Aaron Zuniga-Bennett

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In the early 1980s, the American people elected Ronald Reagan as President of the United States of America. Many people claim that Reagan was one of the greatest presidents of all time, while others believe that the country would have been much better off had Reagan never been elected. Regardless…

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Employee Engagement and CSR: TRANSACTIONAL, RELATIONAL, AND DEVELOPMENTAL APPROACHES

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This article looks at the relevance of corporate social responsibility (CSR) for engaging employees, including its impact on their motivation, identity, and sense of meaning and purpose. It explores three different ways that companies engage their employees through CSR: a transactional approach, where programs are undertaken to meet the needs…

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The use of “smartphones” or the use of regular cell phones?

Posted in: Art, Art Movements, Business, Cell Phone, Consumerism, Customer, Electronics, Mobile Phone, Phone, Pop Art, Samples, Smartphones, Technology

It is old news that the population is graying, and yet many technological products and services are predominantly geared for and marketed to young consumers (Niemela-Nyrhinen, 2007, p. 305). This technological trend reflects stereotypes of the older adult market as people who want stability and are anxious of new changes,…

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Communication

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I. Mass Media Effect on Children’s and Teens’ Body Image Outline Mass media outlets of all forms effect adolescent girls’ and young women’s body image negatively. Be it via magazine, television, movies, advertisement, or other sources, girls and young women are bombarded with mass media constantly that contain hidden messages…

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Women in Society

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The role of women has changed drastically throughout history. Women were once thought to only be able to stay at home and tend the house and family. Women were isolated in their domestic sphere; however they did not stay there. Women faced many struggles during their battle to end their…

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Ielts Essays

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1. Sample essay: Every week millions of people buy lottery tickets, hoping their small investment will make them rich. They often believe that if they won a million dollars, their troubles would be over. If they actually got the money, would their dreams come true? Whether people live “happily ever…

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Biodiversity and Forests

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Protection and conservation of forests and wildlife are essential to maintain the earth’s health and environment. The earth is the only known living planet and it is because of its special environment and ecology which are life-supporting. Forests are part and parcel of our environment. They are one of the…

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Education – Teacher

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1. Response to “ On the Use of a Liberal Education: As Lite Entertainment for Bored College Students” As a student, I have read “On the Use of a Liberal Education: As Lite Entertainment for Bored College Students” written by Mark Edmundson many times. Edmundson’s article is now published in…

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