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Plato s The Republic And Aristotle
Plato s The Republic and Aristotle s The Politics are two classic texts in ancient Greek political
thought. Although Plato taught Aristotle, the two philosophers had differing viewpoints on many
subjects, one of them being the purpose of political rule. Plato believed that the purpose of
political rule is to allow for the manifestation of a just city where both the city and its citizens are
in harmony due to a specialization of roles according to individuals natures, whereas Aristotle
believed that the purpose of political rule is to create a regime that pursues the common advantage
and preserves the political partnership of the city.
According to Plato, political rule s purpose is to enforce a certain version of justice. Plato s
version of justice is neither Polemarchus idea of doing good to friends and harm to enemies, nor
is it Telemarchus idea that justice is the advantage of the stronger (Plato pg. 7 15). Justice in The
Republic is adhering to your role in order to secure the good of the whole, and not just the
individual. The proper expression of this view of justice results in a city that is harmonious
because its individual parts are functioning correctly. In order for the individual citizens in the
city to carry out their proper roles, they must be separated into three categories: gold souls, silver
souls, and bronze souls. Gold souls individuals are those who are competent to rule; silver souls
are guardians who protect the city and also keep watch over the
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Kohler Case
Introduction Kohler Company was faced with a very tough decision of whether or not to settle
outside of court or go to court to settle with the dissenting shareholders. We will take you through
the history of the company and why they recapitalized. Also, we will touch on some of the risks
of going to trial to have the courts set a price. We have also broken down the numbers and found
many different prices found by using the dividend growth model and the multiples approach. We
will also show how different outcomes will affect Kohler s retained earnings and cash standing. In
the end, we believe we have chosen the best possible price to make everyone in the case happy
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After the successful reverse stock split only a small percentage of stock still remained with
outsiders, but was closely monitored for the next 20years to maintain the private state of firm
control. It is hard to find negatives for being so private because Kohler has been so successful at
it. A few possible reasons for big companies such as Kohler to have public shares is because they
offer a new source of capital, a cash flow for acquisitions, liquidity for estate planning and a
means to reward employees with options. Kohler could make the counter to these public offers
by saying we may not have these public options, but who is going to take us over anyway... we
re Kohler. Why recapitalize: In 1998, Herbert Kohler proposed to buy back all the shares from
outsiders and further restrict the selling of shares to outsiders. There were many reasons for this
recapitalization plan: Herbert Kohler did not like the high speculative prices that the shares were
selling for. People started to think that Kohler would go public and it would increase the share
prices. Therefore, they paid higher prices for the Kohler stock with the expectations that the stock
price would go higher. He thought that it might entice the family members to sell their shares to
outsiders.
5 Kohler preferred the company s private status. It was a family owned business and Kohler wanted
to keep it within the family. Kohler could not control
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The Different Effects Of Sugar Choice On Yeast...
The Different Effects of Sugar Choice on Yeast Fermentation Rate
Sadia Mustofa
Abstract
Baker s yeast costs little to produce and is convenient to store and use. While baker s yeast can
ferment simple sugars, monosaccharides which are simple sugars and contains one or more
hydroxyl groups per molecule. It takes much longer to ferment polysaccharides which are
composed of two or more monosaccharides. In a beaker, 2g of yeast, 2g of a sugar and 100mL of
distilled water at 40В°C were combined in a 250 mL flask. Once the mixture was stirred for two
minutes, the fermentation rate was measured with a timer and the sugars were tested up to three
trials each. Fructose had the fastest average rate of fermentation at 1.42 minutes. Sucralose, ... Show
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It is known that yeast can ferment sugars such as glucose, sucralose, fructose, saccharin, and
maltose but not ferment Truvia, starch, and lactose as efficiently. Simple sugars are known as
monosaccharides whereas complex sugars are polysaccharides because they are made up of
monosaccharides through dehydration reactions. A dehydration reaction occurs when a water
molecule is removed from the reacting molecule and the two molecules become covalently
bonded. Glucose and fructose are monosaccharides whereas, maltose, sucralose, starch, saccharin,
and lactose are polysaccharides. Truvia is the only sugar that is not either a monosaccharide or a
polysaccharide. All monosaccharides and polysaccharides are composed of some multiple of CH2O.
The yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae was used for determining the fermentation of various sugars
because it is convenient to use and ferments quickly. Throughout the experiment, the only factor
that wasn t constant was the sugars used in the fermentation process. Based on this, it was
hypothesized that there would be differences in yeast fermentation of sugars.
Methods
2g of yeast, 2g of glucose, and 100 mL of distilled water at 40В°C were combined in a 250 mL
flask. A stir bar was placed in the flask. After the flask was gently stirred, the flask was placed on
the stir plate. Then, the stir setting was turned up to 8 slowly and stirred for two minutes. Another
flask was filled with tap water and
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Alice Munro Sparknotes
The Canadian author Alice Munro was born July 10, 1931 in Wingham, Ontario. She is popularly
known as the most important short story writer in Canada along within the English speaking
community as well. She was awarded as the first Canadian Nobel Prize winner in 2013. Alice
Munro narrates her short stories in an analytical manner of the protagonist, reflecting on their
experiences to outline a more in depth meaning. The central idea is a recurring idea through the
experiences of the characters within the short story. Similarly, in her short story the Gravel, the
narrator is seen outlining the context through various memories from her childhood. In Alice
Munro s short story Gravel, the narrator guides the readers through the psychological reasoning...
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Not a large one but hollowed... (Munro, 254), this helps readers identify that the narrator is
looking back into the past, their childhood. Memory is the empowering representation of human
existence and the basis of how our mental life is shaped. She states that there many memories she
recalls and many that she assumes to understand with no certainty. As the narrator discusses her
own memories, she is in the process of resolving the conflicts and contradictions she believes is
related to Caro s death. The narrator remembers the accident taking place due to her lack of
concern and therefore she puts herself at fault. Psychologically it is possible to form a memory
that is misread or misinterpreted, and likewise this is what the professional the narrator had met
to deal with her grief had tried to convince her with. The professional, possibly a grief councillor,
had provided her with a scenario where she was incapable of opening the door, resulting to Caro
s death. The narrator was satisfied with this conclusion just for a while till she returned to her
observation of the memory. Her guilt lied in the factual matter of not doing anything to help her
sister; realistically as a child she was convinced that Caro would save herself since dogs did not
need saving from bodies of water. Memory here describes an individual s struggle to recollect the
past and with being conscious to those memories
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Sin, Consequences And Redemption In Le Morte DArthur
The Sin, Consequences, and Redemption of Sir Lancelot Sir Lancelot is the dominant figure in Le
Morte D Arthur who presents us with the theme of sin and redemption. Sir Agravaine and Sir
Mordred expose the courtly romance or otherwise adulterous affair between Sir Lancelot and Queen
Guenever. This sets in motion the conflicts and other events leading up to the death of Sir Lancelot
and many other noteworthy characters. Sir Lancelot betrays both King Arthurand Queen Guenever.
If he is truly a noble character as Sir Gawaine, Sir Gareth, and Sir Gaheris describe, would he
have involved himself in such a treacherous act? Sir Agravaine says, I marvel that we all be not
ashamed both to see and to know how Sir Launcelot lieth daily and nightly by the queen, and all
we know it so; and it is shamefully suffered of us all, that we all should suffer so noble a king as
King Arthur is so to be shamed (Location 12810). Sir Lancelot s betrayal raises opposition
between the knights and breaks up that which should remain united. His betrayal reaches beyond
the king and queen. Thus, it is not a surprise that the consequences of his sin affect the lives of so
many. Now, Sir Agravaine and Sir Mordredplot to find Sir Lancelot and Queen Guenever alone
together, while the king is away. The king warns Sir Agravaine and Sir Mordred, ...he will fight
with him that bringeth up the noise, and I know no knight that is able to match him (Location
12836). With King Arthur s consent, they gather a
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Fatigu Acromegaly Research Paper
CLINICAL MANIFESTATION Enlarged hands and feet are common feature with acromegaly.
People with this disorder often notice that they can no longer put on rings that used to fit and that
their shoe size has progressively increased. Gradual changes in the shape of their face, such as a
protruding lower jaw and brow, an enlarged nose, thickened lips, and wider spacing between the
teeth can also be noted (Z. Killinger, J. Payer, I. LazГєrovГЎ et al 2010). Because it tends to
progress slowly, early signs may not be readily apparent for several years. Sometimes, people
notice the condition only by comparing old photographs. Some of the key signature features of
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The liver produces a hormone called insulin like growth factor I (IGF I) when GH is secreted
into the blood stream. This result in the growth of bones and other tissues. If the pituitary gland
makes too much GH, excessive amounts of IGF I can result leading to abnormal growth of the soft
tissues and skeleton and other signs and symptoms characteristic of acromegaly and gigantism. In
adults, a tumor is the most common cause of too much GH production: Pituitary tumors. Most
cases of acromegaly are caused by a noncancerous tumor of the pituitary gland. Secretion of
excessive amounts of growth hormone causes the signs and symptoms of acromegaly. Symptoms
such as headaches and impaired vision are resultant of the tumor mass pressing on nearby brain
tissues. Tumors in other parts of the body, such as the lungs, pancreas or adrenal glands can also
cause acromegaly in few people. These tumors are from non pituitary origin which sometimes
secrete GH. In some cases, the tumors produce a hormone called growth hormone releasing
hormone (GH RH) which stimulates the pituitary to make more
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Application Of An Immigrant Visa Abroad At The Consulate...
approval of the petition is done, the applicant is required to either file for an immigrant visa abroad
at the consulate or United States Embassy or file for an adjustment of status to permanent
residence. Through benchmarking, new ways can be implemented for elimination of the duplicate
effort mandated by the current process. These benchmarking initiatives and others will provide the
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services the innovation it needs for ensuring that it achieves the
cycle time goals by reducing the cycle time for processing the petitions for alien relative as much as
it can. Any productivity enhancement demands a carefully monitored and planned process for
ensuring that national security issues and the integrity of the process are not compromised in any
manner. Further, efforts aimed at reducing cycle times and eliminating backlogs will eventually
help in furthering national security and facilitating the goals of the DHS. New Proposed Process
Narrative Changes should be made to the current process for filing and adjudication of the petition
for alien relative. The proposed process should primarily be implemented with an intention of
reducing the time that American citizens are kept apart from their immediate relatives who are
expected to remain outside the borders of the United States for processing of the immigrant visa
application and during the adjudication of waivers of inadmissibility. Through this change, the U.S.
Citizenship and Immigration
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Polyesteramide Lab Report
New aromatic polyesteramide was synthesized from 4 amino benzoic acid and 4 hydroxybenzoic
acid. These monomers were carried out by the direct polycondensation reaction with phosphorus
oxychloride as a catalyst, pyridine as an activating agent in dimethylformamide solvent system. This
method produces polyesteramide of different morphology with fairly high average molecular
weight, glass transition temperature and degradation temperature. This polymerhas unique
characteristics due to different functional group such as ester, amide and aromatic groups present in
the polymer matrix which further helps in enhancing thermal and mechanical properties. The
obtained polymer was characterized by the different methods such as Fourier transformed infrared
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It indicate the presence of ester linkage C=O stretching around 1728, 1739 cm 1, amide linkage
C=O stretching [8] 1649, 1656 cm 1, amide linkage N H bending 3329, 3332 cm 1 and N H
stretching [9] 1593, 1598 cm 1, C O stretching for ester between 100 1300cm 1. It also showed the
presence of aromatic part C C stretching around 1512, 1407, 1452 cm 1 and C H stretching 823,
847, 844cm 1 [10].
Figure: 2 FTIR of Polyesteramide
1H Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) analysis
1H NMR of PEA 2, PEA 3 and PEA 5 is mentioned in figure 3, 4 and 5 respectively. This gave
aromatic C H 1, 3, 5 positions at 7.98, 7.87 ppm of PEA 2; 7.95, 7.86 ppm of PEA 3 and 7.96, 7.87
ppm of PEA 5. It gave C H 2, 4, 6 positions at 7.65, 7.67, 7.57 of PEA 2, 3, 5 respectively [11].
Figure: 3 1H NMR of PEA 2
Figure: 4 1H NMR of PEA 3
Figure: 5 1H NMR of PEA 5
Differential scanning calorimeter (DSC)
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Pros And Cons Of Compulsory License
COMPULSORY LICENSING
(Remedy for abuse of IPR)
A Compulsory license is when a government allows someone else to produce the patented product
or process without the consent of the patent owner. It became a typical feature worldwide. In 1990s
many countries started granting compulsory licenses according to national laws, which were in
consonance with International principles. In certain products such as food, medicine compulsory
license were specifically provided by countries such as United States due non working of the
product and also in national interests. Various International conventions and agreements that have
recognized compulsory licenses over the years have been explained below.
Paris Convention, 1883
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1.Member states may (but are not obliged to) provide for the grant of compulsory licenses to
prevent abuses of the exclusive rights conferred by the patent, for example for failure to work.
2.Forfeiture of the patent will not be provided for except where the grant of compulsory licenses is
not sufficient to prevent abuses. Forfeiture or revocation of a patent will not be instituted before the
expiration of three years from the grant of the first compulsory license.
3.A compulsory license may not be applied for on the ground of failure to work or insufficient
working before the expiration of four years from the date of application for the patent, or three
years from the date of the grant of the patent whichever period expires last. It shall be refused if the
patentee justifies his/her inaction by legitimate reasons .
4.A compulsory license shall be non exclusive and shall not be transferable even in the form of the
grant of a sub license except with that part of the enterprise or goodwill, which exploits such license.
The Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works,
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The And Substance Abuse By Paula Dominguez
Introduction Paula Dominguez is a 45 year old bilingual Hispanic female. She is a single mother
of three, but all of her kids where removed from her care due to general neglect and no provision
of support. She has a history with addiction, which led to a past incarceration, but is currently in
treatment for her alcohol and substance abuse. She currently only has supervised visits with her
eldest son, Alex, but is requesting unsupervised visits and reunification services for him. Alex is
16 has a PPLA and is currently in a group home. He was molested by his stepdad when he was 10,
which subsequently led to Alex later molesting his younger brother, Jesus. Jesus is 9 and is
currently living with his younger brother Seth, who is 7 years old, and their grandmother, Carmen
Rodriguez, in Legal Guardianship. Carmen was considering adopting both of the younger boys, but
has recently changed her mind due to her inability to handle the boy s escalating behavioral
problems. There are many factors which are contributing to the familys need for intervention
services, such as mental and behavioral health diagnosis, substance abuse, and a history of abuse
and neglect. Alternatively, there are many strengths and protective factors this family possesses,
such as a desire to remain unified as a family, active participation in individual and family
counseling, and involvement in extracurricular activities, that the family can use to mitigate
existing problems.
Paula Dominguez
Engagement
When
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Diagnosed With Stage IIi Breast Cancer
Marybeth has been healthy for the most of her life, however, she was diagnosed with stage III
breast cancer in October, 2015. After the surgery, she went for one chemo therapy. She was
supposed to have 4 sessions. But she decided not to take the rest of the chemo therapy due to her
financial hardship at the time. She was ready whenever the Lord wanted her. She drove to work a
week after her surgery, and she kept telling herself that she could do this.
At the age of 70, another wonderful opportunity emerged. Marybeth was offered the position of
Clinical Supervisor at UW Parkside. She enjoys observing first and second year education majors
in their field experiences.
