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Kill Devil Hill Challenges
Think about inventing something that no one has never imagined before. Wouldn t it be cool? Now
imagine how hard it would be. Really hard right? Well, while constructing the first aircraft, the Wright
brothers went through many problems and challenges, but they had to learn how to overcome them.
For example, they went through weather issues, religious problems and technical difficulties. They
must of had incredible inventing skills to overcome these complicated challenges! The weather in Kill
Devil Hill affected the process of inventing the first motorized aircraft. When the aircraft first arrived
in Kill Devil Hills, the weather was despot and stormy, however, that challenge did not stop the
brothers. They kept on working on assembling the aircraft. After a crash, the airplane was ready to fly
again. on the day it was planned to fly, the winds were too strong. The wind was going at a speed of
25 miles per hour. The Wright brothers waited a while for the winds to slow down, but it never did, so
the brothers tried anyways. There was a major problem that hindered the use of the first motorized
aircraft. That problem was that the brothers wanted to try one last time to stay in the air for one whole
minute. As the crew carried the airplane to the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
When the Wright brothers were done repairing the airplane after a crash, the aircraft was ready to fly
the next day. That day was Saturday, January 12th, but on that day the winds were too light, the winds
were stronger on the next day, Sunday, January 13th. This is when religion kicks in. Since that day
was a Sunday, they could not fly that day, according to the promise that the Wrights brothers made to
their father, who was a very platonic person. The promise that they would not fly on Sundays. Adding
to that, the brothers were all ready behind schedule, so they planned for the first motorized aircraft to
fly on the next day, which would be Monday, December
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The Ethics Of Using Stem Cells
A fairly new area of research has emerged in which scientists are looking into using stem cells for
various sources. One of the major problems that arose with this new area of research was the ethics of
using embryonic stem cells (ESCs) to conduct research. This brought up problems, especially within
the Catholic Church, as to when does life first begin. Taking these undeveloped embryos was seen as
taking the life of an unborn child. New insights into this area of research have shed light onto
alternative methods of studying using stem cells. This includes the reprogramming of various cells
into a state that can be programmed into various tissue types in the body. Of course as promising as
this area of research sounds, there are many implications that need to be studied further before
scientists are ready to administer such treatment to patients on a large scale. This paper will seek to
familiarize readers with stem cells, the idea of pluripotency, what cellular reprogramming is, the
benefits and drawbacks of cellular reprogramming, and applications of reprogramming. For starters, a
stem cell is an undifferentiated cell that is capable of regenerating itself or becoming induced into a
specific tissue or organ for specialized functions under certain physiological functions. All stem cells
have the following three things in common: they are capable of renewing and dividing themselves
over an extended period of time, they are not specialized, and they are able to give rise
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Majestic Parthenon
Throughout the years architects have been able to display their artistic abilities by showcasing their
different styles and capabilities in structures that still stand from thousands of years ago. This essay
will provide an explanation of my preference for this image, a short history of its construction, a brief
analysis of the buildings function, as well as the style of the amazing archaic Parthenon of ancient
Athens.
A few semesters ago I took Greek and Roman Civilization at the University of the People, while
taking this class I learned a great deal of information regarding the majestic Parthenon and I was
excited to see that it was one of the pictures available for this assignment. Due to the mere fact that I
studied this building and its amazing history, it only seems right to begin with a brief history of how it
became what it is today. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Its construction was ordered by the Athenian political leader Pericles, following the end of the
Peloponnesian War to symbolize Athens power and influence in the Mediterranean. The Parthenon
was built by the architects Iktinos and Kallikrates (Sakoulas, 2002) and was utilized for religious
functions, more specifically as a dedication to Athena, who according to Greek mythology, was the
Greek goddess of reason, intelligent activity, arts, and literature ( Athena, 1997).
