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  • Art as an Embodied Imagination

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    ied ImJournal of Consumer Research, Inc. Speaking of Art as Embodied Imagination: A Multisensory Approach to Understanding Aesthetic Experience Author(s): Annamma Joy and John F. Sherry, Jr. Reviewed work(s): Source: Journal of Consumer Research, Vol. 30, No. 2 (September 2003), pp. 259-282 Published by: The University of Chicago Press Stable URL: . Accessed: 22/10/2012 06:18 Your use of the JSTOR archive indicates your acceptance of the Terms & Conditions

  • Role of Motivation at Workplace

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    No person will make a great business who wants to do it all himself or get all the credit.” - Andrew Carnegie Motivation The definition of motivation is to give reason, incentive, enthusiasm, or interest that causes a specific action or certain behavior. Motivation is present in every life function. Simple acts such as eating are motivated by hunger. Education is motivated by desire for knowledge. Motivators can be anything from reward to coercion. A common place that we see the need to apply

  • The Health Risk Factors That Are Leading Adolescents And Younger Adults Towards Skin Cancer

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    Introduction Skin cancer is enormous health problem not only in Victoria but nationally. About 2 in 3 australians will be diagnosed with skin cancer before they reach 70 years of age (Staples et al., 2006). Although almost all cases of skin cases are preventable with proper methods like shade, use of sunscreens and avoiding tanning. The adolescents and younger adults aged from 13-24 years are more prone to skin cancer because of their behaviour and adolescents spend more time in sunlight as compared

  • Consumer Behavior of an International Chinese Student Essay

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    Introduction Consumer behaviour is defined as the behaviour that consumers undertake in seeking, purchasing, using, evaluating and disposing of products and services that they expect will satisfy their personal needs (Nayeem 2012). Different consumer may have different choices in purchase that is dependent on various influences. High involvement purchase sets the best example of engaging in consumer behaviour in various aspects as complex buying behaviour occurs when the consumer is highly involved

  • Principles of Finance Notes

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    business risk and financial risk. (/2010) Business risk is the possibility that a company will have lower than anticipated profits, or that it will experience a loss rather than a profit. Business risk is influenced by competition, economic climate, government regulation amongst others. A company with a higher business risk should choose a capital structure that has a lower debt ratio to ensure that it can meet its financial obligations at all times. The ratios used to evaluate business risk include

  • Chapter 3 Risk Assessment and Materiality Answers to Review Questions

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    CHAPTER 3 RISK ASSESSMENT AND MATERIALITY Answers to Review Questions 3-1 Audit risk is the risk that the auditor may unknowingly fail to appropriately modify the opinion on a set of financial statements that are materially misstated. Engagement risk is the exposure to loss or injury to professional practice from litigation, adverse publicity, or other events arising in connection with financial statements audited and reported on. In simple terms, audit risk is the risk that an auditor will

  • The Role of Reinsurance Industry

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    their own respective risks with reinsurance firms. Firstly, an important function of reinsurance is to ensure that the insurance operations of company’s doesn’t eventually lead to detrimental financial losses. ‘Catastrophes, unexpected liabilities, and a series of large losses that might be too great for an individual insurer to absorb can be handled through reinsurance’(McIsaac and Babbel

  • Ethics Game

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    Ethics Game Simulation Reflective Journal Nannette Johnstone HCS 478 February 7, 2012 Barbara Scheibe, RNC, MSN Ethics Game Simulation Reflective Journal This journal contains my reflections of the Ethics Game simulation assignment. The purpose of this assignment is to help me understand how to make ethical decisions using a decision model. Ethical Issue #1-Presented during my shift We have a 16 year old pregnant patient (RB), in her tenth hour of labor. Her parents are present and have

  • Kudler - Internal Control and Risk

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    and Risk Evaluation Internal controls are an integral part of a company to provide a foundation for a safe, sound and successful organization. According to COSO, “the three primary objectives of an internal control system are to ensure efficient and effective operations, accurate financial reporting and compliance with laws and operations” (COSO, 1999). Proper internal control programs can help Kudler’s managers to make decisions, progress evaluations and mitigate risks, however, all risks will

  • Aes-Telasi: Power Trip or Power Play?

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    revered, the risks in this operation were too high.  Unfortunately, both the political and economic risks in this operation surfaced towards the first four years of the 21st century for this company.  The consistent political battles that Scholey initiated with events such as shutting down power to the Ministry of State Security, national televeision, and even President Shevardnadze’s bodyguards certainly drew significant consequences.  (Wharton, 14)  This leads us to another political risk, dissatisfaction