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History of Indian Boarding Schools

Indian Boarding Schools were implemented in the late 19th century they were designed to assimilate Indians in the American way of life. They believed if they could teach the Indians to read, write, and function within the white society that it would alleviate tensions between the Indians and the whites. In the Indian Boarding Schools Native Americans were not allowed to wear clothing from their tribes, speak in their native language, or practice any of their cultural beliefs. The primary purpose of Indian Boarding Schools was to remove the children of Native Americans from tribal areas and the teachings of their cultural beliefs to essentially kill out the Indian traditions. “Reformers hoped that an education grounded in Western academics and buttressed by vocational training and stern discipline would detribalize Native American children and, in so doing, lead to their Americanization.” (Townsend, 375). They believed that they could combat the brutality of the Native Americans by utilizing teachers and retraining the children in the ways of the whites. In this paper we will look at the reasoning for boarding schools and focus on two individuals that were against the boarding school methods. Indian Boarding Schools were designed and implemented in order to eradicate the Native American culture by utilizing “a standing army of schoolteachers, armed with ideas, winning victories by industrial training, and by the gospel of love and the gospel of work.” (Townsend, 375). The Indian office had started to build Boarding Schools on larger reservations, however with the school being on the reservations this allowed the children to still have interactions with their families and still be engrained with their culture. Even though the schools were pushing a different methodology to the children the ability for the children to speak in their own language and to participate in cultural traditions it was not an effective method to Americanize the children. Boarding Schools were being placed in various areas and were seemed to be a method to Americanize the Indians by most. There were two main characters that were against Indian Boarding schools and were vocal about their opposition Henry Ward Beecher and Sitting Bull both were against Indian Boarding Schools based on their own upbringing and life. Henry Ward Beecher was a “liberal U.S. Congregational minister whose oratorical skill and social concern made him one of the most influential Protestant spokesmen of his time.” (, 2019). He became a very successful preacher and lecturer, and furthered his influence with writings in 1844, Seven Lectures to Young Men that were “vivid exhortations on the vices and dangers in a frontier community.” (, 2019). Beecher took over the Plymouth Church in 1847 where he would draw weekly crowds of over 2500 people. With the massive crowds that he drew it gave him an outlet to profess his view of topics that included national and international issues. Henry Beecher became an influential member when talking about the issues that were affecting the United States such as slavery, and the treatment of the Native Americans. On January 5,1861 the New York Times wrote an article about Beecher and his speech that was given to his congregation on January 4, 1861. In this article there is a written transcript of his speech in which he states “We have heaped up the accounts of their treacheries and cruelties, but we have not narrated the provocations. Every crime in the calendar of wrong, which a strong, people can commit against a weak one, has been committed by us. We have, wasted their substance, provoked their hostilities, and then chastised them for their wars. We have compelled them to peace ignominious, formed treaties only to be broken, filched their possessions. In our presence they have withered and wasted.” (, 2019). Beecher was not afraid to speak of the actions that he thought were wrong and not getting the attention that was needed in order to make a difference. Beecher was against the methods that were being utilized by the United States to try and Americanize the Native American population. “The common schools are the stomachs of the country in which all people that come to us are assimilated within a generation. When a lion eats an ox, the lion does not become an ox, but the ox becomes a lion.” (Beecher). In this quote he is stating that the method being utilized to convert Indians is by swallowing them up in American teachings and traditions and not allowing them to practice their faith. With the eradication of one’s faith and teachings you tend to make these people slaves to a foreign concept of self being. Along with Beecher Sitting Bull was an important member in fighting against the Indian Boarding Schools. Sitting Bull was another proponent against the use of Boarding Schools to Americanize tribal youth. Sitting Bull was an important member in the Sioux tribe and started to exert his influence when he was a young man. “He joined his first war party at age 14 and soon gained a reputation for fearlessness in battle. He became a leader of the powerful Strong Heart warrior society and, later, was a participant in the Silent Eaters, a select group concerned with tribal welfare.” (, 2019). During