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Analysis Of Hey There Delilah
Confessing Love Through Song The purpose of this paper is to analyze the song Hey There Delilah by
the Plain White T s. This paper will identify the message and tone of the song, as well as the artist s
appeal to the audience by analyzing the organization of the song, and the specific rhetorical strategies
the artist used to connect to the audience. The song s organization, style, figurative language, and
hyperboles in the lyrics will also be analyzed to connect the artist s intention back to the audience. In
this song, the artist s main point and thesis, is that he is head over heels in love with a girl named
Delilah. He wants to tell the world, and Delilah herself, how much he loves her, and how their love
conquers the distance between them.
This song was released in May 2006 in the United states, with the intended audience being people
ranging in age from middle school age to college age. He chose this range in age to connect to a broad
amount of people, with the general assumption that they would be familiar with what love is, or have
experienced it themselves.
The artist wants the audience to feel his substantial affection for Delilah, and how it is unchanging
even though they are separated by distance. He appeals to the audience s emotions of admiration,
compassion, and longing for another person. The artist does this by singing about his extensive love
for Delilah, which may lead people to think of someone they themselves care deeply about, or an
example of love in their life.
The artist chooses an upbeat and happy tempo that repeats throughout the song. He chooses this
repeating tempo to draw the listener s attention to the lyrics of the song. The slow, yet happy tempo
paired with the artists bright and cheery voice creates a sense of ease and happiness within the song
itself, and the audience.
In this song, for the majority of the time the artist is confessing and explaining his love for Delilah to
the world, and Delilah herself. He does this by telling the audience exactly what he is thinking,
however, he does use imagery on occasion to accentuate his point. For example, the artist uses the
simile Times Square can t shine as bright as you, to compare Delilah s radiance to the lights of New
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Short Term Goals For College
A short term goal I ve set for myself is getting accepted into my first choice college: Colorado
University of Boulder. During my junior year, I was following my cousin around to colleges that she
was interested in. I went along with her to visit Colorado University of Boulder and from that moment
on I knew that I wanted to go there. I can finally say that I got accepted and couldn t be happier to
check off one of my goals on my list. Nonetheless, I ve worked strenuously in school to maintain an
average GPA of 3.76, plus taking rigorous courses, which accumulates to a GPA of 3.92. I retook my
ACT a couple of times in hopes to receive a 28 or higher for scholarships from Boulder and other
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I know I have more potential than that. I know I can be a doctor, if I set my heart on it and worked day
and night for something that seems impossible to accomplish; that is my long term goal, to graduate
from college and medical school and be on my way to my career. However, the major obstacle that is
keeping me from accomplishing that goal is financial problems. Although, I believe I am someone
who can maximize the use of this scholarship to accomplish my dreams and goals. I want to be
someone who has a purpose in society, to help and contribute to the community. I want to give back to
my mother, who works arduously to provide an education for me. I want to serve my community and
to help them have the same chances that I have, or even better. If I had the option to be a millionaire or
to have enough money, I would choose to have enough money so that I can pay for college to work for
something I would be proud of. At the moment, my goals seem to be a figure of my imagination
because it s not like the sky is raining money. Nevertheless, that s not going to stop me from applying
for more scholarships, and working earnestly for what I deserve and
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Discussion Of The Social Problem Healthcare Delivery
Discussion of the Social Problem Healthcare Delivery in Ontario:
A. Briefly discuss and define the social problem. Be sure to cite where you got the definition using
APA style. (3marks)
Health care delivery refers to the manner in which medical services are organized, managed and
provided, centered by the professionals who provide medical services to the Canadians. A good health
care delivery is to be able to provide and satisfied the patient with quality service in a timely manner.
In Canada, both the public and private sectors are participating in health care delivery which makes it
a mix public private system where the private sector delivers health care services and the public sector
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(J. Makarenko, 2010)
All 12 provinces in Canada are guided by the provisions of the Canada Health Act. The provinces and
territories fund theses services with assistance from the federal government in the form of fiscal
transfers.) The provinces and territories each self will provide supplementary health benefits that are
not covered by the Act. (Health Canada, 2014)
B. Why is it a social problem? In other words, what makes it a social problem? (3 marks)
Social Problem definition: A condition that at least some people in a community view as being not
wanted.
Health Care delivery is a social problem in Ontario for many reasons such as Emergency Room wait
times, shortage of health care professionals, and care of seniors.
On top of this, according to an article from August 2012 by the Toronto Star Ontario hospitals have
the fewest hospital beds per person as they get the least public funding. Yet out of pocket health care
costs are the highest in the country. (Monsebraaten Star, 2012)
C. What is the origin/history of the social problem? Here you may want to look at origin and trend, if
applicable. (5 marks)
The origin of Health Care in Canada goes all the way back to 1914 when Canada was a colony of in
the British Empire. In 1917, Robert Borden along with his Conservative government introduced
military conscription but this policy became an
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Hip Hop Is Widely Known As A Genre Of Music That Started
Hip hop is widely known as a genre of music that started in a New York City borough called the
Bronx in the late 1970s, but it is more than just the music. Hip hop is a culture that consists of being a
disc jockey which is also known as deejaying or turntabling, breakdancing, MCing or rhyming
rapping , graffiti, and fashion. Each of these items are key elements in creating hip hop and these key
items are part of the hip hop culture. Deejaying was an important factor contributing to hip hop culture
since it sort of gave birth to hip hop. For instance, breaking dancing became huge for early hip hop
since DJs played music that was perfect for breakdancers. DJs also looked for rappers or MCs to
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To become a DJ when hip hop was blossoming one would require to have two turntables, a DJ mixer
and a wide collection of disco records. Not only that, one would also require some kind of speaker
system to play the music out loud. The concept of DJing is to take two different or the same records
and find their break down part and play that over and over to create a beat. The break down part is the
part in the song where it is mostly beat focused and the people can really start dancing to the music.
This was discovered by a DJ known as DJ Kool Herc. According to an article titled The History of
DJing the author states, Campbell noticed something peculiar: the dancers grew ecstatic during certain
parts of the records the breaks (Adaso). Clive Campbell better known as DJ Kool Herc saw that the
dancers only came out to dance during those parts of the song. So since DJ Kool Herc was already a
DJ he decided to switch it up and play mostly the breaks. And people enjoyed that, so now at most of
the parties, people were dancing most of the time. Furthermore, most of the time the dancing at these
parties wasn t just regular disco dancing they were breakdancing. Which relates to what I mentioned
before, it means dancing to the break part of the song. There are two other terms that also refer to
breakdancing which are B boying and breaking. Most often people would break dance to
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Electrical Remodeling
Electrical Repair Huntsville, AL
Remodeling an Older Home
Older homes often offer unique features worth retaining, such as high end fireplace surrounds, original
woodwork, detailed door and window casings, hardwood flooring and other features. Unfortunately,
the electrical system is likely to be one of the safety hazards you should replace. Even when the
condition of the electrical system is fair, it is highly likely to be insufficient for the electrical load of
modern needs. Mister Sparky electricians can provide the electrical repair in Huntsville, AL your older
home may require, and the peace of mind you need.
Safety
One of the primary concerns of an older home s electrical system is safety. In the absence of a recent
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Why Circuit Breakers Trip in Older Homes
The electrical circuits in older homes were not designed to provide electricity for the needs of modern
homes. The signs of inadequacy in older homes is probably all around you. Multiple extension cords
and power strips connected to a single outlet are a major sign your home needs an electrical upgrade.
Overloading wiring, and especially outdated wiring, is a fire waiting to happen as the wire overheats.
Mister Sparky electricians in Huntsville, AL can provide your older home with modern, safe wiring
and electrical repair in Huntsville, AL you can count on .
Frequently tripped circuit breakers, breakers with signs of overheating, non functioning outlets and
outlet covers with char on them are additional clues of inadequate wiring and outlets. Switches and
outlets that are warm or even hot to touch, flickering lights, and frequently blown light bulbs are
further clues the electrical system is in dire need of updating before disaster strikes. Mister Sparky
electricians in Huntsville, AL can resolve your electrical issues with electrical repair in Huntsville,
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Who Is Hatshepsut Be King
In my point of view, I feel that Hatshepsut made the right decision of crowning herself king. There
were many reasons why I support this idea. One reason was because Hatshepsut husband Thutmose |||
had died and the person who was supposed to be king was Hatshepsut s son who was a bit too young
to be a king of a country. Also, since her son was too young Hatshepsut had made herself qualified and
worthy of being the king of a country. In the text it said that since Hatshepsut s husband had died too
early it was traditional to have her son become the next pharaoh. But the problem was that he was too
young to become the next pharaoh of Egypt. The text states Unfortunately, after a short reign of three
years, Thutmose ll died, and his son by
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Gun Control vs. Crime Rate
Jessica Vickers
Dr. Jonne Akens
Engl 1302
25 February 2013
Gun Control vs. Crime Rate According to the Second Amendment of the Constitution of the United
States of America, A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of
the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed. In this very amendment lies the main issue of
gun control. To many, the language of the amendment appears to grant to the people the absolute right
to bear arms. However, the U.S. Supreme Court has held that the amendment merely protects the right
of states to form a state militia. (Kimberlin) Gun control, or the controlling of firearms, is any act or
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The gunman then ran and took his own life (Benner, 2012). The latter side of the debate shows how
civilians are capable of stopping a crime before the police are able to arrive. Some even claim that
more guns will help to control the crime and prevent mass shootings from occurring. (Wicked) After
being subjected to so much information, how is the reader to know which side is right? According to
Wicked, This can be a difficult question to answer and requires detailed analysis to come to an
informed decision. Studies that have been done on the issue of gun control have found many things
that gun control affects and many things that it does not affect. One key item that studies have found is
that gun control laws affect the use of specific guns in violent crimes, but do not affect the rate of
crime itself. The controlling of firearms by either banning the sale, transfer, importation, or
manufacture of, as well as controlling the amount of ammunition available and the storage of that
ammunition, is irrelevant to the reduction of violent crime.
When debating the effect that a particular law, or ban of item, has on the rate of violent crime, it is
beneficial to look back at the effect that laws and bans similar to these have had on the crime rate
throughout history. The 1994 Assault Weapons ban which Dianne Feinstein proposed and that of
which Congress passed would be a prime example. This ban specifically selected fire arms
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Tension Between Mental Health And Social Care
There is significant tension between care and control in current legislation and guidance in mental
health and social care. Politicians face severe pressure from the media, service users and their
families, the public and advocacy groups on these topics. Professionals involved in social care have a
duty of care towards people with mental ill health. However, there is also a duty of care towards
members of the public and family members of people with mental illnesses. Some people with mental
illness can display aggressive behaviour, injuring themselves or others. There have been some high
profile cases where people with mental illnesses have committed murders or assaults. This has created
tension between the policies of increasing the availability
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Ali And The Decline Of The Ottoman Empire
Following the death of Suleyman I in 1566, the Ottoman empire began a period of decline led by a
succession of poor sultans. The palace government broke up into numerous, corrupt factions, and
problems with theft led to financial losses. While coinage was losing value and causing inflation, the
once advanced empire fell behind technologically. Selim III came to power in 1789 with hopes of
reviving the Ottoman army, but fell short when the older janissary troops resisted and overthrew him.
