Theory and Literature Selection

Introduction In the process of learning, needs of all learners should be met. Many educationists stress the importance of meeting individual needs of all learners, and they say that this is the only way that education will produce the best results. They believe that all learners are different, and these learners should be presented with […]

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Human Resources Planning, Recruitment & Selection

The purpose of this paper is to discuss the external and internal factors affecting Orica’s management functions. This will be accomplished by explaining how Orica Company has been able to deal with each internal and external environmental factor that affects the company. The external environment assessment of Orica has been conducted after the internal environment […]

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Human Resource Selection Process

Availability of competent manpower is important in any service industry. Hospitality industry is one of the industries where customers’ interests come first. Attracting the best staff can go a long way in saving the organization substantial resources provided that the selection process is effective. Selection process is not only an important component of an individual […]

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Natural Selection

Question1. Answers Root-Bernstein cites several evidences to his student to support the biological evidence of evolution. He starts with examination of homologies, the body parts that come from the same embryological parts but with different functions like a human’s hand and a bat’s wing or a whale’s flipper. He further gives the use of analogies […]

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Natural Selection

Answer to Q.1 In support of biological evolution, Root-Bernstein cites several evidences. He uses analogies which concerns body parts with different developmental origins but perform same functions such as the insects and birds’ wings. He also uses various homologies such as the body parts that that originate from same embryological parts but perform different functions […]

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Physical Attractiveness as a Factor in Mate Selection

The concept of mate selection varies depending on the different contexts in which this particular action occurs. It is observed that every behavior has a corresponding environmental and biological basis (Gangestad, Haselton, & Buss, 2006). The biological basis is what ensures that behaviors are fairly common throughout different contexts. Because men share the same biological […]

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African American Creative Literature

After the World War, people all over the world were affected by the Great Depression that had driven a lot of families into poverty. In the United States alone, a lot of Americans during those times had lost their jobs. However, the race that was much immensely affected by this Depression would be the Black […]

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