A case about the Volkswagen emissions scandal made the Top 40 this year, shooting up to number four. Other popular topics in the top 10 include the marketing of financial services, organizational structure, and entrepreneurship. Other year-end data for showed:. All cases listed here are available for purchase through our online store. Coffee asks students to consider the coffee supply chain and generate ideas for what can be done to equalize returns across various stakeholders.
Unit Five: Country Case Studies
Unit Five: Country Case Studies – Exploring Africa
By katie simpson on August 5, Tags: Case Studies. The Big Five are the five big game animals people travel from around the world to see. Photo credit: glasseyes view via photopin cc. The game reserve was struggling though with a problem seen throughout South Africa: rhino poaching. Rhino horns have become a symbol of status. Others believe rhino horn can cure cancer and other illnesses. While these myths have been dispelled, rhino horns remain sought out.
Case Study: Go back to Africa
During the "Back to Africa" movement in the s Marcus Garvey argued that African Americans could only attain social equality by moving back to Africa, and saw the continent as the only place in which self-emancipation could be attained. The idea of sending an oppressed group of people to find equality in a place where the individuals to whom the land belong face systematic oppression by way of colonialism doesn't make much sense, and could only exist in the realm of idealism and romanticism. Some African Americans have constructed for themselves a utopia image of Africa. The afrocentric rhetoric with which some discuss the continent often conceptualizes a glorified heritage.
Here, we learned about how parents and schools are working together to make student health a priority in Santa Ana Unified School District. In , Santa Ana Unified School District started a six-week training program for parents to lead school recess breaks. On any given day, about eight parents can be seen running laps, playing T-ball or hula hooping with students on the playground during recess. The program began after school leaders and parents decided to do something about the rising obesity and diabetes incidence among students, said Jackie Teichmann, executive director at Kid Healthy.