James H. Dooley

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  • Essay about Swannanoa Palace

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    Swannanoa Palace is a beautiful mansion that rests atop Afton Mountain in Nelson County Virginia. It was built over an eight year time period by James Dooley as a token of love for his wife, Sallie Dooley. The name was given to their home in honor of Sallie's love for swans and how they choose one mate for life. Construction of this palace was completed in 1912 with the effort of 300 artisans and two contractors. The couple also had another home in Richmond, Virginia. This home was formally

  • Technology Has A Good Or Bad Effect On Learning Today?

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    Thompson, David Gelernter, Emily Yoffe, Nicholas A. Christakis, and James H. Fowler; all have different views on how technology 's effects on today’s generation. Clive Thompson thinks technology helps students a lot in this day and age. David Gelernter thinks Computers cannot teach and should not be used for teaching roles. Emily Yoffe Thinks that technology has a major effect on our mind, and school. Nicholas A. Christakis, and James H. Fowler think that technology is helping today 's student’s talk

  • Auden's The Unknown Citizen and Michie's Dooley is a Traitor

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    specific person or group of people. Satirical works typically involve tools of satire, such as symbolic characters, symbolism, and irony, to simplify the understanding of who this “satirical target” is. In “The Unknown Citizen” by W. H. Auden and James Michie’s “Dooley Is a Traitor,” symbolic characters, symbolism, and irony are all used to indirectly criticize the target of each satirical work. In “The Unknown Citizen,” Auden is criticizing the way average citizens live their daily life. In this

  • Use Of Pharmacological Thromboprophylaxis Into Medical Surgical Patients : A Review Of Current Literature

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    Venous thromboembolism (VTE) has become a major health concern with 300,000-600,000 of cases in the United States annually and contributes to a significant number of avoidable inpatient costs (C. Dooley, 2013). Venous thromboembolism is also cited as the leading cause of preventable in-patient deaths (Dooley, 2013). Research has indicated that post-operative patients on medical surgical units have a 13-31% risk of deep vein thrombosis without interventions using prophylactic antithrombotic therapy (Alhazzani

  • Anti Social Personality Disorder ( Ocd )

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    Abuse and neglect during childhood have a strong predisposition to having anti-social personality disorder “In 2013, an estimate of 679, 000 children were abused or neglected” (National Children’s Alliance, 2013). Abuse and/or neglect history in young adults can have strong impact physically and emotionally. Previous researchers have found that abuse and/or neglect in young adults can be one linked to personality disorders. They have found that Anti-social Personality Disorder (APD) can be one

  • Essay Patient Care Plan

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    Introduction Care planning is very important part of nursing. According to the Department of Health (2007) it is a holistic approach that recognises that medical needs are not the only issue with a person that is in hospital. It helps people to achieve the outcomes they want for themselves through truly personalised services and promoting health and well being. According to Leach (2007) care planning generates great benefits to client and staff by organising care by establishing common treatment

  • Melnyk et al.2014 Essay

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    This article was downloaded by: [BI Norwegian Business School] On: 27 May 2014, At: 03:37 Publisher: Taylor & Francis Informa Ltd Registered in England and Wales Registered Number: 1072954 Registered office: Mortimer House, 37-41 Mortimer Street, London W1T 3JH, UK International Journal of Production Research Publication details, including instructions for authors and subscription information: http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/tprs20 Supply chain design: issues, challenges, frameworks and

  • Selected Topics

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  • The Cause of Globalization

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    Garrett / CAUSES OF GLOBALIZATION COMPARATIVE POLITICAL STUDIES / August-September 2000 The most important causes of globalization differ among the three major components of international market integration: trade, multinational production, and international finance. The information technology revolution has made it very difficult for governments to control cross-border capital movements, even if they have political incentives to do so. Governments can still restrict the multinationalization of

  • The Impact of Effective Human Resource Management on Organizational Effectiveness and Efficiency

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    University of Hertfordshire Business School <MSC INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS> <THE IMPACT OF EFFECTIVE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ON ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY> Author: ADEGBOLA MAYOWA FOLAGBADE Student No: 08210191 Supervisor: PROFESSOR ALLAN BEAVER Submission Date: 23rd of September, 2010 Ethics Number: BS/ P/ 586-10 Final Word Count: 14,979 DECLARATION I, ADEGBOLA MAYOWA FOLAGBADE, hereby confirm that this dissertation work is my

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