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Islamofascists Hate Teddy Bears
Radical Islamofascists Murder Innocent Teddy Bears Many on the left care more about trees and
animals than human beings. Ironically, the 9/11 terrorists murdered trees and bunny rabbits. It seems
the terrorists have crossed a line so heinous that even leftist ostriches will have to remove their heads
from...well, let s call it sand. Algerian hackers committed a chilling story of animal barbarism.
Geographically mixed up Algerian hackers made themselves look rather silly by defacing the website
of an English stately home instead of Belvoir Fortress in Israel, their intended target. Belvoir Castle, a
Royalist stronghold during the English Civil War, by contrast, is best known these days as the host of
an annual teddy bears picnic. 64 This ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
If he rooted for the Black Sox he would be accused of kowtowing to Reverend Wright. Rooting for the
Red Sox would bring up more communism charges. Rumor has it Van Jones went a Reds game.)
(Some Colts slaughtered the Bears in the Super Bowl, but George W. Bush was in charge at that time.
Maybe everything is his fault after all.) Terrorists are murdering teddy bears while our president does
nothing. Mr. Obama never prevented this attack on bears because of partisan politics. Former
Republican House Speaker Dennis Hastert was from Chicago and resembled a teddy bear. Republican
Teddy Roosevelt was the original Teddy Bear President. If these were liberal animals, Mr. Obama
would save them (provided it helped his poll numbers). Additionally, Barack Obama hates Wall Street
because he cannot snap his fingers and make stocks rise. Who fights him? The bears. Not since self
loathing Stephen Colbert (ironically pronounced Col Bear, yet he hates bears) attacked these adorable
critters on his show has such a sweet adorable group of animals been so threatened while the world
watched as helplessly as a United Nations Bear
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Temper Vs Birth Order Essay
I was the second/last child born in my family. I feel that birth order has had a true effect on my
behavior and my personality. It s very easy to compare me with my brother. My brother is the oldest.
He strives to achieve his goal and , as of right now, he s doing a pretty well job with striving.
Comparing him with me, I am more of a social person. I like to hangout with my friends and be social.
I am also more humorous than many people may think. He is more of a serious person. Also, he
sometimes worries about me, only because he wants me to make sure I achieve my goals just as he is
trying to achieve his. Achieving goals isn t just something my brother does just because he is first
born. An Iranian culture is very goal oriented. My dad always told me that if I want to pursue a career
as a lawyer or a doctor, I must do what I can to get to that goal. Since then, I have been interning at the
Milton City Court and Milton Police Department to help me get to my goal to be a lawyer. Nature vs.
Nurture has played a huge part in my life. My temper has definitely been brought upon from my dad,
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Ever since I gained the mentality of how a cell phone works, I am incapable of leaving the device
anywhere. It has to be on me 24/7. I feel that if I never had this device, I would ve hung out with my
friends a lot more than usual and I would ve communicated with my family a lot more than usual as
well. Also, knowing what is going on in the area around me has helped to either take caution or to
help. For example, I knew about the clown case because I read about it online on my phone, so I knew
to be careful when walking the streets. I knew about the Black Lives Matter protest in Atlanta and read
about what was going on and that situation called for help. The media just helps keep me up to date
with what is going on in the society I am currently living
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Becoming Madame Mao By Anchee Min
Becoming Madame Mao, written by Anchee Min, is the account of Mao Zedong s wife, and her rise to
political power of the Chinese Communist Party along with her husband. Madame Mao, throughout
her life, works hard to earn her status in society and, along with making a name for herself, gaining
rights and respect for all women. Through a series of transition, Madame Mao is referred to with three
different name, Yunhe, Lan Ping, and Jiang Ching, which correspond to her growing defiance of
gender roles in Chinese society. Madame Mao earns her first name, Yunhe, when she enrolls in a local
elementary school. The name Yunhe, which means Crane in the Clouds is given to her by her
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This name is given to her by her husband, Mao Zedong. She says, Jiang Ching summarizes a
traditional saying: Green comes out of blue but is richer than blue (158). This name is an allusion to
what will happen later in her life. As Mao and Jiang Ching grow older together, their relationship
deteriorates. The love Mao once had for Jiang Ching is replaced by the love for his affairs with new
virgins every night. Instead of love, what Jiang Ching now is in search for from her marriage with
Mao is power. As Kang Sheng says, Her role is to play Mao s most trusted comrade It is the only way
to empower [her]self (210). Jiang Ching was, at one point, jealous of Premier Zhou En lai s wife,
Deng Yin chao and Wang Guang mei, wife of Vice Chairman Liu, for they were beautiful, wise and
adored by their husbands. As time passes, however, Jiang Ching gives up the typical role of a Chinese
woman in exchange for hopes of becoming a major player in the Chinese Communist Party. It is soon
after that Jiang Ching becomes the command of the ideology side of Mao s
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ECT In The Film One Flew Over The Cuckoo s N
Prior to this assignment, my feelings from electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) solely came from images
in the media. Two instances that stand out to me is the portrayal of ECT in an episode of American
Horror Story: Asylum and from the movie One Flew Over the Cuckoo s Nest. Although I realize
media is not an accurate representation of reality, these scenes stood out to me due to the intense,
emotional display of ECT s effects through the patient s eyes. Despite the unrealistic depiction of
ECT, one accurate aspect of the scenes is that ECT was commonly used during the 1960s 1970s to
improve mental disturbances and a variety of psychological disorders. I think the reason these scenes
stood out to me was that ECT was implemented without the patient s informed consent or agreement
upon the treatment regimen, utilized as a way to subdue patients into compliance. Contrary to modern
use of ECT, this type of therapy was used as a form of punishment, implemented ... Show more
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I learned that often times, ECT is used along with a general anesthesia and a brief electrical current
initiated to trigger a brief seizure. Likewise, I realized that ECT is the preferred treatment when other
options are not as well tolerated. After becoming more familiar with the procedure, it seems as though
ECT may be a more desirable option than pharmacological interventions as drug interventions may
require more time to become effective. Sometimes when a patient s signs and symptoms are
overwhelming, interfering with their daily life, time is of the essence and ECT provides a quicker
relief for individuals with immediate risk. After several years and improvement technology, ECT has
become much safer in the past, presenting minimal possible risks memory loss, confusion, headache
or muscle ache to the
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Ethnic Stereotypes In The Pawnbroker
After the Holocaust and World War II, many filmmakers and directors neglected to create politically
charged media in order to avoid criticism. Only decades after the events of the Holocaust did
Hollywood start to engage itself with the topic, but these works struggled to succeed as they faced
harsh comments from Jewish and secular critics alike. These films, produced with truly the most
sensitive and educational intentions, ended up perpetuating ethnic stereotypes for the same reasons.
There was a gap between Hollywood s preconceived notions about their productions in regard to
themes and the aspects that critics actually picked up on. Through my narrative discovery, background
on the time period, summary and analysis of the film, and contemporary responses to the film I will
explain how these stereotypes came about in film at the time and how people responded to them while
also touching on the impact of the Holocaust on survivors. The Pawnbroker is a perfect example of a
film that deals with both the lasting effect of Holocaust and the stereotyping of a multitude of
characters (Dir Lumet 1964). Different audiences and critics focus on these two pieces, characterizing
the film in accordance with its timestamp.
Once assigned this paper, I started looking into the specific traits and themes that characterized Jewish
film from each decade. Jewish Experience on Film An American Overview, by Joel Rosenberg,
analyzes Jewish film from the twentieth century and discusses films that
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Sklovsky Art As Device Essay
Viktor Shklovsky: Art as Technique or Art as Device Viktor Borisovich Shklovsky (1893 1984) was
one of the founders of the intellectual movement OPOJAZ (Obščestvo izučenija Poètičeskogo
Jazyka), translated as Society for the Study of Poetic Language . Furthermore, Shklovsky was a
formalist and closely tied to Russian Formalism; Shklovsky, Boris Eichenbaum, [Vladimir Propp],
Yary Tynyanov, and other Formalists sought to put literary theory on a par with the natural sciences
(Davis 51). For one thing, these gentlemen sought to understand art by breaking it down into parts and
identifying the different devices in play, collections of devices that interact in a textual field (Davis
51). It was in 1917 that Shklovsky, at an astonishing ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
About the poem as a whole, as well as the different words and possible associations with these words.
As Daniel Gunn stated it was Shklovsky who felt that: Familiarity is our enemy, [...], and the idea of
defamiliarization reminds us of the way art requires an intensity of perception forces us to look again,
to see, almost for the first time (28). To thoroughly illustrate his idea of defamiliarization Shklovsky
uses an example of his favourite author Leo Tolstoy, his story Kholstomer is narrated by a horse, of
which Teodor Mladenov says; Human relations are seen through the eyes of a horse, which
defamiliarizes the institution of private property, illuminating its conventional and contingent
character (545). Shklovsky s example highlights the significance of defamiliarization, and German
philosopher Martin Heidegger even claims that: One needs to experience the world as uncanny
(unheimlich, which also means unhomely ) in order to be freed from the internalized and automatized
clichés of the publicly accepted norms of conduct (Mladenov 545). It is quite apparent that Shklovsky
admired Leo Tolstoy and his ability to use his method of seeing things out of their normal context
allowing the
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Farmers Market Research Paper
After standing in line for forty minutes at a supermarket, Americans finally get to pay for the food and
leave. Unfortunately, the food is anything but fresh or healthy and has traveled very far to get to the
final destination. Farmers Markets (FMs) are an old tradition that has barely survived this long due to
the rise of the industrial farms and supermarkets. They provide the easiest way to get very fresh and
healthy food, but prices can be very high at times. Even though food from a Farmers Market is more
expensive, it provides an easy way to get fresh and healthy produce while helping the farmer and the
community it represents. Farmers Markets should be promoted because they provide fresh and healthy
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According to Time, The latest research finds that the amounts of farmers market vouchers don t
contribute to a meaningful increase in fruit and vegetable intake, and that prices for produce were
lower at grocery stores than at the markets. this shows that it is significantly cheaper to purchase your
produce at a grocery store rather than a FM. Also, these markets are only open for a few months a year
due to winter, so they can be unreliable at times. According to FMC, Some markets are only open in
the spring, summer, and early autumn. Since they are only open a few months a year and can
unreliable at times. Although farmers markets are expensive and unreliable at times, they are still a
better alternative to supermarkets and grocery stores. According to Joel Salatin on page 185 of The
Omnivore s Dilemma, Whenever I hear people say clean food is expensive, I tell them it s actually the
cheapest food you can buy. Joel Salatin believes that in the long run, it will cost you less because the
food is healthier and will save you money in doctor visits. Although FMs may be expensive and
unreliable at times, it is a good price to pay for the food you are getting and will save you money in
some
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Relationship Between T Cell Regulation And Type I Diabetes
Abstract The purpose of this study is to explore the relationships and mechanisms between T cell
regulation and type I diabetes by using NOD mice model. NOD mice can spontaneously develop a
form of autoimmune diabetes which is similar to human Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus. T cells
can destroy beta cells of the pancreatic islets which can produce insulin. Thus, by analyzing the
development of NOD mice autoimmune diabetes to determine potential treatment for type I diabetes.
Introduction
Diabetes mellitus is a group of metabolic diseases. There are different kinds of diabetes mellitus, but
an abnormal blood sugar level over an extended time always can be detected from patients who have
this disease. Type one diabetes mellitus also known as insulin dependent diabetes, patients with this
type of diabetes have pancreatic beta cells destruction causing absolute lack of insulin with a tendency
to ketoacidosis. It can occur at any age, but more commonly occurs in young people. Patients with
acute onset of metabolic disorders symptoms need insulin injections to survive. This type of diabetes
including immune mediated and idiopathic two subtypes. Immune mediated diabetes often has one or
more autoantibodies present, for example, islet cell antibodies (ICA), insulin autoantibodies (IAA) and
glutamic acid decarboxylase 65 (GAD65) antibodies.
Previous studies have shown that killer T cells that protects us from bacterial damage plays a major
role in the
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Analysis Of In The Next Room Or The Vibrator Play
The Ohio University Theater Division s production of In the Next Room, or the Vibrator Play
explored the use of vibration therapy in the early 20th century as a way to cure hysteria. The
playwright Sarah Ruhl beautifully uses the intertwining lives lives of a doctor his patients and his wife
to examine female sexuality, male incompetence, science, marriage, and love. Most of the plot has to
do with female and male patients being treated for hysteria and what outcome the vibrator has on the
lives of the characters in medical and domestic ways. This play really highlights the personal
discovery of sexuality and of women beginning to achieve marital sex that isn t only for their husband
s pleasure. This production of the vibrator play used the contrast of a parlor and a doctor s laboratory
on a rotating set to help the audience understand the constant blend of science and society in a
historical setting.
