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  • The so-called employment structure refers to the labor force in the various sectors of the national economy employment ratio. In recent years, the rapid development of science and technology and the remarkable changes in economic structure have brought with it changes in the employment structure of the population. This change mainly manifested as the transfer of labor, namely: ① from agriculture, industry to service transfer ⑨ physical labor to intellectual labor transfer; ③ from...
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  • The social function of education and the development and reform of education are not only affected by the natural environment of the society, the demographic situation, the development of productive forces and the political and economic systems, but at the same time, education reacts to social development in the form of its own unique activities, Development has a positive role in promoting and promoting. The social function of education is an attempt to clarify how education, in turn,...
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  • It generally consists of the following elements: values, norms, meaning and symbols, material culture. Narrow culture mainly refers to the social spiritual culture, that is, the social ideology and morality, science and technology, education, literature, art, religion, social customs and system rules and other complex. It generally consists of two aspects. One is the social objective spiritual culture, which is the externalization and objectification of the subjective spirit of mankind, such...
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  • Political and economic system determines the education management system Educational content is a concrete manifestation of educational goals. Education under the conditions of different social connections has different educational content, especially in the social sciences. In ancient Greece, Spartan education obeyed the need of foreign war to brutal repression of slaves, and the content of education was mainly military training. Athens education was subordinate to the training of...
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  • Cultural traditions influence the composition of educational content. Cultural traditions typically reflect the specific connotation of national culture. Different countries and nations have created different cultural traditions, which in turn have shaped different kinds of education. For example, all ethnic groups regard their own national language as an indispensable part of their educational content, which fully reflects the solidarity and love of one nation over their language. In ancient...
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  • This kind of cultural tradition is reflected in education. Schools consider teacher system teaching as the best way to acquire knowledge and regard reading as the only source of true knowledge. Therefore, they advocate "teaching more, less teaching less, Can not teach. " Teachers say that students' indoctrination has also become the main form of school teaching. As everyone knows, people's access to knowledge and ability to grow has a variety of sources and ways: As everyone knows,...
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  • Cultural concepts refer to the more consistent viewpoints and beliefs of nature, society and people themselves that people in long-term living in the same cultural environment are gradually forming. The concept of education is the understanding, viewpoints and opinions of educational phenomena and problems existing in the human brain. The restriction of the concept of culture to the concept of human education mainly manifests in two aspects. Cultural ideas restrict and influence people's...
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  • The social functions of education and the development and reform of education are not only affected by the natural environment of the society, the demographic situation, the development of productive forces and the political and economic systems, but at the same time, education, in its own unique form, reacts to social development, Development has a positive role in promoting and promoting. A section on the social function of education seeks to clarify how education in turn promotes social...
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  • Surprisingly, factors that the literature has traditionally suggested as important sources of knowledge about international markets (i.e. foreign education, proficiency in foreign languages, and foreign residency) did not lead to opportunity recognition in the specific countries where the founders and members of the firm had prior histories. However, these factors had a more general influence on the level of international entrepreneurial alertness, willingness and ability to search... [more]
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  • The company still considers the home market to be its main market area and foreign operations are seen more as complementary business opportunities. However, the importance of international operations is expected to grow in the future and therefore it is seen as sensible to operate abroad. Please visit at [more]
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  • The interviewees were first asked to describe their business in general, thereafter their operations related to internationalization as a whole, and from that their business as it related to internationalization in France in particular. On the basis of general information on entry to the French market, more detailed questions were then asked about the following. [more]
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  • Voluntary/civic model where citizens band together to provide services the government does not Philanthropic patronage by the wealthy A rights and entitlements model where groups serving the public interest claim a share of public taxation funds The Competitive market stage where nonprofits must compete with each other in the marketplace of donor support. Please visit [more]
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  • 3. Methodology The proposed research project is going to be a combination of qualitative and quantitative research. The data are going to be collected in field work through face to face interviewed questionnaires with both close and open-ended questions. Sample size of this research project is going to be 120questionnaires with a 25 minutes length; the targeted group is the customers who shop at St. David’s who are going to be interviewed in St. David’sarea but outside of... [more]
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  • 3.2.1 Respecting autonomy… Do the objectives or methodology of the research fail to respect autonomy by, for example, deceit, dishonesty, the invading of privacy, breaking confidentiality or by using data in ways not clearly stated to researchers and subjects? These subjects may include people who are not actively involved in the research but about whom data is used. Are all likely participants, including subjects and researchers, fully informed of the nature of the research before... [more]
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  • In the past Propipe’s directors have written down as little as possible, and made ad hoc decisions concerning their employees. They have always complied with legal requirements, but not thought much beyond that. They determine pay and other employment terms, and have never had to consider dealing with a trade union. The directors now feel that with relocation they will have to take a more organised and strategic approach. They recognise that if the firm is to grow further, it will... [more]
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