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C/S/845. Review of “Parental Help-Seeking and the Moral Order” by Broadhurst and “Measuring child maltreatment in the United Kingdom” by May-Chahal and Cawson

WORDS:
3050
DATE:
2016
PRICE:
39.99 GBP

The paper looks at “Parental Help-Seeking and the Moral Order” by K. Broadhurst (2007) and “Measuring child maltreatment in the United Kingdom” by C. May-Chahal and P. Cawson (2005). The aims and methods of both studies are described and compared, related ethical issues are addressed, strengths and limitations of the methodologies are outlined.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Parental Help-Seeking, Moral Order, Broadhurst, Measuring child maltreatment in UK, May-Chahal and Cawson,

 

C/E/1272. Review of globalisation studies

WORDS:
2750
DATE:
2016
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper offers a review of studies related to globalisation, i.e. “A New Geo-Economy” by Peter Dicken (2003), “Transnational companies, global capital and the Third World” by Ray Kiely (1998), “The New Economy” by Manuel Castells (2010), “The Self-Regulating Market and the Fictitious Commodities: Labour, Land, and Money” by Karl Polanyi (2004) and “The Globalizing of Modernity' by Anthony Giddens (1991). The summary of each work is presented, their contribution to scientific and practical knowledge is evaluated.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, globalisation, New Geo-Economy, Dicken, Transnational companies, global capital and the Third World, Kiely, New Economy, Castells, Self-Regulating Market and the Fictitious Commodities, Polanyi, Globalizing Of Modernity, Giddens,

 

C/P/845. Review of Karl Marx’s “Das Kapital”

WORDS:
2550
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper offers a review of the book “Das Kapital” by Karl Marx providing general information about political, social and economic ideas of Marxism, and discussing the key concepts of “Das Kapital”, i.e. class struggle, labour power, surplus values, socialist and the capitalist modes of production, the nature of commodities and exploitation, the process of capitalist production, etc. Conclusions are made about Marx’s insight into the modern economic organizational theory

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Karl Marx, Das Kapital, capitalism, socialism,

 

C/M/3858. Truth and fiction in advertising: review of Spurlock’s “The Greatest Movie Ever Sold”

WORDS:
2400
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper offers a review of Spurlock’s documentary film “The Greatest Movie Ever Sold” about the nature of advertising. Entertainment value and commercial value of adverts are examined discussing the boundary between fact and fiction in product placement.

 

KEYWORDS: Truth, fiction, advertising, documentary, review, Spurlock, The Greatest Movie Ever Sold,

 

C/HR/1845. Review of “Better Performance Management: Some Single- and Double-Loop Strategies” by Van Dooren

WORDS:
3050
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
39.99 GBP

The paper offers a review of the article “Better Performance Management: Some Single- and Double-Loop Strategies” by Wouter Van Dooren (2011). Information about the author is provided, the contribution of the study to the field of performance management (PM) is evaluated discussing strategies of learning and PM proposed by Van Dooren.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Better Performance Management, Some Single- and Double-Loop Strategies, Van Dooren,

 

C/EC/613. Review of “Listening to our learners’ voices: what demotivates Japanese high school learners?” by Kikuchi

WORDS:
2300
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper offers a review of the article “Listening to our learners’ voices: what demotivates Japanese high school learners?” by K. Kikuchi (2009) devoted to motivational factors that affect Japanese high school learners of English. Critical analysis is conducted of the research paradigm, hypotheses, background and methodology used in the article. Conclusions are made about the strengths and weaknesses of the article.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Listening to our learners’ voices, demotivate, Japanese, high school, learners, Kikuchi,

 

C/EI/375. Review of “Measuring e-government service value with the E-GOVSQUAL-RISK model” by Rotchanakitumnuai and “Understanding citizen’s continuance intention to use e-government website” by Wangpipatwong et al

WORDS:
2700
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper offer a review of two articles related to Thai e-government service, i.e. “Measuring e-government service value with the E-GOVSQUAL-RISK model” by Rotchanakitumnuai (2008) and “Understanding citizen’s continuance intention to use e-government website: A composite view of technology acceptance model and computer self-efficacy” by Wangpipatwong et al (2008). The assumptions, methods and findings of both articles are critically analyzed highlighting their strengths and weaknesses.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Measuring e-government service value, E-GOVSQUAL-RISK model, Rotchanakitumnuai, Understanding citizen’s continuance intention to use e-government website, Wangpipatwong et al,

 

C/M/3841. Review of “Marketing's Contributions to Society” by Wilkie and Moore

WORDS:
2900
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper offers a review of the article “Marketing's Contributions to Society” by William Wilkie and Elizabeth Moore (1999). Marketing propositions made by the authors are discussed explaining how marketing contributes to economic development, identifying key marketing streams and forces that govern marketing, establishing the link between marketing and supply chain management (SCM), considering marketing in the context of environmental sustainability, etc.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Marketing's Contributions to Society, William & Moore,

 

C/S/831. Review of “Sex role stereotypes: does business education make a difference?” by Paris and Decker