The rotating set was a unique challenge for this production and while it was a bit distracting at times it
did add a lot to the quality of the production as a whole. There are many instances where the focus
should be on one of the rooms and not the other and to help achieve this very specific blocking is
implemented. For example, there is a scene in the first act where Mrs. Givings sits in the parlor and
hears Mrs. Daldry s moans for the first time as she is being treated in the laboratory. The focus of the
scene is on Mrs. Givings s reaction to the moaning and the flickering
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Similarities Between China And America
The United States of America and China have a rough relationship, but it is clear to anyone that they
are the two biggest superpowers in the world. These two countries have the highest GDP (gross
domestic product) out of any other country, and they are both very influential over other countries,
making them the two largest powers in the world. Being two major powerhouses, the two countries
have many similarities, and after taking a closer look at the geography, people, and history of the two
countries, it becomes evident that there are many differences as well. The geography of the United
States varies in many ways. Being the third largest country in the world, at 3,717,727 square miles, the
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China has a population more than four times the size of the U.S., and is the most populated country in
the world with a staggering 1,403,500,365 people. That is almost one seventh of the entire population
of the world. China has had to implement laws that make it so families get taxed more on every child
that they have after their first, to try and get their population down. The population may be much
higher than the U.S., however, the median house income is much lower at just over $10,000. About
half of the population works in manufacturing, and the other half works in the service industry. The
majority of people are some Chinese, although there are many ethnic groups that would all be
considered Chinese, the most common being Han. The next most common race is Mongol, followed
by Korean, Russian, and Uzbek. Unlike the United States, there are two official languages in China,
Mandarin Chinese and Standard Mandarin. Mandarin Chinese is mostly spoken in the north and
southwest parts of the country and Standard Mandarin is mainly spoken everywhere else. The two
most followed religions in China are Buddhism and Taoism. There is also a very large amount of
unaffiliated people in China. China is one of the last remaining communist countries, which plays a
big role as to the reason that China has a poor relationship with the United States. China also has a
legislative, executive, and judicial branch, however they have one
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Ethical and Legal Issues with DNA Profiling
Introduction Deoxyribonucleic acidity (DNA) fingerprint scanning service is really a fundamental
technique which is used all through the global communities every day. The procedure associated with
DNA fingerprint scanning service was initially produced by the geneticist, Alec Jefferys, in the
University of Leicester situated in England, in the year 1984 (as cited in Lampton, 1991). Both
primary kinds of DNA utilized in the actual profiling procedure consist of mitochondrial as well as
nuclear DNA (Adams, 2005). DNA fingerprint scanning service can be further utilized to resolve
paternity instances, to fit a claimed dad with his child. The procedure has also been essential within
the legal proper rights program, this provides precise proof in order to convict suspects or even release
them pertaining to the proof attained. An essential part associated with DNA fingerprint scanning
service within the department of healthcare and relative areas is actually the utilization in detecting
genetic as well as hereditary problems. Additionally, DNA fingerprint scanning service assists to not
only identify these problems but also provide appropriate remedies in a timely manner as well
(Adams, 2005). An additional essential utilization of DNA fingerprint scanning service is the fact that
it will also help reveal mysterious sufferers within devastating circumstances, like the Sept 11th strike
within the World Trade Centre (WTC). DNA profiling can be used each day within the realm of
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Why Is Super Size Me Effective
Super Size Me increases its effectiveness by using strategic clips, lack of knowledge, and solemnity to
play with the viewer s emotions and cause for a more drastic reaction by its viewers. Many times
throughout the film, obese children, men, and women alike are shown doing activities as drastic as
chanting the names of fast food restaurants to something as regular as walking. While the title screen
is rolling, Fat Bottomed Girls by Queen is played over multiple clips of overweight and obese people
standing in lines at various fast food restaurants. In this instance and others alike, the song and visuals
coordinate to mock the importance of America s obesity epidemic; like how the documentary played
carnival music during serious clips of
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Biblical Teaching On The Creation Of Man And The Image Of God
Introduction This paper will attempt to demonstrate the following assertions: 1) Mankind is created in
the Image of God, 2) Every human being is created with (and maintains throughout their life) the
dignity, value, and worth that comes from being an image bearer of the Creator God of the Universe,
and 3) God, as the Creator, has sovereign rule over all matters of life and death. These goals will be
accomplished by first examining the Biblical teaching on the creation of man and woman in the Image
of God. After examining some texts, establishing that mankind is created in God s Image, I will
discuss the implication of this assertion: namely, that every human life is sacred. Finally, I will look at
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Genesis 5:1 again tells us that man was made in the likeness of God, but it teaches us something else
as well. The same word for Hebrew word for likeness (demuth) is used to describe the birth of Seth, a
son in Adam s own likeness. So, not only were Adam and Eve made in the image of God, their
offspring were likewise made in the image of God. Our third passage shows us that this truth has
carried on throughout the generations. Genesis 9:6 tells: Whoever sheds the blood of man, by man
shall his blood be shed, for God made man in his own image. One of the most important aspects of
these last two passages is that they come after the Fall. There is no indication that the Image of God
has been removed from humanity as a result of their rebellion against God.
Human Dignity Knowing that mankind is created in the Image of God has implications for how we
should view all human beings. As we read in Genesis 9:6 (listed above), we see the God ordained
penalty for taking a human life. This strict punishment for the taking of human life is rooted in our
creation by God in His own image. The Sixth Commandment emphasizes and clarifies the warning in
Genesis 9:6, as God commands His people, You shall not murder (Exodus 20:13). The taking of
innocent human life is explicitly forbidden by God, because all human beings have intrinsic value by
virtue of our creation in God s Image. There is no corresponding
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Main Features Of Perfect Competition
Perfect competition is a type of market structre where there is highest level of competition. In perfect
competition the firms are offering homogeneous product. Every firm believe that it can sell any
amount of output it wishes at the prevailing market price. Because of homogenous product and large
number of firms, no individual firm is in a position to effect the price of the product and therefore the
demand curve for the firm under perfect competition is a horizontal straight line. 2.2 Meaning of
Perfect Competition In Perfect competition there are a large number of buyers and sellers. Each seller
is producing a very small level of industry s output, no individual buyer or seller can influence the
price of the product. The products produced under perfect competition are homogenous, and each firm
believes that it can sell any amount of output at the prevailing price. The economic agents have perfect
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Large Numbers of Sellers and Buyers: The industry or market includes a large number of firms (and
buyers) so that each individual firm, however large supplies only a small part of the total quantity
offered in the market. The buyers are also numerous so that no monopolistic power can affect the
working of the market. Under these conditions each firm alone cannot affect the price in the market by
changing its output. 2. Product Homogeneity: All the firms produces homogenous product. A buyer
cannot differentiate among the products produced by different firms, and hence pay a uniform price
for the goods produced by different firms. The assumptions of large number of sellers and of product
homogeneity imply that the individual firm in immaculate rivalry is a price taker, and therefore the
demand curve is considerably elastic, representing that the firm can offer any quantity of yield at the
prevailing market price (Figure
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Essay On The Atomic Bomb
Ethan Hasert English Comp. Per. 4 Atomic Bomb Oppenheimer once said: Now I am become Death,
the Destroyer of Worlds (recited from the Bhagavad Gita). That was the day of Trinity, the first test of
an atomic bomb s raw, awesome power. It was the beginning of a deadly technology that is ever
evolving to reach more dangerous heights: atomic and nuclear weapons. These weapons have only
been fired twice, and yet the entire world is on edge when a country threatens to use them. The Atomic
bomb was created out of fear and necessity; to be used for such a purpose; but it was still a weapon of
mass destruction. At first, the greatest fear of the Allied science community was the fact that the Nazis
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There was even a plan to use an atomic bomb on the Nazis, but their surrender prevented its use. The
Atomic and Nuclear bombs are weapons of mass destruction. Even before their use there was, a
petition among the scientists opposing the use of the bomb on moral grounds (p 5, Simkin). Since
there was no singling out a certain person in their use, both types of bombs will destroy everything
and anything in their way. It s why they can be so useful. The use of an atomic bomb is a message to
the rest of society, a statement of power and having the will to use it. Yet, it comes at the cost of
thousands of civilian lives. People thought of it afterwards as, a great atrocity: a mass killer of women,
children and the aged, a cynical Cold War gambit, the blinding dawn of a tense and troubled half
century known as the Atomic Age (p 2, Lifton and Putnam). The only way to combat this, is the threat
of mutual destruction. The Cold War is a perfect example of this. There the Soviet Union and the
United States threatened the use of nuclear weapons. If both sides had attacked each other, the world
would have been doomed to suffer a nuclear winter for hundreds of years killing millions if not
billions of people in the process. With the dissolvement of the Soviet Union in 1991, the Red Menace
was mostly gone. Though to say the threat of nuclear war was over would be false. Until recently,
North Korea
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The Employment Status Of An Employee
During the old days, employment status is rather straightforward. However, as days went by, with the
progress of society as well as technology, the nature of employment becomes more complex. Thus the
employment status becomes vague, and in the event of employment disputes, the employment status is
evaluated by the court of law based on the test of mutuality of obligation. The test of mutuality of
obligation used in relation to the establishment of the employment status is closely related to
employment rights. Many employment rights are highly dependent on the ability to establish the status
of an employee. However there is no useful statutory definition on employee . The closest definition
can be found in the Employment Right Acts 1996 (ERA 1996), section 230(1), but it is in a form of a
circular, and thus it is of little help. Therefore, it is left to the courts to define what is an employee.
Over the years, a number of tests have been developed to help the courts to make judgement. The
employment status test identifies that, the employer has an obligation to provide work for the
employee and there must be a reciprocate obligation by the employee. Failing these, a person is
unlikely be classed as an employee (Bebbington Palmer). However, the application of these tests is not
always easy or straightforward. The historical development on the tests for employee status showed
that it had evolved from one of control (Yewens v Noakes) to
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Prayer On The Life Of A Minister
There is no substitute for prayer in the life of a minister. It is something that has to be an intentional
part of every day, but this is not always an easy task. Even Jesus had to work to incorporate prayer
into his daily routine rising early and going away from the others to spend time with God (Mark 1:35
37). If a minister is not careful, finding time to pray can feel like a burden, yet, it is one of the most
precious privileges that was bought for mankind through the blood of Jesus Christ. Prayer for a
minister goes beyond the developing of a vibrant relationship with God. A Pastor is called to pray the
prayers of the people, he is to pray with the sick and poor and he is to teach his people the importance
of prayer and how to incorporate it into their daily lives.
A Foundation of Prayer
The Bible states that there will always be people in need, and it is our duty to reach out and help to the
best of our ability (Deuteronomy 15:11). Hebrews 13:2 is a reminder not to miss an opportunity to
show kindness to a stranger, it just might be an angel that is being cared for. Matthew 25:34 36 gives
further clarification on how to serve the needy; For I was hungry, and you gave Me something to eat; I
was thirsty, and you gave Me something to drink; I was a stranger, and you invited Me in; naked, and
you clothed Me; I was sick, and you visited Me; I was in prison, and you came to Me. (NASB)
Serving others is how God uses his people to help others experience his love.
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Forced Vital Capacity Case Study
Purpose and Prediction In this study I am observing the effects of gender on forced vital capacity
(FVC) and the relationship between torso length, height, and torso/height ratio on forced vital
capacity. To look at FVC I am interested in looking at the largest amount of air a person can forcefully
exhale and continue exhaling for 6 seconds after breathing in as deeply as a person can. If gender has
an effect on FVC then males will have a greater FVC than the FVC of females. If there is a correlation
between height and FVC, then as height increases so will FVC. If there is a correlation between torso
length and FVC then the longer a torso the greater the FVC will be. If there is a correlation between
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The * indicates p 0.05; a significant difference between the FVC of females and the FVC of males.
Figure 1. The effect of gender on the mean forced vital capacity in college aged students. The data
reported as the mean ± standard deviation with n = 127, 59 respectively. The asterisk signified the
male mean FVC is significantly different than the female mean FVC. Figure 2 illustrates the
relationship between FVC and height of college aged students. The correlation coefficient for FVC
and height is R2 = 0.3107; a perfect correlation is R2 = 1 and no correlation is R2 = 0. This shows that
there is a weak correlation, or association, between FVC and height. Figure 2. The relationship
between forced vital capacity and the height of college age students. Data is from 186 college
students, R2 = 0.3107. As shown in Figure 3, the relationship between FVC and torso length of
college aged students is illustrated. The correlation coefficient for FVC and torso length is R2 =
0.1282; a perfect correlation is R2 = 1 and no correlation is R2 = 0. This shows that there is a very
weak correlation between FVC and torso
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Myth Of Truth Analysis
Truth has always been a very vague and grey area for many people, it s something that cannot be
agreed on by every single person. Each person has their own set of past experiences that have built
upon their morals, values and ethics. This ties in with their overall idea of why they view truth and lies
in the way that do. Professor Hedrick is interesting in the way that she teaches literature through the
historical point of view, proving background information that enables students to build upon this
background knowledge and find the interpretation for that piece of literature. Much like our differing
viewpoints on the concepts behind truth and lies can be connected to differing interpretations over a
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Knapp, et all, Lying, 54 The idea of concept of lying, deception and truth as a grey area was
introduced and throughout the interview Professor Hedrick stuck to her stance of truth depending on
the person in question. Our journey through life has heavily influenced the ever changing stance over
truth. Knapp, et all, Lying, 57 Throughout the interview she spoke about her seeing changes in the
students, in their ideas, how they evolve in just a semester. Ethics to her is like a scale, it needs to be
constantly adjusted, adapted and balanced. Much like her students writing styles, she sees their
speech, their viewpoints over the world change drastically in just a semester, some students regress
and others thrive. Their interpretations open up and they come up to her with what they thought but
she is no stranger to the lies students tell. In her long career, she has had many outlandish lies told to
her, what students will do to get out of trouble or an extension on an exam or extra credit. The idea of
lying to an authority figure that could end in severe consequences is a lie that many students would
not think of before but when they enter the college scene, they change; some students would do
anything to get a little extra credit. It s part of her job to be vigilant for the possible lies students may
tell in an attempt to take advantage of her. This
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Fusion Constipation Research Paper
Introduction This is a review of Fusion Health Constipation tablets, which are presented by the
manufacturer as a vegetarian/vegan combination of Chinese herbs which have been used for thousands
of years to relieve the unpleasant symptoms of constipation and stimulate healthy bowel function.
Read on to discover more about this laxative to decide if this is a product that will work for you.
Ingredients Rheum officinale (Rhubarb root) 7.5mg Trichosanthes kirilowii seed (Chinese cucumber)
500mg Rehmannia glutinosa (Foxglove root, otherwise known as Digitalis) 500mg Citrus aurantium
(Bitter Orange root) 400mg Angelica polymorpha (Dong Quai fruit) 400mg Glycyrrhiza uralensis
(Licorice root) 250mg Dosage Recommended, adult dosage is one to two tablets, one to two times
daily, following meals and water. An additional dose may be ingested to accelerate a bowel movement
and as directed by your physician. It is not recommended for children younger than 12 years of age. ...
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If you are experiencing gastrointestinal upset or abdominal pain, vomiting or diarrhea do not use this
medication and contact your physician as these symptoms may be indicative of a serious problem.
Also, continued use may cause serious complications and bowel
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Benefits Of A Child s Nutrition
Fruits and vegetables have a very essential role in our diet. Studies have shown the importance of
sufficient fruit and vegetable consumption in stopping chronic diseases like cardiovascular diseases,
cancers, diabetes and obesity. According to 2000 report, 2.7 million deaths and 1.8% all diseases
worldwide could be attributed to inadequate F V intake (Najimi, 2013). Starting to eat well when
young is important. Research has proven that interventions at a young age can impact good behavior
such as good nutritional habits that get carried on into adulthood. Furthermore, ages 7 to 12 is when a
child should get nutrients for growing. Therefore, the significance of a child s nutrition becomes more
of a need than ever (Najimi, 2013). Examples of the benefits of kids eating healthy when young are
good mental activities, prevention of problems and complications like anaemia, obesity, digestive
disorders, and tooth decay and chronic and dangerous diseases in the long term (Najimi, 2013).
Complicated health problems are determined by health behaviour theories, since it can impact factors
on behaviour by giving context to be able to better grasp its components and their role. The social
cognitive theory is a theory that is applied for looking at psychological effects on behaviors as well as
changing behavior and it focuses on mutual interactions of persons, behavior and environment.
