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In fourteen pages this Masterís thesis paper analyzes the importance of integrating technology in American schools to lift lagging education standards and discusses such innovations as SMART boards, Promethean boards, and enVisionMATH, along budgetary considerations as well as the demands on schools posed by constantly changing technology. Fifteen sources are listed in the bibliography.
This 67 page paper represents the first three chapters of a Master's thesis. Chapter 1 includes the statement of the problem, purpose, importance, rational and overview. Chapter 2 is a comprehensive Review of the Literature. The history of each leadership and management are covered separately. Leadership theories and practices are reported, including autocratic, democratic, laissez-faire, Theory Z, transformational and transactional. The history of management begins in the late 1800s and covers the major theories from Taylor through the present. The importance of human resource management and employee motivation management are also discussed. Chapter 3 is Methodology including a full discussion of the historiographical research approach. Table of Contents is included. 1 Table is included. Bibliography lists 46 sources.
A 14 page paper which examines German philosopher G.W.F. Hegelís master/slave dialectic in which he asserted that the slave is really the masterís master by considering the logic of the theory, and how this dialectical interdependence generates the development of history, as articulated in Hegelís "Phenomenology of Mind" and "Phenomenology of Spirit." Bibliography lists 5 sources.
A 12 page paper that argues the thesis that Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis learned the art of manipulating the media only as a defense against its constant and persistent intrusion upon her life. Discussed is how her socialite upbringing did little to prepare her for a lifetime in the limelight and her ultimate mastering of allowing us to see only what she wanted us to see. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
This 5 page paper supports the thesis that Keats had attempted to use Shakespeare's techniques but could not master them. Shakespeare's "Sonnet 73" and Keats' s "On first looking into Chapman's Homer" are used as examples. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
This 4 page paper provides an overview of a statement of purpose for application to a Masters program at the University of Florida.
This 4 page paper provides an overview of the characterstics of one master student, and outlines the possible weaknesses this student.
A 4 page paper, which begins with an example of something the writer learned. The paper asks a question: would it be better to learn adult learning styles or would it be better to earn a master's in adult education. The paper discusses learning styles a master's program. The paper also reports what other experts have written about learning. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
A 5 page paper. Should youth who commit violent crimes be tried in adult court rather than in juvenile court? This is a hotly debated topic but the tide is turning against this practice. Thesis: While there are many mitigating factors when considering trying youth in adult court, in general, the answer is no. This thesis is based on the neurological developmental stage of adolescents. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
A 4 page research paper/essay that takes the form of a letter from one of his ministers to the Tibetan king Trisong Detsen, concerning the form of Buddhism that Tibet should adopt by observing a debate between the Indian master Kamalashila and the Chinese master Hoshang. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
A 6 page discussion of the importance of master plans in airport design and function. This paper provides insight into the specifics included in the master plans for these two facilities. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
This 8 page paper explores Bermuda in the early 1800's, and the relationship between masters and slaves. This paper highlights the process of freedom for slaves who were eager to be free as well as the masters who were largely also eager for the slaves to be free. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
A 7 page paper on the art of Ch'an Buddhism with special attention on one of its masters, Mu-Ch'i (Fa-ch'ang). Ch'an Buddhism has often been considered one of the most irreligious of religions. It had great impact on the world of art especially during the flower and bird school of the Sung dynasty. During a part of that dynasty's reign Mu-Ch'i was known as a master of painting as well as a monk himself. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
A 5 page paper which provides an overview of Leo Tolstoy's short story, "Master and Man," in terms of meaning and how it expresses Tolstoy's views on Christianity and death. There will also be a comparison made between "Master and Man" and Charles' Dickens' "A Tale of Two Cities" in terms of the sentiment that the giving of one's self to achieve something of greater importance: "Greater love has no man than this, that to a man lay down his life for his friends." Bibliography lists 4 sources.
