There have been many changes in the way the media has covered the Bali Nine events between 2005 and 2015. The changes have been dynamic and have related to the way threats, sadness, anger, and fear are depicted. Over time, the media has become more sympathetic to the plight of Bali Nine and has shown more remorse for their situation.
Career Research Report
My future profession is Business Management. There are several reasons why I am interested in such a profession. First, business management offers one the chance to develop both as a person and as an employee. Managing other employees is an experience that enables one to learn how to interact effectively with other people and ways of managing conflicts. Additionally, it puts one directly responsible for the implementation of the organization’s objectives that ensure the overall success of the business.
Virtualization in computer science refers to the abstraction of computing resources such as processor cycles, memory, applications and network resources. However, the term usually refers to platform virtualization i.e. computer or operating system virtualization (Tulloch, 2010).
Qualitative research refers to a family of philosophies which are characterized by positive evaluations of science and scientific methods. Qualitatively, variance can be expressed as the real or positive number in many situations. When a variance amounts to zero, this is an indication that all the scores for that particular variable are the same or are similar.
Countries all over the globe have been impacted by climate change arising from environmental degradation, Australia being no exception. Over the past century, the temperature in Australia has risen by 0.8ºC, with the minimum temperatures rising quicker when compared to the maximum. On the other hand, the western parts are receiving lesser rain. An increase in coral mortality and bleaching in the Great Barrier Reef have been attributed to a rise in the sea surface temperature. Although the rise in the sea level in Australia has varied across its regions and has remained below the global average, the Snowy Mountains have seen a fall in snow cover. According to CSIRO, when compared to 1990 figures, the average annual temperature by 2030 could rise between 0.4ºC to 2.0º C and 1.0ºC to 6.0ºC by the year 2070 (CSIRO, 2001). The level of climate change in the future remains uncertain and debatable, although it is certain that fluctuations in rainfall, tropical cyclones, and El Nino Southern Oscillation events, as well as decreased snow cover and duration can be expected.