The White Australia Policy describes Australia's previous approach to immigration which favoured applicants from certain countries. The first Act of Parliament passed after Federation was the Immigration Restriction Act (1901), better known as the “White Australia Policy”. The intention was to promote a homogenous population similar to that in Britain. Under “White Australia” only Europeans, and then mainly northern Europeans, could immigrate to Australia. The main method prescribed by the legislation for the administration of the White Australia Policy was a dictation test of fifty words in length. The test was carried out by Australian Customs officers and could be conducted in any European language nominated by the Officer. If a person failed the test, they were refused entry into Australia or, if they were already here, imprisoned for 6 months and generally ordered to leave. The Dictation Test was administered 805 times in 1902–03 with 46 people passing and 554 times in 1904–09 with only six people successful. After 1909 no person passed the Dictation Test. The abolition of the White Australia policy took place over a period of 25 years, with the final vestiges being removed in 1973 by the Whitlam Labor Government. What makes it hot?
The White Australia Policy discriminated against people according to their skin colour and was based on the assumption that someone with a “white” skin was superior to a person with a different skin colour. This implied that the customs, values and beliefs of people with a “white” skin colour were also superior. The policy is an example of overt discrimination, racism and xenophobia.
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ii. Capital and labor Cost
b. How to achieve economies of Scales
c. How to achieve economies of Scope
5. Pricing Practices (Ten)
a. Cost-Plus Pricing
6. Market Structure Analysis
a. Type of Market (Namm)
b. Market Share (Namm)
c. Competitors Analysis (Namm)
i. Direct and Indirect Competitors Identification
d. Profit Maximization Strategy(Namm)
e. SWOT Analysis (Namm)
f. Competitive Strategy
i. Product (Gift)
7. Macro Economics Factor Analysis (Ten)
c. Business Cycle
Managerial economics is the foundation of business analysis and strategy. This subject explains how to make more profitable business decisions and why learning about economics theory is valuable in learning how to run a business. Managerial economics applies the most useful concepts and theories from two closely related areas of economics, microeconomics and industrial organization to create a systematic, logical way of analyzing business practices and tactic designed to get the most profit, as well as formulating strategies for sustaining or protecting these profits in the long run.
In this project report, we have chosen CP ALL Public Company Limited as a case study of how we can use the economics theories and knowledge to apply to the real world business. We began with data...
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Ganglia is a scalable distributed system monitor tool for high-performance computing systems such as clusters and grids. It allows the user to remotely view live or historical statistics (such as CPUload averages or network utilization) for all machines that are being monitored.
1.1 Ganglia Monitoring Daemon (gmond)
1.2 Ganglia Meta Daemon (gmetad)
1.3 Ganglia PHP Web Front-end
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It is based on a hierarchical design targeted at federations of clusters. It relies on a multicast-based listen/announce protocol to monitor state within clusters and uses a tree of point-to-point connections amongst representative cluster nodes to federate clusters and aggregate their state. It leverages widely used technologies such as XML for data representation, XDR for compact, portable data transport, and RRDtool for data storage and visualization. It uses carefully engineered data structures and algorithms to achieve very low per-node overheads and high concurrency. The implementation is robust, has been ported to an extensive set of operating systems and processor architectures, and is currently in use on...
...In 1066 the Battle of Hastings began when King Edward the Confessor died leaving Harold Godwinson to be king. This is what triggered the Battle of Hastings; the Norman king William claimed to have been promised the throne of England by Edward. So when word got to the Normans that Harold had been crowned king of England they were outraged and built an army big enough to wipe out the whole of the British army. There are many reasons for the Saxon’s losing the Battle of Hastings but, in thisessay I will only be looking at a few: The Norman’s upper hands in their luck and strengths and The Saxon lack of luck and their weaknesses.
