Quantitative Data Analysis

Practitioner Research Techniques Assessment. Part 2; Quantitative Analysis By Stephenson J Sylvester, University of Huddersfield. July 2006 This paper is a discussion in support of the Doctorate of Education Programme Unit 3 Assignment part 2 on Quantitative Analysis. The discussion looks at the usage and value of quantitative data analysis packages like SPSS. A brief compari...
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Global Warming: What Should Be Done

Introduction Global warming is already well-proven scientifically, it is a latent negative effect that that is causing the planet the warming, besides elevating the temperature if the planet that goes through the habitats if the certain species if animals and insects, such is mosquitoes carry several diseases that were only common in the South America, and are frequently see...
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A Financial Statement Analysis Project for Introductory Financial Accounting

Global Perspectives on Accounting Education Volume 6, 2009, 83-96 A FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS PROJECT FOR INTRODUCTORY FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING Marilyn B. Misch Business Administration Division Pepperdine University Malibu, California USA Carolyn A. Galantine Business Administration Division Pepperdine University Malibu, California USA ABSTRACT This paper describes a financial...
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Global Citizens

Definition Global citizens are not legally recognized persons whose existence is best signified as “associatively.” Global citizens are not defined more by the legal sanctions than by the “associational” that are very different from national citizens. This is because there are no international bureaucracies that give protection and sanctions to global citizens and in spite o...
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Tennis

The sport of tennis has had a huge impact on my life. More than just helping me with hand eye coordination and athleticism it also taught me more important things. It showed me the values of friendship, perseverance, and enjoying the little things in life. Tennis at Webster City never was a very popular sport, we barely had enough members for a junior varsity. But I almost l...
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Film analysis

When Harry met Sally When Harry met Sally is a romantic comedy which look into different point of view from men and women. The film starts with Harry and Sally traveling to New York together from Chicago 19777. They talks about how men and women can ever Just be “friend”, and Harry and Sally had totally different thoughts about it. Harry thinks men and women can n...
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The Modern Day Witch Trials

In 1962, hysteria and confusion took hold of the colonial Massachusetts as the Salem Witch Trials began. Many people were either hanged or jailed, even though the accusations had no definite evidence. This event leaves a dark mark in the American history and as the witch hunts of 1962 came to an end, people thought that it was over – or so they thought. In the 21st cen...
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Good Immigration Case Study Analysis

Illegal immigration has been one of the United States’ concerns for a while. Even though some are in the country illegally does not mean that they aren’t still people and that they don’t deserve to stay in the United States. There is a debate going on where people, meaning politicians, are trying to decide if people who are currently in the country illegally should be allowe...
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Waiting for “Superman”

Waiting for “Superman” is a book that clearly describes the situation of some five students who strive to receive quality education. The stories of these students are sidelined by a number of chapters from different prominent authors. This book illustrates the general situation of American education. The education system in the American public school undergoes a major crisis....
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China Reminibi Case Q’s

CHINA’S RENMINBI: “OUR CURRENCY, YOUR PROBLEM” Due at 12:30 pm, Oct 31, 2012 Please submit your answers ELECTRONICALLY by group to huangyr. [email protected] tsinghua. edu. cn Part I Answer the following questions based on the material of the case (BEFORE year 2007) 1. Why are Japan, the newly industrialized economies (. NIEs. ) and developing Asian countries less vocal ...
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