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Non Human Animal Cognitive Psychology
Animals communicate to each other just as we do by making sounds to warn another. However, some
nonhuman animals developed languages and cognitive capacities; psychologist refer it as animal
cognitive. From the psychology 7th edition textbook by Sandra E. Hockenbury, Susan A. Nolan, and
Don H. Hockenbury stated that Going beyond languages, psychologists today study many aspects of
animal behavior, including memory, problem solving, planning, cooperation, and even deception.
Collectively, such research reflects an active area of psychological research that is referred to as
animal cognitive or comparative cognitive. (289) There are many examples of intelligent nonhuman
animals, such as chimpanzees and elephants. Furthermore, the animal that ... Show more content on
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They are also intelligent enough to recognize themselves in a mirror, and as well as empathy, which
makes us human because of our emotions and feelings. Dolphins creates sounds, make physical
contacts, and body clusters to communicate with their own and another species. They make vocals
such as whistles, clicking, and squeaking sounds, to interact with another. An good example of an
intelligent dolphin is Kelly the dolphin at the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies in Mississippi;
from the study, Kelly the dolphin has a good critical thinking skills comparing to human. From the
article Why dolphins are deep thinkers written by Anuschka de Rohan; Rohan stated many examples
such as showing Kelly having a sense of future and delay gratification. Rohan said When people drop
paper into the water she hides it under a rock at the bottom of the pool. The next time a trainer passes,
she goes down to the rock and tears off a piece of paper to give to the trainer. After a fish reward, she
goes back down, tears off another piece of paper, gets another fish, and so on. Kelly wasn t trained this
way, but she figured another way to receive
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Narrative Essay On My First Day In High School
My freshman year in high school was the rough compared to the normal high school things. On
August 12, 2013, I almost lost my best friend; he had smoked for twenty some years when he had a
devastating heart attack. I remember the fear and the thoughts of death that made my skin shiver. It
was the second week of school on Tuesday when I got a pass at the beginning of my World History
class when I got a pass with immediately circled three or four times. The pass made me very confused
considering I didn t know of any appointments I had, and I didn t ask my mom if I could go home
early. Leaving the class and entering the empty hall, thinking about what s going on as my footsteps
echoing through the halls. What s going on? Why would I be leaving this close to the end of school?
As I walked past the office to my locker, I saw my mom with red eyes and purple bags under her eyes.
At that moment, my stomach flipped and knotted up, because it s at that moment when I realized
something very wrong has happened. My pace quickened to the point of almost running; shoving my
French one book and Algebra one in my backpack before sprinting to my mom. She met me by the big
glass doors in the lobby of the office; laying a hand on my shoulder she told me my dad had a major
heart attack. I had felt my body instinctively lunged toward the door, but my mom held my shoulder
tight. As we walked to the car, my sister was in the front seat with her hair all messy in a bun and in
her pajamas. She
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Rhetoric Techniques In Seaworld
SeaWorld has experienced many fatal accident over the years. One of the most calamitous incidents
was the death of Dawn Brancheau. SeaWorld was confronted about the safety of the trainers. Gabriela
Cowperthwaine, the director of Blackfish, proclaims that keeping whales in captivity is inhumane and
treacherous to whales and humans. The audience is supposed to see how harmless the whales are
throughout the movie. Blackfish is used to portray killer whales as innocent and harmless. The film
uses different types of rhetoric, such as: pathos, ethos, and logos. Cowperthwaine uses logos
throughout the film to prove to the audience that killer whales are not dangerous. In the film, Howard
Garrett, Orca Researcher, says There is no record of an orca doing any harm to a human in the wild.
He is exploiting the topic of whales becoming aggressive when they are help in captivity. ... Show
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The commercials are used to get children s attention about SeaWorld. SeaWorld is used for
entertainment and vacations. The SeaWorld executives told lies about having any connections with
Loro Parque. The executives lied because a man was killed by a killer whale. SeaWorld actually sent
the whales to that park and trained the trainers. Ethos is used in Brancheaus autopsy report. The report
was very detailed. Reports used Brancheaus death as a gain for them to prove that whales aren t
dangerous. The other trainer that was with Brancheau was pushed to say that he saw the whale grab
her ponytail, even though it was really her arm. Reporters made her death seem like it was her fault
because she had a long ponytail and the whale was able to grab
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Understand The Importance Of Safeguarding
Safeguarding children is paramount to promoting the welfare of children and protect them from harm,
everyone who comes into contact with children and families has a role to play, protecting children
from maltreatment; Preventing impairment of children s health or development; ensuring that children
grow up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care; and taking action to
enable all children to have the best outcomes.
Eventually, effective safeguarding of the children can only be achieved through putting children at the
centre of the system, and playing their full part i.e. every individual and agency playing their full part,
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The necessity to safeguard children applies both to charities working in the UK and other countries
where children may face different or additional risks of abuse or exploitation. These safeguards should
include a child protection policy and procedures for dealing with issues of concern or abuse.
For the purposes of child protection legislation the term child refers to anyone up to the age of 18
years.
the welfare of the child is paramount
no child or group of children must be treated any less favourably than others in being able to access
services which meet their particular needs
all children without exception have the right to protection from abuse regardless of gender, ethnicity,
disability, sexuality or
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Atonement and in Memory of W. B Yeats
In Memory of C. Tallis and R. Turner In this essay I will discuss the effects of W. H. Auden s poem In
Memory of W. B. Yeats upon the tone, and the foreshadowing of plot line of Ian McEwan s novel
Atonement. The poem and the novel are both elegiac it is the contribution of the poem to Atonement
at the crucial point before the deaths of the characters Robbie and Cecilia that begins to set the tone of
elegy within the novel. This acknowledgement of death and mourning brings a sense of impending
doom; the love expressed from Cecilia to Robbie by the inclusion of lines from In Memory of W. B.
Yeats is matched by the element of tragic loss it also insinuates. The poem, set at a time of great
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The poem appears again at page two hundred and forty two of Atonement, in the line In the deserts of
the heart / let the healing fountain start. (242). This line succeeds more positive thoughts from Robbie,
where he determines to start anew, to find his father and to find Cecilia. Robbie [...] Dreamed of
sharing a little house somewhere, of an ordinary life, a family line, connection. , and these wishes are
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The Monarch Butterfly Extinction
The monarch butterfly is something that we all have known and loved ever since we were children.
During the present time, the monarch butterflies are becoming extinct. Due to human and natural
activities, the monarchs population has been declining for two decades. Delaware and its citizens are
taking action to save the monarchs from extinction. The monarch takes on a long migration from
America and Canada to Mexico during the winter (vice versa). The monarch lives in three distinct
population areas. People in Delaware are working hard to save an American icon.
The monarch butterfly travels long distances to get to their nesting grounds. The monarch s migration
takes a total of 3000 miles. Their nesting grounds is located in the Sierra
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Depression And Depression In The Scarlet Letter By...
It will take over every thought, control one s very being until they truly believe they are hopeless,
broken, and undeserving of even the most basic comforts. It will drain the very soul until there is no
spirit left in a person. Everyone will experience it at least once in their lifetime, whether it s from a
close family death or a disfiguration of the mind. It does not discriminate race, gender, religion or
profession; it is depression. The symptoms of depression often seen in people are self harm, feelings
of guilt, worsening health, unshakeable sadness, interrupted sleep patterns, distancing one s self from
everything, and a lack a hope. The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne can be read as a
psychological novel in which the characters, Hester Prynne and Arthur Dimmesdale, have different
experiences with depression. First of all, the way depression affects an individual from The Scarlet
Letter is through the events of self harm. Depression is often a leading cause of self harm. Studies in
depression have shown several cases of self harm, most often caused by the fact that people either
enjoy the pain, feel as though they deserve to undergo it, or they feel as though it is the only way they
can control the pain in their lives. These feelings translate directly into The Scarlet Letter through
Dimmesdale. After committing adultery with Hester, he feels as though his previous actions have
taken away all personal value he holds. His beliefs at the time are that he must
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`` The Price Of Success ``
Vince Lombardi once said, The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the
determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.
Donald Trump successfully won the 2016 election and will have four more years to successfully carry
out his term. From childhood to adulthood Trump has shown a charismatic personality, therefore, there
are plenty of insights predicting his actions during his presidency. In Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs
there are five stages. In order, the stages are: Physiological, Safety, Love and Belongingness, Esteem,
and Self Actualization. Trump flip flops between two of the stages: Love and Belongingness, and
Esteem. One of Trump s traits of the Big Five is narcissism, which in the McAdam s (2016) article, it
states that people display this trait because they lack early life mirroring. This means that the parents
failed to lovingly reflect on their child s budding grandiosity, in return, leaving the child desperately
seeking affirmation from others throughout their lives. Love and Belongingness reflects Trump s
narcissistic tendencies in this way. Trump shows the Esteem stage with his need to be the best, be
successful, and prove that he can be a successful president. As president of the United States, Trump is
trying to fulfill his Self Actualization need with Self Transcendence by helping others and fulfill his
inner potential as president. Trump bases his actions and goals on the
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Moving To The Caribbean
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Shipping Express Corp offers international shipping services to Jamaica, Puerto Rico, the Bahamas,
and other islands throughout the Caribbean Sea. Located in the Bronx, this international shipping
company is well equipped to ship just about anything, from boxes and crates to appliances and cars.
When you need quick and reliable international shipping services for your big move, trust these
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goods, and they also provide shipping services for larger items, including furniture, appliances, and
motor vehicles. These fully insured and licensed international shipping experts promise to handle your
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Give them a call at (718) 231 1909 today to speak with a hospitable customer service representative
about scheduling international shipping to Jamaica or other Caribbean isles, and be sure to visit them
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Puritan Society In The Scarlet Letter By Nathaniel Hawthorne
In the Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne harshly criticizes Puritan society. From hypocrisy to
forgiveness, Hawthorne uses hidden messages and motifs to express his criticism of society and to
spread his messages. A social judgement explored by Hawthorne is that a majority perspective stifles
individuality.
Dimmesdale best exemplifies the social judgement presented in the novel. Puritanical society s ideals
suppress Dimmesdale s desire to come out as a sinner because he has a status he isn t willing to give
up. Public humiliation for sins was prominent in puritanical times and people wanted to avoid it at all
costs. However, in his attempts to preserve his reputation and hide his identity, he deteriorates his
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Hawthorne especially makes obvious the parallel between Hester and Eve and Dimmesdale and
Adam. While they are the two most obvious relations, other characters in the story play a part
Hawthorne explores the motif of good versus evil in The Scarlet Letter, and it is a classic motif present
in the famous story of Adam and Eve. The opening scene presents Hester on the scaffold, receiving
the punishment of a scarlet letter A . Her community describes her as sinful by nature, which was a
common description of women during puritanical times. By the first scene, Hester can be scene as a
parallel to Eve. Hester is perceived as sinful while standing on the scaffold, just as Eve was after
eating the fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil before Adam had. Hester s banishment is
also similar to Eve s, both mentally and physically. Hester and Eve must face confrontation with a
judgmental figure and experience banishment from a society in which they had lived. Arthur
Dimmesdale, a religious leader in the novel, exhibits traits of Adam in Adam and Eve. Unlike Hester,
Dimmesdale decides to conceal his secret for seven years due to his need to preserve his reputation.
Dimmesdale parallels Adam because just as Adam hid his sin from God, Dimmesdale hid his sin from
his society. Adam is discovered by God after trying to hide, but confesses to God that he had eaten the
forbidden fruit. While Dimmesdale does confess his sin, he does it to a different kind
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Integrated 1 And Macdougall Littel Algebra Summary
Review of Standards of Text
Amanda E.L. Kent
Chico State University, Chico
November 18, 2014
Professor Matthews
Author Note
Review of Sequences in CPM Common Core Integrated 1 and MacDougal Littel Algebra 2
The introduction and understanding of sequences, arithmetic and geometric in 8th grade was reviewed
for content and standards in CPM CC Integrated 1 and MacDougall Littel Algebra 2. Sequences are
defined as an ordered list of numbers that are in a specific pattern. Arithmetic Sequences are an
ordered list of numbers where the difference between successive numbers is a constant value.
Geometric sequences are an ordered list of numbers where the successive numbers differ by a
common ratio.
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Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them. In each section 5.2.1 5.2.3 the students are
required to make sense as a group and persevere in solving the problems. Example of the practice is
seen in 5.2.1 5 42, 5.2.2 5 59, and 5.2.3 5 74. Each problem in this text is recommended that the
students work in groups and there are no formulas, or rules given until the students have reasoned out
the problem and solved as a group. By having the student reason and understand, then persevere, the
student gains an understanding of the concept in sequences rather that the rule. Given that many of the
lesson plans are built around the students making sense of conceptual problems this practice seems to
be the focus of the sections. Used beyond moderately, it is the stepping stone to the
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Tale Of Two Cities Passage Analysis Essay
The passage, Carton s depression , takes place at the end of Book Two Chapter 5 in the book A Tale of
Two Cities, by Charles Dickens. While they were talking about their day, Stryver mentions in front of
Carton how he is up one minute and down the other minute showing how he has very easy mood
changes. This is taking place 5 years after Darnay was on his trial. He was saved by Sydney Carton.
This passage literally explains Carton s feelings after the trial. Carton is basically contemplating his
life. The main function of the passage is to enhance the depth of Cartons character as well as how he
relates to Darnay. This basically explains his mindset. Although carton looked like he was enjoying his
time when he was drinking with his friends, he felt depressed after which is shown through literary
techniques and figurative language including allusions.
C.A: In the passage, Charles Dickens is foreshadowing Carton s actions at the end. However, this
passage serves primarily as motive for the ending of the book or as a representation of Carton who is a
round character. This is shown through Literary techniques and devices like metaphors, allusions, and
diction. Carton is shown in the passage as a person regarding his life as useless and he can t find a
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He is feeling depressed and useless. Those ideas provoke him to be envious of Darnay. Another idea is
that the society doesn t see Carton as he truly is. Dicken s description of Carton getting in his room
can be interpreted as sensory image because he is in his house, in his room, and in his bed. Overall,
Carton feeling useless causes him to be one of the most important characters because he saved Darnay
and technically saved the whole family from Grief. His personality and attitude are changing the
whole time which is seen through the contradiction in the
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IT Job Roles
Throughout the year, I have learned so much about the tech world. Every piece of information has
helped me realize that there is more to technology than just games and schoolwork. You can use
technology for almost everything you do today. All of the information that I have retained this year
has come from a website called ucertify.com. It is a website that has ten chapters. Each of them have a
different focus with different topics. It also has cards and a quiz to take after you have read the
information to see how well you understand the material. Chapter one s focus was mainly an
introduction to information technology and how it works. One important topic was IT Job Roles. This
topic talked about the different roles that everyone has to create and run a website. Some of those jobs
include website designers, web application developers, and web architects. There are also jobs that
deal with mobile aspects of a website. There are three concepts that are tied with technology. They are
paradigm shifts, Moore s Law, and the technology adoption life cycle. Thomas Kuhn created the
paradigm shift. The paradigm shift is a way of shifting a way of thinking to start thinking another way.
Moore s Law was created by Gordon E. Moore and explained the theory that the number of transistors
per square inch on circuits will double every two years. The technology adoption life cycle was
created by Joe M. Bolen, George M. Beal, and Everett M. Rogers. It is simply a model that defines the
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Causes And Effects Of The Titanic
The Titanic was the dream ship, the unsinkable ship. It was supposed to sail from Southampton,
England to New York on April 10, 1912. But the dream ship never made it to New York (Tibballs 25).