At the same time, nationalist feelings, inspired by the now free Greece and self ruled Serbia, were
stirring among the Ottoman people. As Europeans were expanding their territory through 20th and
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Russia hoped to gain access to the Persian Gulf and the Indian Ocean, and twice Persia was forced to
give up territories to Russia. Britain hoped to gain control of Afghanistan in order to use it as a buffer
between India and Russia. In 1857, despite resistance, Persia was forced to give up all claims to
Afghanistan. Persia as a nation lacked the funds to develop its abundant resources. In order to raise
capital and increase their economic standing, the Persian rulers began granting concessions, which
allowed businesses to purchase the right to operate in a certain place or to develop a certain product, to
Western businesses. The willingness of the leaders to sell concessions and the refusal of the people to
allow Western influence in their countries created tensions. In one such instance, Jamal al Din al
Afghani staged a tobacco boycott to protest Nasir al Din s selling of a concession to a British company
to export Persian tobacco. The boycott was effective, and leaders were forced to cancel the
concession. However, growing unrest as a result created proved uncontrollable. In 1907, Russian and
Britain had taken over the country and divided it into their own spheres of influence. The economic
control exercised over Persia thereafter is similar to the economic imperialism that many European
imperialists utilized in Muslim
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History Of Halloween Essay
The History of Halloween Dressing up in costumes, trick or treating and carving pumpkins into funny
faces. These traditions are part of Halloween, a holiday known for fun, games and of course candy. At
least in this day and age, the excitement that the public feels for this undocumented holiday isn t the
same as it was 2,000 years ago. For the story of Halloween dates back thousands of years to a festival
called Samhain (pronounced sow in). A group of people known as the Celts celebrated it to mark the
end of the harvest season. They lived where Ireland, Scotland, and Wales are today. Samhain began on
November 1, but the celebrations began the night before, on October 31. Families would gather for big
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How it got its name is another story entirely the church gave Halloween its name when it changed the
celebration of the Roman Festival of the Dead from February to November 1 a Church holiday known
as All Saint s Day. Another way to say All Saint s was All Hallows because the term hallows means
holy people. The evening before the holiday, October 31 became known as All Hallows Eve, and the
church service performed on that evening was called All Hallow e en. The reason being, think along
the lines of when people go to church on Christmas eve, Halloween was once seen, much like
Christmas was and still is seen as a holy holiday. As for the history of trick or treating, or guising
(from disguising ), it began in the Middle Ages, children and sometimes poor adults would dress up in
costumes popular ones being ghosts and ghouls to scare evil spirits away, would go around door to
door during Halloween begging for food or money in exchange for songs and prayers often said on
behalf of the dead. This was called souling and the children were called soulers , again think
Christmas and carols. But this year s Halloween have its own new rules and traditions and as each
generation cover their house in fake spiders and plaster zombies
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Margaret Atwood s Theory Of Feminism
Feminism is a movement aimed at defining,establishing, and defending equal political, economic,
andsocial right and equal opportunities for women. Feminism is mainly focused on women s issues,
behaviorand belief of a feminist. It is a philosophy in which women and their contribution are valued.
Feminists view the world as being unequal.They want to see the gender gap and the idea that men are
superior to women decreased or even abolished. Different types of feminist theory add to this
interesting study and each has had a profound impact on women and gender studies.The study of
feminism could be split into three parts as Cultural Feminism, Individual Feminism and Liberal
Feminism.
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Atwood in an interview says:
It s a human activity that has all kinds of symbolic connotations depending on the society and the level
of society. In other words ,what you eat varies from place to place, how we feel about what we eat
varies from place to place, how we feel about what we eat varies from individual as well as from place
to place. If you think of food as coming in various categories: sacred food, ceremonial food, everyday
food and things that are not to be eaten ,forbidden food, dirty food, if you like for the anorexic ,all
food is dirty food. (Lyons 228)
Atwood suggests that in conventional society, women are edible. They are swallowed up by their male
counterparts. Marian is aware of this fact and decides that if she must be eaten, then she will take
control of her own life and eat herself. Eating disorders in Atwood s works are therefore employed as
symbols of women s bodies responses to social pressure. Even before Marian returns to first person
selfhood, she sees that there might be a way out, that becoming trapped by a repressive or unsatisfying
role need not be the end of the matter. Atwood is urging women to assert their right to eat and re
inhabit their own
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Why Do Motor Vehicle Owners Need Car Insurance
Motor vehicle owners need car insurance or motorcycle insurance to protect their assets and
indemnify them against liability should they be found at fault in an automobile collision. Ridgway
Associates, one of the premier insurance companies in Hudson, OH, explains below what kind of car
insurance is available, who needs coverage, and what that coverage entails. Since 1946, this
independent agency has been helping Summit County customers devise custom solutions and create
tailor made, affordable, car insurance policies.
Who Needs Coverage?
In Ohio, the state s Financial Responsibility law requires all drivers to meet a certain minimum level
of liability coverage before operating a vehicle. You must show proof of financial responsibility ...
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This means the insurer will pay up to $25,000 in medical costs per victim, up to $50,000 in medical
costs per accident, and up to $25,000 in repairs or replacement costs for property damage per incident.
Failure to comply may result in loss of driving privileges, vehicle registration suspension, hefty
reinstatement fees, and submission of an SR 22 bond before reinstatement is allowed.
What Other Coverage Is Available?
Some of the most important other coverage types available include Personal Injury Protection (pays
some or all medical costs); Collision Coverage (covers costs to repair/replace your vehicle after
collision); and Comprehensive Coverage (covers theft and non collision damage such as fire, hail, and
vandalism). Other types of car insurance reimburse you for towing charges and rental car costs.
Ridgway Associates, one of the most trusted and reliable insurance companies in Hudson, OH, can
help you design a car insurance or motorcycle insurance policy that meets your needs and fits your
budget. Visit them online, or call (330) 650 1560 to speak to a friendly, knowledgeable insurance
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The Theories Of The Social Contract Theory
It is apposite at this juncture to define what social contract connotes. Social contract is the voluntary
agreement among individuals by which, according to any of various theories, as of Hobbes, Locke, or
Rousseau, organized society is brought into being and invested with the right to secure mutual
protection and welfare or to regulate the relations among its members.
The social contract theory or model was originated during the age of enlightment. Social contract
arguments typically posit that individuals have consented, either explicitly or tacitly to surrender some
of their freedoms and submit to the authority of the ruler or magistrate (or to the decision of a
majority), in exchange for protection of their remaining rights.
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They too did not want chaos. But a careful reasoning will bring to fore that these rights preceded the
state and therefore they were not gifts of the state. The coercive power of the state became secondary
to the reliance on individual virtue, that is, order would result from individuals pursuing their self
interests while remaining mindful of their social contract obligations. These ideas produced the great
liberal traditions that led to the sovereignty of the people and liberal democracy, a universal claim for
genuine autonomy of the individual in a democratic society.
Thomas Hobbes believed that politics should be based on the desire of power and the fear of death. He
advocated for the creation of a powerful state, what he called a Leviathan . ( A government to protect
the people from one another to keep them in awe ) In the Social Contract Hobbes said that men should
give up rights to an authority to act for them, on their behalf. He said that sovereign authority had to
be absolute to overcome fear of death in nature. With this said, it basically meant that the governments
only reason for existing was for the safety of the people. He also believed that no person was subject
to any power above them, so there was no certain power to protect any one power from
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Standardized Testing In America
Standardized Testing: Declining the Education in America.
Every year, millions of students take long standardized tests, but do they improve the education of
American students? In 2000, the US ranked 18th in mathematics worldwide. By 2012, the US dropped
to 27th, with similar results in the remaining subjects. After passing the No Child Left Behind Act of
2001, the lives of thousands were academically changed. NCLB s Mission Statement reads: Our
mission is to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering
educational excellence and ensuring equal access. Standardized testing is declining the education in
America by placing financial burdens on schools, as well as reprioritizing school choices, unnecessary
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They cram their brains then forget it all after the test. School systems have become accustomed to the
Drill n Kill method. A University of Maryland study from 2007 found many teacher felt they needed
to teach to the test . NCLB instilled this practice due to the decreased amount of time available for
teaching and the increased amount of higher order thinking involved in each test. As Benjamin
Franklin wisely stated, Tell me and I forget, teach me and I remember, involve me and I learn. If
teachers are being told to repeat information students may remember some of it, but will most
defiantly have more success being taught in an environment conducive to long term memory. This
may be possible for some counties, but the tests have constantly increased the material and rigor each
year leaving no time but for repetition from student to teacher. Some students have even found they
don t even get the correct answers from the test and never fully learn the
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Ray Robinson s Being Sugar Ray
Sugar Ray Robinson was America s greatest boxer, and one of the first celebrity athletes. The book
Being Sugar Ray by Kenneth Shropshire is a fantastic book for sport fans and especially fans of
boxing. If you are not into sports, much less boxing, then this book may be hard to get into and may
drag on throughout. This book is a biography about Sugar Ray. It explains his life from beginning to
end. I loved Being Sugar Ray and think it is an absolute great book because of it being motivational
and inspiring throughout.
He traveled all over the world. A few of the places he fought at was Brazil, Italy, France, China, and
many more. I liked this aspect of the book because I find geography very interesting and the author
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When he was young, many people tried to stop him from boxing, but Robinson did not listen to them.
When Robinson started fighting top tier boxers, many people started doubting him and thought he
wouldn t make it. He overcame this and fought to the top. I loved it because it was an inspirational
story. It explained how he grew up from living in poverty in Detroit, to making millions and being
known from all over the world. In the book Shropshire said, Robinson dreamed of being a champ, but
most black men of the day were simply striving to make life better (Shropshire 24). This shows how
he was discriminated against for being an African American and couldn t get the privileges he wanted.
Despite the racial discrimination against him, he set out to follow his dreams. He was introduced to
boxing when he was 7 years old, and he started boxing by 1936 when he was 15. By the time he was
19, he had a professional record. He retired in 1952, only to come back three years later and regain his
title. By the time he died from diabetes, he had a record of 128 1 2. He had the best record of anyone
in the league.
Sugar Ray Robinson was the best boxer in history. Robinson won the Golden Glove Award in 1939
and 1940 and also won the world middleweight title 5 times, all within 7 years. He didn t just box, he
also did volunteer work at his hometown, helping at dinners, restaurants, and schools. Robinson had a
big impact on the
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Epileptic Seizure Research Paper
2. Scalp EEG and Epileptic Seizures
How eeg works and data is created
EEG measures the electrical activity of the brain by placing multiple electrodes on the scalp. All the
electrodes work instantaneously and produce data in the form of multi channel time series in real time.
These sensors can pick up about thousand data points every second. The electrical activity produced
by a brain neuron is too small to be recorded by EEG [11]. An EEG electrode records from a
combination of many concentrated neurons. Each EEG channel is calculated by taking the difference
between recordings of two electrodes.
How a Seizure looks like
Whenever a seizure occurs, it forms a rhythmic activity. A typical EEG with seizure is given in Figure
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Stereotypes Of African Americans
Stereotypes. Labels. Many have experienced being labeled, while practically all of us have labeled
others in the past. Whether it be a person we ve never met, a person we saw for the first time, or even
a friend, labels along with their accompanying stereotypes are frequently placed upon various types of
people. However, stereotypes are never random; there seems to be some sort of perceived knowledge
about the nature of a person when the stereotype is formulated. A stereotype is oftentimes used to
categorize a group of people who are practically forced to act likewise in order to fit in. Throughout
history, many scholars and writers have lashed out against the use of different stereotypes, Caryl
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From a very young age, fathers often tend to train their sons to grow up to be proper men, as Clive
reveals, My son is young. I m doing all I can/ to teach him to grow up to be a man (Act 1, Scene 1).
Edward, in turn, strives to make his father proud, but is not capable. He says, What my father wants I
d dearly like to be. / I find it rather hard as you can see (Act 1, Scene 1). Clive s son is portrayed as a
girl; after all, he loves playing with his sister s doll. He takes care of the doll as if it were his; however,
he is beaten by his mother, nanny, and father as a result. Playing with dolls was seen as a girl s
activity, and that was definitely not seen as proper behavior for a boy. Additionally, he engages in a
few sexual encounters with Harry which reveals his gay sexual inclinations. Such relationships and
activities were looked down upon in disgust, even worse they were prohibited! Churchill had a girl
play Edward to expose his true nature. Being a gay at that time and place, was not an option because
of all the stereotypical aspects attached to it. One could only imagine the deep sorrow Edward had to
go through to fulfill the stereotypical expectations of a man, when he truly felt like the girl playing his
character. Similarly, Ellen also dealt with the hardships of stereotypes rising from sexuality. When she
reveals how she truly felt towards Betty, I just want to be alone
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What Is Swot Analysis Of Airasia
AirAsia was originally launched to compete with Malaysian Airline by offering low priced air travels.
