Research question

Specifying the research question is the methodological point of departure of scholarly research in both the natural and social sciences. The research will answer the question posed. At an undergraduate level, the answer to the research question is the thesis statement. The answer to a research question will help address a "research problem" which is a problem "readers think is worth solving". Specifying the research question is one of the first methodological steps the investigator has to take when undertaking research. The research question must be accurately and clearly defined.

YES Snowboards

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YES Snowboards is manufacturer of snowboards. It was founded in 2009 and is based in Europe. The company was founded by DCP (David Carrier-Porcheron), Romain De Marchi, JP Solberg and Tadashi Fuse who all got fired from their jobs at Burton Snowboards and created their own brand in collaboration with Nidecker. The new company established its name in the industry in a relatively short period of time. All YES models were manufactured in the GST factory in Austria before gradually moving production to the SWS factory in Dubai starting in 2014. The GST factory closed in 2016. The YES designers receive R&D input of some top-level freestyle snowboarders.

Leo Tolstoy

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Vladimir Nabokov heaped superlatives upon The Death of Ivan Ilyich and Anna Karenina; he questioned, however, the reputation of War and Peace, and sharply criticized Resurrection and The Kreutzer Sonata. After reading Schopenhauer's The World as Will and Representation, Tolstoy gradually became converted to the ascetic morality upheld in that work as the proper spiritual path for the upper classes: "Do you know what this summer has meant for me?

The YES! Association

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The '''YES! Association (also known by its Swedish name, Föreningen JA!''') is an art collective based in Sweden. The collective was founded in 2005 and continues to be active today. The collective creates art through the use of enactments and performances. The YES! Association is known primarily for art exhibitions that deal with themes of gender, sexuality, race, and capitalism. The YES! Association was founded in 2005. It originated out of an art exhibition entitled “Art Feminism - strategies and effects in Sweden from the 1970’s until today”. Responding to a perceived lack of equity in Swedish public art institutions, members of the YES!

Logos

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He defines artistic proofs as arguments that the rhetor generates and creates on their own. Examples of these include relationships, testimonies, and conjugates. He defines inartistic proofs as arguments that the rhetor quotes using information from a non-self-generated source. Examples of these include laws, contracts, and oaths. Following one of the other meanings of the word, Aristotle gave logos a different technical definition in the Rhetoric, using it as meaning argument from reason, one of the three modes of persuasion.

How Much Land Does a Man Need?

His servant buries him in an ordinary grave only six feet long, thus answering the question posed in the title of the story. Late in life, James Joyce wrote to his daughter that it is "the greatest story that the literature of the world knows"; Ludwig Wittgenstein was another well-known admirer. Motifs from the short story are used in the 1969 West German film Scarabea: How Much Land Does a Man Need? directed by Hans-Jürgen Syberberg. - a collection including How Much Land Does a Man Need?

Maria Gaidar

Maria Yegorovna Gaidar (Мари́я Его́ровна Гайда́р, Марія Єгорівна Гайдар; 1990–2004 Smirnova ; born 21 October 1982, Moscow) — Russian and Ukrainian state and public figure, politician. Deputy of the Odessa regional council from 30 May 2015. She has been external adviser to President of Ukraine since 28 March 2017.

What About Bob?

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What About Bob? is a 1991 American black comedy film directed by Frank Oz and starring Bill Murray and Richard Dreyfuss. Murray plays Bob Wiley, an irritating patient who follows his egotistical psychiatrist Dr. Leo Marvin (Dreyfuss) on vacation. When the unstable Bob befriends the other members of Marvin's family, it pushes the doctor over the edge.

Young European Socialists

ECOSY - Young European SocialistsEuropean Council of Socialist Youth
The organisation's name was changed to Young European Socialists (YES) at the 11th Congress in Bommersvik in 2013.