WORDS:
2370
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper offers a review of the study “Sex role stereotypes: does business education make a difference?” by Lori Paris and Diane Decker conducting a critical analysis of various sections of the study, evaluating its conformance with the principles of scientific investigation, discussing the design and methods of the research, assessing its contribution to the field, etc. Conclusions are made that the study fails to satisfy the requirements of a good research paper.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Sex role stereotypes, business education, Paris and Decker,

 

C/M/3814. Review of “Marketing’s Consequences: Stakeholder Marketing and Supply Chain Corporate Social Responsibility Issues” by Smith et al

WORDS:
680
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
9.99 GBP

The paper offers a brief review of the article “Marketing’s Consequences: Stakeholder Marketing and Supply Chain Corporate Social Responsibility Issues” by Smith et al (2010) providing the summary of the article, highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of the research and evaluating its contribution to the marketing theory and practice.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Marketing’s Consequences, Stakeholder Marketing, Supply Chain, Corporate Social Responsibility, Smith et al,

 

C/LI/184. Review of “Emphasizers in spoken and written academic discourse: The case of ‘really’” by Diani, “Modal verbs in TIME: frequency changes 1923-2006” by Millar, and “Fluency, complexity and informativeness in native and non-native speech” by Osborne

WORDS:
2450
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper offers a review of three articles on various aspects of English language usage, i.e. “Emphasizers in spoken and written academic discourse: The case of ‘really’” by G. Diani (2008), “Modal verbs in TIME: frequency changes 1923-2006” by Millar (2009), and “Fluency, complexity and informativeness in native and non-native speech” by Osborne (2011). The summaries and critical analysis of the articles are presented.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Emphasizers in spoken and written academic discourse, case of ‘really’, Diani, Modal verbs in TIME, frequency changes, 1923-2006, Millar, Fluency, complexity, informativeness, native and non-native speech, Osborne,

 

C/EC/607. Review of “The intonation of Please-requests: a corpus-based study” by Wichmann, “English adjectives in -like, and the interplay of collocation and morphology” by Moon, and “Well I’m not sure I think… The use of well by non-native speakers” by Aijmer

WORDS:
850
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
9.99 GBP

The paper offers reviews of three articles about the usage and teaching of the English language, i.e. “The intonation of Please-requests: a corpus-based study” by Anne Wichmann (2004), “English adjectives in -like, and the interplay of collocation and morphology” by Rosamund Moon (2011), and “Well I’m not sure I think… The use of well by non-native speakers” by Karin Aijmer (2011). Information is provided about the authors’ background, research methods and findings. The contribution of the articles is evaluated.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, intonation of Please-requests, corpus-based study, Wichmann, English adjectives in –like, interplay of collocation and morphology, Moon, Well I’m not sure I think, use of well by non-native speakers, Aijmer,

 

C/E/1251. Review of “Venture capital, entrepreneurship, and economic growth” by Samila and Sorenson

WORDS:
1000
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper offers a review of the article “Venture capital, entrepreneurship, and economic growth” by S. Samila and O. Sorenson (2011). A summary of the article is provided, its methodology is described, the findings of the research are discussed, the contribution of the authors is evaluated.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Venture capital, entrepreneurship, economic growth, Samila and Sorenson,

 

C/N/1228. Review of “Randomized Controlled Trial of a Primary Care and Home-Based Intervention for Physical Activity and Nutrition Behaviors PACE+ for Adolescents” by Patrick et al

WORDS:
2000
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper offers a review of the study “Randomized Controlled Trial of a Primary Care and Home-Based Intervention for Physical Activity and Nutrition Behaviors PACE+ for Adolescents” by Patrick et al. A summary of the published randomised controlled trial (RCT) is presented, its validity is examined with reference to relevant literature, the results are discussed considering the applicability of the evidence to the clinical scenario provided in the research.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Randomized Controlled Trial, RCT, Primary Care, Home-Based Intervention, Physical Activity, Nutrition Behaviors, PACE+ for Adolescents, Patrick et al,

 

C/EC/598. Review of “Second language learners’ performance and strategies when writing direct and translated essays” by Ismail and Alsheikh

WORDS:
3650
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
39.99 GBP

The paper looks at methods used to teach writing skills to Arab learners of English as a second language (ESL) offering a review of “Second language learners’ performance and strategies when writing direct and translated essays” by Ismail and Alsheikh (2012). The methods, design and findings of the article are discussed addressing the application of quantitative and qualitative research in language studies.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Second language learners, direct and translated essays, Ismail and Alsheikh, English, ESL,

 

C/EC/597. Review of “Promoting Oral Production through the Task-Based Learning Approach” by Peña and Onatra, and “The Impact of Task-based Approach on Vocabulary Learning in ESP Courses” by Sarani and Sahebi

