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  • Business as Al-Amanah and the Responsibilities of Islamic Business Managers
    Description: Islam is a comprehensive guideline that encompasses all aspects of human existence and serves as a guide for all human actions, including economic and business activity. In Islam, the concept of business entails the concept of income, earnings, and material possessions, all of which are God's property, and humans are only His trustees.
    15 pages | 4520 words | 10 sources | APA | Business Studies | Term Paper |
  • Ray Sunshine Case Study 2 Questions
    Description: Case Study #2 Questions: Ray F. Sunshine 1. Taking a typical day’s diet, does Ray fall short, meet or exceed his daily energy needs? Is Ray at a good weight for his height? Why or why not? Ray exceeds his daily energy needs. He eats a lot of foodstuffs mostly junk foods and fatty foods which are not good for his health. Ray’s weight is too high hence is not good for his height. In the measurement of ideal weight, body frame size is another factor that has an important impact. 2. How many grams of fibre is recommended per day for good health? Does Ray's diet have enough fiber? Ray's diet does not have enough fiber. The fiber in his diet reads nineteen. He rarely eats fruits and grains in his daily diet as recorded. Keeping the digestive system healthy is the role of fiber. Since he is a man he requires to take a lot of foods with enough fiber. For good health, a man should take thirty to thirty-eight grams of fiber.
    3 pages | 875 words | 3 sources | MLA | Nutrition/Dietary | Coursework |
  • Mapping the Action in Othello
    Description: The tragedy's climax occurs in Act III Scene 3, when Othello decides to exact revenge on Desdemona and Cassio. Othello's climax is characterised by jealously and a desire for vengeance. Othello is one of the most emotionally charged and dramatic characters in the play. As a result, most of Shakespeare's stories revolve on him, as does the climax.
    2 pages | 595 words | MLA | Shakespeare | Creative Writing |
  • Unethical Perspectives of Eating Meat
    Description: Meat has been part of many people's daily diet in the world. The culture of meat-eating results in the slaughtering of thousands of animals every day for meat production. In the United States, research shows that the average American consumes about fifty-five pounds of beef annually. The research is based on the 2019 USDA food availability data (Davis and Lin 2005). Despite the dietary use of meat, many studies have shown that meat is not an essential part of our diet. Additionally, many arguments have been raised on whether eating meat is ethical.
    6 pages | 1822 words | 3 sources | APA | Ethics | Essay(Any Type) |
  • The History of Gun Legislation in the United States and its Influence on Liberty
    Description: Gun control advocates argue that this outdated amendment should be repealed because it is a threat to public safety and allows criminals to arm themselves. Opponents of gun control believe that gun-related crime is exaggerated and that guns are necessary for self-defense purposes. The issue has led to many heated debates in recent years, and both sides remain adamant in their beliefs. The issue of gun rights and regulations has caused much controversy in the United States over the years. Gun legislation has evolved in different directions depending on the political, historical, cultural, and social context of each era.
    6 pages | 1863 words | 2 sources | MLA | Law | Creative Writing |
  • Mental Illness in Saudi Arabia
    Description: Depression and anxiety are the most prevalent mental disorders and are common among Saudi Arabian citizens. These disorders interfere with individuals' behavior and their relationships with others. People with mental illnesses often have identical symptoms such as poor concentration, forgetfulness and fatigue. Some chronic conditions such as diabetes influence the chances of people developing these disorders. Delays in treatment expose individuals to more severe outcomes. Depression and anxiety disorders are common in Saudi Arabia because people hardly go for checkups to diagnose any symptoms. Hesitation in medical treatment is mainly contributed by various barriers, including a lack of knowledge about the mental disorder symptoms.
    3 pages | 893 words | MLA | Healthcare | Research Paper |
  • Russia and Ukraine Conflict
    Description: Many people were surprised by this invasion, which was the first major conflict in Europe for a long time, and it surprised many people. Russia and Ukraine, on the other hand, have been wary of each other for a long time.
    6 pages | 1623 words | 6 sources | Not Applicable | History | Research Paper |
  • Why is fake news prevalent and enduring?
    Description: The deception, which we characterize as any data that ends up being bogus, represents an unavoidable test for human perception and social collaboration since it is a result of how individuals habitually blunder also, of the time, lie. Be that as it may, this reality lacks to make sense of the ascent of falsehood, and its ensuing effect on memory and independent direction, as a significant challenge in the twenty-first century. Falsehood has been recognized as a supporter of different antagonistic occasions, going from decisions and referenda to political or strict persecution and the worldwide reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic.
    10 pages | 3443 words | 14 sources | APA | IT, Web | Essay(Any Type) |
  • Housing Crisis on Prince Edward Island in Canada
    Description: Due to increase in population housing crisis is common in the major cities in the world. The shortage is caused by a lack of land to build more houses, inadequate finance, or the unwillingness of the government to support and remedy the situation. The housing crisis affects people of all ages but mostly those from the lower class majority. In Canada, especially in the Prince Edward Island, seniors are facing an acute shortage of housing which makes their lives more miserable.
