Research Paper On Midlife Crisis
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Asian Currency Crisis and Japan
This 8 page paper takes a look at Japan through the Asian currency crisis that began in 1997. Currency matters, particularly the changes in the yen, are discussed. The paper briefly reports on how the currency crisis began in the first place. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Crisis and Risk Management Nexus
This 6 page report discusses the nexus or connection that exists between security and facility managers and why a post-incident investigation would learn more from a successfully managed crisis than from one which was poorly managed. The connection or the link, the nexus, between risk and crisis management is one that requires that managers understand just how bad a situation can be. The problem is that an emergency or crisis can be anything from an unexpected financial set-back, a natural disaster such as a flood or an earthquake, the malfeasance of a company employee. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Literature Useful in a Review Assessing Influences on Change during a Recession
This 8 page paper looks at some of the trends that are found in literature which may be useful when studying the way change is managed during a recession. Areas discussed include the unpredictable nature of change in a recession, change in a crisis, employee reactions and sense making. The bibliography cites 15 sources.
Nurse Education: Lesson Plan for Navigating a User Crisis
A 5 page paper discussing learner characteristics, developmental stages and readiness to learn for a group of mental health nurses when devising a lesson plan for handling users in crisis. An appendix discusses the ASSURE model and provides a lesson plan overview for a five-session course of study employing lecture, role play and demonstration. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Propaganda and Literature Relating to British Imperialism
The literature of
Imperialist England included themes based on social Darwinism, the
crisis of faith, imperialism, poverty and progress. This 7 page paper
explores the issues in Milton's Paradise Lost; Behn's Oroonoko and
Swift's Gulliver's Travels that pertain to the cultural context of the
British Empire. Bibliography lists 10 sources.