Amazingly, over 2,500 years later the Parthenon s remains, still stand, gloriously on top of the
Acropolis. Furthermore, the wear and tear of the temple tells an amazing story. Not only has this
magnificent structure survived earthquakes, being set on fire, being blown apart by exploding
gunpowder, a multitude of lootings, it continues to face the woes of pollution daily. However, through
all this you can still see that the Parthenon was a perfect representation of the power Athens held
throughout 5th Century
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Engstrom Auto Mirror Plant Essay
Issues/Problem
In the Engstrom Auto Mirror Plant case, the main problem is the lack of employee motivation. There
are a few issues that contributed to this main problem. First issue would be an unnecessary extrinsic
motivator of bonuses to the Scanlon Plan. Originally, workers had intrinsic motivation from
communication meetings, which provides feedback for the company. However with the additional
extrinsic motivator, employees find the tasks over sufficiently justified under the self perception effect
so intrinsic value would be lowered. When bonuses stopped, employees lost motivation to work.
Another issue would be about the equity theory. In the plan, workers earn the same amount from the
bonuses regardless of the effort implemented. Therefore some Engstrom workers lost motivation since
supervisors work less but are still paid equally. This resulted in many workers complaining due to an
inequality of ratios. The last issue in the Scanlon Plan occurred when the company decided to lay
people off. Employees ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
This would secure the basic level on Maslow s hierarchy. Afterwards, management could make job
security conditional on each team s performance. Teams who fail to meet the requirements would have
one member laid off and teams who excel would acquire bonuses. As a result, keeping one s job is an
extrinsic motivator, teamwork is encouraged and the E P O link would be tightened. However intrinsic
motivation goes down and there is conflict between teams.
Management could abolish the Scanlon Plan and advocate an individually based incentive plan.
Workers would earn bonuses according to their personal performances. This would be a great extrinsic
motivator for employees but this would lower the intrinsic value. Additionally, the free rider problem
and equity theory could be solved. However this plan does not reward teamwork and this would cause
conflict between
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Septic Tank Research Paper
Are you considering purchasing a home that has a septic tank, but you ve never owned a septic tank
before? Are you wondering how to make sure that your septic tank works properly? Here are a few
tips to making sure that your system continues to work efficiently:
Have it cleaned as soon as possible: If it s been years since the last cleaning or the previous owners
don t remember the last time they called a septic tank service to have it cleaned out, the tank could be
full or nearly full. By cleaning it out now, even if it s not quite full, you ll be able to better keep track
of the time your particular household needs between pumpings. On average, a household of two can
go approximately six years between septic tank service calls if you have
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The Great Purge Of The Cold War
Joseph Stalin s determination greatly affected his leadership and led to the beginnings of the Cold War.
His determination allowed him to rise to power and destroy all opposition against his reign. The Great
Purge, one of the greatest terrors in history, was also done due to his determination to stay in power.
This same determination led to, as well as shaped, a large quantity of the events of World War 2. His
leadership was similar to the leadership of Adolf Hitler, yet because of his determination, was quite
different, and quite possibly more effective. In the end his determination for power led to the events of
the Cold War.
This determination greatly affected Stalin s rise to power, and allowed him to completely decimate all
opposition to his leadership. Originally, Stalin was a powerless citizen of the USSR, yet he managed
to quickly rise to the top of the political field. He began his role in politics by joining the Bolsheviks
in 1903. Due to his thirst for power he steadily rose through the ranks of the party and was soon the
General Secretary. The Bolshevik insurrection to Russian leadership was successful and placed Stalin
in a position of great power. He then used his power to isolate members of the party in an attempt to
take away their power and popularity. Determined to gain absolute dominance over the other
members, he caused the dismissal, and possibly the deaths, of several of his political opponents. This
left him in total rule over the Communist party,
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Comparison Of Alexander Pope, Aristotle And William...
Poems vs. Prose
(A comparison between Alexander Pope, Aristotle and William Woodsworth compared to Virginia
Woolf.) Virgina Woolf was one of the most gifted modernists writers. She started writing novels and
trying to compete with others, but she had her own views. She took a stance on poets and people who
wrote prose. With her unique style she chose to write in letterform. Her ideas were similar to three
other prominent writes. William Woodsworth who was born in 1770 was a prominent writer whose
writing was challenged when the war started. He was an orphan and started writing. Eventually he was
an influential writer, but took a slightly different stance on prose and poetry then Virginia Woolf.
Alexander Pope who was born almost a hundred years earlier was also a writer that many people
admired. He showed London and the world his only feelings and his views, which were similar to
Woolf. Lastly, the oldest poet Aristotle who was born in 385 B.C. was a Greek who changed writing.
