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  • Exploring Thai Consumers Motivation for Purchase of Home Design Decoration Goods

    Kokulkiat, Suthee (2006)
    Fashion consumers often seek the products which portray idealized or desired image. Moreover consumers choices are often motivated by their social belongings. This paper focus on design home decorative consumer behaviour. Comprehensive review on previous literatures are emphasis on fashion consumption, self concept, symbolic consumption and social influence are being reviewed. The qualitative interviews are employed as an instrument to study consumer motivation to consume design rather than c...

    A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW INVESTIGATING THE EFFECTS OF FAMILY INVOLVEMENT IN THE CARE OF THE ADOLESCENT DIABETIC

    Hamilton, Eleanor Jane (2013)
    Background This study investigates the effects of family involvement in the care of the adolescent diabetic. Diabetes mellitus affects people and their families worldwide. Managing diabetes requires a daily execution of complex and demanding health behaviours, which becomes more complicated when coupled with the critical growth period of adolescence. Diabetic adolescents are a vulnerable group of individuals that commonly show poor glycaemic control. It is therefore important to understand...

    Partnership for Schools and Building Schools for the Future: An Emerging Strategy?

    Soulsby, Christopher David (2009)
    This dissertation investigates the strategy adopted by Partnership for Schools (PfS) to meet the Government‟s commitment to build schools fit for the 21st century. The Government‟s intention was that the programme: Building Schools for the Future (BSF) would be not just be about good buildings but also lead to improvements in educational performance. The rationale lying behind this „twin track‟ approach is examined. The state of the school estate at the end of the twentieth century, and the c...

    Current Credit Risk Management Practices in Chinese Banking Industry

    Zheng, Hao (2008)
    ABSTRACT Bank loans can be characterized as the engine of the Chinese economy as the economy is almost financed by bank loans. As a result, Credit risk management in Chinese banks is not only the issue to those banks, but it is also essential to the stability of the whole economy. Inadequate credit risk management practices can create an unforeseeable disaster to China in the future, especially with a significant increase in credit expansion. In the last decade, the government has tried ha...

    International HRM in the IJVs: the impacts of interpersonal relationships between employees from different cultural backgrounds on the work performance

    Jiang, Cheng (2013)
    Purpose: Human resource issues are one of the most significant problems in the management of international joint ventures (IJVs). This study aims to investigate the possible impacts of interpersonal relationships between Chinese employees and foreign employees in China’s Sino-foreign joint ventures on employees’ work performance. At first, this study examines the possible influences of interpersonal relationships between people from different cultural backgrounds on group processes. Then, the...
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