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  • Case Study: Community Task Group

    Community Task Group On Thursday I attend Refugee Round table at the iACT office in Austin for a quarterly meeting among groups and organizations who predominantly serve refugee needs in the community. The groups in attendance were: iACT (Interfaith Action of Central Texas), Refugee Health Clinic, SARA (Syrian American Refugee Aide), Caritas, AISD (Austin Independent School District, RAICES (Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services), CST (Center for Survivors of Torture),…

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  • Brand Community Research Paper

    Are brand communities similar to other communities? Introduction:- Despite having so many products under the same company, why do not consumers prefer any other product? Why is that Hungry Jacks lovers not visit McDonalds even on cheap Tuesday’s and coffee lovers who prefer Starbucks like to go there for every cup they have all around the world? Why is that Harley Davidson enthusiasts don’t go for a faster bike for the same cost and instead visit all campaigns and rallies held by the brand?…

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  • Reflection Of Group Leader

    For this term, Cileena Shakur was our team leader. Overall, she did very well in leading our team to be successful for term 4. She was concerned with both the tasks at hand as well as the relationships with the team members, which takes time and commitment from her part and the rest of the team members (Harris and Sherblom, 2010, p. 228). From the very start, Cileena took charge with getting our Powerpoint setup and making sure that each aspect of our presentation was complete and ready to go…

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  • South China Sea Case Study

    Why South China Sea is victim of disputes? The South China Sea is intentionally sited. It is sited in a way that it overlaps the main lanes of the sea between Asia, Middle East and the Europe. It becomes the main international way for sea trade and transportation, where most of the world’s largest traffic passes. As a global concern, the geopolitical and economic importance of the South China Sea lessens the secure navigation of tanks in water. The region plays a strategic maritime and military…

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  • Human Nature in Lord of the Flies Essay

    Human Nature in Lord of the Flies Lord of the Flies, by William Golding, is a captivating narrative in which the reader lives through the trials and tribulations of a society set up and run by a group of marooned British teens. Golding believes that the basic nature of the individual is evil. The group ultimately proves this thesis by their actions. The evils of the individual are shown through the actions of the group’s hunter Jack, the murders of two members of the society, Simon…

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  • Evolution Of Collective Security To Collective Defense In NATO

    The Evolution of Collective Security to Collective Defence in NATO North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) adopted the principle of collective security framework based on the concept of collective defence. Collective security and collective defence are different. This can be seen on the philosophies underlying their use. Collective defence affiliated with realism while collective security is liberalism. In international relations perspective, realism main concern is their self-interest. All…

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  • Synchronous Modes

    EVALUATION Heuristic #1 The use of synchronous modes of CMC like text-chat and instant messaging are not requirements but merely suggestions made in Baker, et. al. 2002. All four RVCS do not offer these types of synchronous modes within their environments. Hence, synchronous CMC must be done out of band. However, all four RVCS do require the group member to provide comments as to what edits and changes were made and their rationale upon checking the artifact back into the repository following…

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  • Monochromatic Vs Polychromatic Essay

    3.1 Careers between Monochromatic and Polychromatic Different works may fit with different employees, while polychromatism behave better in some polychronic works. The “polychronicity” was first used by Hall (1959) to imply a preference for performing multiple activities within the same time block. There are all kinds of works of the business, when it comes to some polychronic works, whose employees should have a ability to take different order at the same time, such as telephone operators,…

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  • Catsica Research Paper

    Why was Catsica created? Really, Catsica was only created to send some pictures from a birthday party. However, it became something much more than that. Catsica is more than just a club, a band, or texts. Catsica is a collaborative group that is constantly expanding. Catsica empowers and inspires its members. Catsica is about communication, risk-taking, and caring. Catsica is about balance, principles, reflecting, thinking, and being open-minded. The most important part of Catsica is dedication.…

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  • The Importance Of Member Education

    We know an important part of developing the whole woman is preparing her for life after graduation. With the future in mind, we cultivate leaders and develop strong women. We motivate our members to assume responsibility, take risks, serve their communities and achieve worthy goals. For it is only then that we can begin to transform our community and the world. Kappa seeks to help members become the women they aspire to be. Every Member Education (EME) will serve to reinforce the mission and…

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