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Why Army Operational Design Methodology is Required in the MDMP - Unified Land Operations defines the army operational design methodology (ADM) as “a methodology for applying critical and creative thinking to understand, visualize, and describe unfamiliar problems and approaches to solving them. The operational design methodology incorporated into army doctrine serves as a method to compliment the military decision making process (MDMP). Although the ADM it is often confused with replacing MDMP, its purpose is to address complex problems from a nonlinear approach....   [tags: Army Operational Design Methodology]
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Initial Proposal for Dissertation Topic - Initial Proposal for Dissertation Topic Topic: Benefits of Business Intelligence in the Retail sector: A Case Study of three companies done in Delhi & NCR. Background: What is Business Intelligence. Business intelligence (BI) is the process of gathering enough of the right information in the right manner at the right time, and delivering the right results to the right people for decision-making purposes so that it can continue to yield real business benefits, or have a positive impact on business strategy, tactics, and operations in the enterprises....   [tags: Business ] 1113 words
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Presenting a Methodology for Project Managers - 1.1. Background of Construction The construction of a complex structures is a major undertaking. That to in the public sector project feasibility and public support for future projects are partially based on the success of past projects. And in the private sector large complex structures can be financially rewarding or devastating for both the builder and owner. Most complex projects share the common theme that they are brought with risks and uncertainty that can cause cost escalations. For example, that about 80% of all projects begin the construction process with a high level of uncertainty....   [tags: cost, construction, research] 1600 words
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Incurable Trauma of Racism: A Response to Frederick Douglass' “Learning to Read and Write” - Tragic conditions during the slavery era have caused incurable trauma both mentally and physically in the black people. Frederick Douglass’s narration of his learning experience has a great impact to the audience. His story reflected the strict regulations, the fear and the pain that black slaves had as a result of the discrimination. Restriction in education was one of the most severe traumas during the difficult time period. Douglass faced a great hardship in his childhood since slaves were not able to be literate....   [tags: Frederick Douglass, Learning to Read and Write, ra] 602 words
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The Research Methodology of Cell Phone Health Risk Studies - Cellular telephones have transformed and accelerated communications over the past four decades. The benefits of cell phone technology are clear, most notably in the creation of an increasingly mobile and global business sector. As cell phones became a central part of the daily lives of about 5 billion global users ("National Cancer Institute Fact Sheet"), discussions of the potential health risks have become commonplace. Such epidemiological concerns stem from the potential harmful electromagnetic radiation emitted by cellular devices....   [tags: Research Methodology]
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Research Methodology - Introduction This chapter aims to explain the research methodology carried out throughout the research study. Firstly the selected research design is defined and described. This is followed by an explanation of the research approach and subject paradigm chosen for the research. Subsequently, this chapter focuses on describing the secondary data methodology used in the literature review of the research. Later, the information regarding to the primary data methodology is given. This section explicates the reasons behind the selection of a quantitative approach as well as the instrument employed to collect the data....   [tags: Research Analysis ] 2173 words
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Ethical Integrity While Writing a Dissertation - Executing the actual research of a dissertation is a process that can pose many ethical violations such as fabricating data, falsifying data, or plagiarizing (Committee, 2009). In addition, Committee (2009) stated that in order to execute research the research must know how to handle data. For my research, I will be discreet about handling data and open in communication with my participants, by issuing informed consent forms to all of my participants and requiring signatures to continue before any research is conducted....   [tags: Ethical Integrity in Research]
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Methodology of Research - Methodology of Research The method that I will be using to research my area of sociology will be a structured questionnaire, it will be structured so that the candidates stick to the questions that they are asked and do not write about irrelevant matters. I will first of all produce a pilot questionnaire and send it round to a test group of people, and hopefully see whether or not I am able to obtain the relevant information that I need for my research with the questions that I have asked my targeted group of people....   [tags: Papers] 600 words
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Methodology for the Analysis - Methodology for the Analysis Kenneth Burke, “The rhetorical theorist and critic who probably has had the greatest impact on rhetorical criticism as it is practiced today” (¬Foss, 2009, 63), revealed to the world the methodology of cluster analysis in an attempt to gain understanding about a rhetor’s worldview. In Samy Charnine’s nondiscursive paintings, words seem to explode off of the canvas and out at anyone who is viewing his work. The method of cluster analysis involves collection of these words, or key terms, and examination of what elements seem to cluster around them resulting in four steps of the method....   [tags: Art Analysis ]
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The Methodology of Psychology - According to Merriam-Webster, psychology is defined as “the science of mind and behavior”. This basic definition already implies that the study of psychology cannot be supported by just introspectionism, behaviorism, or neuroscience. In order for psychology to have a strong foundation, it should not depend solely on any one of these bases; instead it should merge these three pillars to make a comprehensive base. When any one of these concepts is used independently to form the basis of psychological inquiry, it is open to numerous faults or cannot comprehensively explain the actions of the mind, brain, and/or behavior....   [tags: psychological inquiry] 2199 words
