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Business Intelligence and Analytics Systems for Decision Support

Critical appraisal of player performance of NUFC by implementing and developing Business Intelligence /Data Analytics system

Introduction

Business Intelligence and Analytics Systems for Decision Support can be used for the player performance analysis and appraisal. Business Intelligence and Analytics Systems for Decision Support help for making effective decision along with data analysis regarding the performance of the company. Here, Newcastle United Football Club (NUFC) is a renowned football industry which has so many remarkable achievements overs the years. While observing the current situation of NUFC, it is seen that turnover scenario of NUFC is not increasing well compare to the previous financial statement and it is being incurred for last 5 years. Similarly, the profit scenario of NUFC is also …

Female Inmates in Prison

How Comfortable is a Prison for Female Inmates in Bangladesh?

Introduction

Female Inmates in Prison is very concerning issue in recent times because female inmates are often harassed, and jail officials extort payments from inmates. Punishment refers to using coercive power to impose the country’s law, which is one of the components of modern society. The government has a responsibility to provide an utterly peaceful civilization and way of life. Because of the lack of justice, the legislation loses its force, resulting in a culture being unable to maintain sequence and officials being unable to protect its citizens.

Nonetheless, people often question reparative methods to regulate crime, including reforming prisoners, fundamental human rights. According to psychotherapists, criminologists, and physiologists, can …

Hosting World Cup

Hosting FIFA World Cup on the basis of Economic, Environmental and Social Perspective

Introduction

The World Cup is called for the fact that it is a worldwide competition. The term “world” is derived from the Old English word “woruld,” which means “humanity.” The term “cup” is derived from the Old English word “cuppe,” which means “small vessel for holding liquids.” A trophy featuring a sculpture carrying a big cup was the initial reward for winning the World Cup. The Hosting World Cup by FIFA is an international football event held every four years among senior men’s domestic leagues from nations that are participants of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association, the championship’s administrative organization (FIFA). Every championship draws millions of …

New Zealand Transportation

New Zealand Transportation

The role of the New Zealand Transportation governed by the government is to improve the overall transport system including the road, air, rail, marine. It requires a huge range of  by the New Zealand’s government from New Zealand Transportation governed by the government to extend the scope of improvement in this sector by proper planning and funding activities, along with this it require the supporting of public transport to build as well as improve the overall communication system.  The role of the New Zealand Transportation governed by the government to provide the road safety in the driving circumstances, efficiency in freight system, effective and efficient driver,  and public transport effectiveness. In a broader context, The transport system …

BECKER Whose Side Are We On

Literature Review of “BECKER Whose side are we on”

It is more or less clear that if the researchers do not take the one side for justifying the issue, then the concluding remarks could not be submitted by him and then it will be very difficult to draw the concluding remarks.  There are some issues of biasness regarding taking the side of whom. From ethical point of view, it is very much clear that researchers will take the side on the basis of ethical dimension that means he or she will take side of legal law, legal right as he can compare between what is right or wrong. Now back to the Becker point of view to his article, it …

Language of Things

Topic: Language of Things

According to Benjamin this language of things is mute, it is magical and its medium is a material community. Thus, we have to assume that there is a language of stones, pans and cardboard boxes. Lamps speak as if inhabited by spirits. Mountains and foxes are involved in discourse. High-rise buildings chat with each other. Paintings gossip. (Deyan, 2012)

But Benjamin’s idea of translation – at least in this text – boldly ignores this obvious and perhaps banal feature of translation. And thus, an entirely different concept of the politics of translation emerges. Instead of national languages, which are only mentioned passingly in this text, he focuses on what I would call languages of practice: the …

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