* 學術期刊如何應對提交文章假審稿？ (PART A)
* 學術英文投稿教學影片 (372) Correcting proofs
* 強有力的動詞 (精確英文寫作) (英文編修訓練) (8 / 12 )
* 非正式商用英文技術報告 (13) (上)
|Academic publishing news 學術英文編修出版新聞
|學術英文投稿教學影片 (372) Correcting proofs
|強有力的動詞 (精確英文寫作) (英文編修訓練) (8 / 12 )
如前單元所示，使用動詞使句子意念表現的更清晰，然而，有些動詞讓人感覺並不強勁，無法有力闡示一個動作。動詞如 is, are, was, were, has, give, make, come, 還有 take 等都屬此類。所以， 作者應使用強有力的動詞來指明一個清楚的行為。
5. The procedure is to turn on the required machines at the specified time intervals.
6. Previous literature (4) provided a formal definition of the MCG problem.
7. The different groups have to reach an agreement on how to make an adjustment of the
8. A formal definition of what computer networking is included in this section.
|非正式商用英文技術報告 (13) (上)
* 簡要的描述商用方案所關心的事項 。經由一個句子描述商用機構對影響目標工業或客戶有關事項的關心程度。
簡要的描述管理方案所關心的事項 Our working group has become increasingly intrigued with how to enhance the quality of senior citizen residential communities in Taiwan. 闡明特定部門或客戶所關心的工業環境 According to the World Health Organization, Taiwan became an advanced aging society as of the end of 1993, with over 7% of its population 65 years or older. According to estimates from the Council for Economic Planning and Development, the island’s elderly population will account for 14.42% and 20.04% of the population by 2121 and 2131, respectively. Restated, one out of every five individuals will be classified as belonging to the advanced age elderly population. Traditional societal values in which the elderly parents live with their son and daughter-in-law have diminished, creating a growing public awareness that the elderly must make preparations in advance for their long term care. The aging trend in Taiwan explains the growing concern over the market demand for long term care residential communities, in which middle to senior aged individuals live independently in houses or apartment units designed for their special needs upon retirement. Many industries have already heavily invested in this emerging growth sector. Given physical and mental health factors, senior citizens must adjust as traditional societal values change. To facilitate a more ideal living environment for the elderly, governmental organizations and the private sector must coordinate efforts to create an environment in which senior citizens living independently is the norm instead of the exception. In doing so, numerous commercial opportunities will arise. For instance, RUENTEX Construction Company in collaboration with Rien Fu Newlife Company has established a senior citizen residential community in Tan-shui by drawing from the Japanese long term care model to provide residents with a hotel style management approach. The facilities provide high-quality comfort with a 300 residential unit capacity, all of which have already been leased out. Given population trends and enhanced living standards, the climate for growth opportunities in the long term care sector in Taiwan is favorable. Identifying factors for successful operation of senior citizen residential communities are thus essential for businesses to gain a competitive edge, explaining why governmental authorities and industrial planners are anxious to to evaluate the most appropriate management strategies for further development. 介紹管理問題 However, while evaluating the success of certain management practices in satisfying consumer demand in this growing market sector, long term care studies have seldom attempted to identify success factors in managing senior citizen residential communities. Relevant considerations in the management of a senior citizen residential community include environment analysis of the location, analysis of relevant management strategies, , pricing and promotional strategies and strategic alliances. Correspondingly, all success factors should be prioritized based on their importance. For instance, the lack of an objective assessment method makes it impossible for administrators of senior citizen residential communities to determine which management approaches will be successful or not. The lack of an effective model to identify success factors in managing senior citizen residential communities makes it impossible to determine tangible and intangible benefits in long term care research. Moreover, senior citizen residential communities of varying scale sizes will have difficulty in adopting effective management strategies to remain competitive.