It was, however, unable to liberalize the market to beat its rival and win and maintain its own niche. In
2001, Fernades bought AirAsia and hired experts in low cost airline business to restructure the
business model in use at AirAsia airline. This was the turning point for AirAsia. AirAsia is currently
the second largest Airline in Malaysia and offers low cost airfares. This is in consistence with their
mission of providing affordable airfares and their vision that claims that everyone can now fly. The
aspect of market liberalization impacts heavily on Airasia airline as it operates not only in Malaysia
but also in other Asia Pacific countries. This has made AirAsia rise fast towards being a successful and
budget friendly airline in the region earning a title like the domestic airline of choice in Malaysia
(Man Justine 2011). This paper tries to perform ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The failure of bilateral agreements within the Asia Pacific regions negatively impacts on low cost
carriers of that region leading to their underdevelopment (Hooper, Duangphastra University of
Sydney. 1998). In addition, landing charges imposed on AirAsia and other low cost airlines negatively
affect their growth within the region. Conversely, liberalization within Southeast Asia has greatly
helped in eliminating air transport charges thus giving AirAsia and other airlines the reason to operate
beyond
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Advertising in Baseball Stadiums
Introduction Baseball is considered to be America s favorite pastime and has become popular all over
the world. This sport is watched by millions of people every time there is a game played. People will
go to the stadiums to watch and a lot of fans will watch the game on television. Since there are so
many people watching these games, advertising has become more and more apart of every baseball
stadium due to the amount of exposure a company can receive by using the many types of ads found
in a baseball stadium. The stadiums use billboards, fences, green screens, merchandise, airplanes,
names of stadiums, and scoreboards as all different ways to advertise a company s product.
Billboards
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Merchandise
Merchandise is probably one of the most common forms of advertising in a baseball stadium. First
you have the souvenir shops inside all of the ballparks that sell shirts and hats with the team s logos
and the stadiums name on them. This makes the fans a walking advertisement for the stadium and
team. Food is the next form of advertising in baseball stadiums followed by beverages. These two go
hand in hand with one another because when people buy a hotdog they usually want to wash it down
with an ice cold beer. Hotdogs and beer have almost become a tradition in the fact that when you go to
ballparks those are the top two items fans purchase the most. Lastly you have the vendors walking
around yelling out the name of beer they are selling along with hotdogs and peanuts. For example,
Wrigley Field is known for their Old Style beer so when the vendor is yelling out get your ice cold
Old Style they are advertising for the beer company and giving them good exposure throughout the
game.
Airplanes Airplanes are another way marketers reach a large crowd at one time by using fly by
advertisements. These were more effective and used a lot more before technology began to take over.
Planes are able to pull a large sign behind it with a phrase written in a banner style, which limits what
a marketer can
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Women s Role As Physicians
In Medieval Italy there were some unique characteristics to how medicine and illness were managed
in Medieval Italy. The literature expands on the topics of medical practices and the surprising fact that
women were allowed to practice medicine in a time period like this. The Women of Salerno:
contribution to the Origins of Surgery from Medieval Italy focuses on women s role in medicine and
their contributions to the advancement of the field of medicine in Medieval Italy. Women s role as
physicians On Surgery. For Maria Incarnata, shows that there were varying degrees of professional in
Medieval times. Waley and Dean s text gives a comprehensive look into the roles and lives of doctors
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and Ferraris V. 1997). From the school of Salerno came many rich texts about women surgeons, which
for that time was unheard of their contributions were not limited to: textbooks of anatomy, training for
physicians, the first textbook about women s medicine and the first female medical school faculty
member named Trotula de Ruggiero (Ferraris Z. Ferraris V. 1997). For this school was not something
to be mocked, physicians trained at Salerno gained considerable prestige and notoriety throughout
southern Europe (Ferraris Z. Ferraris V. 1997). The school of Salerno was not only progressive in its
gendering of the profession but also, produced original anatomic texts, huge collections of drug
remedies based largely on well known Arabic pharmacopeia, and one the most preeminent medical
school faculties of its time (Ferraris Z. Ferraris V. 1997).
An example of a specific case of a woman s experience from Salerno comes from the primary source
from Jansen (2009). In the text from the author Jansen, it provides an assortment of newly translated
primary sources from the central and Middle Ages. It provides a rich history illustrating the diverse
culture, architecture, and captures the spirit of these medieval towns. It also allows for an interesting
perspective into the history, religion, literature,
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Problems With Domestic Violence
Domestic violence is very delicate topic when considering its relationship with child development.
Children who are present within a family experiencing domestic violence are likely to experience
problem integrating as they grow up and are probable to be significantly affected as a result of seeing
one of their tutors being aggressed. Many children who see domestic violence happening in their
homes typically believe that they are the reason for differences between their parents. In addition to
this, these individuals are exposed to becoming victims of child abuse and constantly live in a state of
fear.
In order to understand how domestic violence affects children, one needs to gain a more complex
comprehension of the idea of domestic violence. A common definition of domestic violence is any
episode of threatening behavior, aggression or abuse between two grown individuals who are in a
relationship or who are members of the same family, with no regard to their gender or sexuality
(Sterne Poole 3).
While seeing domestic violence happening can be traumatic even for an adult, matters are much more
troubling when considering a child s perspective. Domestic violence is much more common than some
might be inclined to believe and most schools are probable to have children who have seen it happen
at home. For many, home is a stressful, unpredictable place; the family is a source of conflict and
some children live in an almost constant state of fear about the next violent
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Metrics Madness Fall 2013 Review
Metrics Madness Review Fall 2013
1. The local Mastermind store sells innovative educational toys. Part of their service is giving advice
to customers about the best toys for a particular age group, which requires having more customer
service representatives in the store. During the month long Christmas buying season, it makes half of
its $500,000 yearly sales. Its contribution margin on average is 40% and its fixed costs for the year are
about $150,000. The owner believes that she could make even higher sales, if she had more customer
service representatives on the floor during the peak season. She plans on hiring four more people for
200 hours each at $20 per hour. How much additional revenue does she have earn to the nearest dollar
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How much would it cost an employee to purchase the dishwasher during the holiday season to the
nearest dollar?
11. The table below shows the sales revenue (in billion dollars) of Canadian food retailers: Food
Retailer | Sales revenue (billions) | Loblaw | $46 | Sobeys | $21 | Metro | $10 | Costco | $7 | Canadian
Safeway | $6 | Walmart Canada | $5 | Co op s | $3 | Shoppers Drug Mart | $2 | Total | $100 |
What is the Herfindahl index for the Canadian food industry rounded to two decimal points and how is
the food market characterized in Canada in terms of concentration?
12. Straubelstone manufactures specialty barbecues. Dakota, one of Straubelstone products, sells for
$800 each. Straubelstone sold 1200 units of Dakota in 2012. The following table shows all costs
associated with Dakota production:
Description | Cost | Insurance | $960/year | Materials | $261/ barbecue | Overhead | $5,800/month |
Packaging | $24/ barbecue | Rent | $4,000/month | Utilities | $720/month | Wages | $5000/ month |
What is the total annual fixed cost of Dakota production to the nearest dollar?
13. Sunglass Hut purchases a pair of Tiffany sunglasses from a wholesaler for $180 and sells it for
$300. If the wholesaler increases its price by 20%, to the nearest dollar, what should Sunglass Hut
charge in order to maintain the same percent margin?
14. MasterCraft
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Similarities And Mechanistic Theories Within A Pluralistic...
Counterfactuals and mechanistic theories present two distinct, although perhaps not incompatible
causal theories. In this paper, I will outline them, contrast their basic strengths, and finally aim to
argue in favour of a monist mechanistic account, in particular focusing on resolving two general
arguments against mechanistic theory to which the answer is commonly to adopt a pluralistic account.
Let s begin by considering our two causal accounts: First, counterfactuals centre on the notion that
alterations to the cause make a difference to it s effect. In this way, the relationship between the cause,
and the effect can be said to be causal so long as if I change the cause, the effect will be different.
Thus, if I were to throw a ball at a window, and it broke, then I could call the relationship between the
throwing of the ball and the window s breaking to be causal, so long as had I not thrown the ball, a
different effect (in this case, the window not breaking) would have occurred. By contrast, mechanistic
theory focuses on the identifiable linking processes between the cause and effect. Salmon, Dowe,
Machamer and Glennan all present accounts of mechanistic theory, however it is Glennan s approach
which I will focus on, as he has the most success in forming the underlying intuitions into clear
elements. He begins by identifying the component elements deemed necessary for a mechanistic
process, which includes the interaction of a series of parts, acting according to
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Producing sustainable competitive advantage Essay
஽ Academy of Management Executive, 2005, Vol. 19, No. 4
Reprinted from 1995, Vol. 9, No. 1
........................................................................................................................................................................
Producing sustainable competitive advantage through the effective management of people*
Jeffrey Pfeffer
Executive Overview
Achieving competitive success through people involves fundamentally altering how we think about
the workforce and the employment relationship. It means achieving success by working with people,
not by replacing them or limiting the scope of their activities. It entails seeing the workforce as a
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The point here is not to throw out conventional strategic analysis based on industrial economics but
simply to note that the source of competitive advantage has always shifted over time. What these five
successful firms tend to have in common is that for their sustained advantage, they rely not on
technology, patents, or strategic position, but on how they manage their workforce.
The Importance of the Workforce and How
It is Managed
As other sources of competitive success have become less important, what remains as a crucial,
differentiating factor is the organization, its employees, and how they work. Consider, for instance,
Southwest Airlines, whose stock had the best return from 1972 to 1992. It certainly did not achieve
that success from economies of scale. In
1992, Southwest had revenues of $1.31 billion and a mere 2.6% of the U.S. passenger market.4 People
Express, by contrast, achieved $1 billion in revenues after only 3 years of operation, not the almost
20 it took Southwest. Southwest exists not because of regulated or protected markets but in spite of
them. During the first three years of its history, no
Southwest planes were flown. 5 Southwest waged a battle for its very existence with competitors who
sought to keep it from flying at all and, failing that, made sure it did not fly out of the newly
constructed Dallas Fort Worth international airport.
