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CHAPTER 1 – POLITICS AND KNOWLEDGE
INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE
Sekar Rizki Wibowo – KKI_B
What is politics? Politics is a process by which a group of people, whose opinions or interests might be different from each other, reach collective decisions that are generally regarded as binding on the group and enforced as a common policy.
The basis of political knowledge always came from three important sources, which are:
1. Authority : Involves the appeal of any documents, tradition, or person that is believed to be an important source of politics or some explanation regarding a particular issue.
2. Personal thought : Relies on assumption of human brains that may
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The Evolution of Political Approaches
“By 2012, it has become impossible to correctly interpret campaigns strategy without understanding revolution in tactics.” (12) Political strategy has been around since voting was established, and over the years the approaches have evolved to meet the political demand. These approaches have evolved from the traditional “wise man” approach to a social science- centric approach. The “wise man” approach was very critical in the start but soon began to fall behind the curve, and to meet this demeaned and changes of time a new approach needed to move in. the social science-centric approaches provide the basis for more successful campaigns, and many
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It is the study of the history and methodology of the discipline of history.
The term historiography also denotes a body of historical work on a specialized topic. Scholars discuss historiography topically – such as the “historiography of Catholicism,” the “historiography of early Islam,” or the “historiography of China" – as well as specific approaches such as political history and social history. Beginning in the nineteenth century, at the ascent of academic history, a corpus of historiography literature developed.
Furay and Salevouris (1988) define historiography as "the study of the way history has been and is written — the history of historical writing... When you study
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CONTRIBUTION OF THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
The behavioural science approach is concerned with the social and psychological aspects of human behaviour in organisation. The understanding of human behavior was enhanced by contributions not only from the traditional disciplines of psychology, sociology, and anthropology, but also from social economics, political science, linguistics, and education. The interrelationships of these various disciplines are now referred to collectively as the “behavioral sciences.”
The behavioral science approach is oriented toward economic objectives, concerned with the total climate, and consistent with the development of interpersonal competence. It is a
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parties. What is in permanent tension in current societies is the relationship among power,
conflict and authority (Lasswell and Kaplan, 1950). Political elites have to deal with power
institutions and “shape” the political system. In some cases the elites elaborate strong rules
in order to maintain their power avoiding political competition. In other cases, the elites
must compete among them and/or with others citizens. Thus, is society controlled by a small
group of insiders? This is the paradox of political elites: between political representation and
the maximization of their own interests.
2.3. Elites, democracy and social change
What does social science have to say about
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B.A. (Hons. School) followed by M.A. (Hons.School) (Five years Integrated Course) M.A.
Education English and Cultural Studies Forensic Science and Criminology French & Francophone Studies
M.A. English Proficiency Course M.Sc. M.A.. CC in French Dip. in French Adv. Dip. in French
CC in German Dip. in German Adv. Dip. in German
M.A. Dip. in Translation
Institute of Technology Education
Educational and Voc.
B.A.Hons. (Education)- B.Ed.
Library and Information Science Life Long Learning and Extension Philosophy Police Administration Political Science Psychology
M.Lib.& Information Science Dip. in Pre-School Education M.A. M.A
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woman? What if children lose their father and what if parents lose their sons in the violence of hartal? We do not have proper answer to those questions. If the hartal is constitutional right, does our constitutional right give the political parties to kill innocent people and destroying many families? No. So all political parties should stand forward to pass a bill to ban hartal.
The net loss in one day’s hartal, according to a study published in the Chittagong University Journal and Social Science, is around TK. 500 crore. The study further reveals that gross financial loss because of hartals during 1991-2001 was TK. 183,465 crore. Did we ever realize where our economy is going due to
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assumed under the EMH and CAPM regime6. The dropping of the assumption of zero contracting costs has shown that accounting methods have the potential to affect the cash flow to the contracting parties. It thus provides incentives to the contracting parties to influence accounting methods.
Positive Accounting Theory and Science
Though the above idea is general, early empirical studies of accounting choices investigated the impact of variables related to earnings-based bonus plans, debt, and the political process affecting the firm. Three major hypotheses tested are as follows: (a) the bonus plan hypothesis, (b) the debt-equity hypothesis, and (c) political cost hypothesis (Watts
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Scientism and Technocracy in Brave New World
Brave New World is well recognized as a dystopian novel, in which Aldous Huxley satirically criticized scientism and technocracy. In this new world, science and technology was paramount. It dominated all aspects of human life. Humans were mass produced in laboratory and factories; human moral value were moulded by sleeping teaching; human emotions were controlled by soma. The overuse of science and technology reduced humans to one-dimensional man without individuality and the ability of critical thinking. Human beings were used as tools for political and economic purposes. The thesis is to study scientism and
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unification they each share. As Latinos begin to understand one another, perhaps they will unite to ensure future Latinos work together for the betterment of the community.
