IRGB 0902-001, Fall 2015, WEB TECHNOLOGIES – M.S. IN INVESTOR RELATIONS INDIVIDUAL POSITION PAPER

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IRGB 0902-001, Fall 2015, WEB TECHNOLOGIES – M.S. IN INVESTOR RELATIONS INDIVIDUAL POSITION PAPER Follow the listed instructions carefully in completely in this individual position paper assignment: 1. Write a position paper to the below statement. 2. Your paper should be in your own words, in approximately 1200-1400 words. This is not a ...
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Case Study Analysis Order Description Select one of the cases from the assigned textbook: Cases 3: Assessing Global Market Opportunities, cases 3-1, 3-2, 3-3, 3-4 (pp.639–654). Read the case and answer the respective questions at the end of the case. for anything else. According to Nielsen Media Research, the number of Americans watching the Super Bowl, the main annual football championship, averaged 94 million. The top eight television programs in America are all sporting events. Some 3 billion people watched some part of the 2000 Olympiad—over half of mankind. The reason television companies love sport is not merely that billions want to tele-gawk at ever-more-wonderful sporting feats. Sport also has a special quality that makes it unlike almost any other sort of television program: immediacy. Miss seeing a particular episode of, say, The Offi ce , and you can always catch the repeat and enjoy it just as much. Miss seeing your team beat hell out of its biggest rival, and the replay will leave you cold. “A live sporting event loses almost all its value as the fi nal whistle goes,” says Steve Barnett, author of a British book on sport. The desire to watch sport when it is happening, not hours afterward, is universal: A study in South Korea by Spectrum, a British consultancy, found that live games get 30 percent of the audience while recordings get less than 5 percent. CASE 3?2 Swifter, Higher, Stronger, Dearer Television and sport are perfect partners. Each has made the other richer. But is the alliance really so good for sport? Back in 1948, the BBC, Britain’s public broadcasting corporation, took a fateful decision. It paid a princely £15,000 (£27,000 in today’s money) for the right to telecast the Olympic Games to a domestic audience. It was the fi rst time a television network had paid the International Olympic Committee (IOC, the body that runs the Games) for the privilege. But not the last. The rights to the 1996 Summer Olympics, which opened in Atlanta on July 19, 1996, raised $900 million from broadcasters round the world. And the American television rights to the Olympiads up to and including 2008 have been bought by America’s NBC network for an amazing $3.6 billion (see Exhibit 1). The Olympics are only one of the sporting properties that have become hugely valuable to broadcasters. Sport takes up a growing share of screen time (as those who are bored by it know all too well). When you consider the popularity of the world’s great tournaments, that is hardly surprising. Sportsfests generate audiences beyond the wildest dreams of television companies Exhibit 1 Olympic Broadcast Rights Fees, * $bn (world totals) Source: International Olympic Committee. Used by permission of the International Olympic Committee. *Rights for 2000 to 2008 Games. Rights for 2010 and 2012 Games packaged. † For winter games two years earlier. 0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 1980 84 88 92 96 2000 04 08 12 Winter games Summer games † † †

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Case Study Analysis Order Description Select one of the cases from the assigned textbook: Cases 3: Assessing Global Market Opportunities, cases 3-1, 3-2, 3-3, 3-4 (pp.639–654). Read the case and answer the respective questions at the end of the case. for anything else. According to Nielsen Media Research, the number of Americans watching the ...
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Accomplishments of Joseph Wheeler, Congressman from Alabama (1880-1900) Order Description Paper must be based on research in primary sources, and demonstrate scholarly secondary sources. Paper must have at least 5 primary sources and 7 secondary sources ( with at least 4 of your secondary sources being books, the remaining three may be scholarly articles. Internet sources will not count toward the required sources. Do not use encyclopedias. Must have a bibliography and be documented with footnotes. Follow Turabian’s guide. The following guide provides helpful advice and resources, and citation information. http://libguides.athens.edu/content.php?pid=238832&sid=1970939. All work must be 12point Times New Roman This paper is to be about what General Joseph Wheeler did while in the U.S. House of Representatives that helped North Alabama and Lawrence County. Thesis: Joseph Wheeler, a Democrat, was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1880, he served for twenty years as one of the Representative for Alabama. His primary goals were to attempt to bring the North and South back together and help rebuild the economy of the southern states.