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Marybeth thinks her life as integrative. She had a great childhood, a rewarding teenage years,
getting married and having children, helping with raising up her grandchildren. She has passed on
many morals and values to the young generations. As Erikson stated in his psychosocial
developmental stages, integrity is the opposite of self centered love. It is a sense of acceptance
that this is one s only life. (Berzoff, 2011) She tries to contribute more to her family and society and
wants to live a regret free life, she also accepts her own death in the future.
She is very involved with community work. She volunteers at different organizations, agencies
and clubs. She was very involved when she was young, and to this day, she still tries to catch up
with everything she used to do at the age of 71. She told me that she was satisfied with her life.
The more she does, the more satisfied she is. She is well presented the activity theory of aging. The
activity theory of aging proposes that older adults are happiest when they stay active and maintain
social interactions. These activities, especially when meaningful, help the elderly to replace lost life
roles after retirement and, therefore, resist the social pressures that limit an older person s world.
The theory assumes a positive relationship between activity and life satisfaction. Activity theory
reflects the functionalist perspective that the equilibrium, that an individual
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Jay Kelley Case Study School Psychology
Jaylene Kelley is a school psychologist that serves our school district through a special services
cooperative that provides services to 17 school districts in north central Oklahoma. Jaylene has 15
years of experience as a School Psychologist and has primarily served small, rural schools through
the cooperative since becoming a SchoolPsychologist.
Jaylene indicated that she has always had a desire to help students and was inspired to become a
School Psychologist after watching a relative struggle in school due to severe emotional problems
compounded with learning deficiencies. Jaylene said that she always felt bad for the relative and
noticed that staff members always seemed to struggle in properly serving her relative and there was
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and become a National Certified School Psychologist (NCSP). Jaylene indicated that she is one
of 2 school psychologists employed by the special services cooperative that serves 17 school
districts, therefore her role as a School Psychologist is limited to analyzing data submitted by the
school and parents, administering assessments and analyzing results, compiling all data into a
formative report depicting eligibility for services. Jaylene said that her role in the intervention and
development of strategies is very limited and is mainly the responsibility of the local teams.
A typical week for Jaylene includes traveling to all member schools of the special services
cooperative to provide testing services. A typical week for Jaylene included 600 700 miles
traveling to and from all member schools throughout the cooperative district. Afternoons, early
evenings, and days she is not scheduled to administer assessments are spent on writing formal
reports for previous days and weeks testing. The reports are provided to the school districts and
informs them of students who may or may not meet the eligibility requirements for special
services. A typical month includes 12 15 days of administering tests and 5 7 days of office time to
formulate
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Comparison Between LIDAR And GPR
In my opinion the LIDAR (light detection and ranging) and the GPR (ground penetrating radar)
from the article search for ancient civilizations are the best inventions compared to the rest
because they (together) use a chunk of land and research it with out digging it up which would
take forever so they study the chunk of land by using satellite imagery and the GPR again to study
the chunk to see if there is any buried treasure making great use of time and less injured people
too!, Although I tip my hat for the dropsonde hurricane sensor and the planes (WC 130J)from the
article weather reconnaissance but i find it low tech and most likely replacable in the near future
because mankind is always coming up with new things everyday (although
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The Pardoner s Prologue Sparknotes
Does the way the story describes the Pardoner makes it seem as if he is a wholly vicious man? I
believe it does, from the start you can easily notice he is a very selfish person, yet he is supposed
to be a pastor and someone who tries to benefit the people of the church. Instead of fulfilling the
role God has put him in he would rather preach for his own benefits and bring sin upon the
church. In The Pardoner s Prologue, the story begins by explaining that the Pardoner is a man
who preaches and tries to sell his community salvation. He speaks on cupidity majority of the
time which is saying that greed is the root of evil. This is the first example of why he is a cruel
man. He is preaching lies to his people to make them feel bad and tricking them into giving
money to the church, telling people not to be greedy yet he is being greedy himself. Later on, he
tells us that he preaches only to gain money, he doesn t preach to try and bring the congregation
salvation or freedom from their sins. He even gets to the point where he thinks his sermons are
intended to be evil, to offend God and the community. Anyone who disagrees with what the
Pardoner says is believe to be wrong and influenced by evil intent. The reason the Pardoner does...
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It goes on to say that the Pardoner s tongue will be a dagger to the people who hear his message,
he will speak to the congregation and they will feel pain. He will also spit venom towards the
people whose lies are called holiness. This is why it is so easy to classify the Pardoner as a
wholly vicious person, he is basically described as a snake and when people think of snakes it s
not a positive picture. A snake is something that is dangerous and scary, not happy and glorious.
The Pardoner is viciously coming for the pockets of the congregation and if anyone interferes,
there will be problems. There is no doubt that he is a wholly vicious man and that s been
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Red Meat Essay
Red meat contains high biological protein and significant micronutrients that would required for
great health for life. It also contains a range of fats, including vital omega 3 polyunsaturated fats.
Recent analyses need indicated that there has been a huge pattern to leaner cuts for meat over two
decades [3]. Same time the dietary creation will differ sort of as stated by breed, feeding regimen,
season and meatcut, as a rule in general red meat has a low fat content, is moderate in cholesterol
and rich in protein and huge numbers crucial vitamins and minerals (79).
6.Comparison of the composition of red meat and vegetarian protein sources
The Australian guide should health consuming prescribes a healthy diet incorporate 1 2 serves for
every
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Bruce Springsteen Speeches
There are a lot of crimes in the world that people are going through, even if it s not a crime it can
be stressed and they can still get stressed out by it. For those who went through with crime when
they had it happened to them. They opened their hearts and all of the hard time that they have been
through, even if it was super hard to share. They want to share the pain that they have been
through. Some day when is targets someone else, and someone sees that happens they will think
about it. Help the victims and you might get something back in return. For those who don t really
know how to share they might type it out and share it that way. Others could share it by singing a
song about it. Bruce Springsteen is talking about his life, and how
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Wal-Mart Case Study Essays
1.What were the main elements of the control system that Sam Walton created?
It is evident that Sam Walton believed in the importance of control systems in an organization; as
he established certain strategic control systems in the company. Walton wanted everyone within the
organization to be committed to Wal Mart s goal total customer satisfaction , and the strategic
control systems were set accordingly.
There are various elements of control systems used in Wal Mart which are:
Personal Control
An example is when there is an underperforming store; top managers visit these stores in order to
lend their expertise to the employees there. Moreover, they fly on monthly basis to various Wal
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Wal Mart s control systems help achieve the basic building block and high competitive advantage:
Efficiency
One of the control systems in Wal Mart is the financial control systemthat provided managers with
day to day feedback about the business performance; where the financial performance of each store
and even each department within each store can be tracked and monitored through a sophisticated
companywide satellite system. This control system helps sharing profitability information and
inventory turnover rate among associates; which as a result gives them an in depth insight into the
retailing business and work on improving it.
Furthermore, the above control system helps identifying if there is an underperforming store in the
business in order to take immediate action; where managers and associates meet to find solutions
and raise performance. Besides, top managers pay routine visits to stores with lower performance to
lend their expertise. Another interesting strategy is that every month top managers fly to different
Wal Mart stores in order to inspect their performance, and they meet on Saturdays to discuss
financial results and future implications.
On the other hand, another control system the organization is their rewarding strategy; as they link
their performance and abilities to meet goals and targets to pay raise and promotion.
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Essay on Afghanistan- A Country in Distress
Afghanistan A Country in Distress
Afghanistan, a country located in South Asia just east of Iran whose population is 28,513,677, is
one of the countries that I chose to address. Their government is under Transitional Authority
which is in a state of unrest as national elections would formally dissolve this system and adapt or
establish the Government of Afghanistan under a new constitution. The country like others in the
Middle East suffers from enormous poverty and a few other problems to include the lack of
skilled and educated workers, which also has such a grave effect on most other countries. The lack
of is more than likely what lies beneath the country s poverty. If people aren t educated or don t
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The agricultural workforce is made up of 80% of the country s people while the other 20 percent
works in services and industry. Even though unemployment doesn t exist, the country is still poor
but hopes to see some significant progress and changes to offset the housing shortages, the lack of
clean water, infrastructure reconstruction, jobs, education, and economic reform.
One third of the GDP comes from opium trade which fell to a low with the past drought but the
replacement is well under way. The GDP rate is 29% but appears to be such a high amount because
of past figures resulting from the drought and the impact of international assistance. The country
exports opium, fruits and nuts, hand woven carpets, wool, cotton, hides and pelts, precious and
semi precious gems and equals to about $98 million not counting the illicit trade of opium. The
country s import totals to around $1.1 billion which clearly shows that they spend more than they
actually out. The imports are essentials and couldn t be eliminated or substituted as they are capital
goods, food, textiles, and petroleum products.
The country is currently in a great state of deficit as their debt totals to $8 billion in bilateral debt,
mostly to Russia and $500 million in debt to Multilateral
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A Research Study On Infant Memory Development
Infant memory development is one of the topics of PSY103 lectures, and is also one of the
significant issues in Psychology. Dr. Jane Herbert was the lecturer of this topic and she drew my
attention and interest to infant memory development and infantile amnesia. Infantile amnesia is the
failure to recall events from babyhood and early childhood (Hayne Jack, 2010). In other words,
according to Henri Henri (1898 cited in Hayne, 2004), most of the children and adults can only
recollect the earliest memorybetween 2 and 4 years old. Early experience is a crucial element in
understanding human development as psychologists stated its influences would last for long
(Hayne Jack, 2010). The early experience plays an important role in brain, social, behavioural
development (Hayne, 2004). Many scholars and psychologists at or beyond the University of
Sheffield has conducted numerous research in this field, and they aimed to study infant memory
ability and age related changes in various kind of aspects with their research impacting society in
many ways. In this essay, the academic impacts of psychological research in connection with infant
memory development will be discussed first. This will be then followed by the discussion about the
social and economic impacts, which benefit the society.
Firstly, the academic impacts of psychological research will be discussed. Psychological research in
infant memory development has further developed the existing theory and expanded the
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Ban All Advertising From The Tobacco Industry
In 2001, there was an argument by the government of India trying to decide whether or not it was a
good idea to ban all advertising from the tobacco industry. The government s main goal was to find
a way to reduce the number of teenagers using tobacco. The government believed that these
advertisements encouraged teens to start smoking or to continue smoking if they were doing it
already. As expected, this situation created a lot of tension between the government and the tobacco
industry. This created two sides: those in favor of the ban, and those against it.
Those in favor of the ban argued that the government had the moral responsibility to make sure
teens weren t smoking. They pointed out that tobacco causes millions of deaths every year, so it
was important that the youth never started smoking in the first place. They also argued that the
advertisements were too colorful or looked like cartoons which would get too much attention of
children and, eventually, it would drive them to become smokers. The other argument that was
made was that other countries had already done it, so India could do it as well. Finland, France,
and Norway had implemented bans on advertising for tobacco products acting on what they
believed was the best interest of their citizens. Part of the argument was that banning advertisements
wasn t illegal, therefore, there was nothing to stop the government from implementing it. However,
the government was warned that a ban like this would only work
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Examples Of Altruism
Altruism is the virtue of unselfishness. It is the principle and practice of concern for others. T
ypically it is associated with selfless acts like volunteering and helping the less fortunate. Altruists
are commonly stereotyped to those who ve given greatly to those in need, to the extent in which
they seemingly put those in need over themselves. The Dalai Lama and Mahatma Gandhi are
common icons for this theory.
Pure altruism is the form of the virtue in which one can perform altruist acts while remaining
completely unselfishly motivated. A circumstance of this would be donating money for the benefit
of others with no personal self satisfaction or mental rewarding. An example of a pure altruist act
is an innocent mother risking her life to save her young child, and dying as the result of saving her
child. I do acknowledge a fair hearing towards this and agree it is morally courageous in our present
western society. However, seemingness is a true factor that is predetermined in this sense. It s not
the question of what the mother gains from death that s important, but the theme of absence gained
from living. More specifically, the mom subconsciously concluded
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QuбєЈng Дђб»©c also come to mind. well, one can still feel rewarded and do something
altruistically . It is just the claim that one can be sufficiently motivated to act out of
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A Common Fear Of Population Growth
It s a common fear that population growth will exhaust resources and result in social or economic
disaster if it is not controlled. It is anticipated that most of the projected population growth during
this century will take place in developing nations. These countries have faced many challenges in
recent years, including low levels of education, poor health standards, scarcity, limited housing,
natural resource exhaustion, strife, and monetary and governmental command by other countries.
In places like Africa, industrial development has stalled and most workers still make a living from
survival agriculture. The association between populationand the environment is a complicated one,
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Mostly they focused their attention on teaching married couples about birth control and dispensing
contraceptives, but some programs took more coercive approaches. China imposed a limit of one
child per family in 1979, with two children allowed in special cases (Price, 1999).
Large societies obviously consume more supplies than small ones, but depletion patterns and
technology selections may report for more environmental harms than pure digits of people. The
U.S. population is about one fourth as large as that of China or India, but the United States
currently uses far more energy because Americans are wealthier and use their prosperity to buy
energy intensive goods like automobiles and electronics (Arrow et al, 1995). However, China and
India are developing and becoming more prosperous, so their ecological effects will increase
because of both population expansion and consumption levels in the next several years. As income
increases and technologies diffuse through society, purchasers start to value environmental quality
more greatly and become more able to pay for it.
Carrying capacity is a term derived from ecology, its defined as the maximum number of beings a
habitat can sustain indeterminately without destroying the resources. For most species, there are
four variables that influence the calculating of carrying capacity:
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Research Paper On John Carpenter
A great way to pass the time is to watch a John Carpenter movie. It has a great story line, easy to
follow, and parent s with young children can watch this film if they can differentiate costumes. It
has loads of action, weapons, magicians, sorcery, magical elements and mystical beings. There is
no blood and gore, just minimal scenes of bone breaking. The movie has a bunch of loveinterest but
no nudity or adult content; just a high point of a love tango between Kurt Russel and Kim Cattrall
characters throughout the movie, passionate kisses, and women in lingerie. They have great use of
special effects but some scenes where cheesy. I wish they did not make Kurt Russel character as
much of an idiot and loner, this would have made the love story
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Informative Speech On Tattoos
Tattooing is a body modification practice used for centuries across the globe. Because of the
multiple origins of tattoos, there are several techniques and countless styles. Every tattoo is unique
in meaning to the person that receives it, though often they can fit into generalized categories.
Tattoos have fallen in and out of popularity over the course of history, though they have never and
most likely will never disappear.
II. Specific Purpose and Need to Know:
According to Written on the Body by Jane Caplan, Tattooing is one of many forms of irreversible
forms of body alteration... and it is probably the oldest and most widespread [of these.] Due to the
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Several tribes of Ancient Britons partook in tattooing as a sort of national pastime.
1.
In an article titled Ancient Britons: The Most Recognizable Tattoos of History that I accessed on
June 12th, 2017, and was posted to Tattoo.com on February 16th, 2016, I learned that the tribes
used ink made from a plant called woad. It was diluted with urine and water, but because of the
plants antibacterial properties there was rarely ever a case of infection.
2.
We know of these tattooed tribes largely due to texts written by ancient Romans, who invaded the
British Isles, and in them they described the tattoos on the Britons as making them all the more
terrifying in battle.
C.
Evidence of tattoos is found not only on mummies or in text, but on the objects left behind by
ancient civilizations.
1.
There have been numerous images of Egyptian women depicted with tattoos as figurines dated as
early as 4000 3500 B.C. as well as in tomb scenes.
2.
Ancient tools made of bronze were discovered in Northern Egypt and were identified as tattooing
tools.
