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The Swing Portrays by Jean-Honoré Fragonard
Jean Honoré Fragonard created The Swing in 1766 with oil paints on a 2 8.6 by 2 2 canvas. It is
located in London, England in the Wallace Collection. During the time this work was created, France
was an aristocracy and The Swing portrays a glimpse of the luxurious life of the ruling class. King
Louis XV ruled during a time when France was the most prosperous and powerful country in all of
Europe. Through the influence of Madame de Pompadour, the arts prospered during this time. In the
18th century during King Louis reign the arts seemed to consume the thoughts of not only the artists
themselves but also the King and other wealthy and influential members of society. This in turn
resulted in neglect of the undertakings of the state, which had its consequences. In 1789, the bloody
French Revolution took place and soon after, the fall of the monarchy. The Swing is undoubtedly the
most famous of all Fragonard s compositions. It epitomizes the Rococo style of the 18th century with
tranquil colors and gentle light, exaggerated diagonals, decorations, and nature. . The libertine Baron
de St. Julien commissioned this piece. He ordered that Fragonard paint the bishop pushing his
Madame on a swing. Fragonard painted for the baron de Saint Julien his first great masterpiece and
from then on he knew that for the rest of his life he would paint for people of wealth. He painted for
many individuals including the king because his talent was something that everyone desired. The
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Contact Hypersensitivity
Contact hypersensitivity (CHS) is a classic murine model of allergic contact dermatitis, which is
classified as one type of delayed type hypersensitivity response. Over the last decade, the important
roles of newly identified subsets of immune cells, such as regulatory T cells (Tregs), CD4+ T helper
17 (Th17) cells, and Langerin+ dermal dendritic cells (DCs), have been demonstrated. Moreover, the
relevance of epidermal Langerhans cells as key antigen presenting cells (APCs) in cutaneous immune
responses has been called into question. As a result, some key dogmas in the development of CHS
have been challenged. In this review, we integrate recent advances into the classic view of CHS, and
discuss the updated mechanisms of its development, with ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
However, novel depletion systems of LCs (Langerin diphtheria toxin receptor [DTR] knock in mice)
have revealed that Langerin+ dDCs, but not LCs, may play a crucial role in sensitization (Bursch et
al., 2007; Kissenpfennig et al., 2005; Wang et al., 2008). We and others have, however, recently
reported that these two populations work in a compensatory manner to initiate sensitization (Honda et
al., 2010a; Noordegraaf et al., 2010). Consistently, Batf3 deficient mice that lack Langerin+ dDCs
exhibited a normal CHS phenotype (Edelson et al., 2010), suggesting the compensation of its function
by other
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The Pros And Cons Of Race Medicine
At the Prostate Cancer Symposium, sponsored by the American Society of Clinical Oncology
(ASCO), two leading clinicians and cancer researchers engaged in a point / counterpoint discussion
that proved to be illuminating and directional in moving the focus. Though the discussion was themed
to create positions of pro versus con, the reality of their arguments really showed more agreement than
not.
Dr. Otis Brawley of Emory University and current Medical Director of the American Cancer Society
lead the discussion by creating a historical perspective of race and its position, or lack of it, in cancer
research and treatment. The concept of race medicine was one that held strength in the first three
decades of the 20th Century and saw its nadir ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Roach related several other examples of healthcare disparity: greater utilization of coronary
revascularization procedures among Medicare Part A enrollees was higher for whites; Blacks were
33% to 54% less likely to receive enhanced cardiac therapies than whites in Veterans Administration
hospitals; and living in a disadvantaged neighborhood is associated with increased coronary heart
disease. All of the above examples have been reported in the Journal of the American Medical
Association and the New England Journal of Medicine.
In trying to understand the differentials based on genetic factors, studies of the polymorphism
Cyp3A4, which is important in androgen metabolism in prostate cancer, would have suggested that the
presence of this polymorphism is a factor; however, the reality is that there wasn t correlation with
disease outcomes. In reality, the preponderance of all data suggests that there are no differences in
outcomes based on race.
The fact is African American men have the 2nd highest five year survival rate in the world, after U.S.
white men. If race then does not matter, then why do Blacks still have a higher incidence and mortality
from prostate cancer? We can break the factors into categories related to incidence and/or
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Customer Based Brand Equity Model
Journal of Euromarketing, 18:115 132, 2009 Copyright c Taylor Francis Group, LLC ISSN: 1049
6483 print / 1528 6967 online DOI: 10.1080/10496480903022253
Customer Based Brand Equity for Global Brands: A Multinational Approach
Eda Atilgan Serkan Akinci Safak Aksoy Erdener Kaynak
ABSTRACT. Focusing on the dimensions and measurement, this study is based on the concept of
brand equity for global brands with empirical evidence from three economically and culturally
dissimilar countries USA, Turkey, and Russia. The brand equity for global brands can be measured
under four basic dimensions: perceived quality, brand loyalty, brand associations, and brand trust.
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Although it is apparent that customer based brand equity has multiple dimensions, there is no general
agreement in current marketing literature as to the nature and content of these dimensions. Previous
research has proposed two (e.g., Faircloth, Capella, Alford, 2001; Keller, 1993), three (e.g., Han
Collins, 2002; Netemeyer et al., 2004), four (e.g., Aaker, 1991; Yoo et al., 2000), five (e.g., Lassar,
Mittal, Sharma, 1995), and even eight (e.g., Vazquez, Del Rio, Iglesias, 2002) dimensions. However,
many of these brand equity dimensions have not been systematically measured or validated within a
nomological framework (Netemeyer et al., 2004). For example, the existence and function of trust
have not been fully investigated within the context of brand equity. On the globalization front,
branding has received increasing attention from marketing academicians. The two prominent reasons
for this are increased cross border population mobility and electronic mobility, both of which
contributed to faster transfer of ideas and a global convergence in consumer tastes and values (Quelch,
1999). Global brands, as defined by Aaker and Joachimsthaler (1999), are those brands whose
positioning, advertising strategy, personality, look, and feel are in most respects the same from one
country to another. Reviewing the top 10 global brands, Quelch identified
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Franz Kafka s Metamorphosis
In respect to the narrative, the title of Franz Kafka s The Metamorphosis is significant. A
metamorphosis could be defined as [an] [...] alteration in appearance, character, or circumstances
(Metamorphosis 2018) In Kafka s novella the main character, Gregor, undergoes physical and mental
alterations. For example, Gregor physically . . .transformed in his bed into an enormous bug (Kafka
pg.1). Also, his thoughts and actions hint to him being hard working and relied on at the beginning of
the story, while towards the end he provides less and is abandoned by his family. He isn t the only one
to go through a transformation. Other characters, such as Grete, Mr. Samsa, and Mrs. Samsa, each go
through their own metamorphosis as well. One
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Hiroshima Bombing Side Effects
Earlier this month on the 6th of August 1945, the United States dropped the first ever atomic bomb on
Hiroshima to end the war and save over one million American lives. The bomb called the Little Boy a
uranium gun type bomb exploded with about thirteen kilotons of force. About 280,000 290,000
civilians and 43,000 soldiers lived in Hiroshima. Around 90,000 and 166,000 people people are
believed to have died from the bomb side effects in the four month period following the explosion.
The bombing of Hiroshima, codenamed operation centerboard, was approved by Curtis LeMay on
August 4, 1945. The B Za plane that carried the Little Boy from Tinian Island in the Western Pacific to
Hiroshima was known as the Enola Bay, after pilot Paul Tibbet s
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How Did Napoleon Bonaparte Impact On Society
Throughout history, there have been many circumstances have led individuals to develop or modify
ideas, and these ideas have often affected societies. One individual was Napoleon Bonaparte, the first
Emperor of the French from 1804 until 1814, and again in 1815. Another individual is Father Hidalgo,
a Mexican Roman Catholic priest and a leader of the Mexican War of Independence. Both individuals
have profound ideas which impacted and influenced societies in many different ways. Napoleon
Bonaparte was born on 15 August 1769.Napoleon was born in a rich family, and because his noble,
moderately affluent background afforded him greater opportunities to study, so he admitted to a
military academy at Brienne le Château, after that he was admitted
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Introduction. Weathering Occurs Through Interaction Between
Introduction Weathering occurs through interaction between rocks, soils, and minerals and the Earth s
atmosphere, biosphere, and hydrosphere. Different types of weathering fall under three general
categories of weathering: physical, chemical, and biological. Tafoni weathering refers to small
cavernous holes and features that is found in granular rock. Typically, these features include smooth
concave walls and are adjacent with one another in networks. Tafoni weathering is a subtype of
weathering that falls under hydration weathering and ultimately under the larger umbrella category of
physical weathering processes. Fundamentally, this particular weathering occurs due to a salt crystal
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Also, the Santa Monica Mountains also undergo Aeolian processes during particularly strong wind
activity such as Santa Ana wind events. Moreover, our primary focus area was restrained to about a 1
mile hike into the park and reached a large volcanic swimming hole. The swimming hole acted as a
boundary, but there are a few observations beyond the swimming hole that also contribute to this
weathering process. In a short distance beyond the swimming hole, there is a visible fault line. Within
the hike, the first observable evidence of tafoni weathering was about 40 minutes into the hike.
Passing a large rock archway, tafoni weathering was evident in the rock face of the archway as well as
the side of the mountains beyond this point. In addition to larger mountains, tafoni weathering was
also present in smaller hillsides. This particular type of weathering was also evident in the mountains
overlooking the swimming hole. The tafoni weathering observed in the mountains around the
swimming hole had larger cave like features than the mountains not directly touching a body of water.
Discussion Presently, there are studies conducted to better understand tafoni weathering with several
investigations and theoretical models but due to limited data available on temperature, moisture and
salt regimes it is difficult to
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Resistant Client Case Study
1. Why is the first meeting with a client so important? The first meeting is so important because it sets
the tone for the relationship between the client and therapist. It can be related to the term first
impression mean everything. If a social worker is having a bad day and they approach the client in a
demanding or what may seem to the client inappropriate way there is a good chance that the client
may not be open to speak about the problem and develop trust issues with the social worker and any
other mental health worker that they may seek help from in the future, all because of the one incident
of the initial approach my the social worker. People are more likely to remember bad situations that
good situations. 2. What factors affect ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
How would you contract with a resistant client? I would recognize the behavior and try to understand
it. Then I show empathy and speak to him in a passive tone and tell him that we are going to do the
best we can at helping you out with some of your issues. I think that body language is the imperative
when working with a resistant client. 5. What are some alternate assessment approaches in
professional practice that are discussed in the text? Which of these would you find the most useful?
According to Shulman (2012),some alternate assessment approaches are the social work networking
map and the culturagram. I find the networking map the most useful in because the clients are able to
have a visual picture of their life and most people are visual learners so I think that this would be the
most effective. Clients need to know who is actually supporting them, because from my experience
clients tend to push away the people that will or are supporting them. But they welcome people who
do not support them. For example a drug user may not want to be around their family, but their family
may be the best support they have. However a drug user may welcome other drug users because they
have something in common, even though there is not support in the so called
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The Case of Romanian Cigarette Market
CHAPTER VIII. STUDY CASES
1. THE CASE OF ROMANIAN CIGARETTE MARKET
1. Introduction Among the obligations assumed by Romania by(1) the EU Adhesion Treaty (2)there is
the fact that, until 2010, the minimum tax level for cigarettes must be aligned with the minimum tax
level of the member states 57% of the most popular cigarettes (MPPC) price, but not less than 64
Euros for 1000 cigarettes. Through the modifications made to the Fiscal Code in April 2006 by the
OU 33/2006 the government approved the tax level, which will increase gradually until it reaches the
required level. (In 2006, this happened two times, at an approximately two month s interval).
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This means the elimination of the sub medium and medium cigarettes producers and the consolidation
of the position of premium and prestige cigarettes producers. They will share the remaining market
shares, favouring the creation of a symmetrical oligopoly. The computations demonstrate that the main
producers on the market will remain BAT and PM, who s portfolio mainly consists premium cigarettes
and which will distribute the remaining 10% between themselves after the elimination of the small
ones, as well as the 10% lost by their main competitor, JTI. Thus, the competition on the market will
be significantly diminished through the eradication of the very condition of a competitive market the
existence of a sufficiently large enough number of producers so that the price is a result of the balance
between offer and demand, as article 4 from the Competition Law stipulates.
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By imposing the minimum tax, the base and value cigarettes producers will be forced to choose
between two alternatives equally disadvantageous to them: either they sell at a lower price, and they
lose, or they sell at the minimum price of 2.6 RON, and their sales go down. Due to this, their
autonomy is affected, and also the freedom of trade (art. 9). The consumer has a limited possibility to
choose and is forced to accept a higher price for a base or value product, which affects his/her welfare.
The welfare of the end user is assured by the quantitative,
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Essay on The Book of Genesis Sets the Stage for the Bible
The Book of Genesis has served as a work of literature to the western civilization for the past two
thousand years. The word Genesis simply means origins or beginnings . This book sets the stage for
the bible, telling us of God s ultimate plan for humanity. It also speaks about the nature of God as
creator and redeemer as well as the value of human life. Consequences for disobedience and sin are
shown; separating man from God. We will also see the promise of salvation and forgiveness of man
due to God s grace. However, what does the book of Genesis say about the portrayal of women? From
the very beginning of Genesis, in the description of the Eden story, tension arises between Eve and the
divine process. Eve is tricked by the serpent ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
After the seven years, Jacob goes to Laban and asks for Rachel s hand. Laban instead tricks Jacob and
gives his eldest daughter Leah. Jacob finds out the next morning and is then tricked again into
working another seven years so he can marry Rachel. Jacob is then married to both women. Jacob
loved Rachel and despised Leah and because of this, God made Rachel barren. Jacob continued to
hate Leah until she conceived and bare him four sons. Rachel begins to feel worthless because she
cannot give her husband any children. Rachel comes up with a plan to give Jacob children. Bilhah,
Rachel s maid is offered to Jacob by his wife to carry his child. Bilhah conceives and bare Jacob
another son. All throughout Genesis, a woman s value relies on her ability to conceive and her
subservience to her husband. Women are never allowed to travel alone and must remain under their
father or their husband s authority. As a whole, the women in Genesis are portrayed as obstacles to
dominant goals due to nonfulfillment of roles. Since Rachel and Leah both offered up their maids to
Jacob to bare children, Jacob ends up with four wives. Polygamy is documented throughout the Bible
and there is no evidence of disapproval from God portrayed.. However, when we talk about marriage
today, using the Bible as reference, it is said that it needs to be between one man and one woman. God
is looking
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Is Hamlet Sane Or Insane
Shakespeare s tragic hero, Hamlet, and his sanity can be argued. Many parts of the play shows that he
may be sane, or insane. There are indications from Hamlet throughout the play of his mind s well
being including many quotes that support both sides. Hamlet has mood swings and his mood changes
many times throughout the play. Hamlet seems to act mad when he found out about his father s death
by saying weird things that make him sound mad. It seems as if there are two different Hamlets
throughout the play, one that is a sensitive prince and then the insane Hamlet who from an outburst of
passion and rage stabs and kills Polonius without feeling any remorse. After killing Polonius he doesn
t tell anyone where the body is. Instead he assumes that everyone just thinks that he s gone mad. ...