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Accomplishments of Joseph Wheeler, Congressman from Alabama (1880-1900) Order Description Paper must be based on research in primary sources, and demonstrate scholarly secondary sources. Paper must have at least 5 primary sources and 7 secondary sources ( with at least 4 of your secondary sources being books, the remaining three may be ...
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How good are people at estimating scale in 3D environments? Order Description ***Can you please attach a seperate file containing all the links to the used refrences in the review. *** An experiment has been conducted using a software that produce a 3D environment, where people used the system and were tested for their accuracy at : – Estimating distances in the 3D environment (by stating the distance ranging from 1 m to 10 m). – Discriminating objects from different viewp01oints and distances (by stating the location of the object). – Estimating area sizes when ques is present vs absent(by stating the area size). Interested in the quantitative and qualitative findings in such experimental studies that where conducted on the following areas in the domain of 3D graphics and virtual environments: -Effects of viewp01oints, viewing distance and shadow on object discrimination (Top-down, Bird's-eye and third-person) and (10 m vs 6 m viewing distance). – Effects of floor colour on distance estimation (Blank vs patterned). – Effects of cued vs uncued environments on area size estimation (Area size ranging from 2 sq m to 30 sq m). – Having a general introduction for each of the conditions. The outcome of these studies, which condition people where best at, and why were they good at such conditions. What were the theories that guided these studies. ***Can you please attach a seperate file containing all the links to the used refrences in the review. *** Possible resources: http://geon.usc.edu/~biederman/publications/Biederman_Gerhardstein_1993.pdf http://kybele.psych.cornell.edu/~edelman/Archive/biocyb-animals.pdf http://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/pdf/10.1162/08989290152541458 http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.26.4650&rep=rep1&type=pdf http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/Xplore/defdeny.jsp?url=http%3A%2F%2Fieeexplore.ieee.org%2Fstamp%2Fstamp.jsp%3Ftp%3D%26arnumber%3D6787840%26userType%3Dinst&denyReason=-133&arnumber=6787840&productsMatched=null&userType=inst http://etd.fcla.edu/UF/UFE1000166/taylor_l.pdf http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2534941

