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Animal Agriculture
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Animal Agriculture

Week 4 During the period of twenty years between 1987 and 2007 number of sheep farms and sheep in general in the United States have decreased in about two times throughout the Mountain States, Northern Plains, Lake States, and Corn Belt. Lambs shared the same fate. It is important to reveal the causes of such […] Read more >>

02.04.2019
Business Analysis and Decision Making
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Business Analysis and Decision Making

Today, a business can be perceived as a formulation of different factors brought together to produce goods and services required by society. This formulation can take a wide array of forms. Additionally, the internal structure of the business varies greatly. Business as a formulation, or as a system, brings together various factors that are arranged […] Read more >>

02.04.2019
“Existentialism Is a Humanism” by Jean-Paul Sartre’s
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Review of Sartre`s “Existentialism Is a Humanism”

The aim of the essay is to review the Jean-Paul Sartre’s brochure “Existentialism Is a Humanism” that was published in 1946. The essay consists of several parts that reveal the content of the brochure, its basic meaning, presents critique and my own observations so that it is possible to estimate the consistency of Sartre’s thinking […] Read more >>

13.03.2019
Argentine Debt Crisis
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Argentine Debt Crisis

Introduction The economic crisis is the imbalance between supply and demand for goods and services, which causes a depression in the country’s economic system. The Argentine economic crisis has appeared as the phase of an economic cycle and the form of resolution of the contradictions that have accumulated in the previous period. The crisis of […] Read more >>

13.03.2019
Cognitive Development During Middle Childhood
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Cognitive Development during Middle Childhood

Concrete-operational Period The concrete-operational period refers to a phase of cognitive development in which a child can perform various mental activities and develop thoughts by utilizing concrete concepts. Ordinarily, children are in the age bracket of between seven and eleven years and have the capacity of conversation about volume, area, numbers, and orientation. Conversation refers […] Read more >>

13.03.2019
Comfort Women in South Korea
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Comfort Women in South Korea

The notion of comfort woman refers to thousands of females who have suffered from sexual abuse in comfort stations during World War II. Being forced into servitude by the Imperial Japanese Army, a significant number of girls and young women have been recruited as prostitutes throughout Asia. In fact, around 200,000 women of different origin […] Read more >>

13.03.2019
The History of Police Patrol
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The History of Police Patrol

Introduction Police officers have a duty to secure and protect the community. There are various ways, in which they fulfill this mandate, and one of them is carrying out patrols. Patrols can take many forms, including bicycle, foot, and horse patrols among others. During the patrols, police officers interact with the community members to understand […] Read more >>

13.03.2019
Is Social Media Better than Face To Face Talking
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Is Social Media Better than Face To Face Talking?

Communication is an essential part of modern-day life. People need to stay in touch with various issues, which range from work and family life to social life. In this regard, there are key communication tools available to the people, which help fulfill the need for communication. Over the years, various ways of communication have undergone […] Read more >>

13.03.2019
PROFESSIONAL NURSING VALUES
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Professional Nursing Values

Professional nursing values define nurses’ core values and fundamental responsibilities. Nurse practitioners should help patients to achieve optimal health. Also, they should sustain the demands of various medical stakeholders. They maintain, recover, and guide patients to improve their health. Nurse practitioners are responsible for sustaining the nurse-patient relationship and other medical practices. Hence, they should […] Read more >>

13.03.2019
Cities vs Villages
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Cities vs. Villages

I remember the first time I visited Alqassim. It was the village where both my mother and father were born and lived some years of their life. At first, I was totally shocked by the way of living here. Everything was totally different from the things I was used to. Suddenly, I found out that […] Read more >>

13.03.2019