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014 Self Introduction Essay
Introduce Myself Sample Y
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Conflict Theory And Symbolic Interaction Theory
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The theories that I found related to the movie I chose was conflict theory and symbolic interaction
theory. Conflict theory holds that social order is maintained by domination and power, rather than
consensus and conformity. Conflict theory also ascribes most fundamental developments in human
history, such as democracy and civil rights, to capitalistic attempts to control the masses rather than
desire for social order. Symbolic interaction theory is a theory that human interaction and
communication is facilitated by words, gestures, and other symbols that have conventionalize
meanings. Symbolic interaction people attach meanings to symbols, and then they act according to
their subjective interpretation of the symbols. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The girl Montage garden gnome and the boy Capulet garden gnome fall in love. The families then
battle and come to terms that their values are the same. Second, conflict theory relates to the movie
because the movie was based on two different social groups. The different social groups didn t want
any relations with one another. For example, the major conflict of the movies was the relationship that
formed between the Capulet and Montague genomes. The relationship caused a war between the
families. Last, Symbolic interaction theory relates to the movies because the movie used to label to
identify the different social groups. The symbols of the groups were their hats which showed that they
were genomes. The different symbolic interactions between the groups were the color of their hats.
For example, the Capulet s hats were red and the Montague s hats were blue. The Capulet s were
represented as a lower standard social class than the Montages. I liked having this assignment. The
assignment gave me the ability to see the different theories in other perspectives. I also enjoyed having
the time to watch one of my favorite movies as a school project. I didn t think that there was anything
wrong with the
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Ethnic Groups In The United States
In accordance to the functional theory of stratification developed by Kinsley Davis and Wilber Moore,
Individuals are naturally stratified. Therefore, a society of equal reward and status for all individuals is
impossible (1945). It is further argued that human societies reflect those of beehives, concentrated
around central leadership with complex relationships and many different layers of status and power.
Though some may agree with this statement, this essay will argue that when an ethnic group is
repeatedly and unjustifiably oppressed throughout history, their chances for development and progress
as a group and as individuals become limited. Inequality and unwarranted treatment of individuals due
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According to which immigrants and their descendants were discouraged from maintaining close ties
with their countries and cultures of origin and instead were encouraged to assimilate into the American
way of life. However, on the other side of the borders, here in Canada, we are not doing much better
than our Americans neighbors. Although our laws do not specifically target black members of the
community, they are racialized and focus on the indigenous people of Canada. Nearly one third of
federal prisoners are Aboriginals, while they consist of only three percent of the total population in
Canada (Sudbury 2004b). In some provinces like Saskatoon a whopping 76% of prisoners are
compiled by our indigenous population (Cuthand 2000). This is a shocking number, and a complete un
proportionate representation of this group in
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What Is The Theme Of Edmund In King Lear
5.2 Edmund
We meet Edmund at the very beginning of the play where Gloucester introduces him to Kent as his
illegitimate son and jokes about his illegitimacy in front of him. We do feel bad for him, but this
soliloquy reveals his true self and his intentions:
Th ou, nature, art my goddess; to thy law My services are bound. Wherefore should I Stand in the
plague of custom, and permit Th e curiosity of nations to deprive me,
For that I am some twelve or fourteen moon shines Lag of a brother? Why bastard? wherefore base?
Legitimate Edgar, I must have your land:
Our father s love is to the bastard Edmund As to the legitimate: fine word, legitimate!
Well, my legitimate, if this letter speed, And my invention thrive, Edmund the base
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(1.2. 1 13)
Edmund is the great villain of King Lear. The illegitimate son of Gloucester who knows that Edgar the
legitimate son will inherit all his father s properties uses his brain to get the throne. He uses his father
s good nature by showing him a letter supposedly written by Edgar against him. On the other hand he
conned Edgar saying that his father is against him thus inducing him to leave the kingdom. He betrays
both of them seeing them as mere objects for manipulation.
Edgar is humiliated by his own father for his bastardy. Gloucester even talks openly in front of him
with Kent about how this illegitimacy embarrasses him. Edmund uses his bastardy as a justification
for his evil acts. As he is considered a bastard he decides to act as one. However, there is one
important thing that should be emphasized revenge is not the driving force of his actions but rather
greed, self interest, and egoism. Even at the end he thinks about himself: Yet Edmund was belov
d:/The one the other poison d for my sake, / And after slew herself . He has no reason to hate neither
his father nor his brother. He has no intention to hurt them; he only sees them as a nuisance to become
an
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Macbeth Ambition
English Assignment Term 3
Representations of ambition within Macbeth
Within Macbeth, there are numerous representations of human values and conflicts, including duty vs.
desire, the effects of a guilty conscience on the human journey and the differences between genders,
and the superiority of men within the play, and the modern era. The value foregrounded throughout
this text is the representations of ambition within the play Macbeth, and we will be focusing on the
protagonist of the story, ironically named Macbeth.
The effect of ambition can be a double edged sword. Ambition can provide a person with desire, so
that they can accomplish goals, and give them a kick start towards them. On the other hand, however,
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Once he murders the King Duncan, he knows that he must prolong his undeserved spot as King, as the
repercussions will be that of the actions that he have committed. This is due to the Chain of Being,
which he has distinctly broken. Once this hypothetical chain is broken, which by the way, represents
the natural order, the universe will be plundered into chaos, and righting the wrong will retain the
natural order.
Throughout the ending of the play, when Duncan s sons plot to overthrow Macbeth, he accepts his
fate, and the apparitions stated by the three witches during their second meeting with Macbeth come to
fruition. He knows of his imminent downfall, and within his final moments of life, he accepts defeat.
I will not yield to kiss the ground before young Malcolm s feet, and to be baited with the rabble s
curse. Though Birnam Wood be come to Dunsinane, and thou opposed, being of no woman born, yet I
will try the last. Before my body I throw my warlike shield. Lay on, Macduff; and damned be him that
first cries, Hold, enough!
This scene marks the promised demise of Macbeth, and good once again conquering evil. His
ambitions overall lead to his demise, and if he had either followed his orders from the King, who is a
higher being on the Chain of Being , or gained the royal, majestic position through an accepted
process, then his death would not have been sentenced and
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Dream Deferred By Langston Hughes Essay
Wrinkles on the Young : Dream Deferred Dream Deferred is one of the most well known poems
written by Langston Hughes. Langston Hughes was born on February 1,1902 in Joplin, Missouri.
Hughes was a massive voice during the black Harlem renaissance and a notable activist in the black
community. His works are the musings of his past experiences and those he witnessed. For instance,
Dream deferred emphasizes the forgotten/ignored dreams of the black community and others. Up and
down, up and down is how the poem is shaped. The shape gives the impression of a an uphill battle or
a long exhausting journey that takes forever. The shape connects to the feeling expressed by the
speaker in the poem. Literally the speaker is communicating that following your dreams takes effort
and perseverance. Dark dash at the end of line four, further emphasize the ... Show more content on
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For example the speaker says, Does it dry up/ like a raisin in the sun?/ or fester like a sore / and then
run? This quote suggests that much like raisins , dreams shrivel up when left alone. Additionally, this
quote shows that an ignored dream is physically painful. Much like sores, they can become
contaminated if medicine is not applied. The image of a shriveling raisin left in the sun evokes the
image of a flower that has not been watered in days. The image of the raisin reinforces the idea that
dreams decay and no preservatives will prevent the natural process of time. Furthermore, the speaker
asks, Does it stink like rotten meat?/ Or crust and sugar over like a sugary sweet? This line is
indirectly saying that when dreams are ignored, they will eventually disappear. But the scent (thought)
of it never will. On the other hand, the second line supports the conclusion that dreams are only useful
when they are brand new; ] once pushed off to the side, they lose their
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Hearing Screenings
Without hearing screenings average diagnosis of permanent hearing loss is greater than 2 years old.
Late diagnosis of hearing loss has been one of the contributing factors of reduced language skills in
children (Durieux Smith, Fitzpatrick, Whittingham, 2008). Since the early 1980s, the Joint Committee
on Infant Hearing has published recommendations and multiple position statements which support the
use of newborn hearing screenings, to decrease the age of diagnosis of children with permanent
hearing loss. By 2000, there was a federal law to support universal newborn hearing screenings
(UNHS). The law also promoted early intervention for children with hearing loss, in hopes to improve
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The study included children who received a diagnosis of a congenital or early onset (before 6 months)
permanent hearing loss that was not medically treatable (Durieux Smith et al., 2008). Data was
collected from the groups of children who were identified with permanent hearing loss through a
targeted high risk screening program, a universal newborn hearing screening program, or through a
medical referral either with risk factors or without factors. Data on the onset of permanent hearing
loss, route to referral, etiology, age at diagnosis, and amplification fitting were all obtained from their
medical charts to determine the primary outcomes of language abilities with early identification.
Results from the study showed children screened at infancy were diagnosed earlier than those referred
with risk factors (Durieux Smith et al., 2008). Children with risk factors, in turn, were diagnosed
earlier than referred without risk factors. Although, the age of diagnosis of referred children was seen
to improve over time, it remained significantly higher than children receiving screenings. However,
this trend of earlier diagnosis may reflect greater awareness of hearing loss. Results from this study
indicate UNHS leads therefore earlier diagnosis and to earlier amplification, which then leads to
earlier auditory stimulation (Durieux Smith et al.,
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Various Methods of Resolving Industrial Disputes
Dispute Resolution Methods Alberta s Labour Relations Code and Police Officers Collective
Bargaining Act provide methods for resolving disputes including: Mediation Voluntary Arbitration
Board Compulsory Arbitration Board Interest Arbitration Board Disputes Inquiry Board Public
Emergency Tribunal Construction Industry Disputes Resolution Tribunal Introduction Collective
bargaining is the process through which employers and employees establish the terms and conditions
of employment in unionized workplaces. The vast majority of collective agreements in Alberta are
reached through negotiations without outside assistance (over 80 per cent) or through negotiations
using a provincially appointed mediator. Fewer than two per cent of collective ... Show more content
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The parties have a set amount of time to review the recommendations before they are posted publicly.
They have 10 days to notify the Minister of their acceptance of the recommendations. If both parties
accept the recommendations, they are binding. If one or both of the parties does not indicate
acceptance of the recommendations, the Labour Relations Board conducts a vote of the party or
parties that did not accept them. If the recommendations are rejected again after the vote, the parties
can continue negotiating a settlement on their own, or give a 72 hour notice to strike or lockout.
Government pays the costs associated with a DIB. Public Emergency Tribunal (PET) In the case of an
existing, or imminent strike or lockout, the provincial government has the option to end a dispute by
declaring a public emergency and referring the matter to a Public Emergency Tribunal (PET), which is
a form of compulsory arbitration. This is only used when a dispute may result in damage to health or
property (e.g., disruption of health services, water plant, etc.) or unreasonable hardship is placed on
persons not involved in the dispute. A time period will be set during which the parties can meet on
their own or with a government appointed mediator to reach a settlement. If a settlement cannot be
reached on or before the fixed date, the dispute is referred to the PET. The PET process is initiated and
the Minister fixes a deadline by which the PET must issue a binding award.
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Coffe and the History of Ethiopia
The popularity of coffee began with its introduction to Europe in the 17th century, a time when
colonialism had brought many resources to countries like France and Britain. In Europe, coffee was a
delicious beverage, and was very inexpensive due to the monopoly of coffee imports from colonized
to colonizer. But while tea was still the preferred choice in North America, an increasingly higher tax
on America s favorite beverage led to the Boston Tea Party. Tea forever came to be known for the
British oppressor, and coffee became as popular in the U.S. as it was in Europe. The popularity of
coffee remained because the colonies in Africa were required to export all precious resources to
Europe. Despite the history of exploitation of resources in many African countries, the coffee industry
in Ethiopia has thrived, taking a product that is in high demand and creating a stable economy, leading
to the improvement of its citizen s economic prosperity. This is because Ethiopia was one of the few
areas not colonized by European powers, letting it avoid the consequences of colonialism and focus on
the development of a country.
Since the beginning of imperialism, Ethiopia has stood apart from other African nations. Being one of
the only two countries in Africa that had not been colonized, Ethiopia had great potential to thrive
without the distraction of foreign powers. In 1896 Ethiopia defeated Italy at the Battle of Adwa, which
remains famous today as the first victory of an African
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The Core Goal Of Villanova University
The core goal of Villanova University, in essence any university, is to cheaply produce critical thinkers
while making money at the same time. Unfortunately for students, this process is not in their favor. In
an increasingly capitalistic society, universities have gradually evolved into businesses. An example of
this corporatization of the academy is the adjunct professor. Through no fault of their own, adjuncts
have become pawns in a money making process which inevitably harms the students by violating their
freedom and reason.
Adjunct professors are hired by the university in order to save money. This tactic, however, becomes a
problem for the students for a few reasons. Adjuncts may have another job while working at the
university and therefore would not be able to devote a lot of time to students. Temporary professors
are also paid less and may not invest as much time to their students or teachings simply because they
do not care. Finally, even if the professor was an exceptional teacher he or she may permanently leave
the university he or she was working at and cannot be contacted by students for references. Professors
are meant to be educator[s] [who] must try to develop men and women who can and who will by
themselves continue what he has begun: the end product of any liberating education is simply the self
educating, self cultivating man and woman; in short the free and rational individual (Mills, 1959, p.
187). However, even though there are obvious problems
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What Is Substantive Conflict
Conflict happens when people do not agree in a public situation which developed resentments creating
a negative atmosphere among people or group (Schermerhorn, 2011). A person might develop
emotional conflict caused by anger, trusting issues and resentment which caused a negative energy
that affects other and becomes distracting (Schermerhorn, 2011). For instance, when an employee that
is having relationship problems outside work, affects their performance. Also, seeking comfort with
other employees can become a stressing situation. In contrast, substantive conflict is related to
achieving goals in the workplace (Schermerhorn, 2011). Dealing with coworkers can be challenging
because of their cultures. For instance, employees might disagree on task assignments, policies, and
rules because of their beliefs (Schermerhorn, 2011).
The problems associated with conflict are ignoring the issues. For instance, if the employee begins to
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This might not seem a conflict, but it became when employees began disagreeing and were
uncomfortable of the living conditions. Also, employees started getting sick and missed two or three
days of work. The situation had to be brought to the owners because we were so behind with our job.
To resolve and avoid future conflict, they bought a lock box where the setting could be changed by
them. Conflict among the workplace might start as nothing but could have negative consequences if is
not addressed in a timely fashion matter.
