The Extent of Applying the Balanced Scorecard at the Malaysian Universities: Comparative study between the Public and Private Universities
• What is an Urban Myth?
• Where can they be found?
• How do they start?
• What is their purpose?
• How do they get passed around?
• How truthful are they?
• What common clues may alert a reader that information may be an urban legend?
• Are there any similarities between different urban legends?
Give an example of one urban legend that may have a more reliable source or origin. Explain how it has changed from the suspected original story. Describe and give history.
Give an example of a less believable urban legend, and express an opinion as to why it may have originated in the first place.