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    Introduction Every year, thousands of people experience a sports injury, which has an effect on a social, economic, and personal level (Hutchison, 2017a). Sport injury incidence rates can vary from 23.7/1000 hours of game exposure for male floorball players (Snellman et al., 2001), or 7.7/1000 hours of exposure for male soccer players and 5.5/1000 hours of exposure for female soccer players (Hãgglund, Walden, & Ekstrand, 2009) or 1.05/1000 hours for female gymnasts (Hootman, Dick, & Agel, 2007). Although incidence rates vary between sports, the rates are still high and have a substantial impact. Both extrinsic and intrinsic risk factors can increase an person’s risk for injury (Hutchison, 2017d). Psychological variables are a category of…

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    have about their job (Kamal & Hanif, 2009). It implies doing a job one enjoys well, and being rewarded for one’s effort. It further implies enthusiasm and happiness with one’s work since the attitudes and feelings indicate job satisfaction. A positive and favourable attitudes result in job satisfaction from the appraisal of one’s job experiences will be more co-operative and motivated while those who are dissatisfied will be inclined to produce low performance. According to De Beer (2007) and…

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    Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory is used to determine the influence of intrinsic and extrinsic job satisfaction factors (Baylor, 2010, pp. 5). These factors contribute and determine a person’s job satisfaction or dissatisfaction. If an employee finds any particular factors motivating and/or rewarding, then the results can be a positive reaction to their job satisfaction. Intrinsic job satisfaction factors are motivating factors. These motivating factors are based on, but not limited to,…

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    When Life Gives HOPE! Everyone who has their dream has found their hope from factors they felt. Junior, a boy in The Absolute True Diary of a Part-Time Indian had experienced several factor shaping worldviews, but in the end even though some of his Spokane Tribe resented him for leaving, and he lost some people he truly cared about, he was about to find hope through the love and struggles he had come upon. Family support, race, education and friendship can contribute whether or not people can…

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    On May 25, 2016, the Manager met with YCWA General Manager Curt Aikens to discuss finalizing the Power Enhancement Agreement. Consistent with the previous meeting with the YCWA POD Committee, the Agency does not wish to explore the splitting of Gross Revenue and is citing several factors as the cause. The first is the 1990 Agreement that created the groundwork for the 2016 Agreement. The second, and perhaps most critical to each of our interests, is the growing prospect of other entities…

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    Contrary to the first claim, this one can be overwhelming and confusing at first glance. Fortunately, this claim can be broken down to be much more simple and understandable. As Feldman points out, there are two units used in Default Hedonism to measure net worth of pleasure and pain. These two units are hedons and dolors. As previously mentioned, a hedon is one unit of pleasure, and a dolor is one unit of pain. So when one experiences an episode of pleasure, the intrinsic value of that episode…

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    The opposing system considered in Saunder’s study is that of an “Opt-out” system. In the case of an opt-out system, all persons in a particular society are automatically, from birth, registered to donate their organs. This however, can be reversed by any person, by “opting-out” and registering to object having their organs donated post-mortem. What Saunders refers to this system to is a “presumed consent”, which in a way, suggests that this system rests on a rather flimsy moral foundation.…

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    This article used the appropriate statistical procedures for the study. Using descriptive statistics and Pearson’s correlation allows the researcher to reveal if any correlation coefficients among variables are found. Also, using the path analysis to find the relationships among the variables was a key factor. The sample was significant for the study and the path analysis model because it required a large number of cases and this study had 2,565 participants. The responses from the survey…

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    What people ought to do is usually associated with what people have most reason to do. Reasoning is a characteristic feature of humans, an essential tool of thinking that enables people to learn the truth and to rationalize their understanding of the world. Most importantly, reason is the primary source of justification that explains human actions, beliefs and behaviours. By exercising rational reasoning, humans weight up their available alternatives and act according to the best possible…

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    motivation because it’s not reliable; he is trying to create a universal moral code, and since emotions aren’t universal they can’t be a considerable factor. Kant believes that saving or helping someone should be considered a duty not something you do because it makes you feel good. In some ways I agree with Kant, because I think everyone is selfish, everything we do is for ourselves. Even when we’re helping out others, we’re doing it because it makes ourselves feel good. I believe that the…

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