(Najimi, 2013). Consequently, the means of being able to get fruit and vegetables relies the type of
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Physical Fitness Program Essay
PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM CHANGES. NAVADMIN 178/15 announced changes to the
Physical Readiness Program (PRP). To assess an individual Sailors health and mission readiness,
Physical Fitness Assessments (PFAs) are being redesigned. The current PFA model enforces maximum
body fat percentages and minimum physical readiness scores, but falls short on evaluating a Sailors
overall health, does not adequately reflect the challenges unique to sea duty, and the increasingly
technical nature of sea duty positions. The PRP changes will create balance between physical
readiness and health. In the long term, the Navy will move away from PFA testing as a calculation of
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OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) DID YOU KNOW? A U.S. Government official on sensitive
travel to Iraq created a security risk for himself and others by tweeting his location and activities every
few hours. A family on vacation kept friends up to date via online profiles; their home was burglarized
while they were away. New computer and Trojan viruses that successfully target information on Social
Networking Sites (SNSs) are on the rise. Some foreign investors, including government and
commercial entities known to be involved with organized criminal activity, own large stakes in certain
SNSs. Information in SNS profiles has led to people losing job offers, getting fired, and being
arrested. SNSs have become a haven for identity thieves and con artists trying to use your information
against you. Several kidnapping, rape and murder cases were linked to SNSs where the victims first
connected with their attackers. Over 90,000 registered sex offenders were removed from one popular
SNS only because they used their real names. According to the Al Qaeda Handbook, terrorists search
online for data about Government personnel, officers, important personalities, and all matters related
to them (residence, work place, times of leaving and returning,
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Compare And Contrast Homeless People And The Homeless
Have you ever thought of how privileged many of us are? Or what life would be like if everything was
taken away from us? As of 2016, more than 169 people were homeless in Jackson, Michigan. This
number isn t going down. With Jackson s many homeless inhabitants, there are also over 338 children
in the foster care system just in our county alone. When comparing homeless people and foster care
children, they are very similar. Both of them do not have a permanent home and both have nothing to
hope for in the future. As many of you know, Jackson isn t the largest county in the world. Something
has to be done to help these people. We should not rest until everyone is safe and off the streets,
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Most of these kids cannot find a proper home to take care of them or even adopt them in the near
future. The only things that they bear are maybe one outfit and a few things that they carry around in a
tattered grocery bag. This isn t the child s fault. This isn t the parents fault. This is our fault for not
stepping up and taking action when we hear cries of help from these children. Since no one in Jackson
County is willing to bring these hurting kids into their homes and help take care of them, they are sent
off to boarding schools that are in the northern part of Michigan. Not only are they torn away from the
only things they know, but they are also taken away from where they grew up. These kids experience
great pain almost everyday of their life. Most of the children think it is their fault. They think that no
one wants me or I m not important. These kids feel like they lost the battle to the world that would do
anything to tear them apart. These kids feel like they lost hope that they once had and now somehow
perished in the wind. These kids feel like they can do it on their own and will never need anyone else s
help. Help is just the thing that these overwhelmed children need. They need a roof over their heads, a
meal every night on the dining room table, and a family that is always there for them in their darkest
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Abercrombie Fitch Co., also known as A F, was founded in...
Abercrombie Fitch Co., also known as A F, was founded in 1892 by David Abercrombie and Ezra
Fitch. Its headquarter is located in New Albany, Ohio. May be nobody knew that this apparel retailer
was from its beginning a kind of elite outfitter of expensive sporting and excursion goods. The
company, with more than two hundred subsidiaries around the world, sells casual apparel for men,
women, and kids.
The company retails different products such as casual sportswear apparel woven shirts, graphic T
shirts, shorts, sweaters, jeans and woven pants, outerwear, and accessories for its main target among
the A F, Abercrombie kids, and Hollister brands. Thanks to its advertising, its benevolence, and
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However, Alibaba is another option and might motivate many American customers to learn about the
Chinese company. For Abercrombie Fitch, this means a lot more competition online. Nevertheless, it
could be even harder to survive online than in shopping malls.
When it came to 2013 revenue, Abercrombie Fitch faced a 9% year over year drop, while Aeropostale
fell 12%. Abercrombie Fitch saw its net income fall 58%, while Aeropostale had a net loss difference
of $69,629,000 from the same quarter of both fiscal years 2012 to 2013. In 2014, retailers seem to
have unexpected deliveries within their products. This year, A F had good profit after several quarters
without doing so. Its shares have gained 25%, however, this huge gain did not come from improving
industry trends. Such increment happened after improving sales plus the announcement that it would
introduce lower price points to compete with low cost teen apparel retailers efficiently, such as H M,
Forever 21, and UNIQLO.
Even though it has experienced hard competition with other companies that sell low cost teen apparel,
Abercrombie has avoid industry changes on its price points as its pricing power can decrease and
thereby eliminate its dignity on the eyes of its customers. It s not a surprise because customers assign
more quality to expensive products. This has affected its unit volumes as well as excessive inventory
ranks with
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Conditions And Conditions Of A Contract
Express and Implied Conditions / Warranties: Conditions and warranties may be express or implied.
The one which is explicitly given in the agreement expresses the Conditions and Warranties. Similarly
those which are suggested by law and custom if the agreement is passed then it is Inferred Conditions
and guarantees where It can win an agreement despite of what is expected ,the offer that unless the
gatherings consent Condition as to title: There are implied condition on the part of the seller unless the
circumstances of the contract shows a different perspective in every contract of sale that are as
follows: At the time of sale the seller has the right to sell the goods And in the case of an agreement to
sell the seller needs to wait till the time when the property is to pass as per the law Conditions and
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Relying on the description by the seller the buyer buying the goods without seeing the goods 2. Even
after seeing the goods the buyer don t relies on what he has seen but relies on what was stated to him
and the deviation of the goods from the description is not apparent. 3. The buyer can reject the goods
when the goods do not confirm to be the method of packing described by the
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Liver Catalase Lab Report
Effects of Temperature on Decomposition of H2O2 by Liver Catalase
Introduction A countless number of chemical reactions occur in the human body at any given time in
order to carry out cellular processes necessary for continued functioning. These reactions can
sometimes result in harmful byproducts such as hydrogen peroxide or H2O2. Catalase is an enzyme
contained within organelles called peroxisomes that decompose the toxic H2O2 down into water and
oxygen gas. Enzymes are a type of protein that are catalysts of biochemical reactions, meaning that
they speed up the rate of reaction through various ways by lowering the amount of activation energy
required for each reaction. Each enzyme has an optimal temperature range at which it functions ...
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Catalase is found in nearly all aerobic organisms, and one molecule can break down millions of H2O2
molecules every second. It works by first reducing a H2O2 molecule bonded to its active site through
taking an oxygen away with its Fe3+ component, which releases a water molecule into the cytosol.
Then, the enzyme will bond with a second H2O2 molecule and oxidize it by giving it the oxygen from
the first H2O2 molecule, releasing O2 and another water molecule into the cytoplasm. This catalytic
cycle then repeats indefinitely.
The purpose of this study is to test how changing the temperature of the liver, which was the catalase
source, would affect the rate of reaction with H2O2. If temperature increases then there would be less
O2 released because proteins denature when temperatures are too high, losing their shape and ability
to carry out their intended function.
Materials and Methods
For a detailed list of required materials, refer to the enzyme lab handout section C. The independent
variable in this study was temperature. The dependent variable was rate of reaction, measured
qualitatively on a scale of one to five based on the number of bubbles observed as the reaction took
place. The amount of liver and H2O2, the ambient temperature, and the observation time allotted for
each reaction were control variables that were kept constant throughout.
First, three small pieces of liver were placed into separate test tubes and covered with a small
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A Career As A Law Enforcement Officer
Christopher Meloni once stated, You couldn t pay me enough to be a law enforcement officer. Their
job is a tough job. You have to solve people s problems, you have to baby sit people, you have to
always be doing this cat and mouse game with the bad guys. My respect for them is immense. In other
words, Christopher Meloni speaks about the immense amount of respect that he has towards the
individuals who have made a commitment to working in the field of law enforcement due to their
endless work load that they must do on a regular basis. At a fairly young age, I recall having the same
amount of respect for those individuals as well. It troubled my family that at such a young age I
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Reason being that this profession exercises and cultivates the idea of working with other individuals
on the team in order to complete a task and the underlying result ends with usually a positive outcome
whether it comes to an end the day of or in the following weeks. Working within the field of law
enforcement provides an atmosphere of in depth thinkers that gather and share information with one
another in order to conjure up the most effective method in order to solve a case. It seems as though
this field is constantly filled with a new adventure, no two days are ever the same, being able to go to
work and experience a unfamiliar thrill each and every day is an aspect that I believe I would cherish,
feeling the rush of adrenaline as you approach a criminal, or running after one who decides to make a
run for it would be such an ecstatic sensation. Working in law enforcement never has a dull moment
for instance, today s schedule may be as effortless as directing traffic while, tomorrow takes a
different toll and the team is investigating a burglary and determining which tactic will be the most
beneficial to go about pinpointing the whereabouts of a criminal and altering your original thinking
scheme in order to get place yourself into the mind of a criminal to determine the events that occurred.
I realized that today s law enforcement workers are not viewed as highly as they once were, due to an
insignificant number of workers who take advantage of their power. Power and greed never go hand in
hand and for that reason the majority of law enforcement workers are looked down upon. I would
relish in pursuing this career because, I would like to be one of those that possesses their power for
justice, and being able to listen to the click click sound of handcuffs as my day comes to its closure
would be one of the
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Persoanl Journal
Authentic Christianity SAGU Personal Journal Form
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If I cant be thankful for 20 dollars then I wouldn t truly be grateful for 20,000 dollars.
During prayers, what did you hear from God? I hear that he is our peace and strong tower. All things
are possible through him and we cant take on the storm alone.
Name: Elijah Young
What do you think God would have you do concerning the Scripture passage you read? Help others
understand grace. I think a lot of people think grace is something you earn. It is a gift given regardless
of how good or bad of a person you are.
Scriptures Read: Proverbs 3:1 35
Date: March 25,2015
What insights did you gain from your reading? Grace is divine favor. Wisdom helps discern correction
from offense.
During prayer, what did you give God thanks for?
I thanked him for my family that is always there for me, and even the family that isn t there for me.
We tend to take family for granted sometimes.
During prayers, what did you ask God for? I asked him for more patience with family that has
wronged me and to help me truly forgive them.
During prayers, what did you hear from God? I heard that If I cant forgive then how do I expect to be
forgiven.
Name: Elijah Young
What do you think God would have you do concerning the Scripture passage you read? I think he
wants me to pray for wisdom, but when you ask for wisdom he gives you chances to use it which can
be difficult at times.
Scriptures Read:
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A Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor
First, the identification of a licensed chemical dependency counselor would suffice at the moment. A
licensed chemical dependency counselor are counselors that specialize in identifying and treating
addictive behaviors that are maladaptive, altered from cognitive imbalance, and from physiological
discrepancies, or frequent intoxication to achieve homeostasis or functionality to some extent. In other
words, licensed chemical dependency counselors establish and implement treatments to help people
cure their addictions from substances which they are chemically dependent on. Second, the nature of
chemical dependency is to be acknowledged. The nature of chemical dependency is not very well
understood by human population. Many people see addictions as diseases, immoral behaviors or sins,
as maladaptive behaviors, and some may view such substance dependence as out of control behaviors
as well. However, chemical or substance dependency is a mental issue. The mind tells the body that it
needs a certain substance to function, it is a craving that is difficult for the body to ignore, and the
body cannot function until such a need is met. The change in behaviors, mood and conscious
motivates the mind further to continue finding ways to meet this need. Therefore, there is not only an
addiction, but a chemical dependency issue as well. It is strong and difficult to defeat. It is strong
enough that it may cause some people to conduct criminal activities or infringe upon the rights and
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Sen s Sowing The Seeds Of Hunger
In the short clip, Sowing the Seeds of Hunger the devastating effects of hunger and HIV are
highlighted. Given the giving philosophies of Peter Singer, Paul Streeten, and Amartya Sen, each
author would address the focus of their support differently to provide solutions. Singer, takes a
utilitarian approach and would focus on saving the most number of lives immediately, primarily
disregarding the quality of the solution. Thus, he would aim towards increasing food and medicinal
distribution to ensure the highest quantity of lives are saved. Streeten looks to help individuals meet
their basic needs and would do so by increasing employment opportunities and providing stipends for
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Provided these justifications, if I were to join them as a donor, I would follow a model most closely
related to Streeten and donate for an intervention providing food aid and employment opportunities
because of its immediate focus that allows for further support in the future. Singer, focuses on the idea
of the obligation to help those in need in the moment rather than establishing long lasting systems of
aid. For Singer, all individuals are on equal grounds and he focuses on methods that will save the
largest amount of people. His argument relies on our intuitive belief that we ought to help others in
need (Singer, 15) and he establishes this as giving until one reaches a point where if he or she gives
anymore the harm will be as or more
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AIDS And Homophobia In Jonathan Demme s Film Philadelphia
In 1993 director Jonathan Demme s film Philadelphia was released into theaters. The film
Philadelphia follows the struggle of Andrew Beckett (Tom Hanks) a gay lawyer who is fired by his
law firm after finding out he had AIDS. The movie deals with Andrews struggle not only with his fight
to live but also the ignorance society held for the illness. The film tackled the issue of AIDS and
homophobia and helped to destigmatize a subject that some may felt uncomfortable discussing
(Philadelphia : Oscar Gives Way to Elegy). Jonathan Demme used his platform for creating a story
that would rise above the stigma that AIDS beard and brought the conversation to the general public.
Human Immunodeficiency virus infection (HIV) is a virus that attacks the
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Case Study On Refactoring
Survey of Software Refactoring Summary: The paper published by Tom Mens and Tom Tourwe
provides us an overview of existing research in software refactoring. The refactoring activities,
techniques, formalisms and the types of artifacts are taken into criteria. Since the software has been
evolving with time, the code has become more complex, hence the software development cost s major
part is given to software maintenance. Refactoring or restructuring is the problem which implies the
need of techniques that reduce software complexity by improving software quality. Refactoring is the
process of changing a software system in such a way that it does not alter the external behavior of the
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Here, automation, reliability, configurability, coverage and scalability or refactoring tools are
considered. Process Support: Software reengineering is important to restructure the old software,
which is essentially done by refactoring method. Evolution conflicts arise when parallel refactoring is
done. Same is the case with object oriented application frameworks, software families/ product line.
Critique: Firstly, refactoring cannot be applied for the codes written in non object oriented languages.
Secondly, refactoring cannot be done for the processes with less delivery time, this is because
refactoring requires considerable amount of time for testing. Thirdly, the refactoring process fails even
though it does not alter the behavior of the program. Next, the refactoring process depends on the
complexity of code and the errors and the design of the code. Refactoring won t be a good idea for
very complex codes. When the refactoring process is applied to a complex and high error code, the
rate of success is too low. The entire system is affected due to the loss of so much time and the cost
invested on the refactoring
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The Skin Of African Americans
Beneath the Surface
Have you ever wanted to walk in someone else s shoes for a day and see what life is like for people on
the other side of the planet? Would you be more thankful for the life you have and the skin you live
in? The environment, food, and habits are different for everyone depending on where they live in the
world. Americans have the ability to see the flexibility in these components, but other countries can
not afford to change these factors to benefit their skin. The skin is the largest organ of the body, the
Sudanese and American families must be able to promote a healthy lifestyle to maintain and enhance
their skin.
African Americans have learned to adapt to the different environments all around the world and how
the affects of their lifestyles change their bodies. African American skin adapts to climate differently
than those of white decent. For instance, African Americans have naturally oily skin, when they move
to weather with harsher temperature factors like the sun and weather patterns can cause them to have
skin problems. Cold weather causes their skin to crack and discolor because they are meant to have
oily skin and are able to adapt to warmer climates better than others (Aretha C Smith) (William
Robertson Boggs). The environment and healthy foods both contribute to healthy skin. It is
significantly easier for the Aboubakar family (Sudanese family) to adapt to the climate in their region
of the world because the weather is normally hot. This
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The Christian s Acts Of Faith
We ve all been there before, searching for something to watch on TV, 500 channels and nothing
catches our attention until we hear the yelling of the televangelist, YOU JUST GOTTA HAVE FAITH!
