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  • Phonology Case Study

    2.3 LANGUAGE BARRIERS 2.5.1 Phonology Phonology is related to the sounds of language; thus, phonology is an important part of the communication. People from different countries possess different phonology system. The differences in phonology can affect the way communicate in different language. For instance, Japanese and Korean learners do not have l and r in their language, therefore, they will have difficulty in pronouncing it (Lightbown, P., & Spada, N. M., 2006). Same as in Thai language…

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  • Ethical Effects Of Teleportation Technology

    long history. Although the technology has inspired many with its numerous potential applications, it has also terrified a lot of pessimists. Teleportation is a technology that promises to provide instantaneous travel from one location, for instance, Bangkok to another site far from the earth like the Alpha Centauri star system. Such power is one that is worth grasping after. Some have gone ahead to suggest that such power can be humankind’s saviour and additionally any incidental technology from…

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  • Human Trafficking Causes

    The cause of human trafficking in asean Next cause of human trafficking is sex tourism. Beginning in the year 1960 and 1970, the global travel become more affordable and more accessible to the general population, there was an explosion in international travel and tourism. Many countries began relying on revenues from tourism as an important addition to the national economy.() Then, government began developing national tourism policies and programs in hopes of promoting continued growth. This new…

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  • Uber's External Opportunities And Threats

    In response to your request, I am providing you with this report concerning the analysis of Uber’s internal strengths and weaknesses and the external opportunities and threats. The Ride sharing service Uber is one of the fastest growing companies at the moment, valued at $ 17 billion. It is available in more than 150 cities in more than 45 countries. Uber has been trying to expand into Europe, but unfortunately with not much success. To make a successful entry into the European market, Uber has…

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  • Moral Foundations Theory Essay

    When faced with questionable issues, humans automatically assess their proprieties as judgement is a human instinct (Hanna, 2004). The natural tendency of humans to judge their encounters is essentially based on morality, which serves as a foundation on which two major sets of beliefs adhere: conservatism and progressivism (Haidt, 2008). People with a preference for traditional perspectives and dismiss innovation are referred to as conservatives (Heath, 2010). These individuals place higher…

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  • ODEL Public Limited Company Case Analysis

    Integrated Communication | Task 1 | December 2015 1. (A) Overview of ODEL Public Limited Company “ODEL is synonymous with fashion. It is defined by a unique identity and is a destination in itself. It is a brand loved, followed and enjoyed by many” attracting unmatched footfalls, both local and foreign customers. Softlogic Holdings PLC along with its subsidiary, Softlogic Retail (Pvt) Ltd, acquired ODEL PLC in 2014. Softlogic Holdings PLC is one of Sri Lanka’s rapidly growing…

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  • Analysis Of The Politics Of Buddhist Revival By Laurence Cox

    three thousand disadvantaged individuals was an act of kindness, even though some felt that he was hostile. I believe the decisions Dhammaloka made to open a free English-Language school in Siam, and donations he received from Burmese merchants in Bangkok for a school he established in a working –class district, was another impressive strategy he used to spread his message of Buddhism (Cox, 2010, p. 183). However, I felt that Dhammaloka not being able to identify with the sacred scriptures of…

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  • The Role Of Feminism In Modern Women

    Male and female are the two gender identities/ideals that we have been living with for as long as we’ve known. Not until recently have people started looking at gender, sexual identity and feminism differently. In the past, anyone who claimed they were neither male nor female was diagnosed with Gender Identity Disorder (GID) or more commonly known as Gender Dysphoria. Today, gender can be seen as a spectrum, with more than two opposing ideals to many. Gender roles, feminism are all portrayed…

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  • Tata Airlines Case Study

    Tata Sons, a separation of Tata Sons Ltd. (now Tata Group) was created by J. R. D. Tata in 1932. [17][18] The aviator Nevill Vintcent had an believed to run mail flights from Bombay and Colombo that related alongside the Regal Airways flights from the United Kingdom. He discovered a advocate for his strategies from J. R. D. Tata of the Tata Iron and Steel Company. Later three years of arbitrations Vintcent and Tata attained a contract to hold the mail in April 1932 and in July 1932 the Aviation…

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  • Cultural Differences Between Anna And The King

    members of relationship- oriented one pay more attention to finding out their co-workers’ personal information (Peterson, 2006). When Anna is introduced to the Prime Minister, she is asked questions of her personal life such as her relations in Bangkok, marital status, how long her husband has died and how he died. This is the custom of Siam as well as many other Asian countries to show their politeness and caring to others. Notwithstanding, the women from a task-oriented society feels offended…

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