Bodella, Lisa, 2004 Fluid Boarders Latino Power, Identity, and Politics in Los Angeles
University of California Press 2003
De La Torre, A. Miguel and Aponte Edwin, Latino/a Theology
Orbis Books. Maryknoll, NY 2001
Fraga, Luis R., García, John A. Hero, Rodney E., Jones-Correa, Michael, Martinez-Ebers, Valerie, Segura, Gary M.,
“Su Casa Es Nuestra Casa: Latino Politics Research and the Development of American Political Science Review
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advertisers subsets of data without personal information. It appears that self-regulation is in question. Depending on a company’s political preference it could discriminate with the data.
Eitan Hersh, a “political science professor at Yale University” said that “people like being targeting in many ways” (Brennan). In one survey in Ohio they found that 64% said “their support for a candidate would decrease if they found out a candidate was microtargeting them differently than their neighbor” (Brennan). It is possible that voters feel this is a way of cheating or getting a little too personal. Targeting consumers for products is much less personal than stereotyping to try to win your vote. It
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Bob Buckhorn is currently the mayor of Tampa. He was born in Illinois and graduated from the Pennsylvania State University majoring in Political Science. Before being a mayor in 2011, he had been a Tampa City Council since 1995. He has changed Tampa in significant ways. After being elected, he created the Economic Competitiveness Committee to oversee the City of Tampa’s projects and therefore improve the efficiency of the system. Mr. Buckhorn supports the developent of public services and places, such as the public transportation and the park system. Although Tampa is a small city, its bus system is well-developed with the help of Mr. Buckhorn. Tampa is known for its wonderful parks, such
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Question: How does international political economy impact on your life in Belgium?
International political economy also known as global political economy is an academic discipline within the social sciences that analyzes international relations in combination with political economy. As an interdisciplinary field it draws on many distinct academic schools, most notably political science and economics, but also sociology, history, and cultural studies. International political economy is concerned with the ways in which political forces (states, institutions, individuals, etc.) shape the systems through which economic interactions are expressed, and equally the effect that
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Boundless. “ The Role of Third Parties”. Boundless Political Science. Boundless, 03 Aug.2015. Retrieve 11 Mar 2016 from https://www.boundless.com/political-science
https://today.you gov.com> 2015/12/11
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Running head: COMPARISON BETWEEN ASSOCIATE DEGREE AND
Comparison between Associate degree and Baccalaureate degree
Comparison between Associate degree and Baccalaureate degree
Nursing education traces its history from the humble beginnings incorporating “on the job” training to a modern era of PhD program at today’s research universities. Currently, there are three levels of education found in entry level nurses: diploma nurses, associate’s degree in nursing, and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Often there is confusion as to why nursing students will put forth the extra effort to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. As the discussion unfolds, it will
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Planning one's future is one of the most difficult and inaccurate processes we go through in our daily lives. It's impossible to know what will happen over the years, and what obstacles you may have to overcome. However, we do it every day and everyone has their own ideal future planned out for themselves, including me!
In my immediate future, I want to attend college at Indiana University. I'm in the process of applying as I write. I intend to major in Political Sciences at the College of Arts and Sciences. My reasoning for wanting to major in Political Sciences is that I plan to go to law school, and one of the most common undergrad majors is political science, a topic I am very
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Fearon, James D. and David D. Laitin. 2003. 'Ethnicity, Insurgency, and Civil war.' American Political Science Review. 91(1): 75-82.
Humphreys, Macartan N. 2002. 'Economics and Violent Conflict.' Harvard School of Public Health.
Jackson, Richard. 2002. 'Violent Internal Conflict and the African State: Towards a Framework of Analysis.' Journal of Contemporary African Studies. 20(1): 29-52.
Kaplan, Robert D. 2001. The Coming Anarchy. New York: Vintage Books.
Keen, D. 1998. 'The Economic Functions of Violence in Civil Wars.' Adelphi Paper 320, Oxford University Press.
Lonsdale, John. 2008. ‘Kenya: ethnicity, tribe and state.’Open Democracy, http://www.opendemocracy.net/article
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stronger connotations of natural causation.” (Schuldt, Konrath, and Schwarz 2011) From these authors observation’s the use of the terms differ by political orientation.