QUIT TRYING TO UNDERSTAND IT ALL! LET GO AND LET GOD! For some that may be the
solution they are searching for. They might be frustrated or let down by their own efforts of
understanding. But does faith begin with letting go (of reason and understanding) and letting God
(reveal Himself to us) ? Is there any compatibility between exercising Christian faith and exercising
reason? Does reason have a role or should it have a role in the Christian s acts of faith? This has been
a topic of discussion throughout history by many great thinkers. I am going to attempt to show that
reason has an active role in exercising the Christian faith; at least attempt to show that reason and faith
aren t mutually exclusive. I will briefly discuss (1) different views of the philosophical divide taken by
philosophizers over the ages (2) and biblical evidence of the use of reason (3) definition of biblical
faith.
The apparent conflict between faith and reason has brought much trouble to believers and non
believers alike through the centuries. Influences like Immanuel Kant in his Critique of Pure Reason
penned these words: I have therefore found it necessary to deny knowledge in order to make room for
faith (1965, B:XXX) and Soren Kierkegaard held that the absolute limit to which our reason
repeatedly is
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The Viola Research Paper
Over past millennia s, when music was first coming to be recognized, there were many different types
of instruments. Over many years leading up to today, types of instruments were created and perfected,
for the most part. The different instruments created over time were the woodwind instruments, brass
instruments, percussion instruments, keyboard instruments, and one of those was the percussion
instruments. The string instruments cover a multitude of instruments, there are orchestral types and
even some that are plucked. Violins, viola, cello, double bass, harps, guitars, lute, and even ukuleles
are just a few of the many other stringed instruments there are. The definition of a stringed instrument
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The double bass is set up behind the cello, and viola section, on the right side of the stage. Even
though the instrument is used in the string sections, it is not 100%, a member of the violin family, with
the violin, viola, and cello. The bow is shorter and thicker than the cello bow. It uses a horsehair bow,
and there are two types of bows for this instrument, the French bow, and the German bow. The French
bow is used overhand, the back of the hand facing the listener, and the German bow is used underarm,
the thumb facing upward. The French bow is similar to the cello, but shorter and thicker, and the
German bow is slimmer, with thinner horsehair. The double bass is the only modern bowed string
instrument that is tuned in fourths (like a viol), rather than fifths. The players are either standing or
sitting, on a long legged stool, in order to play the instrument. The double bass is similar with the
violin, viola, and cello in that it was created around the 15th 16th century, off of the outline of the viol.
The double bass is a hybrid in the viol family, it has violin specifications and some attributes that are
not related to the viol. This instrument is just one of the many instruments used in the string section of
an orchestra, in modern day life of
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Concrete Paper
CONCRETE ASSIGNMNET 1
Concrete Project Report
Introduction
We were requested to write a report for a client that are looking to build a new parking garage in the
Bloemfontein area. The client also requsted from us to not just advise him/her on what type of
concrete to be used, but also to give him/her a broad understanding of the different types of concrete.
Some of the aspects that will be discussed in this report are as follows:
1. Special concrete and its application
2. Admixtures
3. Types of extenders
This report will also contain our detailed recommendation in the form of foundation, floor slabs,
columns and beams. It is important to look at the soil conditions and weather conditions for example
temperature and other factors that could have an negative effect on the concrete. Before doing the
design and classifying the concrete to be used a site investigation should be done and testes required
should be carried out. The design has a massive impact on the concrete that would be used. For the
purpose of this report I would assume a site with good soil and no clayed partials were found.
Before we start we should get a better understanding of what concrete is its positives and negatives its
strengths and its weaknesses.
Strength of concrete is dependent on a number of factors; one of the most important factors is the
cement water ratio. The lower the ratio is, the higher the final strength of the concrete would be.
Typical values for this ratio
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Summary Of The Symposium
Lost Objectivity in the Symposium The Symposium was written by Plato to illustrate a discussion
between a group of friends. Additionally, the story presents numerous arguments that focus on the god
Love and its merits. To pass time while they drink, Eryximachus suggests that each of the guests orate
a eulogy of love. The guests proceed to participate in oration; however, their analysis of love may not
be as objective as it seems. Rather than focus on an impartial view of the god, many of them have
their own personal beliefs that they promote in each of their speeches. Several speeches heavily
deviate from a speech about love, and turn it into a speech that uses love to support and justify their
beliefs. Characters in the Symposium twist the meaning of love to fit their own principles, rather than
provide an objective assessment. Pausanias s speech utilizes love to justify his relationships with
younger boys. Pausanias s speech begins by outlining two distinct types of love: It follows, therefore,
that the same distinction of title Common and Celestial should be applied to the different Loves who
are the associates of one or the other Aphrodite (180e). There are two different gods of love; therefore,
Pausanias argues there should also be two specific types of love. Common Love is the love for the
body, while Celestial Love is the love for someone s intellect. This distinction is critical, as he
expounds upon who can experience Celestial love: [T]he Love who
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Macpherson Vs Buick Motor Company Case Summary
The issue of whether the Plaintiff has the right to pursue further legal suit is outlined in the case of
Macpherson vs. Buick Motor Company (1916), where the rule of law states, If he is negligent were
danger is foreseen, a liability will follow. (Macpherson vs. Buick 390) If a product is reasonably
expected to pose imminent danger if negligently made and the product is known to be used by those
other than the original purchaser, the manufacturer of such product, irrespective of contract, owes a
duty of care to the manufacturing of such product. The defendant, Mahler, foreseeing the product to be
inherently dangerous, thus posing an imminent threat to those in close proximity of the product,
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Buick, the defendant foresaw the danger that the product would cause, however the defendants Mahler
and Linares Systems, could not foresee the adolescent boys breaking the containers and using the
toxic materials for recreational purpose. Mahler, was acting within the regular standards of care. The
boys trespassed on the private property of Linares Systems, who had no affiliation with such toxins.
The boys, by physically breaking the seals and knowing that the caution, Keep Away, meant that the
material in the containers were a possible danger to them. If danger is to be expected, there is a duty of
vigilance whether danger is inherent or imminent. The boys disregarded vigilance and caution when
they directly disregarded the signs of warning. The defendants are not liable for the injury sustained
by the plaintiff. Caution signs serve a purpose to inform us of probable danger and when danger is
foreseen we must avoid such danger. If you ignore such signs of warning then you are negligent and
liable for the consequences of such actions. We cannot live in a society where signs of caution and
warning mean nothing. They serve to inform us and influence our actions to keep away from
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Leah Case Study Psychology
1). Four psychological components Leah faces are lower cognitive levels, language delays, the death
of her father, and struggles with organizing and interpreting information. Leah is a fourth grader, and
is scoring at a second grade level in her core education classes. Her language is poor, and when she is
around her peers she does not understand how to communicate so she makes animal noises. Leah s
father past away due to a violent attack. Even though, she did not witness the attack, but she did
witness her father getting transported by ambulance to the hospital and subsequently dying. Leah
suffers from being able to organize and interpret information skills, also known as perceptual skills.
Leah can barely sound out sight words and does not ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Some treatment activities Leah and I would do consist of chewing on gum giving her something to put
in her mouth so she is not oral seeking. Another activity we would do is use a lycra tunnel and have
her crawl like a dog through it giving her proprioceptive input. Leah and I also would think of fun
ways to write letter formations in such things as shaving cream, on the iPad, or just writing on a
marker board with different colored markers. 8). There are many different
recommendations/accommodations I could give Leah s classroom teacher. Such as; Sitting on a disco
sit for Leah to try and control her movement. Chewlry or providing bubble gum for a class period so
she can chew on something rather than putting random objects in her mouth. Providing Leah a fidget
or Velcro under her desk to play with rather than having her touching things she should not be.
Allowing Leah to keep a letter strip at her desk for a quick reference, reminding her which way letters
go. And, when teaching hard letter formations use chalk on construction paper. This provides
increased sensory input by slowing the writing process
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The Rise Of Donald Trump
With the rise of Donald Trump in the United States and of European far right wing parties (some with
fascist tendencies) we are seeing a new rise of conservatism in the western world in the last years.
Why has this happened so fast? Is a natural tendency that follows too liberal and progressive
governments? The western world is suffering an identity crisis, which has resulted in 2 antagonistic
groups that today face each other (a perfect example of this is the radicalization of the Democratic and
Republican party in the US).
We have those who want to completely broke from the classical western values and whish to reshape
the west favouring progress and relativism in one hand and in the other we have the people who
defend traditional western values in the form of Christianity and morality and want them to see them
implemented in the policies of their respective countries.
We can trace this radicalization according to Jim George to the liberalization of belief system in the
60s inside the Western countries especially the United States and outside these in the fight against
communism.
The appearance of these ideological trends generated a counter culture among traditionalist groups
that generated a boom in neoconservative thought. Both groups were an extremist minority within
their respective traditional ideological currents; the right and left.
However in recent years with the growing influx of refugees, the economic and security crisis coupled
with the loss of values in
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Casey Martin Case Summary
Facts:
Casey Martin is a talented golfer with many achievements throughout his golf career. He also has a
disability under the ADA, known as the Klippel Trenaunay Weber Syndrome, affecting the flow of
blood from this right leg back to his heart. The disease is progressive, causing severe pain, where if he
walked an 18 hole golf course, it would create a risk of hemorrhaging, developing blood clots, etc.
When Martin became a professional golfer, he qualified for the final round of the qualifying
competition. He made a request to use a golf cart during the professional tours, supporting his
reasoning with medical records; PGA Tour, Inc. refused because the competitive nature of the game
would be fundamentally altered if Martin were given an unfair advantage.
Martin filed a suit under Title III of the ADA, which requires that an entity operating public
accommodations to make reasonable modifications in its policies when...necessary to afford
such...accommodations ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Paul: The definition of place of exhibition or entertainment, [as a public accommodation, covered
participants] in some sport or activity [as well as] spectators or listeners. The court believes this
opinion applies with Title II of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to golfers and golf tournaments, where
PGA cannot discriminate against spectators or competitors on the basis of disability. o PGA s golf
tours and their qualifying rounds fit within the scope of Title III and within Martin s protection, being
that a golf course is considered a public accommodation, where PGA leases these golf courses. PGA
must not discriminate against any individual in the full and equal enjoyment of the goods... Title III,
therefore, prohibits PGA from denying Martin equal access to the golf courses.
2. Allowing Martin to use a cart, aside the walking rule, is not a modification that would change the
nature of the game. The purpose of the walking rule is not compromised by allowing Martin to use a
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The Death Penalty Is A Capital Punishment
What is the death penalty? The death penalty is a capital punishment that is punishable by death or
execution. This is usually given to people that have committed serious offences or capital crimes.
There are 31 states in the United States that are for the death penalty. Crimes that are punishable by
the death penalty, vary from state to state. Examples of such crimes are; first degree murder or
premeditated murder, murder with special circumstances, such as: intended, multiple, and murder
which involves another crime, rape with additional bodily harm, and the federal crime of treason. The
first known civilization to use some type of death penalty, were the Babylonian s. The Babylonians
developed a law called The Code of Hammurabi around the 1700 s BC, which consisted of twenty
five crimes, that were punishable by death. These crimes included adultery and helping slaves escape.
This code was to become the stepping stones of laws of many civilizations to come. In the Tenth
Century A.D., hanging became the usual method of execution in Britain. In the following next century,
William the Conqueror, king of England would not allow people to be executed for any crime, except
in times of war. This did not last, for in the Sixteenth Century, under the reign of Henry VIII, as many
as 72,000 people are estimated to have been executed, by boiling, burning at the stake, hanging, and
beheading. Capital punishment has had a long history in the United States. Before
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How Racism Caused By Colonization, Age, And Gender Have A...
In 1958 Martin Luther King Jr. was quoted saying Hate begets hate; violence begets violence .
Unfortunately for some, the violence and hate they receive begets violence and hate deep into
themselves. For the Inuit people of northern Canada, racism presented through colonial violence and
acculturation has caused a crippling affliction. The effect of this violence has manifested itself into
various other forms of viciousness; domestic violence, substance abuse, neglect and self harm are only
a few. The perpetuation of this malicious cycle has created an exponential rise in violence against
oneself. Additionally, the process of growing up and creating an identity is extremely difficult.
Whereas, developing into an adult when faced with violence is exceptionally harder. Many young
Inuit males succumb to this hardship. In comparison to the general population, adolescent Inuit males
have a disproportionately high suicide rate. Through an intersectional analysis, I will examine the how
racism caused by colonization, age, and gender have caused one of the highest suicide rates in the
world.
The act of committing suicide in Inuit communities has changed drastically. Previously, an ill or elder
person would take their lives. This would be considered dying with ancient dignity as a response to
the burden they may put on their families (Kral, 2013). There were very few recorded suicides
amongst Inuit youth before the 1980 s (Working Group, 2009). The figures began to rise in the
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Analysis Of The Book The Overthrow Regime Change On The...
1. What is Kinzer s thesis (what is he arguing in this book)?
Kinzer s thesis in the book the Overthrow is regime change in the United States. The author explains
how regime change has been happening over one hundred years and how it is nothing new for the
United States. He well explains and gives great example of how the United States is willing to do
anything to other governments in order for them to accomplish their goals. Kinzer states that the US
has overthrown fourteen different foreign governments around the world such as Hawaii, Chile, Iraq,
South Vietnam, and others. The government overthrows these countries without misgiving the
outcomes they will cause to them. In most cases, however, it acted mainly for economic reasons ...
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Another example is the overthrow of Nicaragua. The United States overthrow Nicaragua with the
excuse that they wanted security for the US. When in reality it was because they were supporting
companies from the United States that wanted to work in Nicaragua. In my opinion, the United States
was an egoist in most of their overthrows because they only cared of their own benefits.
3. Geographically, where does each chapter focus (ie. Hawaii, Afghanistan, etc.)? Do any of the
locations surprise you?
Chapter one focuses on: Hawaii
Chapter two focuses on: Cuba, Philippines, Puerto Rico president McKinley
Chapter three focuses on: Nicaragua
Chapter four focuses on: Virginia, Honduras
Chapter six focuses on: Guatemala
Chapter seven focuses on: South Vietnam
Chapter eight focuses on: Chile
Chapter nine focuses on: Iran
Chapter ten focuses on: Grenada
Chapter eleven focuses on: Panama
Chapter twelve focuses on: Afghanistan
Chapter thirteen focuses on: Iraq
Chapter fourteen focuses on: Iraq
In reality, most of these locations surprise me because I would have never imagined that the US
overthrew many countries. I was never well informed of all the overthrows the US has done especially
in the way they did it. In most of the history classes, I have taken they usually try to make the US look
good and never like the bad country. For that reason, is why I really enjoyed and appreciated this
book.
