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Implications for the Development of Sainsburys in the Future

Implications for the development of sainsbury’s in the future 1. Introduction The retail industry is one of the oldest industrial sectors of UK having its roots based in the 19th century. An article in “The Financial Times” about Sainsbury’s dropping sales and consequently market shares triggered the research topic and we drove ourselves to the […]

Pages: 24 Words: 7320 Topics: Customer Satisfaction, Marketing Research, Research Design, Research, Retail, Service Quality, Supermarket

Angle of Vision

RESEARCH QUESTION: DOES THE CHANGE IN THE ANGLE OF VISION (FROM STRAIGHT TO PERIPHERAL) EFFECT THE TIME TAKEN TO DETECT MOTION AND COLOR IN HUMANS? ABSTRACT: The research question of my study is “Does the change in the angle of vision (from straight to peripheral) effect the time taken to detect motion and color in […]

Pages: 19 Words: 5750 Topics: Light, Nervous System, Perception, Senses, Vision, Visual Perception
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Exchange Rate Volatility

Chapter 1: Introduction The relationship between exchange rate volatility and trade flows has been extensively reviewed in literature. Exchange rate volatility refers to the extent to which prices of currencies tend to fluctuate over time. Theoretical literature has provided diverging views on the effect on exchange rate volatility on trade flows. Some authors argue that […]

Pages: 37 Words: 11101 Topics: Demand, Economy, Foreign Exchange Market, Market

What is Factor Analysis?

1.0 DEFINITION OF FACTOR ANALYSIS Factor analysis (FA) refers to a latent structure approach that can be used to analyze interrelationships among a large number of variables by explaining the underlying unobservable variables (latent variables) that are reflected in the observed variables (manifest variables) known as factors. With FA, the researcher can first identify the […]

Pages: 9 Words: 2824 Topics: Analysis, Data Analysis, Scientific Method

The Issues of Race in William Shakespeare’s Plays

This dissertation provides a critical discussion of the issues of race in such William Shakespeare’s plays as The Tempest, Titus Andronicus and Othello. Analysing the context, in which these plays are created, and applying to such theoretical tools as the qualitative research method and the social constructionist approach, the research evaluates different perceptions of race […]

Pages: 26 Words: 7872 Topics: Desdemona, Iago, Othello, Race, Racism, Research, William Shakespeare

Wilderness Tourism Marketing | Leisure Management Dissertations

Promoting Wilderness Tourism Literature Review Introduction Behavioural research on the study on wilderness destination is a relatively new development in the ecotourism industry. Promoting place marketing has become increasingly important within the tourist industry (Kang-Li 2008). There has been limited work done on promoting wilderness as a place of tourism. This research project aims to […]

Pages: 19 Words: 5574 Topics: Brand, Ecotourism, Experience, Marketing Communications, Motivation, Research

Understanding the Relationship between Alexithymia and Self-Harm

I. Background and Rationale a) Introduction Self-injurious behaviors are a concern among young adults and require a better discernment of hazardous aspects and pathways to these occurrences (Anestis et al., 2009). These young adults predicate that their self-inflicted acts, involving low lethality methods such as burning skin or skin cuts, are not suicidal. Developmental psychopathology […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1100 Topics: Attachment Theory, Behavior, Disability, Emotional Intelligence, Emotions, Mental Disorder, Psychopathology, Social Constructionism