his time of fighting with the warriors of the tribe he faced the formidable whites in a few battles and that is when he vowed to never let his people be placed on reservations. He was involved in numerous skirmishes against the whites due to the invasion on their land and ruining of their hunting grounds which affected the Indian economy. Throughout the years the Sioux battled the whites but could not continue this course due the loses that were suffered during every skirmish. The Sioux ended up making Sitting Bull the Chief of the hunting Sioux in 1866 and was later named the principal chief of the Sioux in 1867. “In 1868 the Sioux accepted peace with the U.S. government on the basis of the Second Treaty of Fort Laramie, which guaranteed the Sioux a reservation in what is now southwestern South Dakota.” (, 2019). Sitting Bull was trying to make sure the members of his tribe were safe and able to get the necessary items for survival in signing the treaty and moving to the reservation. When gold was found in the area of their reservation and they were forced to move this made Sitting Bull weary of the reservation system and of the government and their deals. Throughout numerous battles between the Sioux and the whites through the 1870’s Sitting Bull’s influence was raised by the “vision” he had of the battles. The battle of little bighorn was a swing in the perception of Sitting Bull because the tribe thought his magical powers brought them the victory. “Although Sitting Bull survived, an aroused and vengeful army forced him to flee to Canada.” (, 2019). Sitting Bull returned to the United States in 1881 and was arrested and held by the army for years at Ft. Randall. Even though he was held as a prisoner he was still influential and utilized by the government for different reasons. Throughout his life he had different interactions with the whites and the United States government which would give him an insight into different aspects of political interactions between the tribes and the whites. There were numerous people that were influential in the utilization of Boarding Schools for the Americanization of the Indian children. “In autumn 1879, Captain Richard Henry Pratt founded Carlisle Indian Industrial School, housed in outdated and unused military barracks in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.” (Townsend, 375). Pratt believed that it was not the person but the cultural traditions that made Indians unable to coexist in the American society. He believed that if you removed the children from the tribal influence and immerse them in an American cultural setting you could remove the Indian from them and make them an American. In Pratts words “the schools curriculum, system of discipline, and acculturation by immersion would altogether ‘kill the Indian and save the man.’” (Townsend, 376). Sitting Bull believed the opposite of what was being professed by Pratt in the fact that if he was supposed to be a white man, he would have been made that way. This can be seen in his quote “If the Great Spirit had desired me to be a white man, he would have made me so in the first place. He put in your heart certain wishes and plans; in my heart he put other and different desires. Each man is good in the sight of the Great Spirit. It is not necessary, that eagles should be crows.” (Sitting Bull). This is an important aspect that I believe both Sitting Bull and Henry Beecher were trying to get across to the American people of the time. Boarding Schools like Carlisle were on the rise after the few success stories that came from Carlisle. The utilization of boarding schools angered Indian parents, especially schools like Carlisle that were not located on the reservations. The utilization of removing children from their tribes and taking them to a boarding school made it easier for the Americanization of the young children. “Years passed with only the most minimal contact between parents and child” (Townsend, 379) and when the children finally went home now as adults, they were no longer the person they were when they were taken. Beecher and Sitting Bull were both had the same mindset but in different ideology of if they were meant to be white, they would have been created that way, since they were not why change what God created and assimilate them into another culture. References: Britannica, T. E. (2019, March 04). Henry Ward Beecher. Retrieved from HENRY WARD BEECHER’S DISCOURSE.; THE NORTH’S RESPONSIBILITY. SERMON. THIS NATION NO ONE TO STAND UP INDIANS. NATIONAL SIN-SLAVERY. PARTNER IN THE SLAVE SYSTEM. (1861, January 05). Retrieved from Little, B. (2017, August 16). How Boarding Schools Tried to ‘Kill the Indian’ Through Assimilation. Retrieved from Editors, H. (2009, November 09). Sitting Bull. Retrieved from Britannica, T. E. (2019, April 30). Sitting Bull. Retrieved from Townsend, K. W. (2019). First Americans: A history of native peoples. New York, NY: Routledge. The purpose of this assignment is to begin exploring mental health as a problem. Access the article (linked above) and write a summary of the article’s implications for mental health practice and policy. If editorials or columnists’ opinions are collected, make sure to provide your own opinions supporting or rejecting the stated views. Include empirical information to support your views.