4. Who are the main historical actors in each chapter (i.e. who are the
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American Sociological Association Format - By Ut

  • 1. American Sociological Association Format - By Ut 1. Step To get started, you must first create an account on site HelpWriting.net. The registration process is quick and simple, taking just a few moments. During this process, you will need to provide a password and a valid email address. 2. Step In order to create a "Write My Paper For Me" request, simply complete the 10-minute order form. Provide the necessary instructions, preferred sources, and deadline. If you want the writer to imitate your writing style, attach a sample of your previous work. 3. Step When seeking assignment writing help from HelpWriting.net, our platform utilizes a bidding system. Review bids from our writers for your request, choose one of them based on qualifications, order history, and feedback, then place a deposit to start the assignment writing. 4. Step After receiving your paper, take a few moments to ensure it meets your expectations. If you're pleased with the result, authorize payment for the writer. Don't forget that we provide free revisions for our writing services. 5. Step When you opt to write an assignment online with us, you can request multiple revisions to ensure your satisfaction. We stand by our promise to provide original, high-quality content - if plagiarized, we offer a full refund. Choose us confidently, knowing that your needs will be fully met. American Sociological Association Format - By Ut American Sociological Association Format - By Ut
  • 2. Islamofascists Hate Teddy Bears Radical Islamofascists Murder Innocent Teddy Bears Many on the left care more about trees and animals than human beings. Ironically, the 9/11 terrorists murdered trees and bunny rabbits. It seems the terrorists have crossed a line so heinous that even leftist ostriches will have to remove their heads from...well, let s call it sand. Algerian hackers committed a chilling story of animal barbarism. Geographically mixed up Algerian hackers made themselves look rather silly by defacing the website of an English stately home instead of Belvoir Fortress in Israel, their intended target. Belvoir Castle, a Royalist stronghold during the English Civil War, by contrast, is best known these days as the host of an annual teddy bears picnic. 64 This ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... If he rooted for the Black Sox he would be accused of kowtowing to Reverend Wright. Rooting for the Red Sox would bring up more communism charges. Rumor has it Van Jones went a Reds game.) (Some Colts slaughtered the Bears in the Super Bowl, but George W. Bush was in charge at that time. Maybe everything is his fault after all.) Terrorists are murdering teddy bears while our president does nothing. Mr. Obama never prevented this attack on bears because of partisan politics. Former Republican House Speaker Dennis Hastert was from Chicago and resembled a teddy bear. Republican Teddy Roosevelt was the original Teddy Bear President. If these were liberal animals, Mr. Obama would save them (provided it helped his poll numbers). Additionally, Barack Obama hates Wall Street because he cannot snap his fingers and make stocks rise. Who fights him? The bears. Not since self loathing Stephen Colbert (ironically pronounced Col Bear, yet he hates bears) attacked these adorable critters on his show has such a sweet adorable group of animals been so threatened while the world watched as helplessly as a United Nations Bear ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Temper Vs Birth Order Essay I was the second/last child born in my family. I feel that birth order has had a true effect on my behavior and my personality. It s very easy to compare me with my brother. My brother is the oldest. He strives to achieve his goal and , as of right now, he s doing a pretty well job with striving. Comparing him with me, I am more of a social person. I like to hangout with my friends and be social. I am also more humorous than many people may think. He is more of a serious person. Also, he sometimes worries about me, only because he wants me to make sure I achieve my goals just as he is trying to achieve his. Achieving goals isn t just something my brother does just because he is first born. An Iranian culture is very goal oriented. My dad always told me that if I want to pursue a career as a lawyer or a doctor, I must do what I can to get to that goal. Since then, I have been interning at the Milton City Court and Milton Police Department to help me get to my goal to be a lawyer. Nature vs. Nurture has played a huge part in my life. My temper has definitely been brought upon from my dad, which is nature. The reason I know my temper ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Ever since I gained the mentality of how a cell phone works, I am incapable of leaving the device anywhere. It has to be on me 24/7. I feel that if I never had this device, I would ve hung out with my friends a lot more than usual and I would ve communicated with my family a lot more than usual as well. Also, knowing what is going on in the area around me has helped to either take caution or to help. For example, I knew about the clown case because I read about it online on my phone, so I knew to be careful when walking the streets. I knew about the Black Lives Matter protest in Atlanta and read about what was going on and that situation called for help. The media just helps keep me up to date with what is going on in the society I am currently living ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Becoming Madame Mao By Anchee Min Becoming Madame Mao, written by Anchee Min, is the account of Mao Zedong s wife, and her rise to political power of the Chinese Communist Party along with her husband. Madame Mao, throughout her life, works hard to earn her status in society and, along with making a name for herself, gaining rights and respect for all women. Through a series of transition, Madame Mao is referred to with three different name, Yunhe, Lan Ping, and Jiang Ching, which correspond to her growing defiance of gender roles in Chinese society. Madame Mao earns her first name, Yunhe, when she enrolls in a local elementary school. The name Yunhe, which means Crane in the Clouds is given to her by her grandfather. According to Madame Mao, the crane is a symbol of hope ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This name is given to her by her husband, Mao Zedong. She says, Jiang Ching summarizes a traditional saying: Green comes out of blue but is richer than blue (158). This name is an allusion to what will happen later in her life. As Mao and Jiang Ching grow older together, their relationship deteriorates. The love Mao once had for Jiang Ching is replaced by the love for his affairs with new virgins every night. Instead of love, what Jiang Ching now is in search for from her marriage with Mao is power. As Kang Sheng says, Her role is to play Mao s most trusted comrade It is the only way to empower [her]self (210). Jiang Ching was, at one point, jealous of Premier Zhou En lai s wife, Deng Yin chao and Wang Guang mei, wife of Vice Chairman Liu, for they were beautiful, wise and adored by their husbands. As time passes, however, Jiang Ching gives up the typical role of a Chinese woman in exchange for hopes of becoming a major player in the Chinese Communist Party. It is soon after that Jiang Ching becomes the command of the ideology side of Mao s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. ECT In The Film One Flew Over The Cuckoo s N Prior to this assignment, my feelings from electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) solely came from images in the media. Two instances that stand out to me is the portrayal of ECT in an episode of American Horror Story: Asylum and from the movie One Flew Over the Cuckoo s Nest. Although I realize media is not an accurate representation of reality, these scenes stood out to me due to the intense, emotional display of ECT s effects through the patient s eyes. Despite the unrealistic depiction of ECT, one accurate aspect of the scenes is that ECT was commonly used during the 1960s 1970s to improve mental disturbances and a variety of psychological disorders. I think the reason these scenes stood out to me was that ECT was implemented without the patient s informed consent or agreement upon the treatment regimen, utilized as a way to subdue patients into compliance. Contrary to modern use of ECT, this type of therapy was used as a form of punishment, implemented ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I learned that often times, ECT is used along with a general anesthesia and a brief electrical current initiated to trigger a brief seizure. Likewise, I realized that ECT is the preferred treatment when other options are not as well tolerated. After becoming more familiar with the procedure, it seems as though ECT may be a more desirable option than pharmacological interventions as drug interventions may require more time to become effective. Sometimes when a patient s signs and symptoms are overwhelming, interfering with their daily life, time is of the essence and ECT provides a quicker relief for individuals with immediate risk. After several years and improvement technology, ECT has become much safer in the past, presenting minimal possible risks memory loss, confusion, headache or muscle ache to the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Ethnic Stereotypes In The Pawnbroker After the Holocaust and World War II, many filmmakers and directors neglected to create politically charged media in order to avoid criticism. Only decades after the events of the Holocaust did Hollywood start to engage itself with the topic, but these works struggled to succeed as they faced harsh comments from Jewish and secular critics alike. These films, produced with truly the most sensitive and educational intentions, ended up perpetuating ethnic stereotypes for the same reasons. There was a gap between Hollywood s preconceived notions about their productions in regard to themes and the aspects that critics actually picked up on. Through my narrative discovery, background on the time period, summary and analysis of the film, and contemporary responses to the film I will explain how these stereotypes came about in film at the time and how people responded to them while also touching on the impact of the Holocaust on survivors. The Pawnbroker is a perfect example of a film that deals with both the lasting effect of Holocaust and the stereotyping of a multitude of characters (Dir Lumet 1964). Different audiences and critics focus on these two pieces, characterizing the film in accordance with its timestamp. Once assigned this paper, I started looking into the specific traits and themes that characterized Jewish film from each decade. Jewish Experience on Film An American Overview, by Joel Rosenberg, analyzes Jewish film from the twentieth century and discusses films that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Sklovsky Art As Device Essay Viktor Shklovsky: Art as Technique or Art as Device Viktor Borisovich Shklovsky (1893 1984) was one of the founders of the intellectual movement OPOJAZ (Obščestvo izučenija Poètičeskogo Jazyka), translated as Society for the Study of Poetic Language . Furthermore, Shklovsky was a formalist and closely tied to Russian Formalism; Shklovsky, Boris Eichenbaum, [Vladimir Propp], Yary Tynyanov, and other Formalists sought to put literary theory on a par with the natural sciences (Davis 51). For one thing, these gentlemen sought to understand art by breaking it down into parts and identifying the different devices in play, collections of devices that interact in a textual field (Davis 51). It was in 1917 that Shklovsky, at an astonishing ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... About the poem as a whole, as well as the different words and possible associations with these words. As Daniel Gunn stated it was Shklovsky who felt that: Familiarity is our enemy, [...], and the idea of defamiliarization reminds us of the way art requires an intensity of perception forces us to look again, to see, almost for the first time (28). To thoroughly illustrate his idea of defamiliarization Shklovsky uses an example of his favourite author Leo Tolstoy, his story Kholstomer is narrated by a horse, of which Teodor Mladenov says; Human relations are seen through the eyes of a horse, which defamiliarizes the institution of private property, illuminating its conventional and contingent character (545). Shklovsky s example highlights the significance of defamiliarization, and German philosopher Martin Heidegger even claims that: One needs to experience the world as uncanny (unheimlich, which also means unhomely ) in order to be freed from the internalized and automatized clichés of the publicly accepted norms of conduct (Mladenov 545). It is quite apparent that Shklovsky admired Leo Tolstoy and his ability to use his method of seeing things out of their normal context allowing the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Farmers Market Research Paper After standing in line for forty minutes at a supermarket, Americans finally get to pay for the food and leave. Unfortunately, the food is anything but fresh or healthy and has traveled very far to get to the final destination. Farmers Markets (FMs) are an old tradition that has barely survived this long due to the rise of the industrial farms and supermarkets. They provide the easiest way to get very fresh and healthy food, but prices can be very high at times. Even though food from a Farmers Market is more expensive, it provides an easy way to get fresh and healthy produce while helping the farmer and the community it represents. Farmers Markets should be promoted because they provide fresh and healthy food and support the farmer directly ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... According to Time, The latest research finds that the amounts of farmers market vouchers don t contribute to a meaningful increase in fruit and vegetable intake, and that prices for produce were lower at grocery stores than at the markets. this shows that it is significantly cheaper to purchase your produce at a grocery store rather than a FM. Also, these markets are only open for a few months a year due to winter, so they can be unreliable at times. According to FMC, Some markets are only open in the spring, summer, and early autumn. Since they are only open a few months a year and can unreliable at times. Although farmers markets are expensive and unreliable at times, they are still a better alternative to supermarkets and grocery stores. According to Joel Salatin on page 185 of The Omnivore s Dilemma, Whenever I hear people say clean food is expensive, I tell them it s actually the cheapest food you can buy. Joel Salatin believes that in the long run, it will cost you less because the food is healthier and will save you money in doctor visits. Although FMs may be expensive and unreliable at times, it is a good price to pay for the food you are getting and will save you money in some ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Relationship Between T Cell Regulation And Type I Diabetes Abstract The purpose of this study is to explore the relationships and mechanisms between T cell regulation and type I diabetes by using NOD mice model. NOD mice can spontaneously develop a form of autoimmune diabetes which is similar to human Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus. T cells can destroy beta cells of the pancreatic islets which can produce insulin. Thus, by analyzing the development of NOD mice autoimmune diabetes to determine potential treatment for type I diabetes. Introduction Diabetes mellitus is a group of metabolic diseases. There are different kinds of diabetes mellitus, but an abnormal blood sugar level over an extended time always can be detected from patients who have this disease. Type one diabetes mellitus also known as insulin dependent diabetes, patients with this type of diabetes have pancreatic beta cells destruction causing absolute lack of insulin with a tendency to ketoacidosis. It can occur at any age, but more commonly occurs in young people. Patients with acute onset of metabolic disorders symptoms need insulin injections to survive. This type of diabetes including immune mediated and idiopathic two subtypes. Immune mediated diabetes often has one or more autoantibodies present, for example, islet cell antibodies (ICA), insulin autoantibodies (IAA) and glutamic acid decarboxylase 65 (GAD65) antibodies. Previous studies have shown that killer T cells that protects us from bacterial damage plays a major role in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Analysis Of In The Next Room Or The Vibrator Play The Ohio University Theater Division s production of In the Next Room, or the Vibrator Play explored the use of vibration therapy in the early 20th century as a way to cure hysteria. The playwright Sarah Ruhl beautifully uses the intertwining lives lives of a doctor his patients and his wife to examine female sexuality, male incompetence, science, marriage, and love. Most of the plot has to do with female and male patients being treated for hysteria and what outcome the vibrator has on the lives of the characters in medical and domestic ways. This play really highlights the personal discovery of sexuality and of women beginning to achieve marital sex that isn t only for their husband s pleasure. This production of the vibrator play used the contrast of a parlor and a doctor s laboratory on a rotating set to help the audience understand the constant blend of science and society in a historical setting. The rotating set was a unique challenge for this production and while it was a bit distracting at times it did add a lot to the quality of the production as a whole. There are many instances where the focus should be on one of the rooms and not the other and to help achieve this very specific blocking is implemented. For example, there is a scene in the first act where Mrs. Givings sits in the parlor and hears Mrs. Daldry s moans for the first time as she is being treated in the laboratory. The focus of the scene is on Mrs. Givings s reaction to the moaning and the flickering ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Similarities Between China And America The United States of America and China have a rough relationship, but it is clear to anyone that they are the two biggest superpowers in the world. These two countries have the highest GDP (gross domestic product) out of any other country, and they are both very influential over other countries, making them the two largest powers in the world. Being two major powerhouses, the two countries have many similarities, and after taking a closer look at the geography, people, and history of the two countries, it becomes evident that there are many differences as well. The geography of the United States varies in many ways. Being the third largest country in the world, at 3,717,727 square miles, the U.S. has lots of space for different types of land. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... China has a population more than four times the size of the U.S., and is the most populated country in the world with a staggering 1,403,500,365 people. That is almost one seventh of the entire population of the world. China has had to implement laws that make it so families get taxed more on every child that they have after their first, to try and get their population down. The population may be much higher than the U.S., however, the median house income is much lower at just over $10,000. About half of the population works in manufacturing, and the other half works in the service industry. The majority of people are some Chinese, although there are many ethnic groups that would all be considered Chinese, the most common being Han. The next most common race is Mongol, followed by Korean, Russian, and Uzbek. Unlike the United States, there are two official languages in China, Mandarin Chinese and Standard Mandarin. Mandarin Chinese is mostly spoken in the north and southwest parts of the country and Standard Mandarin is mainly spoken everywhere else. The two most followed religions in China are Buddhism and Taoism. There is also a very large amount of unaffiliated people in China. China is one of the last remaining communist countries, which plays a big role as to the reason that China has a poor relationship with the United States. China also has a legislative, executive, and judicial branch, however they have one ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Ethical and Legal Issues with DNA Profiling Introduction Deoxyribonucleic acidity (DNA) fingerprint scanning service is really a fundamental technique which is used all through the global communities every day. The procedure associated with DNA fingerprint scanning service was initially produced by the geneticist, Alec Jefferys, in the University of Leicester situated in England, in the year 1984 (as cited in Lampton, 1991). Both primary kinds of DNA utilized in the actual profiling procedure consist of mitochondrial as well as nuclear DNA (Adams, 2005). DNA fingerprint scanning service can be further utilized to resolve paternity instances, to fit a claimed dad with his child. The procedure has also been essential within the legal proper rights program, this provides precise proof in order to convict suspects or even release them pertaining to the proof attained. An essential part associated with DNA fingerprint scanning service within the department of healthcare and relative areas is actually the utilization in detecting genetic as well as hereditary problems. Additionally, DNA fingerprint scanning service assists to not only identify these problems but also provide appropriate remedies in a timely manner as well (Adams, 2005). An additional essential utilization of DNA fingerprint scanning service is the fact that it will also help reveal mysterious sufferers within devastating circumstances, like the Sept 11th strike within the World Trade Centre (WTC). DNA profiling can be used each day within the realm of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Why Is Super Size Me Effective Super Size Me increases its effectiveness by using strategic clips, lack of knowledge, and solemnity to play with the viewer s emotions and cause for a more drastic reaction by its viewers. Many times throughout the film, obese children, men, and women alike are shown doing activities as drastic as chanting the names of fast food restaurants to something as regular as walking. While the title screen is rolling, Fat Bottomed Girls by Queen is played over multiple clips of overweight and obese people standing in lines at various fast food restaurants. In this instance and others alike, the song and visuals coordinate to mock the importance of America s obesity epidemic; like how the documentary played carnival music during serious clips of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Biblical Teaching On The Creation Of Man And The Image Of God Introduction This paper will attempt to demonstrate the following assertions: 1) Mankind is created in the Image of God, 2) Every human being is created with (and maintains throughout their life) the dignity, value, and worth that comes from being an image bearer of the Creator God of the Universe, and 3) God, as the Creator, has sovereign rule over all matters of life and death. These goals will be accomplished by first examining the Biblical teaching on the creation of man and woman in the Image of God. After examining some texts, establishing that mankind is created in God s Image, I will discuss the implication of this assertion: namely, that every human life is sacred. Finally, I will look at how God s sovereignty should inform our ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Genesis 5:1 again tells us that man was made in the likeness of God, but it teaches us something else as well. The same word for Hebrew word for likeness (demuth) is used to describe the birth of Seth, a son in Adam s own likeness. So, not only were Adam and Eve made in the image of God, their offspring were likewise made in the image of God. Our third passage shows us that this truth has carried on throughout the generations. Genesis 9:6 tells: Whoever sheds the blood of man, by man shall his blood be shed, for God made man in his own image. One of the most important aspects of these last two passages is that they come after the Fall. There is no indication that the Image of God has been removed from humanity as a result of their rebellion against God. Human Dignity Knowing that mankind is created in the Image of God has implications for how we should view all human beings. As we read in Genesis 9:6 (listed above), we see the God ordained penalty for taking a human life. This strict punishment for the taking of human life is rooted in our creation by God in His own image. The Sixth Commandment emphasizes and clarifies the warning in Genesis 9:6, as God commands His people, You shall not murder (Exodus 20:13). The taking of innocent human life is explicitly forbidden by God, because all human beings have intrinsic value by virtue of our creation in God s Image. There is no corresponding ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Main Features Of Perfect Competition Perfect competition is a type of market structre where there is highest level of competition. In perfect competition the firms are offering homogeneous product. Every firm believe that it can sell any amount of output it wishes at the prevailing market price. Because of homogenous product and large number of firms, no individual firm is in a position to effect the price of the product and therefore the demand curve for the firm under perfect competition is a horizontal straight line. 2.2 Meaning of Perfect Competition In Perfect competition there are a large number of buyers and sellers. Each seller is producing a very small level of industry s output, no individual buyer or seller can influence the price of the product. The products produced under perfect competition are homogenous, and each firm believes that it can sell any amount of output at the prevailing price. The economic agents have perfect knowledge about the market conditions. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Large Numbers of Sellers and Buyers: The industry or market includes a large number of firms (and buyers) so that each individual firm, however large supplies only a small part of the total quantity offered in the market. The buyers are also numerous so that no monopolistic power can affect the working of the market. Under these conditions each firm alone cannot affect the price in the market by changing its output. 2. Product Homogeneity: All the firms produces homogenous product. A buyer cannot differentiate among the products produced by different firms, and hence pay a uniform price for the goods produced by different firms. The assumptions of large number of sellers and of product homogeneity imply that the individual firm in immaculate rivalry is a price taker, and therefore the demand curve is considerably elastic, representing that the firm can offer any quantity of yield at the prevailing market price (Figure ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Essay On The Atomic Bomb Ethan Hasert English Comp. Per. 4 Atomic Bomb Oppenheimer once said: Now I am become Death, the Destroyer of Worlds (recited from the Bhagavad Gita). That was the day of Trinity, the first test of an atomic bomb s raw, awesome power. It was the beginning of a deadly technology that is ever evolving to reach more dangerous heights: atomic and nuclear weapons. These weapons have only been fired twice, and yet the entire world is on edge when a country threatens to use them. The Atomic bomb was created out of fear and necessity; to be used for such a purpose; but it was still a weapon of mass destruction. At first, the greatest fear of the Allied science community was the fact that the Nazis had already started work on atomic weapons. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There was even a plan to use an atomic bomb on the Nazis, but their surrender prevented its use. The Atomic and Nuclear bombs are weapons of mass destruction. Even before their use there was, a petition among the scientists opposing the use of the bomb on moral grounds (p 5, Simkin). Since there was no singling out a certain person in their use, both types of bombs will destroy everything and anything in their way. It s why they can be so useful. The use of an atomic bomb is a message to the rest of society, a statement of power and having the will to use it. Yet, it comes at the cost of thousands of civilian lives. People thought of it afterwards as, a great atrocity: a mass killer of women, children and the aged, a cynical Cold War gambit, the blinding dawn of a tense and troubled half century known as the Atomic Age (p 2, Lifton and Putnam). The only way to combat this, is the threat of mutual destruction. The Cold War is a perfect example of this. There the Soviet Union and the United States threatened the use of nuclear weapons. If both sides had attacked each other, the world would have been doomed to suffer a nuclear winter for hundreds of years killing millions if not billions of people in the process. With the dissolvement of the Soviet Union in 1991, the Red Menace was mostly gone. Though to say the threat of nuclear war was over would be false. Until recently, North Korea ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. The Employment Status Of An Employee During the old days, employment status is rather straightforward. However, as days went by, with the progress of society as well as technology, the nature of employment becomes more complex. Thus the employment status becomes vague, and in the event of employment disputes, the employment status is evaluated by the court of law based on the test of mutuality of obligation. The test of mutuality of obligation used in relation to the establishment of the employment status is closely related to employment rights. Many employment rights are highly dependent on the ability to establish the status of an employee. However there is no useful statutory definition on employee . The closest definition can be found in the Employment Right Acts 1996 (ERA 1996), section 230(1), but it is in a form of a circular, and thus it is of little help. Therefore, it is left to the courts to define what is an employee. Over the years, a number of tests have been developed to help the courts to make judgement. The employment status test identifies that, the employer has an obligation to provide work for the employee and there must be a reciprocate obligation by the employee. Failing these, a person is unlikely be classed as an employee (Bebbington Palmer). However, the application of these tests is not always easy or straightforward. The historical development on the tests for employee status showed that it had evolved from one of control (Yewens v Noakes) to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Prayer On The Life Of A Minister There is no substitute for prayer in the life of a minister. It is something that has to be an intentional part of every day, but this is not always an easy task. Even Jesus had to work to incorporate prayer into his daily routine rising early and going away from the others to spend time with God (Mark 1:35 37). If a minister is not careful, finding time to pray can feel like a burden, yet, it is one of the most precious privileges that was bought for mankind through the blood of Jesus Christ. Prayer for a minister goes beyond the developing of a vibrant relationship with God. A Pastor is called to pray the prayers of the people, he is to pray with the sick and poor and he is to teach his people the importance of prayer and how to incorporate it into their daily lives. A Foundation of Prayer The Bible states that there will always be people in need, and it is our duty to reach out and help to the best of our ability (Deuteronomy 15:11). Hebrews 13:2 is a reminder not to miss an opportunity to show kindness to a stranger, it just might be an angel that is being cared for. Matthew 25:34 36 gives further clarification on how to serve the needy; For I was hungry, and you gave Me something to eat; I was thirsty, and you gave Me something to drink; I was a stranger, and you invited Me in; naked, and you clothed Me; I was sick, and you visited Me; I was in prison, and you came to Me. (NASB) Serving others is how God uses his people to help others experience his love. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Forced Vital Capacity Case Study Purpose and Prediction In this study I am observing the effects of gender on forced vital capacity (FVC) and the relationship between torso length, height, and torso/height ratio on forced vital capacity. To look at FVC I am interested in looking at the largest amount of air a person can forcefully exhale and continue exhaling for 6 seconds after breathing in as deeply as a person can. If gender has an effect on FVC then males will have a greater FVC than the FVC of females. If there is a correlation between height and FVC, then as height increases so will FVC. If there is a correlation between torso length and FVC then the longer a torso the greater the FVC will be. If there is a correlation between torso/height ratio and FVC then the greater ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The * indicates p 0.05; a significant difference between the FVC of females and the FVC of males. Figure 1. The effect of gender on the mean forced vital capacity in college aged students. The data reported as the mean ± standard deviation with n = 127, 59 respectively. The asterisk signified the male mean FVC is significantly different than the female mean FVC. Figure 2 illustrates the relationship between FVC and height of college aged students. The correlation coefficient for FVC and height is R2 = 0.3107; a perfect correlation is R2 = 1 and no correlation is R2 = 0. This shows that there is a weak correlation, or association, between FVC and height. Figure 2. The relationship between forced vital capacity and the height of college age students. Data is from 186 college students, R2 = 0.3107. As shown in Figure 3, the relationship between FVC and torso length of college aged students is illustrated. The correlation coefficient for FVC and torso length is R2 = 0.1282; a perfect correlation is R2 = 1 and no correlation is R2 = 0. This shows that there is a very weak correlation between FVC and torso ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Myth Of Truth Analysis Truth has always been a very vague and grey area for many people, it s something that cannot be agreed on by every single person. Each person has their own set of past experiences that have built upon their morals, values and ethics. This ties in with their overall idea of why they view truth and lies in the way that do. Professor Hedrick is interesting in the way that she teaches literature through the historical point of view, proving background information that enables students to build upon this background knowledge and find the interpretation for that piece of literature. Much like our differing viewpoints on the concepts behind truth and lies can be connected to differing interpretations over a certain work of literature. But when truth ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Knapp, et all, Lying, 54 The idea of concept of lying, deception and truth as a grey area was introduced and throughout the interview Professor Hedrick stuck to her stance of truth depending on the person in question. Our journey through life has heavily influenced the ever changing stance over truth. Knapp, et all, Lying, 57 Throughout the interview she spoke about her seeing changes in the students, in their ideas, how they evolve in just a semester. Ethics to her is like a scale, it needs to be constantly adjusted, adapted and balanced. Much like her students writing styles, she sees their speech, their viewpoints over the world change drastically in just a semester, some students regress and others thrive. Their interpretations open up and they come up to her with what they thought but she is no stranger to the lies students tell. In her long career, she has had many outlandish lies told to her, what students will do to get out of trouble or an extension on an exam or extra credit. The idea of lying to an authority figure that could end in severe consequences is a lie that many students would not think of before but when they enter the college scene, they change; some students would do anything to get a little extra credit. It s part of her job to be vigilant for the possible lies students may tell in an attempt to take advantage of her. This ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Fusion Constipation Research Paper Introduction This is a review of Fusion Health Constipation tablets, which are presented by the manufacturer as a vegetarian/vegan combination of Chinese herbs which have been used for thousands of years to relieve the unpleasant symptoms of constipation and stimulate healthy bowel function. Read on to discover more about this laxative to decide if this is a product that will work for you. Ingredients Rheum officinale (Rhubarb root) 7.5mg Trichosanthes kirilowii seed (Chinese cucumber) 500mg Rehmannia glutinosa (Foxglove root, otherwise known as Digitalis) 500mg Citrus aurantium (Bitter Orange root) 400mg Angelica polymorpha (Dong Quai fruit) 400mg Glycyrrhiza uralensis (Licorice root) 250mg Dosage Recommended, adult dosage is one to two tablets, one to two times daily, following meals and water. An additional dose may be ingested to accelerate a bowel movement and as directed by your physician. It is not recommended for children younger than 12 years of age. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... If you are experiencing gastrointestinal upset or abdominal pain, vomiting or diarrhea do not use this medication and contact your physician as these symptoms may be indicative of a serious problem. Also, continued use may cause serious complications and bowel ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Benefits Of A Child s Nutrition Fruits and vegetables have a very essential role in our diet. Studies have shown the importance of sufficient fruit and vegetable consumption in stopping chronic diseases like cardiovascular diseases, cancers, diabetes and obesity. According to 2000 report, 2.7 million deaths and 1.8% all diseases worldwide could be attributed to inadequate F V intake (Najimi, 2013). Starting to eat well when young is important. Research has proven that interventions at a young age can impact good behavior such as good nutritional habits that get carried on into adulthood. Furthermore, ages 7 to 12 is when a child should get nutrients for growing. Therefore, the significance of a child s nutrition becomes more of a need than ever (Najimi, 2013). Examples of the benefits of kids eating healthy when young are good mental activities, prevention of problems and complications like anaemia, obesity, digestive disorders, and tooth decay and chronic and dangerous diseases in the long term (Najimi, 2013). Complicated health problems are determined by health behaviour theories, since it can impact factors on behaviour by giving context to be able to better grasp its components and their role. The social cognitive theory is a theory that is applied for looking at psychological effects on behaviors as well as changing behavior and it focuses on mutual interactions of persons, behavior and environment. (Najimi, 2013). Consequently, the means of being able to get fruit and vegetables relies the type of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Physical Fitness Program Essay PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM CHANGES. NAVADMIN 178/15 announced changes to the Physical Readiness Program (PRP). To assess an individual Sailors health and mission readiness, Physical Fitness Assessments (PFAs) are being redesigned. The current PFA model enforces maximum body fat percentages and minimum physical readiness scores, but falls short on evaluating a Sailors overall health, does not adequately reflect the challenges unique to sea duty, and the increasingly technical nature of sea duty positions. The PRP changes will create balance between physical readiness and health. In the long term, the Navy will move away from PFA testing as a calculation of Body Composition Assessments (BCAs) maximums and Physical Readiness Test minimums ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) DID YOU KNOW? A U.S. Government official on sensitive travel to Iraq created a security risk for himself and others by tweeting his location and activities every few hours. A family on vacation kept friends up to date via online profiles; their home was burglarized while they were away. New computer and Trojan viruses that successfully target information on Social Networking Sites (SNSs) are on the rise. Some foreign investors, including government and commercial entities known to be involved with organized criminal activity, own large