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Structure and Outline

Introduction The easiest way to sabotage all the work you have done so far is to skip this lesson. Writing is as much a discipline as it is an art, and to ensure that your essays flow well and make sense, you need to construct solid outlines before you write. Unless you conscientiously impose structure […]

Pages: 45 Words: 13585 Topics: Debate, Reasoning, Social Science, Time

Entrepreneur Economic Business

BECOMING AN ENTREPRENEUR: ENTREPRENEURIAL IDENTITY CONSTRUCTION OF AFGHANS IN PESHAWAR ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND BUSINESS 1.0 Introduction Wealth creation and economic growth has been one major factor which distinguish the developed countries from the third world countries and entrepreneurship is one of the main reasons, responsible for of the current progress of nations (Baumol, Litan et al. […]

Pages: 33 Words: 9862 Topics: Entrepreneurship, Ethnographic, Motivation, Qualitative Research, Refugee, Research, Social Science
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Network Development Management

Identifying and Mapping the Scientific Landscape of Expatriate(s) Studies in Last Five Decades: An Author Co-citation Analysis ABSTRACT This paper aims to explore the theoretical essentials of the knowledge network of expatriate studies based on a dataset of 793 journal articles and 17716 citations. A computer-aided co-citation network analysis of 17716 citations is conducted to […]

Pages: 31 Words: 9410 Topics: Citation, Justification, Knowledge, Qualitative Research, Research, Social Networking, Social Science

Social Networks

CHAPTER 1 The Social Fabric of Elementary School Teams: How Network Content Shapes Social Networks [1] ABSTRACT Background. Social networks among teachers are receiving increased attention as a vehicle to support the implementation of educational innovations, foster teacher development, and ultimately, improve school achievement. While researchers are currently studying a variety of teacher network types […]

Pages: 34 Words: 10337 Topics: Data Analysis, Friendship, Information, Research, Social Networking, Social Science, Teacher

Basic Concepts of Research

Basic Concepts of Research 1.1 INTRODUCTION: During the last two decades and more, the socio-business environment of the world has witnessed dramatic changes in its nature and scope. Emerging from a historically economic role, the business organization has evolved in response to the social and political stigma of national public policy, explosive growth in technology, […]

Pages: 38 Words: 11402 Topics: Fact, Hypothesis, Research, Scientific Method, Social Science, Strategic Management, Supply And Demand

Importance of Looked after Children and Education

This dissertation has used a historical timeline of Governmental changes to policies and laws as a background to describe the evolving importance of looked after children and education. This framework was chosen because of the amount of changes to policy and law and to clarify in more detail how they connected to corresponding law and […]

Pages: 14 Words: 4097 Topics: Child, Children, Inquiry, Justification, Learning, Research, Social Science

Enhancing Relevance and Appropriateness of Hiv/aids Policy Interventions

Chapter Eight Enhancing relevance and appropriateness of HIV/AIDS policy interventions: Lessons from lived experiences at a fishing village in Uganda 8.1 Introduction The social groups which have so far proven to be most vulnerable to HIV infection are those which have long faced discrimination and stigma, blame and stereotype labels, or have suffered economic hardships […]

Pages: 31 Words: 9433 Topics: Behavior, Community, Empowerment, Public Health, Social Group, Social Science, Social Work

Indentifying Opportunities for Export of Processed Food from India to Europe Business Essay

1.1 Processed food industry for India. India, with the second largest arable land in the world and with diverse agro-climatic zones across the country, has tremendous production advantages in agriculture, with the potential to cultivate a vast range of agricultural products. (S Venkatraman, August 25, 2007). According to Nanchill J Rajkumar, if these advantages are […]

Pages: 7 Words: 1969 Topics: Export, Paradigm, Qualitative Research, Quantitative Research, Research, Social Science

Examine Hobbes’ Proposition that ‘people Need Governed’

The debate surrounding our original state of nature or species being has been hotly contested by scholars for centuries and remains a pivotal line of enquiry in contemporary pedagogic circles. In societies across the globe we observe entire populations governed by (religious) laws and practices designed to manage, control and otherwise police the boundaries of […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2486 Topics: Emile Durkheim, Human, Reasoning, Social Contract, Social Science

Discuss the Arguments for and against a Critically Charged and Politically Involved Public Sociology

It may be argued that sociology is of activist origins, propelled by a desire to comprehend, diagnose and ultimately administer solutions to societal ailments. However, with the advent of scientific discourse, especially the rise of so-called hard sciences, the discipline has been absorbed into the pedagogic realm of social-science which seeks to emulate its empirical […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2331 Topics: Emile Durkheim, Epistemology, Karl Marx, Max Weber, Research, Social Science

Human Variability Social Science Datasets

Human Variability Social Science Datasets Human variability is an important component of social science datasets. How do social researchers account for this variability when drawing conclusions from data? Describe two situations in which the basis for these conclusions is undermined. Introduction The information contained in social science datasets aims to provide an accurate description of […]

Pages: 9 Words: 2717 Topics: Alcoholism, Data Analysis, Human, Quantitative Research, Research, Social Science, Violence

Science Fiction

Introduction Science fiction is one of the genres in the speculative fiction; it focuses on the concepts that are imaginative. This includes technology, time travel, parallel universes and futuristic science. The area of science fictions deals with the exploration of the scientific effects and innovations; other scholars refer to this as the literature of ideas […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2273 Topics: Fantasy, Fiction, Future, Gender, Human, Research, Social Science

Statement of Purpose Master’s Degree in Communication

The reason am interested in earning the MA in Communication at John Hopkins University Dc I decided to do communication because I have always liked writing about everything that looked fascinating and reading articles that I came across. During my childhood, I used to write imaginative stories which I would then read to my grandmother, […]

Pages: 2 Words: 560 Topics: Behavior Modification, Communication, Expert, Learning, Research, Social Science, University
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