The disaster of the Titanic was both tragic and adventures. The passengers were both poor and very
wealthy (Staff). The people were seeking adventure in a new country. Some went to travel, others
went to live the American dream and start a new life ( The Sinking... ). The dream of the people came
to an end on April 14, 1912. The Titanic was known as the greatest ship ever built: luxurious,
unsinkable, and unbelievably big (Dubowski 4). The Titanic was more than 882 feet long and 92 feet
wide, and it stood 175 feet tall (Dubowski 5). Even though the Titanic was a large ship, it only carried
four collapsible boats and sixteen lifeboats, which wasn t enough boats to accommodate all the
passengers on the ship (Sherrow 10). The cost of a first class parlor suite ticket range from $1,724
$4,350. In today s time, the ticket will cost about $100,000 (Tibballs 30). The first class passengers
had a low opportunity to survive the Titanic voyage (Staff). The Titanic s famous Captain Edward J.
Smith was going to retire after planning the Titanic s voyage (Rosenburg). The first day at sea was a
success. Captain Smith felt like he should make the voyage to New York sooner than expected
(Sherrow 22). The passengers were having a great time and happy with the progress of the Titanic
(Dubowski 13). The Titanic had received the first report of ice on April 14th (Rosenburg). The last
warning was sent out between 9:30 p.m. regarding the Titanic had sheets of ice in their pathway
(Tibballs 42). Captain Smith went to bed without realizing the dangerousness of the iceberg
(Rosenburg). The weather was getting colder that night. Around 10 o clock that night, the weather got
down to 31 degrees Fahrenheit at sea ( The Sinking... ). It was very dark outside. The lookout couldn t
see very far in front of the ship (Rosenburg). The ship was speeding through the frigid water at 22
knots (Staff). The lookout spotted an iceberg in front of the ship (Sherrow 29). The lookout
immediately called the officer and stated, Iceberg ahead! They quickly turned
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Nature Vs Nurture As A Serial Killer
Historical Background
What causes an individual to become a serial killer? Bio psychologists believe that starting from birth
the human mind is a tabula rasa or blank slate, and the individual learns behaviors and socio cultural
norms from individuals around them. This concept of nature versus nurture was based upon the idea
that it is how you are brought up (nurture) that governs the psychologically significant aspects of child
development and the concept of maturation applies only to the biological. The theory that explains the
nature aspect of the nature versus nurture principle is called the attachment theory, which views the
bond between mother and child as being an innate process that ensures survival. It is a biological need
that has ensured the survival of many species including the human race; because of the need to protect
and be protected humans as a species has been able to endure. It is also a psychological need to want
to be cared for as well as care for others a study done by Harry Harlow (1950s). The concept of
nurture focuses mainly on the effect that the environment has on the development of human beings
and whether it is more important than nature. Several studies have been generated to try and settle the
ongoing debate of nature versus nurture.
Many psychologists agree that nurture play a greater part in the development of a human being.
Studies such as those performed on monozygotic twins (identical), who share the same genetics and
those performed
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Jodi Arias Research Paper
Jodi Arias is a 36 Year old Legal shield Saleswoman. She is now a murderer of her Ex Boyfriend
Travis Victor Alexander. Arias changed everything about herself before the murder of Alexander so
that none of the neighbors recognized her, she rented a car and changed her hair color to disguised her
self. Jodi Ann Arias Jodi Arias Was Born July 9th, 1980 In Salinas, California to William Angelo
and Sandy D. Arias. She has four siblings, an older half sister and two younger brothers and a sister.
At ten Arias showed an interest in photography which continued thought out her adult like. Arias
claimed her parents Abused her as a child starting at the age seven. When Arias was in eleventh grade,
she dropped out. in February 2006 Arias became an at home worker for legalShield before she was
known for Murder of Travis Alexander, her ex boyfriend was thirty years old he was also a salesman
for Prepaid Legal services. They then later met in September 2006 at a PPL services conference in Las
Vegas,Nevada. Arias thought she could just parked her car farther away. However, doing so still risked
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He was stabbed twenty seven times in the back and torso and shot in the head, His throat was slit from
ear to ear. Jodi was living in Yreka, California When she met Alexander at a business convention in
las Vegas in 2006. Arias testified that her relationship with Alexander became increasingly physically
and emotionally abusive.Arias also said Alexander shook her while saying I m sick of you , Then
began Screaming at me , After that he Body slammed me on the foot of his bed Taunting her, saying
Don t act like that hurts Before he called her the B word and kicked her in the ribs. Then, Arias said
He went to kick me again, and I put my hand out Arias held up her left hand showing that her ring
finger was
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Disadvantages Of Cosplayers
Cosplay has the ability to transform cosplayers into their heroes, whoever they are. But things haven t
always been that ideal. Unfortunately, body shaming and bullying and abusing are very real and
prominent issues for cosplayers at conventions. The sting of negative comments can carry over into
regular life for some and even lead to anxiety or depression (Arielle Lien and psychologist Dr. Beth
Murphy).
Katie Mellema (Fig.22) an experienced cosplayer, shared some insight into this issue in an article on
Cosplayers vs. the World: Social Issues (Volume I) by Jade Chambers (2013). Fig.22 Cosplay Photo of
Katie
She recalls I remember going to the mall with a friend and walking past a cosplayer in Lolita dress. I
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As a result, fans or the audience forget that there are individuals inside those costumes. They are
overwhelmed by the fact that their favourite character has come to life and end up crossing their
limits. Sometimes audiences assume that cosplayers are dressed up in a provocative manner of
because they are asking for it . This causes sexual and verbal harassment. Women have been groped,
and men have been put down for not fitting or perfectly fitting a certain costume. Thus, certain
organizers are trying to bring awareness to this issue by implementing anti harassment policies. In
New York s Comic Con, attendees can see a large sign that says Cosplay is not Consent , and that
everyone should be treated with respect. (2014)
Harrassment is not limited to just female cosplayers. Male cosplayer John of Moderately Okay
Cosplay has been groped multiple times while dressed as anime and video game characters. It didn t
really affect me much. It surprised me more than anything, like a Did that just happen? type of thing,
he said.
Fig.24 Cosplay is not consent
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Self And Social Identity Theory Paper
When Henri Tajfel and John Turner came up the self and social identity theory, they set out to explain
the value of understanding self worth. Every human as a desire to feel a sense of belonging, but that
problem is not a simple as just sitting next to someone and saying these two people should feel
connected. The heart of this issue is often psychologist greatest challenge in cure a person metal state.
This paper will first look at what is self and social identity from a psychologist issue, than how the
power of the gospel as the ability to change that. Henri Tajfel believed that the groups we belong to
give us a sense of social identity. Those groups helped us feel a connection in the world which in turns
lead to a feeling of self worth (Tajifel, 1979). The groups we choose not only shaped our image of our
self but also had the ability to affect the way we act in the communities we lived in. So in essence with
that definition one could say that our character to the world is perceived through the self image we
portray. To take this idea a step further the first idea helps to define our social image. Our self image
becomes a bit more complicated. Its easy to get people to think certain things of us. Smile a lot and ...
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Jesus calls us as followers to take up our cross and follow him. If we are to carry the benefits of this
new image we have in Christ, we must also be willing to carry the weight of that. That weight comes
from fleeing from sin and living in the image of Christ. The word repentance is found 75 times in the
Bible and it means simply to turn away. Luke uses the word 25 times alone and when he uses this
word, he is using it in the context of what we need to do when following Christ. Repent from our sins,
than turn away from them. That means we must be willing to do away with our old self image and
embrace the new that Christ has promised
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Case Study Psycho Oncology
INTRODUCTION
Psycho oncology is the psychological response of a patient and their family to cancer of all stages of
the disease and also the psychological, behavioural and social factors that may influence the disease
process (Holland et al, 2010). Cancer is a distressing disease, the psychological effect of being
diagnosed with cancer can be significant and therefore, holistic care is essential to ensure that patients
physical and mental needs are met and to encourage adherence to ongoing management of their
condition (Holland 2001). In holistic patient care, it not only involves the physical heath but also the
emotional, psychological, social, spiritual and environmental areas of an individual s life too. In psych
oncology, all this conditions are managed together to treat the patient as a whole.
For the purpose of this assignment, a case study of a breast cancer patient will be discussed. The aim
of this case study is to discuss the psychological impacts of breast cancer diagnosis on a patient and
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This is the most common type of breast cancer. There are several risk factors that contributing to
breast cancer. Among this being female is the most common cause. Breast cancer is the first most
common cancer among women.1 in 10 women develop breast cancer by the age of 75 (National
Cancer Registry Ireland, (NCRI), 2014). Breast cancer accounts for second most common cancer and
second leading cause of cancer death in women in the world. Successful screening and treatment leads
to increases survival rate. Five year survival rate is 85% (ICS, 2016). Breast cancer and its treatment
options like surgery, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy alter patients body image. Body image and
sexuality are most significantly affected issues by breast cancer during the first year of survivorship
(Fobair et al,
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Intimate Partner Violence
Cook: I don t want him to know I even called. You know what I m saying? That s the thing. That
triggers him when he knows I called. He tears the stuff up in my house.
Operator: We ll tell them, but they re still going to contact you.
Cook: He s already tried to kill me three times. I m really just fed up with this. I can t keep moving
and changing my life because of this [expletive].
Cook: I ve been going through this for five years with him. It s still the same thing. I have complaints.
If you look up my name, you ll see there are a hundred thousand complaints, but ain t nobody doing
nothing.
Operator: When was the last time you called police?
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The highest prevalence rate is 65.6% in the central region of Sub Sahara Africa and lowest in eastern
region of Asia with a 16.3% prevalence rate. Even at the lowest rate of occurrence, it can be seen as
one in every ten women is being abused by their intimate partner.
A Study on Factors Linked to IPV
Understanding the reasons behind domestic violence can bring about predictors and help provide
solutions for future education and deterrence. Intimate partner violence is not a one dimensional
subject, most often, a victim is not being abused by a partner out of just emotional outbursts there are
many more factors that come into play when it comes to domestic violence. Abramsky et al.,
interviewed a total of 24,097 women from 10 different countries using standardized questionnaires the
countries of Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Japan, Namibia, Peru, Republic of Tanzania, Samoa, Serbia,
Montenegro and Thailand. The questions asked were in regards to IPV with the women s past and
present partners, whether they experienced specific violent acts, and if so whether this had happened
in the 12 months preceding the survey (Abramsky et al., 2011). The women s answers were compared
to one another for analysis and risk factors were deduced from associations within the answered
surveys.
Factors such as low levels of education (from both the victim and the partner), history of abuse of the
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A Rose For Emily And The Jilting Of Granny Weatherall
The sorrowful and unpredictable realization of denial and loss can slowly tear down even the strongest
willed individuals. In the twisting tales of A Rose for Emily and The Jilting of Granny Weatherall the
recurring theme of denial continuously reminds the reader that life is precious and to never take
anything for granted. William Faulkner s A Rose for Emily focuses on the life and death of Emily
Grierson. Although the story begins with her death, the details of her life are revealed through several
elements. Emily is ultimately jilted by the man she falls in love with, Homer Barron, and poisons him
to ensure a lifelong commitment. A similar theme appears within Katherine Anne Porter s The Jilting
of Granny Weatherall Ellen Weatherall, is on her deathbed as the story begins. The narrator discusses
Granny s life and the struggles she faced in the past. As Granny lays upon her deathbed, she recalls all
the things she has to do and all the chores she has left undone. She also remarks the element of
surprise at the fact that death has come upon her. Not only do these two stories repeatedly use
elements such as symbolism and foreshadowing the authors create a relatively similar theme that not
only delivers a powerful message but is a timeless classic. Throughout the story, A Rose for Emily the
narrator tells the story from an unnamed narrator s perspective while sharing the town s feelings. This
makes the reader feel immersed in the town they are reading about
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Andrea Simpson Case Study
Andrea Simpson presents with symptoms that align closely with Binge Eating Disorder (307.51).
According to the DSM 5, Andrea meets all of the diagnostic criteria for BED and the disordered eating
is not associated with the compensatory behavior of anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa. She
experiences recurrent episodes of binge eating that are characterized by inappropriate amounts of food
several eggs, toast, and juice for breakfast or many bowls of cereal, a few sandwiches with whole
sleeves of cookies, chips, and cheese for lunch. Andrea claims she did not feel out of control when
deciding to eat, as she thought she could stop when she was finished. This, however, did not happen,
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Andrea has learned to cope with life stressors by binge eating food, so Andrea needs to learn healthier
coping skills. In addition, it is important that Andrea sees a medical doctor as well as a therapist
because her binge eating has already led her to obesity, which has its own physical risks like type II
diabetes, metabolic syndrome, arthritis, chronic pain, hypertension, and ulcers (Bulik, Trace, Kleiman
Mazzeo, p. 499, 2014). It would be irresponsible as a counselor or a medical doctor to treat Andrea
with just talk therapy or just medication. Andrea needs a holistic approach that will target her
disordered eating through cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal psychotherapy, nutritional
counseling, and possibly psychotropic medications to help with depression, anxiety, obsession and
compulsion. Since many people who suffer with BED have a history that dates back to their childhood
(Bulik, Trace, Kleiman Mazzeo, p. 499, 2014), it is vital that a counselor explores this start with talk
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The Characteristics Of The Falkland War
1. The book under review covers Falkland war and titled as Air War South Atlantic. It is published by
Sidgwick Jackson Ltd UK in 1983. Book consists of 260 pages with hard cover binding. Background
2. Historically, Britain exercise control over south Atlantic Falkland islands. The populace wished to
stay with Britain. In 1982, Argentine s military dictator General Galtieri tried to shore up his
unpopular regime by retaking Islands, which the Britain had occupied for a hundred and fifty years.
British Prime Minister Margret Thatcher sent the largest armada since World War II to seize them
back. Subsequently, in a series of sea, air, and land battles, British forces recaptured the Islands. The
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Detailed portrayal of events has enabled the reader to gain a clear insight into the nature of modern
logistics, air operations, with some of the latest types of weaponry. Moreover, tactics used by the
belligerents is also discussed in detail. (c) Expression. No verbosity is seen throughout the book and
the writers kept the expression simple yet effective. However few words like skirmish have been used
repeatedly, which could have been replaced by suitable synonym. (d) Emotion and Feelings. There is
no other notable book on Falkland war that actually contains the emotions expressions of involved
warriors. Both the writers toured military air bases in Argentina UK and were able to discuss the
fighting in detail with pilots from almost every unit involved. Between them, the authors interviewed
more than a hundred Argentine and British servicemen, who flew during the conflict, or witnessed or
otherwise played a part in the air actions. The result is a detailed and vivid account of the
engagements, as seen from both sides. (e) British Narrative. Although both the writers who are British
and American are remained un biased while describing and analyzing the war, however, British
narrative seems to be overshadowing the overall of impact of the
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Gravitational Potential Energy Lab Report
Purpose:
To find out the relationship between gravitational potential energy, kinetic energy, and total
mechanical energy of a cart as it rolls down a ramp
Hypothesis:
If the cart rolls down the ramp with constant speed, then the kinetic energy will get bigger, the
gravitational potential energy will decrease, and the total mechanical energy will stay at the same
constant value, because due to the law of Conservation of Energy, these are the estimated results.