Transition:
Now that I ve told you about some of the evidence of tattoos in history, I will next discuss how that
history has been kept alive.
II. Main Point II:
The emotion and expression shown
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Solomon Northup Research Paper
Although he was born free, Solomon Northup still became a slave under tough circumstances.
Solomon Northup was born in July of 1808, in Minerva, New York. Solomon was born free due
to the death of his father s, Mintus, owner. His father s owner was named Captain Henry Northup,
which is how Solomon and his father received their last name. While Northup was a child, he had
acquired some education, but mainly worked on his family s farm. In 1828, Solomon married
Anne Hampton. In 1834, he and his wife moved to Saratoga Springs, New York. They later had
three children, Elizabeth, Margaret, and Alonzo. While in upstate New York, Solomon Northup
received the reputation of a talented fiddler. Due to his talent in fiddling, two men, who... Show
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Ford was known as being very kind to Solomon. However, William Prince Ford had to give
Solomon back to the slave market due to finances. Northup s second owner was John M. Tibaut
who was very brutal to Solomon. Northup was later rescued by Ford s overseer, Andrew Chafin.
He was then sent to Edwin Epps and was a slave under him for the next ten years. His owner,
Edwin Epps, put Solomon in charge over the rest of the slaves. Solomon tried many times to
escape, but was never successful. Finally, in June of 1852, he was able to send letters to his
friends and family back home in New York. In these letters, he told them where he was and all
that had happened to him. In November of 1852, there was a widespread search in order to find
Solomon. Solomon was found in the same year. On January 4, 1853, Solomon legally obtained
total freedom. He was then reunited with his family and friends. In 1853, Solomon wrote a
memoir called Twelve Years a Slave. He could not have done this without the help of his friend,
David Wilson. In the year of 1857, Solomon disappeared from the public eye. After he
disappeared, he then began to help Harriet Tubman with the Underground Railroad. No one is
quite sure how, when, or where Solomon died, On top of not knowing how, when, or where he
died, no one quite knows where Solomon was buried either. Many believe that Solomon died
between 1857 and 1860. They believe this because no one
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Computers And The Modern Society
Say No to Decryption Smartphones, such as iPhone, Samsung, and Blackberry, have become an
indispensable part of everyone s life. Individuals use the phone to store their private information,
from photos to contacts, conversations, schedules, emails, bank accounts, and heath record, even
where we are going and who we are talking. All this information has to be protected from
decryption and unauthorized use by hackers, cyber criminals, and even the government. Recently,
data decryption becomes a certain issue faced by the technology companies, users, and the
government after two killers attacked at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California
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Building a backdoor to a phone is an unprecedented step that takes everyone s safety at risk
because it empowers government, as well as hackers and cyber criminals, to capture users
private data. Weakening encryption will cause a series of issues on the security of devices.
Sophia Cope, an attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, claims that if Apple creates
unlocking technology, its development would be like opening Pandora s Box. It means that not
only would the killer s phone be decrypted, but also all the phones would be at risk to be
decrypted. The government is more likely to ask Apple to craft a master key that could be used
to open not only one door but every door. With this master key, the government could pass
through all the devices and access everyone s message, phone calls, emails, location, social
network accounts, bank account, or even camera or microphone without the subject s consent. In
facts, not only the government but also the hackers and cyber criminals could access this
information. They rely on the loophole to crack any devices for identity theft and various kinds of
crime. Compliance with the FBI s order to create a gateway for one device is putting the risk of
millions of people s private data accessible by those who have technological knowledge, including
the government, sophisticated hackers, and cybercriminals.
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John P Morgan Essay
After the American Civil War, the industry of American began to grow and new technologies
and ideas were developed. John Pierpont Morgan, an American financier and banker, helped
with the financing of many industries such as the railroad, steel, and electric industries.
However, he used his wealth and power to control and buy out businesses. Morgan was a robber
baron who is a person who profits off of an industry or people by means of ruthless and unfair
business practices for their own personal gain. John P. Morgan, who was born in a wealthy family,
started his career as a banker. He later became a financier and helped invest in multiple industries
such as Carnegie Steel, General Electric, and various railroad companies. He became influential...
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Morgan posed on America was his influence in the government. Morgan s wealth and power in
the US economy by his monopolies were a source of concern for the people. In 1893, a financial
crisis in America that threatened the U.S. Government Treasury s gold reserve was relieved by
Morgan. Morgan formed an organization to help resupply the government s gold reserve (The
Editors, В¶ 4). However, his purpose to help resupply the government s gold reserve was not only
to protect the economy, but his monopolies as well. If the gold reserve was to be depleted, it would
have caused a detrimental problem for Morgan s profits from his monopolies. Even though Morgan
attempted to maintain his monopoly in corporate America, he came face to face with Roosevelt s
decision to bring down the monopolies that threatened
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Religion Vs. Delusions With Religious Content
I spent 6 weeks at Unit 1 Dandenong Hospital further exploring the field of psychiatry, a branch of
medicine that interests me and something that I may pursue as a career in the future. Whilst on
this rotation I encountered a number of patients with delusions of religious content (DRC),
however it took me a while to understand the differences between DRC and religious beliefs. As
of this day I still am a bit confused as to the differences between the two as the literature behind
this is still quite limited. I have included a brief discussion regarding this issue in the field of
psychiatry and my journey through it.
Religion vs. Delusions with religious content (DRC)
Case Study
Mrs A, a 32 year old Cambodian mother of 1 and practicing Buddhist, presented to Unit 1
Dandenong with a long history of schizophrenia, primarily focussed on 3 figures that she visually
hallucinates a female Buddha , an angel and a devil. She also experiences auditory command
hallucinations from these figures the devil commands self harm whereas the other 2 figures
command well being.
During interactions with Mrs A, she appears pre occupied with these figures and is seen
whispering to them. On questioning Mrs A regarding these pre occupations, she confirms that she is
mainly communicating with the female Buddha. Due to a language barrier and lack of collateral
history, it is unsure whether Mrs A is a long term practicing Buddhist and whether these behaviours
are normal in her practice of
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The World s Largest Population
From the 3.68 billion people that will be added to the world population between 1995 and 2050,
Asia will contribute some 2 billion. This enormous increase is due to the already massive size of
the population. Most of this growth will occur in the next three decades. Between 1995 and 2025
Asia s populationwill grow by 1.35 billion between 2025 and 2050 the increase is projected to be
just 658 million. China is the world s largest population, estimated to be around 1.24 billion in
1998. It grows at a rate of 1.3% per year or 44,100 people a day. There are now more people
living in China than whole world 150 years ago. The population broke the billion mark in the 1982
census, the results of which provided the justification for the strict one child policy which
effectively curbed rapid population growth. In the 1990 census, China counted 1.133 billion people,
over the next decades the world populationwill inevitably age. This is an unavoidable consequence
of large birth cohorts during the 1950s and 1960s and the rapid fertility decline since the 1970s. In
2025 the baby boomers of the 1950s and 60s will be between 65 and 75 years of age. These large
aging cohorts are followed by the relatively small baby bust generations of the worldwide
fertility decline. In 1950 there were only 131 million people of age 65 and older; in 1995 their
number had almost tripled and was estimated at 371 million. Between now and 2025 the number
will more than double again; and by 2050 we
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Athena Flaws
Arachne SD Athena In one instant you ruined my life. Maybe people will look back on our story
and pity me, Arachne, a prideful and arrogant girl who you so graciously spared. But no one will
truly understand the misery you inflicted, dreams you shattered, and the curse you bestowed. No
one will see you the way I do. Don t mistake me, I acknowledge my flaws. I can see now that I was
conceited and foolish, but I was young and eager to prove myself.
As I grew up, weaving was all I knew. Born the daughter of Idmon of Colophon a famous purple
dyer, I knew from a young age that I would one day weave the most gorgeous pictures that would
be admired by all. Desire filled my heart to create something that would catch even your attention
and respect, the goddess of wisdom and skill, known for her talents in weaving. So for years I
toiled over my loom for hours at a time, until one day, I was satisfied. In these years my skill
grew at unimaginable rates, my pride and ignorance was never far behind. People everywhere
began praising my work. When asked if you taught me, I eagerly claimed I never needed your
help. I now see these statements were the beginning of my downfall, for even if my skill didn t
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It was then an old woman began scorning me for questioning Athena s glorious artwork. She plead
with me to rebuke my blasphemy but I did not heed her words, quickly casting them aside. It was
then I declared, My opinion remains the same, if your goddess is so skilled may she not evade a
contest! It was then to both my excitement and horror, I watched this seemingly insignificant old
woman transform into a tall, golden haired goddess looking down on me. I looked up and met
your gaze, as fear slowly crept into my heart. I had no doubt I was staring at none other than Athena
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Roman Catholic Saints
Catholicism: Saints to United States
Intro to Anthropology 110
Section 001
Jacob Jendo
April 24, 2015
Introduction
The Roman Catholic Church is the largest church of all the Christian denominations with over 1.2
billion followers around the world. The Bishop of Rome or in other words, the Pope, is at the
forefront in leading such an expansive religion that extends its influence and borders beyond the
Vatican City in Rome. The Church teaches that they are the one, true church founded by Jesus
Christ, claiming their bishops to be the successors of his apostles, and that the Pope himself as the
same with the many prior popes in history are the successor to Saint Peter whom Jesus gave the
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The euphoria after JFK s victory of Catholic Americans experiencing a positive perspective by
the remainder of the country lasted until the 21st century. The biggest setback the church would
face regarding their public image was about to unfold. The Boston Globe released an article
covering five Roman Catholic priests being prosecuted for child sex abuse. The 2002 article
unanimously won a Pulitzer Prize becoming a national scandal that brought many more people to
come forward with their allegations of abuse. Roman Catholic diocese across the country quickly
learned that this wasn t an isolated issue and began to pay out settlements in the millions towards
the vast number of civil lawsuits. The church asserted remorse for the countless priests at fault,
estimating the problem was amongst no more than one percent of the 410,000 Roman Catholic
priests worldwide. Regardless, the major concern was approximately 80 percent of the cases
reported occurred in the United States, while a report by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice
indicated 4 percent of priests who served between the years 1950 2002 had allegations made against
them. Addressing the issue as an internal matter, matters were taken into the church s hands. Instead
of permanently removing priests from their roles, they were moved from one parish to another,
remaining in close contact with children. Psychological treatment was given to offending priests,
while rarely reporting incidents to the police. The church s defense was priests were allowed to
return to duty once psychologists and psychiatrists notified their bishops of their medical
assessment, deeming them fit to return and face reassignment. A panel of eight non Catholic
psychiatric experts concluded at a 2003 Vatican Conference on Sexual Abuse that the Catholic
hierarchy failed to realize the seriousness of the problem, urge to cover up the
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Cross Cultural Communication Essay
The three cultures that are involved in cross cultural communication are the Missionary s Culture
Context, the Bible Culture Context, and the Respondent s Culture Context. The Missionary s
culture is a missionaries understanding and interpretation of the Bible according to their upbringing
in the gospel, and their traditions. For example, I grew up in the Methodist Church, and singing
hymns is a part of our worship and culture. Some modernize Churches do not necessary care for
hymns, because it seems to turn off the younger generation from attending Church. Therefore, the
modern Church may only sing a hymn on a special occasion to honor their heritage, but they do
include hymns as part of their weekly worship. Nevertheless, no matter the cultural differences
God loves diversity (Winter, 2009, p. 354). As I reflect over my culture there is not too much
difference in the Bibleculture, we praise and worship, fast and pray many are still judgmental and
prejudice, and slander and cheat. Ecclesiastes 1:9 states History merely repeats itself. It has all been
done before. Nothing under the sun is truly new. Therefore, in my opinion the cultureonly changes
when we change. Unfortunately, some people cast believers to the side when we do change, but
now as I reflecting on this topic, it really just gives us an opportunity to create a more Christ like
culture, the way God intended it to be since the beginning of time.
The Bible Culture Context is the foundational key to
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Essay on The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas
THE BOY IN THE STRIPED PYJAMAS Essay Question: Books that engage directly with
contemporary concerns and issues will always involve a reader Through the study of the novel The
Boy in the Striped Pyjamas by John Boyne, it is clear that the concerns and issues, as well as the
style and structure of a text, are what determines the reader s involvement. In addition, the issues of
the past (particularly those about war) still remain concerns today. The issues amplified within The
Boy in the Striped Pyjamas include detachment in family relationships which can lead to disastrous
consequences, and the withholding of information from the youthful and innocent which can create
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Because she too is alone at Auschwitz she replaces her friends and companions with dolls,
therefore leaving Bruno with no one but himself and in need in company. I m going back to my
room to arrange my dolls (pg 38). It is his family s detachment that leads him to create new bonds
with Shmuel, a Jew from the other side of the fence, which in turn leads to a horrific ending. This
ending captures the reader because of the intensity and power in how it is written. If John Boyne
had narrated the story in any other way, the effect would not have been quite so horrific and
potent. This along with the main concern of the book captures the reader s attention, encouraging
them to read on. A major concern of World War Two which remains relevant to wars today is man
s inhumanity to man. Religious persecution is still common at present (Serbia, Northern Ireland
etc) and it is magnified in The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas through the naive observations of Bruno.
His father s understated comment those people... well they re not people at all, Bruno (pg 53)
ironically explores the horrifying detachment for those who he is mass murdering. It is the father s
emotionless statement and Bruno s innocent lack of reaction as well as the horrifying truth of the
murder of 2.5 million Jews which creates a contemporary concern. In addition the way this
comment is written creates enormous reader involvement as they see
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Plea Bargain Research Paper
Plea Bargain Essay It has been understood that many successful criminal prosecutions in the United
States end not with jury trial, rather yet plea bargain. Plea bargains are agreements between
prosecutor and defendant, where the defendant agrees to plead guilty in order to receive a lesser
offence or sentence. The mode of pleabargaining is most closely associated with high volume, low
stakes cases like misdemeanors and low grade felonies, as well as cases in which the prosecutor and
defense lawyer have a good relationship and a long history of past dealings, (O Hear,2008).
Throughout the following report I will be creating a scenario as a prosecutor proposing a plea
offer alongside with a role of defense counsel and preparing a counteroffer
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Analysis Of Jacob Riis How The Other Half Lives
Introduction Five Points was a neighborhood that was known to the Americans during the 1800s. It
s mostly filled with Irish, German, African American, and Chinese immigrants. People s life
circumstances weren t very good; it can be described as harsh. As many rich visitors went to visit
the place , their reaction was unimaginable. Factors: Economic How Five Pointsbegan and what
changed all that Five Points began as an opulence place. Opulence means great luxurious. But as
time grew, many poor people started coming into Five Points. From How the Other Half Lives by
Jacob Riis it state, As business increased, and the city grew with rapid strides, the necessities of the
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Eradication is the complete destruction of something. How the Other Half Lives shows the life of
immigrants. One example from the pictures of Jacob Riis took was called Five Cents Lodging, it
shows the poor immigrants are in dirty little tenement that were rented out for five cents. The
picture shows the struggle of immigrants when they came to America. The immigrants were
looking for a better life in American, but instead got stuck in poverty, and would often die of
diseases. In addition, Jacob Riis wrote over 101 pages about Five Points. Jacob Riis impacted
Five Points by showing the world how the poor immigrants lived. One example from How the
Other Half lives states, The twenty five cent lodging house keeps up the pretense of a
bedroom,through the head high partition enclosing a space just large enough to hold a cot and
a chair and allows the man room to pull off his clothes is the shallowest of all pretenses. The
fifteen cent bed stands boldly forth without screen in a room full of bunks with sheets as yellow
and blankets as foul. At the ten cent level the locker for the sleeper s clothes disappears. There is
no longer need of it. The tramp limit is reached, and there is nothing to lock up save, on general
principles, the lodger. Usually the ten and seven cent lodgings are different grades of the same
abomination. Some sort of an apology for a bed, with mattress and blanket( How the Other Half
Lives). In this quote from Jacob Riis s he talks about the houses and how even the most expensive
houses are garbage. He writes about the beds the people sleep on and how the homes are
abominations, meaning they are disgusting and not worth living in even if they are rented for five
cents. Therefore, Jacob Riis showed the world how poor immigrants lived, and this eventually led
to the destruction of Five
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The Gods In The Iliad
In Greek Mythology, gods and goddesses were assigned gifts related to specific aspects of nature.
