Research Paper On The History Of Swimming
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Hurdles Faced by Female Athletes Over Forty
6 pages in length. Directly correlated with the extent to which women over forty choose to participate in swimming is how active they were in this or other sports throughout their lives; one who has engaged in swimming or some other physical activity either consistently or in phases is much more likely to undertake swimming after forty than one who has had little experience with that or any other sport. The writer discusses other issues pertaining to female swimmers over 40 including gender limitations, discrimination and mass media agenda setting. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Swimming Pool Business Results Enhancement
A 5 page paper assessing several points of economic consideration regarding the operation and potential expansion of a small, one-location swimming pool service and supply business. Questions address topics including elasticity of demand; law of diminishing return; economies of scale; potential price strategies; and business expansion possibilities. EPS is in an ideal position to enhance its business results without the need for a great amount of additional effort or cost. The paper recommends it increase its number of commercial accounts and increase retail sales. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Asthma and Exercis
A 6 page paper on the causes of asthma and its relationship to exercise. Main focus is on yourth sports in schools. Subjects covered include: medications, alternative treatments (warm-ups, masks/scarves, swimming for cardiovascular and strength training, relaxation), and what school coaches and parents in combination can do to help young athletes. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
'The Economist' and Classical Monetarist Model
This 5 page report discusses the world’s currency exchange rates in an article in “The Economist” entitled “Exchange rates: fix or float, sink or swim” (June 21, 1997). The arguments put forth in the article present a valid and accurate assessment of the fact that exchange rates may or may not work in the macroeconomic sense in encouraging precautionary or even healthy economic conditions. Bibliography lists 2secondary sources.