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The Potential for Sports Tourism in New York City

6 pages | 1560 words

This report explores the potential for developing sports tourism in New York City. It discusses the economic impact of sports tourism and looks at two successful sporting events which are already being marketed as tourist attractions. It considers how these events could be further developed to maximise their economic impact, and what role corporate sponsors, accommodation providers, and transport providers could play in this.

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Research on Human Subjects: Ethical and Legal Issues

6 pages | 1560 words

This essay explores the ethical and legal issues surrounding research on human subjects. It discusses the two main theoretical perspectives on this issue, and presents the results of a survey of researchers who have experience conducting this type of research.

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The Use of Rubber: From Discovery to Present

6 pages | 1560 words

This essay discusses the history of rubber, from its discovery by the Olmecs to its present-day uses. It describes how rubber was first exploited by European colonists and how this led to the mistreatment of workers and the destruction of forests. The essay also discusses the modern use of rubber and the environmental problems that it has caused.

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The Impact of Attribution Theory on How We Perceive Others

6 pages | 1560 words

This essay discusses attribution theory, which is concerned with how people explain events. Social psychologists have become increasingly interested in the process by which people explain their own success and failures and those of others. Attribution theory has its roots in Festinger’s work on cognitive dissonance theory and Heider’s work on balance theory. The theory posits that people are motivated to perceive themselves and others in ways that maintain consistency among their beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors. When inconsistency arises, people will attribute the cause of the inconsistency to one of three factors: the person, the situation, or the task. The process by which people arrive at attributions is often referred to as causal attribution. This process involves four steps: perceiving a relationship between two events; inferring that one event caused the other; judging whether the causal relationship is internal or external; and evaluating the causal relationship

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The Constitution of the United States of America: A Collection of the Supreme Laws of the United States of America

6 pages | 1560 words

The Constitution of the United States of America is a collection of the supreme laws of the United States of America. It is the premise on which the United States of America exists. The Constitution establishes the American federal government and defines its powers and functions. It also protects the rights and liberties of Americans.

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