The general consensus of climate scientists within the political arena is that man is causing this climate phenomena to take place more rapidly than it should. What is causing the global phenomena which deserves so much attention? “Science tells us that an increase in global average temperature of 2°C (3.6° F) constitutes the planetary tipping point with respect to climate change, leading to irreversible changes beyond human control.” (FOSTER 2013) Global warming is a major causation of changes in the climate. Search any number of
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environment’. Michael Cole is the author of ‘The technology in its cultural context, media influence.’ Douglas Cox penned ‘Political and Legal Influences’, as well as the Abstract, Introduction and Conclusion.
Week 1 Assignment: Research Topic and Outline (noting each team member’s research sections); Selection for a team leader. 3
Summary for Week 1 4
The Bionic Plant 4
A brief description of the technology and an explanation of the associated science. 4
The historical development and context of the technology. 5
Political and legal influences 5
Economic questions and concerns of Supercharged Photosynthesis
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studied apart from its political and social setting.
The Structural approach concentrated on the description of the administrative structure of the government bodies. This approach emphasizes the study of PODSCORB techniques of administration. But the administrative structure and techniques cannot be studied without proper reference to the environment in which public administration is working as well as the human factor. According to the scientific management approach, the problems of the public administration should be studied by the methods and spirit of science. Taylor concentrated on the work methods, machines and materials. He was concerned with the questions of mechanical efficiency
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The relation between sociology and anthropology is widely recognized today. In fact, anthropologist Kroeber pointed out that the two- sciences are twin sisters. Robert Redfied writes that viewing the whole United States, one say that the relations between sociology and anthropology are closer than those between anthropology and political science, which is partly due to greater similarity in ways of work.
Anthropology is a general science like sociology. 'The word anthropology' is derived from two Greek words, 'anthropos' and 'logos' meaning the study of man. More precisely, it is defined by Kroeber as the science of man and his works and behavior. Anthropology is concerned not with
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Greek influence on the Western world
It is always important to look to the past in order to move toward the future. This was done in
the formation of Western Society, and more specifically the formation of American society. The Greek
culture defiantly served as a huge frame of reference for many aspects of Western life today.
Including our government, architecture, math and the arts. Ancient Greek culture served as a very
broad base for which our society was built upon.
To start off with Ancient Greece had many developments in political science. During the age of
Pericles, the ideal form of government was
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different from another and most of them all believe in one God, only a few does not. The world had outgrown just one religion therefore, when Martin Luther and King Henry decided to separate themselves from the church many more had emerged. Secularism identifies it’s self as something called 'religion' and separate it from the domains of the state, the economy and science.
Secularism is the realization that God’s will be done plus the natural evolution of universal morality. Christianity was the spiritual identity of one’s soul, beliefs, spirituality, social, and political foundation. Then those from other countries believed that Christianity provided spiritual connections
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have been integral to do the development of the human race and modern day society. In the current day, many researchers and sociologists believe that people have stopped becoming lifelong members of these organisations, in this essay I am going to assess this view and find out if it’s true.
There is arguments on both sides regarding the extent to which secularisation (decline of religion) is present in the world today, some believe it is associated with the modern day societies. Modernists feel the same way seeing our societies as focusing more on developments into science and rational research. Because of this, many sociologists see religion as being “incompatible” with our societies.
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into their homeland; these groups share many language traits and religious beliefs from their Spanish ancestry, although each group has a common Spanish influence, some of these groups have an African influence that adds to their unique qualities. Each of the four groups is similar in regards to a lack in economic equality from the non- Hispanic population in the US. These groups do differ in political aspirations and participatory desires in US politics; some preferring to take a more active approach to politics.
Alba, R. (June, 2006). Mexican Americans and the American Dream. PS: Political Science & Politics. Retrieved from http://www.apsanet.org/imgtest
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National Differences in Political Economy
• Understand how the political systems of countries differ.
• Understand how the economic systems of countries differ.
• Understand how the legal systems of countries differ.
• Be able to explain what determines the level of economic development of a nation.
• Discuss the macro-political and economic changes taking place worldwide.
• Describe how transition economies are moving towards market based systems.
• Articulate the implications for management practice of national differences in political economy.
This chapter discusses differences in national political
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to be the instrument of change and was being pushed by Jeremy and his friends. It was however turned down by the Troy Government, although significantly disappointed Jeremy did not give up. He realized that it will take more than just paintings or books to instantly change society’s way of thinking, so he joined forces with his friends to form a political movement which was the birth the Utilitarianism. The political party’s initial name was the "Philosophical Radicals", which was soon changed to Utilitarian. It was Jeremy Bentham’s dream to see ethics being recognized as a true science such as Mathematics or Physics and in to make that dream a reality. Bentham set out to clearly explain and
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Sociology was born not when good and evil were defined by what is useful or harmful to society, but rather when this correlation, exalted by the utilitarians, was placed in doubt because individualism seemed to have become a menace to society. This disjunction of the actor and the system led the most radical thinkers to conceive of a system without actors, dominated by determinisms and impersonal powers, and others to describe actors without a system, constructing in a normative void the forms of their interaction with actors who were strangers. Homo sociological, exalted by political philosophy, has disappeared. The globalization of the economy, which has entailed a weakening of the social
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and it has significantly evolved over the years. It has affected society both the political and economic system, it could be regarded as a power system. Telegraph laid the groundwork for the communication revolution which led to later innovations.
