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Disease model

Interestingly, although the Disease model allowed Alcoholism to become accepted into modern society as an addictive disease, there was no such model which allowed narcotics to be given the same treatment. In the USA, the campaign against narcotics under the leadership of Harry Anslinger (Founder of the Federal Bureau ofRead More

Contribution of the Models

Importantly, the working model of the mother-child relationship also generalises over time to incorporate new people and new experiences (Miller, 1993). The cognitive model therefore generates the expectation that deviation in regard to attachment due to inadequate parenting (e.g. inconsistency and insensitivity) will be associated with negative relational schemas regardingRead More

Nordhaus Opportunistic Model

The overall conclusion of Nordhaus’ analysis is that governments manipulate the economy to increase their electoral results, and be re-elected. This means that inflation may be changed to non-optimal positions to gain public support, and adjust unemployment to more ‘popular’ levels. In the case of this model the problem createdRead More

Pedictive and diagnostic model

Any predictive and diagnostic model of environmental change is dependent on the accuracy of its data and the soundness of its premises (Mortimore, 1998). In terms of form (or physical manifestation of the process of desertification), the received narrative promoted images of moving deserts and the southward movement of theRead More

Role of Failure Prediction models

The effect of Trade Union and Employee involvement in Compensation systems for Cross Border Organizations Employee Involvement (EI) has a tremendous effect on compensation systems as do trade unions. Employees input are integral in determining their type of compensation. The way in which employees are compensated effects the overall performanceRead More

Traditional Model

Before the industrial revolution, the major form of “motivation” took the form of fear of punishment-physical, financial, or social. However, as manufacturing processes became more complex, the traditional patterns of behavior between workers and their “patron” were replaced by the more sterile and tenuous relationship between employees and their company.Read More

Ethical Analysis Model

The ethical issues evident in this case are a right to privacy, discrimination, and employee safety. Right to privacy: Velasquez (2002) maintains that “psychological privacy is privacy with respect to a person’s inner life. This includes the person’s thoughts and plans, personal beliefs, and values, feelings, and wants. These innerRead More

Saltaire a typical model village

Model villages began to appear around Britain in the late 1700’s as a way for employers to provide for their workforce. One of the first examples was Cromford in Derbyshire. They were “model” in the sense the houses were laid out in a plan rather than springing up in anyRead More

Urban model

Urban areas do not develop in a haphazard way – various factors determine what land use takes place in different areas or ‘zones’. In turn, these zones may affect the volume of pedestrian or vehicular traffic. Some of the factors which affect the ‘make-up’ of a town or City include:- Historical factors:Read More

Germany model

Germany’s policies and ambitions were mirrored by British achievements in the late 19th Century to a certain extent. Germany was envious of Britain in many ways. An obvious factor was over the British navy, being the biggest and the finest at the time. Also Britain’s valuable possessions overseas, not onlyRead More

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