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    Maisonneuve et al. BMC Medical Education (2015) 15:154 DOI 10.1186/s12909-015-0435-x RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access How do general practice residents use social networking sites in asynchronous distance learning? Hubert Maisonneuve1*†, Juliette Chambe2, Mathieu Lorenzo2 and Thierry Pelaccia3*† Abstract Background: Blended learning environments - involving both face-to-face and remote interactions - make it easier to adapt learning programs to constraints such as residents’ location

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    An introduction to Business Research Methods Dr. Sue Greener; Dr. Joe Martelli Download free books at Dr. Sue Greener & Dr. Joe Martelli An introduction to Business Research Methods Download free eBooks at 2 An introduction to Business Research Methods 2nd edition © 2015 Dr. Sue Greener & Dr. Joe Martelli & ISBN 978-87-403-0820-4 Download free eBooks at 3 An introduction to Business Research Methods Contents Contents

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    Locate, Read and Review Tansley, C. and Tietze, S. (2013) ‘Rites of Passage Through Talent Management Progressions Stages: an Identity Work Perspective’, the International Journal of Human Resource Management 24(9): 1799—1815.

    Programme: MBA DL Student Number: Module: Foundations of Knowledge and Professional Skills Assignment Question Part A. Locate, read and review the following article: Tansley, C. and Tietze, S. (2013) ‘Rites of passage through talent management progressions stages: an identity work perspective’, The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24(9): 1799—1815. Part B. Reflect on the discussions that you have engaged in within your study groups on Blackboard. Explain how the lessons

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    this times this even includes surgical procedures to correct perceived faults in the face or body they have been given. Before, only the rich and famous people or those with severe deformities, birthmarks and injuries would have any kind of cosmetic surgery. Now it’s becoming increasingly. And also before World War I, women were supposed to be soft and feminine, as in the case of the oft-referenced Rubens nude paintings. Now their culture worships jutting hipbones, protruding clavicles, and visible rib

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    is not easily observed, is not frequently discussed, involves reactions with others, or is a trait of high moral importance. (Cooper & Schindler, 2010, p. 298) This literary review discusses the halo effect in the education environment. Twelve articles have been reviewed and discussed on the subjects of 1) teachers rating students, 2) students rating teachers, 3) the perception of Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD),

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    Qualitative Approaches to Classroom Research

    examining English language learners (ELLs). I first present common features of qualitative research and review debates regarding research paradigms in the social sciences and humanities. I also discuss the role of triangulation and capturing participants’ insider or emic perspectives in qualitative research and highlight various data collection methods and ways of combining macro-level and micro-level analyses, particularly in ethnographic research. Ethical issues, difficulties obtaining informed

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    Integration Paper on: “Deep Play: Notes on the Balinese Cockfight” Clifford Geertz

    Integration Paper on: “Deep play: Notes on the Balinese Cockfight” CLIFFORD GEERTZ Clifford Geertz in his article entitled “Deep play: Notes on the Balinese Cockfight”, uses interpretative analysis in the context of cultures as symbolic systems or a set of texts consisting of practices which create shared cultural meaning that is to be read by the anthropologist. Using direct observation of cockfighting and its significance within Balinese society, Geertz makes assertions

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    Texas Health Services Authority Ha510

    Introduction Having accurate and timely information available to medical personnel is critical in providing quality healthcare. With the increased demand of mobilizing health care information, health information exchanges (HIEs) were established. The healthcare information exchange was designed to allow patient information be electronically accessible across an organization, region, community or hospital system. (1) The initial concept of HIE was to reduce cost of patient care, improve speed,

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    University of South Florida Scholar Commons Graduate School Theses and Dissertations Graduate School 6-1-2010 Effects of reading comprehension and fluency abilities on the N400 event-related potential Annie Hirt Nelson University of South Florida Follow this and additional works at: Part of the American Studies Commons Scholar Commons Citation Nelson, Annie Hirt, "Effects of reading comprehension and fluency abilities on the N400 event-related potential"

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    Effects of Being a Student with Extra Curricular Activities

    of the regular curriculum. There was a research article in Korea made by Wi-Young So (2012). His article was about the association between physical activity and academic performance of Korean adolescent students. Surveys were given to the students to observe if physical activities are correlated with the student’s academic performance. He found out that vigorous physical activity is positively correlated with the academic performance in the case of boys. However, strengthening exercises were not

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