It explained to people the origin of the universe and how the world operates. The ancient Greeks
were basing these scientific concepts solely based on their beliefs alone, which resulted in stories
that included the gods swooping in and interfering with human affairs. Many of those recorded
stories, including Homer s The Iliad, can be interpreted in two ways: either the actual gods have
appeared before a protagonist or that there was a natural occurrence that had no scientific
evidence to clarify what it was. Book 5 of The Iliad shows several occasions where this occurs,
and each example presented in this essay will argue if it shows that the gods are physically
present in the story, or the gods are used only as metaphors for a scientific phenomenon. On the
first line of page 164, Homer describes a scene where Athenagives Diomedes strength and daring
to ... shine forth and tower over the Argives and win himself great glory (Hom. Il. 5.2 3). The
reality of the situation is that Diomede s sudden surge of energy is most likely coming from the
chemicals in his brain. It seems like it could have been his endorphins, which are a group of
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This specific battle reveals the gods personalities, and it can be also argued that they were
physically present as they were interacting with both humans and other gods. This book can be
either interpreted heavily or taken at face value by the people reading it today, but it can be agreed
upon all that the Greeks have created a belief system that describes science in a beautifully abstract
way. Through them, humans will begin to identify certain human occurrences and discover a more
logical way to explain them as time
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Homer Bad Man Analysis
Modern society relies heavily on media, a form of mass communication, to inherit its values and
beliefs on political and social issues occurring around the world. Two of the most common forms of
communication in this field are current affairs programs and news broadcasts. Due to the mass
production and high demand for news around the world, the images and stories presented to the
public are often skewed, therefore sometimes misrepresenting the truth behind the stories being
reported on. As mediahas become more commonplace in modern society, modern texts have
explored this idea more frequently. Both the television series, Frontline by Rob Sitch et al and The
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The episode has the media depict Homer Simpson, the protagonist, as sexually harassing a
younger woman when the audience can see that Homer was really trying to retrieve his precious
gummy bear from the back of the woman s pants. When the woman retaliates to what she assumes
is an act of harassment, the media begin to get involved and a fictitious news station called Rock
Bottom asks to interview Homer to get his account of the story. The report begins with the woman
portrayed as a university honours student who devoted her life to kids, (Daniels Lynch, 1994,
10:46) and Homer as a grossly overweight pervert. (Daniels Lynch, 1994, 10:49) When she is
spoken about, the music is angelic and sweet which suddenly contrasts to the sinister non diagetic
sound played when Homer is depicted. Later in the interview, Daniels and Lynch humorously show
the blatant and obvious cuts in the interview by the clock in the background constantly switching
back and forward in time, and Homer s words cutting from sweet and candy repeatedly. This mise
en scene and use of cinematic techniques within the show, is used to portray how easy it is for the
media to misrepresent the truth through film editing and other technological
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The Differences and Similarities Between Caged Bird and...
The Differences and Similarities Between Caged Bird and Still I Rise Caged Bird and Still I
Rise are in their own ways similar, because they are both noticeably about the coloured race and
the entrapment of that race and their bid for freedom. But both poems also display many
differences, like the use of metaphors and ways of expressing their determination and the
segregation of their race. Their titles almost sound like opposites with a capture of something and
a rise above something, but Still I Rise would also be a rise above a capture or an attempt at a
capture Maya Angelou, the author, was raised in segregated, rural Arkansas, and so this could be
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The structure of Caged Bird is clearly stated in the verses and the poem moves at a steady pace,
exploring the bird s actions and feelings throughout the poem. The first verse of this poem starts
with the freedom of the bird and its joys of being able to do what it wants, but this is short lived
and the bird is captured in the second and remainder of the verses. Although there is a theme of
the bird s song running through the whole poem, it is concentrated in verse three and the same
verse is repeated as verse six. This is so that the reader doesn t forget the message the poet is
trying to portray. The fourth verse is about the things the bird is looking forward to, if it
manages to escape its captivity, but the reality comes back to the bird in the fifth and sixth
verses, and so the bird returns to its song for freedom once again. The arrangement of the first
verse in Caged Bird starts with one capital letter at the beginning and one full stop at the end,
which suggests the movement and freedom of the bird. Still I Rise has more of a hidden message.
It does not contain a journey, unlike Caged Bird , although Still I Rise has a distinctive rhythm,
which stays the same until the last two verses, which the writer uses to get the message of the will
for her to rise above the segregation across to the reader. The rhythm also suggests the marching of
slavery, which again reinforces the message of the treatment of the
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Home Depot Marketing Strategy
Home Depot is a large retail home improvement Store. They sell an assortment of home
improvement products, building materials, lawn and garden products, and also provides various
services. The strategy I feel that works well The Home Depot stores focuses on serving three
primary customer groups: do it yourself (DIY) customers, do it for me (DIFM) customers and
professional customers. Home depot has approximately 2,278 stores across the United Statesand
Puerto Rico.
The purchasing objective of home depot is that of supplier performance management. Home depot
use this objective to ensure that they meet the expectation of the market and contractor. This
objective will tighten performance gaps, see the actual performance of the overall company ... Show
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In category strategies Home depot look for suppliers who they can buy certain thing from at a
particular price, rather than buying the same items and same brand from different suppliers. They
use this strategy to maximize as much saving in the procurement. A typical example, is Home
Depot has 2,278 stores across the United States, and each store purchasing manager is responsible
for negotiating their own deals for supply. Let s say stove tops, each purchasing manager ensure
that they source the kind of stove tops they need. Another, strategy in purchasing is supplier
relationship management (SRM) strategy. According to (Monczka, 2016) Supplier relationship
management (SRM) is the end to end process of managing a supplier through the entire sourcing
life cycle, which includes first identifying the abilities of a particular company with regard to
performing a service for the internal customer, completing a sourcing event, negotiating a contract,
executing an order, and determining payment (2016). This strategy is critical for the organizations
to minimize risk, manage cost and maximizing partnership value, with a healthy supplier
relationship lifecycle. Business should align their business with their suppliers because a huge
portion of cost goes to suppliers rather than internal
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Sephora Case Essay
Case Analysis: Sephora Direct: Investing in Social Media, Video and Mobile
Track 1 Due 2/19
Yubin Kwon / Barret England/ Tuesday 4:30PM
Company Background/ History and Growth
Started as a single perfume shop in France by Dominique Mandonnaud in 1969, Sephora was
designed for customer to assist themselves with multiple brand products as Mandonnaud rebranded
his combined set of stores. Mandonnaud expanded the chain throughout France and acquired 8% of
total French retail perfume market and was purchased by LVMH, luxury product group, for $262
million in 1997.
Sephora expanded their market with cosmetic products under LNMH s ownership and opened its
first U.S store in New York City in 1998. But as they faced difficulty supplying... Show more
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* 90% of consumers who accessed Sephora through mobile devices used iPhone * Sephora is
currently attracting many media companies due to their success in media marketing * Sephora s
difficulty in estimating ROI has challenged them in determining optimal investment levels.
Major Competition and Other External Factors Traditional| Digital| * Department Store I. Macy
s II. Nordstrom * Single brand prestige cosmetic stores I. MAC II. Channel * Multi brand
specialty stores I. ULTA Beauty (closest competitor)Operates nearly 400 retail stores in U.S.
Includes full service salon and carries more than 21,000 products. | * Large online merchants II.
Amazon.com III. Beauty.com * Newer online companies I. BirchboxMonthly membership fee of
$10 with box of samples to consumers each month. II. Gilt GroupOffers limited set of luxury
products at discounts for short period (called flash sales ).|
SWOT
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Pokemon and the Steel Industry
The steel industry is something that has been evolving and changing for the past 3 centuries in
which the braced metal has been around. As we come into the modern age of mining and metal
production we can find that there have been difficulties in the way of our resources are beginning
to run low, mining is dangerous, we may not have enough fuel to smelt ironin the next century, and
abrasive water cutters are not innovating since their introduction. In the recent wake of these events
an unlikely source has been uncovered to help aid these problems and that source is the math and
physics of pokemon. Pokemon is a franchise of turn based RPG games in which creatures with
many crazy features fight each other for glory. Over the years pokemon has been getting crazy with
what these creatures are based on and some designs and descriptions hold the key to remedying
these problems with the metal industry. Currently, the metal industry, while strong, has many
problems due to the shrinking of natural resources and lack of innovation. the mathematics of
pokemon could lead a revolution in steelproduction because Excadrill design could lead to a more
efficient drill, the heat given off by magmortar is enough to create a new smeltingand improve
process for stronger steel, and the amount of pressure that Blastoise s cannons would be forcing out
can make a already good tool even better.
Excadrill is a large bipedal mole like pokemon that has drill like formations on its body. Excadrills
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Post WW II and Japan Essay
World War II took place beginning at 1939 and ending in 1945. Japan was the last opposing
country to surrender to the US Allies on September 2nd, 1945. Ending the long, horrific seven year
war.
Upon Japan s admitted defeat, the U.S. invaded and took occupation of the country for seven years.
Though assumed to be a distressing circumstance and expected total domination, it was a benefit to
Japan, for the United States to take control of them, rather than being a disadvantage. The
occupation helped the recovery and development of Japan s economy and also clarified
understanding between the two countries.
When the United States took control of Japan ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Many Japanese people still felt bitter about the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which
they tried to exploit the immorality of it by writing books, bashing the U.S. President Truman and
the Americans. However, the U.S. government during the occupation period censored it.
Surprisingly, the American occupation wasn t such an unpleasant experience the Japanese
anticipated it to be. The occupation proved to be an important, constructive phase of Japanese
history, a veritable rebirth, comparable only to the Meiji Restoration (Reischauer 222). What the
Japanese expected the U.S. to be a vindictive and relentless sovereignty, were basically friendly and
fair minded people.
The Japanese, for their part, were far from the fanatical fighters the Americans had come to know
on the battlefield, and proved to be a docile, disciplined, cooperative people at home (Reichauer
222). The United States dominating of Japan transformed the brutal war charged with overt racism
into an amicable peace in which the issue of race seemed to have disappeared. The army of
occupation became an undisputed figure of authority, and the government and its people obeyed
without question.
Since militarism and authoritarianism lead Japan into disaster, many Japanese believed that the
democratic rule the Americans eulogized must be the correct way of governing. They
enthusiastically
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The Draining Of Glacial Lake Missoula And The Formation...
THE DRAINING OF GLACIAL LAKE MISSOULA AND THE RESULTING GEOLOGICAL
FORMATIONS
RIZZO, Scott
Department of Geology, SUNY Cortland,Cortland, NY 13045
In the 1920 s, geologist J. Harlen Bretz challenged the current concept of how various geological
formations happened. At the time, geologists believed in uniformitarianism, which meant that
geologic change in the past resulted from the same slow, steady processes at work today.
But Bretz presented evidence that there was at least one exception to this rule namely the geologic
formations of the Columbia River Basin and the Channeled Scablands. He proposed that a glacier
caused an ice dam that blocked the Clark Fork River, creating Glacial Lake Missoula. He thought
that the ice dam would ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Later, he said the source could be a melting glacier somewhere near present day Spokane, but
couldn t say how that much ice could melt so fast. Another geologist, Joseph Pardee, however, had
already identified the source of the flood. It was Glacial Lake Missoula, in addition to a slowly
melting glacier! ВВ
There have been at least five major ice ages in the pass one billion years. The most recent was
called the Pleistocene Ice Age, which began about two million years ago. Interglacial periods
occurred where temperatures increased slightly and the glaciers would melt and retreat. During
the Pinedale glaciation, there were two ice sheets. One of them being the Cordilleran Ice Sheet.
