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    Between the 1930s to the 1970s there seemed to be no ethical behavior when conducting research. This could be attributed to many reasons such as no set rules for conducting ethical research. Before documents such as: The declaration of human rights, the Nuremberg code and the Belmont report, there were no clear guidelines for experimenting on humans. This is in conjunction with the scientific hunger to gain knowledge on the human body impacted the type of research proposed, and conducted. Many…

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    6. How is collaborating with families and/or paraprofessionals similar to collaborating with general education teachers? How is it different? Just as in collaborating with general education teachers, collaboration with families and paraprofessionals involves creating positive relationships and open communication. Special education teachers also provide instructional support to general education teachers, this is also true for paraprofessionals and families as well. Special education teachers…

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    is one of the leading forces in our global market. It is more than likely at some point Americans will have to conduct business with the Chinese. It is important to understand the cultural differences, different values, and proper etiquette when conducting business in China as an American or it can result in a loss of a potential market that would have been beneficial to the American economy. According to Graham & Lam (2003) “The root cause: a failure on the American side to understand the much…

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    business. Every business encounters issues, some more disastrous than others conducting a threat and risk assessment can keep businesses ahead of most or allow for preparation against the inevitable. Correctly conducting a threat and risk assessment along with implementing corrective measures devised from the assessment is imperative to the survival of any business. What is a Threat and Risk…

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    Microorganism Lab Report

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    structures, biochemical composition, and the habitat they adopt. Conducting an extensive test on microorganism has many benefits. We can protect our self’s from different types of infectious disease. In the unknown microorganism label experiment we were given eight different types of microbes on an agar plate. Using the biochemical testes, we were asked to determine the identity of the microorganism. The first step in conducting a successful lab research is taking…

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    tester will already have some permissions (such as an normal user account) in place from the owner or managers of the computing resources that are to be tested. From here, the pen tester will attempt to gain additional accesses. In addition to conducting the test, the pen tester will provide management/owners with the results of the test. Penetration test analyzes systems for weakness, vulnerabilities,…

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    Abstract: We describe the successful synthesis of Polypyrrole-Gold nanocomposites (PPy-Au NCs) by the chemical oxidative polymerization of pyrrole with ferric chloride as an oxidizing agent, in the presence of a colloidal suspension of gold nanoparticles. Gold nanoparticles (Au NPs) were synthesized by standard citrate reduction method. Au NPs and PPy-Au NCs were characterized by Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM), Atomic Forced Microscopy (AFM), Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), Fourier…

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    collaborative work and conducting meetings which should include physicians, health educators, administrators, elected officials, school officials, law enforcement, churches, businesses, the public, and mainly organizations decision makers. - Collaboration is having a group of organizations working together to improve their community in many ways. Working within a coalition can help in reducing costs, a variety of resources being obtainable, and increasing efficiency. Before conducting a (CHA),…

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    Homeless Populations

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    gatekeepers within the organisation that they want to study. This is usually management or senior executives within the institution. The role of a gatekeeper is very important as it protects settings and participants (Berg 2004). However, in the case of conducting a covert ethnographic research the researcher does not need to seek permission to gain an access to the group as the group itself does not know about the study (Bryman 2012). On the other hand, it raises ethic…

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    Group Work Evaluation

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    Why would you conduct an evaluation of the group work? I would conduct an evaluation of the group work to ensure quality work is being conducted. The reason for that is because if I am a leader or even just a group member I want to make sure that the group is being productive. If the group is not being effective then they need to find out why they are not being and effective and make some modification to the groups work so that they can be productive. Some other reason to evaluate a group work…

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