    2 pages | 659 words | 2 sources | APA | Architecture, Building and Planning | Essay(Any Type) |
  • Causes of Religious/Christian Persecution
    Description: Christian persecution has been sharply rising, and Christians experience societal discrimination. Christian conditions are worse now than in early church days. Today 1 out of every 8 Christian live in a country where they face discrimination such as violence and arbitrary arrest. As a nation founded on religious freedom, Pakistani Christian daily life is challenging and dangerous due to the dramatic increase in radical Islam (Seiler, 2014). Unjustly Christians in the middle east are held captively because of their faith, most often under cruel conditions. However, there is no easy solution; it is essential to continue advocating for those facing persecution and punish the oppressors.
    2 pages | 450 words | 3 sources | APA | Religious Studies | Essay(Any Type) |
  • Explanation of Nespresso Business Model and Effectiveness
    Description: Nespresso refers to a competitive business model developed by a multinational coffee vending company. It is based on a machine and pod vending of coffee whose competitive advantage emanated from the method of creation of utility using unique and innovative ways. The Nestle company managed to outshine the rest of the companies in the food industry through innovativeness in the designing of an attractive product and the customer service system or process. The company incorporated several creative m\marketing methods to lure customers to their coffee brand. Nespresso business model had failed for several times and almost bankrupted the company as it was trying to fund the manufacturing and the installation of machines (Doorneweert, 2017). It shows that the competition expected in future lies solely on the services and activities surrounding the product but not the product itself.
    4 pages | 1210 words | 2 sources | APA | Marketing | Essay(Any Type) |
  • New York University Admission Essay
    Description: After graduating from New York University with a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing, I was lucky to secure an internship vacancy at the Best Buy Co., Inc. as a digital marketer. I can confess that internship was the most critical stage in my career journey since it instilled practical skills and work attitudes that I needed to become what I am today. Within twelve months the manager liked my work, and I got promoted to a position of a junior content marketer.
    1 pages | 358 words | MLA | Marketing | Admission Essay |
  • The Passion for becoming a Geriatric Nurse
    Description: Since high school, I have always had the interest to work in a health facility. The passion drove me into participation in volunteer work. Luckily, in 2009 I was awarded a certificate of CAN (Certified Nursing Assistant) for having worked diligently in helping the elderly and patients. I enjoyed the job, and it increased my desire to be a geriatric nurse. Joining a nursing school would be one step towards the realization of my goal, I hoped.
    1 pages | 310 words | MLA | Nursing | Admission Essay |
  • Shaping Organizational Behavior in a Shipyard
    Description: Shipyard workers are exposed to high risks in their working environment due to the exposure of the asbestos and abnormal illumination. In that connection, the company owning the shipyard need to implement other forms of benefits other than the salary to their workers to protect them from the risks associated with the risk. There are about six benefits which include Medical benefits, Life-related benefits, Retirement benefits, Disability benefits, Workplace flexibility, Tuition Reimbursement, Domestic partner, and Wellness programs (Gomez-Mejia, Balkin, & Cardy, 2016). Such benefits include both voluntary and legal compliance practices.
    2 pages | 653 words | 2 sources | APA | Application Letters | Coursework |
  • Brooklyn Brewery Business Case Study
    Description: Brooklyn company managed by Robin Ottaway and Eric has been proliferating between 1987 to 2014. It was recently ranked as the ninth largest beer company in US 2014. However, market changes have come along with multiple issues emanating from the competition in the craft beer market. Craft beer companies such as MillerCoors and Anheuser-Busch InBev stormed in the market selling their craft beer or acquiring the emerging beer companies. Also, the craft beer business has continued to attract new companies consistently who provide unique versions of fresh beers with a variety of flavors.
    3 pages | 873 words | 3 sources | APA | Marketing | Case Study |
  • Google Pay in China Market
    Description: Google pay refers to a digital wallet that allows people to send or receive money. The purpose of introducing Google Pay in China is to facilitate convenient buying and selling of products through timely money remittance.
    1 pages | 404 words | APA | Marketing | Business Plan |
  • Medical Care Issues Resulting from Medicare Fraud
    Description: Fraud has been the most ‘stubborn’ social and economic crisis in multiple fields ranging from education, administration, policing, banking, and marketing. It has now spread into the medical field where there is dishonesty, greed, and underhand practices that lead to abuse of medical facilities by the patients, health professionals, institutions, or the government. The common forms of Medicare fraud include billing for medical services not offered, forging dates and locations of service, forging the name of the provider of services, over-charging patients, over-pricing medical services, false or over-priced prescription drugs, issuance of counterfeit drugs, and other forms of cheating. All forms of medical fraud should be prevented because they result in abuse and misuse of medical facilities which can lead to negative consequences on the patient, society, medical institution, or any other victim.
