Article critique

Articlecritique Articlecritique Thearticle by Sepanni Senaratne and Saranga Gunawardane prepared thearticle with the title Application of the team role theory toconstruction design teams. The author’s main concern is the issueof the importance of teams in the construction and design industry. The article seeks to show how team composition is the key factor ininfluencing team performance. …

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Issues in Crowdsourcing Trust

Issuesin Crowdsourcing Trust Incrowdsourcing, an organizationtriesas muchas possibleto releaserelevantinformationto thepublicto seektheir opinionandat thesametimeassistthebusinessto achieveits goals.Forthisreason,a considerablelevel of trustis necessaryin orderto protectthebusinessassets. Itis alwaysproblematicto decidetheamountof informationto laybaretote eyesof thepublic.In orderto createanintensecollaboration, thecompanyhas o makethecrowdfeellike partof te wholeproject.Lackof trustputsthecompany’sintellectualrightsin jeopardybecausetheymay be tradedby exploitative members(Brabham 63). Whenconductingsurveyswith unknownpeople,there is noguarantee thatall theparticipantswill adhere to confidentiality orfollowtheguidelines to theletter.Errantmembersmay …

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ETHNO-TOURISM PRACTICES IN THE SOCIETY

ETHNO-TOURISM PRACTICES IN THE SOCIETY 7 ETHNO-TOURISMPRACTICES IN THE SOCIETY City/State ETHNO-TOURISM Differentcountries have benefited from ethnic tourism practices in variousways. It has facilitated the economic and cultural development andas well to assist in the preservation of the ethnic heritage. Besidesthe economic and social benefits associated with ethnic tourism, theycan as well have effects the …

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The Paradox of Urban Life

5 In the films, Beijing Bicycle, Blind Shaft and ToLive, the filmmakers explore the struggles that people face asthey move to cities in pursuit of a better life. Urban life is oftenportrayed as an escape from the struggles, which are inherent in atraditional culture setting. However, through the films, it becomesapparent that the transition from …

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Frankenstein Victor`s Motives and Attitudes Towards science and Humanity

Frankenstein:Victor`s Motives and Attitudes Towards science and Humanity MaryShelley’s Frankenstein presents a warning against science andtechnology which she conceives as having dangerous consequences (Dunn134 Mellor 100).In this piece, Victor is presented as undermining the scientificenterprise. Victor pursues fame rather than the cognitive elements ofscience portraying an irresponsible attitude towards science throughhis experiments. He does not …

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Working capital

WORKING CAPITAL Workingcapital Workingcapital of an organization is the financial metric that representsthe operating liquidity available to the organization including thegovernment entity. It is mostly reflected to be part of the operatingcapital. in a health organization is the amount ofliquidity available to keep the operations running, while thenetworking capital is the actual liquid of assets …

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Introduction

Ahuman and childhood vaccine is any substance that is administered tohumans so as to stimulate the body to produce immunity against adisease or a number of infections. Vaccines are considered safe andgood because they prevent the occurrence of the disease in thefuture, and they do not cause the disease. However, there areconcerns over the safety …

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