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Spurred by the sense that disorderly behaviour among students in South Euclid was increasing, the school resource officer (SRO)reviewed data regarding referrals to the principal’s office. He found that the high school reported thousands of referrals a year for bullying and that the junior high school had recently experienced a 30 percent increase in bullying …

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Jobs generated by Travel & Tourism are spread across the economy – in retail, construction, manufacturing and telecommunications, as well as directly in Travel & Tourism companies. These jobs employ a large proportion of women, minorities and young people; are predominantly in small and medium-sized companies, and offer good training and transferability. Tourism can also …

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This year’s Nobel Peace Prize justly rewards the thousands of scientists of the United Nations Climate Change Panel (the IPCC). These scientists are engaged in excellent, painstaking work that establishes exactly what the world should expect from climate change. The other award winner, former US Vice President Al Gore, has spent much more time telling …

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With an abundance of low-priced labour relative to the United States, it is no surprise that China, India and other developing countries specialise in the production of labour-intensive products. For similar reasons, the United States will specialise in the production of goods that are human- and physical-capital intensive because of the relative abundance of a …

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In its periodic quest for culinary identity, Australia automatically looks to its indigenous ingredients, the foods that are native to this country. ‘There can be little doubt that using an indigenous product must qualify a dish as Australian’, notes Stephanie Alexander. Similarly, and without qualification, Cherikoff states that ‘A uniquely Australian food culture can only …

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_tta_tabs][vc_tta_section title=”HUMAN HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT” tab_id=”1504839839980-3f34744e-7467″][vc_column_text] Roles of governments, companies, and individuals to combat climate change The environment we live in is in danger due to various problems. What are the underlying causes? Who is responsible to combat this? What measures? The ownership of cars should be restricted to one per family to reduce traffic …

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Many people think regions affect successful individuals. What are your opinion about native regions and accomplished person’s influence on the regions they belong to?///Do you say that place where the person grew has an influence on his accomplishments? Explain with example. The environment we are living in is in danger due to various problems. So …

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