The Right to Freedom: A Review of the Complexities of Reasonable Restrictions on Article 19 of Constitution of India, is an attempt to understand the functional forms of freedoms that are guaranteed under article 19 of the constitution of India. The book tries to explore the transition of various rights under right to freedom as a result of different functional difficulties in implementing them in a literal sense as guaranteed in the constitution of India. The book tries to track the transformation of the domain of article 19 as a result of contradictions between the judiciary and parliament in India.
This book shows scientists how to apply their analysis and synthesis skills to overcoming the challenge of how to write, as well as what to write, to maximise their chances of publishing in international scientific journals. The book uses analysis of the scientific article genre to provide clear processes for writing each section of a manuscript, starting with clear ‘story’ construction and packaging of results. Each learning step uses practical exercises to develop writing and data presentation skills based on reader analysis of well-written example papers. Strategies are presented for responding to referee comments, and for developing discipline-specific English language skills for manuscript writing and polishing. The book is designed for scientists who use English as a first or an additional language, and for individual scientists or mentors or a class setting. In response to reader requests, the new edition includes review articles and the full range of research article formats, as well as applying the book’s principles to writing funding applications. Web support for this book is available at www.writeresearch.com.au
Are you a writing teacher at college level? Then you must have used peer review in one or more of your classes. You must also have experienced some frustration that peer review sessions were not very successful or very useful to students. You probably struggled with structuring these sessions and did not know what materials to use for better results. You also may have heard students complain about the use of these sessions or the trivial help they get from them. If this marks your experience with peer review in the college writing class, then this is the book you need to read. The book introduces a structured way of carrying out effective peer review sessions that are likely to help students progress and write better subsequent drafts. The book provides you with specially tailored materials for peer review sessions: from a review checklist to a list of helping phrases. Peer review sessions will never be a pain in the neck.
"The Law and Economics of Article 82 EC" is a comprehensive, integrated treatment of the legal and economic principles that underpin the application of Article 82 EC to the behaviour of dominant firms. Traditional concerns of monopoly behaviour, such as predatory pricing, refusals to deal, excessive pricing, tying and bundling, discount practices, and unlawful discrimination are treated in detail through a review of the applicable economic principles, the case law and decisional practice, and more recent economic and legal writings. In addition, the major constituent elements of Article 82, such as market definition, dominance, effect on trade, and applicable remedies are considered at length. Jointly authored by a lawyer and an economist, "The Law and Economics of Article 82 EC" contains an integrated approach to the legal and economic principles that frame policy in this major area of competition law. Although written primarily with practitioners and in-house lawyers in mind, it is essential reading for anyone with an interest in competition-law enforcement against monopoly behaviour.
This concise paperback is one of the best known guides to writing a paper for publication in biomedical journals. Its straightforward format – a chapter covering each of part of the structured abstract – makes it relevant and easy to use for any novice paper writer. How to Write a Paper addresses the mechanics of submission, including electronic submission, and how publishers handle papers, writing letters to journals abstracts for scientific meetings, and assessing papers. This new edition also covers how to write a book review and updated chapters on ethics, electronic publication and submission, and the movement for open access.
The most frequent accidental cause of household death in children under 6 years of age is the inhalation of a foreign body (FB). Delay in managements is blamed for death in cases of foreign body inhalations. The absence of a recognizable penetration syndrome complicates and delays not only the diagnosis but also the treatment of a FB. (1) Methods: We are presenting a review article about the magnitude of this problem, presentations, complications, managements using a review of the literature and some of our personal experiences. Results: We are presenting the results of some different authors plus ours. Conclusion: Early bronchoscopy is a paramount in any case of suspected foreign body aspiration.
Quinazoline is the main six-membered heterocyclic ring system reported for their biological activities, compounds with multiple pharmacophores, which bring together knowledge of a target with understanding of the molecule types that might interact with the target family. Robust, versatile and scalable chemistry must be employed to accomplish the task. This characteristic feature of quinazoline would make a good template for a lead generation library. The current review article focuses on biological actions done for various targets along with the brief description of the targets.
This study investigates the rhetorical organisation of Chinese research article introductions in the field of educational psychology using Swales’s (1990 & 2004) framework of move analysis. This study found similarities and differences between the selected Chinese research article introductions and Swales's CARS (Create a Research Space) model. Chinese research article introductions fit the CARS model in terms of the global organisation. However, both Chinese research article introductions and Swales's CARS model have subtle rhetorical differences. This study attributes the rhetorical similarities to the influence of English as an international language on publications in China. It ascribes the rhetorical differences partially to membership of a specific discourse community but mainly to potential cultural influences. The findings of this study have pedagogical implications.
Brimming with fun and quirky ways to learn, create and grow, this charming journal presents simple activities to make every day count. Prompts include:-Memorize a poem-Compliment a stranger- Be a tourist in your own town - Learn to say "hello" in five new languages- Write a fan letter- Avoid the news for a full day- Write a five-star review- Send an overdue apologyFilled with delightful illustrations and plenty of room to record your own progress and insights, this is a DIY happiness guide to share with a friend or use as a secret personal playbook for jump-starting each day. Flip to any page and begin!