Youth Empowerment Scheme

The Youth Empowerment Scheme, or YES, is a charity in Belfast that offers a mentoring service to children between 11 and 14 years old. YES was established in 2001 by participants on the Washington Ireland Program including Chris Johnston, Ryan Moffett, Sarah Quinlan and Andrea Erskine and was based on Teamwork for Tomorrow, a similar scheme run by students at Notre Dame University, United States. In 2004 YES was awarded the BT Link Award for Challenge with the University of Ulster. The Youth Empowerment Scheme aims at empowering the young people of Belfast and encouraging them to be active citizens in their city.

Closed-ended question

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A closed-ended question refers to any question for which a researcher provides research participants with options from which to choose a response. Open-ended questions are sometimes phrased as a statement which requires a response. A closed-ended question contrasts with an open-ended question, which cannot easily be answered with specific information.

Rhetoric

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To others, however, that is the preeminent point: is the rhetoric strategically effective and what did the rhetoric accomplish? This question allows a shift in focus from the speaker's objectives to the effects and functions of the rhetoric itself. Rhetorical strategies are the efforts made by authors to persuade or inform their readers. Rhetorical strategies are employed by writers and refer to the different ways they can persuade the reader. According to Gray, there are various argument strategies used in writing. He describes four of these as argument from analogy, argument from absurdity, thought experiments, and inference to the best explanation.

Youth Energy Squad (Y.E.S)

Youth Energy Squad is a student-run, non-profitable green Project Based on Exchange (PBoX) established by AIESEC by University Sains Malaysia. It is a youth platform which promotes the awareness of energy usage and also to ensure sustainable project impacts on energy wastage issue.

Athens

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Athens Museums Information – Guide with pictures, visitor comments and reviews. Travel. Athens – The Greek National Tourism Organization. This is Athens – The official City of Athens guide. Athens Urban Transport Organisation. Visual. Timelapse video of Athens Timelapse showing Athens in the Attica region. Athens 1973. Athens In Pictures. Athens Photo Guide.

Youth Entrepreneurship and Sustainability

Today, YES is recognized as an international leader in youth employment and entrepreneurship that has facilitated the creation of over 50 YES Country Networks, that has laid the foundation for promoting in-country youth employment and entrepreneurship programs. YES’ impact is demonstrated through the over 400 youth-led projects and programs in over fifty countries, primarily in developing nations in Africa, South America, and Asia. YES Networks have impacted about one million young people during their first decade, according to an independent study.

Job interview

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Applicants' negative reactions to structured interviews may be reduced by providing information about the job and organization. Providing interview questions to applicants before the interview, or telling them how their answers will be evaluated, are also received positively. The type of questions asked can affect applicant reactions. General questions are viewed more positively than situational or behavioral questions and 'puzzle' interview questions may be perceived as negative being perceived unrelated to the job, unfair, or unclear how to answer.

Chaerephon

In Plato's Apology, an account of the Trial of Socrates in 399 BCE, Socrates calls Chaerephon his longtime friend and the friend of many present. Socrates says that Chaerephon is now deceased but indicates that his brother is in attendance at the trial. Socrates suggests that Chaerephon had a reputation for being impetuous and we learn that it was Chaerephon who journeyed to Delphi to ask the Delphic oracle who was the wisest of men. (The oracle replied that there was none wiser than Socrates.) Socrates also alludes to a period of exile which was endured by Chaerephon and some others present.

YES (Lithuania)

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YES – Homeland Revival and Perspective (TAIP – Tėvynės atgimimas ir perspektyva) was a centre-right political party in Lithuania. The party was founded by Artūras Zuokas, the Mayor of Vilnius, in 2011.

Bloom's taxonomy

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Bloom's taxonomy can be used as a teaching tool to help balance assessment and evaluative questions in class, assignments and texts to ensure all orders of thinking are exercised in students' learning, including aspects of information searching. The skill development that takes place at these higher orders of thinking interacts well with a developing global focus on multiple literacies and modalities in learning and the emerging field of integrated disciplines.