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A Methodology to Teaching Writing - A Methodology to Teaching Writing I believe that achieving success in teaching very different aspects of life may still combine similar processes. My life in high school was very similar to the lives of many other students in that it revolved around two things: sports and school. My sport of choice was tennis and my favorite academic area was English. Unexpectedly, I found many similarities led to a successful performance in both areas. My understanding of the need for a good program to follow and a lot of practice with it led to success in both tennis and my academic performance (especially English)....   [tags: Education Educational Teacher Essays] 2022 words
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Methodology of Luck - INTRODUCTION In one of the songs of Nicki Minaj, “Moment 4 Life” says a line that says, “No I’m not lucky, I’m blessed”. In some of her interviews, the singer has stated that she doesn’t believe in luck. She believes in hard work, and her success is a gift from God (RapGenius.com). The researchers had been attracted with this statement of hers because, truly, humans are blessed, and not lucky. If someone sneezes or does something very good, people often hear someone say, “God bless you!” This is a phrase that asks the Lord to protect someone, keep him or her in good health, make him or her holy, and fill life with good and happiness....   [tags: Luck, Hard Work, God, Nicki Minaj]
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Development Methodology - Development Methodology SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT METHODOLOGY Methodology, with respect to software, refers to the procedures by which complex software solutions are created. Methodology is all encompassing – it defines how to build an application from the ground up, from defining the problem all the way through post-implementation support. Although several proprietary methodologies abound for developing various types of software, they all follow a general pattern: Analysis, Design, and Implementation....   [tags: Essays Papers] 677 words
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Advertising Dissertation Paper - The purpose of this dissertation paper is to explain the ideologies behind advertisements, and to explain the uses of semiotic terms. Ads are deliberately constructed by companies, to connote certain things in order to appeal to their target audience as to sell their products. To understand these connotations it is necessary to deconstruct the ads. Three ads have been chosen for the brand Christian Dior for both fragrance and fashion in order to explore their meanings. The thriving, highly successful designer label Christian Dior opened its main house of couture in 1946 in Paris; by 1958 there were stores in over fifteen countries....   [tags: Advertising Targeting Marketing] 1531 words
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A Path to Write - The process of writing is a path which allows the writer to emphasize on reader’s demands, and a way to exemplify different perspectives using the basic conventions in the context. Three of the most well known composition theorists present their ideas about this procedure in a way that is based on the same principle of how to write well and to pass the message wisely. Linda Flower, professor of Rhetoric at Carnegie Mellon University, believes that writing is the result of a highly individualized process....   [tags: Composition]
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The Pedagogy of E-learning - III. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY A qualitative approach was adopted involving two principal data collection methods; a thorough and systematic review literature and in-depth interviews on critical pedagogical approaches, technologies supporting those pedagogies and management of learning resources with e-learning providers. Reasons for adopting detailed interviews are as follows: First, interviews are appropriate to examine the extent to which the critical factors identified from literature and empirical studies are practiced....   [tags: methodology] 2432 words
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Hamlet by William Shakespeare - When in the course of human events, something’s are made self-evident, like having to read Hamlet and write about three soliloquies. These soliloquies tend to be very lengthy and have very sub surface meanings to them that require some enabled humanoids to use the frontal cortex of their neurological brains in order to understand these meanings. In other words, they are hard to understand, especially with them being written in the Shakespearean era of influence in the island Kingdoms that are Untied....   [tags: to write or not to write] 592 words
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How to Write an Essay - How to Write an Essay What is the point of the paper?To see if you can write at length about some topic, in a focused and sustained way. Focused -- not rambling disconnectedly on "everything I know about X", but discussing a specific topic or cluster of interrelated topics in an integrated way. Sustained -- following through some clear line(s) of argument in some depth (e.g. discussing not just objections but objections to the objections). That still leaves options. You may go 'vertically' and dig more deeply into one particular issue; or you may go 'horizontally' and be concerned to make connections, and show how different parts of the philosophical landscape fit together -- or a...   [tags: essays research papers] 1956 words
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Analysis of a Project Management Methodology - Task 1 PRINCE2 (an acronym for Projects in Controlled Environments, version 2) is a project management methodology It was developed by the UK government agency Office of Government Commerce (OGC) and is used extensively within the UK government as the de facto project management standard for its public projects. The methodology encompasses the management, control and organization of a project. PRINCE2 is also used to refer to the training and accreditation of authorized practitioners of the methodology who must undertake accredited qualifications to obtain certification....   [tags: Business Analysis]
