For example, these are the ideas of Small scale industries: Napkins, tissues, chocolates, toothpick, water bottles, small toys, papers, pens. Small scale industries play an important role in social and economic development of India.
Although they both nature and nurture are very important for a child devlopment. I think we can not specify that anyone thing is better. There are so many things which a child is going to learn form nurture like manners,descipiline, time management and its personalty devlopment. On other hand nature will teach him to love. how to love people around us, animals, birds.
None can teach a child how to love. It only comes from the nature. And in my point of view this is the most important thing in a person that how he or she react to others who are smaller then them.
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this is a case study in b.s.23-27
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In some statistical process control applications, the quality of a process or product can be characterized by a relationship between a response variable and one explanatory variable, which is referred to as profile. We give an example here of a profile that can be described using a polynomial model. This example comes from the automotive industry, where one of the most important quality characteristics of an automobile engine is the relationship between the torque produced by an engine and the engine speed in revolutions per minute. We find for this data set that a second-order polynomial works well. In addition, we show that there is autocorrelation within each profile, thus an ordinary least-square method that ignores the autocorrelation is inappropriate. We propose a linear mixed model method as an alternative approach. After the reduction of the data to a series of parameter estimates, we then conduct a step-by-step Phase I analysis of the polynomial profiles monitoring using a T2-based procedure to check the stability of the process and whether or not there are outlying profiles. The remaining profiles are used to form the estimated mean vector and variance–covariance matrix to be used in Phase II studies. Finally, a brief discussion is presented to show how one can use these parameters in Phase II. Copyright © 2009 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Explanation:Increased consumerism means increased intake and uses and consumption of natural resources, which severely affects the environment.And increased consumerism is inevitably linked with capitalism.Let's take a case study of a developed nation like USA, and compare it with a country like Somalia.It has been found that an average American consumes 11 times more resources than an average Somalian. This is also linked with the levels of income and the rich and poor disparity.For production of large number of food grains and other farm products like poultry and meat, large areas of lands are cleared for converting it into farm lands, thus it triggers deforestation in developing countries of South America, Asia, Africa,etc. as most of the food grains in the developed West comes from developing countries.Because of the large scale deforestation large number of species of insects, birds, and smaller invertebrates are lost, which severely affects the ecological cycles.Also, for meeting the large demands of meats, large areas of Amazon rainforests were cleared in various parts of Brazil to convert it into farm lands for raising beef.As we know that diary animals produce large amounts of methane in the atmosphere, and methane is one of the most potent greenhouse gas. So, it causes the greenhouse effect which leads to global warming and triggers climate change.
James W. Chapman Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand & William E. Tunmer Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand
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READING DIFFICULTIES, READING-RELATED SELF-PERCEPTIONS, AND STRATEGIES FOR OVERCOMING NEGATIVE SELF-BELIEFS
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In this article, we review a number of studies on -related self-system factors in relation to young children's reading acquisition. Reading self-concept, academic self-concept, and reading self-efficacy appear to develop in response to initial experiences in learning to read. For children who experience initial and ongoing success or difficulty in reading, development of relations between reading performance and self-system factors occurs within the first year of schooling. Our studies also show that phonological processing ability and letter-name knowledge at the outset of schooling not only predict subsequent reading performance but also academic self-concept and reading self-efficacy. Children who are deficient in phonological processing or state a preference for using text-level cues for identifying unfamiliar words in text rather than word-level information tend to develop difficulties in reading as well as negative reading-related self-perceptions. To overcome both skill deficiencies in reading and the negative reading- and achievement-related self-beliefsthat develop in response to reading difficulties, we maintain that attention to the development of word-level skills and strategies is essential. Inaddition, we advocate the use of attribution retraining methods, combined with appropriate skills training, for overcoming children's negative self-beliefs.