A 6 page paper that reflects on the entitled book by M. Craig Barnes. There are both major theses and sub-theses in this work. Barnes is able to connect them and intertwine them to provide an engaging and interesting read. Each is important to understand the totality of the book and to learn the lessons included. The theses are discussed. The writer then cites three things pastors can do to impact ministry in the future. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
A 6 page essay that first of all describes to the student researching this subject (in one paragraph) why the student's proposed thesis that Louise Mallard in Kate Chopin's short story "The Story of an Hour" committed suicide and why the writer chose the alternate thesis that she was murdered. The writer then offers an argument that explains and supports this thesis, which relies on the idea that while the murder was inadvertent, it nevertheless was the sight of her husband alive that shocked Louse into a fatal heart attack. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
This five page paper explores why man is willing to inflict cruelty and death on other human beings. Focus is on the events during the Holocaust, but many other examples are given as well. Considers whether the new mechanical era is a cause. Argues a central thesis. Excellent paper showing the use of thesis and the support of that thesis. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
A 7 page essay that analyzes Richard Hodges and David Whitehouse's 1983 text Mohammed, Charlemagne and the Origins of Europe: Archeology and the Pirenne Thesis, which is part of a continuing body of historical scholarship that addresses the nature and validity of Henri Pirenne's famous thesis concerning the origins of the medieval period. This examination demonstrates that, while the fringe elements of Pirenne's thesis can be disputed, the basic premise, which is that Rome did not disappear as a viable political entity quickly, but rather was a victim of gradual decline, is largely substantiated by recent research. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
This 5 page paper examines the thesis of Thomas Berger in his book The Long Shadow. The thesis is that indigenous people (i.e., natives) in the Americans are being as shabbily treated today by corporations and private concerns as they were hundreds of years ago as settlers began to infiltrate their lands. The paper names current examples of why Berger's thesis is correct. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
A 7 page paper discussing the role of master planning in today's organizations. Whether producing widgets, lifetime memories or life saving operations, organizations must be able to accurately plan for future capacity and demand needs in order to operate as efficiently as possible. This paper discusses the planning activities of James River Corporation and Disney World, as well as highlighting current problems of hospitals in Tennessee unable to provide tetanus shots to people needing them. Master planning is the larger view and consists of capacity planning and master scheduling. Includes an abstract. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
This is a 5 page paper discussing Briton Hammonís narrative and elements which seem to go against the norms of the time. Briton Hammonís narrative of his thirteen years at sea seems in many ways to go against the norms of society believed to have existed at that time. Hammon, a slave, was released by his Master to serve at sea. Throughout the narrative, Hammon relates his treatment and his impression of others as if he is a British citizen and this is reflected in his story. Although it appeared he wished to go to sea at the beginning, his final passages express his relief and gratitude for being returned to his Master and his ďNativeĒ land, America. Hammonís story breaks with the status quo and the impressions of the time in that not only was he the first African American prose writer, he also considered himself properly treated by his Master, felt an alliance with Britain and America, was desired and sought after by the Indians and the Governor of Havana and received full wages for his work on the ships while serving Britain. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
A 4 page, thesis-orientated essay in which the writer explores and compares the theme of inheritance in these two classic stories.
This 4 page paper examines the author's central thesis. Bibliography includes 4 sources.
A 6 page discussion of the Athenian Thesis or Athenian Doctrine. Provides a concise definition of this thesis with the observation that no city is deterred by traditional morality from ruling where it can. Expands on this definition examining the inherent virtues and motivations of Sparta, Athens and even Machiavelliís quest for his empire. Concludes that the Athenian thesis is indeed a part of a consistent view of the world. Although there would appear to be certain contradictions in this thesis such as the virtuous motivations of Sparta, for example, these contradictions appear to weigh themselves out with time. It becomes apparent on a more thorough consideration of this doctrine that even Sparta, despite her virtuous appearances has common goals with Athens or even Machiavelli. Spartaís motivations center around the inability to expand safely rather than any superiority of virtue, just as on close inspection so do Machiavelliís. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
A 12 page paper. Project management is an important field in both the public and private sectors. This importance is evidenced by the fact that there are so many college/university programs specifically for project management. With an emphasis on the United Kingdom, more than 8 programs for masters degrees or certificates in project management are described. These include three in the U.S. and the rest either Online or in the UK. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
The hypothesis section of any thesis or dissertation
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