Instead, it was restricted to operating out of the
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The Functions of a Medieval Castle Essay
The building of a castle was a monumental task; it required many laborers and took many years to
complete. When a lord had decided to build a castle, he would hire a Master Builder to design and
build the castle. He would choose a design for the castle. The castle was meant to be the fortress of the
lord so it had to be strong. Castles had many different types of defense to protect the Lord and his
family. The many types of defense that castles had meant that those attacking had to develop ever
more strategic and powerful ways to attack the castle. When the King or Lord had decided to build his
castle, he would hire a Master Builder to design the castle and to hire the laborers for the building of
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It was also protected by wooden Palisades (walls) and a moat (14 15). The wood would eventually rot
and have to be replaced. The wood could also be burned during attacks (16). Later they began to build
castles using stone. These stone castles took many years to complete (13). In the beginning only the
keeps were changed to stone and kept the same square layout (18). Eventually it was found that the
square corners were a weak spot in the design and changed to a rounded profile (Jarrow 29). Later the
wooden walls were changed to stone. The new curtain walls were much larger. They were often
between fifteen and thirty five feet tall, and six to nine feet thick. Though some were built much larger
(19). Third, the castle was also the home of lords, nobles, and kings. This is why castles had to be built
strong enough to with stand days of constant battering, or months of blockade. The strongest part of
the castle was the keep. The lord and his family lived in the keep that was usually on top of a motte
(Jarrow 15). In the keep is where the lord and his family would eat, sleep, and store supplies and
weapons (Jarrow 15). As castles were built stronger with thick stone walls the keep lost its importance
and was often unused. This allowed the lords and their families to have a much roomier living area
that was still well protected from attack (Jarrow 19). Keeps had everything that was needed. They
usually had storage on the lower levels or in the
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The Choices of Nora Helmer
The Choices of Nora Helmer The one thing that every person is granted in life is having the option to
choose. Choosing whether to stand or to sit; to go or to stay; to speak up or to stay quiet and fictional
characters should be no different. In Henrik Ibsen s play, A Doll s House, the protagonist Nora Helmer
is always making decisions that she feels are beneficial. Nora is like a typical housewife: devoted to
her husband, children, and home. Just in the beginning of the play, she is seen coming back home after
a day spent shopping for Christmas presents for her family. The reader grasps that she is a loving
individual, but it also seems as if she is naïve. This all changes as the play continues. Just from how
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Her decision displays how dedicated she is to her family. She wants what is best for her husband and
what was best for him was for he to go to Italy. This choice also shows her strength. She knew that
there was a huge chance that Helmer would be infuriated with her, for women at that time could not
borrow money without their husband consent. Nora was willing to face his rage just to make sure that
he received the help he needed. Nora s unexpected decision to leave Helmer shows the confidence she
has within herself and the strong ability that she posses. This result occurs when Helmer finds out that
Nora had borrowed money from Krogstad to finance the trip to Italy. The two get into an argument,
but it quickly dies down once Helmer receives another letter from Krogstad saying how he will not
blackmail Nora anymore. Helmer tries to console her but at this point it was too late. She explains
how she feels like his trophy by exclaiming, ...But our home s been nothing but a playroom. I ve been
your doll wife, the same way that I was Papa s doll child. And the children have been my dolls. I
thought it was great fun when you played with me, the way they thought it was when I played with
them. That s what our marriage has been, Torvald (Ibsen 935). She realizes that she has been nothing
but a plaything for Torvald. Torvald liked the idea of having someone to love him and do what he says
but not
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Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin
A dynamic character is a major character in a work of fiction that encounters conflict and is changed
by it. In The Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin, the emotional pattern and thought process of Louise
Mallard after she is informed of her husband s death are explored. Over the course of the hour in
which the story takes place Louise has a realization about the constraints she feels in her life and in
her marriage. By delineating Louise as a flat and dynamic character, Chopin is able to convey her
theme that real freedom is found in death. Over the course of the story, all the characters are left as
fairly flat and undeveloped. Louise is simply described as a young woman with a fair, clam face
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With the breath of rain in the air and the tree tops bursting with life (paragraph four), Louise begins
her journey to her conclusion. Even though the visualization of nature, Louise is competent enough to
grasp that her love for Brently could not compare to the possession of self assertion which she
suddenly recognized as the strongest impulse of her being (paragraph fifteen). Soon enough she had
nearly forgotten her departed lover and was drinking in an elixir of life through that open window
(paragraph eighteen). After the inhalation of submission, Louise carried herself unwittingly like a
goddess of Victory (paragraph twenty) down the stairs. In doing so, the once emotionally unstable and
physically ailed woman with white slender hands (paragraph ten) was able to prepare for a life without
discretion or restrictions. The development of Louise only seized due to her preexisting medical
condition claiming her life. However this motivation is what caused Louise to act in the ways she did
and refined the theme. The development of character in The Story of an Hour is left stagnant. Having
a flat main character allows the reader to identify with the story on a level of understanding separate
from that of any round character. Although the reader is inserted into Louise s mind, an entirely
understood background for her is missing. In doing so a void is made in which the reader can
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George Saunders The New Mecca
The New Mecca In the article The New Mecca by author George Saunders, he states that before he
visited Dubai, a country in the United Arab Emirates, he had many misinterpretations about the
country. As he gets there, he discovers that Dubai is safe; also, the city has majorly grown over the
past ten years. Dubai has become a tourist attraction, famous famous for being an extravagant
destination in the Middle East. It is expected that Dubai will have the largest skyscraper in the world
and many revolutionary architecture will expand throughout the country. If Saunders had not visited
Dubai he would still have doubts about the city. He stayed at The Burj Al Arab a luxurious seven star
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to begin with, Saunders says, I can t locate the pedestrian entrance...Anybody who belongs in there
will drive in and valet park. (590) Saunders realizes the type of people this hotel attracts and the type
of people they want staying over. Hotel attracts high class individuals which gives the hotel a good
look. A low class person could not afford a room for $12,000 a night so it is expected for only high
class individuals to arrive. This stays in his conscience because of the social division of people in
Dubai. Next, Saunders notes, Somewhere in India is a guy who d kill to do some stair washing in
Dubai. (591) This quotation shows that people in other countries would appreciate a job even if its a
job no one would like to do. Saunders feels bad for people that have hard jobs but he knows people in
Dubai are making more money there than in their own country. This dwells on his conscience because
he knows this man is fortunate to be working although it is not the best job. Finally, Saunders adds, I
can go home and write about it, making more for writing about it than he ll make in many, many years
of doing it. (591) This quotation indicates Saunders understands the division of income between the
man and him. He knows this man will have hard labor all his life meanwhile Saunders could simply
write a something and make the amount of money it would take him,
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Analysis Of The Book Bastard Out Of Carolina By...
The book, Bastard Out of Carolina by Dorothy Allison, is about relationships between family
members, the social class, white trash , and abuse. In the book, there is a young girl by the name of
Ruth Anne Boatwright, but goes by the name of Bone. Bone s mother had her at the young age of 17
years old. Her whole life, Bone, didn t have a steady father figure. Anney Boatwright, Bone s mother,
married a man and out of that relationship, her sister was born. Soon after Anney married him, he died
in a tragic car accident. The next man she married was Glen Waddell. This is when the problems
came. Glen Waddell had some issues of his own and throughout the book, he took it out on Bone. At
this point, Bone and Daddy Glen s relationship throughout the book took a turn and their relationship
consisted of physical, sexual, and emotional abuse. In the book, Daddy Glen would physically abuse
Bone for nothing. Bone never did anything wrong to him to deserve what he did to her. Bone and
Daddy Glen never got along from the beginning. Daddy Glen s reputation for a hot temper made
people very careful how they talked to him (Bastard Out of Carolina 55). Glen had a temper and when
he got mad, he would take it out on Bone. Daddy Glen looked at me standing there. I know how much
your mamma loves you, he said, putting his hand on my arm, squeezing tight. When he let me go,
there was a bruise, and Mama saw it right away. Glen, you don t know your own strength! No. He was
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Working Conditions In The 1800s
During the industrial revolution in Britain, the usage of child labourers dramatically increased as it
became a cheap and easy form of labour. This lead to the continued abuse of many children in textile
factories. In 1833, the Factory Act of 1833 was put forth which dictated that no children under the age
of nine would work. Children ages nine to thirteen wouldn t work more than nine hours a day and
children ages thirteen to eighteen wouldn t work more than twelve hours a day. In addition it
introduced the circulation of four factory inspectors who were to enforce the new legislation. They
were to certify whether children had received their compulsory education of two hours each day and
report conditions to the government. This act brought forth attention and sparked debates from the
public which made stronger note of the working conditions for children.
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for the strong dislike to the Act, which existed among a large number of the most respectable mill
owners, has greatly subsided . Most factory owners have complied with the Factory Act and shown
understanding that the legislation was necessary. The statement shows that a major change was
invoked by the Factory Act in the textile industry. In addition the diligence of factory inspectors were
effective and a permanent advancement in industrial governing. The Act introduced a mandated form
of regulation and records of the conditions in factories and their workers. Following the Act, the
governance of factories is evident through the general increase in convictions and decrease of
offenders (see Table 1 in the Appendix). This demonstrates a boost in regulating offenders but also a
drop in owners committing the offense. Due to this we can infer that the Factory Act had improved the
regulation and decline of children
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The Information You Need If You Want to Be a News Anchor
Introduction
For a person who wants to be an anchor of a news station like me, you think you can talk about
everything and anything pertaining to the news, this is incorrect. Every show has regulations set by the
Government. This goes for television, radio, newspaper, magazines and even for the internet. If any
sort of media fails to abide by these rules, it is easy for the company to be sued or the network to
become canceled. If you are part of the television crowd and want to go into this career cluster, this
information would be very helpful to know.
Cross Ownership
If you are interested in owning a broadcasting company, you may, however, you would not be allowed
to also own a newspaper company at the same time. This is because the Federal Communications
Commission A.K.A the FCC will not allow cross ownership. According to Common Cause (n.d.), the
Federal Communications Commission describes cross ownership as a single owner depriv(ing) a
community of important, diverse source(s) of news, information, and opinion. This goes to show that
if one company were to own both newspaper companies and news stations in one area, then most of its
information could be assumed as being biased and one sided. This is called the cross ownership ban.
Along with broadcast and newspaper cross ownership, there is also radio and television cross
ownership. This pertains to the number of television and radio stations a company can own in one
community. However, the rules on this ban
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The Vast Culture Of Scotland
Scotland has always been seen as one the main European countries and a major part of the United
Kingdom. Scotland was an independent country up until the year 1701 when the Act of the Union was
signed forming the United Kingdom. The original countries in the United Kingdom include England,
Wales, Northern Ireland, and Scotland. Scotland is also well known as the home of golf. Golf can be
traced back to Scotland all the way back in 1457. In this report we will talk about the vast culture of
Scotland and how they compare to us, the economy of Scotland and how they make a living as a
country and as citizens, and also about their government and how they are similar to us and differ
from us.
CULTURE
In Scotland, there are so many different religions that people practice. The largest of all the religions is
Christianity. The majority of the population in Scotland practice Christianity. In Scotland, Christmas
and Easter are celebrated regularly. The second largest religion in Scotland, behind Christianity is
Islam. Islam is practiced in Mosques or in Islamic Centres in all major cities and in major towns. The
third largest religion in Scotland is Sikhism (Religions in Scotland). Sikhism is a religion that was
founded over 500 years ago. It now has over 20 million people worldwide that practice this religion.
This religion preaches that you should remember God at all times and it also says that all men and
women are equal (Sikhism Religion of the Sikh People).