Since 1922, Harvard Business Review has been a leading source of breakthrough ideas in management practice. The Harvard Business Review Classics series now offers you the opportunity to make these seminal pieces a part of your permanent management library. Each highly readable volume contains a groundbreaking idea that continues to shape best practices and inspire countless managers around the world. This classic article shows how to make mass customization and efficient and personal marketing work by putting companies and their consumers in a 'learning relationship.' Over time, this ongoing relationship allows your company to meet customer's changing needs, develop learning relationships with them and retain their business forever.
The first concept of solid phase synthesis was performed by Merrifield (1) in a dipeptide synthesis from two amino acids. Not surprisingly, Solid phase synthesis did not remain limited to peptides, but also it was extended to heterocycles, so many synthesis methods in solution phase had been transferred to solid phase processes.So, solid phase organic synthesis had become very attractive route of synthesis due to its simplicity of separation of synthetic intermediates from soluble components of a reaction mixture by simple filtration and washing of the resin bound reaction product.
At some point in university study, you may be asked to review the literature on a certain subject, a particular area, an assignment, or part of a research. You may realize that you have not been trained for this academic writing style, and you would be asking questions such as: What is this? Why do I have to write it? What does the supervivor/teacher/examinator expect from me? How do I get start? What are the rules? How do I come to a qualified work? And what kinds of mistake should I avoid? etc. ALL of the answers are available here in this book.
Free Gift Inside! offers an alternative solution to the difficulty of selling to an already sated and sophisticated consumer. * Based on the article «Torment Your Customers (They'll Love It» which Harvard Busines Review chose as one of 2002's Six Breakthrough Ideas * A new concept that turns marketing on its head and offers a more effective answer to customer relationship management and permission marketing
Both formal and informal education is a necessity to people. Learning to read, write and count; sewing clothes; agriculture are important programmes to take in Africa and the world at large. Women today can negotiate on a number of issues as a result of these programmes. They do good planning in homes which has led to high expansion of development to wider areas. Come enjoy the journey of understanding these.
Статья посвящена метамодернизму, новому социкультурному феномену, представляющему собой платформу для освоения современной социокультурной среды. В статье проведён сравнительный анализ метамодернизма в европейской культуре и метамодернизма в России.The article is devoted to metamodernism, a new sociocultural phenomenon, which is a platform for mastering the modern socio-cultural environment. The article compares metamodernism in European culture and Russian culture.
It is becoming increasingly clear that epidemic of type 2 diabetes sweeping the globe is associated with decreasing levels of activity and an increasing prevalence of obesity. Thus, the importance of promoting exercises as a vital component of the prevention as well as management of Diabetes Mellitus must be viewed as a high priority. And, since the time exercises have been advocated for the people with diabetes, there is an ongoing debate upon the benefits to risk ratio, safety and type of exercises to be used in such patients. So far no single research article has answered all these questions and thus this literature review has been conducted. This literature review collaborates and analyses few high quality research studies and provides information regarding benefits, safety concerns and general guideline regarding exercise prescription for diabetic patients.
This article review is an attempt to update the knowledge in modern advertising field, specifying on Guerilla advertising approach, founded by ”Jay Conrad Levinson” in the United States of America. Guerilla advertising approach sets a trap for an audience and catches it totally unaware in order to deliver a message it may not even realize it is receiving. By the time it realizes it has just seen an advertisement, it has already been hooked. Semiotics which is a Semiotic is a triadic relation among a sign (icon/index/ symbol) can analyze marketing and advertising experiences properly. By applying semiotics theory which is a cognitive science, creating a product concept that corresponds to the denotative and connotative meaning and formulating a creative way of thinking and product conceptualization will be possible.In this book, our contributors are Neda Nourmohammadi, Sabzali Musa Kahn, Jaffri Hanafi and Nik Nairan Abdullah
This book includes seven literary and language analysis articles. The first article examines 1988 Nobel Laureate Naguib Mahfouz’s Cairo Triology focusing on female happiness in man's patriarchal cage. The second article gives a critical analysis of E.M Forester's short story “The Machine Stops” portraying the fatal sting of technology. The third article compares between Flaubert’s Madame Bovary and Ahdaf Soueif’s In The Eye of the Sun highlighting marital deadlock in both novels. The next four articles are mainly focused on teaching language via technology, as the fourth article discusses how to use the interactive web in teaching and learning, and the fifth article shows how to integrate technology and literature in an EFL/ESL context. Moreover, article six investigates the integration of extensive reading and reading circles in ESL giving a sample implementation programme. The last article seven demonstrates the benefits of using the E-Learning Moodle to enhance Students’ language skills and independent learning.
Written out of the author’s awareness of the problems many students and young researchers encounter when writing their research papers, this book is a simplified presentation of the fundamentals of research. Its technically simple style is aimed at making the book accessible to people of all academic persuasions. Most research studies or projects begin with a written proposal. For this reason, the book starts with a section on how to write a good standard research proposal. In the second section, the book discusses in detail the way in which a research project, dissertation or thesis must be outlined once the research proposal has been accepted. Chapter three looks specifically at a journal paper/article as another very important type of research paper. It gives a brief survey of important points to bear in mind when writing a journal article as well as the structure such a paper is expected to follow. Chapter four is a brief presentation of some of the methods of citation and reference styles commonly used in research.