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The Problems of Establishing a Standardised Methodology - One of the most logical methods of constructing comparative history is to construct a ‘control sample’, a single example, or set of data to which all other data are contrasted or anchored. This is an attempt by historians to replicate the accuracy of experiments conducted in a lab. Karl Popper challenged the ability of historians to conduct such experiments as similarity could never truly be found in such qualitative variables. Yet, as Wickham points out: “comparison is the closest historians can get to testing, attempting to falsify their own explanations”, suggesting there a deep-rooted belief that comparison is a methodology akin to the sciences....   [tags: Comparative Economic History]
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The Problems of Establishing a Standardised Methodology - This essay will examine methodologies used in comparative economic studies written after 1989, those examining long-run economic performance. The works chosen for this essay have been selected for a number of reasons. Firstly, they are from a narrow enough time period to remove most influence from the time of production on methodological differentiation. Secondly, they have been written by individuals from differing academic disciplines and focus upon varying time periods, meaning this essay can sample a range of studies to cover the period from the fifth century to the twentieth century to truly understand why comparative economic histories do not use the same methodologies....   [tags: Comparative Economic History]
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The Methodology and Market of Amazon - ... Using this to their advantage, Amazon has expanded within states that offer tax incentives in exchange for the creation of jobs within their state. However this company knows when it is time to change gears. Now with most states implementing online taxing legislation, Amazon has realized that the days of tax-free purchases are coming to an end. The company has already begun to build and acquire distribution centers that are located closer to large population centers in order to achieve new company objectives such as faster shipping....   [tags: products, company, setbacks] 816 words
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Methodology of the Naïve Bayes Algorithm. - ... This is since “HR” class is not related to the evidence of “Purchase Order”, i.e., if Purchase Order appears in a mail, it doesn't mean that the mail is meant for HR. Assume we have more evidence for developing our Naïve Bayes classifier, we may perhaps run into a dilemma of dependencies, that is to say, some evidence may depend on one or more of other evidences. For instance, the presence of the word “Purchase Order” depends on , the presence of the word “Contractor” or “Vendor” to be classified as a mail intended for Contracting and Procurement as against a mail intended for Finance....   [tags: classification, evaluation, experiment] 1525 words
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Methodology of Bayesian Model Averaging - The methodology of Bayesian Model Averaging (BMA) is applied for assessment of newborn brain maturity from sleep EEG. In theory this methodology provides the most accurate assessments of uncertainty in decisions. However, the existing BMA techniques have been shown providing biased assessments in the absence of some prior information enabling to explore model parameter space in details within a reasonable time. The lack in details leads to disproportional sampling from the posterior distribution....   [tags: Results Analysis] 1293 words
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Data and Methodology in Brazil - Data and Methodology This section will project the parameters of the economic models through its data sources, sample size, and evidently the estimation techniques. This chapter consists of two parts. The first part will introduce the variables together with the reasoning of their selection. The second part will test the variables through hypothesis testing to ensure a fair degree of adequacy for regression analysis. Model Specification The study adopts a comparative approach to examine the effectiveness of fiscal policy in stimulating economic growth under periods of high and/or low economic activity in Brazil....   [tags: economy, statistics, investment] 877 words
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Overview of Agile Methodology - Chapter 3 Agile Methodology 3.1. Overview Agile software development is a group of software development methods based on iterative and incremental development, where requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams. It promotes adaptive planning, evolutionary development and delivery, a time-boxed iterative approach, and encourages rapid and flexible response to change. Agile development is chosen when the requirements are not clear. This is the reason that it is chosen for the projects where the rate of risk is high....   [tags: software, development, crystals] 1555 words
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Chapter 3: Research Methodology - In chapters 1 and 2, I discussed the problem of successfully implementing computer technology for literacy instruction in the classroom, the need to study the importance of making technology an integral part of literacy education, and the theoretical frameworks of new literacies and constructivism. In this chapter, I will detail the research methodology and forms of data collection I have chosen to use to determine how this study can provide new research for the integration of computers in the classroom as it applies to current and future literacy instructional models....   [tags: Education]
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Overvie of CORE Methodology - Overview of CORE Methodology Controlled Requirement Expression (CORE) was developed for the British Aerospace programs while the UK Ministry of Defence was carrying out a requirement analysis (Hull et al., 2010). The fundamental component of the CORE methodology is viewpoints as different users see systems in different ways. There are many different stakeholders involved in a system; using CORE methodology involves finding all the different viewpoints of those stakeholders that have an interest in the system whether it’s a person, role or organisation ext.… (Sommerville and Sawyer, 2000)....   [tags: viewpoints, hierarchy, architecture, system]
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Research Methodology: Delphi Technique - The Delphi technique is a tool that is used in many areas of study. According to (Nworie, 2011) the Delphi Technique is a research methodology which is used to extract, collect, and determine the opinions of a panel of experts from a given field. This tool is used to seek consensus from the experts and then be able to make predictions or decisions based on the experts’ opinions of the panelists involved in the study. This research methodology is considered to be of importance as it is based on the premise that the collective opinions of efforts panelists are of richer quality than the limited view of an individual....   [tags: experts, panelists, strongest arguments]
