MTP – Timed Assignment

Hofstede Five Dimensions of National CultureThis is a model developed by Gert Hofstede of five dimensions of national culture which assist in understanding fundamental value variations. The model differentiates cultures according to power distance, individualism/collectivism, masculinity/femininity, uncertainty avoidance and long-term orientation (de Mooij, 2004, p. 33). We ...
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The Effects of Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is perhaps the most misunderstood mental disorder in existence. While it is true that it is highly serious, it is also highly treatable. (Understanding Schizophrenia: Signs, Symptoms, and Causes) Schizophrenia is a worldwide, extremely debilitating mental disease. The severity of the disorder is mostly due to the chronic pattern and long-lasting symptoms. It is ...
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Case Study on Ultrafiltration

Ultrafiltration Case Study: Ultrafiltration is the kind of membrane filtration, which is characterized with the separation of solutes and suspended solids through the semipermeable membrane under the effect of pressure. Ultrafiltration is the selective transportation of the solutes and water which have low molecular weight through the membrane while the solutes with the hig...
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European Union

On 1 May 2004, the european Union is expected to admit ten more countries as members. Three years after that it is expected to admit two more and possibly another one shortly afterwards. For countries which are not in eU this means that there will be a major change in the membership of the economic and political grouping which, among other things. The enlargement, which was f...
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A Case Study in Budgeting

1. Introduction Doomy Corporation is a rapidly expanding specialist photocopier manufacturer that is in the process of formulating plans for next year. The companies marketing director has completed his sales budget and has provided The following budgeted sales figures that show the growth expected and will provide the planning basis for other corporate departments. The cor...
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Social Insurance

Social insurance is a device that helps individuals to pool together their risks and transferring it to an institution, often the government, which is charged by the law to give service or cash benefits to or on behalf of the individuals covered in case of incurring losses that have been specified. Social insurance programs are defined by particular general characteristics. F...
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George Orwell ‘s Animal Farm

Orwell’s Animal Farm is a fable that parallels the succession of different forms of government in human history. The text is an obvious allegory of the proletarian revolution and its ultimate consequences. Significantly, the novel points to a vicious repetition of the same pattern in government, despite the apparent differences in principles that the governments are based on....
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Role of Religion in Undeveloped Countries

Religion is “a set of cultural belief systems, and worldview that establishes symbols that relate humanity to spirituality and moral values”. Religious teachings are meant to liberate individuals from within so that they can achieve happiness and peace in their lives. Consequently, religion is an integral aspect of the social system that can play a positive role in underdevel...
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Why Should People Stop Smoking?

In my point of view, people should stop or at least reduce smoking. Smoking is the action of inhaling and exhaling the smoke of tobacco; a single cigarette, contains over 4,800 chemicals. Therefore, based on Center for Disease Control (CDC) data, these 4,800 chemicals are responsible for more than 480,000 deaths per year in the United, including more than 41,000 deaths resul...
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Starbucks business report

This Is a report about Cataracts PL. Cataracts Is a global coffee shop chain, with 20,891 stores throughout 62 countries. Along with many other business objectives, the company has been focusing on growth and expansion. There are two different types of growth that have to be distinguished. Internal or organic growth, which involves investing in already existing products or de...
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