The role of government

Introduction For centuries governments have performed regulating, controlling and management functions for many countries. Nowadays there is a great shift of the accents in the globalized world. It seems that the governments have turned into a huge regulating machine performing on a various backgrounds. Their roles and functions are blurred and the global community is often ...
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Schizophrenia Problem

Schizophrenia is a mental disorder, which distorts the personality of a person and makes it difficult for him/her to interact socially with other people. Schizophrenics usually are unable to distinguish between the real and unreal things, they are unable to think clearly, and have abnormal emotional responses to different events in life, cannot act normally in social situatio...
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Love, Lust, or Loyalty in the Canterbury Tales

The Canterbury Tales is a collection of stories written between 1387 and 1400 by Geoffrey Chaucer. The stories detail stories that a group of pilgrims tells while they travel to Canterbury. Chaucer had many goals when writing this collection of stories. Since he lives in the medieval time period, a person’s social status was extremely influential and affected every aspect of ...
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International Business

Introduction The Coca-Cola Company which is the largest world beverage company operates in more than 200 countries with its product line including over 2800 of diverse items. The strategic management issues of the Coca-Cola Company shows that its mission statement targets to create the consumer products, services as well as communications. It also signifies the company’...
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Oil Funds

Most oil producing countries in the world of capitalism always want more. They want more profit, and more market share, and more revenues from oil among others. The realizations of these objectives have been attained through the successful initiation, development and management of oil revenues in most instances. Indeed, the effective development and management of oil revenue...
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Voting Machines

E-voting machines have certainly contributed to the voting progress and are an integral part of elections in the U.S. As some critics have dubbed e-voting as a really dangerous and unpopular with security people, some others showed much support to it. The latter, however, stressed the urgency of the auditability issue, saying that e-voting is safe when it is secured with the ...
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Sub-optimal Response to OCD

Preamble The focus of the study is on the sub-optimal response to obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) among patients showing an obsession with fear and anxiety. People suffering from the disorder reflect certain characteristics. The characteristics include: fear of harming others; fear of contamination or dirt; fear of embarrassment; fear of committing a mistake; fear of har...
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Positive Psychology

Psychology is a scientific study of human behaviour and mental process. It has different branches which existed for many years and they include child psychology, animal psychology and human psychology among others. Recently, in 1998, Martin Seligman and Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi developed a new branch and named it as positive psychology. This branch is not determined to replace...
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Tsunami Horror

What is a Tsunami? A tsunami is a huge wave that creates by an earthquake and comes out the ocean and destroys anything in front of it. They come towards you from a speed of 500 mph. Tsunamis are like giant floods. The destruction is so bad in 2004 there were 250,000 dead. In a tsunami no one can save you, they could help you after but they can’t do anything when you’re unde...
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Karl Ratzinger

Karl Ratzinger was born on April 16 in 1927. This was in Marktl in Bavaria which is in the neighborhood of the shrine of Marian. This shrine had been the pilgrimage site for the Austrians and Bavarians for many years and which can be traced to the middle ages. There is something special in this day because it was on a Holy Saturday of Easter and as the Easter service was bein...
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