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Research Design and Methodology - It has been stated that “once you are clear about your research topic, you will be able to choose the most appropriate research strategy and data collection and analysis techniques” (Sanders et al, 2009: 20-21). This applies to the proposed research, as it is the “the logical sequence that connects the empirical data to a study’s initial research questions and, ultimately, to its conclusions” (Yin, 2009). A comprehensive research design includes strategies, choices and takes into account the time horizons....   [tags: data collection and analysis techniques]
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Research Methodology - 3. Methodology: 3.1 Introduction: The study for this thesis will be exploratory research using secondary data collected by the communication agency, MESH Planning. The agency developed an innovative approach called ‘real-time experience tracking’, which involves three stages of data collection. And both qualitative and quantitative data will be collected and used in this context in order to get an insight of critical incidents. This section will start with a comparison of three possible methodologies for data collection: ethnography, survey (or interview) and real time experience tracking....   [tags: Research Analysis ]
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Research Methodology - The study design and methods chosen to take the same degree, both in real life or experimental research. To learn more, the analysis of the data collection process took place before the start of the process. The size of the choice of design research in line with the research approach to take, be it real life or experimental research. If the experimental research, the design research can be established. This research is about and how it will be done before the standards of a large amount of thought necessary....   [tags: Research Analysis] 1843 words
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Research Methodology - 3.4 Methods of Accessing Data Since in the past, some researchers already examined the relationship between service quality, customer satisfaction and customer re-purchase intention. There are some secondary data already exist. But the secondary data is not enough and some of information is out of date, and also it is not all suit for the conceptual model of this project. The aim of research is examining the relationship between service quality, customer satisfaction and customer re-purchase intention in a new market....   [tags: Research Analysis ]
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Software Development Methodology - There is many software development methodologies exist that is used to control the process of developing a software system. No exact system was found which could help the software engineers for selection of best software development methodology. This paper present the framework of expert system combined with Likert scale. With the help of Likert scale we create a rule based model and assign some weighted score to each methodology and develop a tool named as ModSet which will help the software engineers to select an appropriate development methodology that may increase the probability of system success....   [tags: project, requirements, parameters] 1732 words
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Research Methodology on Natural Language Processing - Research methodology on Natural Language Processing: The main aim of this project is to research on the integration of “Natural Language Processing “ and information systems engineering to enhance query retrieval in natural language processing. Defining a research methodology: The definition of research methodology includes two parts: - Research definition - Methodology Research: It is defined as a thorough and organized query or investigation on a particular theme to revise or determine the facts, theories, applications and so on....   [tags: Language]
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Mixed Methodology in the Field of Educational Research - QUESTION 1 "With the development and perceived legitimacy of both qualitative and quantitative research in social and human sciences, mixed methods research, employing the combination of quantitative and qualitative approaches, has gained popularity." (Creswell, p. 203). Describe the development of mixed methodology in educational research. Discuss the steps that need to be taken to develop a viable mixed methods research study. Evaluate and justify the appropriateness of a mixed methodology research design for a study regarding teacher's and administrator's understanding, perceptions and experiences with homeless children....   [tags: Education Research] 2463 words
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Agile Development Methodology - Table of Contents Table of Contents 1 Agile development methodology 2 Agile development methodology Agile Manifesto 3 Agile Manifesto Advantages and disadvantages of agile software development 4 Advantages and disadvantages of agile software development Conclusion 5 Bibliography 6 Agile development methodology Agile development is a system development strategy where the system developers are given the competence to choice from a wide selection of appropriate tools and techniques that can be used when accomplishing a certain task on hand....   [tags: Agile Manifesto, Software Development]
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Research Methodology Report - Research Methodology Report My themed research project will centre its focus upon the link between Riot Grrrl and its relation to Third-Wave Feminism. Primarily I aim to analyse Riot Grrrl’s music scene, but also its subculture mentioning its DIY punk ethic, political activism and most importantly its influential Zine network. However the purpose of this report is to demonstrate a grounded understanding in three research methodologies and how I will apply each one in regards to my own project. Firstly I’ll investigate the advantages of an Instrumental Case Study, looking at how it proliferates, rather than narrows a given field of study....   [tags: Research Proposal ]
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Top-Down Budgeting Methodology - Top-Down Budgeting Methodology Top-down budgeting is described as “dominated by top members of the executive branch and the legislative branch. Decisions made by these top ranked actors include such matters as targets for programs or departments. Lower ranked decisions are sharply constrained by these top down decisions. Top-down budgeting may seek to prevent unwanted proposals” (Williams & Calabrese, 2011). Top-down budgeting is widely-used in the government, but also in many organizations (Ljungham)....   [tags: legislative branch, macrobudgeting]
