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Essay: Wuthering Heights

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Romanticism was a term that emerged in the mid 18th century to describe political and social thinkers, writers, poets and artists that revolutionized the field of art completely. Basically romanticism was a way to protest against the established norms of the society that were based on aristocratic social and political ideology.

Essay: Access to computer games

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If one was to analyze the rend of violence in certain depraved areas which do not even have access to computer games for example in the African region, than how can the computer games be possibly blamed in such a scenario. Even in certain developed regions in the world, where poorer societies exist, the lack of access to computer games and yet the high rates of violent acts points out to the fact, those video games certainly do not have a “direct” link to violent acts in society.

Essay: Advertisement in the form of banner ads

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In start I prefer newspaper advertisement in the form of banner ads. Average cost of advertisement is estimated to be CAD 16500/year and 82500 per 5 years. However this cost is of capital nature and it would be deferred over a period of next 5 years.

Essay: Overcoming work-family conflicts

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Different job-designs and perks aimed at facilitating different employees as per their personal needs definitely leads to higher productivity of employees as they feel sense of attachment and affiliation with their organization and in order to be successful organizations have to pursue one or more such strategies. For example in order to overcome work-family conflicts and to increase productivity, employers should introduce family friendly programs for workers having family. It is also seen that any such conflict leads to such drastic results as absenteeism, turnovers, less productivity etc. On the other hand productivity of employees is seen to increase when they are being offered benefits like flexi-hours, child care centers and telecommuting etc. (Kossek & Ozeki, 1999)