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    group. Suggestions for future research include expanding on what influences males and females to respond to privatisation differently, include participants own socio-economic status as this has the potential to influence their answers and which services each participant uses personally as a person who uses specialised programmes is less likely to support the privatisation of these programmes. Another suggestion is that there is a more significant amount of time spent priming in order to meet the hypothesis. The aim of this study was to investigate how money activation effects behaviour. Through studying the effect of money activation participants level of support for government goods and service programmes along with the privatisation of public government owned goods and services. In our study, those primed with money did not show less pro-social thoughts or value the programmes any less than participants that were not primed. The primed participants also did not show a higher level of support for the privatisation of government-owned goods and services. Priming showed no effect in our study which was not expected. However also unexpectedly males support the privatisation of government goods and services more than the female participants. These findings suggest that more priming times is needed in order to receive the expected response.…

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    Concentrated Ownership

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    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…

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    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 have been affecting Canadian society as a whole. The journals and articles by Kelly Blidook, Joseph Jackson, Minelle Mahtani, David Skinner, and Walter Soderlund are relevant and useful to the…

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    Wealth Matters Case Study

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    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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    belong? Are they in the grey area, which is the type of art that is technically graffiti (because of the procedure of its application) but esthetically and creatively is street art or even above street art (due to its popular demand across the general public and the critics/gallerists). Is that area “guerrilla art” —> see Banksy referring to himself in this way in his book “Wall and Piece” and other books. (Side-note from Banksy’s book: “There is no elitism or hype, it exhibits on the best…

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    Traig Case Summary

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    The issue to be dealt with from the scenario presented is whether Craig has a right to claim the objects that have been found. The key principle for lost and found objects is the principle of priority of entitlement. Priority of entitlement starts with the "true owner who has the best claim; then the finder; the landowner; and the employees of the landowner." A claim to the ownership of lost or abandoned objects depends on where the object was found and the extent to which it was attached to…

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    Pet Ownership Study

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    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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    When the necessity arises to renovate a home, the owner can satisfy that desire by using the operating expense to accomplish that goal. Pride of ownership: One advantage of owning a home is the euphoria and pride the owner derives from it. The realization you cannot be evicted as a homeowner brings pride and dignity. Tax deduction for mortgage interest: This is an incentive to own a home. Homeowners may pay a reduced interest on the amount they paid on the loan that is on the mortgage.…

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    Nozick does not agree with this and believes that this is a denial of self-ownership, another aspect of his theory being absolute. The liberal ideal is not that people who are naturally talented owe everything to the disadvantaged, but rather just enough to help bridge the inequality gap. Kymlicka then goes on to discuss Nozicks theory of owning property, which relates to his idea of owning your natural talents. Kymlicka makes the point that if he owns some land while he may have improved it…

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    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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