Kong while Japan does not. The forms of eating sushi, the content and the taste of sushi and the management […]

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Better world

A rationalist argues that knowledge derives principally from reason where an empiricist claims that knowledge originates from our senses. Without the senses we would not be able to receive any kind of knowledge, as we need to be able to see things and hear what people are telling you. It’s often said that ‘you have […]

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The foundation phase framework

The virtual trail that has been created is based around the topic of ‘Our World’. This is a very broad theme that covers many areas such as; the creation story, people and places, animals and how to keep our world tidy. The creation story tells the story in a simple way which is easy for […]

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Comparative Essay on Oliver Twist and Brave New World

The changes in our society according to our actions, can lead to our own self-annihilation. In the novel, “Oliver Twist,” the author, Charles Dickens, tells us that the government has taken wrong actions towards poverty and crime in his time, but from then on, through the use of characters in Dickens’ novel, people shine more […]

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Interconnected world

Mcluhan (1964) categorised the medium (media) into “hot” and “cold” media. He stated that the “hot” media was information which did not require audience to take participation to think about what was going on such as radio, film, lecture and photograph because the information was explained with sequential, linear and logical in a way which […]

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The real world

Secondly, the emotional distance of the victim has been put forward as a determining factor – if individuals do not feel close to those they victimise responsibility is diffused. When the learner could not be seen by the teacher and heard no complaints, nearly all obeyed calmly to the end. However, when the learner was […]

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Will War of The Worlds damage our children?

This relates to the first assumption. The Social Learning Theory was devised through Bandura’s most famous study in 1963. He exposed groups of children to violence. Bandura explained how children learn new behaviour by imitating their role models. A real life situation or a film in which a model beat up a rubber “Bobo Doll”, […]

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World Wide Web

The use of multimedia software applications on the IWB is important to consider as it has more than one medium, that is text, sound, pictures, video and animation. One powerful feature of multimedia text is their interactivity the reader can choose how explore the text, how to read it, how to hear it, watch it. […]

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