Materials/Apparatus: ramp (1) textbooks (3/4) meter stick (1) motion sensor (1) cart (1)
GLX system
Procedures:
The ramp was raised at a 8.4 degree angle using 3 textbooks
The length and the height of the ramp was measured using a meter stick
The motion sensor was placed on the top of the ramp. The cart was placed near the notion sensor and
released
As the cart rolled down the ramp, the position time graph of the cart was recored
One point near the end of the graph was chosen and was represented by its d2 and the reference point,
which was used to determine the height of the cart. (this point was kept throughout the whole
experiment)
The equation h = d (h/L) was used to calculate the height of the cart on the ramp
The slope tool was used to determine the speed at any point
The position and the speed was determined using the point near the start if the graph
These values were used to complete the first row
The other positions from the graph were used to complete the next three rows
Observations:
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Chemical Effects On Humans And Society
Many hormonal chemicals alter or block other organism s hormones, and one of these hormonal
chemicals is Endocrine disrupting chemicals known as EDCs. (Trachsel, 2008) thus, these chemicals
are often known to be agents that are foreign to an organism system, a xenobiotic. (Trachsel, 2008)
mainly found in aquatic environments, EDCs have a handful of harm effects on animals, humans and
the ecosystem in general, which differs in the way they are regulated (homeostasis) due to the natural
occurring hormones in animals or human bodies being eliminated when they start interfering with how
the hormones responsible for growth, development and behavior are being synthesized and
transported. (A. Snyder, 2003) on the contrary, micropollutants that ... Show more content on
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(A. Snyder, 2003) males that were exposed to these epidemiological hormones while still being a fetus
had a decreased sperm quantity when compared to normal males, as well as having changes in their
behaviors and developed prostate cancer as well as changes in neuroendocrinology. (A. Snyder, 2003)
therefore, there were many concerns against human health raised by micropollutants, where
perchlorate being a contaminant that is mainly found in aquatic systems, also affected the thyroid
gland of individuals that were exposed to it, causing disease.( A. Snyder, 2003) According to what I
believe, EDCs will have a potential effect on society, in which it is different from what the science is
investigating recently, that s due to the fact that the effects they are measuring are for a short term
interval and the long term that might appear later on are not investigated. As these bio accumulates,
increasing in their concentration over time from all the development this decade is going through in
the moment, also from the chemicals being drained directly into the waters increasing over time, as
well as having pharmaceutical health products draining into the waters, this might cause a reduction or
rendering all the waste water treatments used less useful in helping to remove these pollutants,
therefore the harmful of these chemical will increase overtime. The
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Prevalence, Pathology And Associated Risk Factors For...
Prevalence, pathology and associated risk factors for Dictyocaulus filaria infection among slaughtered
sheep.
Introduction
Sheep are an important part of the global agricultural economy. Domestic sheep provide a wide array
of raw materials. Wool is one of the first textiles although in the late 20th century wool prices began to
fall as the result of the popularity and cheap prices for synthetic fabrics . Sheep meat and milk are the
earliest staple proteins consumed by human civilization after the transition from hunting and gathering
to agriculture. Byproducts from the slaughter of sheep are also of value; sheep tallow can be used in
candle and soap making while, sheep bone and cartilage has been used to furnish carved items such as
dice and buttons .
Parasitic nematodes cause diseases of major economic importance in sheep .The lungworm ,
Dictyocaulus filaria , represents one of these nematodes inhabits bronchi and bronchioles and cause
parasitic bronchitis (commonly known as husk) particularly in young sheep ( Holzhauer et al., 2011).
Dictyocaulus filaria has direct life cycle, embryonated eggs are coughed up or swallowed and hatch in
the small intestine then first stage larvae are passed in faeces. Under favorable environmental
conditions, first stage larvae moult to second stage larvae and then infective en sheathed third stage
larvae that actively move from faeces to herbage and are ingested by the grazing sheep. Following
ingestion, third stage larvae ex sheath in
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Cloud Computing Essay
The integration of mobile devices with our daily life (e.g., smart phones, smart watches, tablets, etc.)
has eliminated the location and timing restrictions on access to variety of services such as social
network, web search, data storage, and entertainment. Limitations on resources (such as battery life
and storage) and the need to global scalability of services have motivated companies to rely on cloud
computing. Cloud computing has created a new paradigm for mobile applications where computations
and storage have migrated to centralized computing platforms in the cloud. Cloud providers such as
Google, Amazon, and Salesforce offer clients the access to cloud resources in various locations and
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Driven by the fundamental problems encountered due to identification and location conflation
problem in IP networks and inefficiency of TCP for intermittent links, we propose a simple yet
effective solution to provide access to advanced services for vehicular nodes with varying link
conditions. To address aforementioned issues, we leverage cloud resources to design and develop a
framework for connected vehicles. This scalable, mobility centric solution, through network
abstractions and clustering schemes with high resilience against failure, can provide seamless
connectivity, global reachability, and enhanced connection for vehicular nodes with high dynamicity
and possibly no direct association to an access point. This is followed up by the introduction of the
MobilityFirst architecture which supports seamless mobility of nodes in network layer. The named
service layer in MobilityFirst is supported by network abstractions in the form of globally available
cloud services. The distributed global name resolution service (GNRS) along with efficient vehicular
clustering provides the opportunity to enable scalable services and allow seamless connectivity. The
proposed scheme, called FastMF, assign to clusters of vehicles unique names that are independent
from location of the clusters and the interfaces. The vehicular clusters maintain tree structures that
improve performance over conventional clusters and reduce
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Intellectual Property, Trademark, And Trade Secrets
Intellectual Property refers to creations of the mind, such as inventions; library and artistic works;
designs; and symbols, names and images used in commerce. It is any product of the human intellect
that the law protects from unauthorized use by others. It is comprised of four categories: patent,
copyright, trademark, and trade secrets. Patent gives the inventor the right to exclude others from
making, using, importing, and selling the patented innovation for a certain amount of time. A patent
can be granted the inventor if they file an application in a timely manner. Most inventors seek a patent
to obtain the actual or potential commercial advantages that go along with the right to exclude others.
Copyright protection gives the right to reproduce, distribute, perform, display, and license things such
as music, motion pictures, writings, architecture, and other original intellectual expressions.
Trademarks are words, phrases, names, slogans, logos, and symbols used by producers to identify
their goods and services. As for trade secrets, to determine whether information creates a trade secret,
there are six factors that need to be considered: The extent to which the information is known outside
the claimant s business, the extent to which it is known by employees and other involved in the
business, the extent of measures taken by the claimant to guard the secrecy of the information, the
value of the information to the business and its competitors, the amount of effort or
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Hewlett Packard Case
Hewlett Packard
Deskjet Printer Supply Chain
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Presented to
Professor D Krishna Sundar
Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore
On
October 29, 2010
In
Partial Fulfilment of the Requirement for the
Operations Management in the
Post Graduate Programme
By
Abhinav Sinha
Avinash Radhakrishnan
Kaustubh Fule
Rakesh P
Trideep Basu
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Contents
Abstract 3
Introduction 3
HP 3
Printer Retail Market 3
Vancouver Division 4
Situational Analysis 4
The Supply Chain 4
Demand 4
Inventory Model for Existing Supply Chain 5
Problem Definition 5
Alternatives 5
Evaluations of Alternatives 5
Have higher levels of Inventory 5
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For selling the printers in Europe, HP had to add the right power supply for the intended country and
also the instruction manual in the correct language. Since testing with power supply was a part of FAT,
this customization was also done at the FAT plant unlike its computer division which delayed this
process to the Distribution Centres (DC). The inventory was carried at the Distribution Centres and
not at the factory.
Demand
In the Europe DC, it was becoming common to have product shortages for model demands from some
countries while inventory of some other model kept piling up. The target inventory levels at DC were
set by a rule of thumb and were proving ineffective. The primary reason for this seemed to be the
magnitude of variation in demand.
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Inventory Model for Existing Supply Chain
Since the variation in demand is high, a fixed order quantity model would have been suitable for
modelling the inventory management process at the European DC of HP. We could have arrived at a
suitable reordering point looking into the lead time and demand variation in that lead time. However,
ordering cost is not available and is hard to estimate given the facts in the case and hence we reject
this model.
We propose to use the Fixed Time Period Model with Safety Stock for this
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Coal Fuel And Natural Gas
Coal fuel, which accounts for the peak of popularity in the late 19th early 20th century. Then the
majority of engines used as fuel and coal consumption of this mineral was truly overwhelming. In the
20th century, coal gave way to palm oil, which in turn is in danger of being supplanted in the 21st
century alternative sources of fuel and natural gas. However, nevertheless, coal to this day is strategic
material. Coal is used to produce more than 400 different products. Coal tar tar and water used for
producing ammonia, benzene, phenol, and other chemical compounds which, after processing used in
the manufacture of paint products and rubber. When the deep processing of coal can obtain rare
metals: zinc, molybdenum, germanium. Coal ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The coal bearing deposits of coal, along with many species found geo resources having consumer
relevance. They are the host rocks for the construction industry as a raw material, groundwater, coal
bed methane, rare and trace elements including rare metals and their compounds. For example, certain
coals are enriched in germanium. In terms of coal Russia ranked fifth in the world (after China, the
US, India and Australia), 3/4 of coal produced is used to produce energy and heat, 1/4 in metallurgy
and chemical industries. Exports are a small part, mainly in Japan and the Republic of Korea. Open
coal mining in Russia is 2/3 of the total. This method of production is considered the most efficient
and cheap. However, without taking into account the associated severe violations of nature the
creation of deep pits and extensive overburden dumps. Mine production is more expensive and has a
high accident rate, which is largely determined by the deterioration of mining equipment (40% of it is
out of date and needs urgent modernization).
Russian coal basins
The role of a coal basin in the territorial division of labour depends on the quality of coal, the size of
reserves, technical and economic indicators of production, the degree of preparedness of reserves for
commercial operation, the size of production, transport and features of geographical location. From
the combination of these conditions
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Romantic love and marriage
University of Nebraska Lincoln
DigitalCommons@University of Nebraska Lincoln
Nebraska Anthropologist
Anthropology, Department of
1 1 2005
Romantic Love and Marriage: An Analysis of the
Concept and Functionality of Romantic Love as a
Marital Stabilizing Agent
Emily Sorrell
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Sorrell, Emily, Romantic Love and Marriage: An Analysis of the Concept and Functionality of
Romantic Love as a Marital Stabilizing
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The anthropological literature tackling the topic of romantic love concerns possible factors that make
love an integral part of general social structure and marriage in certain societies, such as modes of
subsistence dependence, sexual equality and post marital residence rules.
One cannot overstate the significance that lies in understanding the relationship between love and
marriage, as both are critical elements of humanity. Understanding love as a functioning agent in
maintaining marital stability allows us to better understand an important part of who we are as
humans. Hence, as a basic building block of human social structure, romantic ·love and its role in the
maintenance of society is an incredibly important area of research.
Much of the anthropological community agrees that romantic love does constitute a valid area of
research, and hopes to repair the general oversight of love that occurred in earlier ethnographic work
(Jankowiak
1992 and Fischer 1992).
In order to analyze the relationship between romantic love and marriage, it is necessary to compare
current thinking with respect to this theme. It is also important to research and discuss love in terms of
its functional role in society, or more appropriately, its functional role
in
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Deaf Culture
Deaf Culture
In mainstream American society, we tend to approach deafness as a defect. Helen Keller is alleged to
have said, Blindness cuts people off from things; deafness cuts people off from people. (rnib.org) This
seems a very accurate description of what Keller s world must have been. We as hearing people tend
to pity deaf people, or, if they succeed in the hearing world, admire them for overcoming a severe
handicap. We tend to look at signing as an inferior substitute for real communication. We assume that
all deaf people will try to lip read and we applaud deaf people who use their voices to show us how far
they have come from the grips of their disability. Given this climate, many hearing people are
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ASL also avoids one of the biggest scourges of English: the pronoun problem, the tendency of English
speakers to use he as a generic singular pronoun representing any unknown person, male or female.
However, once a person is mentioned in an ASL conversation, she is given a location in space which
represents her for the remainder of the conversation. Different ways of pointing to this location can
indicate the number of people who occupy it, and their role in the conversation but not their sex.
(aslinfo.com)
Because about 90% of Deaf people are born to hearing parents, they absorb their culture from their
peers, not their families. Most Deaf children who attend residential schools for the deaf pick up ASL
from their classmates. Because of this source of cultural identity, one of the first questions Deaf
people ask upon meeting each other is where they went to school and who their teachers were. In this
way, the Deaf community can become very close knit, as each member becomes familiar with
residential schools in various regions of the country. Deaf culture also places a great deal of emphasis
on physical contact. Hugging is far more common than shaking hands, especially when parting. Deaf
good byes are unusually drawn out and even in passing not taking time to chat for a few minutes is
considered rude. The Deaf community easily becomes a second family to many people whose own
families are hearing. Like many minority
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Marie Antoinette s Influence On The French Revolution
In 1755, Josèphe Jeanne Marie Antoinette was born as the daughter of Empress Maria Theresa; the
sovereign who ruled the Hapsburg Lorraine House in Austria. As a princess and a member of the
Hapsburg dynasty, she inherited good looks which earned her a title of youthful goddess of beauty and
virtue upon her arrival in France. At her age of fourteen, her mother sent her off to faraway France to
married Dauphin, later known as Louis XVI, in order to secure a diplomatic alliance through marriage
with France, a former enemy of Austria. Initially, Marie Antoinette had charmed the French people
with her delicate looks; however, as she became the queen, slanderous accusations piled continuously
which eventually damaged her reputation and led to her death. Why the French people hated Marie
Antoinette so much and what are the sinful things she did in order to earn their wrath? From the
existing pamphlets published before the French Revolution up to Coppola s film Marie Antoinette, the
press demonized the once adored lady into a highly lascivious whore. Marie Antoinette s sexual abuse
were caused by the public perception as a sexualized body, a hidden fear towards all publicly active
women and the potential power of their bodies, in which they use their sexual advantages toward men
to gain an access to political power. First, the queen was an unwelcome guest in French people s eyes.
Marie Antoinette was treated as a scapegoat due to her gender and the French people s fear of
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Type I and Type Ii Errors and Land Law
AGUILAR, Janica Mara Y. BERBOSO, Kevin Leo C. CAYUBE, Katherine Kate Z. Prof. Ria Sagum
Advisor PHILEX: Philippine Land Law Expert Chatbot Abstract Keywords: Chatbot, Natural
Language Processing (NLP), First Order Predicate Logic, Natural Language Generation (NLG),
Precision and Recall The researchers tend to work on an expert system with integration of Philippine
land laws. They chose to focus on land laws since one of the major problems of the Filipinos who seek
law experts advice are due to land. The researchers deliberates the possible ways on how can they
share knowledge and guidance that works like a real lawyer advising a client but have not taking an
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This study also intends to identify the evaluation of the experts when it comes to system s user
friendliness, speed of response, and completeness. Five (5) land law experts chose twenty (20) test
questions used to assess the system s competency. Conclusion made by the experts based on the
results is PHILEX, being the system for giving answers to user s questions pertaining to Philipine land
laws, is acceptable as a reliable source of knowledge and guidance without intending to replace the
professional practitioners. The system got an overall percentage in terms of accuracy, a 75%,
specificity with the percentage rate of 55% and sensitivity with 80.8%. Summing up the scores in
terms of user friendliness, speed of response, and completeness resulted to an overall weighted mean
of 4.36, 4.32, and 4.16 respectively, interprets that the system as an acceptable tool for land law
consulations. In the future, the authors would like to extend their work and knowledge by making the
system possible to access by everyone through web or what we called web base application CARLOS,
Philip P. RAMOS, Joseph R. ROSARIO, Roderick M. TAMBUNGUI, Gian Paolo C. Prof. Michael B.
