Study

Theory of Approach on Case Study

According to Herzberg’s theory, an employee motivation is realized with challenging but enjoyable work where efforts and achievement are recognized and rewarded. According to Herzberg, there are two main factors that influence employee’s motivation. On one hand, there are intrinsic factors that emphasize on following the desire to grow psychologically. On the other hand, there are extrinsic factors that assert work dissatisfactions stems from desires to avoid unpleasant experiences.

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Athletes

Reform in the NCAA: Compensation of College Athletes

College sports tournaments attract a lot of attention. This led to the commercialization of matches by the NCAA and individual colleges. Businesses are also collaborating with these event organizers by selling broadcasting rights and airtime for advertisements during broadcasts. The NCAA promotes the sports industry, which is worth over $11 billion (Eldeman, 63).

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Education

 History of Special Education Law

The Venn diagram drawn above depicts the relationship between the Education for All (EFA) Handicapped Children 1975 and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) of 2004. The differences are indicated under each title of the major circles while the similarities noted in the central oval that encompasses both circles.

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Synthesis

Synthesis Essay on the Past, Present, and Future of Gun Control

Gun control alludes to laws or arrangements that control the production, deal, exchange, ownership, alteration, or utilization of guns. The laws are varied in different countries around the globe (Celinska 233). Historically, the debate on gun control has faced many amendments in law, based on the disagreements among key government stakeholders. The two groups of gun control and rights to gun ownership are always in controversy on the stringent gun control issue. 

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Relations

Technology and Social Relations

I obtained this book through Google books. Gunilla Bradley is a scholar with wide background in many areas. She possesses Bachelor’s degrees in sociology, pedagogics, psychology, and ethnography. She also pursued Medical studies in Karolinska Institute, in Sweden. She became a licensed psychologist in 1972. In 1973, at Gothenburg University, she attained a Ph. D in Educational Psychology. In 1984, she attained a full professorship in Technology and Social Change.

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