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He jumps into Ophelia s grave, and fights with Laertes in her grave. He claims that he loves Ophelia at
one point, but then another time thats not so. throughout the fight with Laertes her grave, he tells
Laertes that he s never loved Ophelia. Hamlet starts to realise his awareness of his disappearing sanity
when he tells Laertes that he killed Polonius as an act of rage. Hamlet has violent outbursts towards
the queen, who is his mother. While Hamlet was alone, he saw his fathers ghost. Each time the ghost
came about, another person saw it. During this scene is when his mother believes that he has gone
mad, because she doesnt see the
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The Myth Of The Old Testament
The Old Testament generally presents a familial narrative in which the whole human race descends
from one family. This unfolds itself and then focuses in on Abraham, from whom the line of
inheritance is drawn to Israel. The Israelites are distinctly filled with flaws throughout their history.
Whereas Rome as noble stories of war and triumph, Israel has stories of Old Men wandering the
desert. Their ancestors and heroic figures are not demigods nor epic heros, but merely wandering men
of faith, Patriarchs sold into slavery, and sheep herders. God forges His chosen people from the
outcasts of humanity. In forging a people of His own, God is named their Father. He is called such in
the Old Testament in two distinct ways. First, as specifically the God of Israel. Second, The Father of
Israel s king. Explicit notions of God as the Father of Israel number nine, while He is mentioned as the
Father of the King five times. There are many times in which Israel is called the son of, or the
Israelites are called the children of, God. The narrative that unfolds with God as the Father of a Nation
and their King is especially vital to understanding the Old Testament. The Old Testament s explicit
mention of God as the Father of Israel come especially in Deuteronomy, the Psalms, and the Prophets.
He is pictured as forming, protecting, guiding, providing, offering covenants, giving inheritance, and
restoring. The foundational moment of this is found in the book of Deuteronomy.
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Religion Reflection
Before taking American Religious Lives, I had previously taking Mystery and Meaning, that was my
first encounter with religion. Essentially everything that we have learned in the class has been new to
me because I do not have any prior experience with American religion, since my other Religious
Studies class focused on Asian and Native American religions. Growing up I never went to church
growing up, but I was baptized, but never understood what that meant. I do no think of myself who is
involved or a part of any religion. The fact that I am unfamiliar makes the class very challenging for
me, but it is also a good type of challenge because it makes me work harder to understand all the
topics discussed in class and it makes me really have to think deeper about all the topics. Not being
associated with any religion is also helpful because I can be an outsider and not have a biased opinion
and not have to choose a side of the different religious perspectives. Religion seems like it is a very
complex topic, where a lot of religions in America have different sects and each sect has a different
background. I knew that Christianity was the most popular religion in America, but I did not know
about all the different sects and that Christianity as a whole is the faith of over 70% of Americans and
that most of the other 30% is made up of people who are unaffiliated with any religion. (Wormald, 1).
Another topic that I found intriguing was that most of the immigrants that come to
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Sophocles Antigone And MLK Letter From Birmingham Jail
The fight for the good life begins with a single event. A word out of turn, an act of protest and overall,
a continuous support of ones morals. Throughout their life, one is ingrained with morals up until the
final breath they take. Antigone violates Creon s edict and fights for the rights of her brother
Polyneices and goes against the word of the law. Martin Luther King Junior (MLK) fights against
racial inequality and lobbies racial views with acts of civil disobediences. Both Antigone and MLK
acted against laws they believed to be unjust. Their own life experiences and the morals they grew up
with influenced where the fine line of right and wrong stands. In Sophocles Antigone and MLK s
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Within Letter from a Birmingham Jail, MLK describes the four step plan one must follow to carry on
a nonviolent campaign. Antigone s actions throughout Antigone carefully mimic those steps.
Throughout the story you can consider Antigone s actions to be part of a nonviolent campaign. MLK
says that, In any nonviolent campaign there are four basic steps: collection of the facts to determine
whether injustices exist; negotiation; self purification; and direct action (paragraph six). Antigone
determined there was an injustice committed when Creon s edict decreed that no one would be able to
bury her brother Polyneices or they face a punishment by death. Antigone finds this to be an injustice,
when she asks for help from her sister Ismene she says, ...And now you can prove what you are: A true
sister, or a traitor to your family. (Antigone 26 27). Once captured by the Sentry she negotiates with
Creon, attempting to appeal to him so he is able to understand her reverence for the dead is what god
wants (lines 355 420). Within self purification Antigone undergoes strong emotions that could be
alluded to feelings of suicide and depression. All she wants is to bury Polyneices and not let this
injustice go unnoticed. She is willing to go to great lengths to fight for what she believes in and the
extent she goes to stand up for what she believes is the act of self purification MLK talks about. Her
direct action is
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Apple Cook Case
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Apple was formed in 1976 by Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs. After some
disastrous losses in the 1980 s and 1990 s to their main competitor, IBM, Apple was able to re invent
the entire company. When Jobs returned to Apple in 1996, he took an expanded role and not only
continually pushed for innovative ideas and products but also compelled several structural changes.
Jobs also got rid of profitless divisions and departments. Apple has been able to gain market share
quicker than the competition mainly due to the halo effect from the iPod. The halo effect is the idea
that continued sales of iPods to Windows users will eventually translate into increased Mac sales.
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Cook also plays a key role in reseller and supplier relationships. Prior to his career with Apple, Cook
has also worked for Compaq and IBM. Peter Oppenheimer is Apple s Senior Vice President and Chief
Financial Officer. Oppenheimer overseas the controller, treasury, investor relations, tax, information
systems, internal audit and facilities functions. He joined Apple in 1996, coming from ADP, where he
was CFO of the four strategic business units. Prior to his career with ADP, Oppenheimer spent six
years in the Information Technology Consulting Practice with Coopers and Lybrand where he
managed financial and systems engagements for clients in the insurance, telecommunications,
transportation and banking industries.
SWOT ANALYSIS Apple s strengths include their knowledge of the customer base, high quality
products, brand name, innovation, product diversification, and the products ease of use. The iPod has
given the company access to a whole new series of segments that may purchase other Apple brands.
Brand has proven to be very important for Apple. They have a loyal group of consumers that advocate
the brand and also help to procure new customers.
One of Apple s noted weaknesses is that its operating system for its Macintosh line of computers,
while better than DOS and Windows in many
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Employee Theft Research Paper
Employee Theft Julio Duran Kaplan College McAllen Campus CJ 180 Rene Pineda: 8/11/15:
Employee Theft At some point in everyone s life, they are confronted with the eighth commandment:
Thou shall not steal. Mine came during high school. I had several friends who worked for various
businesses, one of them at a fast food restaurant. Every Friday at midnight, my other friends and I
would visit him with empty stomachs. We would pay for the cheapest item on the menu, a 49 cent
cookie, and he would give us all the food we wanted. We never gave a second of consideration to the
effect of our actions. My story is not uncommon, and it should create concern. Even though it is not
often talked about, employee theft is one of the most serious ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
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A code of conduct should also include the duty of an employee to report theft incidents or suspected
theft situations and that such reporting can be done so anonymously and confidentially, without any
retribution toward the reporting employee. Shoplifting Apprehension Policy: This policy should
include the company s steps on how to detect, handle and resolve a shoplifting situation. Within this
policy is most often found the Steps of Shoplifting Detection, how to handle a known shoplifting
situation and most importantly, what not to do (such as run after a shoplifter) when trying to resolve a
shoplifting situation. Retailers have lost millions of dollars due to wrongful apprehensions, injuries
and even deaths of employees, suspected shoplifters and bystanders Don t let the possible loss of
merchandise cost you greatly. Robbery Procedures: A robbery is a very unfortunate and sometimes
dangerous situation. The best way of handling a robbery is for an employee to understand how they
should act to get through the event without issue. Written policy and procedures on how to act or not
act, along with proper awareness can be the difference of a robbery becoming a very serious and
unfortunate
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Three Little Pigs
SOMERSET PA (AP) A. Wolf took the stand today in his own defense. This shocked and stunned the
media who predicted that he would not testify in the brutal double murder trial. A. Wolf is accused of
killing (and eating) The First Little Pig, and The Second Little Pig. This criminal trial is expected to be
followed by a civil trial to be brought by the surviving Third Little Pig. The case has been
characterized as a media circus.
His testimony is transcribed below:
Everybody knows the story of the Three Little Pigs. Or at least they think they do. But I ll let you in
on a little secret. Nobody knows the real story, because nobody has ever heard my side of the story. I
m Alexander T. Wolf. You can call me Al. I don t know how this ... Show more content on
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And right in the middle of the pile of straw was the First Little Pig dead as a doornail. He had been
home the whole time. It seemed like a shame to leave a perfectly good ham dinner lying there in the
straw. So I ate it up. Think of it as a cheeseburger just lying there. I was feeling a little better. But I
still didn t have my cup of sugar . So I went to the next neighbor s house. This neighbor was the First
Little Pig s brother. He was a little smarter, but not much. He has built his house of sticks. I rang the
bell on the stick house. Nobody answered. I called, Mr. Pig, Mr. Pig, are you in? He yelled back. Go
away wolf. You can t come in. I m shaving the hairs on my shinny chin chin.
I had just grabbed the doorknob when I felt another sneeze coming on. I huffed. And I snuffed. And I
tried to cover my mouth, but I sneezed a great sneeze.
And you are not going to believe this, but the guy s house fell down just like his brother s. When the
dust cleared, there was the Second Little Pig dead as a doornail. Wolf s honor. Now you know food
will spoil if you just leave it out in the open. So I did the only thing there was to do. I had dinner
again. Think of it as a second helping. I was getting awfully full. But my cold was feeling a little
better. And I still didn t have that cup of sugarr for my dear old granny s birthday cake. So I went to
the next house. This guy was the First and Second Little Pig s brother. He must have
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An Example Of An Improvement Project, Tools Used, And The...
1.3. Provide an example of an improvement project, tools used, and the outcomes that can be shared
and spread to other health care providers. As the patient safety officer, I am involved in the frequent
root cause analysis (RCA) that result in improvements due to a retrospective response to specific
events. Likewise, I am involved in many patient safety and quality initiatives where information from
occurrences is used to improve quality, such as the falls prevention program, hospital acquired
pressure ulcer prevention, medication safety to name a few. These are broader approaches for
improvement using a collaborative, multidisciplinary effort directed at improving the quality
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The group was led by myself and included members of a multidisciplinary team of all units involved
in the telemetry process including the managers, nurses, monitor technicians and clinical engineers.
This group selection afforded us an opportunity to share successful approaches, discuss barriers and
create specific strategies acknowledging variation and where in the process steps it could be
eliminated. Multiple barriers in the process were readily identified and the team would meet on a bi
weekly for several months to discuss each process step and decided on countermeasures. An example
of one risk recognized was an interruption in the ECG data recorded between the emergency
department and the data recorded in the telemetry units. This step revealed a possible loss of data and
possible incorrect patient identification of data upon arrival to the unit. The solution was to involve
clinical engineering to create a seamless record for recording the cardiac ECG rhythms from the
emergency room to the inpatient bed. The team scored each FMEA step, agreed upon the risk score
threshold for each actionable items, and finalized the approach. Measurement of post FMEA showed a
reduction in events an important part of evaluating the success of the implemented steps. The action
items were shared with the system NPSG alarm teams and applied where applicable. Additionally, all
system facilities share event data on a twice weekly review
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Lincoln Vs Calhoun
As with Calhoun, Lincoln s notion of the Union and state sovereignty also ties into the principle of
majority rule. However, Lincoln has a far different opinion than Calhoun, arguing that within the
Union, the people, not the states, are the sovereign body, founded on the principle of majority rule.
Furthermore, in Lincoln s opinion, if you have a government based on majority rule, secession cannot
possibly be considered legal or constitutional. While Calhoun fears majority rule will lead to tyranny
and the infringement of the minority s liberty, Lincoln believes it is the foundation of our government
and protects majority will from suppression by a smaller party. Discussing this point further, Lincoln
writes, Unanimity is impossible; the rule of the minority, as a permanent arrangement, is wholly
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All rules, laws, or amendments will produce a majority and minority opinion. Ultimately, while
Calhoun argues that majority rule leads to majority tyranny, Lincoln claims that secession allows
tyranny of the minority by allowing a small group of people to undermine the entire government.
Furthermore, because government is based on majority rule, secession violates both the Union and
Constitution. As Lincoln notes, if all the States, save one, should assert the power to drive that one out
of the Union, it is presumed the whole class of seceding politicians would at once deny the power, and
denounce the act as the greatest outrage against State rights (Lincoln 252). Lincoln points out the
hypocrisy in Calhoun s argument, claiming that if the roles were reversed and the majority was trying
to drive out the minority, advocates of secession would be outraged. As a whole, Lincoln is a large
critic of the views of Calhoun, and presents arguments that are polar opposites of his ideology
regarding the Union and majority
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Causes anf Results of Communism in Eastern and Central Europe
Communism was one of the political theories founded by Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx in the end
of the 19th century . Both of these philosophers had the same point of view concerning the economic
and political principles. Also, Communism brought up many changes to International Relations , and
the body of the essay will describe the causes and results of Communism in Eastern and central
Europe. In 1844 Engel and Marx started to discover interesting facts about Communism and no longer
in 1848 they decided to write and publish Communism Manifesco , which was thought to be one of
the best and influential political books ever. Under Communism Manifesco all people were thought to
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A lot of countries were influenced by the Communism. Among them are: Eastern German and Poland,
The Communism in Poland lasted for forty years that brought a new and specific changes in the
government at the end of the Second World War. Poland had a really complicated situation because of
Iosef Stalin and his Communist Party. He described his points of view in a very clear way, Imposing
Communism on Poland was as absurd as putting a saddle on a cow . Moreover ,everything was under
control of the Polish Government of Stalin, including a lot of spheres as culture, social aspects of life
and economy. As government had all the power in their hands, people were absolutely deprived of
power. That kind of period was strongly disliked by people and brought a lot of strikes, protections
and even attacks. As the result, the Communism system had a bad influence on the development of
Poland. Eastern German was also under the Communism regime. The historic German capital of
Berlin, although in the East was a special case. Berlin itself was split into 4 sectors after the war. West
Berlin was part of West Germany despite being completely surrounded by East Germany. The Eastern
part of German was absolutely poor in all its aspects. The lack of food, transport and all the necessary
goods lead to the panic. To prevent bad causes of that situation, German government
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A Project Plan On Image Quality Essay
A Project Plan On IMAGE QUALITY ASSESMENT Submittedto AmityUniversity Uttar Pradesh
inpartial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Bachelorof Technology in
Computer Science by Shubham Kansal Anuja Kohli underthe guidance of Ms. Shanu Sharma
DEPARTMENTOF: Computer Science AMITY SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND
TECHNOLOGY AMITY UNIVERSITY UTTAR PRADESH NOIDA(U.P.) DECLARATION
I/We,Shubham Kansal and Anuja Kohli,student(s)ofB.Tech(cse)herebydeclarethattheprojecttitled
Image Quality Assesment whichissubmittedbyme/ustoDepartmentof computer
science,AmitySchoolofEngineeringandTechnology,AmityUniversity Uttar Pradesh, Noida, in partial
fulfillment of requirement for the award of the degree of
BachelorofTechnologyinCSE,hasnotbeenpreviouslyformedthebasisfortheawardofany degree, diploma
or other similar title or recognition. Noida Date Name and signature of Student(s) Shubham Kansal
Anuja Kohli CERTIFICATE OnthebasisofdeclarationsubmittedbyShubham Kansal and Anuja
Kohli,student(s)ofB.Tech Computer Science,Ihereby certify that the project titled Image Quality
Assessment which is submittedto Departmentofcomputer science and technology
AmitySchoolofEngineeringand
Technology,AmityUniversityUttarPradesh,Noida,inpartialfulfillmentoftherequirementfor
theawardofthedegreeofBachelorof Technologyin
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Southern Slavery And Its Impact On American Society
During early 19th century, the entrenchment of Southern slavery, there was discussion between
planters who benefitted from it and abolitionists who fought against it. Most Americans, especially
those in Southern states, understood that slavery system could not help parting from their economic
and social system. Southern slavery system brought big economical benefits. However, it negatively
influenced American society as a whole rather that positively. Southern economy was the center of
plantation that cultivated cotton. Many the rich started to carve the plantation to earn money by
exporting cotton. They needed a lot of labor and slavery was proper to use. The majority of white
southerners did not own slaves because planters monopolized the best land. They could not help
taking possession of the land that was not proper to cultivate cotton. Most of them earned a living by
self sufficiency even though the slave population was growing: from 697,624 in 1790 to 3,953,760 in
1860.