Dela Fuente Advisor CIVIA: College of Computer Management and Information Technology
Interactive Virtual Information Assistant Abstract Keywords: information assistant,
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Literacy And Its Effects On Education
Literacy
In past years, literacy was an issues in some countries. In past years, Illiteracy was a big issue to some
countries like Pakistan, Ghana Ethiopia, South Africa and other places in Africa. Over the past years,
the government of these countries focused on education. The levels of literacy in these countries was
too high and there were causes of negative impact toward education. For instance, literacy rate of girls
in Pakistan and family were the negative impact. Literacy rates for both gender was too high in Ghana,
Ethiopia and South Africa and the negative impact was poverty. The government want to reduce
literacy by doing many things. For example, the high rate of low enrollment for girls in Pakistan, In
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Some families wanted their girl to work at home or find employment family forced their girls to drop
out. (Latif Amna.) In addition, in Ghana money was the most negative impact towards the high
literacy rate. Ghana was poor country in past years, so, the Government were trying to do the past to
improve education. One of the problems was the low salary of teachers and this all because of the
money. (Blunch, Niels Hugo) Children in South Africa were faced with many difficult things in their
lives. Years ago in South Africa teacher teach the student in a library rather than schools. In 1994,
most of the students did not go to the school, students just go to the library to study and workshop
with their teachers during the literacy project. Children in elementary schools drop out because family
pressure. Some families began to send their children to enroll in drama schools rather than general
schools because of low fee. Also, some students said we shall now focus on the drama workshops
because they feel that drama schools worth it, and the tuition of the drama schools were not that
expensive. The article indicated some good reasons to enroll in a drama school were the low fee and
children were learning from the school. Some people indicated that drama workshops were the
solution to the linking of literacy. South Africa s young children faced many emotional problems, and
there were a lot of things that increased literacy in South Africa such as, the poverty, so
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Science Of Memory
Tips from the Science of Memory for Studying and for Life is separated into three subsections that
each cover a diverse set of tips. The first subsection covers organizing, encoding, rehearsing, and
retrieving course content. Before you can initiate memorizing the information you must be organized.
To be prepared you should catch potential errors early on, put the information in a structure that will
help you to comprehend it fluently, and experiment with different organization techniques. After you
are organized and have removed any errors, you can begin memorizing the information. The best way
to memorize is to stay focused, process the information at an appropriate level, make connections
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The midterm is coming up fast, and I am excited that I have already completed two of the four steps
for memorizing in Experience Psychology. The first two steps, organizing and encoding, I have
completed as we moved through each session. Encoding early on is an important step because I was
able to introduce each concept to my brain one by one as it was learned, rather than cramming it all in
at once. That leaves me with two steps to complete before I can complete my test: Rehearsing and
Retrieving. In order to rehearse, or practice, the information I have learned I first must create the right
environment. Where I am studying makes a large impact on how well I will take in the information
(Silver, 2008). I know that I work best studying off of paper (not a computer screen), being
somewhere comfortable, and that having a familiar sound like a song I know by heart, or a TV show I
ve seen 20 times helps me to block out noise without getting distracted. By knowing this information
about myself I decided that outside in the sun with my ear buds in would be a perfect place to
concentrate for me. I also learned through both my sources that keeping my brain healthy is important
to take in information, so I ve been getting at least 8 hours of sleep, and waking
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The 2016 Presidential Election Cycle
To sum up the 2016 presidential election cycle in one word: anomalous. Unconventional candidates
and unprecedented campaign strategies made for one of the zaniest election years to date. And yet, this
election was not free from the traditional problems regarding voter turnout, which has historically had
a tremendous impact on the results of elections; whichever demographics turn out or fail to on that
fateful Tuesday will determine the winners and the losers. Logically, then, the federal government
should want to give as many people as possible the chance to get to the polls. However, this is simply
not the case. The American Election day falls on a work day, unlike that of many global democratic
counterparts. As such, work obligations frequently prevent a large proportion of Americans from
casting their ballots, thereby potentially skewing the election results, and acting as a form of voter
suppression. Making election day a holiday would prove to be entirely too costly to the economy;
instead, election day should simply fall on a weekend day. This would give more Americans the
opportunity to exercise their democratic rights and therefore result in a more accurate reflection of the
desires of the American people. The first Tuesday following the first Monday of November may seem
like a rather arbitrary date to vote. However, Congress had good reason to declare this date as election
day in 1845. In order to accommodate as many Americans as possible, most of whom lived in
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Why Chewing Gum Is Bad
It is well known that almost every high school in NZ are losing their minds over the battle with
chewing gum. Who would have guessed that one, such tiny, irrelevant, tasteless piece of rubber can
cause such controversy and create so many problems for the young consumers? Detentions, frequent
meetings with your Dean, cleaning desks are some of the many punishments designed to help you cure
and overcome your addiction to chewing gum. But is this really beneficial to us? It is not known by
many but chewing gum is proven to bring along many benefits to the chewer. It does not only improve
concentration levels but actually improves the impression others have on you but a simple piece of
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One of the reasons why teachers and parents disagree to chewing gum is that it gives a negative image
and symbolises delinquency, thus this has resulted in gum being banned in schools to ensure students
look smart and give the school a good image, the truth is that chewing gum actually makes others have
a better impression towards you. In a test held by Beldent they asked a total of 481 people to take a
test in selecting which of the identical twins was more favourable in society, during the experiment
one twin was chewing gum and the other did not candidates would be asked questions and pick the
twin that would fit the description the most. The results of the test showed that 78% of the people
voted for the twin that was chewing gum and more favoured to be exciting, nicer and a better person
of society overall. The long believed idea of gum is only chewed by delinquents or that chewing gum
is disgusting is a lie that we have been told all our lives by our parents, teachers and adults. They have
been oblivious to the fact that someone is more likely to approach someone that chews gum than one
who is dressed up in a tie, wearing his 80 s glasses and holding his binder folder. Teachers and adults
must accept the idea that chewing gum is not an immoral act! Many adults only relate gum to the
sticky sick slimy bloob under desks all
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Major Character Development In The Boy In The Burning House
Through the character and actions of the characters in The Boy in the Burning House, Tim Wynne
Jones shows that major character development is influenced by the minor characters. An individual s
character is developed by how others interact with him/her. What others say to him/her, how others act
around him/her, and how he/she reacts to what they say and do to him/her. Tim Wynne Jones is the
author of the novel THE BOY IN THE BURNING HOUSE. Major character development is
advanced by minor characters. In the novel, Tim Wynne Jones centers around his protagonist, Jim
Hawkins and how his character develops with help of others as he is trying to figure out why his father
disappears. Hector Menzies, an old friend of the Hawkins, helps Jim out by giving information on
Hub, his father s past. Jim also receives help from his bus driver to solve an internal conflict. Jim
receives the final piece in finding himself, by one of his neighbors. It is with the aid of others that Jim
is able to find himself and it begins with Hector Menzies. Hector Menzies helps Jim s character to
develop because of the information Jim receives from him. Hector gives jim hope in the form of
information. Jim learns about the fire in 1972, he also learns that Father Fisher is found near the spot
where Hub is before he disappears. He had not told Ruth Rose he was going to the Expositor. He wasn
t sure he would help her...[He had] Some kind of burning need to know (72). Showing desire is
showing character. The burning need to know, Jim has it. Hector helped him satisfy his lust for
knowledge about his father s past. Hector giving the newspapers allowed Jim to move on with his
thoughts on Hub and Father. Jim s desire for knowledge shows, his thought process. At the start of the
novel, Jim is depressed, hopeless. He now has a goal because of the information. Hector gives Jim a
reason. But he wasn t lost for the first time in a year he felt he saw the faintest trace of a trail opening
up for him (73). Feeling is what makes humans, human. Characters, character. Jim is feeling hope, as
the author refers to it as a Trail opening . Jim at the beginning of the novel depressed, hopeless
because of his father s disappearance. He now has hope,
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Role Of The United States On The Age Of Globalization
INTRODUCTION This paper will examine the role of the United States in textile and apparel
production in the age of globalization and will provide an overview of trade agreements enacted in the
textile and apparel industry. A discussion of the different trade agreements and how the U.S. textile
and apparel industry has been affected by those agreements will be given along with ideas about what
the United States can do to continue to operate in the domestic market of textiles and apparel.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES TEXTILE AND APPAREL INDUSTRY The American textile
industry has been around for as long as the country has been in existence. In the beginning, most
textile and apparel items were created by artisans, who worked mainly in their homes. In the 18th
century, the country was hit with the industrial revolution which brought many changes to the textile
industry. The local artisans were replaced by textile industries and manufactures. With the invention of
the spinning jenny, spinning frame, water frame and power loom, the textile industry was
revolutionized. Later, with the use of electrical power, these inventions were made more efficient.
Fabric production was mechanized with machines powered by waterwheels and steam engines.
Production was shifting from the small cottage based production into a mass production in various
factories. (Kunz) Sewing machines were emerging in the 19th century which further streamlined
clothing production. During the post
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Recycling Of Recycling
Introduction
In today s world recycling has become a major benefactor to preserving the environment and the
world. One product, among many, being recycled has shown a huge increase in energy savings and
costs, and that is aluminum. Using aluminum can pieces with KOH (potassium hydroxide) and other
reactants will eventually lead to the production of alum.
Materials and Methods Starting the experiment, 1.0184 g of aluminum pieces were weighed out on an
analytical balance. The aluminum was then placed in a 250 mL beaker containing 50.1 mL of 1.4M
potassium hydroxide. The solution was then heated on a hot plate set at 80ºC for approximately 35
minutes with a spin of 240 RPM. At the end of the 35 minutes, the solution has become black in color
and many of the pieces have broken down. The beaker was rinsed with 10 mL of distilled water after
the mixture was poured through the Büchner funnel of the aspirator. The filtrate was put into a clean
250 mL beaker to be added with 20.5 mL of 6.0M sulfuric acid, stirred slowly when added. The
reaction was then put into a 1L beaker ¾ full of ice and water to kick start the reaction into making the
alum crystals. The stirring rod was used to help activate the crystals. Once the making of the crystals
had finished, it was poured into the filtration apparatus to separate the crystals from the solution.
While the crystals were drying, the watch glass was weighed at 57.1161 g on the analytical balance.
After the crystals where dry, they were
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Dr. Caligare
People often take for granted the importance of the first impression, the few pivotal seconds where the
eye decides what someone is like before they ve spoken a single word. In The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari,
Weine uses costume design and German expressionist makeup to visually assign roles of sanity and
insanity to the characters that are immediately identifiable. In doing so, Weine insinuates the people
are all too willing to accept these visual cues without question, when in reality the line between the
sane and insane may not be so clear cut. In order to achieve this effect, Weine first establishes a sense
of normalcy by appealing to society s picture of the common man. At the beginning of the film, the
audience is not privy to any madness, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
However, a closer look at the characters appearance following the big twist challenges this simplicity.
The first clue that something is off is the nature of the people that inhabit the asylum, especially
Cesare. A close up on Cesare reveals that his appearance has been skewed by Francis madness. His
messy hair has been combed into place, reminiscent of Alan s normal locks. Most notable, the dark
circles under his eyes have disappeared, implying that Cesare is not, and was never, a somnambulist.
Thus, the truth behind Francis story begins to crumble. The discovery of Francis insanity is realized
by his courtyard companion, whose visible shock and horror is paralleled in the audience. In this
moment, it is revealed that everything has been told from the perspective of a madman, destroying the
credibility of the entire story. The ambiguity increases as Queen Jane receives another close up: her
makeup looks the same softened, even. Jane s appearance barely changed, and the fact that her
makeup was even darker in the flashback where she was normal blurs the line between Francis
delusions and reality. Afterwards, Caligari comes down in a way similar to the beginning, emerging
out of the shadows. However, the makeup, hair, and costuming has gone, revealing a completely
normal looking person. Such a drastic
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Unit 8 Mt435 Written Assignment
Rosiland Hester MT435 Unit eight Kaplan University January 31, 2013 Introduction Albatross
Anchors is a small family owned business that began in 1976. The company has grown exponentially
over the years with more than one hundred and thirty employees. As the company grew, their
operational issues in the production and administrative area grew as well. The organization has been
faced with a lack of updated technology, out dated equipment, an inefficient layout which violates the
U.S. safety and environmental standards, and a disorganized administration office. Therefore,
production is not running smoothly, especially since in 1989 the company s owner decided to expand
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3. Employees and visitors could befall hard due to the lack of being up to US safety standards and
codes. 4. The company has an obligation to provide a safe work environment for their employees.
They need to redesign the facilities and follow US safety codes and standards to provide a safe place
to work. Providing their employees a safer place to work will improve morale and boost production.
(b) Cost of Finished Goods Sitting Idle in the Warehouse: They are able to ship out finished products
effectively. Implication two: Ergonomics. 1. Ergonomics is the science of fitting workplace conditions
and job demands to the capabilities of the working population (Ergonomics). 2. Ergonomics has not
been used because the company is still using old and outdated equipment and not up to code. 3. The
company needs to invest in ergonomically correct and up to date equipment that will minimize the
possibility of employees getting hurt. Ergonomically correct equipment is more comfortable to operate
and will cause the employees less fatigue and this will result in more pride in their work increasing
production in the end. Implication three: Cross training 1. Cross training will allow more employees to
be able to do the same job and reduce the amount of boredom and accidents. 2. Cross training
increases team confidence and creates a team building environment (Reasons). 3. Cross Training will
allow employees more freedom to
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Roman Empire Problems
Rome was one of the greatest empires in the world. Rome was massive and they had powerful armies,
but Rome had to deal with many diseases. Additionally, the citizens hated their kings, because they
were unfit and greedy. Rome also had economical problems inside their borders and were threatened
from the outside. Rome was a great empire, yet simultaneously Rome had four major problems that
led to its destruction.
One of the most common issues that led to the fall of the western Roman empire was the emperors
who ruled that part of the ancient world. Many of them were greedy and unfit for the position to the
degree that they neglected their own country s needs.The reason was that they initially had inherited
the throne and did not rise to power ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The Roman empire was gigantic, so it was difficult to protect. The Romans used unprotected walls
and natural borders like rivers that were impossible to control or to protect. Roman legions were not
enough to protect the frontier boundaries and most of the legions were composed of mercenaries,
whose allegiance was only to the side that paid more. All these reasons contributed to the success of
the Germanic tribes invasion of Rome. The Romans used the Rhine and Danube Rivers as natural
borders with those tribes. The fact that made the Germanic invasion possible is that those rivers were
frozen when the invasion took place. At the time the legions were distracted with salaries and throne
control so they lost focus on their main job, protecting the empire. The Germanic tribes didn t only
invade Rome, but also destroyed the aqueducts, which caused a lack of fresh water and a lot of
suffering to the people of
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Data Collection Methods
JOMO KENYATTA UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY.
INOORERO UNIVERSITY
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
:
ROTICH BENARD KIPKEMOI BOC 008 0312/2007
DATA COLLECTION METHODS
Methods of data collection.
The term data means groups of information that represent the qualitative or quantitative attributes of a
variable or set of variables. Data are typically the results of measurements and can be the basis of
graphs, images, or observations of a set of variables. Data are often viewed as the lowest level of
abstraction from which information and knowledge are derived.
Data can be classified into primary and secondary data. In order to carry out research on a particular
subject a researcher needs to collect data fro carrying out a research. ... Show more content on
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In contrived observation, the respondents behaviour is observed in an artificial environment, for
example, a food tasting session.
Personal
In personal observation, a researcher observes actual behaviour as it occurs. The observer may or may
not normally attempt to control or manipulate the phenomenon being observed. The observer merely
records what takes place.