Next I
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Summary Of He Show Us The Way By Cesar Chavez
In He Showed Us The Way , Cesar Chavez uses a rhetorical question, metaphor, and an allusion to
explain and persuade to the readers that non violent resistance is the best way to gain support and to be
heard. Chavez uses one of his rhetorical questions in paragraph 13, that states, Who gets killed in the
case of violent revolution? Then he goes on to make a great point that poor people Workers are
affected by the violence. This helps him convince the reader by telling how people are being hurt by
the violent structures of others making the reader feel like it s wrong to have violent resistance, which
is leaning the reader more towards an agreement with the writer. To increase the reader s
understanding Chavez also shows how well
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Dreamers Dream On Essay
Let the Dreamers Dream On How would you feel if someone promised you something, but then
changed their mind? If you were told you were safe, but the rug was pulled out from under you? Over
a half million teenagers and young adults who illegally immigrated to the United States as minors
were recently confronted with this reality. DACA, an act passed during Obama s term that protected
them from deportation, was rescinded by the Trump administration on September 5, 2017. After these
people, known as Dreamers, had begun to come out of hiding to legally obtain jobs, attend college,
and live without fear of deportation, this rescission suddenly suspended their dreams. Now their future
is in the hands of Congress. Although many people would like to eject this group, statistics are in
favor of their continuing residence. The Dreamers comprise a diverse and valuable group that deserves
to stay in the United States. They are not a threat to the United States, nor a financial burden. ... Show
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Understandably, negative views towards this group may result. However, DACA recipients don t meet
this stereotype. According to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, if an applicant has been
convicted of a felony, a significant misdemeanor, three or more misdemeanors, or is deemed a threat
to national security, they will not be considered for DACA status. Even after receiving DACA status,
the criminal rates are lower. According to the Cato Institute, Dreamers had an incarceration rate of .98
percent in contrast to a native rate of 1.12 percent. As the statistics show, they are no more dangerous
than the average person. This group of people has often been misrepresented and judged as dangerous
and untrustworthy, but this is a clear
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  • 2. Analysis Of Hey There Delilah Confessing Love Through Song The purpose of this paper is to analyze the song Hey There Delilah by the Plain White T s. This paper will identify the message and tone of the song, as well as the artist s appeal to the audience by analyzing the organization of the song, and the specific rhetorical strategies the artist used to connect to the audience. The song s organization, style, figurative language, and hyperboles in the lyrics will also be analyzed to connect the artist s intention back to the audience. In this song, the artist s main point and thesis, is that he is head over heels in love with a girl named Delilah. He wants to tell the world, and Delilah herself, how much he loves her, and how their love conquers the distance between them. This song was released in May 2006 in the United states, with the intended audience being people ranging in age from middle school age to college age. He chose this range in age to connect to a broad amount of people, with the general assumption that they would be familiar with what love is, or have experienced it themselves. The artist wants the audience to feel his substantial affection for Delilah, and how it is unchanging even though they are separated by distance. He appeals to the audience s emotions of admiration, compassion, and longing for another person. The artist does this by singing about his extensive love for Delilah, which may lead people to think of someone they themselves care deeply about, or an example of love in their life. The artist chooses an upbeat and happy tempo that repeats throughout the song. He chooses this repeating tempo to draw the listener s attention to the lyrics of the song. The slow, yet happy tempo paired with the artists bright and cheery voice creates a sense of ease and happiness within the song itself, and the audience. In this song, for the majority of the time the artist is confessing and explaining his love for Delilah to the world, and Delilah herself. He does this by telling the audience exactly what he is thinking, however, he does use imagery on occasion to accentuate his point. For example, the artist uses the simile Times Square can t shine as bright as you, to compare Delilah s radiance to the lights of New ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Short Term Goals For College A short term goal I ve set for myself is getting accepted into my first choice college: Colorado University of Boulder. During my junior year, I was following my cousin around to colleges that she was interested in. I went along with her to visit Colorado University of Boulder and from that moment on I knew that I wanted to go there. I can finally say that I got accepted and couldn t be happier to check off one of my goals on my list. Nonetheless, I ve worked strenuously in school to maintain an average GPA of 3.76, plus taking rigorous courses, which accumulates to a GPA of 3.92. I retook my ACT a couple of times in hopes to receive a 28 or higher for scholarships from Boulder and other places. I am currently trying to accomplish that goal by ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I know I have more potential than that. I know I can be a doctor, if I set my heart on it and worked day and night for something that seems impossible to accomplish; that is my long term goal, to graduate from college and medical school and be on my way to my career. However, the major obstacle that is keeping me from accomplishing that goal is financial problems. Although, I believe I am someone who can maximize the use of this scholarship to accomplish my dreams and goals. I want to be someone who has a purpose in society, to help and contribute to the community. I want to give back to my mother, who works arduously to provide an education for me. I want to serve my community and to help them have the same chances that I have, or even better. If I had the option to be a millionaire or to have enough money, I would choose to have enough money so that I can pay for college to work for something I would be proud of. At the moment, my goals seem to be a figure of my imagination because it s not like the sky is raining money. Nevertheless, that s not going to stop me from applying for more scholarships, and working earnestly for what I deserve and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Discussion Of The Social Problem Healthcare Delivery Discussion of the Social Problem Healthcare Delivery in Ontario: A. Briefly discuss and define the social problem. Be sure to cite where you got the definition using APA style. (3marks) Health care delivery refers to the manner in which medical services are organized, managed and provided, centered by the professionals who provide medical services to the Canadians. A good health care delivery is to be able to provide and satisfied the patient with quality service in a timely manner. In Canada, both the public and private sectors are participating in health care delivery which makes it a mix public private system where the private sector delivers health care services and the public sector is responsible for financing those services. (J. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... (J. Makarenko, 2010) All 12 provinces in Canada are guided by the provisions of the Canada Health Act. The provinces and territories fund theses services with assistance from the federal government in the form of fiscal transfers.) The provinces and territories each self will provide supplementary health benefits that are not covered by the Act. (Health Canada, 2014) B. Why is it a social problem? In other words, what makes it a social problem? (3 marks) Social Problem definition: A condition that at least some people in a community view as being not wanted. Health Care delivery is a social problem in Ontario for many reasons such as Emergency Room wait times, shortage of health care professionals, and care of seniors. On top of this, according to an article from August 2012 by the Toronto Star Ontario hospitals have the fewest hospital beds per person as they get the least public funding. Yet out of pocket health care costs are the highest in the country. (Monsebraaten Star, 2012) C. What is the origin/history of the social problem? Here you may want to look at origin and trend, if applicable. (5 marks) The origin of Health Care in Canada goes all the way back to 1914 when Canada was a colony of in the British Empire. In 1917, Robert Borden along with his Conservative government introduced military conscription but this policy became an ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Hip Hop Is Widely Known As A Genre Of Music That Started Hip hop is widely known as a genre of music that started in a New York City borough called the Bronx in the late 1970s, but it is more than just the music. Hip hop is a culture that consists of being a disc jockey which is also known as deejaying or turntabling, breakdancing, MCing or rhyming rapping , graffiti, and fashion. Each of these items are key elements in creating hip hop and these key items are part of the hip hop culture. Deejaying was an important factor contributing to hip hop culture since it sort of gave birth to hip hop. For instance, breaking dancing became huge for early hip hop since DJs played music that was perfect for breakdancers. DJs also looked for rappers or MCs to partner up with their music to give it more ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... To become a DJ when hip hop was blossoming one would require to have two turntables, a DJ mixer and a wide collection of disco records. Not only that, one would also require some kind of speaker system to play the music out loud. The concept of DJing is to take two different or the same records and find their break down part and play that over and over to create a beat. The break down part is the part in the song where it is mostly beat focused and the people can really start dancing to the music. This was discovered by a DJ known as DJ Kool Herc. According to an article titled The History of DJing the author states, Campbell noticed something peculiar: the dancers grew ecstatic during certain parts of the records the breaks (Adaso). Clive Campbell better known as DJ Kool Herc saw that the dancers only came out to dance during those parts of the song. So since DJ Kool Herc was already a DJ he decided to switch it up and play mostly the breaks. And people enjoyed that, so now at most of the parties, people were dancing most of the time. Furthermore, most of the time the dancing at these parties wasn t just regular disco dancing they were breakdancing. Which relates to what I mentioned before, it means dancing to the break part of the song. There are two other terms that also refer to breakdancing which are B boying and breaking. Most often people would break dance to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Electrical Remodeling Electrical Repair Huntsville, AL Remodeling an Older Home Older homes often offer unique features worth retaining, such as high end fireplace surrounds, original woodwork, detailed door and window casings, hardwood flooring and other features. Unfortunately, the electrical system is likely to be one of the safety hazards you should replace. Even when the condition of the electrical system is fair, it is highly likely to be insufficient for the electrical load of modern needs. Mister Sparky electricians can provide the electrical repair in Huntsville, AL your older home may require, and the peace of mind you need. Safety One of the primary concerns of an older home s electrical system is safety. In the absence of a recent electrical upgrade, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Why Circuit Breakers Trip in Older Homes The electrical circuits in older homes were not designed to provide electricity for the needs of modern homes. The signs of inadequacy in older homes is probably all around you. Multiple extension cords and power strips connected to a single outlet are a major sign your home needs an electrical upgrade. Overloading wiring, and especially outdated wiring, is a fire waiting to happen as the wire overheats. Mister Sparky electricians in Huntsville, AL can provide your older home with modern, safe wiring and electrical repair in Huntsville, AL you can count on . Frequently tripped circuit breakers, breakers with signs of overheating, non functioning outlets and outlet covers with char on them are additional clues of inadequate wiring and outlets. Switches and outlets that are warm or even hot to touch, flickering lights, and frequently blown light bulbs are further clues the electrical system is in dire need of updating before disaster strikes. Mister Sparky electricians in Huntsville, AL can resolve your electrical issues with electrical repair in Huntsville, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Who Is Hatshepsut Be King In my point of view, I feel that Hatshepsut made the right decision of crowning herself king. There were many reasons why I support this idea. One reason was because Hatshepsut husband Thutmose ||| had died and the person who was supposed to be king was Hatshepsut s son who was a bit too young to be a king of a country. Also, since her son was too young Hatshepsut had made herself qualified and worthy of being the king of a country. In the text it said that since Hatshepsut s husband had died too early it was traditional to have her son become the next pharaoh. But the problem was that he was too young to become the next pharaoh of Egypt. The text states Unfortunately, after a short reign of three years, Thutmose ll died, and his son by ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Gun Control vs. Crime Rate Jessica Vickers Dr. Jonne Akens Engl 1302 25 February 2013 Gun Control vs. Crime Rate According to the Second Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America, A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed. In this very amendment lies the main issue of gun control. To many, the language of the amendment appears to grant to the people the absolute right to bear arms. However, the U.S. Supreme Court has held that the amendment merely protects the right of states to form a state militia. (Kimberlin) Gun control, or the controlling of firearms, is any act or proposal by any local, state, or federal agency to inhibit, deter, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The gunman then ran and took his own life (Benner, 2012). The latter side of the debate shows how civilians are capable of stopping a crime before the police are able to arrive. Some even claim that more guns will help to control the crime and prevent mass shootings from occurring. (Wicked) After being subjected to so much information, how is the reader to know which side is right? According to Wicked, This can be a difficult question to answer and requires detailed analysis to come to an informed decision. Studies that have been done on the issue of gun control have found many things that gun control affects and many things that it does not affect. One key item that studies have found is that gun control laws affect the use of specific guns in violent crimes, but do not affect the rate of crime itself. The controlling of firearms by either banning the sale, transfer, importation, or manufacture of, as well as controlling the amount of ammunition available and the storage of that ammunition, is irrelevant to the reduction of violent crime. When debating the effect that a particular law, or ban of item, has on the rate of violent crime, it is beneficial to look back at the effect that laws and bans similar to these have had on the crime rate throughout history. The 1994 Assault Weapons ban which Dianne Feinstein proposed and that of which Congress passed would be a prime example. This ban specifically selected fire arms ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Tension Between Mental Health And Social Care There is significant tension between care and control in current legislation and guidance in mental health and social care. Politicians face severe