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How good are people at estimating scale in 3D environments? Order Description ***Can you please attach a seperate file containing all the links to the used refrences in the review. *** An experiment has been conducted using a software that produce a 3D environment, where people used the system and were tested for their accuracy […]
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What Role Do Non-Governmental Organizations Have In Mediating The Relationship Between International Economic Law, Justice And Development? Order Description Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, The Communist Manifesto, available at http://www.marxists.org/archive/marx/works/sw/course/mscp.pdf Extract from Economic and Political Manuscripts 1844 Norman Geras, The Controversy about Marx and Justice, New Left Review, 1/150, pp. 47- 85. (Available from New Left Review) Adam Gearey, The Sense of Work, from Justice as Welfare (New York: Continuum, 2012). S. Charusheela, “Social Analysis and the Capabilities Approach: A Limit to Martha Nussbaum?s Universalist Ethics.” Cambridge Journal of Economics, Vol. 33, No. 6, 2009. (Available from IngentaConnect) Arturo Escobar, Imagining a Post-Development Era? Critical Thought, Development and Social Movements, Social Text, No. 31/32, Third World and Post-Colonial Issues (1992), pp. 20-56. (JSTOR) See also After Nature: Steps to an Antiessentialist Political Ecology in Current Anthropology, Vol. 40, No. 1 (February 1999), pp. 1-30.(JSTOR)The World Bank http://wwwwds.worldbank.org/external/default/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/2012/11/09/000386194_2 0121109010301/Rendered/PDF/735750wp010Box370sandHDFINAL00PUBLIC0.pdf The Social Protection Floor ILO http://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/—dgreports/—dcomm/— publ/documents/publication/wcms_165750.pdf World Of Work Report 2013 International Labour Office http://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/—dgreports/— dcomm/documents/publication/wcms_214673.pdf Labour Standards for a Fair Globalization for Workers of the World, Anil Verma and Gail Elman, The Good Society , Vol. 16, No. 2 (2007) , pp. 57-64 The following pieces offer a more general and critical framing of our central concerns Michael Denning, Wageless Life, NLR 66 2010, 79-97 Andre Gorz, The New Agenda, NLR 1/184, 37-4. Jose Luis Coraggio, Labour Economy – from Hahn and Hart (eds) The Human Economy (London: Polity, 2010)Brain Langille, Labour Law is Not a Commodity,19 Indus. L.J. Juta 1002 1998 Shareen Hertel, Human Rights and the Global Economy: Bringing Labor Rights Back In, 24 Md. J. Int’l L. 283 2009 Alain Supiot, Law and Labour, NLR 2006, pp109-121. Gay W. Seidman,Regulation at Work: Globalization, Labor Rights, and Development, Social Research. Winter2012, Vol. 79 Issue 4, p1023-1044. Bess Nkabinde, The Right to Strike: An Essential Component of Workplace, Democracy, Its Scope and Global Economy, 24 MD. J. INT’L L. 270 (2009).Fast Facts MDGs at At http://www.undp.org/content/dam/undp/library/corporate/fast-facts/english/FFMillennium-Development-Goals.pdf MDGs at http://www.undp.org/content/undp/en/home/mdgoverview/ The Copenhagen Declaration is at http://www.un-documents.net/cope-dec.htm http://www.un-documents.net/cope-dec.htm David L. Harvey and Michael H. Reed, The Culture of Poverty: An Ideological Analysis, Sociological Perspectives, Vol. 39, No. 4 (Winter, 1996), pp. 465-495 Aaron Benanav, Landscapes of Labour, NLR 61, January-February 2010, pp. 222-232 Jan Breman, Life and Death in Annawadi, NLR 78, November-December 2012, pp. 152-169 Myth of the Global Safety Net, in NLR 59, September-October 2009, pp. 29-36 Benjamin Selwyn, The Global Development Crisis (London: Polity, 2014), Chapter 8Reading Nancy Fraser Re-Framing Justice New Left Review 36 (2005). A problematic essay, but one that seeks a critical and synoptic approach to the idea of global justice. Different in many respects from Sen and Pogge, coming, as it does, out of a combination of feminism, post Marxism and cultural theory. Does Friday manage to hold together the various elements of her critique? Peter Townsend, The International Analysis of Poverty from The Townsend Reader (London: Routledge, 2010). Naomi Klein, Reclaiming the Commons, NLR 9 2001. (Available through New Left Review) Karl Polanyi, The Economistic Fallacy, Review (Fernand Braudel Center), Vol. 1, No. 1 (Summer, 1977), pp. 9-18 (Available in JSTOR) Chris Hahn and Keith Hart, Unequal Development, from Economic Anthropology (London: Polity, 2011). See also The New Economics Foundation, The Great Transition, http://www.neweconomics.org/publications/entry/the-great-transition Benjamin Selwyn, The Global Development Crisis (London: Polity, 2014), Chapter 6Development (Keith Hart & Vishnu Padayachee) in Hahn and Hart (eds) The Human Economy (London: Polity, 2010) The Original Affluent Society – Marshall Sahlins; Learning from Ladakh – Helena NorbergHodge; The Making and Unmaking of the Third World through Development – Arturo Escobar; Development as Planned poverty – Ivan Illich From The Post-Development Reader (London: Zed Books, 1997), edited by Majid Rahnema with Victoria Bawtree Duncan Kennedy, Two Globalizations of Law and Legal Thought, 2003, 36 Suffolk Law Review 631 (Available for Heine on Line) . Arturo Escobar, Review, The Anti-Politics Machine: “Development,” Depoliticization, and Bureaucratic Power in Lesotho by James Ferguson, American Ethnologist, Vol. 18, No. 3, Representations of Europe: Transforming State, Society,and Identity (Aug., 1991), pp. 618-620 Benjamin Selwyn, The Global Development Crisis (London: Polity, 2014), Chapters1 and 2

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What Role Do Non-Governmental Organizations Have In Mediating The Relationship Between International Economic Law, Justice And Development? Order Description Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, The Communist Manifesto, available at http://www.marxists.org/archive/marx/works/sw/course/mscp.pdf Extract from Economic and Political Manuscripts 1844 ...
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