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Defining community is difficult particularly when it is tied to rural America, which seems to already be defined as a community. Wilkinson’s book gets away from the bucolic picture of rural America and discusses the need for a new paradigm to examine the problems of rural residents, and for programs to encourage rural development. There are three sources in the bibliography.
In four pages ICT is examined in an interpretation of a student supplied interview in which ICT serves as mediator and various theories including social relationships, power relationships, identity and consumption are applied. Six sources are listed in the bibliography.
The ICT market in the Middle East has a great deal of potential to develop. This 4 page paper defines and explains the ICT market segments in this area. The bibliography cites 2 sources.
In seven pages this paper examines hazardous waste spills and the concerns for rural areas.
In five pages this paper examines a 'trunk theater' rural school production of Medea, the Greek tragedy by Euripides.
A 3 page exploration of the factors that typically discourage private investment in rural areas. With very few exceptions, monies are invested with the express purpose of returning a profit. In comparison with rural areas, metropolitan areas have more of the people and the infrastructure that is needed to accomplish that purpose. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
In ten pages this paper contrasts and compares centralized urban group childcare with rural childcare in a discussion that promotes the importance of childcare in rural settings. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.
In five pages rural China is examined within the context of Communism and why it would hold particular appeal to the area with the lifestyle of Communists considered in a a contrast and comparison of Chinese urban and rural life. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.
In a paper of nine pages, the writer looks at social work in the rural environment. The considerations that are unique to rural social work are emphasized. Paper uses six sources.
It becomes apparent that in life and in literature, rural life is different from anything else. This paper examines rural life in the context of three books and three films. There are six sources listed in the bibliography of this three page paper.
In a paper of ten pages, the writer looks at poverty in rural China. Studies are cited which indicate the value of rural social work, and an intervention strategy is developed and proposed. Paper uses two sources.
A 6 page examination of literature and discussion pertaining to the Nursing Education and Quality of Health Care Act of 2007 (S. 1604). The purpose of this legislation is primarily to increase the nation’s workforce in regards to well-educated nurses. By 2014, current estimates predict that the nation will need 1.2 million new and replacement nurses (Clinton, 2007). The bill now before the Senate will provide funding for grants and other financial programs in rural communities, which is a strategy intended to encourage the “recruitment and retention of nursing students, nursing faculty and nurses who serve in rural areas” (Clinton, 2007). Bibliography lists 3 sources.
The writer gives a fictitious account of experiences associated a probationary minister on the Methodist rural circuit. Important experiences are their impact are discussed. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography of this seven page paper.
A 10 page project proposal that includes a short abstract/project summary. This project proposal addresses an urgent public need, which is the rising incidence of HIV infection among American adolescents living in rural environments. This proposal outlines the parameters of the problem; substantiates the need for the project through a review of relevant literature and then proposes an nurse-led intervention for rural youth that is based on a program developed by Murry, et al (2005), the Strong African American Families Program, which involves rural parents and focuses on developing their knowledge and parenting skills so that they can effectively and meaningfully interact with their 11-year-old children in a manner that directs them toward a healthy future. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
A 5 page research paper that describes this area of Australian nursing. Nursing in rural and remote Australia has recently been the focus of a great deal of attention from the Australian Nurses Federation, and it is hoped that this attention, in terms of research and position papers, will encourage government policymakers to likewise focus on the needs of the this crucial area of public health (Armstrong, 2006). As this suggests, it is widely acknowledge that nursing practice in rural and remote settings differs significantly from nursing practice in urban locales (Courtney, et al, 2002). This literature review looks at some of the problems and challenges facing nurses in rural and remote areas of Australia in order to offer an overview of the healthcare concerns of nursing professionals whose practice is far from the resources available in urban areas. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
In ten pages this paper defines ICT literacy and then discusses its uses in programming instruction with two receptive environments examined. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.
This 8 page paper looks at a case study provided by the student where ICT Ltd introduce a system called ‘eChopaul’ in order to create value in the supply chain for for soybeans in India. The writer answers four questions. The questions look at the objectives of the eChopaul system, the principles if supply chain management are seen, how it adds value and whether or not all parties to the transaction under the older system can still be ‘winners’ with the new system. The bibliography cites 2 sources.
In four pages this paper answers 3 questions regarding the definition of legacy problem involving terminology and how it relates to Enterprise Resource Planning, the risks involved in Information Communication Technology outsourcing, and business strategy ICT architecture considerations. One source is listed in the bibliography.
In fourteen pages this paper discusses how a student can be educated in an ICT environment through a designed program that involves consideration of various learning theories including social cognitive theory and social constructivism, and then choosing the best model for the program and finally concluding with presentation of the learning program. Twelve sources are listed in the bibliography.
In twelve pages this ICT industrial focus examines the occasional market failure and the importance of market regulation this failure represents. Nine sources are listed in the bibliography.
This 3 page paper looks at some transcripts of interviews conducted by the student and assesses their value and general approach for research looking at the teaching and experience of ICT is schools in different countries. Potential weaknesses and strengths are discussed and some new questions are suggested. The bibliography cites 2 sources.
This 14 page paper looks at the way business process re-engineering can take place in a firm. Using a fictitious example of a firm which wants to change the way it manages the goods inwards and outwards as part of the value chain by introducing a new ICT sysytem. The paper outlines the problems and looks at what is needed and then consider the way that the change may be facilitated, using the tools of requirements engineering and change management in order to achieve the end goals. The bibliography cites 4 sources.
In twenty one pages this paper considers student conducted research on school information technology barriers and includes methodology, analysis, and results of teacher and student questionnaires with recommendations offered.
In thirty seven pages teaching information and communication technology is discussed with the objective being student IT skills effectiveness. UK secondary schools for the years seven through thirteen are the focus. Thirty four sources are listed in the bibliography.
In nine pages this paper contrasts and compares the information and computer technology industries of Ireland and China from socioeconomic and political perspectives. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.
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