The first point I am going to be looking at is the Norman’s strengths. The Norman’s strong and large force was at a massive advantage completely out numbering the Saxon’s by thousands. The army was strong and willing to fight till the death. Some of that army was built up with horse men; also known as cavalry, these horses were specially bred and trained to be strong and agile with the ability to bite and kick their opponents. Also the Norman army had archers armed with a bow and some arrows fired up into the Saxon’s shield wall. Again they had the advantage with cunning tactics; pretending to run away but as the Saxon’s chased after them they turned around and slaughtered the isolated Saxon soldiers. This also helped as it broke the chain in the shield wall allowing the Normans to pour in in there thousands. But they didn’t win the...
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...Writing Your Argument Essay
Now that you are familiar with techniques for analyzing an argument, it is time to discuss techniques that will help you write effective critique. Again, you will have 30minutes to complete this portion of the test and, luckily, there are only 5 steps you need to take. As with the Analysis of an Issue section, we will create some formulas to simplify the task. Plugging information into these formulas will help you organize your ideas and prepare you for your critique.
Step 1- Understanding the Argument
Remember that your goal in the Argument section is to analyze the given argument. You cannot effectively analyze the argument until you completely understand it. To understand the argument, first read it and then answer the following question. Keep in mind that you have a short amount of time, so spend more time mulling over the questions than jotting down notes. If you do write notes, make sure they are just short words and phrases that will help you formulate a plan, not long notations that will take time to write and then review.
Identify the conclusion.
What premises does the author to support the conclusion?
What fallacies or flaws do you recognize in the argument?
What assumptions are made in the argument?
What does the argument fail to address?
What necessary evidence is omitted from the argument?
Step 2- Developing Your Thesis
Your thesis statement will set up your entire essay by letting the...
...exhibited in the reputation it gained
when it was released nationwide; European, Canadian and Australian audiences were all intrigued
by the unfamiliar concepts, and it became very popular.
By having new media incorporated into another society, it does not change the audience as to
convert them, rather giving them access to new content. It is possible to apply the uses and
gratifications theory on audiences here; although they cannot relate to the text as such, they are
using it as a means of entertainment; to escape from the “everyday problems and routine”. The
new media also gives audiences access to a type of culutural transmission; no doubt, a key to
learning about other societies without ever leaving home. This is also relative to how technology
has changed audiences, as well as this mass unification of the world’s media.
Access to media from across the world undoubtedly has made audiences more aware and is likely
to have caused audience’s behavior to have changed. For example, have audiences from England
become more violent as a result of seeing so much violence (mainly including guns) from
American media? It is interesting to consider this whilst looking at the such concepts as the media
effects model, as well as David Gauntlett’s argument against it. It is very possible that the
violence portrayed and increased rates of crime and violence, are directly relational; that the
media is having such a dramatic effect as to cause audiences to...
Identify one health care bill and discuss how it could change direct service delivery in the community and public health care setting.
Hello Mr./Mrs. Congressman,
I’m writing you on behalf of the Healthcare Controlled Substances Bill; this is the biggest Healthcare Issue of Session 2012. This law prohibits against the unauthorized possession of drugs that the government has determined to be dangerous, habit-forming, or otherwise not appropriate for use without a prescription (2015). This bill focuses on five areas which are: “(Implements additional regulation of opioid treatment centers (Methadone Clinics); • Establishes licensing and regulation of Chronic Pain Clinics; • Establishes review capabilities of the Controlled Substances Database under the Board of Pharmacy to flag abnormal or unusual usage patterns of controlled substances by patients and unusual prescribing or dispensing patterns by licensed practitioners; • Implements a requirement for continued education for physicians and other prescribers, dispensers and persons who administer controlled substances; and, • Regulates the sale of pseudoephedrine)”,(2012).This bill could change the direct service delivery to the community by either helping or hindering the chance of substance abuse. With today’s society leaning towards alcohol and drug abuse whether legal or illegal drugs our government should apply strict laws that don’t allow free gain of drugs. The passing of such bill...