Mechanical
Mechanical devices (video, closed circuit television) record what is being observed. These devices
may or may not require the respondent s direct participation. They are used for continuously recording
on going behaviour.
Non participant
The observer does not normally question or communicate with the people being observed. He or she
does not participate.
Participant
In participant observation, the researcher becomes, or is, part of the group that is being investigated.
Participant observation has its roots in ethnographic studies (study of man and races) where
researchers would live in tribal villages, attempting to understand the customs and practices of that
culture. It has a very extensive literature, particularly in sociology (development, nature and laws of
human society) and anthropology (physiological and psychological study of man). Organizations can
be viewed as tribes with their own customs and practices.
Advantages
1)Helps capture the behavior of customers directly.
Disadvantages;
1)Time consuming and costly exercise.
2) Personal biasness of investigators will distort the findings.
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  • 2. Non Human Animal Cognitive Psychology Animals communicate to each other just as we do by making sounds to warn another. However, some nonhuman animals developed languages and cognitive capacities; psychologist refer it as animal cognitive. From the psychology 7th edition textbook by Sandra E. Hockenbury, Susan A. Nolan, and Don H. Hockenbury stated that Going beyond languages, psychologists today study many aspects of animal behavior, including memory, problem solving, planning, cooperation, and even deception. Collectively, such research reflects an active area of psychological research that is referred to as animal cognitive or comparative cognitive. (289) There are many examples of intelligent nonhuman animals, such as chimpanzees and elephants. Furthermore, the animal that ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They are also intelligent enough to recognize themselves in a mirror, and as well as empathy, which makes us human because of our emotions and feelings. Dolphins creates sounds, make physical contacts, and body clusters to communicate with their own and another species. They make vocals such as whistles, clicking, and squeaking sounds, to interact with another. An good example of an intelligent dolphin is Kelly the dolphin at the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies in Mississippi; from the study, Kelly the dolphin has a good critical thinking skills comparing to human. From the article Why dolphins are deep thinkers written by Anuschka de Rohan; Rohan stated many examples such as showing Kelly having a sense of future and delay gratification. Rohan said When people drop paper into the water she hides it under a rock at the bottom of the pool. The next time a trainer passes, she goes down to the rock and tears off a piece of paper to give to the trainer. After a fish reward, she goes back down, tears off another piece of paper, gets another fish, and so on. Kelly wasn t trained this way, but she figured another way to receive ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Narrative Essay On My First Day In High School My freshman year in high school was the rough compared to the normal high school things. On August 12, 2013, I almost lost my best friend; he had smoked for twenty some years when he had a devastating heart attack. I remember the fear and the thoughts of death that made my skin shiver. It was the second week of school on Tuesday when I got a pass at the beginning of my World History class when I got a pass with immediately circled three or four times. The pass made me very confused considering I didn t know of any appointments I had, and I didn t ask my mom if I could go home early. Leaving the class and entering the empty hall, thinking about what s going on as my footsteps echoing through the halls. What s going on? Why would I be leaving this close to the end of school? As I walked past the office to my locker, I saw my mom with red eyes and purple bags under her eyes. At that moment, my stomach flipped and knotted up, because it s at that moment when I realized something very wrong has happened. My pace quickened to the point of almost running; shoving my French one book and Algebra one in my backpack before sprinting to my mom. She met me by the big glass doors in the lobby of the office; laying a hand on my shoulder she told me my dad had a major heart attack. I had felt my body instinctively lunged toward the door, but my mom held my shoulder tight. As we walked to the car, my sister was in the front seat with her hair all messy in a bun and in her pajamas. She ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Rhetoric Techniques In Seaworld SeaWorld has experienced many fatal accident over the years. One of the most calamitous incidents was the death of Dawn Brancheau. SeaWorld was confronted about the safety of the trainers. Gabriela Cowperthwaine, the director of Blackfish, proclaims that keeping whales in captivity is inhumane and treacherous to whales and humans. The audience is supposed to see how harmless the whales are throughout the movie. Blackfish is used to portray killer whales as innocent and harmless. The film uses different types of rhetoric, such as: pathos, ethos, and logos. Cowperthwaine uses logos throughout the film to prove to the audience that killer whales are not dangerous. In the film, Howard Garrett, Orca Researcher, says There is no record of an orca doing any harm to a human in the wild. He is exploiting the topic of whales becoming aggressive when they are help in captivity. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The commercials are used to get children s attention about SeaWorld. SeaWorld is used for entertainment and vacations. The SeaWorld executives told lies about having any connections with Loro Parque. The executives lied because a man was killed by a killer whale. SeaWorld actually sent the whales to that park and trained the trainers. Ethos is used in Brancheaus autopsy report. The report was very detailed. Reports used Brancheaus death as a gain for them to prove that whales aren t dangerous. The other trainer that was with Brancheau was pushed to say that he saw the whale grab her ponytail, even though it was really her arm. Reporters made her death seem like it was her fault because she had a long ponytail and the whale was able to grab ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Understand The Importance Of Safeguarding Safeguarding children is paramount to promoting the welfare of children and protect them from harm, everyone who comes into contact with children and families has a role to play, protecting children from maltreatment; Preventing impairment of children s health or development; ensuring that children grow up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care; and taking action to enable all children to have the best outcomes. Eventually, effective safeguarding of the children can only be achieved through putting children at the centre of the system, and playing their full part i.e. every individual and agency playing their full part, working together to meet the requirements and needs of our most vulnerable children. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The necessity to safeguard children applies both to charities working in the UK and other countries where children may face different or additional risks of abuse or exploitation. These safeguards should include a child protection policy and procedures for dealing with issues of concern or abuse. For the purposes of child protection legislation the term child refers to anyone up to the age of 18 years. the welfare of the child is paramount no child or group of children must be treated any less favourably than others in being able to access services which meet their particular needs all children without exception have the right to protection from abuse regardless of gender, ethnicity, disability, sexuality or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Atonement and in Memory of W. B Yeats In Memory of C. Tallis and R. Turner In this essay I will discuss the effects of W. H. Auden s poem In Memory of W. B. Yeats upon the tone, and the foreshadowing of plot line of Ian McEwan s novel Atonement. The poem and the novel are both elegiac it is the contribution of the poem to Atonement at the crucial point before the deaths of the characters Robbie and Cecilia that begins to set the tone of elegy within the novel. This acknowledgement of death and mourning brings a sense of impending doom; the love expressed from Cecilia to Robbie by the inclusion of lines from In Memory of W. B. Yeats is matched by the element of tragic loss it also insinuates. The poem, set at a time of great impending disaster within Europe (Norton) ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The poem appears again at page two hundred and forty two of Atonement, in the line In the deserts of the heart / let the healing fountain start. (242). This line succeeds more positive thoughts from Robbie, where he determines to start anew, to find his father and to find Cecilia. Robbie [...] Dreamed of sharing a little house somewhere, of an ordinary life, a family line, connection. , and these wishes are ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. The Monarch Butterfly Extinction The monarch butterfly is something that we all have known and loved ever since we were children. During the present time, the monarch butterflies are becoming extinct. Due to human and natural activities, the monarchs population has been declining for two decades. Delaware and its citizens are taking action to save the monarchs from extinction. The monarch takes on a long migration from America and Canada to Mexico during the winter (vice versa). The monarch lives in three distinct population areas. People in Delaware are working hard to save an American icon. The monarch butterfly travels long distances to get to their nesting grounds. The monarch s migration takes a total of 3000 miles. Their nesting grounds is located in the Sierra ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Depression And Depression In The Scarlet Letter By... It will take over every thought, control one s very being until they truly believe they are hopeless, broken, and undeserving of even the most basic comforts. It will drain the very soul until there is no spirit left in a person. Everyone will experience it at least once in their lifetime, whether it s from a close family death or a disfiguration of the mind. It does not discriminate race, gender, religion or profession; it is depression. The symptoms of depression often seen in people are self harm, feelings of guilt, worsening health, unshakeable sadness, interrupted sleep patterns, distancing one s self from everything, and a lack a hope. The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne can be read as a psychological novel in which the characters, Hester Prynne and Arthur Dimmesdale, have different experiences with depression. First of all, the way depression affects an individual from The Scarlet Letter is through the events of self harm. Depression is often a leading cause of self harm. Studies in depression have shown several cases of self harm, most often caused by the fact that people either enjoy the pain, feel as though they deserve to undergo it, or they feel as though it is the only way they can control the pain in their lives. These feelings translate directly into The Scarlet Letter through Dimmesdale. After committing adultery with Hester, he feels as though his previous actions have taken away all personal value he holds. His beliefs at the time are that he must ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. `` The Price Of Success `` Vince Lombardi once said, The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand. Donald Trump successfully won the 2016 election and will have four more years to successfully carry out his term. From childhood to adulthood Trump has shown a charismatic personality, therefore, there are plenty of insights predicting his actions during his presidency. In Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs there are five stages. In order, the stages are: Physiological, Safety, Love and Belongingness, Esteem, and Self Actualization. Trump flip flops between two of the stages: Love and Belongingness, and Esteem. One of Trump s traits of the Big Five is narcissism, which in the McAdam s (2016) article, it states that people display this trait because they lack early life mirroring. This means that the parents failed to lovingly reflect on their child s budding grandiosity, in return, leaving the child desperately seeking affirmation from others throughout their lives. Love and Belongingness reflects Trump s narcissistic tendencies in this way. Trump shows the Esteem stage with his need to be the best, be successful, and prove that he can be a successful president. As president of the United States, Trump is trying to fulfill his Self Actualization need with Self Transcendence by helping others and fulfill his inner potential as president. Trump bases his actions and goals on the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 11. Puritan Society In The Scarlet Letter By Nathaniel Hawthorne In the Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne harshly criticizes Puritan society. From hypocrisy to forgiveness, Hawthorne uses hidden messages and motifs to express his criticism of society and to spread his messages. A social judgement explored by Hawthorne is that a majority perspective stifles individuality. Dimmesdale best exemplifies the social judgement presented in the novel. Puritanical society s ideals suppress Dimmesdale s desire to come out as a sinner because he has a status he isn t willing to give up. Public humiliation for sins was prominent in puritanical times and people wanted to avoid it at all costs. However, in his attempts to preserve his reputation and hide his identity, he deteriorates his mental health and allows ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Hawthorne especially makes obvious the parallel between Hester and Eve and Dimmesdale and Adam. While they are the two most obvious relations, other characters in the story play a part Hawthorne explores the motif of good versus evil in The Scarlet Letter, and it is a classic motif present in the famous story of Adam and Eve. The opening scene presents Hester on the scaffold, receiving the punishment of a scarlet letter A . Her community describes her as sinful by nature, which was a common description of women during puritanical times. By the first scene, Hester can be scene as a parallel to Eve. Hester is perceived as sinful while standing on the scaffold, just as Eve was after eating the fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil before Adam had. Hester s banishment is also similar to Eve s, both mentally and physically. Hester and Eve must face confrontation with a judgmental figure and experience banishment from a society in which they had lived. Arthur Dimmesdale, a religious leader in the novel, exhibits traits of Adam in Adam and Eve. Unlike Hester, Dimmesdale decides to conceal his secret for seven years due to his need to preserve his reputation. Dimmesdale parallels Adam because just as Adam hid his sin from God, Dimmesdale hid his sin from his society. Adam is discovered by God after trying to hide, but confesses to God that he had eaten the forbidden fruit. While Dimmesdale does confess his sin, he does it to a different kind ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Integrated 1 And Macdougall Littel Algebra Summary Review of Standards of Text Amanda E.L. Kent Chico State University, Chico November 18, 2014 Professor Matthews Author Note Review of Sequences in CPM Common Core Integrated 1 and MacDougal Littel Algebra 2 The introduction and understanding of sequences, arithmetic and geometric in 8th grade was reviewed for content and standards in CPM CC Integrated 1 and MacDougall Littel Algebra 2. Sequences are defined as an ordered list of numbers that are in a specific pattern. Arithmetic Sequences are an ordered list of numbers where the difference between successive numbers is a constant value. Geometric sequences are an ordered list of numbers where the successive numbers differ by a common ratio. Sequences in California ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them. In each section 5.2.1 5.2.3 the students are required to make sense as a group and persevere in solving the problems. Example of the practice is seen in 5.2.1 5 42, 5.2.2 5 59, and 5.2.3 5 74. Each problem in this text is recommended that the students work in groups and there are no formulas, or rules given until the students have reasoned out the problem and solved as a group. By having the student reason and understand, then persevere, the student gains an understanding of the concept in sequences rather that the rule. Given that many of the lesson plans are built around the students making sense of conceptual problems this practice seems to be the focus of the sections. Used beyond moderately, it is the stepping stone to the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Tale Of Two Cities Passage Analysis Essay The passage, Carton s depression , takes place at the end of Book Two Chapter 5 in the book A Tale of Two Cities, by Charles Dickens. While they were talking about their day, Stryver mentions in front of Carton how he is up one minute and down the other minute showing how he has very easy mood changes. This is taking place 5 years after Darnay was on his trial. He was saved by Sydney Carton. This passage literally explains Carton s feelings after the trial. Carton is basically contemplating his life. The main function of the passage is to enhance the depth of Cartons character as well as how he relates to Darnay. This basically explains his mindset. Although carton looked like he was enjoying his time when he was drinking with his friends, he felt depressed after which is shown through literary techniques and figurative language including allusions. C.A: In the passage, Charles Dickens is foreshadowing Carton s actions at the end. However, this passage serves primarily as motive for the ending of the book or as a representation of Carton who is a round character. This is shown through Literary techniques and devices like metaphors, allusions, and diction. Carton is shown in the passage as a person regarding his life as useless and he can t find a reason for his life. However, later he admits his love ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He is feeling depressed and useless. Those ideas provoke him to be envious of Darnay. Another idea is that the society doesn t see Carton as he truly is. Dicken s description of Carton getting in his room can be interpreted as sensory image because he is in his house, in his room, and in his bed. Overall, Carton feeling useless causes him to be one of the most important characters because he saved Darnay and technically saved the whole family from Grief. His personality and attitude are changing the whole time which is seen through the contradiction in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. IT Job Roles Throughout the year, I have learned so much about the tech world. Every piece of information has helped me realize that there is more to technology than just games and schoolwork. You can use technology for almost everything you do today. All of the information that I have retained this year has come from a website called ucertify.com. It is a website that has ten chapters. Each of them have a different focus with different topics. It also has cards and a quiz to take after you have read the information to see how well you understand the material. Chapter one s focus was mainly an introduction to information technology and how it works. One important topic was IT Job Roles. This topic talked about the different roles that everyone has to create and run a website. Some of those jobs include website designers, web application developers, and web architects. There are also jobs that deal with mobile aspects of a website. There are three concepts that are tied with technology. They are paradigm shifts, Moore s Law, and the technology adoption life cycle. Thomas Kuhn created the paradigm shift. The paradigm shift is a way of shifting a way of thinking to start thinking another way. Moore s Law was created by Gordon E. Moore and explained the theory that the number of transistors per square inch on circuits will double every two years. The technology adoption life cycle was created by Joe M. Bolen, George M. Beal, and Everett M. Rogers. It is simply a model that defines the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Causes And Effects Of The Titanic The Titanic was the dream ship, the unsinkable ship. It was supposed to sail from Southampton, England to New York on April 10, 1912. But the dream ship never made it to New York (Tibballs 25). The disaster of the Titanic was both tragic and adventures. The passengers were both poor