He also published their views. While there were many years that separated these individuals they all
described an idea that was based off of prose versus poets. All held a high position in society, but
show different ideas. Alexander Woolf wrote a letter that held similar ideas to Aristotle, Alexander
Pope and William Woodsworth. Aristotle held his own personal views regarding prose and poets that
were similar to Virginia Woolf. Both Aristotle and Woolf believed that people needed to be united in
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The Circus Maximus
The Circus Maximus
The Circus Maximus, located in the Vallis Murcia (valley between the Aventine and Palatine hills) in
Rome, was an ancient hippodrome and mass entertainment venue for the citizens of Rome. The Circus
Maximus was first utilised for public games and entertainment by the Etruscan kings of Rome. The
first games of the Ludi Romani (Roman Games) were staged there under the rule of Tarquinius
Priscus, the fifth Etruscan ruler of Rome. They were in held in early September at the end of the
military year. The games began with a religious ceremony that opened with what Ovid describes as a
golden procession of all the most important religious and civil authorites . Statues of the Gods were
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Contraptions invented to indicate the number of laps that had been run were positioned at each end of
the stadium. At one end seven wooden eggs, representing Leda s eggs from which Zeus twin sons,
Castor and Pollux were said to have been born. These were erected by the censors Fulvius Flaccus and
Postumius Albinus in 174 BC to indicate the laps completed. At the opposite end, seven dolphins,
made of bronze, honouring Neptune, the patron of the equites (horses and riders), were added by
Agrippa in 33 BC. (Evidence provided in Source 2.) This shows that the Circus Maximus was not only
used for entertainment purposes but also as a form of propaganda, and allow powerful men to make
their mark on Roman society and ensure they were not forgotten.
Most of the charioteers, known as auriga were slaves or freedmen, but if they survived they could
become very wealthy. The horses were from stud farms in the provinces and brought from Africa and
Spain. The Roman officials demanded that only the best horses should compete in their races at the
Circus Maximus.
Halfway down the right hand side of the barrier, a white line extends across the track, this was known
as the linea alba (finishing line). To win a race, a team must be the first to cross this line at the end of
the seventh lap. In front of the finishing line a temple is built into the stands on the Aventine hill,
presided over by
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Founding Fathers Hypocritical
The founding fathers may have been smart but they were lacking of important human qualities.
Compared to some of the world leaders we have today, that s no question. Despite being that smart,
you would think they would try not to be hypocritical, when writing one of the most important
document in the history of the United States. The constitution s preamble is hypocritical, it was then
and it is now, but more so in 1789. The Preamble was hypocritical in 1789 because of the voting
system that the US had, when the Preamble says Insure domestic Tranquility , and when the Preamble
says We the people.
The founding fathers brought in a system of voting for their leader, this system was very corrupt at the
time of 1789, and made the preamble look even more hypocritical. The major reason that this made
the Preamble look bad is because the Preamble said We the people, the word people, means ... group
of human beings (men or women or children) collectively The main word in the definition is human,
this means everyone. The last time I checked, only rich property owning white guys could vote in the
US states in 1789, excluding Virginia where women could vote. There are also other reasons for the
voting system making the Preamble hypocritical, like the fact that the Preamble says they will secure
the Blessings of Liberty for ourselves... this is hypocritical because the voting system only let some
people secure their blessings, like bankers and merchants, the other people
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The Pros And Cons Of Mothers Against Drunk Driving
On February 3, 2017, Tim Piazza, a sophomore here at Penn State, tragically lost his life at the Beta
Theta Pi fraternity house. This horrific event was a result of irresponsible consumption of alcohol and
binge drinking. Sadly, this is not an isolated incident. Around the nation, countless young adults have
lost their life due to the thoughtless consumption of alcohol. Unfortunately, the common census
between the majority of the average day Americans is that the most effective way to make drinking
safer for young adults is enforcing a minimum drinking age of twenty one. This law, as well as the
common census, are a direct result from the efforts of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) more
than thirty years ago ( Drinking Culture ). MADD s objective and goal is quite understandable; they
want the young adults of today s world to be safe and not put themselves into dangerous situations
with alcohol, but they doing more harm than good. ( The Problem ). Safety is the single objective from
each side in this argument, but MADD s flawed logic and ignorance to reality has formed a belief that
results in an unsafe drinking culture, resulting in more deaths, such as the tragic passing of Tim
