The ways in which these social structures can affect certain groups as a whole determine the successes and drawbacks of an individual’s life. Using a group centered approach as a tool to identify these structural inequalities is essential because it is only after structural inequalities are defined that we can then work to remedy them. In order to accurately judge what is just and fair and what is not, structural inequalities must be identified. A focus on groups allows this particular kind of inequality to come into focus, subsequently enabling us to move forward and address the inequality. Young asserts that “evaluating inequality in terms of social groups enables us to claim that some inequalities are unjust because such group-based comparison helps reveal important aspects of institutional relations and processes” (Young 2001, pg 2).
Keywords Brassica species; taxonomy; chromosome number; genomic relationships; geographical distribution; origin; domestication; breeding systems; biochemical markers. Introduction The genus Brassica L. belonging to the family Brassicaceae, plays an important role in agriculture and horticulture, as well as contributing both to the economy and health of populations around the world (Rakow, 2004; El-Esawi, 2012; El-Esawi et al., 2012a). It includes a diverse group of species comprising major vegetable and oilseed crops with a wide range of agronomic traits (Rich, 1991; Christopher et al., 2005). Brassica species are important sources of
But it can also trigger burst of positive energy as an anger to another person/company can increase productivity and this kind of person will work more to be more successful than his competitors. Thus, not only positive emotions are important in the workplace. Second term that needs to be define
Merton recognised 'Conformity ' and adherence to cultural goals and values as the most primary reason for prevailing unsanctioned economic activities and crime. The phenomena that Merton 's theory indicates towards can be successfully explained with the help of an example of how people achieve or strive to achieve economic success. For instance, in the U.S which has a capitalist system, everybody is motivated to attain financial profitability for a greater sense of positive identity. There are two legally approved ways of accomplishing this task, education and work. However, not everyone may have access to equal opportunities because of brokered access or discrimination on the basis of class, gender, race, sexuality etc.
There are proprietary technology, managerial know-how, favorable access to raw materials, and learning-curve cost advantages. They can take the cost advantages of the existing firms, but the increases cost will reduce the potential profit. Lastly, the government policy will enhance the cost of entry into the industry that means the government regulated monopoly to ensure the affordable product
Port attracted industry refers to those employed in firms attracted to the region because of the presence of the port. The port induced industry refers to those employed in firms that have expanding their markets by exporting through the port. A similar way of classifying the economic impact of ports is the Dutch functional approach, which classifies them into either direct economic effects, backward linkages or forward linkages. (Bossche van den 1997). Without the existence of a port in a region, a lot of these forms of employment would not be available for the people of the area.
Thorstein believed that people liked to consume, and own all sore of goods. This sociologist also thought that the highest class population could accumulate wealth to maintain a good social status, feel secure, being able to pass the heritance and feel comfortable with the economic status. People thought that they should accumulate or posses as much as others, or even more than the others. Men liked to compare themselves with others, as well as having a big ego, and wanting to stay in a good social status”Anon,
MEASURING HRD CLIMATE i) Economic Condition An organisational economic condition has an impact on its culture in many ways like the more successful or prosperous organisation spends more on research and also they afford more risk. ii) Leadership Style Leadership style plays a key role in shaping HRD climate. An autocratic style of leadership may allow high position structure, low individual autonomy and reward orientation, low warmth and support and so
The study applied Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) to capture the performance of ports for global shipping and the selection criteria including port administration, geographical location, terminal cost and port management. Referring to AHP result, it summarized cost consideration is crucial criteria to select port for shipping operation. Terminal operators are significant facilitators of global trade. The operators help to shape up the comparative advantages and potential competitiveness
The people, their skills – inherent and learnt, availability of raw material, climatic conditions give countries an advantage over others. This is another reason that necessitates Foreign Trade. Economic Development There is often diversity in the economic growth rate of different countries. While some countries are developed, some are underdeveloped and some others are developing. Underdeveloped and developing countries depend on for capital which further increases the need for Foreign Trade.