This paper reviews of literature on cervical cancer and human papillomavirus (HPV) as a risk factor. It examines potential prevention strategies and discusses recent research findings as well as important conclusions regarding HPV as a major but preventable risk factor for cervical cancer. The etiological connection between the … should prevention strategies be implemented. However, the implementation of these strategies will depend upon women and adolescent girls undergoing screening tests. Thus, the research shows that progress has been made in treating and preventing HPV-related cervical cancer, but more studies are needed to see whether these strategies ……
Understanding the Value of Qualitative research
Qualitative research have a number of different research strategies available to them, including case studies, phenomenology, grounded theory and ethnography. Each of these research strategies has its respective strengths and weaknesses, but ethnography in particular represents a special challenge since it seeks to learn more about a … special challenge since it seeks to learn more about a group of people from the perspective of an insider. The purpose of this paper is to provide a review of the relevant literature to identify and describe and benefits of ethnographical research as a strategy for developing a better understanding concerning the lived experiences of others. A critique of Dr. Loïc Wacquant’s ethnographical work and … Loïc Wacquant’s ethnographical work and a discussion concerning its implications for social change are followed by a description concerning the potential impact of research in supporting positive social change through……
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… acquisitions would then need to adhere to this code of ethics, and their performance could be weighed against it. Yet, there is little research that has been conducted to define the elements of an effective code of ethics for managers in acquisition. This research paper will examine this topic, and seek to identify some of the key elements of an effective code of ethics that governments can implement ……
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The commodity selected for this research paper is coffee. This commodity was chosen owing to the reason that it is one of the most common and most consumed beverages across ……
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… provide the context for this study is discussed as well as a review of existing literature on the topic. A qualitative case study research design based on the Just War Theory will be utilized to conduct this research. Data will be collected from professionals in international relations and cyber security as well as existing publications on recent cyber espionage activities by … intelligence gathering approach and strategy for national security decisions. However, cyber espionage remains a form of cyberattack, which is legally and ethically unacceptable.
Is cyber espionage a method used by state for intelligence gathering a form of unacceptable cyberattack?
How is cyber espionage as an …
How is cyber espionage as an acceptable state behavior for intelligence gathering though it is a form of unacceptable…[break]…data. For this study, the research will adopt an exploratory approach to qualitative case study to gain a deeper understanding of……
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In the research article “Effect of Digital Marketing on Competitiveness of Automobile Companies in Kenya” by Eva Nkatha Kigunda, the objective was to assess how digital … return on investment (ROI) is still insignificant. Digital marketing strategies are mainly used in maintaining the current customer pool for the dealers. The research article is a standard-structured paper that included a literature review under chapter two, pages 8-25. In this paper, a critique of the literature review will be done.
1. Have a topic, aim, and scope of the literature been identified?
The literature … one, which contains the topic, aim, and scope of the study. The scope of the study is the Kenyan automobile industry and the research conducted review in Nairobi, and the neighboring towns of Rongai, Athi River, Kiambu, and Thika. The study focused on social media marketing, search … The study focused on social media marketing, search……
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… system in Canada as it is today and compare it to the ethical ideals behind the big three ethical points of view. This paper will do just that and show that the death penalty in Canada should be reinstated for premeditated murder on the principle of justice.
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… of Veteran Affairs (VA), the costs of care for members with low back pain have been on the rise; necessitating the need for research on the effectiveness of some of the available methods for treating and managing low back pain. Some of the methods available are non-narcotic … was significantly lower for those practicing yoga stretches (Groessl et al., 2008; Williams et al., 2009).
Heat/cold therapy has also been shown by research findings to offer effective remedies for both acute and moderate low back pain (Dehghan & FarahbOD, 2014). Even though the two might not … of the otherwise smooth muscles, and cold therapy might work in the short-term by numbing nerve endings.
Purpose of the study
Even though research on the effectiveness of individual intervention for low back pain is wide and intensive, there is limited research on a combination of these interventions. In practice, persons suffering from……
Bagg, M. K., Hübscher, M., Rabey, M., Wand, B. M., O’Hagan, E., Moseley, G. L., ... & O’Connell, N. E. (2017). The RESOLVE Trial for people with chronic low back pain: protocol for a randomized clinical trial. Journal of physiotherapy, 63(1), 47-48.
Chou, R., Deyo, R., Friedly, J., Skelly, A., Hashimoto, R., Weimer, M., ... & Grusing, S. (2017). Nonpharmacologic therapies for low back pain: a systematic review for an American College of Physicians clinical practice guideline. Annals of internal medicine, 166(7), 493-505.
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… Jones, A. & Kovacic, W.E. (2018). Preventing corruption, supplier collusion, and the corrosion of civic trust. George Mason Law Review, Forthcoming TLI Think! paper 5/2019 King's College London Law School research paper No. 19-14
This source critiques existing tools for measuring the types and the effects of multiple forms of corruption. Claiming that existing tools … policies failed. Ultimately, this source corroborates the others used in my bibliography and adds to the body of literature being compiled for this paper related to the types of government corruption and the impacts on public trust.
Lelkes, Y. (2016). Winners, losers, and the press. … public perceptions of legitimacy. Although the author starts off with a biased assumption, it is interesting to note the methods used in this research. The author takes into account both individual variables and also institutional factors in the analysis. Methodology used includes public opinion survey……
… drastically affects children's ability to learn. However, many studies show how the negative effects of poverty on education can be overcome.
research Compton-Lilly and Delbridge (2019) recently investigated the matter of how poverty affects children's ability to learn. The research utilized Bourdieu's theory of capital and statistics from longitudinal studies to investigate how poverty affects learning for two students from a poor urban … and statistics from longitudinal studies to investigate how poverty affects learning for two students from a poor urban community. In the study, the research particularly investigated the manner in which poverty affected the ability of poor parents to support their dependents in school. The research also particularly investigated how social capital and cultural capital can be leveraged in a bid to help families despite their social-economic position. The … Alicia, who does not find it difficult to read and learn and generally performs……
Compton-Lilly, C., & Delbridge, A. (2019). What Can Parents Tell Us About Poverty and Literacy Learning? Listening to Parents Over Time. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 62(5), 531–539.
Dickerson, A., & Popli, G. K. (2016). Persistent poverty and children\\\\\\\\\\\\'s cognitive development: evidence from the UK Millennium Cohort Study. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society), 179(2), 535-558.
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Borre, A., Bernhard, J., Bleiker, C., & Winsler, A. (2019). Preschool Literacy Intervention for Low-Income, Ethnically Diverse Children: Effects of the Early Authors Program Through Kindergarten. Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk (JESPAR), 24(2), 132–153.
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