Piazza, unless the drinking age is lowered to eighteen, as well as establishing an open dialogue about
drinking itself. Mothers Against Drunk Driving aims to create the safest possible environment for a
young adults to develop, but their argument contains a sense of ignorance to the reality
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Stereotypes In Animation
A valid complaint about animation that is rarely addressed is the reinforcement of gender roles and
racial stereotypes. Though violence, obesity, commercialization, and short attention spans are also
legitimate complaints, the issues of race relations and gender roles create widespread effects. This is
not an issue specific to animation; it is prevalent in all forms of entertainment. Yet if we, as a culture,
are to remove these issues from our media, we should be focusing on changing perceptions of the
youngest members of our culture. A large issue with children s cartoons is a lack of valid
representation. (Parasecoli FIND DATE) What little representation that exists borders on stereotypes,
and is catered towards white culture. This underrepresentation is prevalent even in the advertisements
of children s programs. Few commercials feature people of color, and those that do typically retain a
white child in a position of power. (Merskin 2008) The lack of representation is so great that it has
spawned the term Symbolic annihilation. (Klien Shiffman 2009) Those who consume more media are
more vulnerable to this tacit confirmation of some groups as unimportant. (Klien Shiffman 2009)
Because Children s television exposure begins in infancy and persists throughout their lifetimes...
what is learned during the early years is critical. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
It affects them no differently to talking about sticks, stones, people, houses, cars...they re going to
listen, they re going to respect what you re saying and they re going to move on. I ve probably spoken
to well over 50,000 kids in my time. Most four and five year olds are probably going to look at you
and go oh, that s fine. The idea that if somebody talks to a young child that somehow that s going to
make them become gay or become lesbian, or act gay or act lesbian...there isn t a shred of empirical
evidence to suggest that that s remotely true. (Qtd. In Weisz
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Abuse Of Prescription Drug Abuse
When people hear of prescription drug abuse they think of people that do not have a prescription using
the drug for other reasons but this is not always the case. People that get a prescription, may abuse it
by misuse of selling them, or by over use. Many different types of prescription drugs are very
addictive and used out of control. They can have some serious effects on a person.
Why does so many people abuse prescription drugs? Some will say it is safer than street drugs since it
is FDA approved. Is it because prescription drugs are easier to get a hold of and sometimes cheaper?
Some believe it is safe for them to consume because it was given to them by a Physician. That is not
the case many Doctors have given out medication because the patient will come in knowing what
symptoms to say to get what they need. In today s time, it is so easy to run to the doctor and get some
sort of prescription drug. It does not take much to get one, most doctors today do not even try to find
the main cause to the problem they just write a prescription and send a person on their way. This is a
one major problem that leads to abuse of prescription drugs. Why would someone want to take
something if it is not going to help them with the main problem? So the person is not getting help on
what could be causing their problem, but given something to ease the problem. As soon as the
medication wears off, the problem is back. Of course sometimes it may help in fixing the problem but
in most cases
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Centurion Media
For the exclusive use of M. Hossain Centurion Media: Doing the Right Thing Carolyn Conn, St.
Edward s University Aundrea Kay Guess, St. Edward s University Jonathan Hiatt, St. Edward s
University E rP os t NA0005 No tC op yo ach time Richard Bennett reached across his desk for the
mail and other documents his assistant had placed in his in box, he smiled because he thought of the
friendly disagreement with his wife about the proper way to handle this task. His approach was top
down. Whatever was on top of the in box was dealt with first, then down through the stack until it was
all finished. His wife preferred the priority method, first sorting through everything to determine the
urgency of each item. Bennett felt that was ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Revenues for his group s cable systems had almost doubled annually since his first year as regional
vice president. His group had been recognized for their accomplishments as the Outstanding Team
nationwide at the previous year s Centurion Media annual banquet. In Bennett s opinion, the
Northpark contract would destroy everything Bennett s group had done in their region during the past
ten years. Bennett wondered if the other vice presidents had received their copies of the contract. He
had to get to the bottom of this and try to avert financial calamity. He knew he had to be careful. One
of Bennett s golfing buddies who was in upper management of Centurion s newspaper division had
had a run in with Fowler at a corporate meeting the month after he became president of the cable
division. His buddy warned Bennett not to trust Fowler. Bennett called his sales director, Vicki Porter.
