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Big Data and Ethics in the UAE
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Big Data and Ethics in the UAE

In the modern world, collecting data is an essential way of increasing company sustainability and ensure effective advertising, as well as other forms of communication with stakeholders. In this regard, acquiring Big Data is a contemporary approach to learning information and making prediction regarding the future alterations in customer demands. Moreover, analyzing Big Data ensures […] Read more >>

14.07.2020
The Effects of the Mass Media on Society
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The Effects of the Mass Media on Society

Abstract The development of the mass media left its mark on the evolution of humanity. The contemporary world both benefits and suffers from the impact of the mass media, which has a transformational effect on society in general. Globalization and the mass media led to the establishment of various phenomena involving people from the most […] Read more >>

14.07.2020
Early-Childhood-Education
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Early Childhood Education

Review of Literature The achievement gap is a term that has evolved over the past decades to describe academic achievement primarily between poor as well as culturally and linguistically marginalized families and other students (Nieto, 2010). According to Barton (2004), equal access to education has become possible with the development of society. However, it is […] Read more >>

01.06.2020
Literature Review Creating Social Values
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Literature Review: Creating Social Values

Creating Social Values, CSV, is a concept that is adopted by companies and organizations to improve their sustainability, while at the same time improving the state of the marketplaces in which they operate, the communities that surround them, the economies as well as the corporate coffers (Epstein-Reeves, 2012). Nestle Report (2015) defines it as the […] Read more >>

03.03.2020
A-not-A-question
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A-not-A Questions

Literature Review: A-not-A questions in Mandarin Chinese To start with, a definition of A-not-A question should be provided. A-not-A question is a specific type of question that contains two alternatives for the answer or presupposes yes/no answers. A-not-A questions are commonly recognized as a subtype of disjunctive and alternative questions, but they are specific for […] Read more >>

10.01.2020
Organizational theoretical orientations
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Organizational Communication

Introduction Organizational theoretical orientations are perspectives used by employees and other stakeholders to regard work and related organizational processes. Organizational orientation is significant in its ability to achieve and sustain its competitiveness. Some of the organizational theoretical orientations include human relations, human resources, systems, classical management, critical, and cultural. It is important to highlight that […] Read more >>

19.12.2019
Managing Across Cultures
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Managing Across Cultures

Literature Review: Managing Across Borders and Cultures Management is the art of supervising and controlling the activities of an organization to achieve specific objectives (Cyr, 2008). On the other hand, culture is society’s way of life. Therefore, managing across cultures involves discovering and turning the cultural strengths of a particular social group into a business […] Read more >>

12.12.2019
Multicultural-project
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Complexities Involved in Handling Projects under a Multi-Cultural Setting

Abstract This literature review chapter seeks to explore the literature on how to handle projects under multicultural settings. The intent is to synthesize the material from various peer-reviewed articles to come up with a compilation of various findings and their implications for those working with multicultural teams or target people of different cultures in their […] Read more >>

07.11.2019
Action-research
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Critical Literature Review: Action Research

The workplace problem, in this case, is the fact that I am facing difficulties in dealing with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The workplace problem has been considered critical in most workplaces hence the need to address it in the form of action research. The problem also requires to be considered critical in the future […] Read more >>

07.11.2019
Obsessive compulsive disorder
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Literature Review: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Introduction An obsessive-compulsive disorder can be studied in detail since more and more data is being gathered through sophisticated methodologies that also suggest directions for future research. When I was working on research, I have noticed that there are many black holes in the nature of OCD, in its epidemiology and treatment, which encouraged me […] Read more >>

15.04.2019