and very wealthy (Staff). The people were seeking adventure in a new country. Some went to travel, others went to live the American dream and start a new life ( The Sinking... ). The dream of the people came to an end on April 14, 1912. The Titanic was known as the greatest ship ever built: luxurious, unsinkable, and unbelievably big (Dubowski 4). The Titanic was more than 882 feet long and 92 feet wide, and it stood 175 feet tall (Dubowski 5). Even though the Titanic was a large ship, it only carried four collapsible boats and sixteen lifeboats, which wasn t enough boats to accommodate all the passengers on the ship (Sherrow 10). The cost of a first class parlor suite ticket range from $1,724 $4,350. In today s time, the ticket will cost about $100,000 (Tibballs 30). The first class passengers had a low opportunity to survive the Titanic voyage (Staff). The Titanic s famous Captain Edward J. Smith was going to retire after planning the Titanic s voyage (Rosenburg). The first day at sea was a success. Captain Smith felt like he should make the voyage to New York sooner than expected (Sherrow 22). The passengers were having a great time and happy with the progress of the Titanic (Dubowski 13). The Titanic had received the first report of ice on April 14th (Rosenburg). The last warning was sent out between 9:30 p.m. regarding the Titanic had sheets of ice in their pathway (Tibballs 42). Captain Smith went to bed without realizing the dangerousness of the iceberg (Rosenburg). The weather was getting colder that night. Around 10 o clock that night, the weather got down to 31 degrees Fahrenheit at sea ( The Sinking... ). It was very dark outside. The lookout couldn t see very far in front of the ship (Rosenburg). The ship was speeding through the frigid water at 22 knots (Staff). The lookout spotted an iceberg in front of the ship (Sherrow 29). The lookout immediately called the officer and stated, Iceberg ahead! They quickly turned ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Nature Vs Nurture As A Serial Killer Historical Background What causes an individual to become a serial killer? Bio psychologists believe that starting from birth the human mind is a tabula rasa or blank slate, and the individual learns behaviors and socio cultural norms from individuals around them. This concept of nature versus nurture was based upon the idea that it is how you are brought up (nurture) that governs the psychologically significant aspects of child development and the concept of maturation applies only to the biological. The theory that explains the nature aspect of the nature versus nurture principle is called the attachment theory, which views the bond between mother and child as being an innate process that ensures survival. It is a biological need that has ensured the survival of many species including the human race; because of the need to protect and be protected humans as a species has been able to endure. It is also a psychological need to want to be cared for as well as care for others a study done by Harry Harlow (1950s). The concept of nurture focuses mainly on the effect that the environment has on the development of human beings and whether it is more important than nature. Several studies have been generated to try and settle the ongoing debate of nature versus nurture. Many psychologists agree that nurture play a greater part in the development of a human being. Studies such as those performed on monozygotic twins (identical), who share the same genetics and those performed ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Jodi Arias Research Paper Jodi Arias is a 36 Year old Legal shield Saleswoman. She is now a murderer of her Ex Boyfriend Travis Victor Alexander. Arias changed everything about herself before the murder of Alexander so that none of the neighbors recognized her, she rented a car and changed her hair color to disguised her self. Jodi Ann Arias Jodi Arias Was Born July 9th, 1980 In Salinas, California to William Angelo and Sandy D. Arias. She has four siblings, an older half sister and two younger brothers and a sister. At ten Arias showed an interest in photography which continued thought out her adult like. Arias claimed her parents Abused her as a child starting at the age seven. When Arias was in eleventh grade, she dropped out. in February 2006 Arias became an at home worker for legalShield before she was known for Murder of Travis Alexander, her ex boyfriend was thirty years old he was also a salesman for Prepaid Legal services. They then later met in September 2006 at a PPL services conference in Las Vegas,Nevada. Arias thought she could just parked her car farther away. However, doing so still risked someone who knew her car driving by and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He was stabbed twenty seven times in the back and torso and shot in the head, His throat was slit from ear to ear. Jodi was living in Yreka, California When she met Alexander at a business convention in las Vegas in 2006. Arias testified that her relationship with Alexander became increasingly physically and emotionally abusive.Arias also said Alexander shook her while saying I m sick of you , Then began Screaming at me , After that he Body slammed me on the foot of his bed Taunting her, saying Don t act like that hurts Before he called her the B word and kicked her in the ribs. Then, Arias said He went to kick me again, and I put my hand out Arias held up her left hand showing that her ring finger was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Disadvantages Of Cosplayers Cosplay has the ability to transform cosplayers into their heroes, whoever they are. But things haven t always been that ideal. Unfortunately, body shaming and bullying and abusing are very real and prominent issues for cosplayers at conventions. The sting of negative comments can carry over into regular life for some and even lead to anxiety or depression (Arielle Lien and psychologist Dr. Beth Murphy). Katie Mellema (Fig.22) an experienced cosplayer, shared some insight into this issue in an article on Cosplayers vs. the World: Social Issues (Volume I) by Jade Chambers (2013). Fig.22 Cosplay Photo of Katie She recalls I remember going to the mall with a friend and walking past a cosplayer in Lolita dress. I applauded her courage and sense of style while my ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As a result, fans or the audience forget that there are individuals inside those costumes. They are overwhelmed by the fact that their favourite character has come to life and end up crossing their limits. Sometimes audiences assume that cosplayers are dressed up in a provocative manner of because they are asking for it . This causes sexual and verbal harassment. Women have been groped, and men have been put down for not fitting or perfectly fitting a certain costume. Thus, certain organizers are trying to bring awareness to this issue by implementing anti harassment policies. In New York s Comic Con, attendees can see a large sign that says Cosplay is not Consent , and that everyone should be treated with respect. (2014) Harrassment is not limited to just female cosplayers. Male cosplayer John of Moderately Okay Cosplay has been groped multiple times while dressed as anime and video game characters. It didn t really affect me much. It surprised me more than anything, like a Did that just happen? type of thing, he said. Fig.24 Cosplay is not consent ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Self And Social Identity Theory Paper When Henri Tajfel and John Turner came up the self and social identity theory, they set out to explain the value of understanding self worth. Every human as a desire to feel a sense of belonging, but that problem is not a simple as just sitting next to someone and saying these two people should feel connected. The heart of this issue is often psychologist greatest challenge in cure a person metal state. This paper will first look at what is self and social identity from a psychologist issue, than how the power of the gospel as the ability to change that. Henri Tajfel believed that the groups we belong to give us a sense of social identity. Those groups helped us feel a connection in the world which in turns lead to a feeling of self worth (Tajifel, 1979). The groups we choose not only shaped our image of our self but also had the ability to affect the way we act in the communities we lived in. So in essence with that definition one could say that our character to the world is perceived through the self image we portray. To take this idea a step further the first idea helps to define our social image. Our self image becomes a bit more complicated. Its easy to get people to think certain things of us. Smile a lot and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Jesus calls us as followers to take up our cross and follow him. If we are to carry the benefits of this new image we have in Christ, we must also be willing to carry the weight of that. That weight comes from fleeing from sin and living in the image of Christ. The word repentance is found 75 times in the Bible and it means simply to turn away. Luke uses the word 25 times alone and when he uses this word, he is using it in the context of what we need to do when following Christ. Repent from our sins, than turn away from them. That means we must be willing to do away with our old self image and embrace the new that Christ has promised ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Case Study Psycho Oncology INTRODUCTION Psycho oncology is the psychological response of a patient and their family to cancer of all stages of the disease and also the psychological, behavioural and social factors that may influence the disease process (Holland et al, 2010). Cancer is a distressing disease, the psychological effect of being diagnosed with cancer can be significant and therefore, holistic care is essential to ensure that patients physical and mental needs are met and to encourage adherence to ongoing management of their condition (Holland 2001). In holistic patient care, it not only involves the physical heath but also the emotional, psychological, social, spiritual and environmental areas of an individual s life too. In psych oncology, all this conditions are managed together to treat the patient as a whole. For the purpose of this assignment, a case study of a breast cancer patient will be discussed. The aim of this case study is to discuss the psychological impacts of breast cancer diagnosis on a patient and her family. I will also discuss the sign and symptoms of psychological ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This is the most common type of breast cancer. There are several risk factors that contributing to breast cancer. Among this being female is the most common cause. Breast cancer is the first most common cancer among women.1 in 10 women develop breast cancer by the age of 75 (National Cancer Registry Ireland, (NCRI), 2014). Breast cancer accounts for second most common cancer and second leading cause of cancer death in women in the world. Successful screening and treatment leads to increases survival rate. Five year survival rate is 85% (ICS, 2016). Breast cancer and its treatment options like surgery, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy alter patients body image. Body image and sexuality are most significantly affected issues by breast cancer during the first year of survivorship (Fobair et al, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Intimate Partner Violence Cook: I don t want him to know I even called. You know what I m saying? That s the thing. That triggers him when he knows I called. He tears the stuff up in my house. Operator: We ll tell them, but they re still going to contact you. Cook: He s already tried to kill me three times. I m really just fed up with this. I can t keep moving and changing my life because of this [expletive]. Cook: I ve been going through this for five years with him. It s still the same thing. I have complaints. If you look up my name, you ll see there are a hundred thousand complaints, but ain t nobody doing nothing. Operator: When was the last time you called police? Cook: Umm, two weeks ago, and they just tell me not to open my door. And all that. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The highest prevalence rate is 65.6% in the central region of Sub Sahara Africa and lowest in eastern region of Asia with a 16.3% prevalence rate. Even at the lowest rate of occurrence, it can be seen as one in every ten women is being abused by their intimate partner. A Study on Factors Linked to IPV Understanding the reasons behind domestic violence can bring about predictors and help provide solutions for future education and deterrence. Intimate partner violence is not a one dimensional subject, most often, a victim is not being abused by a partner out of just emotional outbursts there are many more factors that come into play when it comes to domestic violence. Abramsky et al., interviewed a total of 24,097 women from 10 different countries using standardized questionnaires the countries of Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Japan, Namibia, Peru, Republic of Tanzania, Samoa, Serbia, Montenegro and Thailand. The questions asked were in regards to IPV with the women s past and present partners, whether they experienced specific violent acts, and if so whether this had happened in the 12 months preceding the survey (Abramsky et al., 2011). The women s answers were compared to one another for analysis and risk factors were deduced from associations within the answered surveys. Factors such as low levels of education (from both the victim and the partner), history of abuse of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. A Rose For Emily And The Jilting Of Granny Weatherall The sorrowful and unpredictable realization of denial and loss can slowly tear down even the strongest willed individuals. In the twisting tales of A Rose for Emily and The Jilting of Granny Weatherall the recurring theme of denial continuously reminds the reader that life is precious and to never take anything for granted. William Faulkner s A Rose for Emily focuses on the life and death of Emily Grierson. Although the story begins with her death, the details of her life are revealed through several elements. Emily is ultimately jilted by the man she falls in love with, Homer Barron, and poisons him to ensure a lifelong commitment. A similar theme appears within Katherine Anne Porter s The Jilting of Granny Weatherall Ellen Weatherall, is on her deathbed as the story begins. The narrator discusses Granny s life and the struggles she faced in the past. As Granny lays upon her deathbed, she recalls all the things she has to do and all the chores she has left undone. She also remarks the element of surprise at the fact that death has come upon her. Not only do these two stories repeatedly use elements such as symbolism and foreshadowing the authors create a relatively similar theme that not only delivers a powerful message but is a timeless classic. Throughout the story, A Rose for Emily the narrator tells the story from an unnamed narrator s perspective while sharing the town s feelings. This makes the reader feel immersed in the town they are reading about ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Andrea Simpson Case Study Andrea Simpson presents with symptoms that align closely with Binge Eating Disorder (307.51). According to the DSM 5, Andrea meets all of the diagnostic criteria for BED and the disordered eating is not associated with the compensatory behavior of anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa. She experiences recurrent episodes of binge eating that are characterized by inappropriate amounts of food several eggs, toast, and juice for breakfast or many bowls of cereal, a few sandwiches with whole sleeves of cookies, chips, and cheese for lunch. Andrea claims she did not feel out of control when deciding to eat, as she thought she could stop when she was finished. This, however, did not happen, and Andrea spends much of her time fighting urges to eat. She ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Andrea has learned to cope with life stressors by binge eating food, so Andrea needs to learn healthier coping skills. In addition, it is important that Andrea sees a medical doctor as well as a therapist because her binge eating has already led her to obesity, which has its own physical risks like type II diabetes, metabolic syndrome, arthritis, chronic pain, hypertension, and ulcers (Bulik, Trace, Kleiman Mazzeo, p. 499, 2014). It would be irresponsible as a counselor or a medical doctor to treat Andrea with just talk therapy or just medication. Andrea needs a holistic approach that will target her disordered eating through cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal psychotherapy, nutritional counseling, and possibly psychotropic medications to help with depression, anxiety, obsession and compulsion. Since many people who suffer with BED have a history that dates back to their childhood (Bulik, Trace, Kleiman Mazzeo, p. 499, 2014), it is vital that a counselor explores this start with talk ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. The Characteristics Of The Falkland War 1. The book under review covers Falkland war and titled as Air War South Atlantic. It is published by Sidgwick Jackson Ltd UK in 1983. Book consists of 260 pages with hard cover binding. Background 2. Historically, Britain exercise control over south Atlantic Falkland islands. The populace wished to stay with Britain. In 1982, Argentine s military dictator General Galtieri tried to shore up his unpopular regime by retaking Islands, which the Britain had occupied for a hundred and fifty years. British Prime Minister Margret Thatcher sent the largest armada since World War II to seize them back. Subsequently, in a series of sea, air, and land battles, British forces recaptured the Islands. The Falklands campaign was unique in many aspects. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Detailed portrayal of events has enabled the reader to gain a clear insight into the nature of modern logistics, air operations, with some of the latest types of weaponry. Moreover, tactics used by the belligerents is also discussed in detail. (c) Expression. No verbosity is seen throughout the book and the writers kept the expression simple yet effective. However few words like skirmish have been used repeatedly, which could have been replaced by suitable synonym. (d) Emotion and Feelings. There is no other notable book on Falkland war that actually contains the emotions expressions of involved warriors. Both the writers toured military air bases in Argentina UK and were able to discuss the fighting in detail with pilots from almost every unit involved. Between them, the authors interviewed more than a hundred Argentine and British servicemen, who flew during the conflict, or witnessed or otherwise played a part in the air actions. The result is a detailed and vivid account of the engagements, as seen from both sides. (e) British Narrative. Although both the writers who are British and American are remained un biased while describing and analyzing the war, however, British narrative seems to be overshadowing the overall of impact of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Gravitational Potential Energy Lab Report Purpose: To find out the relationship between gravitational potential energy, kinetic energy, and total mechanical energy of a cart as it rolls down a ramp Hypothesis: If the cart rolls down the ramp with constant speed, then the kinetic energy will get bigger, the gravitational potential energy will decrease, and the total mechanical energy will stay at the same constant value, because due to the law of Conservation of Energy, these are the estimated results. Materials/Apparatus: ramp (1) textbooks (3/4) meter stick (1) motion sensor (1) cart (1) GLX system Procedures: The ramp was raised at a 8.4 degree angle using 3 textbooks The length and the height of the ramp was measured using a meter stick The motion sensor was placed on the top of the ramp. The cart was placed near the notion sensor and released As the cart rolled down the ramp, the position time graph of the cart was recored One point near the end of the graph was chosen and was represented by its d2 and the reference point, which was used to determine the height of the cart. (this point was kept throughout the whole experiment) The equation h = d (h/L) was used to calculate the height of the cart on the ramp The slope tool was used to determine the speed at any point The position and the speed was determined using the point near the start if the graph These values were used to complete the first row The other positions from the graph were used to complete the next three rows Observations: ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Chemical Effects On Humans And Society Many hormonal chemicals alter or block other organism s hormones, and one of these hormonal chemicals is Endocrine disrupting chemicals known as EDCs. (Trachsel, 2008) thus, these chemicals are often known to be agents that are foreign to an organism system, a xenobiotic. (Trachsel, 2008) mainly found in aquatic environments, EDCs have a handful of harm effects on animals, humans and the ecosystem in general, which differs in the way they are regulated (homeostasis) due to the natural occurring hormones in animals or human bodies being eliminated when they start interfering with how the hormones responsible for growth, development and behavior are being synthesized and transported. (A. Snyder, 2003) on the contrary, micropollutants that ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... (A. Snyder, 2003) males that were exposed to these epidemiological hormones while still being a fetus had a decreased sperm quantity when compared to normal males, as well as having changes in their behaviors and developed prostate cancer as well as changes in neuroendocrinology. (A. Snyder, 2003) therefore, there were many concerns against human health raised by micropollutants, where perchlorate being a contaminant that is mainly found in aquatic systems, also affected the thyroid gland of individuals that were exposed to it, causing disease.