2 Vicki, you are never going to believe what I got by special courier this morning. It s a contract
signed by Joseph Fowler between Centurion Cable and Northpark Media and we ve got to sell them
any of our advertising inventory they want at rates way below what we are charging this year and
below many of the annual contracts we already have with advertisers for the coming year. Those
customers are going to be furious if they ever hear about this and, you know they will. Worse still is
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The Unknown World of Web Design Essay
Hundreds of thousands of people surf the internet every day visiting web sites like Facebook and
Twitter. Though millions of web sites are all similar in a way, the average person overlooks the
similarities. They are oblivious to an entire language that is so complex that it can be used to create the
most beautiful and simple creations on the web. This language is used to create Facebook, Twitter,
Google, and even your everyday blog. In order to understand this language fully one must spend
countless hours behind a computer screen working through problems, going thought books, as well as
looking though others work to see how they solved problems. This evolutionary language is known by
today s computer scientist as hypertext markup ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
HTML was used to create web pages all over the internet making it into what it is today. It was not
long after HTML was created that it was questioned as to whether or not it was advanced enough to
keep up with the rapid advancement of the internet. This lead to closing the development on HTML by
the World Wide Web Consortium or W3C in 1998. After the closing of development on HTML in
1998 the W3C began to work on a new project to replace HTML known as extensible hypertext
markup language or XHTML. XHTML was used in the same way as HTML and was very similar.
XHTML was designed to allow for more flexibility with design and lead the world into the 21 century
with web design. All of the promises of XHTML were broken as the computer world put down
XHTML and refused to show support for the new computer language. XHTML was mostly criticized
for not being very forgivable in the way HTML was. If a couple lines were off in HTML the web page
would generate without the content associated with the error or even figure out what the programmer
was trying to say. This allowed for programmers to see exactly what was wrong without allowing for
the average person to tell. XHTML was not forgivable and would not generate any content if a single
line was wrong. This frustrated programmers as it cost them countless hours looking through lines and
lines looking for that one error that was causing the whole page not to load. Not only did XHTML
make
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An Analysis of President Obama’s Remarks about Marijuana...
In a recent interview with David Remnick, a journalist from The New Yorker magazine, President
Barack Obama made some controversial remarks about legalizing marijuana. President Obama stated
that he did not think that marijuana was more dangerous than alcohol (Remnick). This comment has
caused proponents of legalizing marijuana to praise the President, while opponents are criticizing him
for seemingly supporting this banned substance. Author Frank James of NPR.org wrote an article
entitled Obama s Marijuana Remarks Light Up Legalization Debate. James explains how those who
support legalization were encouraged by Obama s comments. In contrast, an article published by
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The anti drug group thinks that the President is giving a picture of the medical downside of the drug
and how it is really proceed. Others feel that he is showing a laissez fair attitude for the issues dealing
with marijuana policy. Why is the president not giving a clear guidance of the issues with the drug?
What they know about the drug is that it help chemo patients with nausea and glaucoma. Some of the
anti group fear how much can the people in these two states smoke or take before they can get on the
road to drive to their destination on. A research with fox show that 64% of people are in favor for
legalization marijuana use. People often think that the president is not taking the situation seriously,
and is overlooking the topic. In addition, others think that he is going against his cabinet and the drug
policy. Not only do they feel Obama is being a hypocrite about the situation, but also they feel that the
people who are against it are too. Reading these two articles shows that both of the different parties
have a legit reason on why they do not agree or agree with the precaution the government is taking
with this topic about drugs. If I had a choice I would not legalize the drug because it causes and add
conflict to more problems we are facing in America. Also we are facing bigger problem in this country
other than drugs. However, like the articles stated when you think of drugs you think of the poor
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Structuralism And Post-Structuralism In Language
Structuralism originated in the works of Ferdinand de Saussure, a Swiss linguist in the 20th century.