    12 pages | 3503 words | 5 sources | APA | Healthcare | Research Paper |
  • Strategic Communication Plan for Uber Company 2019
    Description: Uber Technologies Inc. is a privately-owned transport company that ferries people using cars. The company was founded by Garret Camp and Travis Kalanick in 2009 March. It is currently run by the chairman named Ronald Sugar, and a CEO called Dara Knosrowshashi. It offers both offline and online services. For example, it utilizes the Uber mobile app or the website upon which the client and the car/vehicle/motorcycle owners have to create accounts. The client logs into his account to request for a ride and the Uber driver who is close to that client will see a notification requesting him or her to take the job. Depending on the destination indicated by the customer the driver can reject or accept the request.
    8 pages | 2380 words | 7 sources | APA | Communications | Coursework |
  • ABC Employee Empowerment
    Description: Training and development in an organization are crucial in empowering employees to be the best they can be in a work environment and at a personal level. There are various, concepts, vocabularies and terminologies used in the field of training and development of workers. On of such concepts include ‘growing their people.' In its primary sense, it refers to a situation where managers or a company empowers employees or stakeholders of such a company. The empowerment involves training, learning, guidance, or counseling which is meant on improving the personnel in the company. It ensures the company has a rich pool of human resources, skills, talents, and aptitudes.
    3 pages | 924 words | 3 sources | APA | Management | Essay(Any Type) |
  • Katsushika Housai's Profile
    Description: People across all the global cultures know or have heard about The Great Wave off Kanagawa, they know very little about the artist behind such works. The creator of the globally famous ‘Wave of Kanagawa' is none other than Katsushika Hokusai. He is known to create about thirty thousand pieces of artwork. However, his art career was faced by much friction from the Japanese government during a time when exports and import had been completely blocked (Lane, 1999). Japan had closed its borders; there was no entry nor exit from the country until 1850 when the borders were opened. The opening of borders allowed Europeans to access highly valued Japanese art.
    8 pages | 2378 words | 6 sources | Not Applicable | Art(Fine Arts, Performing Arts) | Biographies |
  • The project quality management plan
    Description: Project Quality Management plan ensures that the quality of the project is not compromised. It helps in the setting of strategies and guidelines that check the quality of the project throughout its lifespan to ensure that there is no deviation that can lead to decrease in the quality of the project because it can result to low performance. The purpose of the QMP is to ensure that the requirements of the project are fulfilled.
    1 pages | 386 words | 1 sources | APA | Management | Article Review |
  • Ethical Issues in #MeToo Movement
    Description: Sexual assault is a sensitive issue that cuts across all ages and gender. It is legally and morally wrong in most societies around the globe. The victims are scared to report after being assaulted because they are unsure of how the response would be, at times, reporting might lead to consequences which are worse than the assault itself. Sexual harassment is common among women and teens because they are defenseless. Luckily, #MeToo was developed to help the victims who have always kept quiet after being mistreated. However, a few individuals have made it an opportunity to harass innocent men for mistakes they never committed.
    2 pages | 672 words | 3 sources | MLA | Ethics | Term Paper |
  • Northeast Florida Local Emergency Planning Committee
    Description: Northeast Florida LEPC is a community in Florida which is concerned with enlightening the public about the wastes and hazardous materials. It was formed in 1986 by the US Congress and comprises of eleven counties. The community is responsible in offering public education and training its staff members on the dangers of hazardous materials. The community is responsible in controlling the rate of disposal of hazardous materials to prevent environmental pollution which might endanger the community. Northeast LEPC is responsible for keeping data about such materials in the CAMEO database which analyzes such information to provide precise information on the method and procedure of disposing such chemicals. The community also, funds some of its environmental conservation using the fee levied from the companies which handle hazardous chemicals. Alongside funding, the community is responsible for making decisions and policies which prevent the release of hazardous chemical to the environment.
    5 pages | 1425 words | 4 sources | APA | Healthcare | Research Paper |
  • What are the advantages of electric cars over gasoline cars?
    Description: With the rise in the need to conserve the environment by reducing greenhouse gases emissions their glass has been an increase in the number of electric cars. The increase in the number of the electric cars in the most parts of the world has been increasing due to their effectiveness, automation, and their ability to cover a long distance within a very short period. Electric cars are the new generation of cars based on the source of power. However, the primary reason which has contributed to the increase in the demand for electric cars is the need to use a clean source of energy to prevent climatic change that might be caused by increased emission of carbon dioxide. They are gradually replacing the gasoline cars. Most of the electric cars use a renewable source of energy to provide power which makes such cars crisscross long distance faster due to their high-speed strength.
    5 pages | 1548 words | 8 sources | MLA | Engineering | Argumentative Essays |
  • Educational Reforms in US Since 1983 to 2007
    Description: According to A Nation at Risk Reform, American education is at risk due to mediocrity. Students in primary and high school are performing poorly while there are high risks of illiteracy among adults in the US. According to the report given by the National Commission on Excellence in Education argued that the schools and society seem to have lost grip of the purpose of education in the state. The risk is about to create a national crisis in the future (1983).
    2 pages | 750 words | 4 sources | APA | Education | Coursework |