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Share this: Facebook Twitter Reddit LinkedIn WhatsApp Identify how an understanding of sport development policies can support action directed towards physical inactivity Sport development policies ensure that people have access and a wider range of opportunities to participate in sport within their local community, especially in deprived areas of the community as opportunities are limited. Sport development policies target individuals to become more physically active as this has not only benefits for the individual but also for society. Figures show that in 2016 one in four women and one in five men in England are classed as physically inactive as they do less than 30 minutes of moderate physical activity per week.(GOV.UK.2016) Which clearly indicates that it is an issue in England, sport development policies include government funding into sports schemes. Sport schemes like Sport England, Sainsbury’s School games and PE lessons in primary schools are all funded by the government. The World Health Organization suggest that ‘physical activity can be undertaken in many different ways: walking, cycling, sports and active forms of recreation.’ (Godbey, G.C., Caldwell, L.L., Floyd, M. and Payne, L.L., 2005.). Physical inactivity is a clear global and generational issue as 3 in 4 adolescents do not meet the recommendations for physical activity set by the World Health Organization. Sport development policies are essential to promote physical activity, alongside improving society’s knowledge on what is considered to be a physical activity. Physical activity not only improves self- esteem and social factors but it also benefits your health as it can help prevent numerous chronic conditions ranging from obesity, diabetes to some cancers showing the importance of sport development policies to promote physical activity. As well as physical inactivity having a negative impact on the individual themselves and their health it also has a negative impact on the government as physical inactivity is costing approximately £7.4 billion a year (Sport England). A campaign called ‘Everybody active, every day,’ was launched in October 2014 to encourage individuals to become more active. This campaign was not necessarily about funding sport schemes to begin with, its aim was to make physical activity a social norm within society. If the social norm for physical activity was encouraged from a young age then it would benefit society throughout generations as they would know no different. Professor Kevin Fenton identified that ‘ we need to make physical activity the easy, accessible and natural choice for everyone.’ This is an example of a policy that aims to integrate sport and exercise into society rather than funding programmes that only appeal to a certain number of people. Sport developments purpose is to increase number of participants and to enhance quality of performances (Green, 2005) Correlating with the pyramid model of sport development in which mass- participation sport is at the bottom and high-performance sport at the top. This campaign certainly increases the number of participants and allows mass- participation in sport as it aims to encourage every individual to participate. This campaign also supports the first component of Coakley’s theory (2011) being ‘Play’- which involves expressive activity done for its own sake: it is often spontaneous and guided by informal, emergent norms.’ The idea of social norms encouraging activity is a key point in this campaign as it aims to make physical activity the norm and not unusual. Another key national campaign is the Sainsbury’s School Games in which the National Lottery funds but it a programme that is delivered on an annual basis by the government. This is a different type of campaign as it directly aims to increase participation in sport by injecting money into sport. In 2015 726,144 children participated in the school games and 12% were young and also had a disability (Everybody Active, Every Day: Two Years On) These figures show that physical activity is accessible to everyone, as there are different levels to the school games depending on their physical ability. It ranges from intra- school competition, inter school competition to a national level. (Sport England) This helps prevent physical inactivity as it aims to motivate young children and promote enjoyment out of sport. The aim of the School Games is to promote opportunities within the community for everyone to participate in sport as well as the specific focus on improving the opportunities for disabled children in their local community. Increased opportunities to participate in sport is a key focus of sports development and this campaign increases opportunities for children as well as motivating them to develop their sports skills further to then compete at a regional and national level. This also links to Cote’s Stages of Sport Development as when children are younger as they would be when they are participating in the school games they would be in the ‘sampling’ stage of sport development. This involves a high amount of deliberate play meaning that they are playing sport purely for the enjoyment and they are participating in many different sports. As children begin to play a sport more often they will develop the skills to play that sport at a higher level and move up the stages of sport development. This shows the importance of campaigns like this one as it allows children to play sport and then begin to develop skills that they will then practice with focus on one particular sport at the top of Cote’s stages of development. Sainsbury’s school games are closely linked with Change4 Life. Another campaign that is directed towards females encourages girls and women to be more physical active. It is notified that there are increased barriers to physical activity for females, these may include gender stereotypes, a lack of motivation or careers. 2.8 million women have participated in some activity or increased their level activity since the launch of the campaign in 2015. Clearly emphasising that this policy has increased physical activity in women in particular. 37 million people saw the video on youtube promoting the campaign, showing that social media is also a key and effective factor in promoting the necessity for physical activity. (Everybody Active, Every Day: Two Years On) By promoting physical activity it reduces the likelihood of new health issues and reduces the chance of having an unhealthy lifestyle. Some health cost savings by taking part in football is £3,274 in ages between 16-29, in relation to a £21,601 health gain by taking part in football in 16-29 year olds. This clearly shows that there is a positive impact/ gain to taking part in sport both for the economy and for health benefits. Physical activity reduces health issues for example it reduces dementia by 30%, depression by up to 30% and cardiovascular disease by up to 35%. (GOV.UK. 2016) Although these campaigns and policies appear to be somewhat effective physical inactivity is still an issue in England as between 2017 and 2018 25% of people above the age of 16 were considered to be physically inactive. (GOV.UK) This perhaps shows that the policies and the funding put in place targets schools with the Sainsbury’s school games and funding for PE lessons, but there isn’t a campaign put in place to continue to promote active participation in sport after the age of 16. It has been noted that in many clinical trials physical activity interventions and campaigns have incurred benefits for both mental and physical health. This supports the idea that sport development policies need to be put in place as there is clear beneficial effects for the community. As some of the positive impacts include, an improved quality of life and a better functional capacity , meaning that it not only encourages people to be more active to improve health but it also improves their well being. This clearly demonstrates the necessity for sport’s policies and for people to become more physically active. (Penedo, F. and Dahn, J. 2005). A simple policy that could be adopted by the government in order to promote opportunities within the community for sport to take place and therefore increase the number of individuals that take part in sport are ‘Community Environmental Support.’ This policy has already been adopted in Northern Ireland and Scotland and it involves designing open spaces (green areas, parks and playgrounds) so children can play recreational sports within the community. This also encourages children to enjoy sport as they would be able to do it at their own leisure, it also enables them to have easy access to places in which they can participate in sport, by having green areas located in areas it opens up the opportunity for clubs and teams to be made. For example, parks could be a location for a match or training. This policy also involves having sports venues at a discounted price or free for students allowing them to have access to these facilities in order to participate in sport, making sport easily accessible for those who do not have a large disposable income. Sports development policies are a key factor in supporting action directed towards physical inactivity as there are numerous campaigns that are effective in reducing physical inactivity and increasing knowledge on the health impacts and benefits that go alongside being more physically active. There are also a large number of statistics that support the requirement for policies to encourage participation in sport as there were a large number of the population that were considered to be physically inactive. By some policies and campaigns being introduced like the Sainsbury’s School games it has reduced the number of children that are physically inactive and it has placed many more children on the sport development pyramid as there is mass participation in sport. Key examples of campaigns that are aimed to reduce physical inactivity are the Sainsbury’s School Games, Everybody active, every day and Change 4 life. Some key factors that impact physical inactivity are the availability of opportunities within the community, motivation, health conditions and the knowledge of the benefits that occur by being physically active. Hagger, M.S. and Chatzisarantis, N.L., 2014. An integrated behavior change model for physical activity. Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews, 42(2), pp.62-69. Godbey, G.C., Caldwell, L.L., Floyd, M. and Payne, L.L., 2005. Contributions of leisure studies and recreation and park management research to the active living agenda. American journal of preventive medicine, 28(2), pp.150-158. GOV.UK. 2016. Health Matters: Getting every adult active every day. [ONLINE] Available at: (Accessed 8 January 2020). Weed. M (2016) Should we privilege sport for health? The comparative effectiveness of UK government investment in sport as a public health intervention, Available at: (Accessed: 08/01/2020). World Health Organization, 2019. Global action plan on physical activity 2018-2030: more active people for a healthier world. World Health Organization. Warburton, D.E., Nicol, C.W. and Bredin, S.S., 2006. Health benefits of physical activity: the evidence. Cmaj, 174(6), pp.801-809. Penedo, F. and Dahn, J. (2005). Exercise and well-being: a review of mental and physical health benefits associated with physical activity. Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 18(2), pp.189-193. Pate, R.R., Trilk, J.L., Byun, W. and Wang, J., 2011. Policies to increase physical activity in children and youth. Journal of Exercise Science

Evaluating the Communication Strategy adopted by Yahoo

Founded in 1994 by Stanford Ph.D. students David Filo and Jerry Yang, Yahoo! began as a hobby and has evolved into a leading global brand that changed the way people communicate with each other, conduct transactions and access, share, and create information. Today, Yahoo! Inc. attracts hundreds of millions of users every month through its innovative technology and engaging content and services, making it one of the most trafficked Internet destinations and a world class online media company. The majority of Yahoo! offerings are available in more than 30 languages. The company is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, with a presence in more than 25 countries, provinces, and territories. Yahoo!’s vision is to be the centre of people’s online lives by delivering personally relevant, meaningful Internet experiences (Yahoo, 2010) “Yahoo! operates the web portal which provides content including the latest news, entertainment, and sports information. The portal also gives users access to other Yahoo! services like Yahoo! Mail which is the most popular product, Yahoo! Maps which provides the user with maps of cities and town , Yahoo! Finance enables user to have achieve to financial trade and stock market, Yahoo! Groups is a large collection of online discussion boards and Yahoo! Messenger which offer free communication . The majority of the product offerings are available globally in more than 20 languages.” When any organisation is formed is main objective is to serve a certain purpose or need. “Yahoo aims to be the center of peoples online lives”. Customer is king and it is always important to provide a personal responsibility in order to maintain the customer’s loyalty and trust. Customer are always regards as the number one priority and keeping them satisfied is main goal always. Main body External And Internal Communication Corporate Communication is an essential aspect of an organisation and one that can determine the success of the organisation. “It is the management function that offers a framework for the effective coordination of all internal and external communication with the overall purpose of establishing and maintain favourable reputations with stakeholder groups upon which the organisation is dependent on “( Joep Cornelissen 2008) Markwick and Fill model helps with explaining how an organisation presents itself to each stakeholders and how it enables to distinguish itself from all other organisation In every organisation employers are the one of the key assets that helps the business establish itself in the market. Yahoo! believes that Work and play join forces to revolutionize the web When Yahoo! Started it was a directory of websites. They pioneered a new profession for its employees called Web Surfer which involved categorizing sites of every stripe in which they have to decide what to include, where to arrange the information and how to describe things in a clear point of view. In embarking on the task of bringing order to so much information, Yahoo! established foundational principles which are as relevant today as they were when the Web was new: Be simple, clear, direct. Be useful, inclusive, and provide context, not judgment. Employers are not confined to their offices for hours. Yahoo! believes that Work and play join forces to revolutionize the web. Forbes magazine has named Yahoo one of the best companies to work for. Yahoo! believes humor is essential to success and it applauds irreverence and don’t take ourselves