References
Anthony, Leigh. (2016). Conflict Resolution Approaches for the Workplace. Retrieved from
http://smallbusiness.chron.com/conflict resolution approaches workplace 2838.html
Schermerhorn, J. (2011). Organizational Behavior and Management. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Custom
Learning Solution. ISBN 13:
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Coral Reef Outline
I. Coral Reefs are made up of tiny corals. When a coral dies it leaves its skeleton behind. When other
corals see the skeleton they stack up their skeleton. Eventually, there will be a growing reef. Coral
reefs have been forming around the world for 500 million years and are sadly starting to die due to
pollution.
II. Coral reefs have many reasons why they are good in your area. A. Coral Reefs provide habitats for
large amounts of fish. B. Coral Reefs provide 30 billion dollars worth of goods and services. C. Coral
Reefs protect coastlines from powerful waves, flooding, and coastal eroding 1. In some regions of the
world, people depend on the reefs for protection and food 2. A well managed square kilometer of coral
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Coral polyps are primarily responsible for reef building B. Not every coral is able to make reefs.
Although they do leave their skeletons behind C. Most stony corals have very small polyps, averaging
1 to 3mm. 1. They can form huge reefs if there is enough of them 2. they don t have a sufficient
amount to create a reef 3.stony corals in colonies can grow huge and weigh tons
IV. There are very cool and weird characteristics about corals A. Deep sea corals occur in deeper
organic water B. Corals provide algae with a protected environment C. The algae produce oxygen for
the corals 1. Deep sea corals occur eat plankton and organic matter 2. Corals give the algae the
compounds they need to photosynthesize 6
V. There are many benefits of the coral population A. Coral Reefs provide a lot of food for the animals
and humans B. Coral reefs provide jobs for people. C. Coral Reefs protect the coastline from storms 1.
Some jobs are security and guiding people around the reefs
VI. Pollution is starting to kill most of the reefs around the world A. There is enough plastic in the
reefs to go to the moon and halfway back. B. The pollution might grow by 40% in the next seven
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To What Extent Can Urban Areas Be Sustainable
Urban sustainability is the idea that an urban area can be organised without excessive reliance on the
surrounding countryside and be able to power itself with renewable sources of energy. The aim of this
is to create the smallest possible environmental footprint and to produce the lowest quantity of
pollution possible, to efficiently use land, compost used materials, recycle it or convert waste to
energy, and to make the urban area overall contribution to climate change minimal. Therefore
allowing the next generations and future generations to have the required resources without
compromising them.
It is estimated that over 50% of the world s population now lives in urban areas and that this will rise
to 70% by 2050. Such a change will ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Curitiba recycles 2/3 of its household waste this figure is one of the highest in the world. The
recycling plants are made up of recycled material and employ people who find it hard to get jobs for
example immigrants and disabled people, this makes the employees feel valued and it helps to
improve the lives.
Colour co ordinating teams collect the waste that has been separated in inorganic and organic waste. It
is then sorted and sent out to other recycling plants to process. Cans are recycled at the fraction of the
cost of producing new ones. There are also special teams, which go out and collect very large items,
which would be too difficult and possibly expensive for someone to try and recycle themselves so
would be fly tipped as a result.
The green exchange was introduced in Curitiba in 1990, this scheme was to encourage the poor to
recycle their waste in return for food produce or bus transport tickets. This has proved to be a valuable
service for the poor as they live in areas, which are hard for the recycling team to access. They deliver
their waste to a waste station and in return for their rubbish they can be exchanged for bus tickets,
food, and school books, this system was a great success and saw Participation among Curitiba
households reached 70% in the 1990s. Curitiba s strategy turned waste into a resource, thereby
unleashing a range of positives. The widespread problem of
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Self Reflection
Coming into a college writing course, I did not expect it to be easy. Throughout high school essays
were very easy to write due to teachers cutting way too much slack and handing out easy grades.
Writing has always been difficult for me, but I feel this is because I have not been challenged yet to
demonstrate my full writing ability. I had yet to develop my own voice as a writer. Throughout this
course, I was met with many challenges to bring out the true writer inside of me and because of this, I
was ultimately able to grow as a writer. The essays that I have written throughout the WRC 1013
course demonstrate that I have developed better annotation skills, communication skills and personal
responsibility skills; however, I still need to improve in proofreading and learning how to receive
more revisions from my peers.
After going through my essays, one self reflection throughout my papers I was able to gather was my
growth in developing good annotation throughout my chosen sources. For example, in my first paper
Behind the Screen VS. The Real World , my annotation and gathering information from sources was
very poor. This is shown in the essay where I completely stated the opposite of what Rita Dove was
trying to say in her piece Loose Ends . I state that, As you can see, this is one of many reasons as to
how so much screen time can have a negative influence on people which is what Rita Dove is
implying in her article ( Behind the Screen Vs. The Real World 2). This
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Tree Ecology In Battle Park
Marianna Jones
Tree ecology on two slopes in Battle Park
Introduction
Forest communities like Battle Park have different environmental factors within their area. On
different slopes, depending on the direction it is facing, the soil and area could be wetter or drier. This
study is looking to see if the north facing and south facing sites have differences in basal area, density,
species richness, and diversity. Also, there may be some similarities in the area since both are from the
same park.
Much of the forest in Battle Park predates European settlement that occurred in the area around 1740
(North Carolina Botanical Garden 2014). Battle Park is a forest of continuity which means that it is a
good representation of an old growth forest (Vandermast, personal communication). It has some
invasive species, but many of the large trees growing there have remained untouched. The area was
never cut down for human use, but some of the fallen logs were used for firewood (Vandermast,
personal communication). Much of the other areas in the piedmont have had significant changes in the
forest cover, changes in species, and mortality. The forest cover is steadily decreasing at a 7% rate
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To see the differences of the two sites, basal area, density, species richness, and the Shannon diversity
index were used. Basal area and density is the average amount of space of trees in hectares. Basal area
is taken using the tree diameters while density uses the number of trees. Species richness is the
number of species found. Abundance of each species is used to find the Shannon diversity index. The
Sorensen similarity index compares the areas based on the number of the same species. Also, different
species were looked at to find the relative basal area, relative density, and importance value of the
trees. There were differences and similarities in both
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Alcohol Effect On Fetus Essay
The Effects Alcohol Can Do to your Fetus
Psychoactive drugs can not only act on the nervous system, but it can also change your moods and
modify perceptions (Santrock). Psychoactive drugs can range from consuming caffeine products to
taking methamphetamine; but alcohol can be devastating on the mother s offspring. Alcohol can cause
abnormalities, disabilities, and deformities to the fetus when the mother consumes a heavy amount of
alcohol. Any form of alcohol can leave a bad affect on the fetus, but it will not get better throughout
the child s life. Before getting into detail, the first major factor apart of this problem is FASD. The
textbook definition of FASD is, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder is a cluster of abnormalities and
problems that appears in the offspring of mothers who drink alcohol heavily during pregnancy
(Santrock). This disorder causes some abnormal facial and body characteristics such as: a smooth
ridge between the nose and upper lip, small head size, vision or ... Show more content on
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If the mother drinks a lot of alcohol during each time she is pregnant, at least one child or none at all
with had FASD (Santrock). When the mother drinks a heavy or light amount of alcohol, it can cause
many negative effects to the fetus such as miscarriages and stillbirths. It can also range of lifelong
physical, behavioral, and intellectual disabilities ( Alcohol ). Studies show that drinking 1 or 2
servings of alcohol a week will damage the fetus s development of the brain. Although, drinking small
servings a week will not cause FASD. According to the National Institutes of Care and Health
Excellence in Great Britain, they have concluded that, It is safe to consume one to two drinks not
more than twice a week during pregnancy . The U.S. Surgeon General disagrees with that statement
because they said, We recommend that no alcohol be consumed during pregnancy
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Applebee s Acquisition Of The IHOP Corp.
10 K Research Report FIN 400 IHOP CORPORATION The first International House of Pancakes (
IHOP ) restaurant opened in 1958 in Toluca Lake, California. IHOP was incorporated under the laws
of the State of Delaware in 1976. The company has intense growth plan. In November 2007, IHOP
Corp. completed the acquisition of Applebee s International, Inc. (Applebee s) which became a wholly
owned subsidiary of the company. The IHOP Corp 10K is larger than in years past due to this
acquisition. The primary reason for the Applebee s acquisition was to add a growth vehicle in the
casual dining segment of the restaurant industry. IHOP Corp. attribute the goodwill associated with the
transaction to the long term historical performance and the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
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The restaurant industry is highly competitive, and that competition could lower their revenues,
margins and market share. The business is subject to macroeconomic and other factors that may
negatively impact the results of operations. Restaurant development plans under development
agreements may not be implemented effectively. IHOP Corp. may have difficulty expanding in new
markets outside the United States. Risks factors can also be related to franchises and the acquisition of
Applebee s. Concentration of Applebee s franchised restaurants in a limited number of franchisees
subjects IHOP to greater credit risk. Franchisees generally are not limited purpose entities , making
them subject to business, credit, financial and other risks. IHOP Corp. business strategy may not
achieve the anticipated results for Applebee s. The significant costs that they incur in connection with
the acquisition may not be offset by cost savings in the future. IHOP may fail to realize the anticipated
benefits of the acquisition as a result of risks associated with integrating the business of Applebee s
with their existing business. IHOP may be unable to generate sufficient cash flow to satisfy their
significant debt service obligations, which would adversely affect their financial condition and results
of operations. IHOP believes the Applebee s
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The Existence Of Ancient Chinese Medicine
In ancient China, it was relatively rare to dissect or otherwise violate human bodies because of a
teaching from Confucius that the human body is sacred and not to be cut with a knife^, therefore the
knowledge of anatomy in ancient China weren t often based on scientific knowledge, but instead
assumption and reasoning.^ Thus many, if not all, of Chinese medicine are considered pseudoscience
because it lacks scientific evidence for its effectiveness.^ Any effects from following traditional
Chinese medicine are most likely to be psychological, as opposed to any actual biological healing
taking place. And so, it s still important to advise caution when using conventional medicines and go
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It can cause dryness in the body and constipation, constipation due to dry intestines. The heart is a
susceptible organ to attacks from summer heat, and the symptoms when summer heat attacks the the
heart may be eye infections, nosebleeds, and the vomiting of blood.
Those who walk through the rain, live in damp conditions, wear wet clothes or swim are exposed to
the attacks of dampness. The symptoms of dampness attacks may be blisters, water retention, diarrhea
and eczema. Other symptoms may include coughing up watery phlegm, gurgling in the intestine and
difficulty urinating. Joints are vulnerable to dampness and it s believed that dampness can easily flow
into the joints, similarly to water flowing.
Attacks by dryness can cause symptoms like a dry cough, sore throat, dry skin and nose, thirst,
constipation with dry stools. Dryness often attacks in autumn as the humidity is
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Why Is John F Kennedy Responsible For Jfk Assassination
John F. Kennedy was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald, the event created suspicion and fear across
the country. JFK was assassinated on November 22nd, 1963 and the event led to many suspicious
conspiracy theories. Many people were investigated and went to trial, but none of which had
prominent evidence against them. It is possible that Oswald was working with or for someone, but
there is no evidence to prove so.
Lee Harvey Oswald had felt an indifference towards the economic and governmental ideals of the US.
He was a US marine and was dismissed because he was not a sharp shooter. It was known that Oswald
admired Fidel Castro and atempted to obtain a visa to go to Cuba. Lee Harvey Oswald also was
suspected of being a communist because he admired Marxist theories and the USSR. Oswald was also
a friend of George S. De Mohrenschildt, a Dallas, Tx oilman. It was reported that the oilmen were
protesting against low wages,etc to the president. However, there is no evidence that De
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A motion picture film taken by Charles L. Bronson showed a figure or figures in the sixth floor
window of the Depository several minutes before the shots. Employees of the depository claim that
they saw Oswald in the building carrying a bag, however some witnesses say that it wasn t big enough
to carry a rifle. Suspicion arises on the trajectory of the bullet, it is unusual that only three bullets
could cause so much damage while the bullet in the end looked untouched. Photographs were taken of
the scene on the sixth floor of the depository that displayed stacked boxes that formed a sniper s
position. Another proof of guilt is that Oswald was seen and followed outside of the depository by
police officers. He killed a police officer in Dallas, 45 minutes after JFK was
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George S. Patton Jr.
George S. Patton Jr. was born on November 11, 1885, in San Gabriel, California (Gale 2). His parents
were George Smith Patton and Ruth Wilson. Their family was very wealthy because of his mother s
father; he was a successful businessman (Ford 1734). Patton Jr. went to private school when he was
twelve years old. The school was a wealthy school full of rich families. In 1902, Patton Jr. decided to
go into the military. He attended the military academy at West point, New York. There, he met
Beatrice Banning Ayer, daughter of a successful industrialist, who later became his wife. George
Patton Jr. was a very athletic young man who played football at West Point, but unfortunately, he
broke his arm while playing the sport he loved. He soon became excellent at track and field. He
finished fifth in Stockholms Summer Olympics in 1912. George Patton Jr. graduated from West Point
in June 1909 (Ford 1735).
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Henrik Ibsen Sacrifice
A selfless act of putting others, or others needs before one s self is a sacrifice. It is because that person
deems another individual necessities more important than their own. Mrs. Popov from the short
literature story The Bear, A Joke in One Act, written by Anton Chekhov in the nineteenth century,
demonstrates the true love, and faithfulness a woman holds for her disloyal and deceased husband.
Nora, a character in the writing of A Dollhouse (Et Dukkehjem), written by Henrik Ibsen in 1879,
validates the harsh choices a woman must choose to put her husband s ego in front of her own.
Furthermore, both of these women make evident that sacrifices can be problematic for not only their
selves, but for the others that are involved. By sacrificing something of great importance can lead to
even greater rewards. Chekhov illustrates Mrs. Popov s dedication to her husband by writing Yes, I
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A Dollhouse (Et Dukkehjem) presents a seemingly happy family, except everything is not as it
appears. Nora and her husband, Torvald, are very much falling out of love, and money has become a
present issue. These two so cold love birds conclude their relationship, and wind up in splits ville,
population . . . two. On the contrary, The Bear, A Joke in One Act begins with a heart broken
relationship. Mrs. Popove is recently windowed and has vowed to remain single for the rest of her
days to come. Nevertheless, a stranger, Smirnov, emerges onto the scene, and is there to collect Mrs.
Popove s deceased husband s debt. Though Mrs. Popove is adamant that she does not possess the
money, Smirnov is persistent that she give him the money anyhow. Smirnov challenges the widow to a
duel, and she willing accepts. Mrs. Popove and Smirnov begin a kiss scene at the close of the play.