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Waterfall Methodology for Hardware Design Projects - The waterfall methodology was first published by Winston W. Royce in 1970 as a sequential type of development process, and has been widely followed by many organizations in the IT industry. The waterfall methodology originally invented to build large-scale software systems, at that time most of software developer are working on multi-year projects and designed software for large computer systems that evolved relatively slowly. To develop large-scale software systems that involve by many developer, there is a need for a base programming paradigm or model that represent the whole project....   [tags: Engineering, Software, Development] 534 words
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Army Design Methodology - In today’s operational environments, the U.S. Army is facing a range of problems and mission sets that are arguably more complex than previously encountered. Forces face an array of demands that encompass geo-political, social, cultural, and military factors that interact in unpredictable ways. The inherent complexity of today’s operations has underscored the need for the Army to expand beyond its traditional approach to operational planning. In March 2010 in FM 5-0: The Operations Process, the Army incorporated the concept of Design into doctrine....   [tags: U.S. army, army doctrine]
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To Write Love on Her Arms - To Write Love on Her Arms is a “non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire, and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery” (Tworkowski, n.d.). In this research paper, we will discuss what this organization does, how and when it began, who started the movement, where it is located, how this organization is environmentally and globally responsible, how the movement supports the local community, as well as any negative aspects to this organization, and why I want to work for To Write Love On Her Arms....   [tags: non profit movement, hope, help]
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The Writer Who Could Not Write - As we move through the levels of our education, we start to learn more and more things. For example, when we start to learn math, we learn how to add or subtract numbers, before we learn how to complete an algebraic formula. In English we learn the basics such as verbs, nouns, and predicates, before we learn how to write an essay. For example, .we should not rush our thoughts on paper, but instead we should take time and find what we really want to write about. When we are asked to write a paper, we cannot just type out in a day and think its turntable the next day, we have to go back to that rough draft and improve it....   [tags: grammar, writing skills] 536 words
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Learning How to Write in College - During the first semester course CC1101: Creative Imagination, I learned a lot about writing, as well as other important information one needs to know as a writer. Walking into the class I had some knowledge about writing, but as the classed progressed I started learning more and more about it. For example: revising and editing, ‘writing what you know’, researching, and taking risks with writing. As a writer, it is important to know how the significance of a draft and revising a piece of work can do wonders in the long run....   [tags: revising and editing] 686 words
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How to Write a Good Essay - Throughout the WRD 102 class, I have had to write a lot of essays, personal narrative, response paper, evaluative review, and argument essay. Before this class, I would start to write thinking my teacher is the only one who is going to read it. However, in this class one of the things I have learned is that, in order to write a good paper, you have to choose your audience and write according to what would they argue about. My main problem was the structure of the essay. Even though I have made progress I still think I'm not where I want to be....   [tags: what I've learned, personal reflections] 593 words
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The Importance of Learning to Write Proficiently - You have been writing ever since you learned your first letters. From writing a sentence in first grade to five page essays your senior year. It feels like your pen has never left the paper, and the reality of it is, is that it will not be leaving anytime soon. Most occupations will require you to write - whether it be an expense report or an e-mail, ergo, it would be in your best interest to be knowledgable of how to write well and all the rules that come along with that. Writing is and always will be important because you will always be writing, regardless of if you enjoy to or not....   [tags: education, writing] 662 words
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How to Write a Synthesis Essay - What is a synthesis essay. A synthesis essay draws on two or more sources and combines their ideas into a coherent whole. What do I need to write one. Writing a successful synthesis essay will require you to do four things: read accurately and objectively, see relations among different viewpoints, define a thesis based on these relations, support the thesis effectively. You will not discuss all the points in every essay; but you should use every essay assigned, and you should use points from each that are appropriate for the thesis of your own essay....   [tags: Synthesis Essay] 510 words
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Creative Leadership: Methodology and Philosophy of Science - ... Yagi state that „all human individuals as well as organizational entities such as firms compete and make transactions with each other, in order to live or survive.“ (Ikeda&Yagi, page 5, 2012). But, there are people who want to change something in they life or just want to feel happier then they try to interact with the world that all these wishes become reality, while others just sit, wait and do nothing or wish that things would be better. The same we could adapt to the organizations. One do something that can achieve better results and would be the best, while another – just goes with the stream and waiting for a better time and think how to survive....   [tags: leaders, companies, research, study] 1263 words
