Islamic Finance Systems in U.A.E.
Islamic finance denotes the process by which organizations of Muslim origin such as banks and other credit institutions raise money in accordance with Islamic laws, which are also referred to as Sharia regulations
Current paper is devoted to the analysis of the article “Motivation: That’s Maslow, isn’t it?” by T. Watson. The author implements the method of ethnographic experiment in relation to a number of course members and management teachers. This approach is contrasted with traditional Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. The author outlines some basic problems in the sphere of higher education. Management education should help to realise the existing potential among managers of different levels and contribute to higher overall efficiency.
Abraham Maslow Theory
The objective of this paper is to outline the most important concepts of his theoretical study, to highlight its strongest points and to identify the academic imperfections thereof, with the focus put on the practical application of Maslow's academic endeavors
The current paper is aimed at giving a brief analysis of William Blake’s poem “The Lamb” from the perspective of its major themes, mood, key tropes employed by the author, and symbolism.
"The Lesson” by Toni Cade Bambara
The story called “The Lesson” written by Toni Cade Bambara is a peculiar piece of writing that requires thorough analysis. The author easily but unexpectedly focuses on many specific aspects that often are neglected by other writers. Thus, the ideas that Bambara covers were of current importance at the time the story was written. Additionally, they remain the same nowadays. These ideas could not be fully represented without the characters described in “The Lesson” since they are very diverse.