Thus begins a new romance in this story, as the other ends in heart
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Robert Frost Ambiguity
The Ambiguity on Robert Frost s The road not chosen
The road not chosen is a beautiful poem written by Robert Frost, which raises the metaphor of life as a
journey in which alternatives force us to choose which path to follow. When we come to a fork, a
crucial point of the journey, we must make a decision. We know that the future will depend on that
choice. We can choose the most traveled road, the one that most people would choose (by habit or
comfort) and therefore , will be easier since the path is marked, or venture down the road less traveled
and build our own path, make our way before the difficulties, face obstacles and unforeseen events.
The poet walks in the forest, has the option to choose between two roads that fork in a path of a
yellow forest. The poet chooses the least traveled, but thinks about the possibilities that would have
implied having taken the other path, the unelected one. He is aware of the difference, that this choice
and this non choice will be perpetuated in the causal chain of his life. Live this feeling as a slight
feeling of loss, rather than as a full anguish that would be the certainty of its unfathomable finitude.
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The poet s decision to follow the path of art implies an awareness of the surrounding reality, its past,
present and future with all its potential for expression, since it is attentive to the change in nature, in
its ethos and in the art that has come dominating at the cost of innumerable sacrifices and overturns in
life. Robert Frost poetry is more personal and introspective, and in it his mind becomes the scene of
great psychological battles, as if his demons fought against chaos. He also found rhymes as simple as
vigorous: with a single meter he could make infinite
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Imagery In Gary Soto s Small Town With One Road
The poem, Small Town with One Road, by Gary Soto compares the life of the speaker from when he
was a child to the life he has as an adult. The speaker of the poem is a Mexican who lives in a poor
town where many of the people do manual labor to earn their income. At this point he is grown and
has a daughter, but is in a town that reminds him of his childhood. Here, he describes the happy
children in the neighborhood to the hard life he imagines he would have if he stayed in such a town in
his adulthood. Soto uses imagery to further this comparison; he appeals to the senses to show the
carefreeness of childhood, while also using images of hard work to show the plight of the adults in the
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This implies that they live in the South, and throughout the poem it describes them living in Mexico.
Next, the children are going to pay for their candy with change and not paper money. While their
candy probably does not cost that much, this still implies that the children are not wealthy enough to
have dollar bills that they can go pay and get change back for. Another example of the children not
being wealthy is, Where there s a dog for each hand, Cats, chickens in the yard . Something that Soto
is trying to point out with his use of imagery is that even though the children do not have much
money, they lives are still very good to them. While to adults, having lots of animals or living on a
farm may allude to poverty, to children it means fun and lots of animals to play with. On the other
hand, the imagery in the next half of the poem that Soto uses about adults is much more serious and
sad than the imagery he has used for the children. A first example is The cotton gin stands tall in the
money dream . This visual imagery is in reference to to picking cotton, or agriculture in general.
Agricultural jobs are common among poor Mexican workers and are probably one of the only ways
that many believe they can really earn money. In this second half of the poem, the author s use of
imagery is mainly featured around jobs and money. A second example of imagery when the speaker is
talking to
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History Of Welding
Welding is a worldwide trade that can be found everywhere whether it be Golden Gate Bridge or the
Empire State Building. It is the process of joining two pieces of metal together by melting them. This
major discovery dates back to ancient times and is still advancing. Welding was used in the middle
ages, became increasingly popular through the eighteen and nineteen hundreds, and still continues
developing. Welding is something that dates back to simpler times like the Bronze Age. According to
the Hobart Institute of Welding they would make, small circular boxes were made apparently by
pressure welding lap joints together (History of Welding). This time is known for the well heard of
career of blacksmithing where the blacksmith would weld
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The History of Chemical Warfare and Its Effect on the...
There are so many issues facing the world today that it is sometimes hard to understand why they
occur and what they affect. Today it is apparent that many people take the environment of the earth for
granted. Pollution, energy, and natural resources are all seen as an environmental element that can
threaten our future and destroy the environment. But there is another threat to the environment that is
certainly overlooked by today s society and was overlooked by many in the past. This element is the
act of war. There are many different aspects of war that can affect the environment and the people of
our world, but there is one specific facet of war that could be considered most detrimental chemical
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The arrow was fired into the target of choice, usually an item of prey such as the antelope, with the
hunter then tracking the doomed animal until the poison caused its collapse. Although this is not
considered warfare between humans, this still provides knowledge on the use of chemicals to cause
harm. From here we can infer that even the use of these chemicals in ancient times had an effect on
the environment. If early humans were using chemicals to hunt and kill their prey, it may have created
an unbalance in the habitat of the time. If the antelope population was to suddenly decrease with the
use of chemicals, the predator of the antelope may starve and die, later causing a possible extinction of
that particular species. Chemical weapons in the form of liquid were not the only type of chemicals
used in the beginning of human history. The earliest recorded use of gas warfare in the West dates
back to the 5th century BC, during the Peloponnesian War between Athens and Sparta. Spartan forces
besieging an Athenian city placed a lighted mixture of wood, pitch, and sulfur under the walls hoping
that the noxious smoke would incapacitate the Athenians, so that they would not be able to resist the
assault that followed. Sparta wasn t alone in its use of unconventional tactics during these wars: Solon
of Athens is said to have used hellebore roots to poison the water in an aqueduct leading from the
Pleistrus River around 590 BC during the siege of
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Psychology Workbook Essay
I. INTRODUCTION Objective I.1 Define psychology: the science of behavior and mental processes.
|Margin Learning Question(s) (if applicable) |Page(s) | |None | | Key Terms Psychology: the science of
behavior and mental processes. Exercises 1. Put a check mark by each statement that is true regarding
psychology. __X_ Psychologists study human behavior. __X___ Psychologists study animal behavior.
____X_ Psychologists study emotions and mental processes. _____ Psychology and common sense ...
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| | Key Terms . Behaviorism a theory of learning based upon the idea that all behaviors are acquired
through conditioning. Conditioning occurs through interaction with the environment. Behaviorists
believe that our responses to environmental stimuli shape our behaviors. Observeable behavior
Psychoanalysis emphasized the influence of the unconscious mind on behavior. Freud believed that
the human mind was composed of three elements: the id, the ego, and the superego. Humanistic
psychology humanistic psychology began as a reaction to psychoanalysis and behaviorism, which
dominated psychology at the time. Psychoanalysis was focused on understanding the unconscious
motivations that drive behavior while behaviorism studied the conditioning processes that produce
behavior. Humanist thinkers felt that both psychoanalysis and behaviorism were too pessimistic, either
focusing on the most tragic of emotions or failing to take into account the role of personal choice.
Humanistic psychology was instead focused on each individual s potential and stressed the importance
of growth and self actualization. The fundamental belief of humanistic psychology is that people are
innately good and that mental and social problems result from deviations from this natural tendency.
Cognitive psychology the branch of psychology that studies mental processes including how people
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Injustice In The Foster Care System
Annotated Bibliography for Theme of Injustice in the Foster Care System Dickens, Charles. Oliver
Twist. Ed. Philip Horne. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 2003.Print. Dickens portrays the cruel reality of
what occurs in foster care and how negligently the kids placed in the system are treated throughout his
novel, Oliver Twist. The story ultimately portrays how those placed in the system are exposed to more
danger and abuse. Oliver Twist loses his innocence throughout the story due to being forced to commit
criminal acts just to receive food or a place to live. Oliver was born in a workhouse and his mom died
upon delivering so he was sent to an orphanage immediately. At the orphanage the kids are practically
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Sixteen year old Callie and her twelve year old brother Jude went through several obstacles since
becoming foster kids. They were often separated from each other due to various reasons such as age
difference or simply most families looking to foster can only afford one child, they were also placed in
a few abusive households which was due to lack of care from those in charge of reviewing foster
parent s applications. In one of the homes they were placed in Callie was put in a really difficult
situation which had a huge emotional toll on her that the trauma stuck with her for a few seasons. Due
to lack of love and affection from anyone in her life Callie fell victim to one of the sons in a foster
home she was placed in. Lucas the son manipulated her by giving her what she thought was the love
she craved although it involved verbal and physical abuse. He would be very controlling and hit her
and claim, that is what love is and Callie knew no better. It got to the extent where he made her
commit sexual acts against her will but at the time she didn t see anything wrong with it. The son
knew he would get away with it because if she told anyone being a foster child she would be placed in
juvey for committing sexual acts with a family member and be placed back in the system. In another
home Callie and Jude were placed in a home of two addicts who forced them to do all the house
chores. The father was never sober, and it was a very toxic household to live in. The violence often
escalated and even got to the point where they both almost lost their lives because the father of the
household owned a gun and attacked them one night while
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The Demand And Supply Model
Part A: The demand and supply model is the representation of the demand in comparison with the
effects on the price of the product or the service, the demand and supply model is the backbone of
economic analysis and involves the measure of price elasticity and the shifts/ demands these events
cause to the demand and supply and the effects on substitutes and compliments of the good or service
as well as finding price and supply equilibrium. The particular article explores the excess demand of
chocolate and the possible increase of prices in order to try decrease demand. After applying the
demand and supply model to the article it suggests that there is only a slight decrease in demand due
to price increase and suggests that this would have an impact on compliments whilst having a small
positive impact on substitutes. This analysis is important as the effects of prices on chocolate will
possibly have a major impact on the economy. The article is about the excess demand of chocolate and
the demand outstripping the supply and producing less than the world eats, the decrease in supply is
said to be caused by factors including dry weather and a fungal disease in Ghana where almost 70% of
the cocoa is produced. In further economic analysis the law of demand states that the demand of a
good and service are inversely related. When the price of a product increases, the demand for the
product will fall. The determination of supply is: production cost, firm s expectation about
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How Is Edmund Relevant In The Chronicles Of Narnia
While one can find many aspects of the movie as proofs for ritual theories, the theories surrounding
the concept of belief is also very much relevant within the movie The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion,
the Witch and the Wardrobe. In specific Richard Gombrich s theory of cognitive versus affective
beliefs. This theory highlights what an individual voices to be true (as in what he believes to be
true/important) in comparison to what their actions show to be true/important to the individual. This is
a particularly interesting theory and the manner that it implies to the movie in that it explains and
enhances the character of Edmund. Edmund is a crucial character like mentioned already, and the
choices he makes is what eventually changes circumstances
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Process Costing
EXERCISE 3 1: Process Costing and Job Order Costing [LO1]
Which method of determining product costs, job order costing or process costing, would be more
appropriate in each of the following situations? * a. An Elmer s glue factory. * b. A textbook publisher
such as McGraw Hill. * c. An Exxon oil refinery. * d. A facility that makes Minute Maid frozen
orange juice. * e. A Scott paper mill. * f. A custom home builder. * g. A shop that customizes vans. *
h. A manufacturer of specialty chemicals. * i. An auto repair shop. * j. A Firestone tire manufacturing
plant. * k. An advertising agency. * l. A law office.
EXERCISE 3 2: Job Order Costing Documents [LO2]
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* a. $80,000 in raw materials were purchased on account. * b. $71,000 in raw materials were
requisitioned for use in production. Of this amount, $62,000 was for direct materials and the
remainder was for indirect materials. * c. Total labor wages of $112,000 were incurred. Of this
amount, $101,000 was for direct labor and the remainder was for indirect labor. * d. Additional
manufacturing overhead costs of $175,000 were incurred.
Required:
Record the above transactions in journal entries.
EXERCISE 5 1: Fixed and Variable Cost Behavior
Espresso Express operates a number of espresso coffee stands in busy suburban malls. The fixed
weekly expense of a coffee stand is $1,200 and the variable cost per cup of coffee served is $0.22.
Required:
* 1. Fill in the following table with your estimates of total costs and cost per cup of coffee at the
indicated levels of activity for a coffee stand. Round off the cost of a cup of coffee to the nearest tenth
of a cent.
 2. Does the average cost per cup of coffee served increase, decrease, or remain the same as the
number of cups of coffee served in a week increases? Explain.
EXERCISE 5 3: High Low Method
The Cheyenne Hotel in Big Sky, Montana, has accumulated records of the total electrical costs of the
hotel and the number of occupancy days over the last year. An occupancy day represents a room
rented out
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Targeted Therapy
Targeted therapy in the treatment of cancer Student ID 39298 Class HAS 3 Word count
Targeted therapy, which first became available in the late 1990s, has had a significant impact on the
treatment of cancer. Currently, because of advancement in the field of technology, various types of
therapies are discovered to treat cancer. In this essay, targeted therapy is defined as a therapy in which
various drugs or other substances are used to recognize and kill the cancerous cells without harming
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One of them is Gleevec (Imatinib mesylate), a tyrosine kinase inhibitor, was called a magical bullet .
This was the first targeted therapy drug used to treat cancer. It was invented in the late 1990 s, to treat
chronic myeloid leukemia and gastrointestinal stromal growth . Imatinib is tyrosine kinase inhibitors.
Tyrosine kinase is a protein that cells use to signal to each other to grow (Iqbal and Iqbal, 2014, p.1).
It works by preventing a tyrosine kinase enzyme and therefore inhibits growth factor induced receptor
phosphorylation and blocks the PDGF/PDGFR and P13 k/Akt pathway (Kheradmand, et.al.2016,
p.83). According to Richardson (2010, p.679), the drug Velcade was also known as Bortezomib is
useful in the treatment of multiple myelomas. The main goal of this drug is to lower the tumor growth
significantly. The American cancer society (2013, para.20) studies show Bortezomib is a proteasome
inhibitor . It works by blocking or slowing down the action of proteosome is to break down protein in
both healthy and cancerous cells. When proteosome activity is blocked, proteins in the cells
accumulate. This accumulation may cause cells to stop growing and multiplying, and cause them to
die and Sutent (Sunitinib) is a drug used to treat metastatic renal cell carcinoma. It is currently
approved as a second line treatment of MRCC. Sunitinib inhibits the vascular endothelial growth
factor receptor and stops the growth of tumors (Kolesar, et.al. 2008, pp.123 131). It is considered as a
multi targeted kinase inhibitor because it is a type of VEGF inhibitor, an angiogenesis inhibitor, and it
blocks an enzyme called tyrosine kinase. By doing all of this, it slows cancer growth and keeps tumors
from making their own blood vessels to help them grow and spread (American
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How Does Tom React To Gatsby s Death
4. When Myrtle is killed and someone sees it s a yellow car that killed her, Tom gets a bit nervous
(and puts himself above his grief for a while to appease his selfishness). He grabs Wilson and tells him
that the yellow car wasn t Tom s. Later, Nick reports that Wilson announced that he had a way of
finding out who the yellow car belonged to. Tom said Wilson was crazy enough to kill me if I hadn t
told him who owned the car. and they eventually find out it was Gatsby 5. Nick likes and admires
Gatsby throughout the novel. He at one point says that Gatsby is worth more than all of the other
characters in his narrative put together. He simply feels that Gatsby deserves a strong showing at the
funeral. Nick also believes he sees something in Gatsby that others don t. Psychologically, particularly
if we recognize that Nick is an unreliable narrator, this gives Nick a feeling of superiority. He alone
recognizes Gatsby s worth. He comes off as a better person because he gives Gatsby the worth and ...
