Session 2 – 8 th October 2007 Amos Haniff School of Management & Languages. Dissertation & Research Methods. Example research projects. How does on-line gambling effect productivity in the workplace? How do advances in telecommunications effect the work-life balance of ….?
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“The article appeared on Thursday morning. It expressed exactly what I felt. I believe people at home has a right to know the truth. The Irish fans are celebrated for the support they give the team”.
Porter (1980) suggests that a firm can gain a competitive advantage through focusing on a particular buyer group
A firm can gain a competitive advantage through focusing on a particular buyer group(Porter 1980)
“A firm can gain a competitive advantage through focusing on a particular buyer group”(Porter 1980, p.123)
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Figure 21: Population of developing countries
Source: Smith, J.P. (1999) Developing countries. Joe Press. NY. pp.53
“Plagiarism involves the act of taking the ideas, writings or inventions of another person and using these as if they were one’s own, whether intentionally or not.”