pressure from the media, service users and their families, the public and advocacy groups on these topics. Professionals involved in social care have a duty of care towards people with mental ill health. However, there is also a duty of care towards members of the public and family members of people with mental illnesses. Some people with mental illness can display aggressive behaviour, injuring themselves or others. There have been some high profile cases where people with mental illnesses have committed murders or assaults. This has created tension between the policies of increasing the availability ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Ali And The Decline Of The Ottoman Empire Following the death of Suleyman I in 1566, the Ottoman empire began a period of decline led by a succession of poor sultans. The palace government broke up into numerous, corrupt factions, and problems with theft led to financial losses. While coinage was losing value and causing inflation, the once advanced empire fell behind technologically. Selim III came to power in 1789 with hopes of reviving the Ottoman army, but fell short when the older janissary troops resisted and overthrew him. At the same time, nationalist feelings, inspired by the now free Greece and self ruled Serbia, were stirring among the Ottoman people. As Europeans were expanding their territory through 20th and 21st century imperialism, these weaknesses of the Ottomans became ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Russia hoped to gain access to the Persian Gulf and the Indian Ocean, and twice Persia was forced to give up territories to Russia. Britain hoped to gain control of Afghanistan in order to use it as a buffer between India and Russia. In 1857, despite resistance, Persia was forced to give up all claims to Afghanistan. Persia as a nation lacked the funds to develop its abundant resources. In order to raise capital and increase their economic standing, the Persian rulers began granting concessions, which allowed businesses to purchase the right to operate in a certain place or to develop a certain product, to Western businesses. The willingness of the leaders to sell concessions and the refusal of the people to allow Western influence in their countries created tensions. In one such instance, Jamal al Din al Afghani staged a tobacco boycott to protest Nasir al Din s selling of a concession to a British company to export Persian tobacco. The boycott was effective, and leaders were forced to cancel the concession. However, growing unrest as a result created proved uncontrollable. In 1907, Russian and Britain had taken over the country and divided it into their own spheres of influence. The economic control exercised over Persia thereafter is similar to the economic imperialism that many European imperialists utilized in Muslim ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. History Of Halloween Essay The History of Halloween Dressing up in costumes, trick or treating and carving pumpkins into funny faces. These traditions are part of Halloween, a holiday known for fun, games and of course candy. At least in this day and age, the excitement that the public feels for this undocumented holiday isn t the same as it was 2,000 years ago. For the story of Halloween dates back thousands of years to a festival called Samhain (pronounced sow in). A group of people known as the Celts celebrated it to mark the end of the harvest season. They lived where Ireland, Scotland, and Wales are today. Samhain began on November 1, but the celebrations began the night before, on October 31. Families would gather for big ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... How it got its name is another story entirely the church gave Halloween its name when it changed the celebration of the Roman Festival of the Dead from February to November 1 a Church holiday known as All Saint s Day. Another way to say All Saint s was All Hallows because the term hallows means holy people. The evening before the holiday, October 31 became known as All Hallows Eve, and the church service performed on that evening was called All Hallow e en. The reason being, think along the lines of when people go to church on Christmas eve, Halloween was once seen, much like Christmas was and still is seen as a holy holiday. As for the history of trick or treating, or guising (from disguising ), it began in the Middle Ages, children and sometimes poor adults would dress up in costumes popular ones being ghosts and ghouls to scare evil spirits away, would go around door to door during Halloween begging for food or money in exchange for songs and prayers often said on behalf of the dead. This was called souling and the children were called soulers , again think Christmas and carols. But this year s Halloween have its own new rules and traditions and as each generation cover their house in fake spiders and plaster zombies ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Margaret Atwood s Theory Of Feminism Feminism is a movement aimed at defining,establishing, and defending equal political, economic, andsocial right and equal opportunities for women. Feminism is mainly focused on women s issues, behaviorand belief of a feminist. It is a philosophy in which women and their contribution are valued. Feminists view the world as being unequal.They want to see the gender gap and the idea that men are superior to women decreased or even abolished. Different types of feminist theory add to this interesting study and each has had a profound impact on women and gender studies.The study of feminism could be split into three parts as Cultural Feminism, Individual Feminism and Liberal Feminism. The Edible Woman (1969) is Atwood s maiden attempt at fiction ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Atwood in an interview says: It s a human activity that has all kinds of symbolic connotations depending on the society and the level of society. In other words ,what you eat varies from place to place, how we feel about what we eat varies from place to place, how we feel about what we eat varies from individual as well as from place to place. If you think of food as coming in various categories: sacred food, ceremonial food, everyday food and things that are not to be eaten ,forbidden food, dirty food, if you like for the anorexic ,all food is dirty food. (Lyons 228) Atwood suggests that in conventional society, women are edible. They are swallowed up by their male counterparts. Marian is aware of this fact and decides that if she must be eaten, then she will take control of her own life and eat herself. Eating disorders in Atwood s works are therefore employed as symbols of women s bodies responses to social pressure. Even before Marian returns to first person selfhood, she sees that there might be a way out, that becoming trapped by a repressive or unsatisfying role need not be the end of the matter. Atwood is urging women to assert their right to eat and re inhabit their own ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Why Do Motor Vehicle Owners Need Car Insurance Motor vehicle owners need car insurance or motorcycle insurance to protect their assets and indemnify them against liability should they be found at fault in an automobile collision. Ridgway Associates, one of the premier insurance companies in Hudson, OH, explains below what kind of car insurance is available, who needs coverage, and what that coverage entails. Since 1946, this independent agency has been helping Summit County customers devise custom solutions and create tailor made, affordable, car insurance policies. Who Needs Coverage? In Ohio, the state s Financial Responsibility law requires all drivers to meet a certain minimum level of liability coverage before operating a vehicle. You must show proof of financial responsibility ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This means the insurer will pay up to $25,000 in medical costs per victim, up to $50,000 in medical costs per accident, and up to $25,000 in repairs or replacement costs for property damage per incident. Failure to comply may result in loss of driving privileges, vehicle registration suspension, hefty reinstatement fees, and submission of an SR 22 bond before reinstatement is allowed. What Other Coverage Is Available? Some of the most important other coverage types available include Personal Injury Protection (pays some or all medical costs); Collision Coverage (covers costs to repair/replace your vehicle after collision); and Comprehensive Coverage (covers theft and non collision damage such as fire, hail, and vandalism). Other types of car insurance reimburse you for towing charges and rental car costs. Ridgway Associates, one of the most trusted and reliable insurance companies in Hudson, OH, can help you design a car insurance or motorcycle insurance policy that meets your needs and fits your budget. Visit them online, or call (330) 650 1560 to speak to a friendly, knowledgeable insurance ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. The Theories Of The Social Contract Theory It is apposite at this juncture to define what social contract connotes. Social contract is the voluntary agreement among individuals by which, according to any of various theories, as of Hobbes, Locke, or Rousseau, organized society is brought into being and invested with the right to secure mutual protection and welfare or to regulate the relations among its members. The social contract theory or model was originated during the age of enlightment. Social contract arguments typically posit that individuals have consented, either explicitly or tacitly to surrender some of their freedoms and submit to the authority of the ruler or magistrate (or to the decision of a majority), in exchange for protection of their remaining rights. Despite ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They too did not want chaos. But a careful reasoning will bring to fore that these rights preceded the state and therefore they were not gifts of the state. The coercive power of the state became secondary to the reliance on individual virtue, that is, order would result from individuals pursuing their self interests while remaining mindful of their social contract obligations. These ideas produced the great liberal traditions that led to the sovereignty of the people and liberal democracy, a universal claim for genuine autonomy of the individual in a democratic society. Thomas Hobbes believed that politics should be based on the desire of power and the fear of death. He advocated for the creation of a powerful state, what he called a Leviathan . ( A government to protect the people from one another to keep them in awe ) In the Social Contract Hobbes said that men should give up rights to an authority to act for them, on their behalf. He said that sovereign authority had to be absolute to overcome fear of death in nature. With this said, it basically meant that the governments only reason for existing was for the safety of the people. He also believed that no person was subject to any power above them, so there was no certain power to protect any one power from ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Standardized Testing In America Standardized Testing: Declining the Education in America. Every year, millions of students take long standardized tests, but do they improve the education of American students? In 2000, the US ranked 18th in mathematics worldwide. By 2012, the US dropped to 27th, with similar results in the remaining subjects. After passing the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, the lives of thousands were academically changed. NCLB s Mission Statement reads: Our mission is to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access. Standardized testing is declining the education in America by placing financial burdens on schools, as well as reprioritizing school choices, unnecessary ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They cram their brains then forget it all after the test. School systems have become accustomed to the Drill n Kill method. A University of Maryland study from 2007 found many teacher felt they needed to teach to the test . NCLB instilled this practice due to the decreased amount of time available for teaching and the increased amount of higher order thinking involved in each test. As Benjamin Franklin wisely stated, Tell me and I forget, teach me and I remember, involve me and I learn. If teachers are being told to repeat information students may remember some of it, but will most defiantly have more success being taught in an environment conducive to long term memory. This may be possible for some counties, but the tests have constantly increased the material and rigor each year leaving no time but for repetition from student to teacher. Some students have even found they don t even get the correct answers from the test and never fully learn the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Ray Robinson s Being Sugar Ray Sugar Ray Robinson was America s greatest boxer, and one of the first celebrity athletes. The book Being Sugar Ray by Kenneth Shropshire is a fantastic book for sport fans and especially fans of boxing. If you are not into sports, much less boxing, then this book may be hard to get into and may drag on throughout. This book is a biography about Sugar Ray. It explains his life from beginning to end. I loved Being Sugar Ray and think it is an absolute great book because of it being motivational and inspiring throughout. He traveled all over the world. A few of the places he fought at was Brazil, Italy, France, China, and many more. I liked this aspect of the book because I find geography very interesting and the author described the places ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... When he was young, many people tried to stop him from boxing, but Robinson did not listen to them. When Robinson started fighting top tier boxers, many people started doubting him and thought he wouldn t make it. He overcame this and fought to the top. I loved it because it was an inspirational story. It explained how he grew up from living in poverty in Detroit, to making millions and being known from all over the world. In the book Shropshire said, Robinson dreamed of being a champ, but most black men of the day were simply striving to make life better (Shropshire 24). This shows how he was discriminated against for being an African American and couldn t get the privileges he wanted. Despite the racial discrimination against him, he set out to follow his dreams. He was introduced to boxing when he was 7 years old, and he started boxing by 1936 when he was 15. By the time he was 19, he had a professional record. He retired in 1952, only to come back three years later and regain his title. By the time he died from diabetes, he had a record of 128 1 2. He had the best record of anyone in the league. Sugar Ray Robinson was the best boxer in history. Robinson won the Golden Glove Award in 1939 and 1940 and also won the world middleweight title 5 times, all within 7 years. He didn t just box, he also did volunteer work at his hometown, helping at dinners, restaurants, and schools. Robinson had a big impact on the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Epileptic Seizure Research Paper 2. Scalp EEG and Epileptic Seizures How eeg works and data is created EEG measures the electrical activity of the brain by placing multiple electrodes on the scalp. All the electrodes work instantaneously and produce data in the form of multi channel time series in real time. These sensors can pick up about thousand data points every second. The electrical activity produced by a brain neuron is too small to be recorded by EEG [11]. An EEG electrode records from a combination of many concentrated neurons. Each EEG channel is calculated by taking the difference between recordings of two electrodes. How a Seizure looks like Whenever a seizure occurs, it forms a rhythmic activity. A typical EEG with seizure is given in Figure 1 Figure ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Stereotypes Of African Americans Stereotypes. Labels. Many have experienced being labeled, while practically all of us have labeled others in the past. Whether it be a person we ve never met, a person we saw for the first time, or even a friend, labels along with their accompanying stereotypes are frequently placed upon various types of people. However, stereotypes are never random; there seems to be some sort of perceived knowledge about the nature of a person when the stereotype is formulated. A stereotype is oftentimes used to categorize a group of people who are practically forced to act likewise in order to fit in. Throughout history, many scholars and writers have lashed out against the use of different stereotypes, Caryl Churchill and Khushwant Singh being two of them. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... From a very young age, fathers often tend to train their sons to grow up to be proper men, as Clive reveals, My son is young. I m doing all I can/ to teach him to grow up to be a man (Act 1, Scene 1). Edward, in turn, strives to make his father proud, but is not capable. He says, What my father wants I d dearly like to be. / I find it rather hard as you can see (Act 1, Scene 1). Clive s son is portrayed as a girl; after all, he loves playing with his sister s doll. He takes care of the doll as if it were his; however, he is beaten by his mother, nanny, and father as a result. Playing with dolls was seen as a girl s activity, and that was definitely not seen as proper behavior for a boy. Additionally, he engages in a few sexual encounters with Harry which reveals his gay sexual inclinations. Such relationships and activities were looked down upon in disgust, even worse they were prohibited! Churchill had a girl play Edward to expose his true nature. Being a gay at that time and place, was not an option because of all the stereotypical aspects attached to it. One could only imagine the deep sorrow Edward had to go through to fulfill the stereotypical expectations of a man, when he truly felt like the girl playing his character. Similarly, Ellen also dealt with the hardships of stereotypes rising from sexuality. When she reveals how she truly felt towards Betty, I just want to be alone ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. What Is Swot Analysis Of Airasia AirAsia was originally launched to compete with Malaysian Airline by offering low priced air travels. It was, however, unable to liberalize the market to beat its rival and win and maintain its own niche. In 2001, Fernades bought AirAsia and hired experts in low cost airline business to restructure the business model in use at AirAsia airline. This was the turning point for AirAsia. AirAsia is currently the second largest Airline in Malaysia and offers low cost airfares. This is in consistence with their mission of providing affordable airfares and their vision that claims that everyone can now fly. The aspect of market liberalization impacts heavily on Airasia airline as it operates not only in Malaysia but also in other Asia Pacific countries. This has made AirAsia rise fast towards being a successful and budget friendly airline in the region earning a title like the domestic airline of choice in Malaysia (Man Justine 2011). This paper tries to perform ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The failure of bilateral agreements within the Asia Pacific regions negatively impacts on low cost carriers of that region leading to their underdevelopment (Hooper, Duangphastra University of Sydney. 1998). In addition, landing charges imposed on AirAsia and other low cost airlines negatively affect their growth within the region. Conversely, liberalization within Southeast Asia has greatly helped in eliminating air transport charges thus giving AirAsia and other airlines the reason to operate beyond ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Advertising in Baseball Stadiums Introduction Baseball is considered to be America s favorite pastime and has become popular all over the world. This sport is watched by millions of people every time there is a game played. People will go to the stadiums to watch and a lot of fans will watch the game on television. Since there are so many people watching these games, advertising has become more and more apart of every baseball stadium due to the amount of exposure a company can receive by using the many types of ads found in a baseball stadium. The stadiums use billboards, fences, green screens, merchandise, airplanes, names of stadiums, and scoreboards as all different ways to advertise a company s product. Billboards Billboards play a huge role at ballparks because ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Merchandise Merchandise is probably one of the most common forms of advertising in a baseball stadium. First you have the souvenir shops inside all of the ballparks that sell shirts and hats with the team s logos and the stadiums name on them. This makes the fans a walking advertisement for the stadium and team. Food is the next form of advertising in baseball stadiums followed by beverages. These two go hand in hand with one another because when people buy a hotdog they usually want to wash it down with an ice cold beer. Hotdogs and beer have almost become a tradition in the fact that when you go to ballparks those are the top two items fans purchase the most. Lastly you have the vendors walking around yelling out the name of beer they are selling along with hotdogs and peanuts. For example, Wrigley Field is known for their Old Style beer so when the vendor is yelling out get your ice cold Old Style they are advertising for the beer company and giving them good exposure throughout the game. Airplanes Airplanes are another way marketers reach a large crowd at one time by using fly by advertisements. These were more effective and used a lot more before technology began to take over. Planes are able to pull a large sign behind it with a phrase written in a banner style, which limits what a marketer can ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Women s Role As Physicians In Medieval Italy there were some unique characteristics to how medicine and illness were managed in Medieval Italy. The literature expands on the topics of medical practices and the surprising fact that women were allowed to practice medicine in a time period like this. The Women of Salerno: contribution to the Origins of Surgery from Medieval Italy focuses on women s role in medicine and their contributions to the advancement of the field of medicine in Medieval Italy. Women s role as physicians On Surgery. For Maria Incarnata, shows that there were varying degrees of professional in Medieval times. Waley and Dean s text gives a comprehensive look into the roles and lives of doctors and medical professionals at that time. Showing ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... and Ferraris V. 1997). From the school of Salerno came many rich texts about women surgeons, which for that time was unheard of their contributions were not limited to: textbooks of anatomy, training for physicians, the first textbook about women s medicine and the first female medical school faculty member named Trotula de Ruggiero (Ferraris Z. Ferraris V. 1997). For this school was not something to be mocked, physicians trained at Salerno gained considerable prestige and notoriety throughout southern Europe (Ferraris Z. Ferraris V. 1997). The school of Salerno was not only progressive in its gendering of the profession but also, produced original anatomic texts, huge collections of drug remedies based largely on well known Arabic pharmacopeia, and one the most preeminent medical school faculties of its time (Ferraris Z. Ferraris V. 1997). An example of a specific case of a woman s experience from Salerno comes from the primary source from Jansen (2009). In the text from the author Jansen, it provides an assortment of newly translated primary sources from the central and Middle Ages. It provides a rich history illustrating the diverse culture, architecture, and captures the spirit of these medieval towns. It also allows for an interesting perspective into the history, religion, literature, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Problems With Domestic Violence Domestic violence is very delicate topic when considering its relationship with child development. Children who are present within a family experiencing domestic violence are likely to experience problem integrating as they grow up and are probable to be significantly affected as a result of seeing one of their tutors being aggressed. Many children who see domestic violence happening in their homes typically believe that they are the reason for differences between their parents. In addition to this, these individuals are exposed to becoming victims of child abuse and constantly live in a state of fear. In order to understand how domestic violence affects children, one needs to gain a more complex comprehension of the idea of domestic violence. A common definition of domestic violence is any episode of threatening behavior, aggression or abuse between two grown individuals who are in a relationship or who are members of the same family, with no regard to their gender or sexuality (Sterne Poole 3). While seeing domestic violence happening can be traumatic even for an adult, matters are much more troubling when considering a child s perspective. Domestic violence is much more common than some might be inclined to believe and most schools are probable to have children who have seen it happen at home. For many, home is a stressful, unpredictable place; the family is a source of conflict and some children live in an almost constant state of fear about the next violent ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Metrics Madness Fall 2013 Review Metrics Madness Review Fall 2013 1. The local Mastermind store sells innovative educational toys. Part of their service is giving advice to customers about the best toys for a particular age group, which requires having more customer service representatives in the store. During the month long Christmas buying season, it makes half of its $500,000 yearly sales. Its contribution margin on average is 40% and its fixed costs for the year are about $150,000. The owner believes that she could make even higher sales, if she had more customer service representatives on the floor during the peak season. She plans on hiring four more people for 200 hours each at $20 per hour. How much additional revenue does she have earn to the nearest dollar ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... How much would it cost an employee to purchase the dishwasher during the holiday season to the nearest dollar? 11. The table below shows the sales revenue (in billion dollars) of Canadian food retailers: Food Retailer | Sales revenue (billions) | Loblaw | $46 | Sobeys | $21 | Metro | $10 | Costco | $7 | Canadian Safeway | $6 | Walmart Canada | $5 | Co op s | $3 | Shoppers Drug Mart | $2 | Total | $100 | What is the Herfindahl index for the Canadian food industry rounded to two decimal points and how is the food market characterized in Canada in terms of concentration? 12. Straubelstone manufactures specialty barbecues. Dakota, one of Straubelstone products, sells for $800 each. Straubelstone sold 1200 units of Dakota in 2012. The following table shows all costs associated with Dakota production: Description | Cost | Insurance | $960/year | Materials | $261/ barbecue | Overhead | $5,800/month | Packaging | $24/ barbecue | Rent | $4,000/month | Utilities | $720/month | Wages | $5000/ month | What is the total annual fixed cost of Dakota production to the nearest dollar? 13. Sunglass Hut purchases a pair of Tiffany sunglasses from a wholesaler for $180 and sells it for $300. If the wholesaler increases its price by 20%, to the nearest dollar, what should Sunglass Hut charge in order to maintain the same percent margin? 14. MasterCraft ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Similarities And Mechanistic Theories Within A Pluralistic... Counterfactuals and mechanistic theories present two distinct, although perhaps not incompatible causal theories. In this paper, I will outline them, contrast their basic strengths, and finally aim to argue in favour of a monist mechanistic account, in particular focusing on resolving two general arguments against mechanistic theory to which the answer is commonly to adopt a pluralistic account. Let s begin by considering our two causal accounts: First, counterfactuals centre on the notion that alterations to the cause make a difference to it s effect. In this way, the relationship between the cause, and the effect can be said to be causal so long as if I change the cause, the effect will be different. Thus, if I were to throw a ball at a window, and it broke, then I could call the relationship between the throwing of the ball and the window s breaking to be causal, so long as had I not thrown the ball, a different effect (in this case, the window not breaking) would have occurred. By contrast, mechanistic theory focuses on the identifiable linking processes between the cause and effect. Salmon, Dowe, Machamer and Glennan all present accounts of mechanistic theory, however it is Glennan s approach which I will focus on, as he has the most success in forming the underlying intuitions into clear elements. He begins by identifying the component elements deemed necessary for a mechanistic process, which includes the interaction of a series of parts, acting according to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Producing sustainable competitive advantage Essay ஽ Academy of Management Executive, 2005, Vol. 19, No. 4 Reprinted from 1995, Vol. 9, No. 1 ........................................................................................................................................................................ Producing sustainable competitive advantage through the effective management of people* Jeffrey Pfeffer Executive Overview Achieving competitive success through people involves fundamentally altering how we think about the workforce and the employment relationship. It means achieving success by working with people, not by replacing them or limiting the scope of their activities. It entails seeing the workforce as a source of strategic advantage, not just as a cost ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The point here is not to throw out conventional strategic analysis based on industrial economics but simply to note that the source of competitive advantage has always shifted over time. What these five successful firms tend to have in common is that for their sustained advantage, they rely not on technology, patents, or strategic position, but on how they manage their workforce. The Importance of the Workforce and How It is Managed As other sources of competitive success have become less important, what remains as a crucial, differentiating factor is the organization, its employees, and how they work. Consider, for instance, Southwest Airlines, whose stock had the best return from 1972 to 1992. It certainly did not achieve that success from economies of scale. In 1992, Southwest had revenues of $1.31 billion and a mere 2.6% of the U.S. passenger market.4 People Express, by contrast, achieved $1 billion in revenues after only 3 years of operation, not the almost 20 it took Southwest. Southwest exists not because of regulated or protected markets but in spite of them. During the first three years of its history, no Southwest planes were flown. 