Discuss the classical theory of employmentHow far is the theory acceptable?
discuss the clasicial theories of management
Discuss the main thrusts of the structural functionalist theory in sociologyof personian and mertonian perspectives?
Discuss the main tenets of the dependency theory and analyze its analytical relevancy to developing countries?
An "acceptable theory" is both 1. unproven in the complete sense of the word and yet- 2. yeilds the same results time after time Do not confuse this word with hypothesis or hunch when speaking science. "I have a theory that Jennifer Aniston will remarry" is not a valid sentence! You have a hunch, but not a theory.
It is a macroscopic theory. Their theoretical values are not equal to the experimental values. The classical theory cannot explain the photoelectric effect,compton effect,magnetic properties briefly..... it obeys the classical mechanics. it does not briefly explain the atoms internal parts . hence it is rectified by quantum physics....!
There are basically two classical theories of motor learning, Adam's two stage theory and Fitts and Posner's theory. Adam's two stage theory comprise of two stages: elements of motor behavior and how learning proceeds. Fitts and Posner's theory has three stages: element learning, associative stage and autonomous stage.
Classical Theory: Government has minimal role in the economy, and the macro-economy is self adjusting; meaning consumers and businesses will correct any problems with the economy automatically over time. Classical theory focuses on long-term goals. Keynesian Theory: Government has a large role in the economy, and focuses on short-term goals. Used mostly in times of recession, government spending is a good way to put money back into the GDP and in turn increase unemployment.
At speeds near the speed of light, the formulae from the Theory of Relativity show that there are discrepancies with classical physics - for example, in adding velocities. These discprepancies have been verified by many experiments. In theory the discrepancies arise at any speed, but if the speed is much lower than the speed of light, the difference between classical physics and the more accurate Theory of Relativity is so insignificant that it can be…