Classification Essay Examples

Demand Chain Management

1. Introduction Demand chain management can be seen as a further development to the existing supply chain management theory. Demand chain is essentially a concept that focuses more on the market need than on the efficiency of supplying the product. This concept is becoming more relevant as manufacturers strive to be more competitive by adopting […]

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Health orientated product

My product is a health orientated, functional energy drink, made using a combination of selected herbal extracts and mineral water. It may be described as a health-orientated product as it is fortified with vitamins, which include vitamins B1, B2, and B6, and minerals that include taurine, niacin and inositol. Herbal extracts would include those of […]

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Characteristics of the Grocery Retail Industry and the Market

In order to understand more about retail competition, this article will be critically analyzing the competition within UK’s grocery industry. The market for Groceries in the UK is a mature industry, with growth rates below that of GDP and spending. This lack of growth is promoting competition, as the businesses within the industry strive to […]

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To what extent does ‘The Roaring Girl’ pose a challenge

Jean Howard, a critic greatly acclaimed for her studies on the politics of gender and sexuality in Jacobean drama, once posed the intriguing question: ‘How many people cross-dressed in Renaissance England? ‘1 She points out that the disruption of the semiotics of dress, gender and identity during the seventeenth century resulted in “a sex-gender system […]

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Gender and Biology

An estimated 1. 7 to 4% of the world’s population is intersexed, meaning that persons possess primary and secondary characteristic that are neither male nor female (Haas; 2004, 41). Within this population are numerous, and natural variations of genital phenotypes that are expressed by medical professionals as “deformed or ambiguous. ” Defying, and questioning “anatomical […]

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Stephen King’s “Misery” and Fay Weldon’s “The Life and Loves of a She Devil”

The two novels, Stephen King’s “Misery” and Fay Weldon’s “The Life and Loves of a She Devil”, belong to the genres of horror and romance. The distinct style in which the novels are written are recognised by the reader by identifying the several familiar conventions of each of the genres. There are different classifications of […]

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Is Biology Important in Defining Gender

The relationship between gender and biology is an increasingly complex issue. This essay will argue that traditionally in Western Culture, biology is seen as an important factor in defining gender; but that the emergence of a greater universal cultural awareness, recent philosophical, psychological and legal debate has lessened the biological emphasis in determining gender. It […]

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How have aspects of Jewish belief been modified

Judaism spans centuries of reform and change, but unlike many religions it is seen by many as the most traditional and unified denomination. However, like all major religions of our time change due to modern scholarship and scientific enquiry has become inevitable and for Judaism rather significant. In this essay I wish to highlight a […]

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Courts will refuse to enforce a contract

Courts will refuse to enforce a contract, which has come into existence whereby an individual has been induced to enter into it by means of pressure brought to bear upon them, so as to influence their own independent judgement. For quite some time the only tool the courts had to deal with these instances was […]

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How do responses to the creation evolution debate

Since the idea of the world we live in being a result of evolution was clearly put forward by Charles Darwin in 1859, in ‘Origin of the species’, it has been the subject of much debate as to its validity facing the traditional view of creation. Evolution is based upon science and the material realities […]

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Determine the legal position of Mr Sagar and Mr Grove

Mr Sagar and Mr Grove, sold a yacht called ‘ The Intrepid Adventurer’ to Jetstone Ltd. The contract was drawn on the basis of statements made by Mr Sagar and Mr Grove relating to the condition of the yacht. They had made statements concerning the refurbishment, repainting, and repair of the engine to be complete […]

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British Board Of Film Classification Analysis

Classification is putting into a particular class, group, or category and in this case the BBFC (British Board of Film Classification) studies all films that are going to be shown to the public in order to see which classification would best be suitable for the different age groups: for example, U (universal), UC, PG (parental […]

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British Board Of Film Classification

Although people have argued for many years whether audiences worldwide are strongly effected by particular films and whether their actions are controlled by what they are exposed to on screen, they cannot argue that media has an increasing control over our every day lives. Censorship does not only affect what we watch in films but […]

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Traffic Congestion

Traffic congestion is one of the major problems that many cities are facing. “There are three main components of the growth of traffic on urban roads which has taken place in recent years; an increased demand for personal travel into and through city centre areas; a growth in the number of goods vehicles on the […]

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Trade and E-Commerce

The rapid development of electronic commerce (e-commerce) and its real impact on world trade has brought a range of legal and political problems to the fore, both at the domestic and the international levels. This paper seeks to highlight some of the main trade related problems associated with the growth of e-commerce. However, the examination […]

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The graffiti subculture mirrors the functions of ‘institutionalized art’

Graffiti first came to public attention in the late 1960s, mainly in New York City and largely as an outgrowth of political radicalism and of black and Hispanic empowerment and identity. It was from here that it spread to Europe and other parts of the world as part of a ‘graffiti underground’ (Ferrell J, 1995:74). […]

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How has psychological research and theory helped explain

Psychological research and theory has attempted to explain the aetiology of sex offending. However, explanations have been problematised by a diversity of complex factors such as heterogeneity of types, styles, process mechanisms and degrees of offence severity of offenders. Such diversities are further complicated by their interrelationship with a variety of developmental, socio-cultural, biological and […]

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Introduction To Multiculturalism

The purpose of this essay is to present the argument concerning the issue of ‘race’ as a term, and whether it is a concept which should be presented as a means of differentiating between individuals. There will be reference to where the notion of race originates and its implications on contemporary society. In addition the […]

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The contributions made by sociologists to understandings

‘Race’ and ‘ethnic group’ are commonly used terms, but while they seem simple they are, in reality, very complicated issues. In sociology these terms are defined differently, even though they are frequently used interchangeably, sociological theory maintains a clear distinction between these concepts. Sociologists, since in the early 1900’s have been engaged in discussions attempting […]

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What arguments were used to support or oppose censorship in video nasties

The widespread availability of the video cassette has made the task of censoring what we can and cannot see almost impossible. Whilst there are many people who believe this is not a problem there are also those who see censorship as both inevitable and desirable. Since 1983 both video cassette and video cassette recorders have […]

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A Critical Analysis of Stuart Hall’s Text, Encoding/Decoding

Beyond its literal meaning, a particular word may have a multitude of differing underlying meanings, and this is what Stuart Hall refers to as ‘Semiotics’, except that he calls the actual word in question the ‘denotation’, and the series of meanings which that word can represent the ‘connotations’. In this essay, I will critically analyse […]

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