5 Southwest waged a battle for its very existence with competitors who sought to keep it from flying at all and, failing that, made sure it did not fly out of the newly constructed Dallas Fort Worth international airport. Instead, it was restricted to operating out of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. The Functions of a Medieval Castle Essay The building of a castle was a monumental task; it required many laborers and took many years to complete. When a lord had decided to build a castle, he would hire a Master Builder to design and build the castle. He would choose a design for the castle. The castle was meant to be the fortress of the lord so it had to be strong. Castles had many different types of defense to protect the Lord and his family. The many types of defense that castles had meant that those attacking had to develop ever more strategic and powerful ways to attack the castle. When the King or Lord had decided to build his castle, he would hire a Master Builder to design the castle and to hire the laborers for the building of the castle. Construction of the new ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It was also protected by wooden Palisades (walls) and a moat (14 15). The wood would eventually rot and have to be replaced. The wood could also be burned during attacks (16). Later they began to build castles using stone. These stone castles took many years to complete (13). In the beginning only the keeps were changed to stone and kept the same square layout (18). Eventually it was found that the square corners were a weak spot in the design and changed to a rounded profile (Jarrow 29). Later the wooden walls were changed to stone. The new curtain walls were much larger. They were often between fifteen and thirty five feet tall, and six to nine feet thick. Though some were built much larger (19). Third, the castle was also the home of lords, nobles, and kings. This is why castles had to be built strong enough to with stand days of constant battering, or months of blockade. The strongest part of the castle was the keep. The lord and his family lived in the keep that was usually on top of a motte (Jarrow 15). In the keep is where the lord and his family would eat, sleep, and store supplies and weapons (Jarrow 15). As castles were built stronger with thick stone walls the keep lost its importance and was often unused. This allowed the lords and their families to have a much roomier living area that was still well protected from attack (Jarrow 19). Keeps had everything that was needed. They usually had storage on the lower levels or in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. The Choices of Nora Helmer The Choices of Nora Helmer The one thing that every person is granted in life is having the option to choose. Choosing whether to stand or to sit; to go or to stay; to speak up or to stay quiet and fictional characters should be no different. In Henrik Ibsen s play, A Doll s House, the protagonist Nora Helmer is always making decisions that she feels are beneficial. Nora is like a typical housewife: devoted to her husband, children, and home. Just in the beginning of the play, she is seen coming back home after a day spent shopping for Christmas presents for her family. The reader grasps that she is a loving individual, but it also seems as if she is naïve. This all changes as the play continues. Just from how she handles situations and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Her decision displays how dedicated she is to her family. She wants what is best for her husband and what was best for him was for he to go to Italy. This choice also shows her strength. She knew that there was a huge chance that Helmer would be infuriated with her, for women at that time could not borrow money without their husband consent. Nora was willing to face his rage just to make sure that he received the help he needed. Nora s unexpected decision to leave Helmer shows the confidence she has within herself and the strong ability that she posses. This result occurs when Helmer finds out that Nora had borrowed money from Krogstad to finance the trip to Italy. The two get into an argument, but it quickly dies down once Helmer receives another letter from Krogstad saying how he will not blackmail Nora anymore. Helmer tries to console her but at this point it was too late. She explains how she feels like his trophy by exclaiming, ...But our home s been nothing but a playroom. I ve been your doll wife, the same way that I was Papa s doll child. And the children have been my dolls. I thought it was great fun when you played with me, the way they thought it was when I played with them. That s what our marriage has been, Torvald (Ibsen 935). She realizes that she has been nothing but a plaything for Torvald. Torvald liked the idea of having someone to love him and do what he says but not ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin A dynamic character is a major character in a work of fiction that encounters conflict and is changed by it. In The Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin, the emotional pattern and thought process of Louise Mallard after she is informed of her husband s death are explored. Over the course of the hour in which the story takes place Louise has a realization about the constraints she feels in her life and in her marriage. By delineating Louise as a flat and dynamic character, Chopin is able to convey her theme that real freedom is found in death. Over the course of the story, all the characters are left as fairly flat and undeveloped. Louise is simply described as a young woman with a fair, clam face whose lines bespoke repression and even a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... With the breath of rain in the air and the tree tops bursting with life (paragraph four), Louise begins her journey to her conclusion. Even though the visualization of nature, Louise is competent enough to grasp that her love for Brently could not compare to the possession of self assertion which she suddenly recognized as the strongest impulse of her being (paragraph fifteen). Soon enough she had nearly forgotten her departed lover and was drinking in an elixir of life through that open window (paragraph eighteen). After the inhalation of submission, Louise carried herself unwittingly like a goddess of Victory (paragraph twenty) down the stairs. In doing so, the once emotionally unstable and physically ailed woman with white slender hands (paragraph ten) was able to prepare for a life without discretion or restrictions. The development of Louise only seized due to her preexisting medical condition claiming her life. However this motivation is what caused Louise to act in the ways she did and refined the theme. The development of character in The Story of an Hour is left stagnant. Having a flat main character allows the reader to identify with the story on a level of understanding separate from that of any round character. Although the reader is inserted into Louise s mind, an entirely understood background for her is missing. In doing so a void is made in which the reader can ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. George Saunders The New Mecca The New Mecca In the article The New Mecca by author George Saunders, he states that before he visited Dubai, a country in the United Arab Emirates, he had many misinterpretations about the country. As he gets there, he discovers that Dubai is safe; also, the city has majorly grown over the past ten years. Dubai has become a tourist attraction, famous famous for being an extravagant destination in the Middle East. It is expected that Dubai will have the largest skyscraper in the world and many revolutionary architecture will expand throughout the country. If Saunders had not visited Dubai he would still have doubts about the city. He stayed at The Burj Al Arab a luxurious seven star hotel. As he enters he gets greeted with goodies ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... to begin with, Saunders says, I can t locate the pedestrian entrance...Anybody who belongs in there will drive in and valet park. (590) Saunders realizes the type of people this hotel attracts and the type of people they want staying over. Hotel attracts high class individuals which gives the hotel a good look. A low class person could not afford a room for $12,000 a night so it is expected for only high class individuals to arrive. This stays in his conscience because of the social division of people in Dubai. Next, Saunders notes, Somewhere in India is a guy who d kill to do some stair washing in Dubai. (591) This quotation shows that people in other countries would appreciate a job even if its a job no one would like to do. Saunders feels bad for people that have hard jobs but he knows people in Dubai are making more money there than in their own country. This dwells on his conscience because he knows this man is fortunate to be working although it is not the best job. Finally, Saunders adds, I can go home and write about it, making more for writing about it than he ll make in many, many years of doing it. (591) This quotation indicates Saunders understands the division of income between the man and him. He knows this man will have hard labor all his life meanwhile Saunders could simply write a something and make the amount of money it would take him, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Analysis Of The Book Bastard Out Of Carolina By... The book, Bastard Out of Carolina by Dorothy Allison, is about relationships between family members, the social class, white trash , and abuse. In the book, there is a young girl by the name of Ruth Anne Boatwright, but goes by the name of Bone. Bone s mother had her at the young age of 17 years old. Her whole life, Bone, didn t have a steady father figure. Anney Boatwright, Bone s mother, married a man and out of that relationship, her sister was born. Soon after Anney married him, he died in a tragic car accident. The next man she married was Glen Waddell. This is when the problems came. Glen Waddell had some issues of his own and throughout the book, he took it out on Bone. At this point, Bone and Daddy Glen s relationship throughout the book took a turn and their relationship consisted of physical, sexual, and emotional abuse. In the book, Daddy Glen would physically abuse Bone for nothing. Bone never did anything wrong to him to deserve what he did to her. Bone and Daddy Glen never got along from the beginning. Daddy Glen s reputation for a hot temper made people very careful how they talked to him (Bastard Out of Carolina 55). Glen had a temper and when he got mad, he would take it out on Bone. Daddy Glen looked at me standing there. I know how much your mamma loves you, he said, putting his hand on my arm, squeezing tight. When he let me go, there was a bruise, and Mama saw it right away. Glen, you don t know your own strength! No. He was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Working Conditions In The 1800s During the industrial revolution in Britain, the usage of child labourers dramatically increased as it became a cheap and easy form of labour. This lead to the continued abuse of many children in textile factories. In 1833, the Factory Act of 1833 was put forth which dictated that no children under the age of nine would work. Children ages nine to thirteen wouldn t work more than nine hours a day and children ages thirteen to eighteen wouldn t work more than twelve hours a day. In addition it introduced the circulation of four factory inspectors who were to enforce the new legislation. They were to certify whether children had received their compulsory education of two hours each day and report conditions to the government. This act brought forth attention and sparked debates from the public which made stronger note of the working conditions for children. In the mid 1800 s there was unmistakable decrease of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... for the strong dislike to the Act, which existed among a large number of the most respectable mill owners, has greatly subsided . Most factory owners have complied with the Factory Act and shown understanding that the legislation was necessary. The statement shows that a major change was invoked by the Factory Act in the textile industry. In addition the diligence of factory inspectors were effective and a permanent advancement in industrial governing. The Act introduced a mandated form of regulation and records of the conditions in factories and their workers. Following the Act, the governance of factories is evident through the general increase in convictions and decrease of offenders (see Table 1 in the Appendix). This demonstrates a boost in regulating offenders but also a drop in owners committing the offense. Due to this we can infer that the Factory Act had improved the regulation and decline of children ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. The Information You Need If You Want to Be a News Anchor Introduction For a person who wants to be an anchor of a news station like me, you think you can talk about everything and anything pertaining to the news, this is incorrect. Every show has regulations set by the Government. This goes for television, radio, newspaper, magazines and even for the internet. If any sort of media fails to abide by these rules, it is easy for the company to be sued or the network to become canceled. If you are part of the television crowd and want to go into this career cluster, this information would be very helpful to know. Cross Ownership If you are interested in owning a broadcasting company, you may, however, you would not be allowed to also own a newspaper company at the same time. This is because the Federal Communications Commission A.K.A the FCC will not allow cross ownership. According to Common Cause (n.d.), the Federal Communications Commission describes cross ownership as a single owner depriv(ing) a community of important, diverse source(s) of news, information, and opinion. This goes to show that if one company were to own both newspaper companies and news stations in one area, then most of its information could be assumed as being biased and one sided. This is called the cross ownership ban. Along with broadcast and newspaper cross ownership, there is also radio and television cross ownership. This pertains to the number of television and radio stations a company can own in one community. However, the rules on this ban ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. The Vast Culture Of Scotland Scotland has always been seen as one the main European countries and a major part of the United Kingdom. Scotland was an independent country up until the year 1701 when the Act of the Union was signed forming the United Kingdom. The original countries in the United Kingdom include England, Wales, Northern Ireland, and Scotland. Scotland is also well known as the home of golf. Golf can be traced back to Scotland all the way back in 1457. In this report we will talk about the vast culture of Scotland and how they compare to us, the economy of Scotland and how they make a living as a country and as citizens, and also about their government and how they are similar to us and differ from us. CULTURE In Scotland, there are so many different religions that people practice. The largest of all the religions is Christianity. The majority of the population in Scotland practice Christianity. In Scotland, Christmas and Easter are celebrated regularly. The second largest religion in Scotland, behind Christianity is Islam. Islam is practiced in Mosques or in Islamic Centres in all major cities and in major towns. The third largest religion in Scotland is Sikhism (Religions in Scotland). Sikhism is a religion that was founded over 500 years ago. It now has over 20 million people worldwide that practice this religion. This religion preaches that you should remember God at all times and it also says that all men and women are equal (Sikhism Religion of the Sikh People). Next I ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Summary Of He Show Us The Way By Cesar Chavez In He Showed Us The Way , Cesar Chavez uses a rhetorical question, metaphor, and an allusion to explain and persuade to the readers that non violent resistance is the best way to gain support and to be heard. Chavez uses one of his rhetorical questions in paragraph 13, that states, Who gets killed in the case of violent revolution? Then he goes on to make a great point that poor people Workers are affected by the violence. This helps him convince the reader by telling how people are being hurt by the violent structures of others making the reader feel like it s wrong to have violent resistance, which is leaning the reader more towards an agreement with the writer. To increase the reader s understanding Chavez also shows how well ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Dreamers Dream On Essay Let the Dreamers Dream On How would you feel if someone promised you something, but then changed their mind? If you were told you were safe, but the rug was pulled out from under you? Over a half million teenagers and young adults who illegally immigrated to the United States as minors were recently confronted with this reality. DACA, an act passed during Obama s term that protected them from deportation, was rescinded by the Trump administration on September 5, 2017. After these people, known as Dreamers, had begun to come out of hiding to legally obtain jobs, attend college, and live without fear of deportation, this rescission suddenly suspended their dreams. Now their future is in the hands of Congress. Although many people would like to eject this group, statistics are in favor of their continuing residence. The Dreamers comprise a diverse and valuable group that deserves to stay in the United States. They are not a threat to the United States, nor a financial burden. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Understandably, negative views towards this group may result. However, DACA recipients don t meet this stereotype. According to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, if an applicant has been convicted of a felony, a significant misdemeanor, three or more misdemeanors, or is deemed a threat to national security, they will not be considered for DACA status. Even after receiving DACA status, the criminal rates are lower. According to the Cato Institute, Dreamers had an incarceration rate of .98 percent in contrast to a native rate of 1.12 percent. As the statistics show, they are no more dangerous than the average person. This group of people has often been misrepresented and judged as dangerous and untrustworthy, but this is a clear ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...