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Enron Questionable Accounting Leads to Collapse

Introduction Despite the fact that Enron was declared bankrupt more than ten years ago, its impact on ethical standards and corporate governments have never faded. Enron rose from an unknown company to become one of the largest energy corporations not only in the United States but also worldwide. It was once ranked on the Fortune […] Read more >>

07.08.2019
Transition of People with ASD
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Case Study: Transition of People with ASD

Introduction This research paper provides a description of various personal skills and behaviors which are necessary for ensuring a successful transition from school to working places for people with autism. Much attention is paid to skills that enable successful integration into the working environment, understanding, and performance of the working tasks, communication with employers and […] Read more >>

02.08.2019
Positive Psychology on Working Remotely and Parenting
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Positive Psychology on Working Remotely and Parenting

Introduction Working from home also known, as telecommuting or telework, becomes an increasingly common practice (Bloom, Liang, Roberts, & Ying, 2015). From an economic perspective, not only does working from home raise productivity but it also increases profitability for companies. Secondly, working from home has been noted as one of the ways of dealing with […] Read more >>

06.06.2019
Microeconomics Research Project
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Microeconomics Research Project

Introduction A market is a primary and most significant domain of companies’ functioning where they offer their products to sellers and compete with their rivals with account for the relevant market structure, concentration levels, consolidation cycle stage, and other important features. The latter serves as a key driver of the company’s strategic behavior and either […] Read more >>

06.06.2019
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Masculinity in Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms

Ernest Hemingway himself was perceived as a macho and an extremely virile person who looked in a very masculine way, sporting beard and being muscular and sturdy built, and was a womanizer. Therefore, his oeuvre is often viewed primarily as proclaiming masculine values, such as authority, courage, decisiveness, duty, and others, and featuring submissive and fragile women. […] Read more >>

06.06.2019
Female Poverty in the USA
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Female Poverty in the USA

Introduction Poverty characterizes the economic situation of the individual or social group when they cannot meet a certain range of the minimum requirements needed for life, maintain working capacity and procreation. However, the definition does not always apply to any situation. Poverty is a relative concept, which depends on the overall standard of living in […] Read more >>

15.04.2019
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
Anxiety Disorders
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Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety is a term used to describe normal feelings people experience when they face a threat, dangerous or stressful situations. When individuals start being anxious about something, they normally feel discomfort, frustration, and stress. Anxiety can be a result of some life worries such as loss of work, breakup, severe disease, or death of close […] Read more >>

13.03.2019
risk factors which impact perinatal outcomes
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Perinatal Questions-Answers

Question 1 Though there are no national guidelines on the intervals for screening for depression during postpartum, a number of professional organizations have provided important guidelines for healthcare professionals. Most of these professional organizations recommend periodic depression screening during the postpartum period (American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Committee on Obstetric Practice, 2010). A tool […] Read more >>

11.03.2019
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Left Brain and Right Brain: the Impact on Learning

The idea that the right side of the brain and the left side of the brain have an impact on learning emanates from lateralization of the brain function. The corpus callosum separates the brain into two different hemispheres. The hemispheres possess bilateral symmetry in function and structure, but the symmetry is incomplete. Research is still […] Read more >>

20.02.2019