The Cordilleran Ice Sheet was comprised of three main lobes. The Puget Lobe, Okanogan Lobe,
and the Purcell Trench Lobe. The one lobe in Northern Idaho, near present day Lake Pend
Oreille, was the Purcell Trench Lobe. When these sheets of glacial ice moved south they caused
an ice dam to occur. J.T. Pardee states that The evidence of icebergs, together with the apparent
regency of the lake and the variable height of its surface, connect this lake with the glacial
period, and readily lend themselves to the suggestion that its dam was of ice (Pardee, 1910) This
ice dam blocked the Clark Fork River which is near the boundary of Idaho and Montana. The water
from the river was blocked and began to build up and formed Glacial Lake Missoula. Water
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Persuasive Essay On Driverless Cars
Imagine a future with zero car accidents and taking a nap while going down the road. Imagine a
future where there are no drivers, only passengers. And not just that, but imagine not worrying
about having accidents or high insurance payments. With driverless vehicles, car accidents will
drastically diminish and insurance rates will decrease, meaning they could have a better impact
on the economy. Driverless vehicles will benefit society given that they will reduce accidents,
can improve traffic flow by enhancing its efficiency, and protect the environment from harmful
fuel emissions. Driverless vehicles, or the self driving car, is defined as any car with features
that allow it to accelerate, brake, and steer a car s course with limited or no driver interaction
(BI Intelligence par.4). When most people hear the term driverless vehicle , people instantly
think cars that drive all by themselves, meaning that the vehicles are able to completely control
themselves while the driver can sit back in the driver s seat as if they were the passenger. The
reality is that it will actually be a few years before fully self automated vehicles will make their
debut on the road, but for now the car companies and manufacturers are adding self driving
features of the latest models of cars. For example, the 2016 BMW i3 has the capability to self park
itself without the need of the driver to control the steering wheel. This reduces the risk of the driver
hitting another vehicle while
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Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallow Essay
Tell the truth! Every person has made this remark. Realistically, each person has their own
perception of truth. Truth defined according to Webster Dictionary as that which is true or in
accordance with fact or reality. Based on knowledge of the person at that specific time, truth is
defined; therefore, truth may vary for different people. Throughout Harry Potterand the Deathly
Hallow, the characters Albus Dumbledore, Severus Snape, and Harry Potterattend to truth. In the
novel, Albus Dumbledore has his own way of defining truth. Dumbledore sees truth through the
big picture. He shares enough knowledge to give hints about how to find the truth, but not enough
information to state the truth. In the novel, Minister for Magic Rufus Scrimgeour personally
delivers Dumbledore s bequests to Harry, Ron and Hermione. This is very unusual for him to
come in person. Dumbledore left Ron a deluminator, Hermione the Tales of Beedle the Bard, and
Harry a snitch and the sword of Gryffindor (which was not his to give). Scrimgeous then questions
each about the importance of each object. The Ministry of Magic is especially suspicious why this
amazing wizard left the objects for these three students out of everyone. What the Ministry of
Magic or these three did not know at the time was each had a hint that would help them later. Albus
Dumbledore shares enough knowledge so the other characters can find the truth for themselves. By
doing so, Dumbledore shows them what they need in a
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5 Paragraph Narrative Essay Graphic Organizer

  • 1. 5 Paragraph Narrative Essay Graphic Organizer 1. Step To get started, you must first create an account on site HelpWriting.net. The registration process is quick and simple, taking just a few moments. During this process, you will need to provide a password and a valid email address. 2. Step In order to create a "Write My Paper For Me" request, simply complete the 10-minute order form. Provide the necessary instructions, preferred sources, and deadline. If you want the writer to imitate your writing style, attach a sample of your previous work. 3. Step When seeking assignment writing help fromHelpWriting.net, our platform utilizes a bidding system. Review bids from our writers for your request, choose one of them based on qualifications, order history, and feedback, then place a deposit to start the assignment writing. 4. Step After receiving your paper, take a few moments to ensure it meets your expectations. If you're pleased with the result, authorize payment for the writer. Don't forget that we provide free revisions for our writing services. 5. Step When you opt to write an assignment online with us, you can request multiple revisions to ensure your satisfaction. We stand by our promise to provide original, high-quality content - if plagiarized, we offer a full refund. Choose us confidently, knowing that your needs will be fully met. 5 Paragraph Narrative Essay Graphic Organizer5 Paragraph Narrative Essay Graphic Organizer
  • 2. Plato s The Republic And Aristotle Plato s The Republic and Aristotle s The Politics are two classic texts in ancient Greek political thought. Although Plato taught Aristotle, the two philosophers had differing viewpoints on many subjects, one of them being the purpose of political rule. Plato believed that the purpose of political rule is to allow for the manifestation of a just city where both the city and its citizens are in harmony due to a specialization of roles according to individuals natures, whereas Aristotle believed that the purpose of political rule is to create a regime that pursues the common advantage and preserves the political partnership of the city. According to Plato, political rule s purpose is to enforce a certain version of justice. Plato s version of justice is neither Polemarchus idea of doing good to friends and harm to enemies, nor is it Telemarchus idea that justice is the advantage of the stronger (Plato pg. 7 15). Justice in The Republic is adhering to your role in order to secure the good of the whole, and not just the individual. The proper expression of this view of justice results in a city that is harmonious because its individual parts are functioning correctly. In order for the individual citizens in the city to carry out their proper roles, they must be separated into three categories: gold souls, silver souls, and bronze souls. Gold souls individuals are those who are competent to rule; silver souls are guardians who protect the city and also keep watch over the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Kohler Case Introduction Kohler Company was faced with a very tough decision of whether or not to settle outside of court or go to court to settle with the dissenting shareholders. We will take you through the history of the company and why they recapitalized. Also, we will touch on some of the risks of going to trial to have the courts set a price. We have also broken down the numbers and found many different prices found by using the dividend growth model and the multiples approach. We will also show how different outcomes will affect Kohler s retained earnings and cash standing. In the end, we believe we have chosen the best possible price to make everyone in the case happy without much sacrifice from either side and without having to go to court.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... After the successful reverse stock split only a small percentage of stock still remained with outsiders, but was closely monitored for the next 20years to maintain the private state of firm control. It is hard to find negatives for being so private because Kohler has been so successful at it. A few possible reasons for big companies such as Kohler to have public shares is because they offer a new source of capital, a cash flow for acquisitions, liquidity for estate planning and a means to reward employees with options. Kohler could make the counter to these public offers by saying we may not have these public options, but who is going to take us over anyway... we re Kohler. Why recapitalize: In 1998, Herbert Kohler proposed to buy back all the shares from outsiders and further restrict the selling of shares to outsiders. There were many reasons for this recapitalization plan: Herbert Kohler did not like the high speculative prices that the shares were selling for. People started to think that Kohler would go public and it would increase the share prices. Therefore, they paid higher prices for the Kohler stock with the expectations that the stock price would go higher. He thought that it might entice the family members to sell their shares to outsiders. 5 Kohler preferred the company s private status. It was a family owned business and Kohler wanted to keep it within the family. Kohler could not control ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. The Different Effects Of Sugar Choice On Yeast... The Different Effects of Sugar Choice on Yeast Fermentation Rate Sadia Mustofa Abstract Baker s yeast costs little to produce and is convenient to store and use. While baker s yeast can ferment simple sugars, monosaccharides which are simple sugars and contains one or more hydroxyl groups per molecule. It takes much longer to ferment polysaccharides which are composed of two or more monosaccharides. In a beaker, 2g of yeast, 2g of a sugar and 100mL of distilled water at 40В°C were combined in a 250 mL flask. Once the mixture was stirred for two minutes, the fermentation rate was measured with a timer and the sugars were tested up to three trials each. Fructose had the fastest average rate of fermentation at 1.42 minutes. Sucralose, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is known that yeast can ferment sugars such as glucose, sucralose, fructose, saccharin, and maltose but not ferment Truvia, starch, and lactose as efficiently. Simple sugars are known as monosaccharides whereas complex sugars are polysaccharides because they are made up of monosaccharides through dehydration reactions. A dehydration reaction occurs when a water molecule is removed from the reacting molecule and the two molecules become covalently bonded. Glucose and fructose are monosaccharides whereas, maltose, sucralose, starch, saccharin, and lactose are polysaccharides. Truvia is the only sugar that is not either a monosaccharide or a polysaccharide. All monosaccharides and polysaccharides are composed of some multiple of CH2O. The yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae was used for determining the fermentation of various sugars because it is convenient to use and ferments quickly. Throughout the experiment, the only factor that wasn t constant was the sugars used in the fermentation process. Based on this, it was hypothesized that there would be differences in yeast fermentation of sugars. Methods 2g of yeast, 2g of glucose, and 100 mL of distilled water at 40В°C were combined in a 250 mL flask. A stir bar was placed in the flask. After the flask was gently stirred, the flask was placed on the stir plate. Then, the stir setting was turned up to 8 slowly and stirred for two minutes. Another flask was filled with tap water and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Alice Munro Sparknotes The Canadian author Alice Munro was born July 10, 1931 in Wingham, Ontario. She is popularly known as the most important short story writer in Canada along within the English speaking community as well. She was awarded as the first Canadian Nobel Prize winner in 2013. Alice Munro narrates her short stories in an analytical manner of the protagonist, reflecting on their experiences to outline a more in depth meaning. The central idea is a recurring idea through the experiences of the characters within the short story. Similarly, in her short story the Gravel, the narrator is seen outlining the context through various memories from her childhood. In Alice Munro s short story Gravel, the narrator guides the readers through the psychological reasoning... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Not a large one but hollowed... (Munro, 254), this helps readers identify that the narrator is looking back into the past, their childhood. Memory is the empowering representation of human existence and the basis of how our mental life is shaped. She states that there many memories she recalls and many that she assumes to understand with no certainty. As the narrator discusses her own memories, she is in the process of resolving the conflicts and contradictions she believes is related to Caro s death. The narrator remembers the accident taking place due to her lack of concern and therefore she puts herself at fault. Psychologically it is possible to form a memory that is misread or misinterpreted, and likewise this is what the professional the narrator had met to deal with her grief had tried to convince her with. The professional, possibly a grief councillor, had provided her with a scenario where she was incapable of opening the door, resulting to Caro s death. The narrator was satisfied with this conclusion just for a while till she returned to her observation of the memory. Her guilt lied in the factual matter of not doing anything to help her sister; realistically as a child she was convinced that Caro would save herself since dogs did not need saving from bodies of water. Memory here describes an individual s struggle to recollect the past and with being conscious to those memories ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Sin, Consequences And Redemption In Le Morte DArthur The Sin, Consequences, and Redemption of Sir Lancelot Sir Lancelot is the dominant figure in Le Morte D Arthur who presents us with the theme of sin and redemption. Sir Agravaine and Sir Mordred expose the courtly romance or otherwise adulterous affair between Sir Lancelot and Queen Guenever. This sets in motion the conflicts and other events leading up to the death of Sir Lancelot and many other noteworthy characters. Sir Lancelot betrays both King Arthurand Queen Guenever. If he is truly a noble character as Sir Gawaine, Sir Gareth, and Sir Gaheris describe, would he have involved himself in such a treacherous act? Sir Agravaine says, I marvel that we all be not ashamed both to see and to know how Sir Launcelot lieth daily and nightly by the queen, and all we know it so; and it is shamefully suffered of us all, that we all should suffer so noble a king as King Arthur is so to be shamed (Location 12810). Sir Lancelot s betrayal raises opposition between the knights and breaks up that which should remain united. His betrayal reaches beyond the king and queen. Thus, it is not a surprise that the consequences of his sin affect the lives of so many. Now, Sir Agravaine and Sir Mordredplot to find Sir Lancelot and Queen Guenever alone together, while the king is away. The king warns Sir Agravaine and Sir Mordred, ...he will fight with him that bringeth up the noise, and I know no knight that is able to match him (Location 12836). With King Arthur s consent, they gather a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Fatigu Acromegaly Research Paper CLINICAL MANIFESTATION Enlarged hands and feet are common feature with acromegaly. People with this disorder often notice that they can no longer put on rings that used to fit and that their shoe size has progressively increased. Gradual changes in the shape of their face, such as a protruding lower jaw and brow, an enlarged nose, thickened lips, and wider spacing between the teeth can also be noted (Z. Killinger, J. Payer, I. LazГєrovГЎ et al 2010). Because it tends to progress slowly, early signs may not be readily apparent for several years. Sometimes, people notice the condition only by comparing old photographs. Some of the key signature features of this disorder are deepened husky voice as a result of enlarged vocal cords and sinuses,... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The liver produces a hormone called insulin like growth factor I (IGF I) when GH is secreted into the blood stream. This result in the growth of bones and other tissues. If the pituitary gland makes too much GH, excessive amounts of IGF I can result leading to abnormal growth of the soft tissues and skeleton and other signs and symptoms characteristic of acromegaly and gigantism. In adults, a tumor is the most common cause of too much GH production: Pituitary tumors. Most cases of acromegaly are caused by a noncancerous tumor of the pituitary gland. Secretion of excessive amounts of growth hormone causes the signs and symptoms of acromegaly. Symptoms such as headaches and impaired vision are resultant of the tumor mass pressing on nearby brain tissues. Tumors in other parts of the body, such as the lungs, pancreas or adrenal glands can also cause acromegaly in few people. These tumors are from non pituitary origin which sometimes secrete GH. In some cases, the tumors produce a hormone called growth hormone releasing hormone (GH RH) which stimulates the pituitary to make more ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Application Of An Immigrant Visa Abroad At The Consulate... approval of the petition is done, the applicant is required to either file for an immigrant visa abroad at the consulate or United States Embassy or file for an adjustment of status to permanent residence. Through benchmarking, new ways can be implemented for elimination of the duplicate effort mandated by the current process. These benchmarking initiatives and others will provide the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services the innovation it needs for ensuring that it achieves the cycle time goals by reducing the cycle time for processing the petitions for alien relative as much as it can. Any productivity enhancement demands a carefully monitored and planned process for ensuring that national security issues and the integrity of the process are not compromised in any manner. Further, efforts aimed at reducing cycle times and eliminating backlogs will eventually help in furthering national security and facilitating the goals of the DHS. New Proposed Process Narrative Changes should be made to the current process for filing and adjudication of the petition for alien relative. The proposed process should primarily be implemented with an intention of reducing the time that American citizens are kept apart from their immediate relatives who are expected to remain outside the borders of the United States for processing of the immigrant visa application and during the adjudication of waivers of inadmissibility. Through this change, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Polyesteramide Lab Report New aromatic polyesteramide was synthesized from 4 amino benzoic acid and 4 hydroxybenzoic acid. These monomers were carried out by the direct polycondensation reaction with phosphorus oxychloride as a catalyst, pyridine as an activating agent in dimethylformamide solvent system. This method produces polyesteramide of different morphology with fairly high average molecular weight, glass transition temperature and degradation temperature. This polymerhas unique characteristics due to different functional group such as ester, amide and aromatic groups present in the polymer matrix which further helps in enhancing thermal and mechanical properties. The obtained polymer was characterized by the different methods such as Fourier transformed infrared spectroscopy, X ray scattering, differential scanning calorimeter, thermo gravimetric... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It indicate the presence of ester linkage C=O stretching around 1728, 1739 cm 1, amide linkage C=O stretching [8] 1649, 1656 cm 1, amide linkage N H bending 3329, 3332 cm 1 and N H stretching [9] 1593, 1598 cm 1, C O stretching for ester between 100 1300cm 1. It also showed the presence of aromatic part C C stretching around 1512, 1407, 1452 cm 1 and C H stretching 823, 847, 844cm 1 [10]. Figure: 2 FTIR of Polyesteramide 1H Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) analysis 1H NMR of PEA 2, PEA 3 and PEA 5 is mentioned in figure 3, 4 and 5 respectively. This gave aromatic C H 1, 3, 5 positions at 7.98, 7.87 ppm of PEA 2; 7.95, 7.86 ppm of PEA 3 and 7.96, 7.87 ppm of PEA 5. It gave C H 2, 4, 6 positions at 7.65, 7.67, 7.57 of PEA 2, 3, 5 respectively [11]. Figure: 3 1H NMR of PEA 2 Figure: 4 1H NMR of PEA 3 Figure: 5 1H NMR of PEA 5 Differential scanning calorimeter (DSC) ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Pros And Cons Of Compulsory License COMPULSORY LICENSING (Remedy for abuse of IPR) A Compulsory license is when a government allows someone else to produce the patented product or process without the consent of the patent owner. It became a typical feature worldwide. In 1990s many countries started granting compulsory licenses according to national laws, which were in consonance with International principles. In certain products such as food, medicine compulsory license were specifically provided by countries such as United States due non working of the product and also in national interests. Various International conventions and agreements that have recognized compulsory licenses over the years have been explained below. Paris Convention, 1883 Paris convention in year of 1883 first time established right ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 1.Member states may (but are not obliged to) provide for the grant of compulsory licenses to prevent abuses of the exclusive rights conferred by the patent, for example for failure to work. 2.Forfeiture of the patent will not be provided for except where the grant of compulsory licenses is not sufficient to prevent abuses. Forfeiture or revocation of a patent will not be instituted before the expiration of three years from the grant of the first compulsory license. 