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  • Abenomics: The Past, Present, And Future Of Japan

    economy in the world in terms of Growth Domestic Product (GDP). In 2015, Japan’s GDP reach an astonishing $5.46 trillion AUD (World Bank), ranking in third behind China in second position and the United States of America in the first position. Japan’s GDP accounted for 6.65% of the world economy; this clearly states that Japan is one of the biggest economies in the world. Japan GDP has fluctuated in past decades. Japan has experienced a negative economic growth since 2012 when the country’s GDP…

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  • Oral Microbiome Essay

    Oral Microbiome 10: Reflection 3 One a daily basis the human mouth can come in contact with many different materials and organisms. “The human mouth is home to billions of individual microorganisms, including viruses, protozoa, fungi, archaea, and bacteria” (University of Minnesota Department of Biology Teaching and Learning, 2016, p. 21). In specific, during this lab we are looking at Streptococcus mutans (S. mutans) and Lactobacilli. In studies, it has been shown that yogurt has helped…

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  • Essay On Turner's Syndrome

    Background Turner’s syndrome is a genetic disorder that occurs in 1 in every 2,500 female births. Though it occurs in about 3% of fetuses, 99% of these fetuses are spontaneously aborted[1]. Turner’s syndrome can be defined as a combination of phenotypes with varying expressivity along with the complete or partial loss of an X sex chromosome[2]. Symptoms of Turner’s syndrome include, but aren’t limited to short stature, glucose intolerance, broad chest and widely spread nipples, amenorrhea,…

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  • The Earth's Population: The Problem Of Overpopulation

    In 1798, Reverend Thomas Malthus said that the earth’s population would grow more quickly then we are able to produce resources, such as food (Dimick). He hypothesized that the population would grow geometrically, meaning it would double, while the amount of resources we have would only grow arithmetically (Dimick). What are the leading contributors to overpopulation and lack of resources, and what can country’s do specifically to fix the gap? Overpopulation is defined as “an undesirable…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Overpopulation

    billion. It took only 9 more years for world population to reach five billion, six billion in 1999, and now its over seven billion (Davidson, 1995). Many places in the world are realizing that with population growth comes…

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  • South Africa Research Paper

    Recently, a bank called Citygroup ranked South Africa as the richest country in the world in terms of mineral and natural resources. The value was estimated around 2.5 trillion. Shocking statistics reveal that South African whites and western foreigners own as much as 80% of it, which makes south Africa unquestionable the most racially unequal country. Already in 1455, the Portuguese people discovered South Africa, a nation that had almost unlimited access to valuable, material resources. The…

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  • Economic Growth In China's Case Study

    strategies used to promote economic growth and development in this economy Economic growth in China’s case refers to the increased use of productive resources such as land, labour, capital and entrepreneurship as a result of improved technology, population and labour force growth can be measure in real Gross Domestic Product(GDP) per capita. On the other hand Economic development refers to the process of structural change required in an economy for economic growth to happen, can be measured in…

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  • Essay On Japanese Colonialism

    Legacies of Japanese colonialism for the two Koreas After taking part in the lecture and reading the article of Bruce Cumings, I gained a much better understanding on several aspects of the afterlife of the Japanese colonial era in Korea. One of the key concepts was the role the colonization has played in the success of economical development in both North and South Korea. Both Cumings and Carter J. Eckert argue that the roots of South Korea's capitalist revolution can be traced back this era,…

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  • Greiner Organizational Growth Model

    Greiner's Organizational Growth model describes specific phases an organization goes through over time as it increases in size. Each phase consists of a period of stable evolutionary growth followed by a crisis or turning point that needs resolution before progressing to the next stage. These periods of growth are described as evolution and revolution. When comparing the Greiner model to the US Navy, evolutionary and crisis stages have occurred since its establishment to leading to the…

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  • Nanjing Government After 1911 Essay

    Nanjing Government made after the 1911 revolution in 1937.There are real reforms after the 1911 revolution until the Nanjing government in 1937. The period was far more stable than the preceding warlord era. There was enough stability to allow economic growth and the start of ambitious government projects, some of which were taken up again by the new government of the People's Republic after 1949. Nationalist foreign service officers negotiated diplomatic recognition from western governments and…

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