Southern slavery was based on paternalism to justify the brutal reality of slavery, in which
slaveholding gentlemen took personal responsibility for the physical and moral well being of their
dependents women, children, and slaves. The slave owner demanded unquestioning obedience from
their dependents and intended to make them perfectly dependent to the white man. Most planters lived
on their plantation with compelling strict order. Without the owner s permission, slaves
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Fascism In Germany
Fascism succeeded in Germany, not as a result of Hitler being elected. There were many factors that
lead Hitler and the Nazi party to succeed. Hitler took advantage of situations such as the Great
Depression and the Reichstag fire to help the Nazi Party gain support and obtain power of Germany.
Along with taking advantage of those factors Hitler was able to convince the members of Reichstag to
pass the Enabling Act. Another way Hitler was able to gain more support was by rewarding the people
of Germany with organizations such as the Gleichstang and strength through joy. The Great
Depression of 1929 impacted Germany tremendously. Already gone through the Hyperinflation of
1923, the struggling Germany economy was facing another challenge. Many Germans encountered
unemployment along with German farmers facing the threat of price declines of commodities and also
the declining of markets. With many Germans facing unemployment this meant they were not able to
earn money so it was difficult to get food or other necessities. This economic hardship gave Hitler the
opportunity to reach out to the people of Germany who were outraged and worried about their future.
So, this economic tragedy brought new supporters, voters, activists to the Nazi Party, which led them
to gain more popularity. With more support and popularity, the Nazi Party kept on growing and
becoming more powerful. In January 1933 Hitler was designated as Chancellor. He did not have much
power at the beginning of
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The Super Power s Role in Fueling the Dispute in the...
The Middle East is a region to which the superpowers attached great significance and in which they
evidenced great attention. The United States and the Soviet Union became the main external powers of
significance in the Middle East in the period since the end of World War II but mostly since the mid
1950s and the withdrawal of British and French influence from the region. The superpowers had
conflicting and similar interests and their policies often clashed, but they avoided direct conflict while
their respective clients were occupied in war. The Arab League, an organisation that represented all of
the Arab countries, promised its support for Nasser and Arab enmity towards Israel amplified still
further. There were also key changes in other parts of the Middle East, which had conventionally
supported the West. The pro western system in Iraq was overthrown in 1958 and Syria and Libya both
began to look to the Soviet Union for military aid. In 1958 Syria and Egypt created the United Arab
Republic, this lasted for three years until a revolution in Syria in 1961. Nasser had hoped that this
would be the foundation for the Pan Arab movement that he dreamed of. In 1964 Nasser supported the
starting up of the Palestine Liberation organisation. A few incidents, such as the Suez Crisis led to
Superpower involvement in the Middle East on a large scale. From being a Middle Eastern concern,
relations between Israel and its Arab neighbors became a potential global crisis point. To try to
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Buddhism Artwork Along Silk Road Essay
Trade routes have always been more than just the means of transporting goods and services to
neighboring regions. These routes serve as a way to spread culture, art, religion, and many other
things amongst countries. One of the most outstanding trade routes in the past was the Silk Road
found in China. It was a route used by many people to travel and transport goods such as silk, paper,
livestock, jewels, and much more, from East to West China. It consisted of land and sea routes, which
made transportation and traveling convenient for man in that time period. There were many items
traded along the Silk Road that had a profound impact on the development of the cultures, religions
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Much of these artworks were created during the Tang Dynasty, in the seventh century when trading
along the Silk Rode increased. The art developed during the Tang generation provided all with
valuable insight into the art. It was reflection of the cultural changed and the political power of the
Tang empire and the importance of Buddhism in Chinese culture. Buddhism began to spread along the
Silk Road and as it traveled it was accepted by those who lived in neighboring communities. Monks
who practiced Buddhism found many of these caves, and would paid artists to create murals and
paintings of the Buddhas teachings. Many of these caves had colorful wall painting and Buddha
images, which often were sponsored by travelers who sought protection for their journey ahead or
gave thanks for having their life. There were numerous murals that portrayed the preaching scenes of
Buddhas and Bodhisattvas that were reminders to believers of the religion to obtain their ultimate goal
of rebirth. By the late seventh century and early eighth century, Buddhism had reached its highest
point in China. With Buddhism reaching its peak, entire walls of the caves were devoted to historical
and legendary events, which allowed pilgrims to learn and practice the religion. Throughout the Tang
Dynasty artists traveled to The Caves of the Thousand Buddhas to paint teachings of Buddhism, which
included many portraits of
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Physics Of A Firefighter
The art of reading fire is a very important skill that anyone should know how to do. Firefighters are
the best at knowing when and where they need to attack the fire first. One can learn a lot about what a
fire is going to do before it happens based on the smoke alone. When the first truck rolls up on scene
and there is smoke billowing out of every nook and cranny of a burning structure, the majority of the
time somebody on that truck is going to know exactly where that fire is located before any regular
civilian would.
The first and foremost thing on any fireman s mind is there safety. If the area or task is not safe they
will move their thing to somewhere that is or they will not run into a burning building. According to
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Smoke velocity is the number one cause of flashover. Flashover is defined by the NFPA as, A
transitional phase in the development of a compartment fire in which each surface exposed to thermal
radiation reaches its ignition temperature more or less simultaneously and fire spreads rapidly
throughout the space resulting in full room involvement or total involvement of the compartment or
enclosed area. The velocity of the smoke allows for one to locate the fire and extinguish it if capable
before the flashover event occurs. The majority of the time flashover will be what causes the injuries
so the sooner the fire can be located and extinguished the
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Adam Anderson Synopsis
A middle aged gay actor with AIDS gets a second chance at life when he wakes up thirty years
younger.
BRIEF SYNOPSIS:
ANDERSON STONE (52) a gay soap opera actor is fired from his job and replaced by a younger
actor. Anderson drowns his sorrows at a bar where he sees ADAM, who looks like he s 16 year old.
Anderson can tell Adam is a hustler. Anderson doesn t want to have sex with him. Instead, he gives
Adam money to survive. He tells Adam not to let anyone know that he s really a good guy.
Anderson received more bad news; his friend CHUCK is sick and in the hospital. When Anderson
arrives to the hospital, he learns that Chuck died. He had HIV. Anderson confronts his doctor about his
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They both can t figure out what s happening to them. Adam shouldn t even be alive. Anderson doesn t
care about going back. Adam accuses Anderson of being a prick and storms off.
Anderson has sex at the bathhouse and gets stoned on cocaine. He sleeps in the bathhouse for days. He
later finds Adam waiting for him at his home. Adam has nowhere to go. Anderson invites Adam to
stay with him.
Anderson realizes he has missed two days of work. He s fired. Three men jump Anderson and rape
him. Adam calls Chuck for help. Adam decides to get a job. Anderson tries to kiss him. Adam admits
he s only 17 years old and they need to wait until he s 18 years old.
Anderson continues to get drunk. Adam notices a bluish purple mark on Anderson. Anderson knows it
s AIDS. Adam doesn t really understand what AIDS is. Adam doesn t want to wait for sex. They use a
condom.
At a Halloween party, Chuck meets PATRICK. Adam finds Anderson having sex in the sex club back
room. Anderson invites Adam to join, but he refuses. Anderson hits Adam. Adam realizes Anderson
has to hit bottom before he can get help.
Anderson visits Dr. KLIENMAN, who tells him that he definitely has AIDS. Anderson doesn t want to
take meds; he would rather
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How Did Montag Change In Fahrenheit 451
When a society abandons the past, the future becomes more unfamiliar than ever before. This is a
concept present throughout Ray Bradbury s novel Fahrenheit 451, in which the society has abandoned
reading in its entirety. Guy Montag, the main protagonist in the story, is a fireman. The word fireman
itself has lost its historical meaning in the story and has changed from men who put out fires to men
who start fires and burn books. The reason these men burn books is because they were outlawed after
people stopped reading them, and this is done in order to maintain social equality. With the
abandonment of reading and intellectualism, society has changed and, arguably not for the better. The
main character, Montag, slowly becomes more aware of the society he lives in through his new
neighbor Clarisse McClellan, an old lady with a collection of books, and a known intellectual named
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Shortly after Clarisse moves in down the street from the main protagonist, she meets Montag. Even
though she has learned that he is a fireman, she is willing to talk to him anyway, saying, You know, I
m not afraid of you at all (Bradbury 11). So she talks to him, and he listens. He listens and learns from
her and learns what life can be from her. Clarisse gives Montag thoughts and ideas he has never had
before and this sparks a strive for knowledge in Montag. Montag begins to ask questions, similar to
how Clarisse does. The fireman wishes to learn more about his position in society and begins to
slowly understand what is happening around him. The reader can tell the progression of awareness in
Montag and there is an evident distinction of change throughout the story. Clarisse sparked ideas in
Montag that would, most likely, not have been present without her influence, and because of this
Montag is greatly impressed by Clarisse and this is why she had such a large impact on
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Choosing Garage Door Opener
5 Tips for choosing Garage Door Opener Are you having problems when choosing the best garage
door opener? Garage door openers are increasingly demanded in the market, and for this reason many
manufacturing companies are producing many types of garage door openers. So, with many types of
garage door openers out there in the market, it might be hard for you to choose the best garage door
opener. What do you look in the garage door opener? Two main considerations should be consider;
drive options this is the real chain, belt or any other device that makes the garage door move lifting the
it to the desired location, and horse power options make sure you check the motor to determine the
horsepower output. Below are the 5 Tips for choosing Garage ... Show more content on
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The type of your drive you will use with ½ HP motor will have the ability to lift or close your garage
door. as you choose the horsepower output of your garage door make sure you consider the weight of
your garage door as it will strain your ½ HP motors leading to wear and tear of your garage door thus
costing you more. 2 Consider AC Versus DC: apart from the horse power of your garage door opener,
make some consideration on the amount of current. Critical evaluation between DC and AC motors;
direct motors are one of the best and common belt drives. Direct current are relatively expensive but
they are more advantage in that they offer soft starts and stops; meaning they open or close your
garage door gradually by lifting and stopping gradually. This is good as it produces less noise than any
motor jerking that is prone to shaking the door. Verdict For accident prevention through injury
infliction and damage to other properties; make sure that the garage door openers are manufactured in
accordance to the set standard of your country of choice or properly installed by an expert. Lastly, is to
perform periodic reviewing on the maintenance and care that came with the garage door and garage
door
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Airtel Swot Analysis
I. INRODUCTION
India s two top telecom operators, Bharti Airtel and Reliance Jio, are locked in a tight competition
which has triggered another round of price war in the industry. But unlike the 3G price war in 2012 or
4G price war in 2016, the new battle isn t about who is offering the lowest price but who can sell for
free and for how long. And then, there s a revived interest in targeting the lower tier of userbase that is
still using the 2G feature phones.
In September, Reliance Jio launched its fourth generation (4G) wireless internet services, that has led
to a financially bleeding battle between telecom operators.
What Reliance Jio is offering, is unfair competition , Mittal had said at a conference in Delhi, while
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The study is explanatory in nature.
1.3 OBJECTIVES
II. ANALYSIS
2.1 SWOT Analysis
1. Airtel is one of the largest cellular service provider in India, with over 260 million subscribers
2. Largest Telecom operator in the world with 200+ million subscribers across 19 countries make
Airtel a strong brand
3. Airtel is the only Indian operator, with VSNL, that has an international submarine cable
4. High brand visibility of Airtel
5. Strong advertising with celebrity brand ambassadors has boosted the brand
6. Airtel has great value added services like Airtel money, online recharges, bill payments
7. Airtel stores, kiosks, sponsorships etc have boosted the brand presence worldwide. 1.Price
competition from other telecom players means limited market share.
2.User privacy is an allegation which the brand has had to face.
1.Price competition from other telecom players means limited market share.
2.User privacy is an allegation which the brand has had to face 1.New entrant s low price offering can
reduce market share
2.Saturation point in basic telephony service can be tapped by Airtel
3.Mobile Number Portability can be used by the company to tap competitor
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Leadership Class Analysis
Over the course of this class I have learned about the kind of leader I am as well as the kind of leader I
prefer when being the follower in a situation. Whether or not it is common I am not sure, however I
react to a different leadership style than the one I implement myself. Above I have created my own
leadership model that I feel covers all of the aspects it takes to being a successful leader. There are
three elements to being a productive leader in any given situation and it starts with you as a person. In
order to be a leader I feel that you must first understand who you are as a person, you need to know
what drives you to succeed, and what motivates you. As the leader of an organization, business, or
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Beginning with yourself and moving through the phases until reaching your final outcome. One of the
lectures from week two, Cunningham Skills, is a great way to begin understand yourself as a leader. If
you as a leader can embrace and understand how to implement the six skills Cunningham believes are
necessary to be a successful leader than you have the first element of my leadership model taken care
of. My absolute favorite skill Cunningham discusses is the idea of managing symbols (Strong, 2016,
Cunningham Skills), I believe the reason it sticks out so much to me is because becoming a teacher is
something I have wanted for a while now and you have to know and understand how to conduct
yourself in a manner that represents who you are as well as who your school is. It is so important in
today s society to remember how much access others have to your personal life, whether your social
media is private or not. Therefore, creating an image for yourself is so essential and should begin long
before your become a leader of a large organization or
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Coming Of Age Quotes
You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view until you climb
into his skin and walk around in it (Chapter 3). This quote was taken from the novel To Kill A
Mockingbird, written by Harper Lee. Throughout the novel, Jem and Scout begin their journey to the
coming of age as they interact and learn more about Boo Radley and the secrets of the Radley Manor.