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How to Write a Synthesis Essay - A synthesis is a written discussion that draws on one or more sources. It follows that your ability to write syntheses depends on your ability to infer relationships among sources - essays, articles, fiction, and also nonwritten sources, such as lectures, interviews, observations. This process is nothing new for you, since you infer relationships all the time - say, between something you've read in the newspaper and something you've seen for yourself, or between the teaching styles of your favorite and least favorite instructors....   [tags: Synthesis Essays, Argumentative Essays] 841 words
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How to Write a Synthesis Essay - The main purpose of a synthesis essay is to make insightful connections. Those connections can show the relationship(s) between parts of a work or even between two or more works. It is your job to explain why those relationships are important. In order to write a successful synthesis essay, you must gather research on your chosen topic, discover meaningful connections throughout your research, and develop a unique and interesting argument or perspective. A synthesis is not a summary. A synthesis is an opportunity to create new knowledge out of already existing knowledge, i.e., other sources....   [tags: Synthesis Essay] 1666 words
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Motivating Children to Read and Write - Critique of Literature Article Selection Through ample research of peer-reviewed journal articles in relation to motivating struggling readers to read, I came across common themes and different strategies/approaches that interested me. These commonalities in numerous articles lead me to a particular direction in my reading expedition towards learning and expanding my knowledge about my focus topic. I carefully selected four journal articles to critically investigate in response to my questions regarding my own professional practice....   [tags: Critique of Literature]
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How to write Ads that Sell - How to write Ads that Sell If you have thought about boosting your business to the next level of success, then I would not bypass the advantage of writing killer ads that sell. Advertising in general is salesmanship multiplied one hundred times and as you browse around the search engines such as Google, Bing and Yahoo, it’s incredibly noticeable to be attracted to ads, Ads that proliferate in each corner of the search engines for the sole purpose of making sales. Yes. Business success starts with excellent salesmanship....   [tags: visual and audio, reader, salesmanship] 620 words
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PRINCE 2 Project Management Methodology - ... Project Board makes the big decision about project and delegates authority to Project Managers. 4. Manage by Stages Project must be must be monitored and controlled in every stage. 5. Manage by exception Each time the Project Board want to move to next stage, they delegates authority to Project Managers by setting tolerances for cost, time, quality, scope, risk and benefits. 6. Focus on products Product produced must follow the scope of the project. Changes make for the product or scope must carefully consider the impact of project objectives....   [tags: Project in Controlled Environments Version 2]
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Learning How to Write Effectively - Throughout this essay I have learned more than I have in my four years of high school English. Being able to learn so much information in such a little time was amazing to me. I learned different kind of rhetorical styles to write in, what each ones purpose is, how to have online discussions with other peers and lastly I learned how to improved my writing skills in general. A major lesson that I learned was to use different rhetorical styles when writing to help make your paper make more sense and seem more together....   [tags: using retorical styles] 761 words
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How to Write an Essay - Find a subject you care about and which you in your heart feel others should care about. It is this genuine caring, not your games with language, which will be the most compelling and seductive element in your style. -- Kurt Vonnegut Learning how to write an essay can be a maddening, exasperating process, but it doesn't have to be. If you know the steps and understand what to do, writing can be easy and even fun. Below are brief summaries of each of the ten steps to writing an essay. 1. Research: Begin the essay writing process by researching your topic, making yourself an expert....   [tags: Writing an Essay] 701 words
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The Writer Who Couldn't Write - As we move through the levels of our education, we start to learn more and more things. For example, when we start to learn math, we learn how to add and subtract numbers before we learn how to complete an algebraic formula. In chemistry we learn the periodic table, its meaning, and units of measure before doing labs. When writing an essay, we follow similar steps. We learn the basics such as verbs, nouns, and predicates before we learn how to write an essay. We should not rush our thoughts on paper....   [tags: first draft, zero draft] 528 words
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How to Write a Eulogy - ... Once you are satisfied with the written eulogy, rehearsing will allow the words to flow. It is recommended to type your speech, and it is permissible to read directly from your paper or to refer during your delivery. This is an emotional time, the survivors and friends are behind you 100% and thankful for sharing their feelings during a sorrowful life event (Eulogywriter). The eulogy of my Friend My friend Collin had lived an amazing life. He was a friend that I relied on, shared my life with and thought of him as my brother....   [tags: elegy, loved ones, survivors]
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How To Write an Essay - The most common essay pattern is five-paragraph essay, beginning with introduction that initiate the single main idea, three paragraphs that each contains one supporting reason for the main idea and the conclusion. However, some people still wonder that why they cannot make successful and fascinating essays. Five-paragraph essay does not guarantee full score in SAT and TOEFL writing test. Interesting essay never came from putting words into template such as the five-paragraph pattern. Writing an essay needs more profound attempts and arts of writer....   [tags: Instructional Essay, Process Essay, How To Essay] 896 words
