What are the differences in the primary values and principal beliefs between classical liberalism and traditional conservativism ? Are there any values that these two ideologies share?

Comparison between Classical Liberalism and Traditional Conservatism Introduction Most of the modern political ideologies can be traced back to the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries after the revolutions that occurred in parts of Europe such as in France (Battistini 2017). Of the numerous political ideologies in the modern world, liberalism and conservatism are the most practiced and appreciated. However, there are some differences between the original meanings and intentions...
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Virtue Ethics offers a valuable alternative ethical perspective by illuminating the limitations of both deontological and utilitarian theory. Discuss with reference also to its own strengths and weaknesses.

Virtue ethics is an approach to normative ethics that emphasises on the character as well as a virtue in moral philosophy. In light of this, virtue ethics offer an alternative ethical perspective while depicting the limitations of deontology and utilitarianism approach.  This is because it emphasises on an individual character in regard to ethical thinking, unlike deontology that focuses on the rules and duties or utilitarianism that emphasises on the consequences of the action. This makes...
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Managing for demand has become a critical component of a manager’s role. What are the key reasons for demand management having such importance in the justice system?

The concept of demand management in the justice system has attracted attention over the last couple of years. In light of this, there are various reasons why demand management is important in the justice system. First, it helps in understanding the trends and managing resources. Understanding the trend in crime enables the justices system to predict the number of imprisonment and help in allocating the required resources. Managing demand also provides an insight to the government in changing po...
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Change is a constant feature of organisational life. Outline some of the ways in which organisations can manage this process effectively

Managing organisational change takes into consideration the process of planning and implementing change in a manner that reduces resistance from the employees as well as the cost to the company while taking advantage of the effectiveness of change effort. Therefore, managing change effectively aims to move the organization from the current to the desired state at minimal cost (Campbell, 2014). In light of this, one of the ways to manage change effectively is by understanding the current st...
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PSY20001: Theories of Counselling

Theories of Counselling  Abstract  Over the past decades, there has been an evolution of counseling theories. As such, this essay compares two counseling theory and their application in the treatment of depression. These include Psychoanalytic therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Theory.  First, a brief introduction is provided followed by a deep analysis of the two theories mentioned above separately and also explores their strengths and limitation. From the discussion, Psyc...
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Environmentalists argue that high input agriculture destroys soils and reduces biodiversity as well as depending on cheap and plentiful oil supplies. They also claim that more sustainable alternatives can also be productive. Explain some of the alternatives being proposed for food production and describe some of the initiatives being developed today. Nevertheless unsustainable agriculture continues. Why is this?  

Introduction The intensification of agriculture over the last decades has improved food security in both the developing and developed nations. High input agriculture is characterized by the use of the latest techniques aimed at increasing yield and productivity. According to Damania et al. (2016), high input agriculture aims at maximizing the output from a particular piece of land. This is achieved by using the latest technologies and innovation to increase production and meet the deman...
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You cannot understand the environmental problems of the developing world without looking at the relationships between developing countries and the rich world. To solve these problems you have to make a drastic change in these relationships. Explain this view and give examples of environmental destruction in developing countries – to consider the extent to which this destruction has been caused by relationships with the rich countries. What Kinds of changes could work?

Introduction Since time immemorial, the relationship between the rich and the poor countries has always been deficient.  As such, achieving sustainable environmental conditions in the global arena has been challenging to a huge extent. According to Srinivasan et al. (2008), owing to the fact that global environment does not respect political borders, the effect of the ecological damage wrought by a single country have detrimental impacts on other countries across the world.  This ...
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"The concept of sustainable development is hindering environmental planning". Do you believe this statement to be true or false? Argue your reasons.

Does Sustainable Development support Environmental Planning? Introduction Globally, among the core issues informing debates are those related to the environment such as climate change and global warming. Both the developing and developed nations such as those in Europe and Africa continents are focusing on safeguarding the environment across various sectors through strict regulations such as mitigating the release of greenhouse gases. This brings to fore the concept of sustainability and...
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Attributes and behaviors of successful leaders-Richard Branson

Behaviours of a Successful Leader – Richard Branson Introduction Demonstrating leadership has been found to be invaluable to the growth of any organization. This is according to Hao and Yazdanifard (2015), who have stressed that effective leadership is one of the most profound components of the overall business model of sustainability in light of stiff competition as well as rapid economic development. Sethuraman and Suresh (2014) have articulated that leaders are responsible for taking...
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How does skipping breakfast affect the health of teenagers?

Introduction  A surfeit of scholars and researchers has emphasized the critical role of breakfast as the most important meal of the day.  As such,  the need to take breakfast across all the age have been emphasized given the fact that it recharges the brain as well as the brain with energy to kick-start the metabolism so the body can start burning the calories.  However, there is a common trend, where Australian’s teens are skipping breakfast. In light of this, a survey ...
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