24 August 2015

Briefly outline the principles of natural justice applied to disciplinary processes in sport. Critically examine a range of key disciplinary cases, disputes and legal challenges to decisions made by employers, sports governing bodies. These should be from a range of circumstances including eligibility, anti-doping, social media, corruption and racism?

Briefly outline the principles of natural justice applied to disciplinary processes in sport. Critically examine a range of key disciplinary cases, disputes and legal challenges to decisions made by employers, sports governing bodies. These should be from a range of circumstances including eligibility, anti-doping, social media, corruption and racism?
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These are the main themes to be addressed: Natural Justice
Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS)
Eligibility
Anti-Doping
Social Media
Racism & Violence
Corruption
Each section should include a case study from relevant sport law cases and using a comparison case where possible

Preferred language style UK English

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24 August 2015

Sampling Strategy and Sample Size for a Qualitative Research Plan

Sampling Strategy and Sample Size for a Qualitative Research Plan
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Sampling Strategy and Sample Size for a Qualitative Research Plan

As you continue to work on your qualitative research plan, you will have to address the size and diversity of your sample population. Different kinds of studies require different sample sizes, and you should select a size that will be most appropriate for your topic and approach.
To prepare for this Application:

Review the Chapter 5 readings in Qualitative Research and Evaluation Methods for this week.
Consider the following questions:
From which sampling strategy would your study benefit? What factors contribute to this decision?
What sample size would you use for the study that you are planning? What factors contribute to this decision?
How would you justify using that particular sampling strategy and sample size? What Resources can you cite to support your justification?
The assignment:

Craft a 3-page paper in which you do the following:
Recommend and justify a sampling strategy and sample size for your qualitative research plan. Include any references to the literature, where appropriate.

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24 August 2015

Application: Upstream Approaches to Canadian Population Health

Application: Upstream Approaches to Canadian Population Health
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Application: Upstream Approaches to Canadian Population Health
Although Canada is contiguous to the United States and has some cultural and historical similarities, Canada’s population enjoys a vastly superior health status. Reasons are many, can be traced historically, and are related to a different view of the role of government. The experience of Canada demonstrates that neither a heterogeneous population, nor a health system that has waiting lines for services, are reasons for poor health. By looking critically at what produces good health in Canada, much can be learned about steps the U.S. might need to take if population health is its goal.
The Canadian Best Practices Portal challenges Canadian public health practitioners and researchers to create upstream interventions aimed at the source of a population health problem or benefit. What is being done to address the influences on population health in Canada?
To prepare for this Assignment, review your Learning Resources. Search the Internet and scholarly research for examples of Canadian “upstream interventions” that can be put forth as examples of either effective or ineffective efforts to improve population health.
The Assignment (2–4 pages):
Provide a description of an existing intervention in Canada, intended to improve health inequities. Include an explanation of the inequity and how the intervention targets upstream determinants of health.
Describe the organizations involved and/or social policies enacted in the implementation of the intervention.
Explain whether or not the intervention was/is successful and what lessons public health practitioners can learn from that experience that might improve population health in the United States.
Expand on your insights utilizing the Learning Resources.
Use APA formatting for your Assignment and to cite your resources.

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24 August 2015

How data centres and client equipment can be made more energy efficient

How data centres and client equipment can be made more energy efficient.
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Computers and telecommunications equipment contribute about 2% to greenhouse gas emissions. Objective: Look at how data centres and client equipment can be made more energy efficient.
Discussion Questions:
1. Categorize the major uses of energy in your organization (that you identified last week) into types of client and data centre equipment. Include references to your sources of information (with links to any web-based information).
2. Explain any recent examples of steps for minimizing energy and materials consumption for client equipment by assessment, consolidation, innovation, management, or other techniques (up to three paragraphs).
3. Explain any recent examples of steps for minimizing energy and materials consumption for data centres by determining required services, consolidation, virtualization, low-energy equipment, layout and airflow optimization, low-energy cooling, or energy-conscious management (up to three paragraphs).

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24 August 2015

Energy Saving

Computers and telecommunications equipment contribute about 2% to greenhouse gas emissions. Objective: Look at how data centres and client equipment can be made more energy efficient.

Energy Saving

Computers and telecommunications equipment contribute about 2% to greenhouse gas emissions. Data centres and client equipment can be made more efficient.

Client Equipment

Client equipment (desktop computers and printers) consume more energy and materials than data centres. The Natural Edge Project (TNEP) suggests four steps for minimizing energy and materials consumption for client equipment:

1. Assess energy consumption by monitoring client equipment.

2. Consolidate operating client equipment only when necessary, and remove unnecessary equipment.

3. Innovate by using

o right-sized client equipment: do not buy more or more powerful equipment than needed.

o power management strategies: Turn off client equipment when not needed, and turn on power management options in the equipment.

o low-energy equipment: Select low-energy components and equipment, such as processors, monitors, power supplies, RAM, flash memory, and hard disks.

o eco-Labels: Look for equipment meeting low energy standards.

4. Manage and monitor the equipment, and schedule high energy activities out of peak use periods.

Data Centres

Data centres are centralized facilities built to house computer systems, telecommunications, and data storage equipment. These may be equipped with power conditioning equipment, backup power supplies (uninterruptible power supplies), and air conditioning.

A shortage of data centre space and the need for increased computer system components have resulted in increasing density of data centres equipment and consumption of large amounts of energy, both by the ICT equipment and the systems needed to cool it.

The Natural Edge Project (TNEP) suggests seven steps for minimizing energy and materials consumption:

1. Determine the required services for the client environment.

2. Consolidate and virtualize servers, turning off unused equipment and reducing the amount of server hardware required.

3. Invest in low-energy IT equipment with power management technologies: low processors, efficient power supplies, and low power storage.

4. Optimize the layout of the data centre equipment to reduce the cooling load.

5. Optimize airflow around equipment by orienting and spacing equipment to reduce hotspots.

6. Invest in low-energy cooling technologies, such as direct liquid cooling.

7. Practice energy-conscious management by allocating accountability for energy consumption and costs, and providing reports.

Discussion Questions:

1. Categorize the major uses of energy in your organization (that you identified last week) into types of client and data centre equipment. Include references to your sources of information (with links to any web-based information).

2. Explain any recent examples of steps for minimizing energy and materials consumption for client equipment by assessment, consolidation, innovation, management, or other techniques (up to three paragraphs).

3. Explain any recent examples of steps for minimizing energy and materials consumption for data centres by determining required services, consolidation, virtualization, low-energy equipment, layout and airflow optimization, low-energy cooling, or energy-conscious management (up to three paragraphs).

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