There have been several forms of telegraphs over the years, from nonelectrical to electrical. According to Elon.edu the very first telegraph was nonelectric, which was created by Claude Chappe in 1794. This telegraph depended on a single line for slight communication. Later on many more improved telegraphs were invented. For instance in 1809 a crude telegraph was invented by Samuel Scemmering. This telegraph used gold electrode wires in water
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Kissinger, Diplomacy, 127.
Kristen P. Williams, Despite Nationalist Conflicts: Theory and Practice of Maintaining World Peace (Westport: Praeger Publishers, 2001), 53.
A.J.P. Taylor, Bismarck: The Man and the Statesman (New York: Vintage Books, 1955),
25. Louis James Block, “Bismarck and Gladstone,” The Sewanee Review 20, no. 4 (October 1912): 410.
Pflanze, Bismarck and the Development of Germany, 39.
William M. Sloane, “Bismarck’s Apprenticeship,” Political Science Quarterly 14, no. 3 (September 1899): 422.
Pflanze, Bismarck and the Development of Germany, 26. Ibid, 72. Robert Gerwarth, “Inventing the Iron Chancellor,” History Today 57, no. 6 (June 2007
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POL 300 Contemporary International Problems
Assignment 2: Current Events and U.S Diplomacy
Professor Susie Okoro
March 12, 2014
Define presidential doctrine and summarize the regional or global events during the Cold War leading up to the formation of the presidential doctrine you wrote about in Assignment 1.
A doctrine is belief or policy taught or advocated by either a political party, church or other group. It also can be defined as a body of teachings or instructions. In this particular case President Richard Nixon’s presidential doctrine is being described from previous Assignment 1. A president should want to announce a presidential doctrine because it
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Bachelor of Science Degree in Fashion & Retail Merchandising.
The following goals and associated learning outcomes delineate what we strive for students to achieve when they complete a major program of study in Fashion:
Goal 1: Professional attitudes and skills
Upon completion of a major program of study in Fashion, students will be able to;
demonstrate competency in the job search process.
demonstrate collaborative skills.
apply appropriate leadership styles.
demonstrate the ability to critique one's self and others constructively.
Goal 2: Application of business practices relevant to the contemporary global fashion industry
Upon completion of a major program of study in Fashion
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The FBI started to set up a project to
build a new Virtual Case File system
(VCF). This VCF project was to be let
as one massive contract at a total
cost of $379m. It was planned as a
classic waterfall project - with a
grand design being drawn up before
work would start on the development
of a monolithic system. Testing
would be carried out at the end, and
the whole system would go live at
once - a classic big-bang
implementation approach. Science
The 9/11 attacks increased political
pressure for better homeland
security and data sharing between
Responding to this pressure, the FBI
made promises to bring forward
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, it’s not just men like Rubio or Scott that stifle obvious hot button problems. Take another prominent Republican, Senator Ted Cruz. This man is heading up the Subcommittee on Space, Science and Competitiveness. He, along with the other buffoons he identifies with, has claimed there is not enough evidence to support climate change. I cannot comprehend, how it is not inflaming to individuals, that these “men” can honestly be considered “leaders”. The winds of change will blow, the flame of awakening will kindle and spread, and the people in power will be washed in the same fire they themselves have sparked and fueled.
“Only after the last tree has been cut down, only after the last fish has
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unions and other bona fide representatives of employees, and engage in constructive negotiations, either individually or through employers’ associations, with such representatives with a view to reaching agreements on employment conditions.
• b) Contribute to the effective abolition of child labor.
• c) Contribute to the elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labor.
