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FUTURE OF GOLD AS AN INVESTMENT: DEVISING A PRICE PREDICTION ANALYSIS AND OUTLINING THE EFFECTS
Swapnil Sajwan, Mrs. Uma Rani S.
Siddharth Jain, Dwarak Leelaram
The problems facing society at this point in our history cannot be successfully met with the same attitude that created them. The fundamental problem facing humanity is the attitu...
INTRINSIC MOTIVATION IN PUBLIC ORGANIZATION
Rise and domination of complex organizations in our society, scholars have focused on understanding the conditions that motivate employees to effectively serve the goals of organi...
NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: A SUMMARY
Firms all over the world are trying to come up with creative ways to develop better products and services, with efficiency and greater speed. Marketers are playing the major role ...
AGRICULTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES IN CHANGING CLIMATE SCENARIO: STUDY OF AMRITSAR DISTRICT OF PUNJAB
Background: - present paper aims to understand agricultural, environmental problems and extent of climate change observed by farmers prevailing in Amritsar district of Punjab Met...
KUNTILLET CAJRUD: A CASE FOR CRITICAL REVISION
Koot van Wyk
EFFECTS OF CHILD MARRIAGES ON GIRLS’ HEALTH AND EDUCATION: A CASE STUDY OF KANYAMA COMPOUND IN LUSAKA, ZAMBIA
This study on the effects of Child Marriages, investigates the effects of child marriages on education and health in Kanyama Compound of Lusaka, Zambia. The objectives of this stu...
TAIWANESE ANIMATED NEWS AND ITS VIEWERS
The introduction of animated news in the Taiwanese tabloid Apple Daily’s online version is the result of the revenue competition and the changes in the contemporary media enviro...
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MALARIA CONTROL STRATEGIES AT HOUSEHOLD LEVEL: A SPATIO–TEMPORAL ANALYSIS
Cecilia K Muchepa Muzyamba
Malaria is a disease of public health concern in many nations of the world. The parasite and the vector have been a nuisance to human populations. It was for this reason that the ...
WOMEN & RELIGIOUS ART: GENDER DEPICTIONS IN THE RENAISSANCE ERA
Georgie Ann Weatherby
Women throughout religious history have been commonly depicted as adornments to men, adoring nurturers who rarely express a personal opinion, while staunchly supporting the views ...
HIV/AIDS RISK AS GLOBALIZING ‘DEMOCRATIC DISCOURSE’ FOUCAULT ACCOUNT OF GOVERN MENTALITY PERSPECTIVES.
One of the fundamental characteristics of contemporary societies – modern , liberal , Globalized – is the generalization and expansion of ‘Social risk’ in which a variety ...
THE ARCHETYPAL SHADOW OF THE TEACHER IN IONESCO’S THE LESSON AND MAMET’S OLEANNA
Maysoon Taher Muhi
The present paper is concerned with the concept of the teacher as an archetypal shadow in the dramatic plays by Eugene Ionesco’s The Lesson (1951) and David Mamet’s Oleanna (1...
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