stakes in certain SNSs. Information in SNS profiles has led to people losing job offers, getting fired, and being arrested. SNSs have become a haven for identity thieves and con artists trying to use your information against you. Several kidnapping, rape and murder cases were linked to SNSs where the victims first connected with their attackers. Over 90,000 registered sex offenders were removed from one popular SNS only because they used their real names. According to the Al Qaeda Handbook, terrorists search online for data about Government personnel, officers, important personalities, and all matters related to them (residence, work place, times of leaving and returning, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Compare And Contrast Homeless People And The Homeless Have you ever thought of how privileged many of us are? Or what life would be like if everything was taken away from us? As of 2016, more than 169 people were homeless in Jackson, Michigan. This number isn t going down. With Jackson s many homeless inhabitants, there are also over 338 children in the foster care system just in our county alone. When comparing homeless people and foster care children, they are very similar. Both of them do not have a permanent home and both have nothing to hope for in the future. As many of you know, Jackson isn t the largest county in the world. Something has to be done to help these people. We should not rest until everyone is safe and off the streets, whether they are children, adults, veterans, or even the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Most of these kids cannot find a proper home to take care of them or even adopt them in the near future. The only things that they bear are maybe one outfit and a few things that they carry around in a tattered grocery bag. This isn t the child s fault. This isn t the parents fault. This is our fault for not stepping up and taking action when we hear cries of help from these children. Since no one in Jackson County is willing to bring these hurting kids into their homes and help take care of them, they are sent off to boarding schools that are in the northern part of Michigan. Not only are they torn away from the only things they know, but they are also taken away from where they grew up. These kids experience great pain almost everyday of their life. Most of the children think it is their fault. They think that no one wants me or I m not important. These kids feel like they lost the battle to the world that would do anything to tear them apart. These kids feel like they lost hope that they once had and now somehow perished in the wind. These kids feel like they can do it on their own and will never need anyone else s help. Help is just the thing that these overwhelmed children need. They need a roof over their heads, a meal every night on the dining room table, and a family that is always there for them in their darkest ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Abercrombie Fitch Co., also known as A F, was founded in... Abercrombie Fitch Co., also known as A F, was founded in 1892 by David Abercrombie and Ezra Fitch. Its headquarter is located in New Albany, Ohio. May be nobody knew that this apparel retailer was from its beginning a kind of elite outfitter of expensive sporting and excursion goods. The company, with more than two hundred subsidiaries around the world, sells casual apparel for men, women, and kids. The company retails different products such as casual sportswear apparel woven shirts, graphic T shirts, shorts, sweaters, jeans and woven pants, outerwear, and accessories for its main target among the A F, Abercrombie kids, and Hollister brands. Thanks to its advertising, its benevolence, and contribution in legal conflicts of clothing ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However, Alibaba is another option and might motivate many American customers to learn about the Chinese company. For Abercrombie Fitch, this means a lot more competition online. Nevertheless, it could be even harder to survive online than in shopping malls. When it came to 2013 revenue, Abercrombie Fitch faced a 9% year over year drop, while Aeropostale fell 12%. Abercrombie Fitch saw its net income fall 58%, while Aeropostale had a net loss difference of $69,629,000 from the same quarter of both fiscal years 2012 to 2013. In 2014, retailers seem to have unexpected deliveries within their products. This year, A F had good profit after several quarters without doing so. Its shares have gained 25%, however, this huge gain did not come from improving industry trends. Such increment happened after improving sales plus the announcement that it would introduce lower price points to compete with low cost teen apparel retailers efficiently, such as H M, Forever 21, and UNIQLO. Even though it has experienced hard competition with other companies that sell low cost teen apparel, Abercrombie has avoid industry changes on its price points as its pricing power can decrease and thereby eliminate its dignity on the eyes of its customers. It s not a surprise because customers assign more quality to expensive products. This has affected its unit volumes as well as excessive inventory ranks with ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Conditions And Conditions Of A Contract Express and Implied Conditions / Warranties: Conditions and warranties may be express or implied. The one which is explicitly given in the agreement expresses the Conditions and Warranties. Similarly those which are suggested by law and custom if the agreement is passed then it is Inferred Conditions and guarantees where It can win an agreement despite of what is expected ,the offer that unless the gatherings consent Condition as to title: There are implied condition on the part of the seller unless the circumstances of the contract shows a different perspective in every contract of sale that are as follows: At the time of sale the seller has the right to sell the goods And in the case of an agreement to sell the seller needs to wait till the time when the property is to pass as per the law Conditions and warranties are those in which two parties agrees for the contract ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Relying on the description by the seller the buyer buying the goods without seeing the goods 2. Even after seeing the goods the buyer don t relies on what he has seen but relies on what was stated to him and the deviation of the goods from the description is not apparent. 3. The buyer can reject the goods when the goods do not confirm to be the method of packing described by the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Liver Catalase Lab Report Effects of Temperature on Decomposition of H2O2 by Liver Catalase Introduction A countless number of chemical reactions occur in the human body at any given time in order to carry out cellular processes necessary for continued functioning. These reactions can sometimes result in harmful byproducts such as hydrogen peroxide or H2O2. Catalase is an enzyme contained within organelles called peroxisomes that decompose the toxic H2O2 down into water and oxygen gas. Enzymes are a type of protein that are catalysts of biochemical reactions, meaning that they speed up the rate of reaction through various ways by lowering the amount of activation energy required for each reaction. Each enzyme has an optimal temperature range at which it functions ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Catalase is found in nearly all aerobic organisms, and one molecule can break down millions of H2O2 molecules every second. It works by first reducing a H2O2 molecule bonded to its active site through taking an oxygen away with its Fe3+ component, which releases a water molecule into the cytosol. Then, the enzyme will bond with a second H2O2 molecule and oxidize it by giving it the oxygen from the first H2O2 molecule, releasing O2 and another water molecule into the cytoplasm. This catalytic cycle then repeats indefinitely. The purpose of this study is to test how changing the temperature of the liver, which was the catalase source, would affect the rate of reaction with H2O2. If temperature increases then there would be less O2 released because proteins denature when temperatures are too high, losing their shape and ability to carry out their intended function. Materials and Methods For a detailed list of required materials, refer to the enzyme lab handout section C. The independent variable in this study was temperature. The dependent variable was rate of reaction, measured qualitatively on a scale of one to five based on the number of bubbles observed as the reaction took place. The amount of liver and H2O2, the ambient temperature, and the observation time allotted for each reaction were control variables that were kept constant throughout. First, three small pieces of liver were placed into separate test tubes and covered with a small ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. A Career As A Law Enforcement Officer Christopher Meloni once stated, You couldn t pay me enough to be a law enforcement officer. Their job is a tough job. You have to solve people s problems, you have to baby sit people, you have to always be doing this cat and mouse game with the bad guys. My respect for them is immense. In other words, Christopher Meloni speaks about the immense amount of respect that he has towards the individuals who have made a commitment to working in the field of law enforcement due to their endless work load that they must do on a regular basis. At a fairly young age, I recall having the same amount of respect for those individuals as well. It troubled my family that at such a young age I always seemed to be interested in shows such as, The First 48, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Reason being that this profession exercises and cultivates the idea of working with other individuals on the team in order to complete a task and the underlying result ends with usually a positive outcome whether it comes to an end the day of or in the following weeks. Working within the field of law enforcement provides an atmosphere of in depth thinkers that gather and share information with one another in order to conjure up the most effective method in order to solve a case. It seems as though this field is constantly filled with a new adventure, no two days are ever the same, being able to go to work and experience a unfamiliar thrill each and every day is an aspect that I believe I would cherish, feeling the rush of adrenaline as you approach a criminal, or running after one who decides to make a run for it would be such an ecstatic sensation. Working in law enforcement never has a dull moment for instance, today s schedule may be as effortless as directing traffic while, tomorrow takes a different toll and the team is investigating a burglary and determining which tactic will be the most beneficial to go about pinpointing the whereabouts of a criminal and altering your original thinking scheme in order to get place yourself into the mind of a criminal to determine the events that occurred. I realized that today s law enforcement workers are not viewed as highly as they once were, due to an insignificant number of workers who take advantage of their power. Power and greed never go hand in hand and for that reason the majority of law enforcement workers are looked down upon. I would relish in pursuing this career because, I would like to be one of those that possesses their power for justice, and being able to listen to the click click sound of handcuffs as my day comes to its closure would be one of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Persoanl Journal Authentic Christianity SAGU Personal Journal Form [pic] Authentic Christianity SAGU Personal Journal Form [pic] Authentic Christianity SAGU Personal Journal Form [pic] Authentic Christianity SAGU Personal Journal Form [pic] Authentic Christianity SAGU Personal Journal Form [pic] Authentic Christianity SAGU Personal Journal Form [pic] Authentic Christianity SAGU Personal Journal Form [pic] Authentic Christianity SAGU Personal Journal Form [pic] Authentic Christianity SAGU Personal Journal Form [pic] Authentic Christianity SAGU ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... If I cant be thankful for 20 dollars then I wouldn t truly be grateful for 20,000 dollars.
  • 30. During prayers, what did you hear from God? I hear that he is our peace and strong tower. All things are possible through him and we cant take on the storm alone. Name: Elijah Young What do you think God would have you do concerning the Scripture passage you read? Help others understand grace. I think a lot of people think grace is something you earn. It is a gift given regardless of how good or bad of a person you are. Scriptures Read: Proverbs 3:1 35 Date: March 25,2015 What insights did you gain from your reading? Grace is divine favor. Wisdom helps discern correction from offense. During prayer, what did you give God thanks for? I thanked him for my family that is always there for me, and even the family that isn t there for me. We tend to take family for granted sometimes. During prayers, what did you ask God for? I asked him for more patience with family that has wronged me and to help me truly forgive them. During prayers, what did you hear from God? I heard that If I cant forgive then how do I expect to be forgiven. Name: Elijah Young What do you think God would have you do concerning the Scripture passage you read? I think he wants me to pray for wisdom, but when you ask for wisdom he gives you chances to use it which can be difficult at times. Scriptures Read: ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. A Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor First, the identification of a licensed chemical dependency counselor would suffice at the moment. A licensed chemical dependency counselor are counselors that specialize in identifying and treating addictive behaviors that are maladaptive, altered from cognitive imbalance, and from physiological discrepancies, or frequent intoxication to achieve homeostasis or functionality to some extent. In other words, licensed chemical dependency counselors establish and implement treatments to help people cure their addictions from substances which they are chemically dependent on. Second, the nature of chemical dependency is to be acknowledged. The nature of chemical dependency is not very well understood by human population. Many people see addictions as diseases, immoral behaviors or sins, as maladaptive behaviors, and some may view such substance dependence as out of control behaviors as well. However, chemical or substance dependency is a mental issue. The mind tells the body that it needs a certain substance to function, it is a craving that is difficult for the body to ignore, and the body cannot function until such a need is met. The change in behaviors, mood and conscious motivates the mind further to continue finding ways to meet this need. Therefore, there is not only an addiction, but a chemical dependency issue as well. It is strong and difficult to defeat. It is strong enough that it may cause some people to conduct criminal activities or infringe upon the rights and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Sen s Sowing The Seeds Of Hunger In the short clip, Sowing the Seeds of Hunger the devastating effects of hunger and HIV are highlighted. Given the giving philosophies of Peter Singer, Paul Streeten, and Amartya Sen, each author would address the focus of their support differently to provide solutions. Singer, takes a utilitarian approach and would focus on saving the most number of lives immediately, primarily disregarding the quality of the solution. Thus, he would aim towards increasing food and medicinal distribution to ensure the highest quantity of lives are saved. Streeten looks to help individuals meet their basic needs and would do so by increasing employment opportunities and providing stipends for families that are unable to work to achieve this goal. Sen focuses on the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Provided these justifications, if I were to join them as a donor, I would follow a model most closely related to Streeten and donate for an intervention providing food aid and employment opportunities because of its immediate focus that allows for further support in the future. Singer, focuses on the idea of the obligation to help those in need in the moment rather than establishing long lasting systems of aid. For Singer, all individuals are on equal grounds and he focuses on methods that will save the largest amount of people. His argument relies on our intuitive belief that we ought to help others in need (Singer, 15) and he establishes this as giving until one reaches a point where if he or she gives anymore the harm will be as or more ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. AIDS And Homophobia In Jonathan Demme s Film Philadelphia In 1993 director Jonathan Demme s film Philadelphia was released into theaters. The film Philadelphia follows the struggle of Andrew Beckett (Tom Hanks) a gay lawyer who is fired by his law firm after finding out he had AIDS. The movie deals with Andrews struggle not only with his fight to live but also the ignorance society held for the illness. The film tackled the issue of AIDS and homophobia and helped to destigmatize a subject that some may felt uncomfortable discussing (Philadelphia : Oscar Gives Way to Elegy). Jonathan Demme used his platform for creating a story that would rise above the stigma that AIDS beard and brought the conversation to the general public. Human Immunodeficiency virus infection (HIV) is a virus that attacks the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Case Study On Refactoring Survey of Software Refactoring Summary: The paper published by Tom Mens and Tom Tourwe provides us an overview of existing research in software refactoring. The refactoring activities, techniques, formalisms and the types of artifacts are taken into criteria. Since the software has been evolving with time, the code has become more complex, hence the software development cost s major part is given to software maintenance. Refactoring or restructuring is the problem which implies the need of techniques that reduce software complexity by improving software quality. Refactoring is the process of changing a software system in such a way that it does not alter the external behavior of the code, yet improves its internal structure . The classes, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Here, automation, reliability, configurability, coverage and scalability or refactoring tools are considered. Process Support: Software reengineering is important to restructure the old software, which is essentially done by refactoring method. Evolution conflicts arise when parallel refactoring is done. Same is the case with object oriented application frameworks, software families/ product line. Critique: Firstly, refactoring cannot be applied for the codes written in non object oriented languages. Secondly, refactoring cannot be done for the processes with less delivery time, this is because refactoring requires considerable amount of time for testing. Thirdly, the refactoring process fails even though it does not alter the behavior of the program. Next, the refactoring process depends on the complexity of code and the errors and the design of the code. Refactoring won t be a good idea for very complex codes. When the refactoring process is applied to a complex and high error code, the rate of success is too low. The entire system is affected due to the loss of so much time and the cost invested on the refactoring ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. The Skin Of African Americans Beneath the Surface Have you ever wanted to walk in someone else s shoes for a day and see what life is like for people on the other side of the planet? Would you be more thankful for the life you have and the skin you live in? The environment, food, and habits are different for everyone depending on where they live in the world. Americans have the ability to see the flexibility in these components, but other countries can not afford to change these factors to benefit their skin. The skin is the largest organ of the body, the Sudanese and American families must be able to promote a healthy lifestyle to maintain and enhance their skin. African Americans have learned to adapt to the different environments all around the world and how the affects of their lifestyles change their bodies. African American skin adapts to climate differently than those of white