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Accounting in the Realm of Electronic Commerce

Ecommerce saves time and money, particularly in relationship to accounting functions. By allowing the bank to handle cash, the vendors to handle accounts payable, the stock vendor to handle the stock investment portfolio, etc., the company can be stripped down to its barest essentials . . . in support of a fully functional financial institution, no matter its trade. Reviewed in this regard are internets and intranets, advantages and disadvantages of ecommerce, batch and real-time processing, EDI, and ERP systems. Bibliography lists 3 sources. jvActUse.rtf

ACCOUNTING THEORIES AND ESSAYS

This 13-page paper discusses the question of whether accountants will be able to prevent a future Enron (U.S.) or HIH (Australia) accounting scandal, due to the fact that their education and philosophy is that of numbers, rather than ethical behavior. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Japanese Internment Roger Daniels' "Prisoners Without Trial"

A 10 page research paper based on Daniels' detailed account of how thousands of Japanese Americans were interned in camps during World War II because they were mistakenly viewed as a threat to national security. Daniels shows that there was not any real reasons for this action other ones based on racial prejudice.

A Sample Narrative Essay on the Problems Associated With the Personal Computer

A 2.5 page paper which presents a first-person narrative account on how the personal computer (the convenient, time-saving modern device) is more trouble than it’s worth. No sources are used.

Japanese Literature: "Essays in Idleness" and "An Account of My Hut"

This 8 page paper compares two Japanese works of Medieval literature, "Essays in Idleness" and "An Account of My Hut." Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Hard Work Pays Off (Personal Essay)

This 3 page personal essay provides a first person account of how cleaning one's room makes them a better person. No bibliography.

Avoiding Electronic Taylorism

A 5 page paper discussing two issues of false economy in employee productivity. The paper discusses two vignettes in which workers' performance is tracked electronically but fails to be able to account for all of the duties included in workers' jobs. This amounts to "electronic Taylorism," and is as unworkable as pure Taylorism was a century ago. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

The Dichotomy of Security and Accessibility for E-commerce Traders

This 10 page paper considers the following statement. "Security in the world of e-commerce is focused on protecting information - information about accounts, credit card numbers, social security numbers, and identities. It is not about hardware or physical access. But there is a built-in paradox; e-Commerce systems must be open enough to be inviting to customers and users, and at the same time the systems must be difficult to penetrate to those who would steal the information. Achieving the balance that satisfies those opposing needs is the challenge of security in the e-Commerce world. Too much security pushes away the people you have invited; too little and valuable information can be stolen". The bibliography cites 7 sources.

Gideon’s Trumpet & Constitutional Law

A 5 page research paper that discusses Gideon’s Trumpet by Anthony Lewis, which is an expertly written, comprehensive account of a landmark case in constitutional law, Gideon v. Wainwright, which was heard by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1963. Clarence Earl Gideon was a prisoner in the Florida penal system who felt that his constitutional rights had been violated because his request for a court-appointed lawyer at this trial was denied. Lewis’ book tells how Gideon succeeded in taking his case before the Supreme Court and, in so doing, this text illustrates how—while there are flaws in the American system of jurisprudence—it works because it has mechanisms in place for correcting errors. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

The Truth in History

A 5 page paper on the essay by Edward Hallett Carr entitled, The Historian and His Facts. The essay examines some interesting points in regards to history and whether much of it is actual truth or simply an interpretation of the facts set before the historian. Carr sets the reader up to question any and all history they have ever been exposed to. While some facts may undoubtedly be true, all history is essentially someone else's account of the events. Everyone has their own perspective and analysis of any given event and this is bound to influence how history is recorded.

Crime in Japan: Improvements in Education, Employment, Penalties and Monitoring of Drugs

This is a 4 page paper discussing crime in Japan and recent government reforms in relation to decreasing the crime rate. A recent increase in the crime rate in Japan over the past decade has prompted the Japanese government to implement improvement policies in the areas of education, employment, increased penalties and monitoring of the drug trade. Education and employment reforms have included those which take into account the importance of continued education, social factors related to crime, and the maintenance and re-education of workers within the labor market. Considerations in the law enforcement disciplines have included lowering the age at which young offenders can be tried for criminal offenses, strict public fire arm restrictions and international cooperation in regards to the drug trade and market. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

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