An attempt to study a specific whole as a complex system of interrelated parts, it soon came to be
applied to many other fields. Structuralism is closely related to Semiotics and Saussure focused on the
underlying system of language, langue instead of the use of language. Yet, the discovery of langue is
possible only with an examination of parole, speech. Apart from favouring the synchronic
development of language over the diachronic version, he also asserts that linguistic signs consist of a
signifier and a signified. Hence, this approach is different from those that focus on the relationships
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However, Post Structuralist writing is emotive. Such texts will tend to be euphoric, urgent and flashy.
The general notion of Structuralism is that the world is constructed by language. It is only through
linguistics, that reality is envisioned. In contrast, Post Structuralism argues that realities are created by
languages. All aspects of human experience become textual and everything one thinks of, be it about
self or the world, depends on language.
Both Structuralism and Post Structuralism arise from Saussure s linguistic theory and so, emphasize
on language. In this way, there are identical. Moreover, both accept language as a system of signs that
exists separately from any physical or mental reality. Similarly, Structuralism and Post Structuralism
will also together acknowledge that a subject is possible only through language. Hence, language
overrides humans as the source of action and meaning and so, Structuralism and Post Structuralism
are non humanistic [5]. Structuralism is deterministic as all power to structure one s perceptions lie
with the system. Hence, Structuralism is, in particular, anti humanist
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Advantages Of Mega Trastevere Bed And Breakfast
Mega Trastevere is a charming Bed and Breakfast Solution For Those who want to live the comfort of
a hotel with the price of a bed breakfast in one of the most beautiful city in the world. Very close to the
important and beautiful monuments and squares of the city(Piazza Navona, the Pantheon,s Campo dei
Fiori Square, Santa Maria in Trastevere Square, the Gianicolo hill, Venezia Square, the Colosseum, the
Campidoglio, Portaportese outdoor market, etc.). , the most part of this sites are reachable on foot and
the others just with few bus or tram stops The B B will be run by Michela and Giovanna in the Sister s
newly renovated home. The Mega Trastevere Bed Breakfast has two competitive advantages that will
ensure profitability. The first is sisters s unrelentless attention to personal service. We recognizes that
most important job is to pamper the guests, allowing ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Ages 25 65. Families, young couples, catholic people . An income over $30,000. Enjoys traveling in a
beautiful old city for the sake of seeing antiques things and meeting people . Tend to use B Bs when
traveling instead of hotels. Enjoys Roman atmosphere with typical restaurants to taste delicious
Roman food, and many bars to see the real urban nightlife Market Needs Mega Trastevere Bed
Breakfast provides its customers with a beautiful, relaxing, bed breakfast. The Mega Trastevere Bed
Breakfast seeks to fulfill the following benefits that are important to their customers Selection: The
Mega Trastevere has 3 different rooms, each with its own unique, breathtaking view of the City .
Accessibility: The B B is located within 10 minutes of the city Centre station, providing accessibility
for people from trastevere area to travel in the International airport Customer Service: The customers
will be impressed with the level of attention that they receive. Competitive Pricing: All rooms will be
competitively priced relative to similar B Bs.s. Market
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Pros And Cons Of Tanking
The idea of winning is one everyone enjoys. The feeling of winning is incomparable to anything else,
and overall creates everlasting memories. When a team can t win, it can be due to the talent, the
coaching staff, or overall just not being good enough. Consistently being atop the totem pole that is
the NBA is nearly impossible, but many teams have tried, similar to the Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles
Lakers, and the Boston Celtics. When a team is not good enough to win the NBA Finals or to even
compete for a playoff berth, there are two paths those teams can take, to try their best to win, or to
tank. Tanking is the overall idea that teams lose games on purpose in order to better their odds at
getting a top draft pick (Thompson). Tanking is something that teams should not do, and is something
that should not be condoned (claim of policy). This could be done by changing the overall dynamic of
the draft lottery and perhaps putting into place things that penalize teams for being awful. In the NBA,
the worse the record a team has, the higher opportunity they have at getting the number one overall
pick and selecting what they claim to be the next Michael Jordan. While the idea of doing that is a
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While it is near impossible to be a top end team in the NBA, there is no point in losing just to try to
get there. Teams that end up being successful get there through things like free agency, hitting on later
draft picks, or just having a valuable core of players stick around to try to bring a ring to their
hometown. Regardless of how good the team is, winning is what drives them. Competition drives
individuals to become better at what they do. The elation that comes with winning is incredible and
losing on purpose just to try to ensure future wins just doesn t make
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The Rise Of Imperialism
I am struggling with the term imperialism, since I don t see the U.S. as an empire even though they did
occupy different territories over the years; however, when discussing the new imperialism, he does
elaborate on how the Brits, the French, and the German have taken a different approach stating the
following: The British in India, it is said, have abolished suttee; the French in Africa have made
Timbuctoo accessible to the methods of modern commerce and to the allurements of Parisian art; the
Germans have made the forms of their bureaucracy familiar in darkest Kiao Chao... (Dunning, 814).
