Comparing how Facebook and Flickr make Money

Introduction Web is dominated by the social networking sites. Many sites allow their users to create their accounts for free. However, many people don’t know how the social networking sites make their money. The main way that the sites make their money is through some investments from some capitalists who bet that the sites they are venturing into will make a lot of money fr...
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Democracy

There is no single universally accepted definition of the term democracy. Nevertheless, any clear definition of the term must take into account the key principles of freedom and equality. In a democratic society, all the citizens are seen as equal before the rule of law, are entitled to equal access to power, and their freedom is safeguarded by certain legitimized rights and...
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Content and Service Delivery

The first website has described the Community Missions agency. Community Missions website is quite wide and one finds much information on the home page though there is still more information by clicking on the information that one requires. It has included the founding time which is 1925 in the website. The Community Missions has always provided unique blend of community supp...
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Corporate Leadership

“Leadership,” writes the historian James MacGregor Burns, “is one of the most observed and least understood phenomena on earth.” (3) Indeed, there are untold volumes on leadership. There are business chronicles, stories of great corporations and their achievements, some exposes, and other vehicles of self-justification. There are descriptions of ends a...
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Demographic Data

Members belonging to a law enforcement group are expected to be fully aware of the demographic composition of the cities in which they operate in order for them to be able to carry out their activities effectively. The demographic composition includes parameters like race and ethnic composition, and community organization within their areas within their areas of jurisdiction....
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Detecting Media Bias

It is said by the unknown author that “… It is natural to develop prejudices. It is noble to rise above them”. Until people have preferences, they will have prejudices; however, critical thinking and analysis helps to uncover the hidden meaning or part of sound, at first sight, point or idea. The headline news story which I am writing about is published on Thursday, Sep...
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Denmark – New Rules for Family Reunification

The new rule about family reunification was created with the purpose of facilitating the process itself, and encouraging individuals to follow the legal steps in order to avoid complications later. Most of the rules were reverted to the conditions prior to July 2011. As we see, the former legislation was in effect for less than a year, and then it was changed due to the high ...
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Effective Communication Case Study Analysis

Introduction Johnson & Johnson is one of the world’s biggest health care companies. In the early eighties, the company faced a challenging task of responding to public relation crises. These crises were grave to an extent that they could spell the company collapse were they not handled with utmost care and creativity. Public relation and effective communication play a p...
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Department of Homeland Security

Introduction Department of Homeland Security is one of the strongest security forces in the world. Its main mandate is to prevent terror threats directed towards America. In addition, the Department of Homeland Security has the duty to protect the citizens against any natural disasters. The article ‘Homeland Security: Department Organization and Management’ by Harold C. Rely...
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Effects of Television, Movies, and Electronic Games on Culture

Since its invention in 1927, the television has experienced gradual growth in its audience with around 238 million people currently watching it each day. Around 1947, the electronic games were invented and the gamers increased steadily until currently, 65 percent of US households play electronic games (Hand, 2010). According to The Numbers, 1.2 billion movie tickets have been...
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