Important Essays

Important Factor

Two of my closest friends agreed to be interviewed about their parents. One of them is Kimberly. Kim is a very brave girl who happened to have her parents both working, and do not have time to talk to her and spend time with her. Whenever she had an assignment, she always do it all by herself. However, when I asked her if there’s a chance that she talked to her mother and father, she simply said “seldom have we…

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Why Is Credentialing Important

Physicians in general often undergo credentialing by the medical institutions and managed care organizations they want to work for and be affiliated with. Such organizations include hospitals, health maintenance organizations (HMOs), and preferred provider organizations (PPOs) which are responsible in providing quality services to their subscribers (Sobelman, 2001). According to Freed et al (2006, p. 913) “credentialing is a systematic approach to the collection, review, and verification of a practitioner’s professional qualification”. A practitioner’s qualification can be assessed based on…

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The Most Important Event in My Life

The United States of America is a democratic society. I came from Ukraine, which is also a democratic society nowadays, but only for a little more than ten years, and the difference between the patterns of people’s behavior and interaction in the USA and Ukraine is very big. What I see in America teaches me that democracy is not just some formal political procedures allowing all the citizens to take part in making the government and influence its politics. Democracy,…

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Who Are the Key Stakeholders_

Stakeholders are people who may be affected by or have an effect on an effort. They may also include people who have a strong interest in their business. Stakeholders are generally said to have an interest in an effort or organization based on whether they can affect or be affected by it. The more they stand to benefit or lose by it, the stronger their interest is likely to be. The more heavily involved they are in the effort or…

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Important Details

Almost from its very beginnings mimetology has looked to ancient Greece for its proof texts. For both Rene Girard’s hypotheses surrounding the ethical and ethnological implications of mimetic desire and Eric Gans’s identification of the part played by mimetic resentment in cultural evolution, the texts of Homer and the tragedians have served (in the words of Walter Burkert) as “a mirror in which the basic orders of life, lying far behind us, become visible with an almost classical clarity” (xxiii)….

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