All nations mentioned in one way or another improve the lives of those they govern, but that is
nothing new, looking back in history every empire did
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Love And Relationship In Shakespeare s Milun
Milun is a story about a knight who is in love with a mistress, but are unable to be together as she is
forced to marry a wealthy baron. Milun s and mistress s uncontrollable lust and love consequently
cause them to conceive a child together. The fear of their affair being shown in broad daylight causes
them to send their child to live with his aunt. Milun entrusts his son with a ring as a parting gift so that
he would be able to recognize him when he gets older. Milun and his mistress are separated from each
other in order to hide their relationship. They maintained their relationship for twenty years by
communicating in a unique way. They were able to send messages to each other through a swan. This
was done by making the goose fast making the goose hungry so that it would go back to the place
where it knows it will surely be fed. Within the time gap of twenty years, their son grows older and
learns about his father and all his chivalrous actions. In the excitement of knowing his father s virtues
Milun s son sets out on a journey to find him. We are able to see that in order to maintain a reputation
one must have honor and integrity even if it means sacrificing personal desires.
In order to have honor and integrity one must be able to sacrifice their own personal happiness. In
lines 279 280 For twenty years they lived like this, Milun and his mistress. It shows how Milun and
the mistress have been in a secret relationship for twenty years and still not have eloped. If
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Captain Boning Case Study
Captain Boning failed to apply the SOF imperative of Anticipate Long Term Effects with the choices
he made. His decision to have an improper relationship with Tsung led to his manipulation, which led
to him not being able to perform his only task, and compromised the mission. His actions undermined
the American Delegation by putting his personal interest above his responsibilities. He was not able to
recognize that his actions led to the American Delegation to failure and the long term consequences
from it. Boning also failed to apply the SOF imperative of Recognize Political Implications ; his
actions had international consequences that hurt American interest in Asia. This led to the loss of
American credibility with the Asian delegations
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Political Stereotypes In Scandal
The political thriller Scandal which began airing in 2012 has become an immensely popular television
show. The protagonist Olivia Pope is portrayed by the actress Kerry Washington. Olivia Pope is a
crisis manager who runs her own firm, Pope Associates, which specializes in managing political
situations and making the problems of the elite go away. Scandal, challenges the mainstream blueprint
used to construct most television shows in Western society. Primarily, Scandal breaks down
stereotypes of African Americans and females in general in society. There are many ways in which
Scandal achieves these goals. Scandal has a diverse cast of characters normally not portraited on
television. The characters do not conform to the stereotypes that have made other similar characters
successful. Scandals also uses on screen and off screen choices that contrast choices typically made by
the television industry. Through these different choices Scandal portrays African Americans and
women on television in a way which is far from common in the industry.
Television is widely considered a more racial and gender friendly medium of popular culture.
However, prime time television is not nearly as progressive as people believe, and is still a male
dominated industry. In a report done by the Institute for Diversity and Empowerment at Annenberg,
11,306 speaking characters were evaluated and 66.5% were male, while 33.5% were female [1].
Moreover, 41.6% of females in television took leading or
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Government Regulations Research Paper
Government Regulations Is Americans health on the decline? The government seems to think so.