too seriously. We celebrate achievement. The company fosters an environment of teamwork, offering video games and Foosball, and celebrating achievements and milestones with company parties. Environment – Yahoo! has a strong commitment to corporate citizenship, and strives to conduct business in an environmentally responsible manner. Yahoo! is constantly trying to give back to the community in a lot of ways. It ranked number one environment corporate citizen in the Corporate Responsibility Officer’s 10 Best Media list in 2007 We use ingenuity and technology to reduce our dependence on natural resources such as energy, materials, and water. And each Yahoo! employee pitches in to help reduce waste. This teamwork makes decreasing the overall environmental impact almost as much fun as yodeling. We endeavor to use our global reach to promote the story of sustainability. As a result, we are increasing value to our customers and shareholders, providing an example to other companies, and contributing to a more sustainable future. Yahoo believes in sharing the success with the communities it lives and works in and strive to do our very best for their employees, shareholders, customers and the environment. Yahoo is committed to provide the best online user experience to all individual disable or non-disabled alike. In 2008 Yahoo! developed the accessibility lab which designers and engineers studied how disabled children and individuals soon computers and assess the internet Yahoo!’s commitment to accessibility is not only socially responsible but also a reflection of our mainstream business practices. Yahoo! fundamentally respects its customers. Identity, Reputation and Image Every organisation has an image that gels with its reputation.By establishing an identity in a market a company is able to distinguish itself from other corporations in the market. Apart from being a leading global internet brand Yahoo!s When is come to identity Yahoo regards itself a corporate citizen it has associated itself with two charities which are Trans Tanz And Hope HIV. Tranz Tanz charity in Tanzania that aims to provide people living with HIV and AIDS with drug treatment and testing facilities in regional health centers without charge. But since many people cannot afford public transport .Trans Tanz provides free bus service transporting patients to and from the health centers and their homes. In 2010 on world aids day it plans to use motorbikes to deliver the drugs and test kits from the Health Center’s to the patients home. Hope HIV supports people in sub Saharan Africa who have been affected or orphaned by HIV/AIDS by providing education and emotional support to the victims. HopeHIV aims to make the victims future one of hope rather than despair. By being associated with such charities Yahoo! is able to project its image of itself as a caring and responsible corporate citizen contributing to the fight against one of the deadliest diseases around. This enables to boost Yahoo! brand recognition and royalty to its customers (Yahoo 2010) Culture Every organisation has a culture which generates the image of an organisation to the outside world. It determines how the corporation presents itself. Hofstede Framework for assessing culture helps us in identify Yahoo’s culture. One of factor for cultural assessment is Power Distance in Yahoo the level between the top level management and employees is low which means ideas and view are encouraged and accepted by the management to surfaces anywhere within the organisation. All employees are treated equally and are encouraged to communicate openly (Yahoo Code of Ethics) Individualism is hugely prevalent in all Yahoo ! companies since it an American establishment. With regard to the Masculine and femininity approach Yahoo! adopts both the styles.Yahoo is committed to being a leading global company and strives to do so with integrity. They execute the task flawless and dislike any shortcuts on the other hand Yahoo adopts a famine approach towards its relationship with its employees .Yahoo employers are regarded as valuable assets and the company takes good care of them by providing them with all of perks (dental medical insurance etc).When it comes to uncertain factors affecting the environment Yahoo is able to adapt to it. Yahoo always tries to anticipate the trends in the market and quickly embrace it. Role Of Human Resource Management Human Resouce Management is regarded as one of the most important functions in an organisation. It acts as a guideline for the organisation to add value to its business. One of the main roles of Human Resource management is to meet the needs of management, HRM is a strategic management tool that links people in an organisation towards the goals and objectives of the business. The Harvard analytical framework explains how the organisation operates in a business environment. Situational factors influence the organisation’s HR strategy choice. With reference to the work ethics of Yahoo! it conducts itself with integrity that upholds the values of the organisation. The