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Richard Write: A Southern Writer - ... Richard is rebellious and defiant by nature. At four years old, instead of being quiet as instructed by his mother, he played with fire and accidently burnt down his home. He also killed a kitten, not because he enjoyed taking a life, but to defy his father. Although this type of behavior often lead to some form of punishment, such a mentality and willingness to go against his family, his community, and authority allowed Richard forge his own path to maturation. A young Richard was introduced to literature when Ella, the school teacher living at his grandmother’s house, read him the story of Bluebeard and His Seven Wives....   [tags: Prejudice, Black, Experiences] 566 words
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How to Write an Essay - The written word is a robust contrivance that has been used for thousands of years to endow knowledge and emotion upon its audiences. Academic writing is one of the many different types of writing. Academic writing conveys different formalities of writing when compared to a basicity that is Personal writing. Academic writing needs a more organized, formal structure whilst using attire such as in-text citations and references to backup information presented within the script. Academic writing also deals with basal theories and causes ascendant processes and practices in ones everyday life, as well as exploring alternative substitutes for these events according too author Jagg Xaxx....   [tags: topic, brainstorming, word count] 1216 words
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Review of Qualitative Literature - Review of Qualitative Literature Qualitative methods use a different approach to scholarly research than quantitative methods. According to Creswell (2014), although similar in processes, qualitative methods rely on text and image data, have unique steps in data analysis, and draw on diverse designs in the qualitative study. There is now an increased publication of articles using qualitative methods as it became more acceptable, especially in the production of dissertations, as opposed to quantitative methods....   [tags: dissertations, qualitative methods]
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Japan: Corporate Governance Research Methodology - In our study of corporate governance and its impact on the overall economic and business environment, we have considered the example of Japanese Corporate governance and have compared it with other systems. We will study the comparative performances of the companies working in the Japanese system of corporate governance and the organizations working in other systems of corporate governance, primarily that of the United States. We have discussed the concept of corporate governance as well as management practices in detail and have tried to identify the difficulties and the barriers the company’s usually face while following a specific system of corporate governance....   [tags: japan, corporate governance, business] 1327 words
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Background and Methodology - Background and Methodology Introduction: As a research associate of Noah-Dankel research, I have been assigned the task of comparing the occurrence of criminal activities in Carterton to the crime in similar cities. In order to get an accurate comparison; several factors had to be taken into consideration. The type of crimes committed (crimes against people and crimes against property), the population of each city and the percent change in numbers of crimes in the previous year. Summary The records show that Carterton is indeed experiencing increases in crime that are similar to increases other cities are being challenged with....   [tags: Papers] 471 words
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One’s Ability to Write - Writing, in general, is a way of being able to express one’s feelings and opinions about something, as well as a way of showing the amount of information someone had researched, or the amount of knowledge that the writer knows. College writing is being able to write and fulfill that purpose in an orderly structure, meaning that the written work is neatly organized. There are different ways of writing that will vary depending on the student’s major in college; there are many different types of writing that a student can apply to, like writing argumentative essays, research papers, or lab reports....   [tags: writing skills, english course]
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Read More, Write Better - It is not apocryphal but intellectually genuine that any writer with a passion for writing can be as prolific as he or she wants with originality worth praising in every dimension of it. Creativity could be unpredictable in its capacity with such writer. He goes fishing for writing early in the morning violating every facet of how to fish for words that can make up a good story, for instance, and yet he comes back from fishing for his words with success beyond imagination. Making reading an obsession is a must for any writer with the long-term intention to excel at his writings....   [tags: Writing] 1052 words
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Decline in the Education System - In American society today there we often hear of the decline around us in the education system and how it affects the country’s image as a whole. The issues that I believe to be causing this decline and the solutions to resolve them from my findings are as stated. The methodology used to teach students writing. Discuss the involvement of technology in the decline and future of learning. Also expand on the ideas that writing, as a subject of voice, affects the image of persons in their professional occupations....   [tags: writing, speech, learning, methodology]
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An Urge to Write - An Urge to Write Everyone seems to have a reason for liking or disliking writing. It seems to stem from past experiences, or things writing has done for someone or not done for someone. For me, writing is a privilege and I enjoy writing immensely. It’s hard to put my finger on one distinct reason I take pleasure in writing but I think one of the causes for my appreciation of writing stems back to about two years ago. I was a sophomore in high school, and it was basically a tradition that my friend Jess and I would get together sporadically on various Friday nights....   [tags: Personal Narratives Writing Essays] 818 words
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Why Write Reports? - Have you ever felt irritated or discouraged when asked to write a report. Do we do report writing because of some bureaucratic regulation. We would rather do the ‘real’ work by recruiting workers and training them besides organizing meetings instead of the boring writing. Function of the introduction is to state clearly the reasons for discussing the particular subject. Just why was the report written. This is to indicate the importance of the subject to the reader, relate the report to previous and similar work, and to make the objectives clear....   [tags: Writing]
