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  • Marketers need to understand the concept of social class and how it influences consumer behaviour. In this lecture we will examine the characteristics of social classes, how they are measured, the impact of social class on consumption and how this is used to develop marketing strategies.

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  • A mix of leading scholars and exciting new writers, the authors show how closely the shape of education is interwoven with that of society. The big picture that emerges is that, even as the overall intention of post-apartheid policy-makers has been to reconcile the interests of unequal and competing social classes and races, the interests of a new, deracialised middle class have come to dominate in formal education. This is despite the strengthening of teacher unions and the fact that movements in adult education and related spheres are re-emerging with a revitalised emancipatory agenda....

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  • The rapidly growing demand for highly skilled workers has led to a global competition for talent. While basic competencies are important for the absorption of new technologies, high-level skills are critical for the creation of new knowledge, technologies and innovation. For countries near the technology frontier, this implies that the share of highly educated workers in the labour force is an important determinant of economic growth and social development.

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  • This text-book is intended for college and high-school classes. Most of the facts stated in it have become, through the researches and publications of recent years, such commonplace knowledge that a reference to authority in each case has not seemed necessary. Statements on more doubtful points, and such personal opinions as I have had occasion to express, although not supported by references, are based on a somewhat careful study of the sources. To each chapter is subjoined a bibliographical paragraph with the titles of the most important secondary authorities.

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  • Consider the word shit. Simply being asked to do this may have shocked you. Even if it did not, most speakers of British English would agree that this is a word to be used with caution. Because of prevailing attitudes amongst speakers of the English language, using the word may lead any hearer to make a number of inferences about you. They may infer something about your emotional state, your social class or your religious beliefs, for example. They may even infer something about your educational achievements. All of these inferences flow from a fairly innocuous four-letter word....

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  • Documents and reflects on the steps that researchers are taking to implement social and gender analysis, including questions of class, caste, and ethnicity, into their everyday work. Combines both learning experiences and scientific results, representing academic and nonacademic sectors, a variety of research organizations, and a number of natural resource management questions, including biodiversity conservation, crop and livestock improvement, and sustainable grassland development.

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  • British people like to be involved in sport even if they are not taking part or watching. • Gambling is widespread( sportman~ gambler) throughout all social classes. • Britain is called as “A nation of gambler” • Eg:in 1993 a total of 12.7 billion was wagered by Brishtish.

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  • As English has been an international language, the ability to present a topic is clearly valuable at every stage of students’ lives. Whatever the subjects they study, presentation will bring them success in English speaking classes, academic work, job interviews and their future work life – it is the most transferable of all their skills, and a critical part of their professional development. Presentation is also an important part in an English speaking class at high school, in which students are required to present their ideas in a short and simple way....

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  • Campaign Execution (Model Deployment): Once the model is ready, the next step is to deploy the model in the current campaign. The model is applied to rank all potential customers by the predicted probability of belonging to the class initiating the contact. Only the top x% of the ranked list will receive the promotion (if the majority of potential customers are contacted, then direct marketing would not differ much from mass marketing). The selection of an optimal x, i.e. the x that produces the highest net profit, depends on the (predicted) performance of the model.

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  • In the CRSP data set, different classes of the same fund appear as different funds. We identify the classes that belong to the same fund and obtain fund-level information by averaging (weighting the classes by total net assets) the class-level data provided by CRSP. We also exclude index funds from our sample. Since the index identifier in CRSP is only available as of 2003, we use funds' names to determine whether they are index funds or not. For SRI funds, we double-check the classification manually to make sure that we do not unnecessarily delete SRI funds from the sample. We...

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  • Following Frank/Massy/Wind25 , segmentation variables can be classified into general and product-specific consumer characteristics. General consumer characteristics are independent of products and circumstances, like demographic characteristics (age, family, family life cycle, size, gender, i ncome, occupation, religion, race, social class etc.), psychographic characteristics (lifestyle, personality etc.) or geographic charac- teristics (region, city or metro size, density, climate etc.

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  • Ebook My Little Island activity book takes students on an exciting fantasy-island adventure through their pre-literacy years. Child-centred themes, catchy action-packed songs, highly visual stories, CLIL and phonics awareness lessons develop the cognitive, emotional, and social skills of the whole learner.

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  • The epidemiology of esophageal cancer in the Western world has changed dramatically over the last two decades. Up until the 1970s most esophageal cancers were of the squamous cell type, affecting mostly elderly men drawn from the poorer social classes and influenced by smoking and alcohol consumption. Since then there has been a dramatic increase in the incidence of adenocarcinoma, which tends to affect more affluent white men, often in their most productive years of life

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  • This book, now in its third edition, began almost 25 years ago when Weed Ecology: Implications for Vegetation Management was published in 1984. That text concentrated on the need for farmers, foresters, rangeland managers, and the researchers who advised them to understand better the biology of weeds and the role people play in creating and maintaining weeds in agriculture and other production systems. We were assisted in that first effort by the writings of many early scientists, such as J. L. Harper, H. G. Baker, and E. J.

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  • Distribution Shares are identifiable by a "D" following the sub-fund and Class names (e.g.: Class AD), with the exception of Monthly Distribution Shares which are identifiable by an "M" following the sub-fund and Class names (e.g.: Class AM) and Quarterly Distribution Shares which are identifiable by a "Q" following the sub-fund and Class names (e.g.: Class AQ). In derogation from the above table, Monthly and Quarterly Distribution Shares are available only in certain countries, subject to the relevant regulatory approval, through specific distributors selected by the Distributor.

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  • The abuse of amphetamines is of national concern from a public health perspective. Review of this subject is timely and important, because the problem of amphetamine-like drugs has recently been amplified by the introduction of designer drugs in the illicit market. There has been an increasing number of attempts by chemists in clandestine laboratories to synthesize structurally altered congeners that might intensify the moodaltering property of this class of compounds.

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  • Deakin’s MBA (International) is a distinctive MBA with an emphasis on management skills required in a global business environment. From a foundation in key business disciplines it develops the capability to respond confidently to the challenges of the international world of business. Deakin’s MBA (International) has been designed to give high- performing students an opportunity to gain industry experience as part of a world-class MBA. The MBA (International) is available to applicants who may not have had experience as a business manager.

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  • Listed alphabetically by program title are 777 fellowships, traineeships, forgivable loans, and awards that support structured and unstructured study or training in the social and behavioral sciences on the graduate level in the United States.

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  • New numbers from the College Board show that federal student loan disbursements—the total amount borrowed by students and received by schools—in the 2009–2010 academic years grew about 14% over the previous year to $96.8 billion. At the student level, class of 2009 college seniors carried an average of $25,000 in students loans (College Board 2010). The amount of money students borrow has long been on the rise. With recent economic downfalls, this is even more of a problem than in the past.

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  • Typically, participants arrive on a Sunday afternoon, register and meet the staff and their colleagues. Class sessions are held in the afternoon and evening and syndicate groups are established. The rest of the week comprises a variety of activities in morning, afternoon and evening sessions. Each residential is different. However they all offer a range of activities that incorporate experiential learning and engagement with practitioners and industry experts. There is usually syndicate group work and visits to businesses or other organisations.

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