( A. Snyder, 2003) According to what I believe, EDCs will have a potential effect on society, in which it is different from what the science is investigating recently, that s due to the fact that the effects they are measuring are for a short term interval and the long term that might appear later on are not investigated. As these bio accumulates, increasing in their concentration over time from all the development this decade is going through in the moment, also from the chemicals being drained directly into the waters increasing over time, as well as having pharmaceutical health products draining into the waters, this might cause a reduction or rendering all the waste water treatments used less useful in helping to remove these pollutants, therefore the harmful of these chemical will increase overtime. The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Prevalence, Pathology And Associated Risk Factors For... Prevalence, pathology and associated risk factors for Dictyocaulus filaria infection among slaughtered sheep. Introduction Sheep are an important part of the global agricultural economy. Domestic sheep provide a wide array of raw materials. Wool is one of the first textiles although in the late 20th century wool prices began to fall as the result of the popularity and cheap prices for synthetic fabrics . Sheep meat and milk are the earliest staple proteins consumed by human civilization after the transition from hunting and gathering to agriculture. Byproducts from the slaughter of sheep are also of value; sheep tallow can be used in candle and soap making while, sheep bone and cartilage has been used to furnish carved items such as dice and buttons . Parasitic nematodes cause diseases of major economic importance in sheep .The lungworm , Dictyocaulus filaria , represents one of these nematodes inhabits bronchi and bronchioles and cause parasitic bronchitis (commonly known as husk) particularly in young sheep ( Holzhauer et al., 2011). Dictyocaulus filaria has direct life cycle, embryonated eggs are coughed up or swallowed and hatch in the small intestine then first stage larvae are passed in faeces. Under favorable environmental conditions, first stage larvae moult to second stage larvae and then infective en sheathed third stage larvae that actively move from faeces to herbage and are ingested by the grazing sheep. Following ingestion, third stage larvae ex sheath in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Cloud Computing Essay The integration of mobile devices with our daily life (e.g., smart phones, smart watches, tablets, etc.) has eliminated the location and timing restrictions on access to variety of services such as social network, web search, data storage, and entertainment. Limitations on resources (such as battery life and storage) and the need to global scalability of services have motivated companies to rely on cloud computing. Cloud computing has created a new paradigm for mobile applications where computations and storage have migrated to centralized computing platforms in the cloud. Cloud providers such as Google, Amazon, and Salesforce offer clients the access to cloud resources in various locations and allow them to acquire computing resources ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Driven by the fundamental problems encountered due to identification and location conflation problem in IP networks and inefficiency of TCP for intermittent links, we propose a simple yet effective solution to provide access to advanced services for vehicular nodes with varying link conditions. To address aforementioned issues, we leverage cloud resources to design and develop a framework for connected vehicles. This scalable, mobility centric solution, through network abstractions and clustering schemes with high resilience against failure, can provide seamless connectivity, global reachability, and enhanced connection for vehicular nodes with high dynamicity and possibly no direct association to an access point. This is followed up by the introduction of the MobilityFirst architecture which supports seamless mobility of nodes in network layer. The named service layer in MobilityFirst is supported by network abstractions in the form of globally available cloud services. The distributed global name resolution service (GNRS) along with efficient vehicular clustering provides the opportunity to enable scalable services and allow seamless connectivity. The proposed scheme, called FastMF, assign to clusters of vehicles unique names that are independent from location of the clusters and the interfaces. The vehicular clusters maintain tree structures that improve performance over conventional clusters and reduce ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Intellectual Property, Trademark, And Trade Secrets Intellectual Property refers to creations of the mind, such as inventions; library and artistic works; designs; and symbols, names and images used in commerce. It is any product of the human intellect that the law protects from unauthorized use by others. It is comprised of four categories: patent, copyright, trademark, and trade secrets. Patent gives the inventor the right to exclude others from making, using, importing, and selling the patented innovation for a certain amount of time. A patent can be granted the inventor if they file an application in a timely manner. Most inventors seek a patent to obtain the actual or potential commercial advantages that go along with the right to exclude others. Copyright protection gives the right to reproduce, distribute, perform, display, and license things such as music, motion pictures, writings, architecture, and other original intellectual expressions. Trademarks are words, phrases, names, slogans, logos, and symbols used by producers to identify their goods and services. As for trade secrets, to determine whether information creates a trade secret, there are six factors that need to be considered: The extent to which the information is known outside the claimant s business, the extent to which it is known by employees and other involved in the business, the extent of measures taken by the claimant to guard the secrecy of the information, the value of the information to the business and its competitors, the amount of effort or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Hewlett Packard Case Hewlett Packard Deskjet Printer Supply Chain [pic] Presented to Professor D Krishna Sundar Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore On October 29, 2010 In Partial Fulfilment of the Requirement for the Operations Management in the Post Graduate Programme By Abhinav Sinha Avinash Radhakrishnan Kaustubh Fule Rakesh P Trideep Basu 1011005 1011017
  • 31. 1011030 1011047 1011066 Contents Abstract 3 Introduction 3 HP 3 Printer Retail Market 3 Vancouver Division 4 Situational Analysis 4 The Supply Chain 4 Demand 4 Inventory Model for Existing Supply Chain 5 Problem Definition 5 Alternatives 5 Evaluations of Alternatives 5 Have higher levels of Inventory 5 Use Air ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For selling the printers in Europe, HP had to add the right power supply for the intended country and also the instruction manual in the correct language. Since testing with power supply was a part of FAT, this customization was also done at the FAT plant unlike its computer division which delayed this process to the Distribution Centres (DC). The inventory was carried at the Distribution Centres and not at the factory. Demand In the Europe DC, it was becoming common to have product shortages for model demands from some countries while inventory of some other model kept piling up. The target inventory levels at DC were set by a rule of thumb and were proving ineffective. The primary reason for this seemed to be the magnitude of variation in demand. [pic] [pic] Inventory Model for Existing Supply Chain Since the variation in demand is high, a fixed order quantity model would have been suitable for modelling the inventory management process at the European DC of HP. We could have arrived at a suitable reordering point looking into the lead time and demand variation in that lead time. However, ordering cost is not available and is hard to estimate given the facts in the case and hence we reject this model. We propose to use the Fixed Time Period Model with Safety Stock for this
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  • 33. Coal Fuel And Natural Gas Coal fuel, which accounts for the peak of popularity in the late 19th early 20th century. Then the majority of engines used as fuel and coal consumption of this mineral was truly overwhelming. In the 20th century, coal gave way to palm oil, which in turn is in danger of being supplanted in the 21st century alternative sources of fuel and natural gas. However, nevertheless, coal to this day is strategic material. Coal is used to produce more than 400 different products. Coal tar tar and water used for producing ammonia, benzene, phenol, and other chemical compounds which, after processing used in the manufacture of paint products and rubber. When the deep processing of coal can obtain rare metals: zinc, molybdenum, germanium. Coal ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The coal bearing deposits of coal, along with many species found geo resources having consumer relevance. They are the host rocks for the construction industry as a raw material, groundwater, coal bed methane, rare and trace elements including rare metals and their compounds. For example, certain coals are enriched in germanium. In terms of coal Russia ranked fifth in the world (after China, the US, India and Australia), 3/4 of coal produced is used to produce energy and heat, 1/4 in metallurgy and chemical industries. Exports are a small part, mainly in Japan and the Republic of Korea. Open coal mining in Russia is 2/3 of the total. This method of production is considered the most efficient and cheap. However, without taking into account the associated severe violations of nature the creation of deep pits and extensive overburden dumps. Mine production is more expensive and has a high accident rate, which is largely determined by the deterioration of mining equipment (40% of it is out of date and needs urgent modernization). Russian coal basins The role of a coal basin in the territorial division of labour depends on the quality of coal, the size of reserves, technical and economic indicators of production, the degree of preparedness of reserves for commercial operation, the size of production, transport and features of geographical location. From the combination of these conditions ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Romantic love and marriage University of Nebraska Lincoln DigitalCommons@University of Nebraska Lincoln Nebraska Anthropologist Anthropology, Department of 1 1 2005 Romantic Love and Marriage: An Analysis of the Concept and Functionality of Romantic Love as a Marital Stabilizing Agent Emily Sorrell Follow this and additional works at: http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/nebanthro Part of the Anthropology Commons Sorrell, Emily, Romantic Love and Marriage: An Analysis of the Concept and Functionality of Romantic Love as a Marital Stabilizing Agent (2005). Nebraska Anthropologist. Paper 9. http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/nebanthro/9 This Article is brought to you for free and open access by the Anthropology, Department of at ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The anthropological literature tackling the topic of romantic love concerns possible factors that make love an integral part of general social structure and marriage in certain societies, such as modes of subsistence dependence, sexual equality and post marital residence rules. One cannot overstate the significance that lies in understanding the relationship between love and marriage, as both are critical elements of humanity. Understanding love as a functioning agent in maintaining marital stability allows us to better understand an important part of who we are as humans. Hence, as a basic building block of human social structure, romantic ·love and its role in the maintenance of society is an incredibly important area of research. Much of the anthropological community agrees that romantic love does constitute a valid area of research, and hopes to repair the general oversight of love that occurred in earlier ethnographic work (Jankowiak 1992 and Fischer 1992). In order to analyze the relationship between romantic love and marriage, it is necessary to compare current thinking with respect to this theme. It is also important to research and discuss love in terms of its functional role in society, or more appropriately, its functional role in
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  • 36. Deaf Culture Deaf Culture In mainstream American society, we tend to approach deafness as a defect. Helen Keller is alleged to have said, Blindness cuts people off from things; deafness cuts people off from people. (rnib.org) This seems a very accurate description of what Keller s world must have been. We as hearing people tend to pity deaf people, or, if they succeed in the hearing world, admire them for overcoming a severe handicap. We tend to look at signing as an inferior substitute for real communication. We assume that all deaf people will try to lip read and we applaud deaf people who use their voices to show us how far they have come from the grips of their disability. Given this climate, many hearing people are surprised, as I was at ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... ASL also avoids one of the biggest scourges of English: the pronoun problem, the tendency of English speakers to use he as a generic singular pronoun representing any unknown person, male or female. However, once a person is mentioned in an ASL conversation, she is given a location in space which represents her for the remainder of the conversation. Different ways of pointing to this location can indicate the number of people who occupy it, and their role in the conversation but not their sex. (aslinfo.com) Because about 90% of Deaf people are born to hearing parents, they absorb their culture from their peers, not their families. Most Deaf children who attend residential schools for the deaf pick up ASL from their classmates. Because of this source of cultural identity, one of the first questions Deaf people ask upon meeting each other is where they went to school and who their teachers were. In this way, the Deaf community can become very close knit, as each member becomes familiar with residential schools in various regions of the country. Deaf culture also places a great deal of emphasis on physical contact. Hugging is far more common than shaking hands, especially when parting. Deaf good byes are unusually drawn out and even in passing not taking time to chat for a few minutes is considered rude. The Deaf community easily becomes a second family to many people whose own families are hearing. Like many minority ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Marie Antoinette s Influence On The French Revolution In 1755, Josèphe Jeanne Marie Antoinette was born as the daughter of Empress Maria Theresa; the sovereign who ruled the Hapsburg Lorraine House in Austria. As a princess and a member of the Hapsburg dynasty, she inherited good looks which earned her a title of youthful goddess of beauty and virtue upon her arrival in France. At her age of fourteen, her mother sent her off to faraway France to married Dauphin, later known as Louis XVI, in order to secure a diplomatic alliance through marriage with France, a former enemy of Austria. Initially, Marie Antoinette had charmed the French people with her delicate looks; however, as she became the queen, slanderous accusations piled continuously which eventually damaged her reputation and led to her death. Why the French people hated Marie Antoinette so much and what are the sinful things she did in order to earn their wrath? From the existing pamphlets published before the French Revolution up to Coppola s film Marie Antoinette, the press demonized the once adored lady into a highly lascivious whore. Marie Antoinette s sexual abuse were caused by the public perception as a sexualized body, a hidden fear towards all publicly active women and the potential power of their bodies, in which they use their sexual advantages toward men to gain an access to political power. First, the queen was an unwelcome guest in French people s eyes. Marie Antoinette was treated as a scapegoat due to her gender and the French people s fear of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Type I and Type Ii Errors and Land Law AGUILAR, Janica Mara Y. BERBOSO, Kevin Leo C. CAYUBE, Katherine Kate Z. Prof. Ria Sagum Advisor PHILEX: Philippine Land Law Expert Chatbot Abstract Keywords: Chatbot, Natural Language Processing (NLP), First Order Predicate Logic, Natural Language Generation (NLG), Precision and Recall The researchers tend to work on an expert system with integration of Philippine land laws. They chose to focus on land laws since one of the major problems of the Filipinos who seek law experts advice are due to land. The researchers deliberates the possible ways on how can they share knowledge and guidance that works like a real lawyer advising a client but have not taking an account to replace to seek a real land law experts ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This study also intends to identify the evaluation of the experts when it comes to system s user friendliness, speed of response, and completeness. Five (5) land law experts chose twenty (20) test questions used to assess the system s competency. Conclusion made by the experts based on the results is PHILEX, being the system for giving answers to user s questions pertaining to Philipine land laws, is acceptable as a reliable source of knowledge and guidance without intending to replace the professional practitioners. The system got an overall percentage in terms of accuracy, a 75%, specificity with the percentage rate of 55% and sensitivity with 80.8%. Summing up the scores in terms of user friendliness, speed of response, and completeness resulted to an overall weighted mean of 4.36, 4.32, and 4.16 respectively, interprets that the system as an acceptable tool for land law consulations. In the future, the authors would like to extend their work and knowledge by making the system possible to access by everyone through web or what we called web base application CARLOS, Philip P. RAMOS, Joseph R. ROSARIO, Roderick M. TAMBUNGUI, Gian Paolo C. Prof. Michael B. Dela Fuente Advisor CIVIA: College of Computer Management and Information Technology Interactive Virtual Information Assistant Abstract Keywords: information assistant, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Literacy And Its Effects On Education Literacy In past years, literacy was an issues in some countries. In past years, Illiteracy was a big issue to some countries like Pakistan, Ghana Ethiopia, South Africa and other places in Africa. Over the past years, the government of these countries focused on education. The levels of literacy in these countries was too high and there were causes of negative impact toward education. For instance, literacy rate of girls in Pakistan and family were the negative impact. Literacy rates for both gender was too high in Ghana, Ethiopia and South Africa and the negative impact was poverty. The government want to reduce literacy by doing many things. For example, the high rate of low enrollment for girls in Pakistan, In South Africa there ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Some families wanted their girl to work at home or find employment family forced their girls to drop out. (Latif Amna.) In addition, in Ghana money was the most negative impact towards the high literacy rate. Ghana was poor country in past years, so, the Government were trying to do the past to improve education. One of the problems was the low salary