style of management adopted is different from most business organisation they believe that humour is essential for success. The power distance between the top management and employers is low as Yahoo accepts view, ideas and opinions from anywhere within the organisation. By enabling employers to express themselves will lead to more dedication and commitment which in turn helps Yahoo to achieve their targets. Stakeholder’s interest is an essential aspect in an organisation. Yahoo’s management consist of high skilled and qualified people. To name a few one of them being Micheal J. Callahan who is the executive vice president of Yahoo! his role is to advise the company’s management and board of directors on strategic and corporate matters. When it comes to Yahoo’s marketing strategy Elisa Steele is in charge Elisa handles the global marketing strategy as well as global communication and regional marketing. Yahoo! considers itself to be an equal opportunity employer and believes in treating it employers with courtesy and respect. With the wide number of employers working in Yahoo! coming from different backgrounds the organisation has zero tolerance towards unlawful workplace harassment and always strives to maintain an environment where all cultural backgrounds are embraced. The HRM policies of Yahoo! provide guidelines on how the organisation accepts its staff to conduct themselves and how communication between various departments should be carried out in a structured manner so that it is complaisant with the laws and regulations which are applicable to all their worldwide operations. David who works as the Chief Human Resouces Officer say “I constantly listen to feedback from employees on how the HR processes can improve and do my best to address Yahoos concerns.” Employers are encouraged to take up new challenges to learn more about the business and with that exposure they will be able to contribute immensely to the team and Yahoo! as a whole HR Outcomes The HR outcomes revolves around the commitment the employers have towards the organisation, The staff views and ideas are always considered by the management and discourage them to be spectator in the organisation this helps with developing an emotional bond between the employers and the organisation itself. Long Term Consequences It has been 15 years since Yahoo! established itself and during its time period it was been able to emerge as one of the top most successful companies in the world .With all the success it said gained Yahoo! has not forgotten the staff who have been with the organisation from the start and their efforts haven’t gone unnoticed . Conclusion In light of the above analysis undertaken by me for Yahoo! I feel that the communication strategy adopted by the firm is extremely efficient .Yahoo has adopted an excellent corporate strategy that enable the organisation to communicate corporate messages to all its stakeholders. Yahoo is one of the most successful media and communication enterprises in the internet industry. People from all over the world come to Yahoo to find information that matters to them the most and Yahoo never fails to deliver that to their customer. All the employers in yahoo are recognised and rewarded thereby sustaining their contribution towards the success of the company.With regard to corporate reputation Yahoo has consistently communicated and projected its corporate images towards the stakeholders as being authentic , unique and responsible with its association to a large number of charitable organisation and fight against AIDS.

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Florida National University Health Promotion Model & Nursing Theory Case Study

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Case Study – Nursing Theory:- Please research one of the presented nursing theorists for this week. Utilize the university library resources and locate an article applicable to the theorist and/or their theory.- write a critique on the article.- Follow the criteria for APA written assignments. – Your critique should include the type of article- Pamela Reed – Theory of Self-Transcendence- Patricia Liehr and Mary Jane Smith – Story Theory- Nola J. Pender – Health Promotion Model-The article can be about the theory itself or the application of the theory as it applies to nursing practice.- Also ,please elaborated two responses with a minimum of 150 words and reference as if it were to respond to two peers based on the above topic .-Texts -Smith, M. & Parker, M. (2014). Nursing Theories and Nursing Practice. (4th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: F. A. Davis Company. ISBN-13: 978-0-8036-3312-4 (Required) -All written assignments submitted through TurnItIn will be evaluated using the TurnItIn similarity index to determine if work submitted by students is original and not plagiarized. All work submitted by students must contain no more than 15% similarity index, any percentage greater than 15% is unacceptable and considered as plagiarism.
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