This key scene significantly contributes to their coming of age because as Scout learns to consider
other people s perspectives, she gains a wider view on the world and the people who live in it. She
becomes more conscious of the actions she chooses to make and how they affect her, as well as the
people who surround her.
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One character that shows a strong motif is Dolphus Raymond, who teaches Scout that what you see on
the outside, may not be exactly what is truly there. He is portrayed as a drunk man who doesn t care
about anything and has a Co Cola bottle full of whiskey in there (Chapter 16) with him at all times. He
is a man that Maycomb county takes as a joke. But when further reading, you find out that his coke
bottle really is filled with just coke as stated by Scout in chapter nineteen, You mean all you drink in
that sack s Coca Cola? Just plain Coca Cola? . He lets others believe what they want to about him
because he has a black wife, and that wasn t acceptable to society during the nineteen twenties. He
would rather let them think that his actions are due to his alcoholism, and not his free mind because
having a black woman as a wife was illegal. These motifs are littered throughout the entirety of the
book. Atticus s advice is shown in this situation because Scout is learning more and more about why
people do things. She learned that people have reasons for the actions that they do and that she cannot
judge someone based off of rumors, like she had done prior with Mr. Boo
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Altering Reality
Not all fictional literary works are based on fictional events. In fact, many great works of literature are
based on true life events, people, and places. One author who practices this method of writing is
William Shakespeare. In Shakespeare s The Tragedy of Macbeth, many similarities and contrasts of
historical accounts are used to fuel the drama s storyline. This is very apparent amongst the play s
characters, events, and settings. Shakespeare begins his historical references with the use of well
known historical characters. Two of the play s main characters are two rivaling Scottish kings, Duncan
I and Macbeth. Shakespeare does an excellent job in using contrasts of the actual kings, in The
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The last example of Shakespeare s historical references is Shakespeare s settings. While most of
Shakespeare s references are contrasts, Shakespeare does stay true to many of the historical stages set
before him. Like the historical background of the Scottish rivalry between Macbeth and Duncan, the
drama takes place throughout the Scottish country side (Shakespeare). In fact, many of Shakespeare s
main settings are based on real Scottish landmarks. One of these landmarks is the ancient fort of
Dunsinane, which is Shakespeare s setting for the castle of the king of Scotland. Although, this is not
the home place of the actual Scottish king, it is in close proximity to Birnham Wood ( Dunsinane ), the
same Birnham Wood referred to by the witches of The Tragedy of Macbeth. Macbeth shall never
vanquished be until Great Birnham Wood to high Dunsinane Hill Shall come against him
(Shakespeare 355; Act IV Scene I ll 92 94). According to some scholars, the reason for the
significance of Birnham Wood in Shakespeare s tragedy is related to the historical, victorious battle of
Macbeth near Dunkeld, a modern region of Perth and Kinross, which happens to be in close proximity
to Birnham Wood as well ( Macbeth ). Birnham Wood is also the setting for one of Macbeth s defeats
by Siward, earl of Northunbria, in 1054 ( Dunsinane ). While these settings are closely related, one of
Shakespeare s settings contrasts quite a bit. Cawdor, a castle in
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Marsden s Analysis
Women now grow up in a community where their choices can be made by themselves. Women no
longer have to seek their father s or husband input. Still to this day we are treated in certain
circumstances as inferior to the male population (Marsden, 2012). Beside this women have come so
far because they no longer have no control over their choices, their choices are in their own hand and
they are able to do what they wish (Marsden, 2012). For example in class we have talked about the
electoral system (Heritz, 2016b). For the longest time only British born men 21 and over were eligible
to vote (Heritz, 2016b). Women fought peacefully to get their right to vote so that they could have a
say. This relates to Marsden s novel because she discusses ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The constitution act is a documents that implement the current rights and freedoms for society. The
constitution act from 1867 to 1982 ended up being completely different acts since society evolved so
much the constitution act had to evolve with it (Marsden, 2012). If one were to look at the constitution
act now in the 21st century and compare the differences from the first constitution act in 1867 several
people would not believe that the act had changed that much over 150 years. The 1982 Canadian
Charter of Human Right and Freedoms is considered to fall under the new and improved constitution
act of
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Physics Of A Dc Electric Eld
In a DC electric field, charged particles moves to an electrode that has anwith opposite polarity. In an
AC electric field, charged particles oscillate, and their amplitudes are determined by the amount of the
total particle charge. The oscillation amplitude of the charged particle is proportional to the amount of
the charge density (q) and the applied voltage (E), and is inversely proportional to the radius of the
particle (r), the medium viscosity (η), or the applied frequency (f) [28]. When E, η, r, and f are
constant values, the amplitude d of the particle is simply related to the charge density q . In this case,
analyzing the amplitude of the oscillating particle under the AC electric field has the same meaning
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An AC electric field was applied to a sample containing the fluorescent microspheres, and the
oscillation amplitudes of the fluorescent microspheres were observed by using a fluorescent
fluorescence microscope (TE2000 U, Nikon). The continuous CCD images were recorded in a
computer as a movie file format. After the analysis of the recorded data, the oscillation amplitude d
was calculated as the average of one way distances [28]. The amplitudes of the 10 different
microspheres were individually measured, and an the average of these amplitudes was used as the
amplitude d . 4.3 Preparation of biofunctional microspheres 4.3.1 Preparation of IgG modified and
Biotin IgG modified microspheres Two kinds types of microspheres modified with IgG (IgG bead) and
biotin labeled IgG (Biotin IgG bead) were prepared as shown in Figure 4 (a). Two kinds types of
microsphere, carboxylate modified microspheres and orange fluorescence (540/560), were mixed in a
carbonate buffer solution (0.1 M), and the mixture was centrifuged (1000 rpm, 5 min). After repeating
the washing step more than twice, a small portion of PBS (10 mM, pH 7.0) was added to the
microspheres mixtures of microspheres with the addition of carbodiimide. The reaction mixture was
stirred for ˜∼180 min at room temperature. Then, the microspheres were washed twice with a PBS and
suspended in
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Walpole In The South Sea Bubble
Almost 300 years ago, Britain experienced a catastrophic event. In 1720, the stock of the South Sea
Company, a financing company, dropped roughly 87 percent, resulting in the first ever international
stock market crash. This crash ruined the British economy for a short period, which caused a rippling
effect on Western Europe. While a number of actors would be blamed, both politicians in 1720 and
historians in the three hundred years since have missed a critical piece connecting the events of that
fateful summer. This essay suggests a reconsideration of the crash. It connects the progression of
marine insurance and the Bubble Act of 1720 to member of parliament Robert Walpole, an actor who
has hitherto escaped blame.
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While this paper agrees with the broad strokes of Harris s argument, it differs from Harris in its
interpreting of the nature of the relationship. Historians never connected marine insurance or the
Bubble Act of 1720 to Aislabie s downfall, even though the three stories ultimately intertwine during
the period. A close examination of the proceedings of the House of Commons demonstrates that
Aislabie promoted marine insurance companies to take on part of the national debt. Aislabie s
fingerprints were politically on both the South Sea Company and the two marine insurance companies.
Nevertheless, even with Aislabie s corruption, historians have overlooked Robert Walpole s role in the
South Sea Bubble. This thesis will question several decisions made by Walpole: his motives in
standing silently for months in 1720, his reasoning for pushing through the Bubble Act, and his role in
negotiating the South Sea Company out of financial ruin in the fall of 1720. Through these decisions
made by Walpole, this thesis will argue that some responsibility rested on Walpole for the South Sea
Bubble
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Dr. Kristina Tansavatdi s Life Essay
Dr. Kristina Tansavatdi is one of the top facial reconstructive and plastic surgeons near the city of
Camarillo; in addition, she is the only female plastic surgeon in the areas of Santa Barbara and
Westlake Village. Dr. Tansavatdi focuses on providing each of her patients with the most innovative
cosmetic care available for the neck and the face. Dr. Tansavatdi uses her expertise as a fellowship
trained facial plastic surgeon to provide each of her patients with a personalized experience.
Dr. Tansavatdi is Serving the City of Camarillo
At her Thousand Oaks plastic surgery practice in Westlake Village, she and her staff pamper and
refresh her patients as they enjoy Dr. Tansavatdi s lavish, private sanctuary. For years, she has offered
her services to the private and fashionable residents of Montecito, Malibu and Beverly Hills: Now, she
is offering her expertise to individuals who reside in the city of Camarillo.
Dr. Tansavatdi is a Double Board Certified Facial Reconstructive and Plastic Surgeon Near Camarillo
Dr. Tansavatdi is Board Certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery,
as well as by the American Board of Otolaryngology. As a Double Board Certified facial plastic
surgeon, she is a highly sought after facial plastic surgeon.
People from Around the World Choose Dr. Tansavatdi as Their Facial Reconstructive and Plastic
Surgeon
Due to her warm disposition and meticulous attention to detail, Dr. Tansavatdi is esteemed
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HCS451 Risk Assessment Summary
Agape Long Term Care is a 40 bed skilled nursing facility, specializing in Alzheimer s and dementia
patients. The management team at Agape has decided to make risk management a focus in the
upcoming year, and has hired a consultant to perform an assessment and formulate a plan for risk
management. Long term care facilities serve over 3 million Americans, and that number is growing
every year. (Rubbens, 2007)With the boom in the need for long term care, comes more risks. Risk
management is designed to mitigate safety concerns, assure quality and protect patients rights. Risk
management is both proactive eliminating risks before they can occur, and reactive after a risk has
occurred, taking steps so if will not occur again. Every ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Agape plans to educate each staff member on the principles of risk management and how they can be
proactive in their daily duties. The consultant also recommended sending the risk manager to be
certified by the Center for Aging Services Risk Management (CASRM), a not for profit foundation
that researches, educates and promotes a culture of risk management and safety. CASRM is an
invaluable resource for risk management in long term care and skilled nursing facilities. (Linda
Wallace, 2011) Agape has taken the first steps to promote a culture of risk management within its
organization. They will be performing a risk assessment; following thought with a written risk
management program and continue to education their staff of incorporating risk management into
daily activities. These changes will lead to fewer negative incidents, improve the quality of healthcare
Agape delivers and increase the bottom line for its shareholders. Bibliography DiNatate, P. M.,
Granger, B. M. (2010, March 2). Demystify risk Management in nursing homes. Retrieved from
McKnights Long Term Care News: http://www.mcknights.com/demystify risk management in nursing
homes/article/164835/ Linda Wallace, B. (2011, February). Risk Management. (Repertorie,
Interviewer) Rubbens, D. R. (2007, Oct). Risk
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A Child With Developmental Delays
When Mia was only two years old, her parents noticed that she was not up to speed with other
children her age. This discovery led her to the genetics department at A.I. DuPont Children s Hospital.
For a child with developmental delays, I only saw that she lit up the room with her energy and friendly
nature, which made me fall in love with her as she explored the room. While the counselor consulted
her parents, Mia continued to come up to me and grab my hands, something that she apparently did
quite frequently. During the appointment, her mother began to cry, worried that she may have
inadvertently caused Mia s condition during pregnancy. Her father had concerns that his first child
may never be able to live a normal life and have children of her own. The counselor eased the parents
concerns by educating them on her syndrome and basic genetics as well as getting them in contact
with a support group for children with the same syndrome. Mia and her family went home well
informed and in good spirits despite the devastating news they received. This family is a prime
example of the benefits of genetic counseling, and why patient care is crucial in the profession.
That experience drew me into genetic counseling, a profession that I did not know existed a year prior.
I entered college with the mentality of becoming an engineer due to my interest in science, my
fondness of problem solving, and the desire to help others. After I changed my major to neuroscience
and gained experience
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An Introduction Of Retail Inventory Management
Deborah Deny Scott Rochat An Introduction to Retail Inventory Management Part 1 Motivation:
Currently a company XYZ has multiple products let s say Pi, i = 1, 2..., 82, and they must meet a
demand for their customers let s say Dj, j = 1, 2..., 40. The current method for placing orders is relying
on the owners knowledge in the industry from being in business for over twenty years, but as he is
looking to retire he is looking for a more standard way to determine what products to carry and how
many. Being a business of course the owner wants to maximize his profit margins as his objective. As
for the constraints we will look at the space restriction, supplier limitations, and customer demands. In
the end we should have an integer programming ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Brand Management in Small and Medium Sized (SME) Retailers: A Future Research Agenda by
Richard Mitchell The purpose of this article is for all people not familiar with business and how brand
management works. It is the key to understanding how to read the outcome of the integer programing
problem we have created. It gives guidelines and charts if a brand or style of a brand should be
dropped and replaced with something similar. It also provides an idea of using binary numbers as your
decision variable while determining another function to see if you need a brand or not. A 1 would
signify that you want to sell that product in the store and a 0 means you should drop the product from
your shelves. The Model Stock Plan in Small Stores by N.H. Comish This article talks about inventory
models for the small business man making an annual profit of less than $100,000. The company XYZ
does make a slight amount more than that, but in the eyes of the Federal Government it is still
considered a small business. Another way the article identifies a small business is when it has less than
15 employees which company XYZ does. The model the author wants the reader to use is very reliant
on economic trends. This leads the reader to realize they are talking about an EOQ (Economic Order
Quantity) model but using the company s percent share of the market to scale
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Increase in the Unemployment Rates in the U.K.
The UK s unemployment rate reached its highest peak in 2011 at just under 2.7 million during the
recent recession which economists are calling the Great Recession (BBC News, 2014). Since,
however the fall in the rate of unemployment has not been as sharp as many predicted, concerns have
been raised over whether unemployment levels in this single period may have a long lasting effect.
The issue of hysteresis within the UK and the persistence of unemployment is what this paper will
focus on, as well as the reasons why the youth unemployment rate is much higher. Using the Demand
deficient theory of unemployment, which is the Keynesian view of unemployment that suggest high
real wages cause long term unemployment, I will examine whether this ... Show more content on
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Another industry that has shown signs of employment growth during this hard time is the
accommodation and food services industry. Which, outside of London, has seen a 4.8% increase in
employment. This could be due to employees from other industries simply switching careers, which
opposes the view of this model that skills diminish or are not transferrable between sectors of the
economy (ONS, 2014). On the other hand this rise in employment could simply be due to the UK s
flexible labour market. Another industry that has experienced a downwards growth trend is the mining
and quarrying industry. There has been a dramatic reduction in growth, as between the periods of early
2011 and the final quarter of 2013 the industry has been 35.2% below its pre recession peak. However
this industry decline has been slowly happening since 1999, this consequently could be a contributing
factor to the issue of hysteresis as this is the second largest sub industry of total production within the
UK (ONS, 2013). This fits within the assumptions of the model of structural unemployment as the
decline in the industry has clearly led to higher levels of unemployment. The long term decline of
such a large industry can often lead to long term unemployment, such as we saw in the coal industry,
which is a common cause of hysteresis. However this alone cannot be blamed for hysteresis.
