In year 1990, “The Egyptian Organization for Standardization and Quality Control” issued the Egyptian Standard number 1867, which concerns the soft cheese with vegetable fats, based on these specifications, several kinds of cheese appeared during the past ten years, such as “Ghasala cheese”. That is why it is important to study and control it. So, This study is based on; - We collected six samples of six different small local factories producing this kind of “Ghasala Cheese”, which is spread in the three Governorates after attending the manufacturing steps in sites of production themselves and taking the samples for analysis, and doing Chemical Composition, Microbiological Analysis, organoleptic properties and the Economical Study. - Choosing the best sample to studying the effect of Homogenization (150 bar) on the characteristics of the cheese. - Studying the effect of heat treatment (85?C\18sec-45?C) and Homogenization on the characters, Quality and the expiry date of the cheese. - Studying the effect of adding some stabilizers on the chemical, microbiological and organoleptic properties of cheese. - Studying the effect of vegetable fat substituting by buffalo’s milk fat.
We suggest an original method of student cheating evaluation based on the comparison of students’ grades in exams in class, home assignments and experimental homework. The data for the study is collected from the survey of 2012–2013 sophomores of the International College of Economics and Finance at the National Research University Higher School of Economics in Moscow, Russia. At the end of the course in Statistics in addition to standard assignments (homework and exams) students were given experimental homework with a ban on cooperation among them. The violation of this rule was qualified as cheating. The scale of cooperation is measured and then tested through the stochastic frontier technique; it reveals connection with the GPA level, students’ expectations of the cheaters’ share and students’ moral norms. We also find different behavioral patterns for high and low performing students as well as country specific context of student cheating behavior.
Learn the secrets of "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." in this exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of Marvel's first live-action TV show! Hear from the cast, creators and crew as they reveal never-before-shared details from the first season. This deluxe keepsake volume offers an insider's look into the making of the blockbuster espionage series on ABC produced by Joss Whedon, Maurissa Tancharoen & Jed Whedon and Jeffrey Bell; and starring Clark Gregg, Ming-Na Wen, Brett Dalton, Chloe Bennett, Iain De Caestecker and Elizabeth Henstridge.
Program Evaluation offers techniques to plan services wisely, track the degree of actual implementation of the plans, and measure the effectiveness of the services. It provides an overview of the techniques of program evaluation in an accessible writing style. In it, readers are guided from an initial conception of evaluation, through planning, observation gathering, analysis, and report writing and presentation. It puts a human face on evaluation by providing sketches of nine program evaluators, as well as discussion questions prompting readers to test their use of the skills.
"Practical Program Evaluation: Assessing and Improving Planning, Implementation, and Effectiveness" introduces students to the real world of evaluation, focusing on issues that arise in professional practice. Author Huey T. Chen concentrates on the steps vital to program evaluation: systematically identifying stakeholder needs, selecting evaluation options best suited to particular needs and reconciling any necessary tradeoffs, and turning the decisions into action. Using illustrative examples from the field, the book details the methods and procedures involved in analyzing and identifying stakeholder expectations and selecting an evaluation strategy. The principles and strategies presented are reinforced with theoretical justification. This provides students and professional evaluators the knowledge and flexibility to design suitable evaluations and follow them through from start to finish.
This title investigates Vladimir Putin's war for control of Russia's vast oil reserves, in particular Mikhail Khodorkovsky's oil firm, Yukos. Putin's Oil investigates the complex world of Kremlin politics, including conspiracies and conspiracy theories, allegations that Roman Abramovitch plotted with Putin to destroy Khodorkovsky, suspicions of betrayal and double agents in the Kremlin and in Yukos, murder charges against Khodorkovsky's partners, and the KGB defector who claims they were carried out by Kremlin agents. After the mysterious death in a helicopter crash of the Englishman who had taken over Yukos, the company's war against the Kremlin is now being waged by a troika of mild mannered Britons, pursued by Interpol arrest warrants and Moscow's fury. Khodorkovsky remains in a penal camp in far Eastern Siberia. Martin Sixsmith, former BBC Moscow Correspondent, has gained unprecedented access to many of the players in the drama. The resulting book is both a thriller and an analysis of the defining moments of Putin's presidency and their ongoing impact in Russian and world politics.