3.A compulsory license may not be applied for on the ground of failure to work or insufficient working before the expiration of four years from the date of application for the patent, or three years from the date of the grant of the patent whichever period expires last. It shall be refused if the patentee justifies his/her inaction by legitimate reasons . 4.A compulsory license shall be non exclusive and shall not be transferable even in the form of the grant of a sub license except with that part of the enterprise or goodwill, which exploits such license. The Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. The And Substance Abuse By Paula Dominguez Introduction Paula Dominguez is a 45 year old bilingual Hispanic female. She is a single mother of three, but all of her kids where removed from her care due to general neglect and no provision of support. She has a history with addiction, which led to a past incarceration, but is currently in treatment for her alcohol and substance abuse. She currently only has supervised visits with her eldest son, Alex, but is requesting unsupervised visits and reunification services for him. Alex is 16 has a PPLA and is currently in a group home. He was molested by his stepdad when he was 10, which subsequently led to Alex later molesting his younger brother, Jesus. Jesus is 9 and is currently living with his younger brother Seth, who is 7 years old, and their grandmother, Carmen Rodriguez, in Legal Guardianship. Carmen was considering adopting both of the younger boys, but has recently changed her mind due to her inability to handle the boy s escalating behavioral problems. There are many factors which are contributing to the familys need for intervention services, such as mental and behavioral health diagnosis, substance abuse, and a history of abuse and neglect. Alternatively, there are many strengths and protective factors this family possesses, such as a desire to remain unified as a family, active participation in individual and family counseling, and involvement in extracurricular activities, that the family can use to mitigate existing problems. Paula Dominguez Engagement When ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Diagnosed With Stage IIi Breast Cancer Marybeth has been healthy for the most of her life, however, she was diagnosed with stage III breast cancer in October, 2015. After the surgery, she went for one chemo therapy. She was supposed to have 4 sessions. But she decided not to take the rest of the chemo therapy due to her financial hardship at the time. She was ready whenever the Lord wanted her. She drove to work a week after her surgery, and she kept telling herself that she could do this. At the age of 70, another wonderful opportunity emerged. Marybeth was offered the position of Clinical Supervisor at UW Parkside. She enjoys observing first and second year education majors in their field experiences. Marybeth s life has been a roller coaster. There have been ups and downs. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Marybeth thinks her life as integrative. She had a great childhood, a rewarding teenage years, getting married and having children, helping with raising up her grandchildren. She has passed on many morals and values to the young generations. As Erikson stated in his psychosocial developmental stages, integrity is the opposite of self centered love. It is a sense of acceptance that this is one s only life. (Berzoff, 2011) She tries to contribute more to her family and society and wants to live a regret free life, she also accepts her own death in the future. She is very involved with community work. She volunteers at different organizations, agencies and clubs. She was very involved when she was young, and to this day, she still tries to catch up with everything she used to do at the age of 71. She told me that she was satisfied with her life. The more she does, the more satisfied she is. She is well presented the activity theory of aging. The activity theory of aging proposes that older adults are happiest when they stay active and maintain social interactions. These activities, especially when meaningful, help the elderly to replace lost life roles after retirement and, therefore, resist the social pressures that limit an older person s world. The theory assumes a positive relationship between activity and life satisfaction. Activity theory reflects the functionalist perspective that the equilibrium, that an individual ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Jay Kelley Case Study School Psychology Jaylene Kelley is a school psychologist that serves our school district through a special services cooperative that provides services to 17 school districts in north central Oklahoma. Jaylene has 15 years of experience as a School Psychologist and has primarily served small, rural schools through the cooperative since becoming a SchoolPsychologist. Jaylene indicated that she has always had a desire to help students and was inspired to become a School Psychologist after watching a relative struggle in school due to severe emotional problems compounded with learning deficiencies. Jaylene said that she always felt bad for the relative and noticed that staff members always seemed to struggle in properly serving her relative and there was minimal ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... and become a National Certified School Psychologist (NCSP). Jaylene indicated that she is one of 2 school psychologists employed by the special services cooperative that serves 17 school districts, therefore her role as a School Psychologist is limited to analyzing data submitted by the school and parents, administering assessments and analyzing results, compiling all data into a formative report depicting eligibility for services. Jaylene said that her role in the intervention and development of strategies is very limited and is mainly the responsibility of the local teams. A typical week for Jaylene includes traveling to all member schools of the special services cooperative to provide testing services. A typical week for Jaylene included 600 700 miles traveling to and from all member schools throughout the cooperative district. Afternoons, early evenings, and days she is not scheduled to administer assessments are spent on writing formal reports for previous days and weeks testing. The reports are provided to the school districts and informs them of students who may or may not meet the eligibility requirements for special services. A typical month includes 12 15 days of administering tests and 5 7 days of office time to formulate ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Comparison Between LIDAR And GPR In my opinion the LIDAR (light detection and ranging) and the GPR (ground penetrating radar) from the article search for ancient civilizations are the best inventions compared to the rest because they (together) use a chunk of land and research it with out digging it up which would take forever so they study the chunk of land by using satellite imagery and the GPR again to study the chunk to see if there is any buried treasure making great use of time and less injured people too!, Although I tip my hat for the dropsonde hurricane sensor and the planes (WC 130J)from the article weather reconnaissance but i find it low tech and most likely replacable in the near future because mankind is always coming up with new things everyday (although ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. The Pardoner s Prologue Sparknotes Does the way the story describes the Pardoner makes it seem as if he is a wholly vicious man? I believe it does, from the start you can easily notice he is a very selfish person, yet he is supposed to be a pastor and someone who tries to benefit the people of the church. Instead of fulfilling the role God has put him in he would rather preach for his own benefits and bring sin upon the church. In The Pardoner s Prologue, the story begins by explaining that the Pardoner is a man who preaches and tries to sell his community salvation. He speaks on cupidity majority of the time which is saying that greed is the root of evil. This is the first example of why he is a cruel man. He is preaching lies to his people to make them feel bad and tricking them into giving money to the church, telling people not to be greedy yet he is being greedy himself. Later on, he tells us that he preaches only to gain money, he doesn t preach to try and bring the congregation salvation or freedom from their sins. He even gets to the point where he thinks his sermons are intended to be evil, to offend God and the community. Anyone who disagrees with what the Pardoner says is believe to be wrong and influenced by evil intent. The reason the Pardoner does... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It goes on to say that the Pardoner s tongue will be a dagger to the people who hear his message, he will speak to the congregation and they will feel pain. He will also spit venom towards the people whose lies are called holiness. This is why it is so easy to classify the Pardoner as a wholly vicious person, he is basically described as a snake and when people think of snakes it s not a positive picture. A snake is something that is dangerous and scary, not happy and glorious. The Pardoner is viciously coming for the pockets of the congregation and if anyone interferes, there will be problems. There is no doubt that he is a wholly vicious man and that s been ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Red Meat Essay Red meat contains high biological protein and significant micronutrients that would required for great health for life. It also contains a range of fats, including vital omega 3 polyunsaturated fats. Recent analyses need indicated that there has been a huge pattern to leaner cuts for meat over two decades [3]. Same time the dietary creation will differ sort of as stated by breed, feeding regimen, season and meatcut, as a rule in general red meat has a low fat content, is moderate in cholesterol and rich in protein and huge numbers crucial vitamins and minerals (79). 6.Comparison of the composition of red meat and vegetarian protein sources The Australian guide should health consuming prescribes a healthy diet incorporate 1 2 serves for every ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Bruce Springsteen Speeches There are a lot of crimes in the world that people are going through, even if it s not a crime it can be stressed and they can still get stressed out by it. For those who went through with crime when they had it happened to them. They opened their hearts and all of the hard time that they have been through, even if it was super hard to share. They want to share the pain that they have been through. Some day when is targets someone else, and someone sees that happens they will think about it. Help the victims and you might get something back in return. For those who don t really know how to share they might type it out and share it that way. Others could share it by singing a song about it. Bruce Springsteen is talking about his life, and how ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Wal-Mart Case Study Essays 1.What were the main elements of the control system that Sam Walton created? It is evident that Sam Walton believed in the importance of control systems in an organization; as he established certain strategic control systems in the company. Walton wanted everyone within the organization to be committed to Wal Mart s goal total customer satisfaction , and the strategic control systems were set accordingly. There are various elements of control systems used in Wal Mart which are: Personal Control An example is when there is an underperforming store; top managers visit these stores in order to lend their expertise to the employees there. Moreover, they fly on monthly basis to various Wal Mart stores locations to check their ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Wal Mart s control systems help achieve the basic building block and high competitive advantage: Efficiency One of the control systems in Wal Mart is the financial control systemthat provided managers with day to day feedback about the business performance; where the financial performance of each store and even each department within each store can be tracked and monitored through a sophisticated companywide satellite system. This control system helps sharing profitability information and inventory turnover rate among associates; which as a result gives them an in depth insight into the retailing business and work on improving it. Furthermore, the above control system helps identifying if there is an underperforming store in the business in order to take immediate action; where managers and associates meet to find solutions and raise performance. Besides, top managers pay routine visits to stores with lower performance to lend their expertise. Another interesting strategy is that every month top managers fly to different Wal Mart stores in order to inspect their performance, and they meet on Saturdays to discuss financial results and future implications. On the other hand, another control system the organization is their rewarding strategy; as they link their performance and abilities to meet goals and targets to pay raise and promotion. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Essay on Afghanistan- A Country in Distress Afghanistan A Country in Distress Afghanistan, a country located in South Asia just east of Iran whose population is 28,513,677, is one of the countries that I chose to address. Their government is under Transitional Authority which is in a state of unrest as national elections would formally dissolve this system and adapt or establish the Government of Afghanistan under a new constitution. The country like others in the Middle East suffers from enormous poverty and a few other problems to include the lack of skilled and educated workers, which also has such a grave effect on most other countries. The lack of is more than likely what lies beneath the country s poverty. If people aren t educated or don t have the knowledge to perform ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The agricultural workforce is made up of 80% of the country s people while the other 20 percent works in services and industry. Even though unemployment doesn t exist, the country is still poor but hopes to see some significant progress and changes to offset the housing shortages, the lack of clean water, infrastructure reconstruction, jobs, education, and economic reform. One third of the GDP comes from opium trade which fell to a low with the past drought but the replacement is well under way. The GDP rate is 29% but appears to be such a high amount because of past figures resulting from the drought and the impact of international assistance. The country exports opium, fruits and nuts, hand woven carpets, wool, cotton, hides and pelts, precious and semi precious gems and equals to about $98 million not counting the illicit trade of opium. The country s import totals to around $1.1 billion which clearly shows that they spend more than they actually out. The imports are essentials and couldn t be eliminated or substituted as they are capital goods, food, textiles, and petroleum products. The country is currently in a great state of deficit as their debt totals to $8 billion in bilateral debt, mostly to Russia and $500 million in debt to Multilateral ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. A Research Study On Infant Memory Development Infant memory development is one of the topics of PSY103 lectures, and is also one of the significant issues in Psychology. Dr. Jane Herbert was the lecturer of this topic and she drew my attention and interest to infant memory development and infantile amnesia. Infantile amnesia is the failure to recall events from babyhood and early childhood (Hayne Jack, 2010). In other words, according to Henri Henri (1898 cited in Hayne, 2004), most of the children and adults can only recollect the earliest memorybetween 2 and 4 years old. Early experience is a crucial element in understanding human development as psychologists stated its influences would last for long (Hayne Jack, 2010). The early experience plays an important role in brain, social, behavioural development (Hayne, 2004). Many scholars and psychologists at or beyond the University of Sheffield has conducted numerous research in this field, and they aimed to study infant memory ability and age related changes in various kind of aspects with their research impacting society in many ways. In this essay, the academic impacts of psychological research in connection with infant memory development will be discussed first. This will be then followed by the discussion about the social and economic impacts, which benefit the society. Firstly, the academic impacts of psychological research will be discussed. Psychological research in infant memory development has further developed the existing theory and expanded the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Ban All Advertising From The Tobacco Industry In 2001, there was an argument by the government of India trying to decide whether or not it was a good idea to ban all advertising from the tobacco industry. The government s main goal was to find a way to reduce the number of teenagers using tobacco. The government believed that these advertisements encouraged teens to start smoking or to continue smoking if they were doing it already. As expected, this situation created a lot of tension between the government and the tobacco industry. This created two sides: those in favor of the ban, and those against it. Those in favor of the ban argued that the government had the moral responsibility to make sure teens weren t smoking. They pointed out that tobacco causes millions of deaths every year, so it was important that the youth never started smoking in the first place. They also argued that the advertisements were too colorful or looked like cartoons which would get too much attention of children and, eventually, it would drive them to become smokers. The other argument that was made was that other countries had already done it, so India could do it as well. Finland, France, and Norway had implemented bans on advertising for tobacco products acting on what they believed was the best interest of their citizens. Part of the argument was that banning advertisements wasn t illegal, therefore, there was nothing to stop the government from implementing it. However, the government was warned that a ban like this would only work ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Examples Of Altruism Altruism is the virtue of unselfishness. It is the principle and practice of concern for others. T ypically it is associated with selfless acts like volunteering and helping the less fortunate. Altruists are commonly stereotyped to those who ve given greatly to those in need, to the extent in which they seemingly put those in need over themselves. The Dalai Lama and Mahatma Gandhi are common icons for this theory. Pure altruism is the form of the virtue in which one can perform altruist acts while remaining completely unselfishly motivated. A circumstance of this would be donating money for the benefit of others with no personal self satisfaction or mental rewarding. An example of a pure altruist act is an innocent mother risking her life to save her young child, and dying as the result of saving her child. I do acknowledge a fair hearing towards this and agree it is morally courageous in our present western society. However, seemingness is a true factor that is predetermined in this sense. It s not the question of what the mother gains from death that s important, but the theme of absence gained from living. More specifically, the mom subconsciously concluded Dirk Willems and ThГch QuбєЈng Дђб»©c also come to mind. well, one can still feel rewarded and do something altruistically . It is just the claim that one can be sufficiently motivated to act out of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. A Common Fear Of Population Growth It s a common fear that population growth will exhaust resources and result in social or economic disaster if it is not controlled. It is anticipated that most of the projected population growth during this century will take place in developing nations. These countries have faced many challenges in recent years, including low levels of education, poor health standards, scarcity, limited housing, natural resource exhaustion, strife, and monetary and governmental command by other countries. In places like Africa, industrial development has stalled and most workers still make a living from survival agriculture. The association between populationand the environment is a complicated one, human cultures bearings on the environment are a... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Mostly they focused their attention on teaching married couples about birth control and dispensing contraceptives, but some programs took more coercive approaches. China imposed a limit of one child per family in 1979, with two children allowed in special cases (Price, 1999). Large societies obviously consume more supplies than small ones, but depletion patterns and technology selections may report for more environmental harms than pure digits of people. The U.S. population is about one fourth as large as that of China or India, but the United States currently uses far more energy because Americans are wealthier and use their prosperity to buy energy intensive goods like automobiles and electronics (Arrow et al, 1995). However, China and India are developing and becoming more prosperous, so their ecological effects will increase because of both population expansion and consumption levels in the next several years. As income increases and technologies diffuse through society, purchasers start to value environmental quality more greatly and become more able to pay for it. Carrying capacity is a term derived from ecology, its defined as the maximum number of beings a habitat can sustain indeterminately without destroying the resources. For most species, there are four variables that influence the calculating of carrying capacity: ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Research Paper On John Carpenter A great way to pass the time is to watch a John Carpenter movie. It has a great story line, easy to follow, and parent s with young children can watch this film if they can differentiate costumes. It has loads of action, weapons, magicians, sorcery, magical elements and mystical beings. There is no blood and gore, just minimal scenes of bone breaking. The movie has a bunch of loveinterest but no nudity or adult content; just a high point of a love tango between Kurt Russel and Kim Cattrall characters throughout the movie, passionate kisses, and women in lingerie. They have great use of special effects but some scenes where cheesy. I wish they did not make Kurt Russel character as much of an idiot and loner, this would have made the love story ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Informative Speech On Tattoos Tattooing is a body modification practice used for centuries across the globe. Because of the multiple origins of tattoos, there are several techniques and countless styles. Every tattoo is unique in meaning to the person that receives it, though often they can fit into generalized categories. Tattoos have fallen in and out of popularity over the course of history, though they have never and most likely will never disappear. II. Specific Purpose and Need to Know: According to Written on the Body by Jane Caplan, Tattooing is one of many forms of irreversible forms of body alteration... and it is probably the oldest and most widespread [of these.] Due to the age of tattooing as a whole, there are countless things one can learn ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... B. Several tribes of Ancient Britons partook in tattooing as a sort of national pastime. 1. In an article titled Ancient Britons: The Most Recognizable Tattoos of History that I accessed on June 12th, 2017, and was posted to Tattoo.com on February 16th, 2016, I learned that the tribes used ink made from a plant called woad. It was diluted with urine and water, but because of the plants antibacterial properties there was rarely ever a case of infection. 2. We know of these tattooed tribes largely due to texts written by ancient Romans, who invaded the British Isles, and in them they described the tattoos on the Britons as making them all the more terrifying in battle. C. Evidence of tattoos is found not only on mummies or in text, but on the objects left behind by ancient civilizations. 1. There have been numerous images of Egyptian women depicted with tattoos as figurines dated as early as 4000 3500 B.C. as well as in tomb scenes. 2. Ancient tools made of bronze were discovered in Northern Egypt and were identified as tattooing tools. Transition: Now that I ve told you about some of the evidence of tattoos in history, I will next discuss how that