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Gatsby s father arrives to attend Gatsby s funeral. His character serves several functions. First of all,
we learn what Gatsby was like as a boy. Mr. Gatz shows the notes that the young James Gatz wrote in
his Hopalong Cassidy book, and we learn that Gatsby had big dreams very early and was driven to
achieve: He was bound to get ahead. 7. When Gatsby was alive, he would throw huge, lavish parties.
Many people were more than willing to visit Gatsby when they could enjoy themselves (literally at his
expense), but in death he is basically abandoned.Gatsby himself was determined to be popular and to
be seen; after his death, few people seem to care about him.Although Gatsby had spent most of his life
trying to put his past behind him and had even changed his name from the name ( Gatz ) he had at
birth, in the end his father is one of only two people present who had been close to him. Even Nick
Carraway had never been particularly close to
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Love Is a Gifted Token Gradually Accepted by a Fragile...
Within this world where love is a gifted token gradually accepted by the fragile heart, love itself is a
power, a blessing in all its glory. For love brings the beauty of the ripest fruit and carries the whispers
of lustrous eves.
Yet within such a delicate world, love itself is often a curse; thorns that prick the careless skin left bare
from the worlds impurity. Ripened fruit will surely sour and become distasteful upon indulgence.
Love itself will perish and it s budding will come to an unsatisfying end. But should love truly be
allowed to become a futility? A hopeless clutch that the weak and poor are grazed by?
This is the story of an undying love, a world created just for the two of them; The girl who wondered
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The young man appeared to be loitering, his dulled eyes occupied by the presence of the trees finery.
Yet what proceeded next was somewhat of a curiosity for the trees and their gnarled and lifeless
branches. The man had outstretched his withdrawn hand and began tracing the barks imperfections.
What a pretty tree that accompanies me. His voice had resonated the woods composure for the man
had spoken with the kindest of lips; soft and sweet yet untampered by bitterness. The woods itself was
grazed by such tenderness, for it was used to the silence a lifeless being endures. However this
raggedy man s eyes lacked the tenderness his hands had created. They were dull, impassive . The
young man reached behind his back, a place where a woods with such short sightedness could not see.
The man brought his hand forward. Within his feeble hand was an axe. That beauty you own, I will
create you into the perfect gift for my love. He said as his axe was swung from loving and delicate
hands.
And thus the woods remembered the boy who once lived amongst the trees. It appeared he had
returned, but this time as a woodcutter.
Many years ago, living within the woods was a boy who craved the comfort of another humans touch.
He would watch the villagers from afar as they trespassed the outskirts of the woods. In his early
youth, the boy would view humans through the optimistic and pure eyes a child possesses. He would
try to greet
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Case Study National Century Bank
TABLE OF CONTENT 1 | Introduction | 2 | 2 | Question 1 | 3 | 3 | Question 2 | 4 | 4 | Question 3 | 6 | 5
| Question 4 | 9 | 6 | Question 5 | 11 | 7 | Conclusion | 12 | INTRODUCTION Century National Bank
has offices in several cities in the Midwest and the southeastern part of the United States. Mr. Dan
Selig, president and CEO, would like to know the characteristics of his checking account customer. To
better understand the customers, Mr. Selig asked Ms. Wendy Lamberg, director of planning, to select a
sample of customers and prepare a report. To begin, she has appointed a team from her staff and the
team has selected a random sample of 60 customers. All the information gathered is tabulated in the
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For many years the mean checking balance has been $1600. Does the sample data indicate that the
mean account balance has declined from this value? SOLUTION µ (Checking balance) = $1600.00
Number of customers, n = 60 In this case, level of significance, α was not provided. Therefore, the
analysis will be evaluated based on two α values which are: α = 0.05; Zα = 1.65 α = 0.01; Zα = 2.33
Hypotesis testing 1) H0 : µ ≥ 1600 H1 : µ lt; 1600 2) α = 0.05 α = 0.01 3) Left tail test Z(0.05) = 1.65
Z(0.01) = 2.33 4) Z calculated : 1.65 2.33 α=0.05 α=0.01 Z= 1.2994 5) From calculations, computed z
value is more than 1.65 and falls within Ho not rejected region. Ho is not rejected at α = 0.05 amp; α =
0.01 significance levels. It is concluded that the mean checking balance is still similar or more than
$1600 QUESTION 3 Recent years have also seen an increase in the use of ATM machines. When Mr.
Selig took over the bank, the mean number of transactions per month per customer was 8; now he
believes it has increased to more than 10. In fact, the advertising agency that prepares TV commercial
for Century would like to use this on the new commercial being designed. Is there sufficient evidence
to conclude that the mean number of transactions per customer is more than 10 per month? Could the
advertising agency say the mean is more than 9 per month? SOLUTION
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Company of Wal-Mart
Wal Mart Stores Inc. is the largest retail company in the United States and has been ranked number
one on the Fortune 500 Index by Fortune Magazine. However despite the fact that the company is big,
it has not survived or evaded the normal challenges that corporations go through, irrespective of
whether private or public (David, 2012). For instance, the living wage bill of the United States
resulted in Wal Mat threatening to close down its stalls in the United States. Due to its resolution to
cutting down on its employees, Wal Mart has also been characterized by customer complaints as a
result of empty shelves.
This served as an advantage to the competitors such as the Kohl s, Safeway, Target, and Walgreens. In
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The recent years have also seen Wal Mart exit from the Canadian, German and South Korean markets.
Below is a Competitive Profile Matrix for Wal Mart against two of its main competitors, Kohl, and
Target. Wal Mart Target K Mart
Critical Success Factors Weight Rating Weighted Score Rating Weighted Score Rating Weighted
Score Product Quality 0.10 4 0.40 4 0.40 3 0.30
Price Competitiveness 0.05 1 0.05 1 0.05 1 0.05
Management 0.50 3 0.15 4 0.20 3 0.15
Financial Position 0.05 4 0.20 3 0.15 2 0.10 Global Expansion 0.10 4 0.40 1 0.10 2 0.20
Inventory Systems 0.05 3 0.15 3 0.15 3 0.15
Market Share 0.05 4 0.20 3 0.15 2 0.10
Customer Service 0.10 3 0.30 4 0.40 3 0.30
TOTAL 1.00 1.85 1.60 1.35
Rating values are as follows (for both matrices):
1 = high level of weakness
2 = low level of weakness
3 = low level of strength
4 = high level of strength.
External factor evaluation matrix for Wal Mart Inc
Key External Factors Weight Rating Weighted Score
Opportunities
1. Conversion of regular stores into supermarkets 0.10 3 0.3
2. Economic conditions cause greater demand for low priced products 0.07 2 0.14
3. Consumers increased use of mobile and social marketing to increase purchasing 0.05 2 0.10
4. Growth plan to open new supercenters in United States and abroad 0.10 4 0.40
5. Increase in online shopping 0.08 3 0.24
6. Wide
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The Different Adaptations of Dracula
Ever since Bram Stoker wrote his entrancing novel people have been adapting it, and the story is one
of the most reproduced ideas in history. Each innovation of the novel influences the story for the
creators own purpose, and in doing so generates another version of Dracula. Count Dracula has
become an infamous character in history, and has been captured in many different mediums, such as
the Japanese anime and manga series Vampire Hunter D, which follows Draculas son D in his
adventures (Kikuchi). However, one of the adaptations that endures in modern minds is the 1992 film
by Francis Ford Coppola, Bram Stoker s Dracula. This version of Dracula was meant to be loyal to the
novel, but it diverged from the original in many ways.
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Indeed Mina s attraction to Dracula in the film leads to one of the defining alterations between the
film and movie adaption, the humanization of Dracula. The subtitle of the 1992 film is Love Never
Dies, (Coppola) which is the love between Dracula and his wife Elisabeta, who is the spitting image of
Mina, and is also represented by Winona Ryder. Throughout the film Dracula tries to win over Mina in
order to regain his love with Elisabeta, who commits suicide after false rumours of Draculas death are
feed to her by priest. The betrayal by the priest and his wife s death, makes Dracula curse god, and
therefore become a vampire. The background story of the character Dracula makes the monster almost
understandable, and the audience begins to sympathize with Dracula. (0:33 5:38)
Even more, the nauseating cruel looking (49) creature described in the novel is turned into a charming
young Gary Oldman. Although Coppola starts the film with a brilliant representation of Stoker s
monster, he seems to embellish on the younger Dracula (12:44 13:00). In the novel Dracula becomes
younger by gorging himself with blood, but Jonathan Harker describes him like a filthy leech,
exhausted with his repletion (83). Coppola makes the monster more of a human, and the audience can
feel for his and Mina s love affair. Also, Jonathan seems distant from Mina, and this makes the love is
even more
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Samsung Competitive Advantage
Further development of the enterprise depends on way it performs under outer factors of the market.
Regarding Porter s model of business competition forces, the company s position is analyzed
throughout five aspects (Mind Tools Editor Team, 2016). There is a significant threat of the new
competitions as this company is not the only retailer company in the world of electronics and gadgets.
Buyer s behavior defines the future effectiveness of the company as it mostly depends on the way
representatives of the target market are ready to buy top notch products by Apple and Samsung. On
this level of business performance, individual success of the company is closely connected with the
way these companies present themselves and their products on the market. At the same time, the
position of the enterprise s suppliers is vital as they define the competitiveness and variety of goods to
present to the customers. Finally, the competitiveness between the existing members of the market my
significantly influences the GWEL s performance throughout the first several years. Apparently, the
GWEL expects to invest a significant amount of income into further development of the company for
the following five years concerning strong positions of the competitors on the market. To get a
competitive advantage, the GWEL has a developed approach towards each of the five aspects. The
enterprise defines it activity through analysis of the competitors and their paradigms of market
behavior to outline
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Eco Accounting
Treatment of Consolidated Environmental Accounting
The business activities of companies and other organizations in the modern socio economic system
have expanded in scale, diversified, and become globalized to a degree not experienced previously. A
great number of companies have been established corresponding to each purpose, and group
management is practiced.
In a group management system, the independent decision making ability of group companies is
limited. At the same time, the primary objective becomes management of the group, limiting the
environmental impact of the holding company itself, which essentially consigns functions such as
production, sales, and distribution. In such cases it becomes difficult to perceive the actual ... Show
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(1) Aggregation of Environmental Conservation Cost
The double booking of environmental conservation cost through internal transactions conducted
among members of the same business group should be eliminated to the greatest extent possible.
(2) Calculation of Environmental Conservation Benefit
In principle, the environmental conservation benefit calculated for each member of the same business
group is to be combined. Benefit clearly double booked is to be eliminated.
(3) Calculation of Economic Benefit Associated with Environmental Conservation Activities
In principle, the economic benefit calculated for each member of the same business group is to be
combined. Benefit clearly double booked is to be eliminated.
Treatment of Equity Ratio in Aggregation
Methods for aggregating the environmental accounting data for related companies include aggregating
the total or gross amount, or aggregating amounts or volume multiplied by the equity ratio of each
related company.
Disclosure of Environmental Accounting Information
The Guidelines recommend the voluntary disclosure of environmental accounting information from
the standpoint of the external functions of environmental accounting, by means of the environmental
report.