Blanchard and Summers wrote about three reasons for hysteresis and unemployment persistence, one
more
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002 Essay Example Personal Thatsnotus

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  • 2. The Swing Portrays by Jean-Honoré Fragonard Jean Honoré Fragonard created The Swing in 1766 with oil paints on a 2 8.6 by 2 2 canvas. It is located in London, England in the Wallace Collection. During the time this work was created, France was an aristocracy and The Swing portrays a glimpse of the luxurious life of the ruling class. King Louis XV ruled during a time when France was the most prosperous and powerful country in all of Europe. Through the influence of Madame de Pompadour, the arts prospered during this time. In the 18th century during King Louis reign the arts seemed to consume the thoughts of not only the artists themselves but also the King and other wealthy and influential members of society. This in turn resulted in neglect of the undertakings of the state, which had its consequences. In 1789, the bloody French Revolution took place and soon after, the fall of the monarchy. The Swing is undoubtedly the most famous of all Fragonard s compositions. It epitomizes the Rococo style of the 18th century with tranquil colors and gentle light, exaggerated diagonals, decorations, and nature. . The libertine Baron de St. Julien commissioned this piece. He ordered that Fragonard paint the bishop pushing his Madame on a swing. Fragonard painted for the baron de Saint Julien his first great masterpiece and from then on he knew that for the rest of his life he would paint for people of wealth. He painted for many individuals including the king because his talent was something that everyone desired. The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Contact Hypersensitivity Contact hypersensitivity (CHS) is a classic murine model of allergic contact dermatitis, which is classified as one type of delayed type hypersensitivity response. Over the last decade, the important roles of newly identified subsets of immune cells, such as regulatory T cells (Tregs), CD4+ T helper 17 (Th17) cells, and Langerin+ dermal dendritic cells (DCs), have been demonstrated. Moreover, the relevance of epidermal Langerhans cells as key antigen presenting cells (APCs) in cutaneous immune responses has been called into question. As a result, some key dogmas in the development of CHS have been challenged. In this review, we integrate recent advances into the classic view of CHS, and discuss the updated mechanisms of its development, with ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However, novel depletion systems of LCs (Langerin diphtheria toxin receptor [DTR] knock in mice) have revealed that Langerin+ dDCs, but not LCs, may play a crucial role in sensitization (Bursch et al., 2007; Kissenpfennig et al., 2005; Wang et al., 2008). We and others have, however, recently reported that these two populations work in a compensatory manner to initiate sensitization (Honda et al., 2010a; Noordegraaf et al., 2010). Consistently, Batf3 deficient mice that lack Langerin+ dDCs exhibited a normal CHS phenotype (Edelson et al., 2010), suggesting the compensation of its function by other ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. The Pros And Cons Of Race Medicine At the Prostate Cancer Symposium, sponsored by the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), two leading clinicians and cancer researchers engaged in a point / counterpoint discussion that proved to be illuminating and directional in moving the focus. Though the discussion was themed to create positions of pro versus con, the reality of their arguments really showed more agreement than not. Dr. Otis Brawley of Emory University and current Medical Director of the American Cancer Society lead the discussion by creating a historical perspective of race and its position, or lack of it, in cancer research and treatment. The concept of race medicine was one that held strength in the first three decades of the 20th Century and saw its nadir ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Roach related several other examples of healthcare disparity: greater utilization of coronary revascularization procedures among Medicare Part A enrollees was higher for whites; Blacks were 33% to 54% less likely to receive enhanced cardiac therapies than whites in Veterans Administration hospitals; and living in a disadvantaged neighborhood is associated with increased coronary heart disease. All of the above examples have been reported in the Journal of the American Medical Association and the New England Journal of Medicine. In trying to understand the differentials based on genetic factors, studies of the polymorphism Cyp3A4, which is important in androgen metabolism in prostate cancer, would have suggested that the presence of this polymorphism is a factor; however, the reality is that there wasn t correlation with disease outcomes. In reality, the preponderance of all data suggests that there are no differences in outcomes based on race. The fact is African American men have the 2nd highest five year survival rate in the world, after U.S. white men. If race then does not matter, then why do Blacks still have a higher incidence and mortality from prostate cancer? We can break the factors into categories related to incidence and/or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Customer Based Brand Equity Model Journal of Euromarketing, 18:115 132, 2009 Copyright c Taylor Francis Group, LLC ISSN: 1049 6483 print / 1528 6967 online DOI: 10.1080/10496480903022253 Customer Based Brand Equity for Global Brands: A Multinational Approach Eda Atilgan Serkan Akinci Safak Aksoy Erdener Kaynak ABSTRACT. Focusing on the dimensions and measurement, this study is based on the concept of brand equity for global brands with empirical evidence from three economically and culturally dissimilar countries USA, Turkey, and Russia. The brand equity for global brands can be measured under four basic dimensions: perceived quality, brand loyalty, brand associations, and brand trust. Emergence of brand trust as a new dimension instead of brand awareness complies ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Although it is apparent that customer based brand equity has multiple dimensions, there is no general agreement in current marketing literature as to the nature and content of these dimensions. Previous research has proposed two (e.g., Faircloth, Capella, Alford, 2001; Keller, 1993), three (e.g., Han Collins, 2002; Netemeyer et al., 2004), four (e.g., Aaker, 1991; Yoo et al., 2000), five (e.g., Lassar, Mittal, Sharma, 1995), and even eight (e.g., Vazquez, Del Rio, Iglesias, 2002) dimensions. However, many of these brand equity dimensions have not been systematically measured or validated within a nomological framework (Netemeyer et al., 2004). For example, the existence and function of trust have not been fully investigated within the context of brand equity. On the globalization front, branding has received increasing attention from marketing academicians. The two prominent reasons for this are increased cross border population mobility and electronic mobility, both of which contributed to faster transfer of ideas and a global convergence in consumer tastes and values (Quelch, 1999). Global brands, as defined by Aaker and Joachimsthaler (1999), are those brands whose positioning, advertising strategy, personality, look, and feel are in most respects the same from one country to another. Reviewing the top 10 global brands, Quelch identified ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Franz Kafka s Metamorphosis In respect to the narrative, the title of Franz Kafka s The Metamorphosis is significant. A metamorphosis could be defined as [an] [...] alteration in appearance, character, or circumstances (Metamorphosis 2018) In Kafka s novella the main character, Gregor, undergoes physical and mental alterations. For example, Gregor physically . . .transformed in his bed into an enormous bug (Kafka pg.1). Also, his thoughts and actions hint to him being hard working and relied on at the beginning of the story, while towards the end he provides less and is abandoned by his family. He isn t the only one to go through a transformation. Other characters, such as Grete, Mr. Samsa, and Mrs. Samsa, each go through their own metamorphosis as well. One ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Hiroshima Bombing Side Effects Earlier this month on the 6th of August 1945, the United States dropped the first ever atomic bomb on Hiroshima to end the war and save over one million American lives. The bomb called the Little Boy a uranium gun type bomb exploded with about thirteen kilotons of force. About 280,000 290,000 civilians and 43,000 soldiers lived in Hiroshima. Around 90,000 and 166,000 people people are believed to have died from the bomb side effects in the four month period following the explosion. The bombing of Hiroshima, codenamed operation centerboard, was approved by Curtis LeMay on August 4, 1945. The B Za plane that carried the Little Boy from Tinian Island in the Western Pacific to Hiroshima was known as the Enola Bay, after pilot Paul Tibbet s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. How Did Napoleon Bonaparte Impact On Society Throughout history, there have been many circumstances have led individuals to develop or modify ideas, and these ideas have often affected societies. One individual was Napoleon Bonaparte, the first Emperor of the French from 1804 until 1814, and again in 1815. Another individual is Father Hidalgo, a Mexican Roman Catholic priest and a leader of the Mexican War of Independence. Both individuals have profound ideas which impacted and influenced societies in many different ways. Napoleon Bonaparte was born on 15 August 1769.Napoleon was born in a rich family, and because his noble, moderately affluent background afforded him greater opportunities to study, so he admitted to a military academy at Brienne le Château, after that he was admitted ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Introduction. Weathering Occurs Through Interaction Between Introduction Weathering occurs through interaction between rocks, soils, and minerals and the Earth s atmosphere, biosphere, and hydrosphere. Different types of weathering fall under three general categories of weathering: physical, chemical, and biological. Tafoni weathering refers to small cavernous holes and features that is found in granular rock. Typically, these features include smooth concave walls and are adjacent with one another in networks. Tafoni weathering is a subtype of weathering that falls under hydration weathering and ultimately under the larger umbrella category of physical weathering processes. Fundamentally, this particular weathering occurs due to a salt crystal expansion process where salt crystals or deposits ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Also, the Santa Monica Mountains also undergo Aeolian processes during particularly strong wind activity such as Santa Ana wind events. Moreover, our primary focus area was restrained to about a 1 mile hike into the park and reached a large volcanic swimming hole. The swimming hole acted as a boundary, but there are a few observations beyond the swimming hole that also contribute to this weathering process. In a short distance beyond the swimming hole, there is a visible fault line. Within the hike, the first observable evidence of tafoni weathering was about 40 minutes into the hike. Passing a large rock archway, tafoni weathering was evident in the rock face of the archway as well as the side of the mountains beyond this point. In addition to larger mountains, tafoni weathering was also present in smaller hillsides. This particular type of weathering was also evident in the mountains overlooking the swimming hole. The tafoni weathering observed in the mountains around the swimming hole had larger cave like features than the mountains not directly touching a body of water. Discussion Presently, there are studies conducted to better understand tafoni weathering with several investigations and theoretical models but due to limited data available on temperature, moisture and salt regimes it is difficult to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Resistant Client Case Study 1. Why is the first meeting with a client so important? The first meeting is so important because it sets the tone for the relationship between the client and therapist. It can be related to the term first impression mean everything. If a social worker is having a bad day and they approach the client in a demanding or what may seem to the client inappropriate way there is a good chance that the client may not be open to speak about the problem and develop trust issues with the social worker and any other mental health worker that they may seek help from in the future, all because of the one incident of the initial approach my the social worker. People are more likely to remember bad situations that good situations. 2. What factors affect ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... How would you contract with a resistant client? I would recognize the behavior and try to understand it. Then I show empathy and speak to him in a passive tone and tell him that we are going to do the best we can at helping you out with some of your issues. I think that body language is the imperative when working with a resistant client. 5. What are some alternate assessment approaches in professional practice that are discussed in the text? Which of these would you find the most useful? According to Shulman (2012),some alternate assessment approaches are the social work networking map and the culturagram. I find the networking map the most useful in because the clients are able to have a visual picture of their life and most people are visual learners so I think that this would be the most effective. Clients need to know who is actually supporting them, because from my experience clients tend to push away the people that will or are supporting them. But they welcome people who do not support them. For example a drug user may not want to be around their family, but their family may be the best support they have. However a drug user may welcome other drug users because they have something in common, even though there is not support in the so called ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. The Case of Romanian Cigarette Market CHAPTER VIII. STUDY CASES 1. THE CASE OF ROMANIAN CIGARETTE MARKET 1. Introduction Among the obligations assumed by Romania by(1) the EU Adhesion Treaty (2)there is the fact that, until 2010, the minimum tax level for cigarettes must be aligned with the minimum tax level of the member states 57% of the most popular cigarettes (MPPC) price, but not less than 64 Euros for 1000 cigarettes. Through the modifications made to the Fiscal Code in April 2006 by the OU 33/2006 the government approved the tax level, which will increase gradually until it reaches the required level. (In 2006, this happened two times, at an approximately two month s interval). According to the decision, the tax of the cigarettes will be calculated by means of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This means the elimination of the sub medium and medium cigarettes producers and the consolidation of the position of premium and prestige cigarettes producers. They will share the remaining market shares, favouring the creation of a symmetrical oligopoly. The computations demonstrate that the main producers on the market will remain BAT and PM, who s portfolio mainly consists premium cigarettes and which will distribute the remaining 10% between themselves after the elimination of the small ones, as well as the 10% lost by their main competitor, JTI. Thus, the competition on the market will be significantly diminished through the eradication of the very condition of a competitive market the existence of a sufficiently large enough number of producers so that the price is a result of the balance between offer and demand, as article 4 from the Competition Law stipulates. 95 By imposing the minimum tax, the base and value cigarettes producers will be forced to choose between two alternatives equally disadvantageous to them: either they sell at a lower price, and they lose, or they sell at the minimum price of 2.6 RON, and their sales go down. Due to this, their autonomy is affected, and also the freedom of trade (art. 9). The consumer has a limited possibility to choose and is forced to accept a higher price for a base or value product, which affects his/her welfare. The welfare of the end user is assured by the quantitative, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Essay on The Book of Genesis Sets the Stage for the Bible The Book of Genesis has served as a work of literature to the western civilization for the past two thousand years. The word Genesis simply means origins or beginnings . This book sets the stage for the bible, telling us of God s ultimate plan for humanity. It also speaks about the nature of God as creator and redeemer as well as the value of human life. Consequences for disobedience and sin are shown; separating man from God. We will also see the promise of salvation and forgiveness of man due to God s grace. However, what does the book of Genesis say about the portrayal of women? From the very beginning of Genesis, in the description of the Eden story, tension arises between Eve and the divine process. Eve is tricked by the serpent ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... After the seven years, Jacob goes to Laban and asks for Rachel s hand. Laban instead tricks Jacob and gives his eldest daughter Leah. Jacob finds out the next morning and is then tricked again into working another seven years so he can marry Rachel. Jacob is then married to both women. Jacob loved Rachel and despised Leah and because of this, God made Rachel barren. Jacob continued to hate Leah until she conceived and bare him four sons. Rachel begins to feel worthless because she cannot give her husband any children. Rachel comes up with a plan to give Jacob children. Bilhah, Rachel s maid is offered to Jacob by his wife to carry his child. Bilhah conceives and bare Jacob another son. All throughout Genesis, a woman s value relies on her ability to conceive and her subservience to her husband. Women are never allowed to travel alone and must remain under their father or their husband s authority. As a whole, the women in Genesis are portrayed as obstacles to dominant goals due to nonfulfillment of roles. Since Rachel and Leah both offered up their maids to Jacob to bare children, Jacob ends up with four wives. Polygamy is documented throughout the Bible and there is no evidence of disapproval from God portrayed.. However, when we talk about marriage today, using the Bible as reference, it is said that it needs to be between one man and one woman. God is looking ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Is Hamlet Sane Or Insane Shakespeare s tragic hero, Hamlet, and his sanity can be argued. Many parts of the play shows that he may be sane, or insane. There are indications from Hamlet throughout the play of his mind s well being including many quotes that support both sides. Hamlet has mood swings and his mood changes many times throughout the play. Hamlet seems to act mad when he found out about his father s death by saying weird things that make him sound mad. It seems as if there are two different Hamlets throughout the play, one that is a sensitive prince and then the insane Hamlet who from an outburst of passion and rage stabs and kills Polonius without feeling any remorse. After killing Polonius he doesn t tell anyone where the body is. Instead he assumes that everyone just thinks that he s gone mad. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He jumps into Ophelia s grave, and fights with Laertes in her grave. He claims that he loves Ophelia at one point, but then another time thats not so. throughout the fight with Laertes her grave, he tells Laertes that he s never loved Ophelia. Hamlet starts to realise his awareness of his disappearing sanity when he tells Laertes that he killed Polonius as an act of rage. Hamlet has violent outbursts towards the queen, who is his mother. While Hamlet was alone, he saw his fathers ghost. Each time the ghost came about, another person saw it. During this scene is when his mother believes that he has gone mad, because she doesnt see the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. The Myth Of The Old Testament The Old Testament generally presents a familial narrative in which the whole human race descends from one family. This unfolds itself and then focuses in on Abraham, from whom the line of inheritance is drawn to Israel. The Israelites are distinctly filled with flaws throughout their history. Whereas Rome as noble stories of war and triumph, Israel has stories of Old Men wandering the desert. Their ancestors and heroic figures are not demigods nor epic heros, but merely wandering men of faith, Patriarchs sold into slavery, and sheep herders. God forges His chosen people from the outcasts of humanity. In forging a people of His own, God is named their Father. He is called such in the Old Testament in two distinct ways. First, as specifically the God of Israel. Second, The Father of Israel s king. Explicit notions of God as the Father of Israel number nine, while He is mentioned as the Father of the King five times. There are many times in which Israel is called the son of, or the Israelites are called the children of, God. The narrative that unfolds with God as the Father of a Nation and their King is especially vital to understanding the Old Testament. The Old Testament s explicit mention of God as the Father of Israel come especially in Deuteronomy, the Psalms, and the Prophets. He is pictured as forming, protecting, guiding, providing, offering covenants, giving inheritance, and restoring. The foundational moment of this is found in the book of Deuteronomy. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Religion Reflection Before taking American Religious Lives, I had previously taking Mystery and Meaning, that was my first encounter with religion. Essentially everything that we have learned in the class has been new to me because I do not have any prior experience with American religion, since my other Religious Studies class focused on Asian and Native American religions. Growing up I never went to church growing up, but I was baptized, but never understood what that meant. I do no think of myself who is involved or a part of any religion. The fact that I am unfamiliar makes the class very challenging for me, but it is also a good type of challenge because it makes me work harder to understand all the topics discussed in class and it makes me really have to think deeper about all the topics. Not being associated with any religion is also helpful because I can be an outsider and not have a biased opinion and not have to choose a side of the different religious perspectives. Religion seems like it is a very complex topic, where a lot of religions in America have different sects and each sect has a different background. I knew that Christianity was the most popular religion in America, but I did not know about all the different sects and that Christianity as a whole is the faith of over 70% of Americans and that most of the other 30% is made up of people who are unaffiliated with any religion. (Wormald, 1). Another topic that I found intriguing was that most of the immigrants that come to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Sophocles Antigone And MLK Letter From Birmingham Jail The fight for the good life begins with a single event. A word out of turn, an act of protest and overall, a continuous support of ones morals. Throughout their life, one is ingrained with morals up until the final breath they take. Antigone violates Creon s edict and fights for the rights of her brother Polyneices and goes against the word of the law. Martin Luther King Junior (MLK) fights against racial inequality and lobbies racial views with acts of civil disobediences. Both Antigone and MLK acted against laws they believed to be unjust. Their own life experiences and the morals they grew up with influenced where the fine line of right and wrong stands. In Sophocles Antigone and MLK s Letter from a Birmingham Jail, I am going to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Within Letter from a Birmingham Jail, MLK describes the four step plan one must follow to carry on a nonviolent campaign. Antigone s actions throughout Antigone carefully mimic those steps. Throughout the story you can consider Antigone s actions to be part of a nonviolent campaign. MLK says that, In any nonviolent campaign there are four basic steps: collection of the facts to determine whether injustices exist; negotiation; self purification; and direct action (paragraph six). Antigone determined there was an injustice committed when Creon s edict decreed that no one would be able to bury her brother Polyneices or they face a punishment by death. Antigone finds this to be an injustice, when she asks for help from her sister Ismene she says, ...And now you can prove what you are: A true sister, or a traitor to your family. (Antigone 26 27). Once captured by the Sentry she negotiates with Creon, attempting to appeal to him so he is able to understand her reverence for the dead is what god wants (lines 355 420). Within self purification Antigone undergoes strong emotions that could be alluded to feelings of suicide and depression. All she wants is to bury Polyneices and not let this injustice go unnoticed. She is willing to go to great lengths to fight for what she believes in and the extent she goes to stand up for what she believes is the act of self purification MLK talks about. Her direct action is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Apple Cook Case EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Apple was formed in 1976 by Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs. After some disastrous losses in the 1980 s and 1990 s to their main competitor, IBM, Apple was able to re invent the entire company. When Jobs returned to Apple in 1996, he took an expanded role and not only continually pushed for innovative ideas and products but also compelled several structural changes. Jobs also got rid of profitless divisions and departments. Apple has been able to gain market share quicker than the competition mainly due to the halo effect from the iPod. The halo effect is the idea that continued sales of iPods to Windows users will eventually translate into increased Mac sales. Other factors that have contributed to Apple s ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Cook also plays a key role in reseller and supplier relationships. Prior to his career with Apple, Cook has also worked for Compaq and IBM. Peter Oppenheimer is Apple s Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Oppenheimer overseas the controller, treasury, investor relations, tax, information systems, internal audit and facilities functions. He joined Apple in 1996, coming from ADP, where he was CFO of the four strategic business units. Prior to his career with ADP, Oppenheimer spent six years in the Information Technology Consulting Practice with Coopers and Lybrand where he managed financial and systems engagements for clients in the insurance, telecommunications, transportation and banking industries. SWOT ANALYSIS Apple s strengths include their knowledge of the customer base, high quality products, brand name, innovation, product diversification, and the products ease of use. The iPod has given the company access to a whole new series of segments that may purchase other Apple brands. Brand has proven to be very important for Apple. They have a loyal group of consumers that advocate the brand and also help to procure new customers. One of Apple s noted weaknesses is that its operating system for its Macintosh line of computers, while better than DOS and Windows in many ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Employee Theft Research Paper Employee Theft Julio Duran Kaplan College McAllen Campus CJ 180 Rene Pineda: 8/11/15: Employee Theft At some point in everyone s life, they are confronted with the eighth commandment: Thou shall not steal. Mine came during high school. I had several friends who worked for various businesses, one of them at a fast food restaurant. Every Friday at midnight, my other friends and I would visit him with empty stomachs. We would pay for the cheapest item on the menu, a 49 cent cookie, and he would give us all the food we wanted. We never gave a second of consideration to the effect of our actions. My story is not uncommon, and it should create concern. Even though it is not often talked about, employee theft is one of the most serious ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A code of conduct should also include the duty of an employee to report theft incidents or suspected theft situations and that such reporting can be done so anonymously and confidentially, without any retribution toward the reporting employee. Shoplifting Apprehension Policy: This policy should include the company s steps on how to detect, handle and resolve a shoplifting situation. Within this policy is most often found the Steps of Shoplifting Detection, how to handle a known shoplifting situation and most importantly, what not to do (such as run after a shoplifter) when trying to resolve a shoplifting situation. Retailers have lost millions of dollars due to wrongful apprehensions, injuries and even deaths of employees, suspected shoplifters and bystanders Don t let the possible loss of merchandise cost you greatly. Robbery Procedures: A robbery is a very unfortunate and sometimes dangerous situation. The best way of handling a robbery is for an employee to understand how they should act to get through the event without issue. Written policy and procedures on how to act or not act, along with proper awareness can be the difference of a robbery becoming a very serious and unfortunate ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Three Little Pigs SOMERSET PA (AP) A. Wolf took the stand today in his own defense. This shocked and stunned the media who predicted that he would not testify in the brutal double murder trial. A. Wolf is accused of killing (and eating) The First Little Pig, and The Second Little Pig. This criminal trial is expected to be followed by a civil trial to be brought by the surviving Third Little Pig. The case has been characterized as a media circus. His testimony is transcribed below: Everybody knows the story of the Three Little Pigs. Or at least they think they do. But I ll let you in on a little secret. Nobody knows the real story, because nobody has ever heard my side of the story. I m Alexander T. Wolf. You can call me Al. I don t know how this ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... And right in the middle of the pile of straw was the First Little Pig dead as a doornail. He had been home the whole time. It seemed like a shame to leave a perfectly good ham dinner lying there in the straw. So I ate it up. Think of it as a cheeseburger just lying there. I was feeling a little better. But I still didn t have my cup of sugar . So I went to the next neighbor s house. This neighbor was the First Little Pig s brother. He was a little smarter, but not much. He has built his house of sticks. I rang the bell on the stick house. Nobody answered. I called, Mr. Pig, Mr. Pig, are you in? He yelled back. Go away wolf. You can t come in. I m shaving the hairs on my shinny chin chin. I had just grabbed the doorknob when I felt another sneeze coming on. I huffed. And I snuffed. And I tried to cover my mouth, but I sneezed a great sneeze. And you are not going to believe this, but the guy s house fell down just like his brother s. When the dust cleared, there was the Second Little Pig dead as a doornail. Wolf s honor. Now you know food will spoil if you just leave it out in the open. So I did the only thing there was to do. I had dinner again. Think of it as a second helping. I was getting awfully full. But my cold was feeling a little better. And I still didn t have that cup of sugarr for my dear old granny s birthday cake. So I went to the next house. This guy was the First and Second Little Pig s brother. He must have ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. An Example Of An Improvement Project, Tools Used, And The... 1.3. Provide an example of an improvement project, tools used, and the outcomes that can be shared and spread to other health care providers. As the patient safety officer, I am involved in the frequent root cause analysis (RCA) that result in improvements due to a retrospective response to specific events. Likewise, I am involved in many patient safety and quality initiatives where information from occurrences is used to improve quality, such as the falls prevention program, hospital acquired pressure ulcer prevention, medication safety to name a few. These are broader approaches for improvement using a collaborative, multidisciplinary effort directed at improving the quality throughout the organization rather than a specific reaction ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The group was led by myself and included members of a multidisciplinary team of all units involved in the telemetry process including the managers, nurses, monitor technicians and clinical engineers. This group selection afforded us an opportunity to share successful approaches, discuss barriers and create specific strategies acknowledging variation and where in the process steps it could be eliminated. Multiple barriers in the process were readily identified and the team would meet on a bi weekly for several months to discuss each process step and decided on countermeasures. An example of one risk recognized was an interruption in the ECG data recorded between the emergency department and the data recorded in the telemetry units. This step revealed a possible loss of data and possible incorrect patient identification of data upon arrival to the unit. The solution was to involve clinical engineering to create a seamless record for recording the cardiac ECG rhythms from the emergency room to the inpatient bed. The team scored each FMEA step, agreed upon the risk score threshold for each actionable items, and finalized the approach. Measurement of post FMEA showed a reduction in events an important part of evaluating the success of the implemented steps. The action items were shared with the system NPSG alarm teams and applied where applicable. Additionally, all system facilities share event data on a twice weekly review ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Lincoln Vs Calhoun As with Calhoun, Lincoln s notion of the Union and state sovereignty also ties into the principle of majority rule. However, Lincoln has a far different opinion than Calhoun, arguing that within the Union, the people, not the states, are the sovereign body, founded on the principle of majority rule. Furthermore, in Lincoln s opinion, if you have a government based on majority rule, secession cannot possibly be considered legal or constitutional. While Calhoun fears majority rule will lead to tyranny and the infringement of the minority s liberty, Lincoln believes it is the foundation of our government and protects majority will from suppression by a smaller party. Discussing this point further, Lincoln writes, Unanimity is impossible; the rule of the minority, as a permanent arrangement, is wholly inadmissible; so that, rejecting the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... All rules, laws, or amendments will produce a majority and minority opinion. Ultimately, while Calhoun argues that majority rule leads to majority tyranny, Lincoln claims that secession allows tyranny of the minority by allowing a small group of people to undermine the entire government. Furthermore, because government is based on majority rule, secession violates both the Union and Constitution. As Lincoln notes, if all the States, save one, should assert the power to drive that one out of the Union, it is presumed the whole class of seceding politicians would at once deny the power, and denounce the act as the greatest outrage against State rights (Lincoln 252). Lincoln points out the hypocrisy in Calhoun s argument, claiming that if the roles were reversed and the majority was trying to drive out the minority, advocates of secession would be outraged. As a whole, Lincoln is a large critic of the views of Calhoun, and presents arguments that are polar opposites of his ideology regarding the Union and majority ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Causes anf Results of Communism in Eastern and Central Europe Communism was one of the political theories founded by Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx in the end of the 19th century . Both of these philosophers had the same point of view concerning the economic and political principles. Also, Communism brought up many changes to International Relations , and the body of the essay will describe the causes and results of Communism in Eastern and central Europe. In 1844 Engel and Marx started to discover interesting facts about Communism and no longer in 1848 they decided to write and publish Communism Manifesco , which was thought to be one of the best and influential political books ever. Under Communism Manifesco all people were thought to be equal. The main idea for everyone was not to be ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A lot of countries were influenced by the Communism. Among them are: Eastern German and Poland, The Communism in Poland lasted for forty years that brought a new and specific changes in the government at the end of the Second World War. Poland had a really complicated situation because of Iosef Stalin and his Communist Party. He described his points of view in a very clear way, Imposing Communism on Poland was as absurd as putting a saddle on a cow . Moreover ,everything was under control of the Polish Government of Stalin, including a lot of spheres as culture, social aspects of life and economy. As government had all the power in their hands, people were absolutely deprived of power. That kind of period was strongly disliked by people and brought a lot of strikes, protections and even attacks. As the result, the Communism system had a bad influence on the development of Poland. Eastern German was also under the Communism regime. The historic German capital of Berlin, although in the East was a special case. Berlin itself was split into 4 sectors after the war. West Berlin was part of West Germany despite being completely surrounded by East Germany. The Eastern part of German was absolutely poor in all its aspects. The lack of food, transport and all the necessary goods lead to the panic. To prevent bad causes of that situation, German government ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. A Project Plan On Image Quality Essay A Project Plan On IMAGE QUALITY ASSESMENT Submittedto AmityUniversity Uttar Pradesh inpartial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Bachelorof Technology in Computer Science by Shubham Kansal Anuja Kohli underthe guidance of Ms. Shanu Sharma DEPARTMENTOF: Computer Science AMITY SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY AMITY UNIVERSITY UTTAR PRADESH NOIDA(U.P.) DECLARATION I/We,Shubham Kansal and Anuja Kohli,student(s)ofB.Tech(cse)herebydeclarethattheprojecttitled Image Quality Assesment whichissubmittedbyme/ustoDepartmentof computer science,AmitySchoolofEngineeringandTechnology,AmityUniversity Uttar Pradesh, Noida, in partial fulfillment of requirement for the award of the degree of BachelorofTechnologyinCSE,hasnotbeenpreviouslyformedthebasisfortheawardofany degree, diploma or other similar title or recognition. Noida Date Name and signature of Student(s) Shubham Kansal Anuja Kohli CERTIFICATE OnthebasisofdeclarationsubmittedbyShubham Kansal and Anuja Kohli,student(s)ofB.Tech Computer Science,Ihereby certify that the project titled Image Quality Assessment which is submittedto Departmentofcomputer science and technology AmitySchoolofEngineeringand Technology,AmityUniversityUttarPradesh,Noida,inpartialfulfillmentoftherequirementfor theawardofthedegreeofBachelorof Technologyin ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Southern Slavery And Its Impact On American Society During early 19th century, the entrenchment of Southern slavery, there was discussion between planters who benefitted from it and abolitionists who fought against it. Most Americans, especially those in Southern states, understood that slavery system could not help parting from their economic and social system. Southern slavery system brought big economical benefits. However, it negatively influenced American society as a whole rather that positively. Southern economy was the center of plantation that cultivated cotton. Many the rich started to carve the plantation to earn money by exporting cotton. They needed a lot of labor and slavery was proper to use. The majority of white southerners did not own slaves because planters monopolized the best land. They could not help taking possession of the land that was not proper to cultivate cotton. Most of them earned a living by self sufficiency even though the slave population was growing: from 697,624 in 1790 to 3,953,760 in 1860. Southern slavery was based on paternalism to justify the brutal reality of slavery, in which slaveholding gentlemen took personal responsibility for the physical and moral well being of their dependents women, children, and slaves. The slave owner demanded unquestioning obedience from their dependents and intended to make them perfectly dependent to the white man. Most planters lived on their plantation with compelling strict order. Without the owner s permission, slaves ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Fascism In Germany Fascism succeeded in Germany, not as a result of Hitler being elected. There were many factors that lead Hitler and the Nazi party to succeed. Hitler took advantage of situations such as the Great Depression and the Reichstag fire to help the Nazi Party gain support and obtain power of Germany. Along with taking advantage of those factors Hitler was able to convince the members of Reichstag to pass the Enabling Act. Another way Hitler was able to gain more support was by rewarding the people of Germany with organizations such as the Gleichstang and strength through joy. The Great Depression of 1929 impacted Germany tremendously. Already gone through the Hyperinflation of 1923, the struggling Germany economy was facing another challenge. Many Germans encountered unemployment along with German farmers facing the threat of price declines of commodities and also the declining of markets. With many Germans facing unemployment this meant they were not able to earn money so it was difficult to get food or other necessities. This economic hardship gave Hitler the opportunity to reach out to the people of Germany who were outraged and worried about their future. So, this economic tragedy brought new supporters, voters, activists to the Nazi Party, which led them to gain more popularity. With more support and popularity, the Nazi Party kept on growing and becoming more powerful. In January 1933 Hitler was designated as Chancellor. He did not have much power at the beginning of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. The Super Power s Role in Fueling the Dispute in the... The Middle East is a region to which the superpowers attached great significance and in which they evidenced great attention. The United States and the Soviet Union became the main external powers of significance in the Middle East in the period since the end of World War II but mostly since the mid 1950s and the withdrawal of British and French influence from the region. The superpowers had conflicting and similar interests and their policies often clashed, but they avoided direct conflict while their respective clients were occupied in war. The Arab League, an organisation that represented all of the Arab countries, promised its support for Nasser and Arab enmity towards Israel amplified still further. There were also key changes in other parts of the Middle East, which had conventionally supported the West. The pro western system in Iraq was overthrown in 1958 and Syria and Libya both began to look to the Soviet Union for military aid. In 1958 Syria and Egypt created the United Arab Republic, this lasted for three years until a revolution in Syria in 1961. Nasser had hoped that this would be the foundation for the Pan Arab movement that he dreamed of. In 1964 Nasser supported the starting up of the Palestine Liberation organisation. A few incidents, such as the Suez Crisis led to Superpower involvement in the Middle East on a large scale. From being a Middle Eastern concern, relations between Israel and its Arab neighbors became a potential global crisis point. To try to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Buddhism Artwork Along Silk Road Essay Trade routes have always been more than just the means of transporting goods and services to neighboring regions. These routes serve as a way to spread culture, art, religion, and many other things amongst countries. One of the most outstanding trade routes in the past was the Silk Road found in China. It was a route used by many people to travel and transport goods such as silk, paper, livestock, jewels, and much more, from East to West China. It consisted of land and sea routes, which made transportation and traveling convenient for man in that time period. There were many items traded along the Silk Road that had a profound impact on the development of the cultures, religions and other components. Religion was one thing that was ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Much of these artworks were created during the Tang Dynasty, in the seventh century when trading along the Silk Rode increased. The art developed during the Tang generation provided all with valuable insight into the art. It was reflection of the cultural changed and the political power of the Tang empire and the importance of Buddhism in Chinese culture. Buddhism began to spread along the Silk Road and as it traveled it was accepted by those who lived in neighboring communities. Monks who practiced Buddhism found many of these caves, and would paid artists to create murals and paintings of the Buddhas teachings. Many of these caves had colorful wall painting and Buddha images, which often were sponsored by travelers who sought protection for their journey ahead or gave thanks for having their life. There were numerous murals that portrayed the preaching scenes of Buddhas and Bodhisattvas that were reminders to believers of the religion to obtain their ultimate goal of rebirth. By the late seventh century and early eighth century, Buddhism had reached its highest point in China. With Buddhism reaching its peak, entire walls of the caves were devoted to historical and legendary events, which allowed pilgrims to learn and practice the religion. Throughout the Tang Dynasty artists traveled to The Caves of the Thousand Buddhas to paint teachings of Buddhism, which included many portraits of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Physics Of A Firefighter The art of reading fire is a very important skill that anyone should know how to do. Firefighters are the best at knowing when and where they need to attack the fire first. One can learn a lot about what a fire is going to do before it happens based on the smoke alone. When the first truck rolls up on scene and there is smoke billowing out of every nook and cranny of a burning structure, the majority of the time somebody on that truck is going to know exactly where that fire is located before any regular civilian would. The first and foremost thing on any fireman s mind is there safety. If the area or task is not safe they will move their thing to somewhere that is or they will not run into a burning building. According to Charles M. Hayes ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Smoke velocity is the number one cause of flashover. Flashover is defined by the NFPA as, A transitional phase in the development of a compartment fire in which each surface exposed to thermal radiation reaches its ignition temperature more or less simultaneously and fire spreads rapidly throughout the space resulting in full room involvement or total involvement of the compartment or enclosed area. The velocity of the smoke allows for one to locate the fire and extinguish it if capable before the flashover event occurs. The majority of the time flashover will be what causes the injuries so the sooner the fire can be located and extinguished the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Adam Anderson Synopsis A middle aged gay actor with AIDS gets a second chance at life when he wakes up thirty years younger. BRIEF SYNOPSIS: ANDERSON STONE (52) a gay soap opera actor is fired from his job and replaced by a younger actor. Anderson drowns his sorrows at a bar where he sees ADAM, who looks like he s 16 year old. Anderson can tell Adam is a hustler. Anderson doesn t want to have sex with him. Instead, he gives Adam money to survive. He tells Adam not to let anyone know that he s really a good guy. Anderson received more bad news; his friend CHUCK is sick and in the hospital. When Anderson arrives to the hospital, he learns that Chuck died. He had HIV. Anderson confronts his doctor about his own medications. Anderson wishes he could go back in time ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They both can t figure out what s happening to them. Adam shouldn t even be alive. Anderson doesn t care about going back. Adam accuses Anderson of being a prick and storms off. Anderson has sex at the bathhouse and gets stoned on cocaine. He sleeps in the bathhouse for days. He later finds Adam waiting for him at his home. Adam has nowhere to go. Anderson invites Adam to stay with him. Anderson realizes he has missed two days of work. He s fired. Three men jump Anderson and rape him. Adam calls Chuck for help. Adam decides to get a job. Anderson tries to kiss him. Adam admits he s only 17 years old and they need to wait until he s 18 years old. Anderson continues to get drunk. Adam notices a bluish purple mark on Anderson. Anderson knows it s AIDS. Adam doesn t really understand what AIDS is. Adam doesn t want to wait for sex. They use a condom. At a Halloween party, Chuck meets PATRICK. Adam finds Anderson having sex in the sex club back room. Anderson invites Adam to join, but he refuses. Anderson hits Adam. Adam realizes Anderson has to hit bottom before he can get help. Anderson visits Dr. KLIENMAN, who tells him that he definitely has AIDS. Anderson doesn t want to take meds; he would rather ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. How Did Montag Change In Fahrenheit 451 When a society abandons the past, the future becomes more unfamiliar than ever before. This is a concept present throughout Ray Bradbury s novel Fahrenheit 451, in which the society has abandoned reading in its entirety. Guy Montag, the main protagonist in the story, is a fireman. The word fireman itself has lost its historical meaning in the story and has changed from men who put out fires to men who start fires and burn books. The reason these men burn books is because they were outlawed after people stopped reading them, and this is done in order to maintain social equality. With the abandonment of reading and intellectualism, society has changed and, arguably not for the better. The main character, Montag, slowly becomes more aware of the society he lives in through his new neighbor Clarisse McClellan, an old lady with a collection of books, and a known intellectual named Professor Faber. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Shortly after Clarisse moves in down the street from the main protagonist, she meets Montag. Even though she has learned that he is a fireman, she is willing to talk to him anyway, saying, You know, I m not afraid of you at all (Bradbury 11). So she talks to him, and he listens. He listens and learns from her and learns what life can be from her. Clarisse gives Montag thoughts and ideas he has never had before and this sparks a strive for knowledge in Montag. Montag begins to ask questions, similar to how Clarisse does. The fireman wishes to learn more about his position in society and begins to slowly understand what is happening around him. The reader can tell the progression of awareness in Montag and there is an evident distinction of change throughout the story. Clarisse sparked ideas in Montag that would, most likely, not have been present without her influence, and because of this Montag is greatly impressed by Clarisse and this is why she had such a large impact on ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Choosing Garage Door Opener 5 Tips for choosing Garage Door Opener Are you having problems when choosing the best garage door opener? Garage door openers are increasingly demanded in the market, and for this reason many manufacturing companies are producing many types of garage door openers. So, with many types of garage door openers out there in the market, it might be hard for you to choose the best garage door opener. What do you look in the garage door opener? Two main considerations should be consider; drive options this is the real chain, belt or any other device that makes the garage door move lifting the it to the desired location, and horse power options make sure you check the motor to determine the horsepower output. Below are the 5 Tips for choosing Garage ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The type of your drive you will use with ½ HP motor will have the ability to lift or close your garage door. as you choose the horsepower output of your garage door make sure you consider the weight of your garage door as it will strain your ½ HP motors leading to wear and tear of your garage door thus costing you more. 2 Consider AC Versus DC: apart from the horse power of your garage door opener, make some consideration on the amount of current. Critical evaluation between DC and AC motors; direct motors are one of the best and common belt drives. Direct current are relatively expensive but they are more advantage in that they offer soft starts and stops; meaning they open or close your garage door gradually by lifting and stopping gradually. This is good as it produces less noise than any motor jerking that is prone to shaking the door. Verdict For accident prevention through injury infliction and damage to other properties; make sure that the garage door openers are manufactured in accordance to the set standard of your country of choice or properly installed by an expert. Lastly, is to perform periodic reviewing on the maintenance and care that came with the garage door and garage door ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Airtel Swot Analysis I. INRODUCTION India s two top telecom operators, Bharti Airtel and Reliance Jio, are locked in a tight competition which has triggered another round of price war in the industry. But unlike the 3G price war in 2012 or 4G price war in 2016, the new battle isn t about who is offering the lowest price but who can sell for free and for how long. And then, there s a revived interest in targeting the lower tier of userbase that is still using the 2G feature phones. In September, Reliance Jio launched its fourth generation (4G) wireless internet services, that has led to a financially bleeding battle between telecom operators. What Reliance Jio is offering, is unfair competition , Mittal had said at a conference in Delhi, while launching ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The study is explanatory in nature. 1.3 OBJECTIVES II. ANALYSIS 2.1 SWOT Analysis 1. Airtel is one of the largest cellular service provider in India, with over 260 million subscribers 2. Largest Telecom operator in the world with 200+ million subscribers across 19 countries make Airtel a strong brand 3. Airtel is the only Indian operator, with VSNL, that has an international submarine cable 4. High brand visibility of Airtel 5. Strong advertising with celebrity brand ambassadors has boosted the brand 6. Airtel has great value added services like Airtel money, online recharges, bill payments 7. Airtel stores, kiosks, sponsorships etc have boosted the brand presence worldwide. 1.Price competition from other telecom players means limited market share. 2.User privacy is an allegation which the brand has had to face. 1.Price competition from other telecom players means limited market share. 2.User privacy is an allegation which the brand has had to face 1.New entrant s low price offering can reduce market share 2.Saturation point in basic telephony service can be tapped by Airtel 3.Mobile Number Portability can be used by the company to tap competitor
