Proposal for the Improvement of Risk Indicator Management and Cost to Quantify Strong Building Design

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The vigilance of competent ecclesiastical authority toward ecclesial movements

The Vigilance of Competent Ecclesiastical Authority toward Ecclesial Movements Chapter I: The vigilance of competent ecclesiastical authority toward associations of the faithful through the ages Abstract The first chapter examines the development of ecclesiastical vigilance toward associations of the faithful in their Church life. The purpose of this undertaking is to surgically lay the groundwork for how vigilance as exercised by effective and competent ecclesiastical authority has been juridically relevant through the ages. First, the chapter deals with developments up to 1917, beginning with the earliest appearance of ecclesiastical vigilance over associations, known historically as...

The Lived Experiences and Perspectives of Individuals Confined to a Wheelchair Regarding Their Experiences in the Hiring Process in an Attempt to Obtain Employment: A Phenomenology

The Perspectives of Individuals Confined to a Wheelchair Regarding Their Experiences in Obtaining Employment: A Phenomenology Study Dissertation Proposal (Research Methods) Name Institutional Affiliation CHAPTER 3: RESEARCH METHODS Introduction The research methodology developed for this study will focus on assessing the experiences of Individuals Confined to a Wheelchair (ICW) when looking for full-time employment. Most of the ICW encounter multiple barriers and unwarranted biases, which will act as the foundation for gathering increased information on the subject (Dong et al., 2012). Consequently, given the different hindrances, the assessment will be based on conducting a qualitative...

The Lived Experiences of People with Sickle Cell Disease and Acquiring Health care

The Lived Experiences of People with Sickle Cell Disease and Acquiring Health Care Dissertation Proposal Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy Health Services May 2019Abstract People with sickle cell disease (SCD) often face recurring and severe episodes of pain requiring them to frequent emergency rooms for treatment. For many people with SCD employment is not maintainable and episodes can lead to organ failure leaving family members and caretakers the responsibility of making their health care decisions. Research has documented the treatment and evaluation of SCD, but no treatment prevention has been explored. As the SCD population...

The Future of War

The Future of War Student’s name University The future of war is traditionally an ever-changing aspect across the globe. Historians have argued that none of the previous societies learnt from history since changes, disruptions, or events can dent the forecast of the future. Traditionally, war relied on huge numbers of the military, especially during the European dominance. However, changing strategies of war required nations to establish new avenues to win the war. World wars elaborated the need for coalitions, advanced weaponry, and strategies to win the war. The World Wars led to the introduction of the scorched earth policy, aerial bombardments, nuclear weapons, block by block combat, and...

The effect of teacher absenteeism on student performance

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Summarise the hypothesis relationship

Summary of Hypothesis Relationship Name Institution Summary of Hypothesis Relationship The study showed evidence based on the hypotheses that were earlier outlined in the study. From the hypotheses, therefore, there was a significant positive relationship between career management and employees. Such evidence is often achieved when the company adopts the right human resource strategies (Alfes et al., 2013). The findings suggest that there is a significant positive relationship between hotel career management and job performance. Furthermore, the job satisfaction and affective organizational commitment have shown a substantial relationship with the hotel career management (Shaw et al.,...

Sustainable Investing / Portfolio Theory

Analyzing Literature Review on Sustainable Investing Name: Institutional Affiliations: Abstract Sustainable investments define the nature of many business operations today. Adopting sustainable investment is the focus on the areas of environmental improvements, the social focus on the local community and the call to have prudence in the business governance for profitability. Business organizations need to adopt standards that would make their operations futuristic. The ESG (environmental, social and governance) sustainable standards also increase the profit leverage for the business organization. As a result, it always calls upon the management of every business that aims to remain profitable...

Sternberg’s theories and corresponding studies

Sternberg's theories and corresponding studies Student Name Institution Theory of Successful Intelligence Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory (Sternberg, 1997), hypothesizes that for intelligence to be considered comprehensive, there has to be an interplay and balance between the three classifications of intelligence, namely, analytical, creative and practical abilities. Originally conceptualized as the Successful Intelligence theory, the three-fold view of intelligence as it is also referred, necessitates that one must acknowledge their strengths and learn to utilize them in such a way they eclipse their weaknesses. This should all be achieved while navigating through an unfamiliar environment and...

Special Teachers Attitudes Towards Inclusion of Students with Special Educational Needs

Special Teachers Attitudes Towards Inclusion of Students with Special Educational Needs In their article “Teacher Perceptions of the Regular Education Initiative” by Semmel, Abernathy, Butera, and Lesar (1991) carried out a survey of 381 elementary school teachers from 22 public schools in California and Illinois, where 71 were special teachers, 310 were regular classroom educators, 38 were ancillary personnel (such as the counselors, Bilingual educators, and Chapter 1 personnel ), and 11 were administrators. The researchers’ concentration was on the attitudes of both special and mainstream educators towards the inclusion of the pupils with mild disabilities using survey questionnaires that...