of teachers and this all because of the money. (Blunch, Niels Hugo) Children in South Africa were faced with many difficult things in their lives. Years ago in South Africa teacher teach the student in a library rather than schools. In 1994, most of the students did not go to the school, students just go to the library to study and workshop with their teachers during the literacy project. Children in elementary schools drop out because family pressure. Some families began to send their children to enroll in drama schools rather than general schools because of low fee. Also, some students said we shall now focus on the drama workshops because they feel that drama schools worth it, and the tuition of the drama schools were not that expensive. The article indicated some good reasons to enroll in a drama school were the low fee and children were learning from the school. Some people indicated that drama workshops were the solution to the linking of literacy. South Africa s young children faced many emotional problems, and there were a lot of things that increased literacy in South Africa such as, the poverty, so ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Science Of Memory Tips from the Science of Memory for Studying and for Life is separated into three subsections that each cover a diverse set of tips. The first subsection covers organizing, encoding, rehearsing, and retrieving course content. Before you can initiate memorizing the information you must be organized. To be prepared you should catch potential errors early on, put the information in a structure that will help you to comprehend it fluently, and experiment with different organization techniques. After you are organized and have removed any errors, you can begin memorizing the information. The best way to memorize is to stay focused, process the information at an appropriate level, make connections between the content and your life, create images ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The midterm is coming up fast, and I am excited that I have already completed two of the four steps for memorizing in Experience Psychology. The first two steps, organizing and encoding, I have completed as we moved through each session. Encoding early on is an important step because I was able to introduce each concept to my brain one by one as it was learned, rather than cramming it all in at once. That leaves me with two steps to complete before I can complete my test: Rehearsing and Retrieving. In order to rehearse, or practice, the information I have learned I first must create the right environment. Where I am studying makes a large impact on how well I will take in the information (Silver, 2008). I know that I work best studying off of paper (not a computer screen), being somewhere comfortable, and that having a familiar sound like a song I know by heart, or a TV show I ve seen 20 times helps me to block out noise without getting distracted. By knowing this information about myself I decided that outside in the sun with my ear buds in would be a perfect place to concentrate for me. I also learned through both my sources that keeping my brain healthy is important to take in information, so I ve been getting at least 8 hours of sleep, and waking ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. The 2016 Presidential Election Cycle To sum up the 2016 presidential election cycle in one word: anomalous. Unconventional candidates and unprecedented campaign strategies made for one of the zaniest election years to date. And yet, this election was not free from the traditional problems regarding voter turnout, which has historically had a tremendous impact on the results of elections; whichever demographics turn out or fail to on that fateful Tuesday will determine the winners and the losers. Logically, then, the federal government should want to give as many people as possible the chance to get to the polls. However, this is simply not the case. The American Election day falls on a work day, unlike that of many global democratic counterparts. As such, work obligations frequently prevent a large proportion of Americans from casting their ballots, thereby potentially skewing the election results, and acting as a form of voter suppression. Making election day a holiday would prove to be entirely too costly to the economy; instead, election day should simply fall on a weekend day. This would give more Americans the opportunity to exercise their democratic rights and therefore result in a more accurate reflection of the desires of the American people. The first Tuesday following the first Monday of November may seem like a rather arbitrary date to vote. However, Congress had good reason to declare this date as election day in 1845. In order to accommodate as many Americans as possible, most of whom lived in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Why Chewing Gum Is Bad It is well known that almost every high school in NZ are losing their minds over the battle with chewing gum. Who would have guessed that one, such tiny, irrelevant, tasteless piece of rubber can cause such controversy and create so many problems for the young consumers? Detentions, frequent meetings with your Dean, cleaning desks are some of the many punishments designed to help you cure and overcome your addiction to chewing gum. But is this really beneficial to us? It is not known by many but chewing gum is proven to bring along many benefits to the chewer. It does not only improve concentration levels but actually improves the impression others have on you but a simple piece of bubble gum could be recycled and contribute to the making of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One of the reasons why teachers and parents disagree to chewing gum is that it gives a negative image and symbolises delinquency, thus this has resulted in gum being banned in schools to ensure students look smart and give the school a good image, the truth is that chewing gum actually makes others have a better impression towards you. In a test held by Beldent they asked a total of 481 people to take a test in selecting which of the identical twins was more favourable in society, during the experiment one twin was chewing gum and the other did not candidates would be asked questions and pick the twin that would fit the description the most. The results of the test showed that 78% of the people voted for the twin that was chewing gum and more favoured to be exciting, nicer and a better person of society overall. The long believed idea of gum is only chewed by delinquents or that chewing gum is disgusting is a lie that we have been told all our lives by our parents, teachers and adults. They have been oblivious to the fact that someone is more likely to approach someone that chews gum than one who is dressed up in a tie, wearing his 80 s glasses and holding his binder folder. Teachers and adults must accept the idea that chewing gum is not an immoral act! Many adults only relate gum to the sticky sick slimy bloob under desks all ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Major Character Development In The Boy In The Burning House Through the character and actions of the characters in The Boy in the Burning House, Tim Wynne Jones shows that major character development is influenced by the minor characters. An individual s character is developed by how others interact with him/her. What others say to him/her, how others act around him/her, and how he/she reacts to what they say and do to him/her. Tim Wynne Jones is the author of the novel THE BOY IN THE BURNING HOUSE. Major character development is advanced by minor characters. In the novel, Tim Wynne Jones centers around his protagonist, Jim Hawkins and how his character develops with help of others as he is trying to figure out why his father disappears. Hector Menzies, an old friend of the Hawkins, helps Jim out by giving information on Hub, his father s past. Jim also receives help from his bus driver to solve an internal conflict. Jim receives the final piece in finding himself, by one of his neighbors. It is with the aid of others that Jim is able to find himself and it begins with Hector Menzies. Hector Menzies helps Jim s character to develop because of the information Jim receives from him. Hector gives jim hope in the form of information. Jim learns about the fire in 1972, he also learns that Father Fisher is found near the spot where Hub is before he disappears. He had not told Ruth Rose he was going to the Expositor. He wasn t sure he would help her...[He had] Some kind of burning need to know (72). Showing desire is showing character. The burning need to know, Jim has it. Hector helped him satisfy his lust for knowledge about his father s past. Hector giving the newspapers allowed Jim to move on with his thoughts on Hub and Father. Jim s desire for knowledge shows, his thought process. At the start of the novel, Jim is depressed, hopeless. He now has a goal because of the information. Hector gives Jim a reason. But he wasn t lost for the first time in a year he felt he saw the faintest trace of a trail opening up for him (73). Feeling is what makes humans, human. Characters, character. Jim is feeling hope, as the author refers to it as a Trail opening . Jim at the beginning of the novel depressed, hopeless because of his father s disappearance. He now has hope, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Role Of The United States On The Age Of Globalization INTRODUCTION This paper will examine the role of the United States in textile and apparel production in the age of globalization and will provide an overview of trade agreements enacted in the textile and apparel industry. A discussion of the different trade agreements and how the U.S. textile and apparel industry has been affected by those agreements will be given along with ideas about what the United States can do to continue to operate in the domestic market of textiles and apparel. HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES TEXTILE AND APPAREL INDUSTRY The American textile industry has been around for as long as the country has been in existence. In the beginning, most textile and apparel items were created by artisans, who worked mainly in their homes. In the 18th century, the country was hit with the industrial revolution which brought many changes to the textile industry. The local artisans were replaced by textile industries and manufactures. With the invention of the spinning jenny, spinning frame, water frame and power loom, the textile industry was revolutionized. Later, with the use of electrical power, these inventions were made more efficient. Fabric production was mechanized with machines powered by waterwheels and steam engines. Production was shifting from the small cottage based production into a mass production in various factories. (Kunz) Sewing machines were emerging in the 19th century which further streamlined clothing production. During the post ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Recycling Of Recycling Introduction In today s world recycling has become a major benefactor to preserving the environment and the world. One product, among many, being recycled has shown a huge increase in energy savings and costs, and that is aluminum. Using aluminum can pieces with KOH (potassium hydroxide) and other reactants will eventually lead to the production of alum. Materials and Methods Starting the experiment, 1.0184 g of aluminum pieces were weighed out on an analytical balance. The aluminum was then placed in a 250 mL beaker containing 50.1 mL of 1.4M potassium hydroxide. The solution was then heated on a hot plate set at 80ºC for approximately 35 minutes with a spin of 240 RPM. At the end of the 35 minutes, the solution has become black in color and many of the pieces have broken down. The beaker was rinsed with 10 mL of distilled water after the mixture was poured through the Büchner funnel of the aspirator. The filtrate was put into a clean 250 mL beaker to be added with 20.5 mL of 6.0M sulfuric acid, stirred slowly when added. The reaction was then put into a 1L beaker ¾ full of ice and water to kick start the reaction into making the alum crystals. The stirring rod was used to help activate the crystals. Once the making of the crystals had finished, it was poured into the filtration apparatus to separate the crystals from the solution. While the crystals were drying, the watch glass was weighed at 57.1161 g on the analytical balance. After the crystals where dry, they were ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Dr. Caligare People often take for granted the importance of the first impression, the few pivotal seconds where the eye decides what someone is like before they ve spoken a single word. In The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, Weine uses costume design and German expressionist makeup to visually assign roles of sanity and insanity to the characters that are immediately identifiable. In doing so, Weine insinuates the people are all too willing to accept these visual cues without question, when in reality the line between the sane and insane may not be so clear cut. In order to achieve this effect, Weine first establishes a sense of normalcy by appealing to society s picture of the common man. At the beginning of the film, the audience is not privy to any madness, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However, a closer look at the characters appearance following the big twist challenges this simplicity. The first clue that something is off is the nature of the people that inhabit the asylum, especially Cesare. A close up on Cesare reveals that his appearance has been skewed by Francis madness. His messy hair has been combed into place, reminiscent of Alan s normal locks. Most notable, the dark circles under his eyes have disappeared, implying that Cesare is not, and was never, a somnambulist. Thus, the truth behind Francis story begins to crumble. The discovery of Francis insanity is realized by his courtyard companion, whose visible shock and horror is paralleled in the audience. In this moment, it is revealed that everything has been told from the perspective of a madman, destroying the credibility of the entire story. The ambiguity increases as Queen Jane receives another close up: her makeup looks the same softened, even. Jane s appearance barely changed, and the fact that her makeup was even darker in the flashback where she was normal blurs the line between Francis delusions and reality. Afterwards, Caligari comes down in a way similar to the beginning, emerging out of the shadows. However, the makeup, hair, and costuming has gone, revealing a completely normal looking person. Such a drastic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Unit 8 Mt435 Written Assignment Rosiland Hester MT435 Unit eight Kaplan University January 31, 2013 Introduction Albatross Anchors is a small family owned business that began in 1976. The company has grown exponentially over the years with more than one hundred and thirty employees. As the company grew, their operational issues in the production and administrative area grew as well. The organization has been faced with a lack of updated technology, out dated equipment, an inefficient layout which violates the U.S. safety and environmental standards, and a disorganized administration office. Therefore, production is not running smoothly, especially since in 1989 the company s owner decided to expand the product line to include fabricated sang hook anchors along ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 3. Employees and visitors could befall hard due to the lack of being up to US safety standards and codes. 4. The company has an obligation to provide a safe work environment for their employees. They need to redesign the facilities and follow US safety codes and standards to provide a safe place to work. Providing their employees a safer place to work will improve morale and boost production. (b) Cost of Finished Goods Sitting Idle in the Warehouse: They are able to ship out finished products effectively. Implication two: Ergonomics. 1. Ergonomics is the science of fitting workplace conditions and job demands to the capabilities of the working population (Ergonomics). 2. Ergonomics has not been used because the company is still using old and outdated equipment and not up to code. 3. The company needs to invest in ergonomically correct and up to date equipment that will minimize the possibility of employees getting hurt. Ergonomically correct equipment is more comfortable to operate and will cause the employees less fatigue and this will result in more pride in their work increasing production in the end. Implication three: Cross training 1. Cross training will allow more employees to be able to do the same job and reduce the amount of boredom and accidents. 2. Cross training increases team confidence and creates a team building environment (Reasons). 3. Cross Training will allow employees more freedom to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Roman Empire Problems Rome was one of the greatest empires in the world. Rome was massive and they had powerful armies, but Rome had to deal with many diseases. Additionally, the citizens hated their kings, because they were unfit and greedy. Rome also had economical problems inside their borders and were threatened from the outside. Rome was a great empire, yet simultaneously Rome had four major problems that led to its destruction. One of the most common issues that led to the fall of the western Roman empire was the emperors who ruled that part of the ancient world. Many of them were greedy and unfit for the position to the degree that they neglected their own country s needs.The reason was that they initially had inherited the throne and did not rise to power ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Roman empire was gigantic, so it was difficult to protect. The Romans used unprotected walls and natural borders like rivers that were impossible to control or to protect. Roman legions were not enough to protect the frontier boundaries and most of the legions were composed of mercenaries, whose allegiance was only to the side that paid more. All these reasons contributed to the success of the Germanic tribes invasion of Rome. The Romans used the Rhine and Danube Rivers as natural borders with those tribes. The fact that made the Germanic invasion possible is that those rivers were frozen when the invasion took place. At the time the legions were distracted with salaries and throne control so they lost focus on their main job, protecting the empire. The Germanic tribes didn t only invade Rome, but also destroyed the aqueducts, which caused a lack of fresh water and a lot of suffering to the people of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. Data Collection Methods JOMO KENYATTA UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY. INOORERO UNIVERSITY RESEARCH METHODOLOGY : ROTICH BENARD KIPKEMOI BOC 008 0312/2007 DATA COLLECTION METHODS Methods of data collection. The term data means groups of information that represent the qualitative or quantitative attributes of a variable or set of variables. Data are typically the results of measurements and can be the basis of graphs, images, or observations of a set of variables. Data are often viewed as the lowest level of abstraction from which information and knowledge are derived. Data can be classified into primary and secondary data. In order to carry out research on a particular subject a researcher needs to collect data fro carrying out a research. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In contrived observation, the respondents behaviour is observed in an artificial environment, for example, a food tasting session. Personal In personal observation, a researcher observes actual behaviour as it occurs. The observer may or may not normally attempt to control or manipulate the phenomenon being observed. The observer merely records what takes place. Mechanical Mechanical devices (video, closed circuit television) record what is being observed. These devices may or may not require the respondent s direct participation. They are used for continuously recording on going behaviour. Non participant The observer does not normally question or communicate with the people being observed. He or she does not participate. Participant In participant observation, the researcher becomes, or is, part of the group that is being investigated. Participant observation has its roots in ethnographic studies (study of man and races) where researchers would live in tribal villages, attempting to understand the customs and practices of that
  • 50. culture. It has a very extensive literature, particularly in sociology (development, nature and laws of human society) and anthropology (physiological and psychological study of man). Organizations can be viewed as tribes with their own customs and practices. Advantages 1)Helps capture the behavior of customers directly. Disadvantages; 1)Time consuming and costly exercise. 2) Personal biasness of investigators will distort the findings. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...