WORDS:
6200
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
69.99 GBP

The paper offers a review of two articles devoted to task-based learning (TBL) of English as a second language (ESL), i.e. “Promoting Oral Production through the Task-Based Learning Approach” by M. Peña and A. Onatra (2009) and “The Impact of Task-based Approach on Vocabulary Learning in ESP Courses” by A. Sarani and L. Sahebi (2012). TBL methods and techniques analyzed in the articles are critically discussed with references to related research, the validity of the articles is evaluated.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Promoting Oral Production, Task-Based Learning, Peña and Onatra, Impact of Task-based Approach, Vocabulary Learning in ESP Courses, Sarani and Sahebi,

 

C/C/586. Review of “Inside the Slammer Worm” by David Moore et al

WORDS:
560
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
9.99 GBP

The paper offers a review of the article “Inside the Slammer Worm” by David Moore et al (2003) devoted to the virus Slammer Worm that infected computers across the world in 2003. A summary of the paper is presented, its key points are outlined, the strengths and weaknesses of the research are highlighted.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Inside the Slammer Worm, David Moore et al,

 

C/EC/596. Review of “Inside the primary classroom: examples of dissatisfaction behind a veil of compliance” by Fisher and “Problematising pupil voice using visual methods” by Cremin et al

WORDS:
5300
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
59.99 GBP

The paper offers a comparative review of two articles, i.e. “Inside the primary classroom: examples of dissatisfaction behind a veil of compliance” by H. Fisher (2011) and “Problematising pupil voice using visual methods: findings from a study of engaged and disaffected pupils in an urban secondary school” by Cremin et al (2011). The contents of the articles is summed up highlighting the main ideas, research methodology used by the authors is described, the validity of the findings is evaluated making conclusions about the participation of pupils in the educational process.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Inside the primary classroom, dissatisfaction behind a veil of compliance, Fisher, Problematising pupil voice, visual methods, Cremin et al,

 

C/C/580. Review of “Embedded software: facts, figures and future” by Elbert and Jones

WORDS:
550
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
9.99 GBP

The paper offers a review of the article “Embedded software: facts, figures and future” by Christof Elbert and Capers Jones (2009) summing up the contents of their research and highlighting the importance of quality control in embedded software design.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Embedded software, facts, figures and future, Elbert and Jones,

 

C/LI/182. Review of Margaret Atwood’s “Handmaid’s Tale”: feminist perspective

WORDS:
400
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
9.99 GBP

The paper looks at the theme of feminism in the dystopian novel “Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood (1985) discussing the structure of the novel, its key ideas, use of language and symbolism.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Margaret Atwood, Handmaid’s Tale, feminist,

 

C/M/3772. Review of “Justifying our advertising budgets” by Ehrenberg et al

WORDS:
2500
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper offers a review of the article “Justifying our advertising budgets” by Ehrenberg et al (1998) discussing the authors’ understanding of brand salience, brand maintenance, persuasive theory, memory effect on advertising, etc. Conclusions are made about the validity of Ehrenberg’s theories.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Justifying our advertising budgets, Ehrenberg et al,

 

C/M/3768. Review of articles on advertising

WORDS:
2400
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper offers a review of three articles, i.e. “The role of keyword advertising in competition among rival brands” by Evans and Mariscal, “Effective Advertising and its Influence on Consumer Buying Behaviour” by Niazi et al, and “Competition problems in the search advertising markets” by Celani. The contents of the articles are summed up and compared identifying similarities and differences in authors’ approaches to advertising and highlighting the importance of innovation for advertising success.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, articles, advertising, keyword, competition, rival brands, Evans and Mariscal, consumer buying behaviour, Niazi, advertising markets, Celani,

 

C/HR/1816. Review of “Gender Fatigue: The Ideological Dilemma of Gender Neutrality and Discrimination in Organizations” by Kelan

WORDS:
810
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
9.99 GBP

The paper offers a review of the article “Gender Fatigue: The Ideological Dilemma of Gender Neutrality and Discrimination in Organizations” by Elisabeth K. Kelan (2009). A summary of the article is presented, its key ideas are critically analyzed highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of the author’s research and argumentation.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Gender Fatigue, Ideological Dilemma, Gender Neutrality, Discrimination, Kelan,

 

C/N/1189. Role of evolution in shaping human brain: article review

WORDS:
2000
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper looks at the evolution of the human brain offering a review of the article titled “Evolutionary History and Genome Organization of DUF1220 Protein Domains” by O’Bleness et al (2012). The authors’ hypothesis about the mosaic evolution of brain structures is analysed masking references to related research and explaining unique features of the human brain.

 

KEYWORDS: Evolution, human brain, Genome Organization of DUF1220 Protein Domains, O’Bleness et al, review,

 

C/N/1172. Review of “Abandoning the Performance Narrative: Two Women’s Stories of Transition from Professional Sport” by Douglas and Carless

WORDS:
1800
DATE:
2015
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper offers a review of “Abandoning the Performance Narrative: Two Women’s Stories of Transition from Professional Sport” by Kitrina Douglas and David Carless (2009) discussing the methods and limitations of their research, examining the effects of professional work as golfers on two women and addressing concerns related to their later withdrawal from the professional world of golf.

 

KEYWORDS: Review, Abandoning the Performance Narrative, Two Women’s Stories, Transition from Professional Sport, Douglas and Carless,