  • 26. history has been kept alive. II. Main Point II: The emotion and expression shown ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Solomon Northup Research Paper Although he was born free, Solomon Northup still became a slave under tough circumstances. Solomon Northup was born in July of 1808, in Minerva, New York. Solomon was born free due to the death of his father s, Mintus, owner. His father s owner was named Captain Henry Northup, which is how Solomon and his father received their last name. While Northup was a child, he had acquired some education, but mainly worked on his family s farm. In 1828, Solomon married Anne Hampton. In 1834, he and his wife moved to Saratoga Springs, New York. They later had three children, Elizabeth, Margaret, and Alonzo. While in upstate New York, Solomon Northup received the reputation of a talented fiddler. Due to his talent in fiddling, two men, who... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Ford was known as being very kind to Solomon. However, William Prince Ford had to give Solomon back to the slave market due to finances. Northup s second owner was John M. Tibaut who was very brutal to Solomon. Northup was later rescued by Ford s overseer, Andrew Chafin. He was then sent to Edwin Epps and was a slave under him for the next ten years. His owner, Edwin Epps, put Solomon in charge over the rest of the slaves. Solomon tried many times to escape, but was never successful. Finally, in June of 1852, he was able to send letters to his friends and family back home in New York. In these letters, he told them where he was and all that had happened to him. In November of 1852, there was a widespread search in order to find Solomon. Solomon was found in the same year. On January 4, 1853, Solomon legally obtained total freedom. He was then reunited with his family and friends. In 1853, Solomon wrote a memoir called Twelve Years a Slave. He could not have done this without the help of his friend, David Wilson. In the year of 1857, Solomon disappeared from the public eye. After he disappeared, he then began to help Harriet Tubman with the Underground Railroad. No one is quite sure how, when, or where Solomon died, On top of not knowing how, when, or where he died, no one quite knows where Solomon was buried either. Many believe that Solomon died between 1857 and 1860. They believe this because no one ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Computers And The Modern Society Say No to Decryption Smartphones, such as iPhone, Samsung, and Blackberry, have become an indispensable part of everyone s life. Individuals use the phone to store their private information, from photos to contacts, conversations, schedules, emails, bank accounts, and heath record, even where we are going and who we are talking. All this information has to be protected from decryption and unauthorized use by hackers, cyber criminals, and even the government. Recently, data decryption becomes a certain issue faced by the technology companies, users, and the government after two killers attacked at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California on December 2, 2015. The shooting did not only take the life of 14 innocent people but... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Building a backdoor to a phone is an unprecedented step that takes everyone s safety at risk because it empowers government, as well as hackers and cyber criminals, to capture users private data. Weakening encryption will cause a series of issues on the security of devices. Sophia Cope, an attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, claims that if Apple creates unlocking technology, its development would be like opening Pandora s Box. It means that not only would the killer s phone be decrypted, but also all the phones would be at risk to be decrypted. The government is more likely to ask Apple to craft a master key that could be used to open not only one door but every door. With this master key, the government could pass through all the devices and access everyone s message, phone calls, emails, location, social network accounts, bank account, or even camera or microphone without the subject s consent. In facts, not only the government but also the hackers and cyber criminals could access this information. They rely on the loophole to crack any devices for identity theft and various kinds of crime. Compliance with the FBI s order to create a gateway for one device is putting the risk of millions of people s private data accessible by those who have technological knowledge, including the government, sophisticated hackers, and cybercriminals. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. John P Morgan Essay After the American Civil War, the industry of American began to grow and new technologies and ideas were developed. John Pierpont Morgan, an American financier and banker, helped with the financing of many industries such as the railroad, steel, and electric industries. However, he used his wealth and power to control and buy out businesses. Morgan was a robber baron who is a person who profits off of an industry or people by means of ruthless and unfair business practices for their own personal gain. John P. Morgan, who was born in a wealthy family, started his career as a banker. He later became a financier and helped invest in multiple industries such as Carnegie Steel, General Electric, and various railroad companies. He became influential... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Morgan posed on America was his influence in the government. Morgan s wealth and power in the US economy by his monopolies were a source of concern for the people. In 1893, a financial crisis in America that threatened the U.S. Government Treasury s gold reserve was relieved by Morgan. Morgan formed an organization to help resupply the government s gold reserve (The Editors, В¶ 4). However, his purpose to help resupply the government s gold reserve was not only to protect the economy, but his monopolies as well. If the gold reserve was to be depleted, it would have caused a detrimental problem for Morgan s profits from his monopolies. Even though Morgan attempted to maintain his monopoly in corporate America, he came face to face with Roosevelt s decision to bring down the monopolies that threatened ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Religion Vs. Delusions With Religious Content I spent 6 weeks at Unit 1 Dandenong Hospital further exploring the field of psychiatry, a branch of medicine that interests me and something that I may pursue as a career in the future. Whilst on this rotation I encountered a number of patients with delusions of religious content (DRC), however it took me a while to understand the differences between DRC and religious beliefs. As of this day I still am a bit confused as to the differences between the two as the literature behind this is still quite limited. I have included a brief discussion regarding this issue in the field of psychiatry and my journey through it. Religion vs. Delusions with religious content (DRC) Case Study Mrs A, a 32 year old Cambodian mother of 1 and practicing Buddhist, presented to Unit 1 Dandenong with a long history of schizophrenia, primarily focussed on 3 figures that she visually hallucinates a female Buddha , an angel and a devil. She also experiences auditory command hallucinations from these figures the devil commands self harm whereas the other 2 figures command well being. During interactions with Mrs A, she appears pre occupied with these figures and is seen whispering to them. On questioning Mrs A regarding these pre occupations, she confirms that she is mainly communicating with the female Buddha. Due to a language barrier and lack of collateral history, it is unsure whether Mrs A is a long term practicing Buddhist and whether these behaviours are normal in her practice of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. The World s Largest Population From the 3.68 billion people that will be added to the world population between 1995 and 2050, Asia will contribute some 2 billion. This enormous increase is due to the already massive size of the population. Most of this growth will occur in the next three decades. Between 1995 and 2025 Asia s populationwill grow by 1.35 billion between 2025 and 2050 the increase is projected to be just 658 million. China is the world s largest population, estimated to be around 1.24 billion in 1998. It grows at a rate of 1.3% per year or 44,100 people a day. There are now more people living in China than whole world 150 years ago. The population broke the billion mark in the 1982 census, the results of which provided the justification for the strict one child policy which effectively curbed rapid population growth. In the 1990 census, China counted 1.133 billion people, over the next decades the world populationwill inevitably age. This is an unavoidable consequence of large birth cohorts during the 1950s and 1960s and the rapid fertility decline since the 1970s. In 2025 the baby boomers of the 1950s and 60s will be between 65 and 75 years of age. These large aging cohorts are followed by the relatively small baby bust generations of the worldwide fertility decline. In 1950 there were only 131 million people of age 65 and older; in 1995 their number had almost tripled and was estimated at 371 million. Between now and 2025 the number will more than double again; and by 2050 we ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Athena Flaws Arachne SD Athena In one instant you ruined my life. Maybe people will look back on our story and pity me, Arachne, a prideful and arrogant girl who you so graciously spared. But no one will truly understand the misery you inflicted, dreams you shattered, and the curse you bestowed. No one will see you the way I do. Don t mistake me, I acknowledge my flaws. I can see now that I was conceited and foolish, but I was young and eager to prove myself. As I grew up, weaving was all I knew. Born the daughter of Idmon of Colophon a famous purple dyer, I knew from a young age that I would one day weave the most gorgeous pictures that would be admired by all. Desire filled my heart to create something that would catch even your attention and respect, the goddess of wisdom and skill, known for her talents in weaving. So for years I toiled over my loom for hours at a time, until one day, I was satisfied. In these years my skill grew at unimaginable rates, my pride and ignorance was never far behind. People everywhere began praising my work. When asked if you taught me, I eagerly claimed I never needed your help. I now see these statements were the beginning of my downfall, for even if my skill didn t exceed your own, you would have punished me ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It was then an old woman began scorning me for questioning Athena s glorious artwork. She plead with me to rebuke my blasphemy but I did not heed her words, quickly casting them aside. It was then I declared, My opinion remains the same, if your goddess is so skilled may she not evade a contest! It was then to both my excitement and horror, I watched this seemingly insignificant old woman transform into a tall, golden haired goddess looking down on me. I looked up and met your gaze, as fear slowly crept into my heart. I had no doubt I was staring at none other than Athena ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Roman Catholic Saints Catholicism: Saints to United States Intro to Anthropology 110 Section 001 Jacob Jendo April 24, 2015 Introduction The Roman Catholic Church is the largest church of all the Christian denominations with over 1.2 billion followers around the world. The Bishop of Rome or in other words, the Pope, is at the forefront in leading such an expansive religion that extends its influence and borders beyond the Vatican City in Rome. The Church teaches that they are the one, true church founded by Jesus Christ, claiming their bishops to be the successors of his apostles, and that the Pope himself as the same with the many prior popes in history are the successor to Saint Peter whom Jesus gave the Keys of Heaven to be the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The euphoria after JFK s victory of Catholic Americans experiencing a positive perspective by the remainder of the country lasted until the 21st century. The biggest setback the church would face regarding their public image was about to unfold. The Boston Globe released an article covering five Roman Catholic priests being prosecuted for child sex abuse. The 2002 article unanimously won a Pulitzer Prize becoming a national scandal that brought many more people to come forward with their allegations of abuse. Roman Catholic diocese across the country quickly learned that this wasn t an isolated issue and began to pay out settlements in the millions towards the vast number of civil lawsuits. The church asserted remorse for the countless priests at fault, estimating the problem was amongst no more than one percent of the 410,000 Roman Catholic priests worldwide. Regardless, the major concern was approximately 80 percent of the cases reported occurred in the United States, while a report by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice indicated 4 percent of priests who served between the years 1950 2002 had allegations made against them. Addressing the issue as an internal matter, matters were taken into the church s hands. Instead of permanently removing priests from their roles, they were moved from one parish to another, remaining in close contact with children. Psychological treatment was given to offending priests, while rarely reporting incidents to the police. The church s defense was priests were allowed to return to duty once psychologists and psychiatrists notified their bishops of their medical assessment, deeming them fit to return and face reassignment. A panel of eight non Catholic psychiatric experts concluded at a 2003 Vatican Conference on Sexual Abuse that the Catholic hierarchy failed to realize the seriousness of the problem, urge to cover up the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Cross Cultural Communication Essay The three cultures that are involved in cross cultural communication are the Missionary s Culture Context, the Bible Culture Context, and the Respondent s Culture Context. The Missionary s culture is a missionaries understanding and interpretation of the Bible according to their upbringing in the gospel, and their traditions. For example, I grew up in the Methodist Church, and singing hymns is a part of our worship and culture. Some modernize Churches do not necessary care for hymns, because it seems to turn off the younger generation from attending Church. Therefore, the modern Church may only sing a hymn on a special occasion to honor their heritage, but they do include hymns as part of their weekly worship. Nevertheless, no matter the cultural differences God loves diversity (Winter, 2009, p. 354). As I reflect over my culture there is not too much difference in the Bibleculture, we praise and worship, fast and pray many are still judgmental and prejudice, and slander and cheat. Ecclesiastes 1:9 states History merely repeats itself. It has all been done before. Nothing under the sun is truly new. Therefore, in my opinion the cultureonly changes when we change. Unfortunately, some people cast believers to the side when we do change, but now as I reflecting on this topic, it really just gives us an opportunity to create a more Christ like culture, the way God intended it to be since the beginning of time. The Bible Culture Context is the foundational key to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Essay on The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas THE BOY IN THE STRIPED PYJAMAS Essay Question: Books that engage directly with contemporary concerns and issues will always involve a reader Through the study of the novel The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas by John Boyne, it is clear that the concerns and issues, as well as the style and structure of a text, are what determines the reader s involvement. In addition, the issues of the past (particularly those about war) still remain concerns today. The issues amplified within The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas include detachment in family relationships which can lead to disastrous consequences, and the withholding of information from the youthful and innocent which can create dangerous situations. Along with these, is the main issue of the... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Because she too is alone at Auschwitz she replaces her friends and companions with dolls, therefore leaving Bruno with no one but himself and in need in company. I m going back to my room to arrange my dolls (pg 38). It is his family s detachment that leads him to create new bonds with Shmuel, a Jew from the other side of the fence, which in turn leads to a horrific ending. This ending captures the reader because of the intensity and power in how it is written. If John Boyne had narrated the story in any other way, the effect would not have been quite so horrific and potent. This along with the main concern of the book captures the reader s attention, encouraging them to read on. A major concern of World War Two which remains relevant to wars today is man s inhumanity to man. Religious persecution is still common at present (Serbia, Northern Ireland etc) and it is magnified in The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas through the naive observations of Bruno. His father s understated comment those people... well they re not people at all, Bruno (pg 53) ironically explores the horrifying detachment for those who he is mass murdering. It is the father s emotionless statement and Bruno s innocent lack of reaction as well as the horrifying truth of the murder of 2.5 million Jews which creates a contemporary concern. In addition the way this comment is written creates enormous reader involvement as they see ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Plea Bargain Research Paper Plea Bargain Essay It has been understood that many successful criminal prosecutions in the United States end not with jury trial, rather yet plea bargain. Plea bargains are agreements between prosecutor and defendant, where the defendant agrees to plead guilty in order to receive a lesser offence or sentence. The mode of pleabargaining is most closely associated with high volume, low stakes cases like misdemeanors and low grade felonies, as well as cases in which the prosecutor and defense lawyer have a good relationship and a long history of past dealings, (O Hear,2008). Throughout the following report I will be creating a scenario as a prosecutor proposing a plea offer alongside with a role of defense counsel and preparing a counteroffer ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Analysis Of Jacob Riis How The Other Half Lives Introduction Five Points was a neighborhood that was known to the Americans during the 1800s. It s mostly filled with Irish, German, African American, and Chinese immigrants. People s life circumstances weren t very good; it can be described as harsh. As many rich visitors went to visit the place , their reaction was unimaginable. Factors: Economic How Five Pointsbegan and what changed all that Five Points began as an opulence place. Opulence means great luxurious. But as time grew, many poor people started coming into Five Points. From How the Other Half Lives by Jacob Riis it state, As business increased, and the city grew with rapid strides, the necessities of the poor became the opportunity... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Eradication is the complete destruction of something. How the Other Half Lives shows the life of immigrants. One example from the pictures of Jacob Riis took was called Five Cents Lodging, it shows the poor immigrants are in dirty little tenement that were rented out for five cents. The picture shows the struggle of immigrants when they came to America. The immigrants were looking for a better life in American, but instead got stuck in poverty, and would often die of diseases. In addition, Jacob Riis wrote over 101 pages about Five Points. Jacob Riis impacted Five Points by showing the world how the poor immigrants lived. One example from How the Other Half lives states, The twenty five cent lodging house keeps up the pretense of a bedroom,through the head high partition enclosing a space just large enough to hold a cot and a chair and allows the man room to pull off his clothes is the shallowest of all pretenses. The fifteen cent bed stands boldly forth without screen in a room full of bunks with sheets as yellow and blankets as foul. At the ten cent level the locker for the sleeper s clothes disappears. There is no longer need of it. The tramp limit is reached, and there is nothing to lock up save, on general principles, the lodger. Usually the ten and seven cent lodgings are different grades of the same abomination. Some sort of an apology for a bed, with mattress and blanket( How the Other Half Lives). In this quote from Jacob Riis s he talks about the houses and how even the most expensive houses are garbage. He writes about the beds the people sleep on and how the homes are abominations, meaning they are disgusting and not worth living in even if they are rented for five cents. Therefore, Jacob Riis showed the world how poor immigrants lived, and this eventually led to the destruction of Five ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. The Gods In The Iliad In Greek Mythology, gods and goddesses were assigned gifts related to specific aspects of nature. It explained to people the origin of the universe and how the world operates. The ancient Greeks were basing these scientific concepts solely based on their beliefs alone, which resulted in stories that included the gods swooping in and interfering with human affairs. Many of those recorded stories, including Homer s The Iliad, can be interpreted in two ways: either the actual gods have appeared before a protagonist or that there was a natural occurrence that had no scientific evidence to clarify what it was. Book 5 of The Iliad shows several occasions where this occurs, and each example presented in this essay will argue if it shows that the gods are physically present in the story, or the gods are used only as metaphors for a scientific phenomenon. On the first line of page 164, Homer describes a scene where Athenagives Diomedes strength and daring to ... shine forth and tower over the Argives and win himself great glory (Hom. Il. 5.2 3). The reality of the situation is that Diomede s sudden surge of energy is most likely coming from the chemicals in his brain. It seems like it could have been his endorphins, which are a group of hormones that were activated by his... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This specific battle reveals the gods personalities, and it can be also argued that they were physically present as they were interacting with both humans and other gods. This book can be either interpreted heavily or taken at face value by the people reading it today, but it can be agreed upon all that the Greeks have created a belief system that describes science in a beautifully abstract way. Through them, humans will begin to identify certain human occurrences and discover a more logical way to explain them as time ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Homer Bad Man Analysis Modern society relies heavily on media, a form of mass communication, to inherit its values and beliefs on political and social issues occurring around the world. Two of the most common forms of communication in this field are current affairs programs and news broadcasts. Due to the mass production and high demand for news around the world, the images and stories presented to the public are often skewed, therefore sometimes misrepresenting the truth behind the stories being reported on. As mediahas become more commonplace in modern society, modern texts have explored this idea more frequently. Both the television series, Frontline by Rob Sitch et al and The Simpsons episode Homer Bad Man, written by Greg Daniels and directed by Jeffery Lynch... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The episode has the media depict Homer Simpson, the protagonist, as sexually harassing a younger woman when the audience can see that Homer was really trying to retrieve his precious gummy bear from the back of the woman s pants. When the woman retaliates to what she assumes is an act of harassment, the media begin to get involved and a fictitious news station called Rock Bottom asks to interview Homer to get his account of the story. The report begins with the woman portrayed as a university honours student who devoted her life to kids, (Daniels Lynch, 1994, 10:46) and Homer as a grossly overweight pervert. (Daniels Lynch, 1994, 10:49) When she is spoken about, the music is angelic and sweet which suddenly contrasts to the sinister non diagetic sound played when Homer is depicted. Later in the interview, Daniels and Lynch humorously show the blatant and obvious cuts in the interview by the clock in the background constantly switching back and forward in time, and Homer s words cutting from sweet and candy repeatedly. This mise en scene and use of cinematic techniques within the show, is used to portray how easy it is for the media to misrepresent the truth through film editing and other technological ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. The Differences and Similarities Between Caged Bird and... The Differences and Similarities Between Caged Bird and Still I Rise Caged Bird and Still I Rise are in their own ways similar, because they are both noticeably about the coloured race and the entrapment of that race and their bid for freedom. But both poems also display many differences, like the use of metaphors and ways of expressing their determination and the segregation of their race. Their titles almost sound like opposites with a capture of something and a rise above something, but Still I Rise would also be a rise above a capture or an attempt at a capture Maya Angelou, the author, was raised in segregated, rural Arkansas, and so this could be the reason for the content of her poems. I think that she has... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The structure of Caged Bird is clearly stated in the verses and the poem moves at a steady pace, exploring the bird s actions and feelings throughout the poem. The first verse of this poem starts with the freedom of the bird and its joys of being able to do what it wants, but this is short lived and the bird is captured in the second and remainder of the verses. Although there is a theme of the bird s song running through the whole poem, it is concentrated in verse three and the same verse is repeated as verse six. This is so that the reader doesn t forget the message the poet is trying to portray. The fourth verse is about the things the bird is looking forward to, if it manages to escape its captivity, but the reality comes back to the bird in the fifth and sixth verses, and so the bird returns to its song for freedom once again. The arrangement of the first verse in Caged Bird starts with one capital letter at the beginning and one full stop at the end, which suggests the movement and freedom of the bird. Still I Rise has more of a hidden message. It does not contain a journey, unlike Caged Bird , although Still I Rise has a distinctive rhythm, which stays the same until the last two verses, which the writer uses to get the message of the will for her to rise above the segregation across to the reader. The rhythm also suggests the marching of slavery, which again reinforces the message of the treatment of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Home Depot Marketing Strategy Home Depot is a large retail home improvement Store. They sell an assortment of home improvement products, building materials, lawn and garden products, and also provides various services. The strategy I feel that works well The Home Depot stores focuses on serving three primary customer groups: do it yourself (DIY) customers, do it for me (DIFM) customers and professional customers. Home depot has approximately 2,278 stores across the United Statesand Puerto Rico. The purchasing objective of home depot is that of supplier performance management. Home depot use this objective to ensure that they meet the expectation of the market and contractor. This objective will tighten performance gaps, see the actual performance of the overall company ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In category strategies Home depot look for suppliers who they can buy certain thing from at a particular price, rather than buying the same items and same brand from different suppliers. They use this strategy to maximize as much saving in the procurement. A typical example, is Home Depot has 2,278 stores across the United States, and each store purchasing manager is responsible for negotiating their own deals for supply. Let s say stove tops, each purchasing manager ensure that they source the kind of stove tops they need. Another, strategy in purchasing is supplier relationship management (SRM) strategy. According to (Monczka, 2016) Supplier relationship management (SRM) is the end to end process of managing a supplier through the entire sourcing life cycle, which includes first identifying the abilities of a particular company with regard to performing a service for the internal customer, completing a sourcing event, negotiating a contract, executing an order, and determining payment (2016). This strategy is critical for the organizations to minimize risk, manage cost and maximizing partnership value, with a healthy supplier relationship lifecycle. Business should align their business with their suppliers because a huge portion of cost goes to suppliers rather than internal ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Sephora Case Essay Case Analysis: Sephora Direct: Investing in Social Media, Video and Mobile Track 1 Due 2/19 Yubin Kwon / Barret England/ Tuesday 4:30PM Company Background/ History and Growth Started as a single perfume shop in France by Dominique Mandonnaud in 1969, Sephora was designed for customer to assist themselves with multiple brand products as Mandonnaud rebranded his combined set of stores. Mandonnaud expanded the chain throughout France and acquired 8% of total French retail perfume market and was purchased by LVMH, luxury product group, for $262 million in 1997. Sephora expanded their market with cosmetic products under LNMH s ownership and opened its first U.S store in New York City in 1998. But as they faced difficulty supplying... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... * 90% of consumers who accessed Sephora through mobile devices used iPhone * Sephora is currently attracting many media companies due to their success in media marketing * Sephora s difficulty in estimating ROI has challenged them in determining optimal investment levels. Major Competition and Other External Factors Traditional| Digital| * Department Store I. Macy s II. Nordstrom * Single brand prestige cosmetic stores I. MAC II. Channel * Multi brand specialty stores I. ULTA Beauty (closest competitor)Operates nearly 400 retail stores in U.S. Includes full service salon and carries more than 21,000 products. | * Large online merchants II. Amazon.com III. Beauty.com * Newer online companies I. BirchboxMonthly membership fee of $10 with box of samples to consumers each month. II. Gilt GroupOffers limited set of luxury products at discounts for short period (called flash sales ).| SWOT ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Pokemon and the Steel Industry The steel industry is something that has been evolving and changing for the past 3 centuries in which the braced metal has been around. As we come into the modern age of mining and metal production we can find that there have been difficulties in the way of our resources are beginning to run low, mining is dangerous, we may not have enough fuel to smelt ironin the next century, and abrasive water cutters are not innovating since their introduction. In the recent wake of these events an unlikely source has been uncovered to help aid these problems and that source is the math and physics of pokemon. Pokemon is a franchise of turn based RPG games in which creatures with many crazy features fight each other for glory. Over the years pokemon has been getting crazy with what these creatures are based on and some designs and descriptions hold the key to remedying these problems with the metal industry. Currently, the metal industry, while strong, has many problems due to the shrinking of natural resources and lack of innovation. the mathematics of pokemon could lead a revolution in steelproduction because Excadrill design could lead to a more efficient drill, the heat given off by magmortar is enough to create a new smeltingand improve process for stronger steel, and the amount of pressure that Blastoise s cannons would be forcing out can make a already good tool even better. Excadrill is a large bipedal mole like pokemon that has drill like formations on its body. Excadrills ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Post WW II and Japan Essay World War II took place beginning at 1939 and ending in 1945. Japan was the last opposing country to surrender to the US Allies on September 2nd, 1945. Ending the long, horrific seven year war. Upon Japan s admitted defeat, the U.S. invaded and took occupation of the country for seven years. Though assumed to be a distressing circumstance and expected total domination, it was a benefit to Japan, for the United States to take control of them, rather than being a disadvantage. The occupation helped the recovery and development of Japan s economy and also clarified understanding between the two countries. When the United States took control of Japan ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Many Japanese people still felt bitter about the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which they tried to exploit the immorality of it by writing books, bashing the U.S. President Truman and the Americans. However, the U.S. government during the occupation period censored it. Surprisingly, the American occupation wasn t such an unpleasant experience the Japanese anticipated it to be. The occupation proved to be an important, constructive phase of Japanese history, a veritable rebirth, comparable only to the Meiji Restoration (Reischauer 222). What the Japanese expected the U.S. to be a vindictive and relentless sovereignty, were basically friendly and fair minded people. The Japanese, for their part, were far from the fanatical fighters the Americans had come to know on the battlefield, and proved to be a docile, disciplined, cooperative people at home (Reichauer 222). The United States dominating of Japan transformed the brutal war charged with overt racism into an amicable peace in which the issue of race seemed to have disappeared. The army of occupation became an undisputed figure of authority, and the government and its people obeyed without question. Since militarism and authoritarianism lead Japan into disaster, many Japanese believed that the democratic rule the Americans eulogized must be the correct way of governing. They enthusiastically ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. The Draining Of Glacial Lake Missoula And The Formation... THE DRAINING OF GLACIAL LAKE MISSOULA AND THE RESULTING GEOLOGICAL FORMATIONS RIZZO, Scott Department of Geology, SUNY Cortland,Cortland, NY 13045 In the 1920 s, geologist J. Harlen Bretz challenged the current concept of how various geological formations happened. At the time, geologists believed in uniformitarianism, which meant that geologic change in the past resulted from the same slow, steady processes at work today. But Bretz presented evidence that there was at least one exception to this rule namely the geologic formations of the Columbia River Basin and the Channeled Scablands. He proposed that a glacier caused an ice dam that blocked the Clark Fork River, creating Glacial Lake Missoula. He thought that the ice dam would ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Later, he said the source could be a melting glacier somewhere near present day Spokane, but couldn t say how that much ice could melt so fast. Another geologist, Joseph Pardee, however, had already identified the source of the flood. It was Glacial Lake Missoula, in addition to a slowly melting glacier! ВВ There have been at least five major ice ages in the pass one billion years. The most recent was called the Pleistocene Ice Age, which began about two million years ago. Interglacial periods occurred where temperatures increased slightly and the glaciers would melt and retreat. During the Pinedale glaciation, there were two ice sheets. One of them being the Cordilleran Ice Sheet. The Cordilleran Ice Sheet was comprised of three main lobes. The Puget Lobe, Okanogan Lobe, and the Purcell Trench Lobe. The one lobe in Northern Idaho, near present day Lake Pend Oreille, was the Purcell Trench Lobe. When these sheets of glacial ice moved south they caused an ice dam to occur. J.T. Pardee states that The evidence of icebergs, together with the apparent regency of the lake and the variable height of its surface, connect this lake with the glacial period, and readily lend themselves to the suggestion that its dam was of ice (Pardee, 1910) This ice dam blocked the Clark Fork River which is near the boundary of Idaho and Montana. The water from the river was blocked and began to build up and formed Glacial Lake Missoula. Water ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Persuasive Essay On Driverless Cars Imagine a future with zero car accidents and taking a nap while going down the road. Imagine a future where there are no drivers, only passengers. And not just that, but imagine not worrying about having accidents or high insurance payments. With driverless vehicles, car accidents will drastically diminish and insurance rates will decrease, meaning they could have a better impact on the economy. Driverless vehicles will benefit society given that they will reduce accidents, can improve traffic flow by enhancing its efficiency, and protect the environment from harmful fuel emissions. Driverless vehicles, or the self driving car, is defined as any car with features that allow it to accelerate, brake, and steer a car s course with limited or no driver interaction (BI Intelligence par.4). When most people hear the term driverless vehicle , people instantly think cars that drive all by themselves, meaning that the vehicles are able to completely control themselves while the driver can sit back in the driver s seat as if they were the passenger. The reality is that it will actually be a few years before fully self automated vehicles will make their debut on the road, but for now the car companies and manufacturers are adding self driving features of the latest models of cars. For example, the 2016 BMW i3 has the capability to self park itself without the need of the driver to control the steering wheel. This reduces the risk of the driver hitting another vehicle while ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallow Essay Tell the truth! Every person has made this remark. Realistically, each person has their own perception of truth. Truth defined according to Webster Dictionary as that which is true or in accordance with fact or reality. Based on knowledge of the person at that specific time, truth is defined; therefore, truth may vary for different people. Throughout Harry Potterand the Deathly Hallow, the characters Albus Dumbledore, Severus Snape, and Harry Potterattend to truth. In the novel, Albus Dumbledore has his own way of defining truth. Dumbledore sees truth through the big picture. He shares enough knowledge to give hints about how to find the truth, but not enough information to state the truth. In the novel, Minister for Magic Rufus Scrimgeour personally delivers Dumbledore s bequests to Harry, Ron and Hermione. This is very unusual for him to come in person. Dumbledore left Ron a deluminator, Hermione the Tales of Beedle the Bard, and Harry a snitch and the sword of Gryffindor (which was not his to give). Scrimgeous then questions each about the importance of each object. The Ministry of Magic is especially suspicious why this amazing wizard left the objects for these three students out of everyone. What the Ministry of Magic or these three did not know at the time was each had a hint that would help them later. Albus Dumbledore shares enough knowledge so the other characters can find the truth for themselves. By doing so, Dumbledore shows them what they need in a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...