While the Guidelines provide consideration of a simple approach
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The Hobbit
J. R. R. Tolkien Report This report contains information about J. R. R. Tolkien s life and
achievements. Many have found this to be an interesting topic; as Tolkien has claimed the respect and
love of many who are both related and unrelated to him by blood. A short list of his achievements
includes these topics: Tolkien s participation in the first World War, many of his writings, his
graduation from more than one of England s finest and lesser known colleges/universities, and his
relationship formed with his currently famous writer and friend, C. S. Lewis. As one of the many
information suppliers for the biography website, Biography.com posted, J.R.R. Tolkien is an
internationally renowned fantasy writer. He is best known for authoring The Hobbit and the Lord of
the Rings trilogy. (However, this informant s name is not mentioned in the website) The first topic this
report will cover will be Tolkien s early life. Tolkien is reported to have moved to England early in his
life. However, Tolkien was born quite literally half a world away. Tolkien s place of birth is recorded
as Bloemfontein, South Africa. Born on January 3, in 1892, Tolkien was born to mature into an era
dominated by a great and terrible war between the great nations of the world, however, this essay will
cover that topic at an ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
One night while grading tests during his teaching career at Oxford, Tolkien spontaneously wrote the
following phrase on a sheet of paper: In a hole in the ground there lived a Hobbit. Though no one,
even Tolkien himself, could discern where that sentence came from, it led to the writing and
publication of many of Tolkien s pieces. The more well known of Tolkien s works include the Lord of
the Rings series and the novel The Hobbit. There is much speculation as to how much of Tolkien s
works were inspired by his wartime experiences, though much evidence has surfaced to back said
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My Life And Times Of Madam
In the life of an entrepreneur one should expect, risk, decisions, success, and even failure, but that
didn t stop the likes of Madam C.J. Walker, a woman who reared even the greatest of entrepreneurial
risk while fighting for something bigger than herself. In the biography entitled, On Her Own Ground:
The Life and Times of Madam C.J. Walker, by A Leila Bundles, and published by Scribner, Walker s
own great great granddaughter tells the tale of a lifetime of a woman who started her business own her
own ground in her own way. The main idea of this book is to profess Madam C.J. Walker s own
personal story in a very sentimental perspective. No detail is left unwritten about her prolific journey
from a slave to a self made millionaire. I am ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
At the time of January 1, 1848, inventory, Minerva was not yet Owen s wife and neither of them had
any children (p.28). Walker s parents were 38 years of age at the time of her birth. She was born a free
child on her family s small shack and rented plot of ground on a plantation in a village called Delta
located in Madison Parish, Louisiana. Walker was born just four years after the Emancipation
Proclamation was declared to free all persons held as slaves free. She was also born during a time of
political upheaval where newly black delegates for the Louisiana Constitutional Convention would
introduce civil rights legislation to outlaw segregation on public property. On December 31, eight days
after Sarah s birth, Pickney B.S. Pinchback, another black delegate who would later serve as acting
lieutenant governor of the state, introduced civil rights legislation outlawing segregation on trains, on
ferries and in public places (p.31). Following that, the Knights of the White Camellia would strike
back to the equality with other races with violence and intimidation. Fortunately, Madison Parish,
Louisiana was not as exposed to the severe violence of this organization due to the small town and
federal troops located nearby in Vicksburg (p.31). In addition, the times were dangerous but little
walker would soon grow to know of the dangers that surrounded the post slavery time period. The
turmoil and violence of the 1860s
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  • 2. Conflict Theory And Symbolic Interaction Theory Ad by Deals Plugin | Close The theories that I found related to the movie I chose was conflict theory and symbolic interaction theory. Conflict theory holds that social order is maintained by domination and power, rather than consensus and conformity. Conflict theory also ascribes most fundamental developments in human history, such as democracy and civil rights, to capitalistic attempts to control the masses rather than desire for social order. Symbolic interaction theory is a theory that human interaction and communication is facilitated by words, gestures, and other symbols that have conventionalize meanings. Symbolic interaction people attach meanings to symbols, and then they act according to their subjective interpretation of the symbols. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The girl Montage garden gnome and the boy Capulet garden gnome fall in love. The families then battle and come to terms that their values are the same. Second, conflict theory relates to the movie because the movie was based on two different social groups. The different social groups didn t want any relations with one another. For example, the major conflict of the movies was the relationship that formed between the Capulet and Montague genomes. The relationship caused a war between the families. Last, Symbolic interaction theory relates to the movies because the movie used to label to identify the different social groups. The symbols of the groups were their hats which showed that they were genomes. The different symbolic interactions between the groups were the color of their hats. For example, the Capulet s hats were red and the Montague s hats were blue. The Capulet s were represented as a lower standard social class than the Montages. I liked having this assignment. The assignment gave me the ability to see the different theories in other perspectives. I also enjoyed having the time to watch one of my favorite movies as a school project. I didn t think that there was anything wrong with the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Ethnic Groups In The United States In accordance to the functional theory of stratification developed by Kinsley Davis and Wilber Moore, Individuals are naturally stratified. Therefore, a society of equal reward and status for all individuals is impossible (1945). It is further argued that human societies reflect those of beehives, concentrated around central leadership with complex relationships and many different layers of status and power. Though some may agree with this statement, this essay will argue that when an ethnic group is repeatedly and unjustifiably oppressed throughout history, their chances for development and progress as a group and as individuals become limited. Inequality and unwarranted treatment of individuals due to their ethnic belonging and cultural differences ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... According to which immigrants and their descendants were discouraged from maintaining close ties with their countries and cultures of origin and instead were encouraged to assimilate into the American way of life. However, on the other side of the borders, here in Canada, we are not doing much better than our Americans neighbors. Although our laws do not specifically target black members of the community, they are racialized and focus on the indigenous people of Canada. Nearly one third of federal prisoners are Aboriginals, while they consist of only three percent of the total population in Canada (Sudbury 2004b). In some provinces like Saskatoon a whopping 76% of prisoners are compiled by our indigenous population (Cuthand 2000). This is a shocking number, and a complete un proportionate representation of this group in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. What Is The Theme Of Edmund In King Lear 5.2 Edmund We meet Edmund at the very beginning of the play where Gloucester introduces him to Kent as his illegitimate son and jokes about his illegitimacy in front of him. We do feel bad for him, but this soliloquy reveals his true self and his intentions: Th ou, nature, art my goddess; to thy law My services are bound. Wherefore should I Stand in the plague of custom, and permit Th e curiosity of nations to deprive me, For that I am some twelve or fourteen moon shines Lag of a brother? Why bastard? wherefore base? Legitimate Edgar, I must have your land: Our father s love is to the bastard Edmund As to the legitimate: fine word, legitimate! Well, my legitimate, if this letter speed, And my invention thrive, Edmund the base Shall top the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... (1.2. 1 13) Edmund is the great villain of King Lear. The illegitimate son of Gloucester who knows that Edgar the legitimate son will inherit all his father s properties uses his brain to get the throne. He uses his father s good nature by showing him a letter supposedly written by Edgar against him. On the other hand he conned Edgar saying that his father is against him thus inducing him to leave the kingdom. He betrays both of them seeing them as mere objects for manipulation. Edgar is humiliated by his own father for his bastardy. Gloucester even talks openly in front of him with Kent about how this illegitimacy embarrasses him. Edmund uses his bastardy as a justification for his evil acts. As he is considered a bastard he decides to act as one. However, there is one important thing that should be emphasized revenge is not the driving force of his actions but rather greed, self interest, and egoism. Even at the end he thinks about himself: Yet Edmund was belov d:/The one the other poison d for my sake, / And after slew herself . He has no reason to hate neither his father nor his brother. He has no intention to hurt them; he only sees them as a nuisance to become an ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Macbeth Ambition English Assignment Term 3 Representations of ambition within Macbeth Within Macbeth, there are numerous representations of human values and conflicts, including duty vs. desire, the effects of a guilty conscience on the human journey and the differences between genders, and the superiority of men within the play, and the modern era. The value foregrounded throughout this text is the representations of ambition within the play Macbeth, and we will be focusing on the protagonist of the story, ironically named Macbeth. The effect of ambition can be a double edged sword. Ambition can provide a person with desire, so that they can accomplish goals, and give them a kick start towards them. On the other hand, however, ambition can ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Once he murders the King Duncan, he knows that he must prolong his undeserved spot as King, as the repercussions will be that of the actions that he have committed. This is due to the Chain of Being, which he has distinctly broken. Once this hypothetical chain is broken, which by the way, represents the natural order, the universe will be plundered into chaos, and righting the wrong will retain the natural order. Throughout the ending of the play, when Duncan s sons plot to overthrow Macbeth, he accepts his fate, and the apparitions stated by the three witches during their second meeting with Macbeth come to fruition. He knows of his imminent downfall, and within his final moments of life, he accepts defeat. I will not yield to kiss the ground before young Malcolm s feet, and to be baited with the rabble s curse. Though Birnam Wood be come to Dunsinane, and thou opposed, being of no woman born, yet I will try the last. Before my body I throw my warlike shield. Lay on, Macduff; and damned be him that first cries, Hold, enough! This scene marks the promised demise of Macbeth, and good once again conquering evil. His ambitions overall lead to his demise, and if he had either followed his orders from the King, who is a higher being on the Chain of Being , or gained the royal, majestic position through an accepted process, then his death would not have been sentenced and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Dream Deferred By Langston Hughes Essay Wrinkles on the Young : Dream Deferred Dream Deferred is one of the most well known poems written by Langston Hughes. Langston Hughes was born on February 1,1902 in Joplin, Missouri. Hughes was a massive voice during the black Harlem renaissance and a notable activist in the black community. His works are the musings of his past experiences and those he witnessed. For instance, Dream deferred emphasizes the forgotten/ignored dreams of the black community and others. Up and down, up and down is how the poem is shaped. The shape gives the impression of a an uphill battle or a long exhausting journey that takes forever. The shape connects to the feeling expressed by the speaker in the poem. Literally the speaker is communicating that following your dreams takes effort and perseverance. Dark dash at the end of line four, further emphasize the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For example the speaker says, Does it dry up/ like a raisin in the sun?/ or fester like a sore / and then run? This quote suggests that much like raisins , dreams shrivel up when left alone. Additionally, this quote shows that an ignored dream is physically painful. Much like sores, they can become contaminated if medicine is not applied. The image of a shriveling raisin left in the sun evokes the image of a flower that has not been watered in days. The image of the raisin reinforces the idea that dreams decay and no preservatives will prevent the natural process of time. Furthermore, the speaker asks, Does it stink like rotten meat?/ Or crust and sugar over like a sugary sweet? This line is indirectly saying that when dreams are ignored, they will eventually disappear. But the scent (thought) of it never will. On the other hand, the second line supports the conclusion that dreams are only useful when they are brand new; ] once pushed off to the side, they lose their ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Hearing Screenings Without hearing screenings average diagnosis of permanent hearing loss is greater than 2 years old. Late diagnosis of hearing loss has been one of the contributing factors of reduced language skills in children (Durieux Smith, Fitzpatrick, Whittingham, 2008). Since the early 1980s, the Joint Committee on Infant Hearing has published recommendations and multiple position statements which support the use of newborn hearing screenings, to decrease the age of diagnosis of children with permanent hearing loss. By 2000, there was a federal law to support universal newborn hearing screenings (UNHS). The law also promoted early intervention for children with hearing loss, in hopes to improve speech/language abilities for children with hearing loss ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The study included children who received a diagnosis of a congenital or early onset (before 6 months) permanent hearing loss that was not medically treatable (Durieux Smith et al., 2008). Data was collected from the groups of children who were identified with permanent hearing loss through a targeted high risk screening program, a universal newborn hearing screening program, or through a medical referral either with risk factors or without factors. Data on the onset of permanent hearing loss, route to referral, etiology, age at diagnosis, and amplification fitting were all obtained from their medical charts to determine the primary outcomes of language abilities with early identification. Results from the study showed children screened at infancy were diagnosed earlier than those referred with risk factors (Durieux Smith et al., 2008). Children with risk factors, in turn, were diagnosed earlier than referred without risk factors. Although, the age of diagnosis of referred children was seen to improve over time, it remained significantly higher than children receiving screenings. However, this trend of earlier diagnosis may reflect greater awareness of hearing loss. Results from this study indicate UNHS leads therefore earlier diagnosis and to earlier amplification, which then leads to earlier auditory stimulation (Durieux Smith et al., ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Various Methods of Resolving Industrial Disputes Dispute Resolution Methods Alberta s Labour Relations Code and Police Officers Collective Bargaining Act provide methods for resolving disputes including: Mediation Voluntary Arbitration Board Compulsory Arbitration Board Interest Arbitration Board Disputes Inquiry Board Public Emergency Tribunal Construction Industry Disputes Resolution Tribunal Introduction Collective bargaining is the process through which employers and employees establish the terms and conditions of employment in unionized workplaces. The vast majority of collective agreements in Alberta are reached through negotiations without outside assistance (over 80 per cent) or through negotiations using a provincially appointed mediator. Fewer than two per cent of collective ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The parties have a set amount of time to review the recommendations before they are posted publicly. They have 10 days to notify the Minister of their acceptance of the recommendations. If both parties accept the recommendations, they are binding. If one or both of the parties does not indicate acceptance of the recommendations, the Labour Relations Board conducts a vote of the party or parties that did not accept them. If the recommendations are rejected again after the vote, the parties can continue negotiating a settlement on their own, or give a 72 hour notice to strike or lockout. Government pays the costs associated with a DIB. Public Emergency Tribunal (PET) In the case of an existing, or imminent strike or lockout, the provincial government has the option to end a dispute by declaring a public emergency and referring the matter to a Public Emergency Tribunal (PET), which is a form of compulsory arbitration. This is only used when a dispute may result in damage to health or property (e.g., disruption of health services, water plant, etc.) or unreasonable hardship is placed on persons not involved in the dispute. A time period will be set during which the parties can meet on their own or with a government appointed mediator to reach a settlement. If a settlement cannot be reached on or before the fixed date, the dispute is referred to the PET. The PET process is initiated and the Minister fixes a deadline by which the PET must issue a binding award. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Coffe and the History of Ethiopia The popularity of coffee began with its introduction to Europe in the 17th century, a time when colonialism had brought many resources to countries like France and Britain. In Europe, coffee was a delicious beverage, and was very inexpensive due to the monopoly of coffee imports from colonized to colonizer. But while tea was still the preferred choice in North America, an increasingly higher tax on America s favorite beverage led to the Boston Tea Party. Tea forever came to be known for the British oppressor, and coffee became as popular in the U.S. as it was in Europe. The popularity of coffee remained because the colonies in Africa were required to export all precious resources to Europe. Despite the history of exploitation of resources in many African countries, the coffee industry in Ethiopia has thrived, taking a product that is in high demand and creating a stable economy, leading to the improvement of its citizen s economic prosperity. This is because Ethiopia was one of the few areas not colonized by European powers, letting it avoid the consequences of colonialism and focus on the development of a country. Since the beginning of imperialism, Ethiopia has stood apart from other African nations. Being one of the only two countries in Africa that had not been colonized, Ethiopia had great potential to thrive without the distraction of foreign powers. In 1896 Ethiopia defeated Italy at the Battle of Adwa, which remains famous today as the first victory of an African ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. The Core Goal Of Villanova University The core goal of Villanova University, in essence any university, is to cheaply produce critical thinkers while making money at the same time. Unfortunately for students, this process is not in their favor. In an increasingly capitalistic society, universities have gradually evolved into businesses. An example of this corporatization of the academy is the adjunct professor. Through no fault of their own, adjuncts have become pawns in a money making process which inevitably harms the students by violating their freedom and reason. Adjunct professors are hired by the university in order to save money. This tactic, however, becomes a problem for the students for a few reasons. Adjuncts may have another job while working at the university and therefore would not be able to devote a lot of time to students. Temporary professors are also paid less and may not invest as much time to their students or teachings simply because they do not care. Finally, even if the professor was an exceptional teacher he or she may permanently leave the university he or she was working at and cannot be contacted by students for references. Professors are meant to be educator[s] [who] must try to develop men and women who can and who will by themselves continue what he has begun: the end product of any liberating education is simply the self educating, self cultivating man and woman; in short the free and rational individual (Mills, 1959, p. 187). However, even though there are obvious problems ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. What Is Substantive Conflict Conflict happens when people do not agree in a public situation which developed resentments creating a negative atmosphere among people or group (Schermerhorn, 2011). A person might develop emotional conflict caused by anger, trusting issues and resentment which caused a negative energy that affects other and becomes distracting (Schermerhorn, 2011). For instance, when an employee that is having relationship problems outside work, affects their performance. Also, seeking comfort with other employees can become a stressing situation. In contrast, substantive conflict is related to achieving goals in the workplace (Schermerhorn, 2011). Dealing with coworkers can be challenging because of their cultures. For instance, employees might disagree on task assignments, policies, and rules because of their beliefs (Schermerhorn, 2011). The problems associated with conflict are ignoring the issues. For instance, if the employee begins to notice favoritism, his ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This might not seem a conflict, but it became when employees began disagreeing and were uncomfortable of the living conditions. Also, employees started getting sick and missed two or three days of work. The situation had to be brought to the owners because we were so behind with our job. To resolve and avoid future conflict, they bought a lock box where the setting could be changed by them. Conflict among the workplace might start as nothing but could have negative consequences if is not addressed in a timely fashion matter. References Anthony, Leigh. (2016). Conflict Resolution Approaches for the Workplace. Retrieved from http://smallbusiness.chron.com/conflict resolution approaches workplace 2838.html Schermerhorn, J. (2011). Organizational Behavior and Management. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Custom Learning Solution. ISBN 13: ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Coral Reef Outline I. Coral Reefs are made up of tiny corals. When a coral dies it leaves its skeleton behind. When other corals see the skeleton they stack up their skeleton. Eventually, there will be a growing reef. Coral reefs have been forming around the world for 500 million years and are sadly starting to die due to pollution. II. Coral reefs have many reasons why they are good in your area. A. Coral Reefs provide habitats for large amounts of fish. B. Coral Reefs provide 30 billion dollars worth of goods and services. C. Coral Reefs protect coastlines from powerful waves, flooding, and coastal eroding 1. In some regions of the world, people depend on the reefs for protection and food 2. A well managed square kilometer of coral reef could yield ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Coral polyps are primarily responsible for reef building B. Not every coral is able to make reefs. Although they do leave their skeletons behind C. Most stony corals have very small polyps, averaging 1 to 3mm. 1. They can form huge reefs if there is enough of them 2. they don t have a sufficient amount to create a reef 3.stony corals in colonies can grow huge and weigh tons IV. There are very cool and weird characteristics about corals A. Deep sea corals occur in deeper organic water B. Corals provide algae with a protected environment C. The algae produce oxygen for the corals 1. Deep sea corals occur eat plankton and organic matter 2. Corals give the algae the compounds they need to photosynthesize 6 V. There are many benefits of the coral population A. Coral Reefs provide a lot of food for the animals and humans B. Coral reefs provide jobs for people. C. Coral Reefs protect the coastline from storms 1. Some jobs are security and guiding people around the reefs VI. Pollution is starting to kill most of the reefs around the world A. There is enough plastic in the reefs to go to the moon and halfway back. B. The pollution might grow by 40% in the next seven ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. To What Extent Can Urban Areas Be Sustainable Urban sustainability is the idea that an urban area can be organised without excessive reliance on the surrounding countryside and be able to power itself with renewable sources of energy. The aim of this is to create the smallest possible environmental footprint and to produce the lowest quantity of pollution possible, to efficiently use land, compost used materials, recycle it or convert waste to energy, and to make the urban area overall contribution to climate change minimal. Therefore allowing the next generations and future generations to have the required resources without compromising them. It is estimated that over 50% of the world s population now lives in urban areas and that this will rise to 70% by 2050. Such a change will ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Curitiba recycles 2/3 of its household waste this figure is one of the highest in the world. The recycling plants are made up of recycled material and employ people who find it hard to get jobs for example immigrants and disabled people, this makes the employees feel valued and it helps to improve the lives. Colour co ordinating teams collect the waste that has been separated in inorganic and organic waste. It is then sorted and sent out to other recycling plants to process. Cans are recycled at the fraction of the cost of producing new ones. There are also special teams, which go out and collect very large items, which would be too difficult and possibly expensive for someone to try and recycle themselves so would be fly tipped as a result. The green exchange was introduced in Curitiba in 1990, this scheme was to encourage the poor to recycle their waste in return for food produce or bus transport tickets. This has proved to be a valuable service for the poor as they live in areas, which are hard for the recycling team to access. They deliver their waste to a waste station and in return for their rubbish they can be exchanged for bus tickets, food, and school books, this system was a great success and saw Participation among Curitiba households reached 70% in the 1990s. Curitiba s strategy turned waste into a resource, thereby unleashing a range of positives. The widespread problem of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Self Reflection Coming into a college writing course, I did not expect it to be easy. Throughout high school essays were very easy to write due to teachers cutting way too much slack and handing out easy grades. Writing has always been difficult for me, but I feel this is because I have not been challenged yet to demonstrate my full writing ability. I had yet to develop my own voice as a writer. Throughout this course, I was met with many challenges to bring out the true writer inside of me and because of this, I was ultimately able to grow as a writer. The essays that I have written throughout the WRC 1013 course demonstrate that I have developed better annotation skills, communication skills and personal responsibility skills; however, I still need to improve in proofreading and learning how to receive more revisions from my peers. After going through my essays, one self reflection throughout my papers I was able to gather was my growth in developing good annotation throughout my chosen sources. For example, in my first paper Behind the Screen VS. The Real World , my annotation and gathering information from sources was very poor. This is shown in the essay where I completely stated the opposite of what Rita Dove was trying to say in her piece Loose Ends . I state that, As you can see, this is one of many reasons as to how so much screen time can have a negative influence on people which is what Rita Dove is implying in her article ( Behind the Screen Vs. The Real World 2). This ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Tree Ecology In Battle Park Marianna Jones Tree ecology on two slopes in Battle Park Introduction Forest communities like Battle Park have different environmental factors within their area. On different slopes, depending on the direction it is facing, the soil and area could be wetter or drier. This study is looking to see if the north facing and south facing sites have differences in basal area, density, species richness, and diversity. Also, there may be some similarities in the area since both are from the same park. Much of the forest in Battle Park predates European settlement that occurred in the area around 1740 (North Carolina Botanical Garden 2014). Battle Park is a forest of continuity which means that it is a good representation of an old growth forest (Vandermast, personal communication). It has some invasive species, but many of the large trees growing there have remained untouched. The area was never cut down for human use, but some of the fallen logs were used for firewood (Vandermast, personal communication). Much of the other areas in the piedmont have had significant changes in the forest cover, changes in species, and mortality. The forest cover is steadily decreasing at a 7% rate while the mortality of trees ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... To see the differences of the two sites, basal area, density, species richness, and the Shannon diversity index were used. Basal area and density is the average amount of space of trees in hectares. Basal area is taken using the tree diameters while density uses the number of trees. Species richness is the number of species found. Abundance of each species is used to find the Shannon diversity index. The Sorensen similarity index compares the areas based on the number of the same species. Also, different species were looked at to find the relative basal area, relative density, and importance value of the trees. There were differences and similarities in both ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Alcohol Effect On Fetus Essay The Effects Alcohol Can Do to your Fetus Psychoactive drugs can not only act on the nervous system, but it can also change your moods and modify perceptions (Santrock). Psychoactive drugs can range from consuming caffeine products to taking methamphetamine; but alcohol can be devastating on the mother s offspring. Alcohol can cause abnormalities, disabilities, and deformities to the fetus when the mother consumes a heavy amount of alcohol. Any form of alcohol can leave a bad affect on the fetus, but it will not get better throughout the child s life. Before getting into detail, the first major factor apart of this problem is FASD. The textbook definition of FASD is, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder is a cluster of abnormalities and problems that appears in the offspring of mothers who drink alcohol heavily during pregnancy (Santrock). This disorder causes some abnormal facial and body characteristics such as: a smooth ridge between the nose and upper lip, small head size, vision or ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... If the mother drinks a lot of alcohol during each time she is pregnant, at least one child or none at all with had FASD (Santrock). When the mother drinks a heavy or light amount of alcohol, it can cause many negative effects to the fetus such as miscarriages and stillbirths. It can also range of lifelong physical, behavioral, and intellectual disabilities ( Alcohol ). Studies show that drinking 1 or 2 servings of alcohol a week will damage the fetus s development of the brain. Although, drinking small servings a week will not cause FASD. According to the National Institutes of Care and Health Excellence in Great Britain, they have concluded that, It is safe to consume one to two drinks not more than twice a week during pregnancy . The U.S. Surgeon General disagrees with that statement because they said, We recommend that no alcohol be consumed during pregnancy ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Applebee s Acquisition Of The IHOP Corp. 10 K Research Report FIN 400 IHOP CORPORATION The first International House of Pancakes ( IHOP ) restaurant opened in 1958 in Toluca Lake, California. IHOP was incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware in 1976. The company has intense growth plan. In November 2007, IHOP Corp. completed the acquisition of Applebee s International, Inc. (Applebee s) which became a wholly owned subsidiary of the company. The IHOP Corp 10K is larger than in years past due to this acquisition. The primary reason for the Applebee s acquisition was to add a growth vehicle in the casual dining segment of the restaurant industry. IHOP Corp. attribute the goodwill associated with the transaction to the long term historical performance and the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The restaurant industry is highly competitive, and that competition could lower their revenues, margins and market share. The business is subject to macroeconomic and other factors that may negatively impact the results of operations. Restaurant development plans under development agreements may not be implemented effectively. IHOP Corp. may have difficulty expanding in new markets outside the United States. Risks factors can also be related to franchises and the acquisition of Applebee s. Concentration of Applebee s franchised restaurants in a limited number of franchisees subjects IHOP to greater credit risk. Franchisees generally are not limited purpose entities , making them subject to business, credit, financial and other risks. IHOP Corp. business strategy may not achieve the anticipated results for Applebee s. The significant costs that they incur in connection with the acquisition may not be offset by cost savings in the future. IHOP may fail to realize the anticipated benefits of the acquisition as a result of risks associated with integrating the business of Applebee s with their existing business. IHOP may be unable to generate sufficient cash flow to satisfy their significant debt service obligations, which would adversely affect their financial condition and results of operations. IHOP believes the Applebee s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. The Existence Of Ancient Chinese Medicine In ancient China, it was relatively rare to dissect or otherwise violate human bodies because of a teaching from Confucius that the human body is sacred and not to be cut with a knife^, therefore the knowledge of anatomy in ancient China weren t often based on scientific knowledge, but instead assumption and reasoning.^ Thus many, if not all, of Chinese medicine are considered pseudoscience because it lacks scientific evidence for its effectiveness.^ Any effects from following traditional Chinese medicine are most likely to be psychological, as opposed to any actual biological healing taking place. And so, it s still important to advise caution when using conventional medicines and go to the doctors as opposed to relying solely on alternative ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It can cause dryness in the body and constipation, constipation due to dry intestines. The heart is a susceptible organ to attacks from summer heat, and the symptoms when summer heat attacks the the heart may be eye infections, nosebleeds, and the vomiting of blood. Those who walk through the rain, live in damp conditions, wear wet clothes or swim are exposed to the attacks of dampness. The symptoms of dampness attacks may be blisters, water retention, diarrhea and eczema. Other symptoms may include coughing up watery phlegm, gurgling in the intestine and difficulty urinating. Joints are vulnerable to dampness and it s believed that dampness can easily flow into the joints, similarly to water flowing. Attacks by dryness can cause symptoms like a dry cough, sore throat, dry skin and nose, thirst, constipation with dry stools. Dryness often attacks in autumn as the humidity is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Why Is John F Kennedy Responsible For Jfk Assassination John F. Kennedy was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald, the event created suspicion and fear across the country. JFK was assassinated on November 22nd, 1963 and the event led to many suspicious conspiracy theories. Many people were investigated and went to trial, but none of which had prominent evidence against them. It is possible that Oswald was working with or for someone, but there is no evidence to prove so. Lee Harvey Oswald had felt an indifference towards the economic and governmental ideals of the US. He was a US marine and was dismissed because he was not a sharp shooter. It was known that Oswald admired Fidel Castro and atempted to obtain a visa to go to Cuba. Lee Harvey Oswald also was suspected of being a communist because he admired Marxist theories and the USSR. Oswald was also a friend of George S. De Mohrenschildt, a Dallas, Tx oilman. It was reported that the oilmen were protesting against low wages,etc to the president. However, there is no evidence that De Mohrenschildt was involved in the assassination with Oswald. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A motion picture film taken by Charles L. Bronson showed a figure or figures in the sixth floor window of the Depository several minutes before the shots. Employees of the depository claim that they saw Oswald in the building carrying a bag, however some witnesses say that it wasn t big enough to carry a rifle. Suspicion arises on the trajectory of the bullet, it is unusual that only three bullets could cause so much damage while the bullet in the end looked untouched. Photographs were taken of the scene on the sixth floor of the depository that displayed stacked boxes that formed a sniper s position. Another proof of guilt is that Oswald was seen and followed outside of the depository by police officers. He killed a police officer in Dallas, 45 minutes after JFK was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. George S. Patton Jr. George S. Patton Jr. was born on November 11, 1885, in San Gabriel, California (Gale 2). His parents were George Smith Patton and Ruth Wilson. Their family was very wealthy because of his mother s father; he was a successful businessman (Ford 1734). Patton Jr. went to private school when he was twelve years old. The school was a wealthy school full of rich families. In 1902, Patton Jr. decided to go into the military. He attended the military academy at West point, New York. There, he met Beatrice Banning Ayer, daughter of a successful industrialist, who later became his wife. George Patton Jr. was a very athletic young man who played football at West Point, but unfortunately, he broke his arm while playing the sport he loved. He soon became excellent at track and field. He finished fifth in Stockholms Summer Olympics in 1912. George Patton Jr. graduated from West Point in June 1909 (Ford 1735). ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Henrik Ibsen Sacrifice A selfless act of putting others, or others needs before one s self is a sacrifice. It is because that person deems another individual necessities more important than their own. Mrs. Popov from the short literature story The Bear, A Joke in One Act, written by Anton Chekhov in the nineteenth century, demonstrates the true love, and faithfulness a woman holds for her disloyal and deceased husband. Nora, a character in the writing of A Dollhouse (Et Dukkehjem), written by Henrik Ibsen in 1879, validates the harsh choices a woman must choose to put her husband s ego in front of her own. Furthermore, both of these women make evident that sacrifices can be problematic for not only their selves, but for the others that are involved. By sacrificing something of great importance can lead to even greater rewards. Chekhov illustrates Mrs. Popov s dedication to her husband by writing Yes, I know, it s no mystery to you that he was often mean to me, cruel . ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A Dollhouse (Et Dukkehjem) presents a seemingly happy family, except everything is not as it appears. Nora and her husband, Torvald, are very much falling out of love, and money has become a present issue. These two so cold love birds conclude their relationship, and wind up in splits ville, population . . . two. On the contrary, The Bear, A Joke in One Act begins with a heart broken relationship. Mrs. Popove is recently windowed and has vowed to remain single for the rest of her days to come. Nevertheless, a stranger, Smirnov, emerges onto the scene, and is there to collect Mrs. Popove s deceased husband s debt. Though Mrs. Popove is adamant that she does not possess the money, Smirnov is persistent that she give him the money anyhow. Smirnov challenges the widow to a duel, and she willing accepts. Mrs. Popove and Smirnov begin a kiss scene at the close of the play. Thus begins a new romance in this story, as the other ends in heart ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Robert Frost Ambiguity The Ambiguity on Robert Frost s The road not chosen The road not chosen is a beautiful poem written by Robert Frost, which raises the metaphor of life as a journey in which alternatives force us to choose which path to follow. When we come to a fork, a crucial point of the journey, we must make a decision. We know that the future will depend on that choice. We can choose the most traveled road, the one that most people would choose (by habit or comfort) and therefore , will be easier since the path is marked, or venture down the road less traveled and build our own path, make our way before the difficulties, face obstacles and unforeseen events. The poet walks in the forest, has the option to choose between two roads that fork in a path of a yellow forest. The poet chooses the least traveled, but thinks about the possibilities that would have implied having taken the other path, the unelected one. He is aware of the difference, that this choice and this non choice will be perpetuated in the causal chain of his life. Live this feeling as a slight feeling of loss, rather than as a full anguish that would be the certainty of its unfathomable finitude. The poet concludes that he would have taken any path, since they ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The poet s decision to follow the path of art implies an awareness of the surrounding reality, its past, present and future with all its potential for expression, since it is attentive to the change in nature, in its ethos and in the art that has come dominating at the cost of innumerable sacrifices and overturns in life. Robert Frost poetry is more personal and introspective, and in it his mind becomes the scene of great psychological battles, as if his demons fought against chaos. He also found rhymes as simple as vigorous: with a single meter he could make infinite ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Imagery In Gary Soto s Small Town With One Road The poem, Small Town with One Road, by Gary Soto compares the life of the speaker from when he was a child to the life he has as an adult. The speaker of the poem is a Mexican who lives in a poor town where many of the people do manual labor to earn their income. At this point he is grown and has a daughter, but is in a town that reminds him of his childhood. Here, he describes the happy children in the neighborhood to the hard life he imagines he would have if he stayed in such a town in his adulthood. Soto uses imagery to further this comparison; he appeals to the senses to show the carefreeness of childhood, while also using images of hard work to show the plight of the adults in the town. Overall, Soto s use of imagery is successful ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This implies that they live in the South, and throughout the poem it describes them living in Mexico. Next, the children are going to pay for their candy with change and not paper money. While their candy probably does not cost that much, this still implies that the children are not wealthy enough to have dollar bills that they can go pay and get change back for. Another example of the children not being wealthy is, Where there s a dog for each hand, Cats, chickens in the yard . Something that Soto is trying to point out with his use of imagery is that even though the children do not have much money, they lives are still very good to them. While to adults, having lots of animals or living on a farm may allude to poverty, to children it means fun and lots of animals to play with. On the other hand, the imagery in the next half of the poem that Soto uses about adults is much more serious and sad than the imagery he has used for the children. A first example is The cotton gin stands tall in the money dream . This visual imagery is in reference to to picking cotton, or agriculture in general. Agricultural jobs are common among poor Mexican workers and are probably one of the only ways that many believe they can really earn money. In this second half of the poem, the author s use of imagery is mainly featured around jobs and money. A second example of imagery when the speaker is talking to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. History Of Welding Welding is a worldwide trade that can be found everywhere whether it be Golden Gate Bridge or the Empire State Building. It is the process of joining two pieces of metal together by melting them. This major discovery dates back to ancient times and is still advancing. Welding was used in the middle ages, became increasingly popular through the eighteen and nineteen hundreds, and still continues developing. Welding is something that dates back to simpler times like the Bronze Age. According to the Hobart Institute of Welding they would make, small circular boxes were made apparently by pressure welding lap joints together (History of Welding). This time is known for the well heard of career of blacksmithing where the blacksmith would weld ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. The History of Chemical Warfare and Its Effect on the... There are so many issues facing the world today that it is sometimes hard to understand why they occur and what they affect. Today it is apparent that many people take the environment of the earth for granted. Pollution, energy, and natural resources are all seen as an environmental element that can threaten our future and destroy the environment. But there is another threat to the environment that is certainly overlooked by today s society and was overlooked by many in the past. This element is the act of war. There are many different aspects of war that can affect the environment and the people of our world, but there is one specific facet of war that could be considered most detrimental chemical warfare. Chemical warfare is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The arrow was fired into the target of choice, usually an item of prey such as the antelope, with the hunter then tracking the doomed animal until the poison caused its collapse. Although this is not considered warfare between humans, this still provides knowledge on the use of chemicals to cause harm. From here we can infer that even the use of these chemicals in ancient times had an effect on the environment. If early humans were using chemicals to hunt and kill their prey, it may have created an unbalance in the habitat of the time. If the antelope population was to suddenly decrease with the use of chemicals, the predator of the antelope may starve and die, later causing a possible extinction of that particular species. Chemical weapons in the form of liquid were not the only type of chemicals used in the beginning of human history. The earliest recorded use of gas warfare in the West dates back to the 5th century BC, during the Peloponnesian War between Athens and Sparta. Spartan forces besieging an Athenian city placed a lighted mixture of wood, pitch, and sulfur under the walls hoping that the noxious smoke would incapacitate the Athenians, so that they would not be able to resist the assault that followed. Sparta wasn t alone in its use of unconventional tactics during these wars: Solon of Athens is said to have used hellebore roots to poison the water in an aqueduct leading from the Pleistrus River around 590 BC during the siege of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Psychology Workbook Essay I. INTRODUCTION Objective I.1 Define psychology: the science of behavior and mental processes. |Margin Learning Question(s) (if applicable) |Page(s) | |None | | Key Terms Psychology: the science of behavior and mental processes. Exercises 1. Put a check mark by each statement that is true regarding psychology. __X_ Psychologists study human behavior. __X___ Psychologists study animal behavior. ____X_ Psychologists study emotions and mental processes. _____ Psychology and common sense ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... | | Key Terms . Behaviorism a theory of learning based upon the idea that all behaviors are acquired through conditioning. Conditioning occurs through interaction with the environment. Behaviorists believe that our responses to environmental stimuli shape our behaviors. Observeable behavior Psychoanalysis emphasized the influence of the unconscious mind on behavior. Freud believed that the human mind was composed of three elements: the id, the ego, and the superego. Humanistic psychology humanistic psychology began as a reaction to psychoanalysis and behaviorism, which dominated psychology at the time. Psychoanalysis was focused on understanding the unconscious motivations that drive behavior while behaviorism studied the conditioning processes that produce behavior. Humanist thinkers felt that both psychoanalysis and behaviorism were too pessimistic, either focusing on the most tragic of emotions or failing to take into account the role of personal choice. Humanistic psychology was instead focused on each individual s potential and stressed the importance of growth and self actualization. The fundamental belief of humanistic psychology is that people are innately good and that mental and social problems result from deviations from this natural tendency. Cognitive psychology the branch of psychology that studies mental processes including how people ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Injustice In The Foster Care System Annotated Bibliography for Theme of Injustice in the Foster Care System Dickens, Charles. Oliver Twist. Ed. Philip Horne. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 2003.Print. Dickens portrays the cruel reality of what occurs in foster care and how negligently the kids placed in the system are treated throughout his novel, Oliver Twist. The story ultimately portrays how those placed in the system are exposed to more danger and abuse. Oliver Twist loses his innocence throughout the story due to being forced to commit criminal acts just to receive food or a place to live. Oliver was born in a workhouse and his mom died upon delivering so he was sent to an orphanage immediately. At the orphanage the kids are practically all starving and malnourished and treated ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Sixteen year old Callie and her twelve year old brother Jude went through several obstacles since becoming foster kids. They were often separated from each other due to various reasons such as age difference or simply most families looking to foster can only afford one child, they were also placed in a few abusive households which was due to lack of care from those in charge of reviewing foster parent s applications. In one of the homes they were placed in Callie was put in a really difficult situation which had a huge emotional toll on her that the trauma stuck with her for a few seasons. Due to lack of love and affection from anyone in her life Callie fell victim to one of the sons in a foster home she was placed in. Lucas the son manipulated her by giving her what she thought was the love she craved although it involved verbal and physical abuse. He would be very controlling and hit her and claim, that is what love is and Callie knew no better. It got to the extent where he made her commit sexual acts against her will but at the time she didn t see anything wrong with it. The son knew he would get away with it because if she told anyone being a foster child she would be placed in juvey for committing sexual acts with a family member and be placed back in the system. In another home Callie and Jude were placed in a home of two addicts who forced them to do all the house chores. The father was never sober, and it was a very toxic household to live in. The violence often escalated and even got to the point where they both almost lost their lives because the father of the household owned a gun and attacked them one night while ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. The Demand And Supply Model Part A: The demand and supply model is the representation of the demand in comparison with the effects on the price of the product or the service, the demand and supply model is the backbone of economic analysis and involves the measure of price elasticity and the shifts/ demands these events cause to the demand and supply and the effects on substitutes and compliments of the good or service as well as finding price and supply equilibrium. The particular article explores the excess demand of chocolate and the possible increase of prices in order to try decrease demand. After applying the demand and supply model to the article it suggests that there is only a slight decrease in demand due to price increase and suggests that this would have an impact on compliments whilst having a small positive impact on substitutes. This analysis is important as the effects of prices on chocolate will possibly have a major impact on the economy. The article is about the excess demand of chocolate and the demand outstripping the supply and producing less than the world eats, the decrease in supply is said to be caused by factors including dry weather and a fungal disease in Ghana where almost 70% of the cocoa is produced. In further economic analysis the law of demand states that the demand of a good and service are inversely related. When the price of a product increases, the demand for the product will fall. The determination of supply is: production cost, firm s expectation about ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. How Is Edmund Relevant In The Chronicles Of Narnia While one can find many aspects of the movie as proofs for ritual theories, the theories surrounding the concept of belief is also very much relevant within the movie The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. In specific Richard Gombrich s theory of cognitive versus affective beliefs. This theory highlights what an individual voices to be true (as in what he believes to be true/important) in comparison to what their actions show to be true/important to the individual. This is a particularly interesting theory and the manner that it implies to the movie in that it explains and enhances the character of Edmund. Edmund is a crucial character like mentioned already, and the choices he makes is what eventually changes circumstances ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Process Costing EXERCISE 3 1: Process Costing and Job Order Costing [LO1] Which method of determining product costs, job order costing or process costing, would be more appropriate in each of the following situations? * a. An Elmer s glue factory. * b. A textbook publisher such as McGraw Hill. * c. An Exxon oil refinery. * d. A facility that makes Minute Maid frozen orange juice. * e. A Scott paper mill. * f. A custom home builder. * g. A shop that customizes vans. * h. A manufacturer of specialty chemicals. * i. An auto repair shop. * j. A Firestone tire manufacturing plant. * k. An advertising agency. * l. A law office. EXERCISE 3 2: Job Order Costing Documents [LO2] Cycle Gear Corporation ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... * a. $80,000 in raw materials were purchased on account. * b. $71,000 in raw materials were requisitioned for use in production. Of this amount, $62,000 was for direct materials and the remainder was for indirect materials. * c. Total labor wages of $112,000 were incurred. Of this amount, $101,000 was for direct labor and the remainder was for indirect labor. * d. Additional manufacturing overhead costs of $175,000 were incurred. Required: Record the above transactions in journal entries. EXERCISE 5 1: Fixed and Variable Cost Behavior Espresso Express operates a number of espresso coffee stands in busy suburban malls. The fixed weekly expense of a coffee stand is $1,200 and the variable cost per cup of coffee served is $0.22. Required: * 1. Fill in the following table with your estimates of total costs and cost per cup of coffee at the indicated levels of activity for a coffee stand. Round off the cost of a cup of coffee to the nearest tenth of a cent.  2. Does the average cost per cup of coffee served increase, decrease, or remain the same as the number of cups of coffee served in a week increases? Explain. EXERCISE 5 3: High Low Method The Cheyenne Hotel in Big Sky, Montana, has accumulated records of the total electrical costs of the hotel and the number of occupancy days over the last year. An occupancy day represents a room rented out ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Targeted Therapy Targeted therapy in the treatment of cancer Student ID 39298 Class HAS 3 Word count Targeted therapy, which first became available in the late 1990s, has had a significant impact on the treatment of cancer. Currently, because of advancement in the field of technology, various types of therapies are discovered to treat cancer. In this essay, targeted therapy is defined as a therapy in which various drugs or other substances are used to recognize and kill the cancerous cells without harming the normal cell (National cancer institute, 2014). Effectiveness refers to the degree in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One of them is Gleevec (Imatinib mesylate), a tyrosine kinase inhibitor, was called a magical bullet . This was the first targeted therapy drug used to treat cancer. It was invented in the late 1990 s, to treat chronic myeloid leukemia and gastrointestinal stromal growth . Imatinib is tyrosine kinase inhibitors. Tyrosine kinase is a protein that cells use to signal to each other to grow (Iqbal and Iqbal, 2014, p.1). It works by preventing a tyrosine kinase enzyme and therefore inhibits growth factor induced receptor phosphorylation and blocks the PDGF/PDGFR and P13 k/Akt pathway (Kheradmand, et.al.2016, p.83). According to Richardson (2010, p.679), the drug Velcade was also known as Bortezomib is useful in the treatment of multiple myelomas. The main goal of this drug is to lower the tumor growth significantly. The American cancer society (2013, para.20) studies show Bortezomib is a proteasome inhibitor . It works by blocking or slowing down the action of proteosome is to break down protein in both healthy and cancerous cells. When proteosome activity is blocked, proteins in the cells accumulate. This accumulation may cause cells to stop growing and multiplying, and cause them to die and Sutent (Sunitinib) is a drug used to treat metastatic renal cell carcinoma. It is currently approved as a second line treatment of MRCC. Sunitinib inhibits the vascular endothelial growth factor receptor and stops the growth of tumors (Kolesar, et.al. 2008, pp.123 131). It is considered as a multi targeted kinase inhibitor because it is a type of VEGF inhibitor, an angiogenesis inhibitor, and it blocks an enzyme called tyrosine kinase. By doing all of this, it slows cancer growth and keeps tumors from making their own blood vessels to help them grow and spread (American ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. How Does Tom React To Gatsby s Death 4. When Myrtle is killed and someone sees it s a yellow car that killed her, Tom gets a bit nervous (and puts himself above his grief for a while to appease his selfishness). He grabs Wilson and tells him that the yellow car wasn t Tom s. Later, Nick reports that Wilson announced that he had a way of finding out who the yellow car belonged to. Tom said Wilson was crazy enough to kill me if I hadn t told him who owned the car. and they eventually find out it was Gatsby 5. Nick likes and admires Gatsby throughout the novel. He at one point says that Gatsby is worth more than all of the other characters in his narrative put together. He simply feels that Gatsby deserves a strong showing at the funeral. Nick also believes he sees something in Gatsby that others don t. Psychologically, particularly if we recognize that Nick is an unreliable narrator, this gives Nick a feeling of superiority. He alone recognizes Gatsby s worth. He comes off as a better person because he gives Gatsby the worth and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Gatsby s father arrives to attend Gatsby s funeral. His character serves several functions. First of all, we learn what Gatsby was like as a boy. Mr. Gatz shows the notes that the young James Gatz wrote in his Hopalong Cassidy book, and we learn that Gatsby had big dreams very early and was driven to achieve: He was bound to get ahead. 