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  • Concentrated Ownership

    Ownerships exist in all types of businesses, including the newspaper industry. Concentrated ownership in the field of newspapers can be defined as the extreme control of a newspaper firm by the insiders (manager, BOD, etc.) Ownerships have been changing significantly for more than 60 years in Canada and has been effecting the Canadian society as a whole. The journals and articles by Kelly Blidook, Joseph Jackson, Minelle Mahtani, David Skinner, Water Soderlund are relevant and useful to the research question since they all discuss the different effects of concentrated ownership on the contemporary newspaper industry. The general concepts of ownerships, the history of concentrated ownership, the specific effects of concentrated ownership on…

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  • Pet Ownership Study

    Pet ownership can have many benefits for their wellbeing. There are many studies that have proven that pets can be beneficial. While there are studies that prove the usefulness of pets others have little benefit. The study () proves that a study can be conducted correctly but was not beneficial. The study followed the proper protocols, but the question it aims to answer offers little benefit to the public. Overall there was little benefit of the study. The information gained in the study does…

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  • John Locke Property Ownership Analysis

    is purely a summary of the analysis and critique of Locke’s second Treatise of government about property ownership. According to Filmer’s theory of patriarchalism, that suggests that; only absolute monarch descended from Adam, have the right to property. This is because he is the only being that God gave total dominion over all the land, something Locke totally disagrees and vows to spend most of writing in disapproving this theory. His stand has made some historical scholars,…

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  • Media Ownership

    The concentration of media ownership, known also as media consolidation or media convergence, is the business comprised of an increasingly small amount of individuals and organizations that control shares of the mass media. This extensive direction in which media business ownership is changing is deemed upon as not only objectionable, but also results in damaging effects for both the economy and society. Although there is little evidence that this concentration results in harm, media ownership…

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  • Media Ownership Research Paper

    MMedia Ownership To what degree is government regulation of media ownership compatible with liberal democracy? Use examples from New Zealand and at least one other country to illustrate your argument Media and democracy are fatally intertwined, with democracy depending on the media for supplying information to citizens so that they can participate in the democratic process. James Madison, the fourth President of the United States of America, and the creator of the constitution, said “A popular…

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  • Wealth Matters Case Study

    Wealth Matters: Loss of Black Land Ownership "Finders Keepers, Loser 's Weepers." --Unknown Introduction Finders keepers, losers weepers is a childhood adage that means whatever a person finds can be kept and whatever a person loses cannot be reclaimed. There is no principle of law that supports an individual is entitled to keep whatever is found while the original owner bears the loss. Principles related to personal and real property lost by one individual and found by another have been…

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  • Indian Oil Case Study

    I- INTRODUCTION Over the years, the commercial law regulating sale of goods and, subsequently, transfer of property had significantly evolved. Indeed, a topical subject brought before judicial courts have been the validity of retention of title clause (ROT), which namely gives the right to the seller to retain title in the property of unpaid goods that had physically passed to the buyer . This latest clause has been legitimate in Aluminium Industrie Vaassen B.V v Romalpa Aluminium , where a…

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  • It's Time To Ban Guns Yes All Of Them Analysis

    Her entire article consists of her opinion and her attempts to support her opinion with more of her opinions. But in the real world, people are interested in cold hard facts. Never once does she bring up a statistic, survey, or number of any sort. She attempts to make up for this lack of evidence with informalities. Speaking to the reader directly and asking questions in order to convince the reader that what she 's saying is true. For example, she writes “As if gun ownership were simply a…

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  • The Importance Of Adverse Possession

    presumption against the hostile element to assert adverse possession. Mann, 353 Mo. at 633. The claimant must act outwardly, unequivocally and in violation of the other co-tenants ownership interests, exercising sole ownership. Golden, 180 Mo. at 204. See also Crews v. Maupin, 285 Mo. 466, 481-82 (requiring that a claimant must show intention to hold the land against the rights of his co-tenant); Teson, 561 S.W.2d at 127 (stating that the claimant must intend to solely possess the land in cases…

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  • Airbnb Essay

    Feasibility is the assurance that a business design can be executed on a basis of existing knowledge sharing and empirical evidence, as stated by Ajzen (Theory of Planned behavior p.82 2001). The inception of share economy businesses by which entry is valued over ownership through joint consumption has generated demand for researchers to analysis feasibility through pertinent measurements. The nine building blocks of ‘the business model canvas’ (Osterwalder & Pigneur, 2009), enables researchers,…

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