• d) Not discriminate against their employees with respect to employment or occupation on such grounds as race, color, sex, religion, political opinion, national extraction or social origin, unless selectivity concerning employee characteristics furthers established governmental policies which
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development can be traced to the early 1900’s. The pursuit of accomplishing organization success dates back to when civilization began. All through history, leaders have had to improve their strategies in order to ensure organizational survival to the political and socioeconomic forces of their time. The death of an organization affects the livelihoods and well-being of employees and to an extension the geographical areas and the local economies which depend on an organization. Early responses to ensure organizational survival led to the pursuit of various psychological and economic theories of human behavior (International Society for Performance Improvement, 2013). These efforts provided
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Using material from item A and elsewhere assess the usefulness of modernization theory as an explanation for differences in the levels of development of different societies. (18 marks)
When the Second World War ended, it became clear that countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean were remaining poor despite exposure to capitalism and the rational scientific ways of thinking that underpinned this economic system. There was also the concern by the leaders of the wealthier countries that widespread poverty, encouraged by the strong mass appeal of communism, could lead to social unrest across the world. This political instability was seen by US politicians likely to limit
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Title: Un-Packing Packaged Cultures: Chinese-ness
in International Business
Author: Can-Seng Ooi
Publisher + year: Published online: 10 July 2007 # Springer Science + Business Media B.V. 2007
Kew words: Chinese business practices . Chinese management . Critical management
studies . Foucault
Short summary (approx five sentences):
This paper focuses on how the Chinese are represented in the international business literature. Chinese cultures are packaged to make knowledge about the Middle Kingdom more accessible to a general audience.
This paper concludes that researchers should reflect on the power they yield when they represent another culture, and that
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but challenging year in 2013. Let me mention the famous ones, on political and financial issues is the pork barrel scam or what is known as Philippine Assistance Development Fund (PDAF) case, political confrontation between Muslim rebels and government forces (Zamboanga war), “word wars” in senate involving our great political leaders – Senators Miriam and Enrile and the unauthorized release of government funds due to fake SAROs (Special Allotment Release Orders). On natural calamities we have the Bohol-Cebu 7.2 magnitude earthquake and devastating Super Typhoon Haiyan in Samar-Leyte decreasing its population by 6,100 deaths and displacing 4.1 million people. Let us not forget the most recent
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within the organisation (see attached) from this PESTLE we identified the following external influences on our business. These will be considered when we decide what changes internal and external are required for transformational change within our organisation.
* Influences on our business include the conservative’s stronger control of unionisation which we considered was a positive for our organisation, ensuring that even that we have a strong union that this did not restrict progress and automation of our processes.
* The introduction of the minimum wage was seen as a threat, as the major multiples expect price reductions from the supply chain, the increases in the minimum
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Health policy debates are replete with discussions of federalism, most often when advocates of reform put their hopes in states. But health policy literature is remarkably silent on the question of allocation of authority, rarely asking which levels of government ought to lead. We draw on the larger literatures about federalism, found mostly in political science and law, to develop a set of criteria for allocating health policy authority between states and the federal government. They are social justice, procedural democracy, compatibility with value pluralism, institutional capability, and economic sustainability. Of them, only procedural democracy and compatibility with value
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, the Nigerian Economic Society, and the Nigerian Political Science Association. Many of these associations were mainly concerned with matters relating to the professional interests of their members. In pursuing professional concerns, however, they articulated and demanded important political actions. Between 1983 and 1985, for example, the NMA called a strike of medical doctors to demand an improvement in health care delivery. Its leaders were detained and the union banned until 1986. The NBA has been at the forefront of the movement for the observance of the rule of law and human rights in Nigeria. Most other associations held annual conferences at which positions were taken on national
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and so called perfect research would be an act of closing the doors to any fresh study in that area and we all know that it hardly happens in the practical scenario. Actually, the lack of complete perfection in every research paved the way for new attempts and this ever-continuous quest for perfection produced all innovations in science and technology that made one’s life comfortable and invaluable progress in myriad fields like sociology, psychology, health care, economics and political science. Thus the concept of ‘perfect research’, in a way, even makes the very word ‘research’ a less meaningful expression.
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Report 4 – Living on Another Planet
Transportation systems: Engineers have many design considerations and restraints when developing transportation systems and vehicles for Mars. The amount of dust on the planet will affect mechanical systems. Vehicles on Mars that have to go long distances will need to be pressurized. Rovers for planetary exploration are in development. Rovers for surface science and geology will also be needed, this design is for a drilling and exploration vehicle. In order to support multiple mission requirements, the system is modular and multi-configurable. The main structural aspects of the design are: 1) an inflatable habitat module. 2) Independently powered and
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developing countries. Therefore, developing countries open up their economies through liberal economic policies.
Keen competition: International business has to face keen (too much) competition in the world market. The competition is between unequal partners i.e. developed and developing countries. In this keen competition, developed countries and their MNCs are in a favorable position because they produce superior quality goods and services at very low prices. Developed countries also have many contacts in the world market. So, developing countries find it very difficult to face competition from developed countries.
Special role of science and technology: International business gives a lot of