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  • 34. Leadership Class Analysis Over the course of this class I have learned about the kind of leader I am as well as the kind of leader I prefer when being the follower in a situation. Whether or not it is common I am not sure, however I react to a different leadership style than the one I implement myself. Above I have created my own leadership model that I feel covers all of the aspects it takes to being a successful leader. There are three elements to being a productive leader in any given situation and it starts with you as a person. In order to be a leader I feel that you must first understand who you are as a person, you need to know what drives you to succeed, and what motivates you. As the leader of an organization, business, or large group you have to be able to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Beginning with yourself and moving through the phases until reaching your final outcome. One of the lectures from week two, Cunningham Skills, is a great way to begin understand yourself as a leader. If you as a leader can embrace and understand how to implement the six skills Cunningham believes are necessary to be a successful leader than you have the first element of my leadership model taken care of. My absolute favorite skill Cunningham discusses is the idea of managing symbols (Strong, 2016, Cunningham Skills), I believe the reason it sticks out so much to me is because becoming a teacher is something I have wanted for a while now and you have to know and understand how to conduct yourself in a manner that represents who you are as well as who your school is. It is so important in today s society to remember how much access others have to your personal life, whether your social media is private or not. Therefore, creating an image for yourself is so essential and should begin long before your become a leader of a large organization or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Coming Of Age Quotes You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view until you climb into his skin and walk around in it (Chapter 3). This quote was taken from the novel To Kill A Mockingbird, written by Harper Lee. Throughout the novel, Jem and Scout begin their journey to the coming of age as they interact and learn more about Boo Radley and the secrets of the Radley Manor. This key scene significantly contributes to their coming of age because as Scout learns to consider other people s perspectives, she gains a wider view on the world and the people who live in it. She becomes more conscious of the actions she chooses to make and how they affect her, as well as the people who surround her. Throughout the novel, there ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One character that shows a strong motif is Dolphus Raymond, who teaches Scout that what you see on the outside, may not be exactly what is truly there. He is portrayed as a drunk man who doesn t care about anything and has a Co Cola bottle full of whiskey in there (Chapter 16) with him at all times. He is a man that Maycomb county takes as a joke. But when further reading, you find out that his coke bottle really is filled with just coke as stated by Scout in chapter nineteen, You mean all you drink in that sack s Coca Cola? Just plain Coca Cola? . He lets others believe what they want to about him because he has a black wife, and that wasn t acceptable to society during the nineteen twenties. He would rather let them think that his actions are due to his alcoholism, and not his free mind because having a black woman as a wife was illegal. These motifs are littered throughout the entirety of the book. Atticus s advice is shown in this situation because Scout is learning more and more about why people do things. She learned that people have reasons for the actions that they do and that she cannot judge someone based off of rumors, like she had done prior with Mr. Boo ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Altering Reality Not all fictional literary works are based on fictional events. In fact, many great works of literature are based on true life events, people, and places. One author who practices this method of writing is William Shakespeare. In Shakespeare s The Tragedy of Macbeth, many similarities and contrasts of historical accounts are used to fuel the drama s storyline. This is very apparent amongst the play s characters, events, and settings. Shakespeare begins his historical references with the use of well known historical characters. Two of the play s main characters are two rivaling Scottish kings, Duncan I and Macbeth. Shakespeare does an excellent job in using contrasts of the actual kings, in The Tragedy of Macbeth. Shakespeare s Duncan is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The last example of Shakespeare s historical references is Shakespeare s settings. While most of Shakespeare s references are contrasts, Shakespeare does stay true to many of the historical stages set before him. Like the historical background of the Scottish rivalry between Macbeth and Duncan, the drama takes place throughout the Scottish country side (Shakespeare). In fact, many of Shakespeare s main settings are based on real Scottish landmarks. One of these landmarks is the ancient fort of Dunsinane, which is Shakespeare s setting for the castle of the king of Scotland. Although, this is not the home place of the actual Scottish king, it is in close proximity to Birnham Wood ( Dunsinane ), the same Birnham Wood referred to by the witches of The Tragedy of Macbeth. Macbeth shall never vanquished be until Great Birnham Wood to high Dunsinane Hill Shall come against him (Shakespeare 355; Act IV Scene I ll 92 94). According to some scholars, the reason for the significance of Birnham Wood in Shakespeare s tragedy is related to the historical, victorious battle of Macbeth near Dunkeld, a modern region of Perth and Kinross, which happens to be in close proximity to Birnham Wood as well ( Macbeth ). Birnham Wood is also the setting for one of Macbeth s defeats by Siward, earl of Northunbria, in 1054 ( Dunsinane ). While these settings are closely related, one of Shakespeare s settings contrasts quite a bit. Cawdor, a castle in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Marsden s Analysis Women now grow up in a community where their choices can be made by themselves. Women no longer have to seek their father s or husband input. Still to this day we are treated in certain circumstances as inferior to the male population (Marsden, 2012). Beside this women have come so far because they no longer have no control over their choices, their choices are in their own hand and they are able to do what they wish (Marsden, 2012). For example in class we have talked about the electoral system (Heritz, 2016b). For the longest time only British born men 21 and over were eligible to vote (Heritz, 2016b). Women fought peacefully to get their right to vote so that they could have a say. This relates to Marsden s novel because she discusses ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The constitution act is a documents that implement the current rights and freedoms for society. The constitution act from 1867 to 1982 ended up being completely different acts since society evolved so much the constitution act had to evolve with it (Marsden, 2012). If one were to look at the constitution act now in the 21st century and compare the differences from the first constitution act in 1867 several people would not believe that the act had changed that much over 150 years. The 1982 Canadian Charter of Human Right and Freedoms is considered to fall under the new and improved constitution act of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Physics Of A Dc Electric Eld In a DC electric field, charged particles moves to an electrode that has anwith opposite polarity. In an AC electric field, charged particles oscillate, and their amplitudes are determined by the amount of the total particle charge. The oscillation amplitude of the charged particle is proportional to the amount of the charge density (q) and the applied voltage (E), and is inversely proportional to the radius of the particle (r), the medium viscosity (η), or the applied frequency (f) [28]. When E, η, r, and f are constant values, the amplitude d of the particle is simply related to the charge density q . In this case, analyzing the amplitude of the oscillating particle under the AC electric field has the same meaning with as evaluating ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... An AC electric field was applied to a sample containing the fluorescent microspheres, and the oscillation amplitudes of the fluorescent microspheres were observed by using a fluorescent fluorescence microscope (TE2000 U, Nikon). The continuous CCD images were recorded in a computer as a movie file format. After the analysis of the recorded data, the oscillation amplitude d was calculated as the average of one way distances [28]. The amplitudes of the 10 different microspheres were individually measured, and an the average of these amplitudes was used as the amplitude d . 4.3 Preparation of biofunctional microspheres 4.3.1 Preparation of IgG modified and Biotin IgG modified microspheres Two kinds types of microspheres modified with IgG (IgG bead) and biotin labeled IgG (Biotin IgG bead) were prepared as shown in Figure 4 (a). Two kinds types of microsphere, carboxylate modified microspheres and orange fluorescence (540/560), were mixed in a carbonate buffer solution (0.1 M), and the mixture was centrifuged (1000 rpm, 5 min). After repeating the washing step more than twice, a small portion of PBS (10 mM, pH 7.0) was added to the microspheres mixtures of microspheres with the addition of carbodiimide. The reaction mixture was stirred for ˜∼180 min at room temperature. Then, the microspheres were washed twice with a PBS and suspended in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Walpole In The South Sea Bubble Almost 300 years ago, Britain experienced a catastrophic event. In 1720, the stock of the South Sea Company, a financing company, dropped roughly 87 percent, resulting in the first ever international stock market crash. This crash ruined the British economy for a short period, which caused a rippling effect on Western Europe. While a number of actors would be blamed, both politicians in 1720 and historians in the three hundred years since have missed a critical piece connecting the events of that fateful summer. This essay suggests a reconsideration of the crash. It connects the progression of marine insurance and the Bubble Act of 1720 to member of parliament Robert Walpole, an actor who has hitherto escaped blame. The South Sea Company ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... While this paper agrees with the broad strokes of Harris s argument, it differs from Harris in its interpreting of the nature of the relationship. Historians never connected marine insurance or the Bubble Act of 1720 to Aislabie s downfall, even though the three stories ultimately intertwine during the period. A close examination of the proceedings of the House of Commons demonstrates that Aislabie promoted marine insurance companies to take on part of the national debt. Aislabie s fingerprints were politically on both the South Sea Company and the two marine insurance companies. Nevertheless, even with Aislabie s corruption, historians have overlooked Robert Walpole s role in the South Sea Bubble. This thesis will question several decisions made by Walpole: his motives in standing silently for months in 1720, his reasoning for pushing through the Bubble Act, and his role in negotiating the South Sea Company out of financial ruin in the fall of 1720. Through these decisions made by Walpole, this thesis will argue that some responsibility rested on Walpole for the South Sea Bubble ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Dr. Kristina Tansavatdi s Life Essay Dr. Kristina Tansavatdi is one of the top facial reconstructive and plastic surgeons near the city of Camarillo; in addition, she is the only female plastic surgeon in the areas of Santa Barbara and Westlake Village. Dr. Tansavatdi focuses on providing each of her patients with the most innovative cosmetic care available for the neck and the face. Dr. Tansavatdi uses her expertise as a fellowship trained facial plastic surgeon to provide each of her patients with a personalized experience. Dr. Tansavatdi is Serving the City of Camarillo At her Thousand Oaks plastic surgery practice in Westlake Village, she and her staff pamper and refresh her patients as they enjoy Dr. Tansavatdi s lavish, private sanctuary. For years, she has offered her services to the private and fashionable residents of Montecito, Malibu and Beverly Hills: Now, she is offering her expertise to individuals who reside in the city of Camarillo. Dr. Tansavatdi is a Double Board Certified Facial Reconstructive and Plastic Surgeon Near Camarillo Dr. Tansavatdi is Board Certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, as well as by the American Board of Otolaryngology. As a Double Board Certified facial plastic surgeon, she is a highly sought after facial plastic surgeon. People from Around the World Choose Dr. Tansavatdi as Their Facial Reconstructive and Plastic Surgeon Due to her warm disposition and meticulous attention to detail, Dr. Tansavatdi is esteemed ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. HCS451 Risk Assessment Summary Agape Long Term Care is a 40 bed skilled nursing facility, specializing in Alzheimer s and dementia patients. The management team at Agape has decided to make risk management a focus in the upcoming year, and has hired a consultant to perform an assessment and formulate a plan for risk management. Long term care facilities serve over 3 million Americans, and that number is growing every year. (Rubbens, 2007)With the boom in the need for long term care, comes more risks. Risk management is designed to mitigate safety concerns, assure quality and protect patients rights. Risk management is both proactive eliminating risks before they can occur, and reactive after a risk has occurred, taking steps so if will not occur again. Every ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Agape plans to educate each staff member on the principles of risk management and how they can be proactive in their daily duties. The consultant also recommended sending the risk manager to be certified by the Center for Aging Services Risk Management (CASRM), a not for profit foundation that researches, educates and promotes a culture of risk management and safety. CASRM is an invaluable resource for risk management in long term care and skilled nursing facilities. (Linda Wallace, 2011) Agape has taken the first steps to promote a culture of risk management within its organization. They will be performing a risk assessment; following thought with a written risk management program and continue to education their staff of incorporating risk management into daily activities. These changes will lead to fewer negative incidents, improve the quality of healthcare Agape delivers and increase the bottom line for its shareholders. Bibliography DiNatate, P. M., Granger, B. M. (2010, March 2). Demystify risk Management in nursing homes. Retrieved from McKnights Long Term Care News: http://www.mcknights.com/demystify risk management in nursing homes/article/164835/ Linda Wallace, B. (2011, February). Risk Management. (Repertorie, Interviewer) Rubbens, D. R. (2007, Oct). Risk ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. A Child With Developmental Delays When Mia was only two years old, her parents noticed that she was not up to speed with other children her age. This discovery led her to the genetics department at A.I. DuPont Children s Hospital. For a child with developmental delays, I only saw that she lit up the room with her energy and friendly nature, which made me fall in love with her as she explored the room. While the counselor consulted her parents, Mia continued to come up to me and grab my hands, something that she apparently did quite frequently. During the appointment, her mother began to cry, worried that she may have inadvertently caused Mia s condition during pregnancy. Her father had concerns that his first child may never be able to live a normal life and have children of her own. The counselor eased the parents concerns by educating them on her syndrome and basic genetics as well as getting them in contact with a support group for children with the same syndrome. Mia and her family went home well informed and in good spirits despite the devastating news they received. This family is a prime example of the benefits of genetic counseling, and why patient care is crucial in the profession. That experience drew me into genetic counseling, a profession that I did not know existed a year prior. I entered college with the mentality of becoming an engineer due to my interest in science, my fondness of problem solving, and the desire to help others. After I changed my major to neuroscience and gained experience ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. An Introduction Of Retail Inventory Management Deborah Deny Scott Rochat An Introduction to Retail Inventory Management Part 1 Motivation: Currently a company XYZ has multiple products let s say Pi, i = 1, 2..., 82, and they must meet a demand for their customers let s say Dj, j = 1, 2..., 40. The current method for placing orders is relying on the owners knowledge in the industry from being in business for over twenty years, but as he is looking to retire he is looking for a more standard way to determine what products to carry and how many. Being a business of course the owner wants to maximize his profit margins as his objective. As for the constraints we will look at the space restriction, supplier limitations, and customer demands. In the end we should have an integer programming ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Brand Management in Small and Medium Sized (SME) Retailers: A Future Research Agenda by Richard Mitchell The purpose of this article is for all people not familiar with business and how brand management works. It is the key to understanding how to read the outcome of the integer programing problem we have created. It gives guidelines and charts if a brand or style of a brand should be dropped and replaced with something similar. It also provides an idea of using binary numbers as your decision variable while determining another function to see if you need a brand or not. A 1 would signify that you want to sell that product in the store and a 0 means you should drop the product from your shelves. The Model Stock Plan in Small Stores by N.H. Comish This article talks about inventory models for the small business man making an annual profit of less than $100,000. The company XYZ does make a slight amount more than that, but in the eyes of the Federal Government it is still considered a small business. Another way the article identifies a small business is when it has less than 15 employees which company XYZ does. The model the author wants the reader to use is very reliant on economic trends. This leads the reader to realize they are talking about an EOQ (Economic Order Quantity) model but using the company s percent share of the market to scale ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Increase in the Unemployment Rates in the U.K. The UK s unemployment rate reached its highest peak in 2011 at just under 2.7 million during the recent recession which economists are calling the Great Recession (BBC News, 2014). Since, however the fall in the rate of unemployment has not been as sharp as many predicted, concerns have been raised over whether unemployment levels in this single period may have a long lasting effect. The issue of hysteresis within the UK and the persistence of unemployment is what this paper will focus on, as well as the reasons why the youth unemployment rate is much higher. Using the Demand deficient theory of unemployment, which is the Keynesian view of unemployment that suggest high real wages cause long term unemployment, I will examine whether this ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Another industry that has shown signs of employment growth during this hard time is the accommodation and food services industry. Which, outside of London, has seen a 4.8% increase in employment. This could be due to employees from other industries simply switching careers, which opposes the view of this model that skills diminish or are not transferrable between sectors of the economy (ONS, 2014). On the other hand this rise in employment could simply be due to the UK s flexible labour market. Another industry that has experienced a downwards growth trend is the mining and quarrying industry. There has been a dramatic reduction in growth, as between the periods of early 2011 and the final quarter of 2013 the industry has been 35.2% below its pre recession peak. However this industry decline has been slowly happening since 1999, this consequently could be a contributing factor to the issue of hysteresis as this is the second largest sub industry of total production within the UK (ONS, 2013). This fits within the assumptions of the model of structural unemployment as the decline in the industry has clearly led to higher levels of unemployment. The long term decline of such a large industry can often lead to long term unemployment, such as we saw in the coal industry, which is a common cause of hysteresis. However this alone cannot be blamed for hysteresis. Blanchard and Summers wrote about three reasons for hysteresis and unemployment persistence, one more ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...