7. When Gatsby was alive, he would throw huge, lavish parties. Many people were more than willing to visit Gatsby when they could enjoy themselves (literally at his expense), but in death he is basically abandoned.Gatsby himself was determined to be popular and to be seen; after his death, few people seem to care about him.Although Gatsby had spent most of his life trying to put his past behind him and had even changed his name from the name ( Gatz ) he had at birth, in the end his father is one of only two people present who had been close to him. Even Nick Carraway had never been particularly close to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Love Is a Gifted Token Gradually Accepted by a Fragile... Within this world where love is a gifted token gradually accepted by the fragile heart, love itself is a power, a blessing in all its glory. For love brings the beauty of the ripest fruit and carries the whispers of lustrous eves. Yet within such a delicate world, love itself is often a curse; thorns that prick the careless skin left bare from the worlds impurity. Ripened fruit will surely sour and become distasteful upon indulgence. Love itself will perish and it s budding will come to an unsatisfying end. But should love truly be allowed to become a futility? A hopeless clutch that the weak and poor are grazed by? This is the story of an undying love, a world created just for the two of them; The girl who wondered into the forest, and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The young man appeared to be loitering, his dulled eyes occupied by the presence of the trees finery. Yet what proceeded next was somewhat of a curiosity for the trees and their gnarled and lifeless branches. The man had outstretched his withdrawn hand and began tracing the barks imperfections. What a pretty tree that accompanies me. His voice had resonated the woods composure for the man had spoken with the kindest of lips; soft and sweet yet untampered by bitterness. The woods itself was grazed by such tenderness, for it was used to the silence a lifeless being endures. However this raggedy man s eyes lacked the tenderness his hands had created. They were dull, impassive . The young man reached behind his back, a place where a woods with such short sightedness could not see. The man brought his hand forward. Within his feeble hand was an axe. That beauty you own, I will create you into the perfect gift for my love. He said as his axe was swung from loving and delicate hands. And thus the woods remembered the boy who once lived amongst the trees. It appeared he had returned, but this time as a woodcutter. Many years ago, living within the woods was a boy who craved the comfort of another humans touch. He would watch the villagers from afar as they trespassed the outskirts of the woods. In his early youth, the boy would view humans through the optimistic and pure eyes a child possesses. He would try to greet ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Case Study National Century Bank TABLE OF CONTENT 1 | Introduction | 2 | 2 | Question 1 | 3 | 3 | Question 2 | 4 | 4 | Question 3 | 6 | 5 | Question 4 | 9 | 6 | Question 5 | 11 | 7 | Conclusion | 12 | INTRODUCTION Century National Bank has offices in several cities in the Midwest and the southeastern part of the United States. Mr. Dan Selig, president and CEO, would like to know the characteristics of his checking account customer. To better understand the customers, Mr. Selig asked Ms. Wendy Lamberg, director of planning, to select a sample of customers and prepare a report. To begin, she has appointed a team from her staff and the team has selected a random sample of 60 customers. All the information gathered is tabulated in the table below: X1 = ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For many years the mean checking balance has been $1600. Does the sample data indicate that the mean account balance has declined from this value? SOLUTION µ (Checking balance) = $1600.00 Number of customers, n = 60 In this case, level of significance, α was not provided. Therefore, the analysis will be evaluated based on two α values which are: α = 0.05; Zα = 1.65 α = 0.01; Zα = 2.33 Hypotesis testing 1) H0 : µ ≥ 1600 H1 : µ lt; 1600 2) α = 0.05 α = 0.01 3) Left tail test Z(0.05) = 1.65 Z(0.01) = 2.33 4) Z calculated : 1.65 2.33 α=0.05 α=0.01 Z= 1.2994 5) From calculations, computed z value is more than 1.65 and falls within Ho not rejected region. Ho is not rejected at α = 0.05 amp; α = 0.01 significance levels. It is concluded that the mean checking balance is still similar or more than $1600 QUESTION 3 Recent years have also seen an increase in the use of ATM machines. When Mr. Selig took over the bank, the mean number of transactions per month per customer was 8; now he believes it has increased to more than 10. In fact, the advertising agency that prepares TV commercial for Century would like to use this on the new commercial being designed. Is there sufficient evidence to conclude that the mean number of transactions per customer is more than 10 per month? Could the advertising agency say the mean is more than 9 per month? SOLUTION ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Company of Wal-Mart Wal Mart Stores Inc. is the largest retail company in the United States and has been ranked number one on the Fortune 500 Index by Fortune Magazine. However despite the fact that the company is big, it has not survived or evaded the normal challenges that corporations go through, irrespective of whether private or public (David, 2012). For instance, the living wage bill of the United States resulted in Wal Mat threatening to close down its stalls in the United States. Due to its resolution to cutting down on its employees, Wal Mart has also been characterized by customer complaints as a result of empty shelves. This served as an advantage to the competitors such as the Kohl s, Safeway, Target, and Walgreens. In February this year, 2013, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The recent years have also seen Wal Mart exit from the Canadian, German and South Korean markets. Below is a Competitive Profile Matrix for Wal Mart against two of its main competitors, Kohl, and Target. Wal Mart Target K Mart Critical Success Factors Weight Rating Weighted Score Rating Weighted Score Rating Weighted Score Product Quality 0.10 4 0.40 4 0.40 3 0.30 Price Competitiveness 0.05 1 0.05 1 0.05 1 0.05 Management 0.50 3 0.15 4 0.20 3 0.15 Financial Position 0.05 4 0.20 3 0.15 2 0.10 Global Expansion 0.10 4 0.40 1 0.10 2 0.20 Inventory Systems 0.05 3 0.15 3 0.15 3 0.15 Market Share 0.05 4 0.20 3 0.15 2 0.10 Customer Service 0.10 3 0.30 4 0.40 3 0.30 TOTAL 1.00 1.85 1.60 1.35 Rating values are as follows (for both matrices): 1 = high level of weakness 2 = low level of weakness 3 = low level of strength 4 = high level of strength. External factor evaluation matrix for Wal Mart Inc Key External Factors Weight Rating Weighted Score Opportunities 1. Conversion of regular stores into supermarkets 0.10 3 0.3 2. Economic conditions cause greater demand for low priced products 0.07 2 0.14 3. Consumers increased use of mobile and social marketing to increase purchasing 0.05 2 0.10 4. Growth plan to open new supercenters in United States and abroad 0.10 4 0.40 5. Increase in online shopping 0.08 3 0.24 6. Wide ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. The Different Adaptations of Dracula Ever since Bram Stoker wrote his entrancing novel people have been adapting it, and the story is one of the most reproduced ideas in history. Each innovation of the novel influences the story for the creators own purpose, and in doing so generates another version of Dracula. Count Dracula has become an infamous character in history, and has been captured in many different mediums, such as the Japanese anime and manga series Vampire Hunter D, which follows Draculas son D in his adventures (Kikuchi). However, one of the adaptations that endures in modern minds is the 1992 film by Francis Ford Coppola, Bram Stoker s Dracula. This version of Dracula was meant to be loyal to the novel, but it diverged from the original in many ways. Bram ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Indeed Mina s attraction to Dracula in the film leads to one of the defining alterations between the film and movie adaption, the humanization of Dracula. The subtitle of the 1992 film is Love Never Dies, (Coppola) which is the love between Dracula and his wife Elisabeta, who is the spitting image of Mina, and is also represented by Winona Ryder. Throughout the film Dracula tries to win over Mina in order to regain his love with Elisabeta, who commits suicide after false rumours of Draculas death are feed to her by priest. The betrayal by the priest and his wife s death, makes Dracula curse god, and therefore become a vampire. The background story of the character Dracula makes the monster almost understandable, and the audience begins to sympathize with Dracula. (0:33 5:38) Even more, the nauseating cruel looking (49) creature described in the novel is turned into a charming young Gary Oldman. Although Coppola starts the film with a brilliant representation of Stoker s monster, he seems to embellish on the younger Dracula (12:44 13:00). In the novel Dracula becomes younger by gorging himself with blood, but Jonathan Harker describes him like a filthy leech, exhausted with his repletion (83). Coppola makes the monster more of a human, and the audience can feel for his and Mina s love affair. Also, Jonathan seems distant from Mina, and this makes the love is even more ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Samsung Competitive Advantage Further development of the enterprise depends on way it performs under outer factors of the market. Regarding Porter s model of business competition forces, the company s position is analyzed throughout five aspects (Mind Tools Editor Team, 2016). There is a significant threat of the new competitions as this company is not the only retailer company in the world of electronics and gadgets. Buyer s behavior defines the future effectiveness of the company as it mostly depends on the way representatives of the target market are ready to buy top notch products by Apple and Samsung. On this level of business performance, individual success of the company is closely connected with the way these companies present themselves and their products on the market. At the same time, the position of the enterprise s suppliers is vital as they define the competitiveness and variety of goods to present to the customers. Finally, the competitiveness between the existing members of the market my significantly influences the GWEL s performance throughout the first several years. Apparently, the GWEL expects to invest a significant amount of income into further development of the company for the following five years concerning strong positions of the competitors on the market. To get a competitive advantage, the GWEL has a developed approach towards each of the five aspects. The enterprise defines it activity through analysis of the competitors and their paradigms of market behavior to outline ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Eco Accounting Treatment of Consolidated Environmental Accounting The business activities of companies and other organizations in the modern socio economic system have expanded in scale, diversified, and become globalized to a degree not experienced previously. A great number of companies have been established corresponding to each purpose, and group management is practiced. In a group management system, the independent decision making ability of group companies is limited. At the same time, the primary objective becomes management of the group, limiting the environmental impact of the holding company itself, which essentially consigns functions such as production, sales, and distribution. In such cases it becomes difficult to perceive the actual ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... (1) Aggregation of Environmental Conservation Cost The double booking of environmental conservation cost through internal transactions conducted among members of the same business group should be eliminated to the greatest extent possible. (2) Calculation of Environmental Conservation Benefit In principle, the environmental conservation benefit calculated for each member of the same business group is to be combined. Benefit clearly double booked is to be eliminated. (3) Calculation of Economic Benefit Associated with Environmental Conservation Activities In principle, the economic benefit calculated for each member of the same business group is to be combined. Benefit clearly double booked is to be eliminated. Treatment of Equity Ratio in Aggregation Methods for aggregating the environmental accounting data for related companies include aggregating the total or gross amount, or aggregating amounts or volume multiplied by the equity ratio of each related company. Disclosure of Environmental Accounting Information The Guidelines recommend the voluntary disclosure of environmental accounting information from the standpoint of the external functions of environmental accounting, by means of the environmental report. While the Guidelines provide consideration of a simple approach ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. The Hobbit J. R. R. Tolkien Report This report contains information about J. R. R. Tolkien s life and achievements. Many have found this to be an interesting topic; as Tolkien has claimed the respect and love of many who are both related and unrelated to him by blood. A short list of his achievements includes these topics: Tolkien s participation in the first World War, many of his writings, his graduation from more than one of England s finest and lesser known colleges/universities, and his relationship formed with his currently famous writer and friend, C. S. Lewis. As one of the many information suppliers for the biography website, Biography.com posted, J.R.R. Tolkien is an internationally renowned fantasy writer. He is best known for authoring The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings trilogy. (However, this informant s name is not mentioned in the website) The first topic this report will cover will be Tolkien s early life. Tolkien is reported to have moved to England early in his life. However, Tolkien was born quite literally half a world away. Tolkien s place of birth is recorded as Bloemfontein, South Africa. Born on January 3, in 1892, Tolkien was born to mature into an era dominated by a great and terrible war between the great nations of the world, however, this essay will cover that topic at an ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One night while grading tests during his teaching career at Oxford, Tolkien spontaneously wrote the following phrase on a sheet of paper: In a hole in the ground there lived a Hobbit. Though no one, even Tolkien himself, could discern where that sentence came from, it led to the writing and publication of many of Tolkien s pieces. The more well known of Tolkien s works include the Lord of the Rings series and the novel The Hobbit. There is much speculation as to how much of Tolkien s works were inspired by his wartime experiences, though much evidence has surfaced to back said ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. My Life And Times Of Madam In the life of an entrepreneur one should expect, risk, decisions, success, and even failure, but that didn t stop the likes of Madam C.J. Walker, a woman who reared even the greatest of entrepreneurial risk while fighting for something bigger than herself. In the biography entitled, On Her Own Ground: The Life and Times of Madam C.J. Walker, by A Leila Bundles, and published by Scribner, Walker s own great great granddaughter tells the tale of a lifetime of a woman who started her business own her own ground in her own way. The main idea of this book is to profess Madam C.J. Walker s own personal story in a very sentimental perspective. No detail is left unwritten about her prolific journey from a slave to a self made millionaire. I am ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... At the time of January 1, 1848, inventory, Minerva was not yet Owen s wife and neither of them had any children (p.28). Walker s parents were 38 years of age at the time of her birth. She was born a free child on her family s small shack and rented plot of ground on a plantation in a village called Delta located in Madison Parish, Louisiana. Walker was born just four years after the Emancipation Proclamation was declared to free all persons held as slaves free. She was also born during a time of political upheaval where newly black delegates for the Louisiana Constitutional Convention would introduce civil rights legislation to outlaw segregation on public property. On December 31, eight days after Sarah s birth, Pickney B.S. Pinchback, another black delegate who would later serve as acting lieutenant governor of the state, introduced civil rights legislation outlawing segregation on trains, on ferries and in public places (p.31). Following that, the Knights of the White Camellia would strike back to the equality with other races with violence and intimidation. Fortunately, Madison Parish, Louisiana was not as exposed to the severe violence of this organization due to the small town and federal troops located nearby in Vicksburg (p.31). In addition, the times were dangerous but little walker would soon grow to know of the dangers that surrounded the post slavery time period. The turmoil and violence of the 1860s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...