decent. For instance, African Americans have naturally oily skin, when they move to weather with harsher temperature factors like the sun and weather patterns can cause them to have skin problems. Cold weather causes their skin to crack and discolor because they are meant to have oily skin and are able to adapt to warmer climates better than others (Aretha C Smith) (William Robertson Boggs). The environment and healthy foods both contribute to healthy skin. It is significantly easier for the Aboubakar family (Sudanese family) to adapt to the climate in their region of the world because the weather is normally hot. This ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. The Christian s Acts Of Faith We ve all been there before, searching for something to watch on TV, 500 channels and nothing catches our attention until we hear the yelling of the televangelist, YOU JUST GOTTA HAVE FAITH! QUIT TRYING TO UNDERSTAND IT ALL! LET GO AND LET GOD! For some that may be the solution they are searching for. They might be frustrated or let down by their own efforts of understanding. But does faith begin with letting go (of reason and understanding) and letting God (reveal Himself to us) ? Is there any compatibility between exercising Christian faith and exercising reason? Does reason have a role or should it have a role in the Christian s acts of faith? This has been a topic of discussion throughout history by many great thinkers. I am going to attempt to show that reason has an active role in exercising the Christian faith; at least attempt to show that reason and faith aren t mutually exclusive. I will briefly discuss (1) different views of the philosophical divide taken by philosophizers over the ages (2) and biblical evidence of the use of reason (3) definition of biblical faith. The apparent conflict between faith and reason has brought much trouble to believers and non believers alike through the centuries. Influences like Immanuel Kant in his Critique of Pure Reason penned these words: I have therefore found it necessary to deny knowledge in order to make room for faith (1965, B:XXX) and Soren Kierkegaard held that the absolute limit to which our reason repeatedly is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. The Viola Research Paper Over past millennia s, when music was first coming to be recognized, there were many different types of instruments. Over many years leading up to today, types of instruments were created and perfected, for the most part. The different instruments created over time were the woodwind instruments, brass instruments, percussion instruments, keyboard instruments, and one of those was the percussion instruments. The string instruments cover a multitude of instruments, there are orchestral types and even some that are plucked. Violins, viola, cello, double bass, harps, guitars, lute, and even ukuleles are just a few of the many other stringed instruments there are. The definition of a stringed instrument is a musical instrument whose tone is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The double bass is set up behind the cello, and viola section, on the right side of the stage. Even though the instrument is used in the string sections, it is not 100%, a member of the violin family, with the violin, viola, and cello. The bow is shorter and thicker than the cello bow. It uses a horsehair bow, and there are two types of bows for this instrument, the French bow, and the German bow. The French bow is used overhand, the back of the hand facing the listener, and the German bow is used underarm, the thumb facing upward. The French bow is similar to the cello, but shorter and thicker, and the German bow is slimmer, with thinner horsehair. The double bass is the only modern bowed string instrument that is tuned in fourths (like a viol), rather than fifths. The players are either standing or sitting, on a long legged stool, in order to play the instrument. The double bass is similar with the violin, viola, and cello in that it was created around the 15th 16th century, off of the outline of the viol. The double bass is a hybrid in the viol family, it has violin specifications and some attributes that are not related to the viol. This instrument is just one of the many instruments used in the string section of an orchestra, in modern day life of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Concrete Paper CONCRETE ASSIGNMNET 1 Concrete Project Report Introduction We were requested to write a report for a client that are looking to build a new parking garage in the Bloemfontein area. The client also requsted from us to not just advise him/her on what type of concrete to be used, but also to give him/her a broad understanding of the different types of concrete. Some of the aspects that will be discussed in this report are as follows: 1. Special concrete and its application 2. Admixtures 3. Types of extenders This report will also contain our detailed recommendation in the form of foundation, floor slabs, columns and beams. It is important to look at the soil conditions and weather conditions for example temperature and other factors that could have an negative effect on the concrete. Before doing the design and classifying the concrete to be used a site investigation should be done and testes required should be carried out. The design has a massive impact on the concrete that would be used. For the purpose of this report I would assume a site with good soil and no clayed partials were found. Before we start we should get a better understanding of what concrete is its positives and negatives its strengths and its weaknesses. Strength of concrete is dependent on a number of factors; one of the most important factors is the cement water ratio. The lower the ratio is, the higher the final strength of the concrete would be. Typical values for this ratio ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Summary Of The Symposium Lost Objectivity in the Symposium The Symposium was written by Plato to illustrate a discussion between a group of friends. Additionally, the story presents numerous arguments that focus on the god Love and its merits. To pass time while they drink, Eryximachus suggests that each of the guests orate a eulogy of love. The guests proceed to participate in oration; however, their analysis of love may not be as objective as it seems. Rather than focus on an impartial view of the god, many of them have their own personal beliefs that they promote in each of their speeches. Several speeches heavily deviate from a speech about love, and turn it into a speech that uses love to support and justify their beliefs. Characters in the Symposium twist the meaning of love to fit their own principles, rather than provide an objective assessment. Pausanias s speech utilizes love to justify his relationships with younger boys. Pausanias s speech begins by outlining two distinct types of love: It follows, therefore, that the same distinction of title Common and Celestial should be applied to the different Loves who are the associates of one or the other Aphrodite (180e). There are two different gods of love; therefore, Pausanias argues there should also be two specific types of love. Common Love is the love for the body, while Celestial Love is the love for someone s intellect. This distinction is critical, as he expounds upon who can experience Celestial love: [T]he Love who ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Macpherson Vs Buick Motor Company Case Summary The issue of whether the Plaintiff has the right to pursue further legal suit is outlined in the case of Macpherson vs. Buick Motor Company (1916), where the rule of law states, If he is negligent were danger is foreseen, a liability will follow. (Macpherson vs. Buick 390) If a product is reasonably expected to pose imminent danger if negligently made and the product is known to be used by those other than the original purchaser, the manufacturer of such product, irrespective of contract, owes a duty of care to the manufacturing of such product. The defendant, Mahler, foreseeing the product to be inherently dangerous, thus posing an imminent threat to those in close proximity of the product, resolved to secure the hazardous materials in secure ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Buick, the defendant foresaw the danger that the product would cause, however the defendants Mahler and Linares Systems, could not foresee the adolescent boys breaking the containers and using the toxic materials for recreational purpose. Mahler, was acting within the regular standards of care. The boys trespassed on the private property of Linares Systems, who had no affiliation with such toxins. The boys, by physically breaking the seals and knowing that the caution, Keep Away, meant that the material in the containers were a possible danger to them. If danger is to be expected, there is a duty of vigilance whether danger is inherent or imminent. The boys disregarded vigilance and caution when they directly disregarded the signs of warning. The defendants are not liable for the injury sustained by the plaintiff. Caution signs serve a purpose to inform us of probable danger and when danger is foreseen we must avoid such danger. If you ignore such signs of warning then you are negligent and liable for the consequences of such actions. We cannot live in a society where signs of caution and warning mean nothing. They serve to inform us and influence our actions to keep away from ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Leah Case Study Psychology 1). Four psychological components Leah faces are lower cognitive levels, language delays, the death of her father, and struggles with organizing and interpreting information. Leah is a fourth grader, and is scoring at a second grade level in her core education classes. Her language is poor, and when she is around her peers she does not understand how to communicate so she makes animal noises. Leah s father past away due to a violent attack. Even though, she did not witness the attack, but she did witness her father getting transported by ambulance to the hospital and subsequently dying. Leah suffers from being able to organize and interpret information skills, also known as perceptual skills. Leah can barely sound out sight words and does not ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Some treatment activities Leah and I would do consist of chewing on gum giving her something to put in her mouth so she is not oral seeking. Another activity we would do is use a lycra tunnel and have her crawl like a dog through it giving her proprioceptive input. Leah and I also would think of fun ways to write letter formations in such things as shaving cream, on the iPad, or just writing on a marker board with different colored markers. 8). There are many different recommendations/accommodations I could give Leah s classroom teacher. Such as; Sitting on a disco sit for Leah to try and control her movement. Chewlry or providing bubble gum for a class period so she can chew on something rather than putting random objects in her mouth. Providing Leah a fidget or Velcro under her desk to play with rather than having her touching things she should not be. Allowing Leah to keep a letter strip at her desk for a quick reference, reminding her which way letters go. And, when teaching hard letter formations use chalk on construction paper. This provides increased sensory input by slowing the writing process ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. The Rise Of Donald Trump With the rise of Donald Trump in the United States and of European far right wing parties (some with fascist tendencies) we are seeing a new rise of conservatism in the western world in the last years. Why has this happened so fast? Is a natural tendency that follows too liberal and progressive governments? The western world is suffering an identity crisis, which has resulted in 2 antagonistic groups that today face each other (a perfect example of this is the radicalization of the Democratic and Republican party in the US). We have those who want to completely broke from the classical western values and whish to reshape the west favouring progress and relativism in one hand and in the other we have the people who defend traditional western values in the form of Christianity and morality and want them to see them implemented in the policies of their respective countries. We can trace this radicalization according to Jim George to the liberalization of belief system in the 60s inside the Western countries especially the United States and outside these in the fight against communism. The appearance of these ideological trends generated a counter culture among traditionalist groups that generated a boom in neoconservative thought. Both groups were an extremist minority within their respective traditional ideological currents; the right and left. However in recent years with the growing influx of refugees, the economic and security crisis coupled with the loss of values in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Casey Martin Case Summary Facts: Casey Martin is a talented golfer with many achievements throughout his golf career. He also has a disability under the ADA, known as the Klippel Trenaunay Weber Syndrome, affecting the flow of blood from this right leg back to his heart. The disease is progressive, causing severe pain, where if he walked an 18 hole golf course, it would create a risk of hemorrhaging, developing blood clots, etc. When Martin became a professional golfer, he qualified for the final round of the qualifying competition. He made a request to use a golf cart during the professional tours, supporting his reasoning with medical records; PGA Tour, Inc. refused because the competitive nature of the game would be fundamentally altered if Martin were given an unfair advantage. Martin filed a suit under Title III of the ADA, which requires that an entity operating public accommodations to make reasonable modifications in its policies when...necessary to afford such...accommodations ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Paul: The definition of place of exhibition or entertainment, [as a public accommodation, covered participants] in some sport or activity [as well as] spectators or listeners. The court believes this opinion applies with Title II of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to golfers and golf tournaments, where PGA cannot discriminate against spectators or competitors on the basis of disability. o PGA s golf tours and their qualifying rounds fit within the scope of Title III and within Martin s protection, being that a golf course is considered a public accommodation, where PGA leases these golf courses. PGA must not discriminate against any individual in the full and equal enjoyment of the goods... Title III, therefore, prohibits PGA from denying Martin equal access to the golf courses. 2. Allowing Martin to use a cart, aside the walking rule, is not a modification that would change the nature of the game. The purpose of the walking rule is not compromised by allowing Martin to use a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. The Death Penalty Is A Capital Punishment What is the death penalty? The death penalty is a capital punishment that is punishable by death or execution. This is usually given to people that have committed serious offences or capital crimes. There are 31 states in the United States that are for the death penalty. Crimes that are punishable by the death penalty, vary from state to state. Examples of such crimes are; first degree murder or premeditated murder, murder with special circumstances, such as: intended, multiple, and murder which involves another crime, rape with additional bodily harm, and the federal crime of treason. The first known civilization to use some type of death penalty, were the Babylonian s. The Babylonians developed a law called The Code of Hammurabi around the 1700 s BC, which consisted of twenty five crimes, that were punishable by death. These crimes included adultery and helping slaves escape. This code was to become the stepping stones of laws of many civilizations to come. In the Tenth Century A.D., hanging became the usual method of execution in Britain. In the following next century, William the Conqueror, king of England would not allow people to be executed for any crime, except in times of war. This did not last, for in the Sixteenth Century, under the reign of Henry VIII, as many as 72,000 people are estimated to have been executed, by boiling, burning at the stake, hanging, and beheading. Capital punishment has had a long history in the United States. Before ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. How Racism Caused By Colonization, Age, And Gender Have A... In 1958 Martin Luther King Jr. was quoted saying Hate begets hate; violence begets violence . Unfortunately for some, the violence and hate they receive begets violence and hate deep into themselves. For the Inuit people of northern Canada, racism presented through colonial violence and acculturation has caused a crippling affliction. The effect of this violence has manifested itself into various other forms of viciousness; domestic violence, substance abuse, neglect and self harm are only a few. The perpetuation of this malicious cycle has created an exponential rise in violence against oneself. Additionally, the process of growing up and creating an identity is extremely difficult. Whereas, developing into an adult when faced with violence is exceptionally harder. Many young Inuit males succumb to this hardship. In comparison to the general population, adolescent Inuit males have a disproportionately high suicide rate. Through an intersectional analysis, I will examine the how racism caused by colonization, age, and gender have caused one of the highest suicide rates in the world. The act of committing suicide in Inuit communities has changed drastically. Previously, an ill or elder person would take their lives. This would be considered dying with ancient dignity as a response to the burden they may put on their families (Kral, 2013). There were very few recorded suicides amongst Inuit youth before the 1980 s (Working Group, 2009). The figures began to rise in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Analysis Of The Book The Overthrow Regime Change On The... 1. What is Kinzer s thesis (what is he arguing in this book)? Kinzer s thesis in the book the Overthrow is regime change in the United States. The author explains how regime change has been happening over one hundred years and how it is nothing new for the United States. He well explains and gives great example of how the United States is willing to do anything to other governments in order for them to accomplish their goals. Kinzer states that the US has overthrown fourteen different foreign governments around the world such as Hawaii, Chile, Iraq, South Vietnam, and others. The government overthrows these countries without misgiving the outcomes they will cause to them. In most cases, however, it acted mainly for economic reasons ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Another example is the overthrow of Nicaragua. The United States overthrow Nicaragua with the excuse that they wanted security for the US. When in reality it was because they were supporting companies from the United States that wanted to work in Nicaragua. In my opinion, the United States was an egoist in most of their overthrows because they only cared of their own benefits. 3. Geographically, where does each chapter focus (ie. Hawaii, Afghanistan, etc.)? Do any of the locations surprise you? Chapter one focuses on: Hawaii Chapter two focuses on: Cuba, Philippines, Puerto Rico president McKinley Chapter three focuses on: Nicaragua Chapter four focuses on: Virginia, Honduras Chapter six focuses on: Guatemala Chapter seven focuses on: South Vietnam Chapter eight focuses on: Chile Chapter nine focuses on: Iran Chapter ten focuses on: Grenada Chapter eleven focuses on: Panama Chapter twelve focuses on: Afghanistan Chapter thirteen focuses on: Iraq Chapter fourteen focuses on: Iraq In reality, most of these locations surprise me because I would have never imagined that the US overthrew many countries. I was never well informed of all the overthrows the US has done especially in the way they did it. In most of the history classes, I have taken they usually try to make the US look good and never like the bad country. For that reason, is why I really enjoyed and appreciated this book. 4. Who are the main historical actors in each chapter (i.e. who are the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...