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  • Glo-Bus Vs Glo-Bus Simulation

    This strategic management class was very different from the undergraduate strategic management class that I took two years ago. In the undergraduate class the main focus was mainly GLO-BUS with online tests from information out of the textbook. In the graduate strategic management class there was more focus on case work along with GLO-BUS and testing from information in the textbook. The incorporation of the case work taught the students more about real world scenarios that is hard to teach through testing and reading a book. The instructors had high standards for the students to analyze every part of the company that their case was about and to determine how to improve that particular company. One of the most beneficial things, in my opinion, was the incorporation of the cases and GLO-BUS at the same time. These two projects were very valuable to the class and helped bring all the knowledge that students have learned from previous classes into one assignment. The GLO-BUS simulator was one of the most realistic exercises that students can have to learn about how to run a company. The simulator uses all aspects of the company from the production side to the financial side. The simulator includes the other teams from the class and uses them as actual competitors similar to the real world. One of the major problems that many teams learned pretty quickly is that everyone cannot have the same strategy. If all the companies try to be the cheap quality and low cost company, there…

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  • Gynodioecious Species Essay

    phylogenetic and ecological framework focusing on tree species of early angiosperms. Along the way, this involves several additional goals. Chapter 1. The first objective is to determine whether floral dimorphism is translated into gynodioecism in Lauraceae, the phylogenetic relationship with other breeding systems in Lauraceae. Results would provide steady evidence to define gynodioecious on Lauraceae as well to define the phylogenetic association with other mating systems in the O.…

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  • Social Disorganization Theory Of Shaw, Shaw And Henry D. Mckay

    This model was founded on the idea in which, “crime is a product of transitional neighborhoods that manifest social disorganization and value conflict” (Shaw & McKay, Juvenile Delinquency and Urban Areas, p.52). The concentric zone model originally pioneered by Burgess, allowed Shaw & McKay to boost their ideas multiple steps forward, allowing them to point out a reason and also map out their social disorganization theory. “Burgess and his students scoured the city of Chicago for data that could…

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  • Ecological Model Of IPV

    2.4.1 Ecological Model The ecological model provides a comprehensive theoretical explanation on the perpetrators of IPV and explains IPV from four angles; the individual level, the relationship level, the community level and the societal level. The biological and personal characteristics indicated by the individual level of the model those are likely to influence an intimate partner to perpetrate violence against the other partner. Age, education, income, substance use, or histories of…

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  • Globalization And Cultural Analysis

    consists of the “symbolic construction, articulation, and dissemination of meaning—given that language, music and images constitute the major forms of symbolic expression” (Steger 74). Steger says that culture changes over time, but globalization forces a more rapid change. There is a debate over if globalization is making us culturally all the same or all different. Globalization has made individuals more aware of cultures around the world in which they were previously unfamiliar. Places in the…

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  • Macro Environment: Social And Socioeconomic Factors In The Apple Company

    on Apple’s decision making process. However, from 2007 to 2009, Apple could not control the political factors. Half of the sales of Apple’s products were reported to be from countries other than America. Apple spread their product manufacturing to different countries other than America to reduce the operating cost. Public health issues, bad international relations, wars, terrorism etc. are some of the political factors that may give a negative impact and may damage the image of Apple Company.…

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  • Neanderthal Disappearance Essay

    the disappearance of the Neanderthal lineage can be summarized into two main theories: Multiregional Continuity Model and the Out-of-Africa Model (Crane-Kramer and Harrison 2011). With two varying viewpoints, these theories have been studied extensively and continue to be debated within the anthropology community. This paper will look at the debate surrounding…

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  • Population Growth In Paramecium

    protozoa, usually are ovoid and elongated. They widespread in brackish environments and freshwater. Length of the species are various ranging from 50 micrometers to 330 micrometers. They feed on yeasts, algae, and small protozoa which are captured by them through phagocytosis, devouring a particle by “wrapping pseudopodia around it and packaging it within a food vacuole” (Campbell and Reece 2011). They also serve as the models for the study of basic biological phenomena (Görtz and Adoutte 1988).…

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  • Impact Of Keynesianism On Economic Sustainable Development

    As the world is recognize to have become more complex, simplified assumptions of classical model must give way to the acknowledgement of the risks, uncertainties, and expectations pursued to build success. Though Keynesians contributed immensely to sustainable development, but to this day of post Keynesianism, their approach only discuss the concepts of sustainable development but fails to put forward a clear presentation of the three fundamental pillars. Keynesian theories were implemented by…

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  • Biotic Resistance Hypothesis Analysis

    Although he was conscious of the stability being replaced by resistance against invaders and the concept of the ecological niche, I believe his argument loses its influence by not centralizing on how we can make invasive species become less harmful in an ecosystem with no diversity rather then completely accepting the concept that invasion decreases when biodiversity increases. He claims that niches are empty when there’s fewer species and filled when there’s more species causing ecosystems with…

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