Ikea's Executive Primer on Sustainability

The home furnishing industry today is characterized by the dependence on housing market, which shows significant improvements after recession. However, the major drivers of the industry are consumers preferences and here researchers observe five significant trends (Weinswig, 2016).

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The Domestication and Use of Plants and Animals

As human beings, we tend to take a lofty stance on nature. We assume that we use nature primarily for our sustenance and our benefit. Only seldom we realize that nature might be using just as much if not more.

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The Comparison and Contrast of Wyatt Earp in the Movies Tombstone and Wyatt Earp

One cannot deny the fact that people have always needed heroes. Sometimes, however, they glorified those who did not deserve it. The Frontier was full of adventurers, gunfighters, cowboys, and people who were in search for better life.

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Occupational Gender Segregation

For a long time, an argument existed regarding the speculation that more developed Western societies are moving from the era of industrialization to that of post-industrialization. Among the descriptive aspects or features of a post-industrial society is its alignment of occupations, which is also known as the division of labour.

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The Goffmans Notion of Performance in the Formation and Maintenance of Identities

The paper seeks to assess the usefulness of the Goffmans notion of performance in the formation and maintenance of identities. According to the Goffmans notion of performance, the elements of front assist in forming a part of regular functions to observe the appropriate performance.

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The British Mandate in Palestine

The British Mandate in Palestine was the period, during which a part of the territory of the disintegrated Ottoman Empire in the Middle East was controlled by the British administration under the mandate of the League of Nations. This period had a significant impact on the world history and geopolitics.

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What Was the ‘Ubaid Culture’ and Why is it Important to Neolithic Archaeology in the UAE?

Until 1949, the work of archaeologists was focused on the Mesopotamian plain with its prehistoric remains being buried under a thick layer of alluvium. Historians claim that between 4500 and 4300 B.C., few Halafian settlements in Mesopotamian were abandoned; their pottery and tools were gradually substituted by the pottery of another culture called Ubaid.

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Should Government Tax The Sugary Drinks Or Not

Deciding on whether to collect tax is one of the most difficult questions in the US government. Some proponents of taxation believe that it can solve the problem of obesity. However, heavy taxation can undermine the US economy as well as contribute to significant social problems.

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Pareto Efficiency Model

Within any economic set-up, the pursuit of efficiency is an inherent objective. Thus, it is not surprising that models depicting how to achieve optimal resource allocation are dominant within the discipline of economics. One of the models that outline how to attain optimum resource use is the Pareto framework of efficiency.

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How to Apply Sun Tzu’s Art of War in MNCs

Managing multinational corporations has a lot of issues. The cross-cultural differences are created by various courses of development, religious and cultural influences, or political situations. They also include forced cultural isolation of certain countries for many centuries from the rest of the world.

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Outsourcing and Privatization of Correctional Operations and Programs

The current paper deals with the question of how the prison system has been experiencing challenges in recent times. With the increasing number of inmates, several prisons have been experiencing congestions. It also tries to discuss the causes and implications of prison congestions.

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Motives of European Integration and Process to Rome Statute

Motives of European Integration and Process to Rome Statute The integration of Europe is an idea that has been floated for a long time. However, the main backing came during the first half of the twentieth century.

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