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Family & Consumer Science Annotated Bibliography

UK Food Retail Sector
This has been accomplished through one of the most determined food retail sectors in the European Union. A considerable strength employed by Ogbonna and Whipp is the use of strategy, tradition and human resource management to foster the realization of commentator’s strategic management when selling foods and drinks. However, the phenomenon used to illustrate the impact of human resource management imposition in the food retail sector is too complicated. Eventually, the article does not
Pages: 12 (3000 words), Annotated Bibliography
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Organically Produced Food Improves Human
Pest-resistant crops and herbicide tolerant crops have decreased the application of pesticides and herbicides, which in turn has decreased soil erosion because there is no farm cultivation or tilling. In return, there has been high agricultural production. Taverne (2012) argues that organic farming methods wastes land since they use less land. Further, there is no prove that organically produced foods are more nutritious than genetically produced foods. Therefore, there is the need to change
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Annotated Bibliography
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Annotated References Paper
In fact, triangulation could be the best approach to take when conducting such a study. Therefore, other methods such as structured interviews, questionnaires, observation could have been used to provide a comprehensive analysis.Gillespie’s study indicated that the number of childless mothers in America has also increased. She noted that this problem has contributed to the cultural discussion on womanliness and experience in motherhood. The article looked at how cultural discussions of
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Annotated Bibliography
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The affect of income and family structure on child education
Level of the impact of the parents’ income on the child’s education depends on the source of the income which matters to the child as well as the child’s race.The conclusion drawn by the author is that as the size of the income decreases, the impact on the child’s educational attainment reduces. When the income is low for an extended period of time, the effects on the child’s education also tend to be extended. When however the parent has low income for only a short period of time,
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Annotated Bibliography
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The affect of income and family structure on child education in the United States between 2000 and 2014
They concluded that in blended families the mother is the balanced entity who distributes all resources equally in her children, even if the father in the unequal distributor of the resources between his step children and biological children. Nuclear families are traditional families and the parents almost always distribute the resources equally between the children. In this research, many factors such as stress and family relations are not considered and the conclusions are exclusive of these
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Annotated Bibliography
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