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How To Write a Nursing Research Paper - Title The elements needed to be included in a good title should contain the critical words or a phrase that describes the article; identify the major variables and the population. The title of this article has identified the independent and dependent variables which is the adaption and effects of the training program to help patients with end stage renal disease (Coughlan, Cronin, and Ryan, 2007; Nieswiadomy, 2008 p.380). Abstract The authors of this article have outlined the purpose, aims, and objectives of the study....   [tags: Nursing Profession, Nursing Career]
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The Role of Methodology in Developmental Research - The Role of Methodology in Developmental Research Developmental psychology may be defined as a branch psychology devoted to understanding all changes that human beings, experience throughout the lifespan (Berk. E. L 2003). Developmental psychology focuses hugely on development in childhood, as major changes occur in childhood, it is the scientific study of ‘how we grow and develop’, (Davenport 1994). Developmental psychology aims to understand the important aspects of cognition, socialisation, emotional development, and personality development through childhood to adulthood....   [tags: Papers] 1475 words
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I Must Write - ... I wonder why it is the only subject that am not doing well or advancing. It is hard to concede that I cannot make any amelioration and that it is too late to reverse work that is already done. The thought of writing English papers is very daunting and prompts me ruminate that I might never be a good writer. I hear these two voices inside of me: one says that I can still put in some extra effort that might change my grade, but I have limited time remaining and there is only a few more papers to write....   [tags: personal reflection] 571 words
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Tips on How to Write an Effective Paper - Writing papers is one thing you can guarantee yourself that you will have to do in college, along with other educational requirements. For some people, it might be a frustrating experience or a great opportunity to show their knowledge on a given topic; or sometimes both. Everyone has methods that work better for them than others and they learn to embrace those specific methods. Simple strategies such as outlining and good research can make writing a paper a more pleasant and less nerve-racking experience....   [tags: writing, Education] 767 words
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Why I Write: The Art of Writing - George Orwell in his essay “Why I write”, written in 1946 and published in London, addresses the reasons that made him become a writer and eventually sets four main general principles that are the main drive force for every piece of writing. “I write it because there is some lie that I want to expose, some fact to which I want to draw attention and my initial concern is to get a hearing.” By showing his inner drive to write he portrays a greater picture about writing as he shows how one writes consciously about what concerns one’s feelings and subconscious thinking....   [tags: george orwell] 1238 words
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How To Write A Good Research Paper - A Research Paper is a type of academic writing that needs more theoretical, significant and methodical level of question. Although a research paper is a kind of term paper, some term papers don’t require academic research. Not all research papers can be considered as term papers. An objective of writing a research paper is to allow people to read the work selectively. In order to make an impression over the reader, in other words to make a paper readable following some points should be noted:  Print or type using a 12 point standard font, such as Times, Geneva, Bookman, Helvetica, etc....   [tags: Instructional Essay, Process Essay, How To Essay] 1050 words
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8 Steps In How To Write A Research Paper - Here are 8 steps in how to research a research paper. These 8 steps are easy to follow and will increase your accuracy in researching your paper. These steps are a helping tool for any college or high school student with a long or short paper. Like any other writing project, research writing is a process involving a number of steps. Although you may be overwhelmed at first by the large scope of a research paper, if you break the task into smaller tasks, you'll find yourself able to complete even the largest assign-ment....   [tags: essays research papers] 1087 words
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Dissertation on Uranium and its Isotopes - ... Safeguarding uranium mining, while beneficial for several nonproliferation schemes, faces many challenges. One is particular (that this research proposes to address) is the inability to detect undeclared mining, which would limit the usefulness in identifying a clandestine enrichment program. Satellite imagery and environmental sampling could possibly help in finding covert open-pit, underground, and in-situ leaching mining. Even if those methods possibly could detect those covert mining operations, however, covert uranium byproduct mining would still be a problem....   [tags: Fission, Nuclear Weapon, Mining] 650 words
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The Use a Streamlined, Systematic Methodology to Design or Upgrade a Network - 2.0 METHODOLOGY The key to a successful project is to have a methodical approach which not only outlines the process but the manner in which the process should be carried out, this will result into streamlining the process hence reducing the delivery time, increase the value of the end result and make the project effective. (Oppenheimer, 2004) explains networks that are created with complexity most of the time do not perform as they are supposed, are not scalable and do not match the requirements....   [tags: Information Technology] 1258 words
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Interaction between Epistemology, Methodology, and Methods in Qualitative Research - Nursing research has been a part of the nursing profession for many years, consisting of both qualitative and quantitative research. It is essential in guiding nursing practice. Many nurses have a baseline understanding of research in general, but when conducting research it is important also to understand personal values and beliefs to guide the type of research to conduct. Understanding the differences between epistemology, methodology, and methods, will assist in this choice to conduct a valid research project....   [tags: health, nursing]
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