There are many ways the government should change the regulations. I think the government should
change the regulations to help better our lifestyle. By changing the regulations it would lead us to
better our health. Also excersising will improve our health physically and mentally. There are many
benefits for exrcise helps your skin be clear, also increase your relaxations for better sleep, stronger
immune system. Then you are also less stressed. When you are excersieng your bones and musceles
grow stronger. Excersise helps you have a healthy heart, therefore you it helps you lower your risk of
heart disease , and improve your blood cholesterol levels. You can have a lower risk of cancer such as
colon, brest, and lung when you workout. If you have arthritis swimming will help to ease the pain.
And of course working out helps you maintain a healthy weight. Another way to improve you health is
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Well all you need to do is read the nutrition label of the product of the food label. The food labels
provide you with information about that specific nutrients in that product. The label shows you
calories, fats, protiens, fiber, vitimans, and minerals. The labels also tell you how much a suriving size
is, and also how much serving there are in that product. By reading these labels youll be sure that you
are getting the right nutrients you need in order to live a healther life style. A healthy lifestyle can help
you prevent or delay the onset od diabietes. The you can see if you need to stop eating a lot or
drinking a lot of something to stop been over weight, blood sugar, blood pressure , and blood
cholesterol. Two ways to maintain your weight are proper nutrition and physical activity. Choosing
what you put into your body and lifestyle will benefit and better yourself in many different
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American Art Before and After World War Ii
American Art before and after World War II
Marty Rieth
ARTS/125
June 27, 2016
Sarah Baer
American Art before and after World War II
The objective for the following paper is to discuss issues concerning American art before and after
World War II. The discussion will include an examination of the artwork of three artists. Two artists
will have worked during the Great Depression and one artist will have been an Abstract Expressionist.
In discussing the artists work, a description of each work and its style will be included. An
examination into the Great Depression and the purpose of artwork created during that time, whether
they were tools for social reform, and other types of messaging that were present in the works will be
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The painting includes a woman and a man with a house in the background. The woman is clothed in
appears to be an apron and she has a look on her face that resembles a look someone has when they
are mad. The man is clothed in overalls and holding a pitchfork as if telling the viewer to go to work.
The house is of Gothic architecture with flowers on the porch that is meant to represent the idea if you
want something you have to work for it.
Purpose of Artwork The Great Depression caused artists to create images that depicted a society of
individuals who were hard workers. Images were set in an atmosphere that was, both, recognizable
and relatable. Art was being created by all races therefore the government realized the impact it was
having and they sought to promote social reform. During this time industry executives wanted to
convey a message to society that they had the workers best interest at heart. Artists used murals to
depict images of trade, industry, and mill work. These workers were influenced by the murals because
it was something that made them feel like they were respected. This respect had a positive impact and
therefore was a contributing factor to social reform.
Conclusion
Creations of art during The Great Depression couldn t have been more perfect than the works by
Maynard Dixon and Grant Wood. In a style dubbed social realism Maynard Dixon created Springtime
on Bear Mountain which depicted flat land in the foreground with
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Liquidity Ratios and Activity Ratios
2.0 FINANCIAL RATIOS
2 Liquidity Ratios
Liquidity ratios measure a business capacity to pay its debts as they come due. It also measures the
cooperative s ability to meet short term obligations. Liquidity refers to the solvency of the firm s
overall financial position the ease with which it can pay its bills. Because a common precursor to
financial distress and bankruptcy is low or declining liquidity, these ratios can provide early signs of
cash flow problems and impending business failure. The two basic measures of liquidity are the
current ratio and the quick (acid test) ratio (Gitman, 2009).
1. Current ratios
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No ratio, in fact, is especially meaningful without knowledge of the business from which it originates.
For example, a declining quick ratio with a stable current ratio may indicate that a company has built
up too much inventory, but it could also suggest that the company has greatly improved its collection
system. Quick ratio is expressed as follows:
Quick Ratio = Current assets Inventory / Current Liabilities Figure 2.2 explained the company s quick
ratio has been improving from year on year from 0.51 in 2007 to 0.63 in 2008 and then increased to
0.69 in 2009. Quick ratio for 2009 is higher compared to the industry average quick ratio that is 0.65.
Even though it has shown incremental improvement of their quick ratio and surpassed the industry
average of 0.65 acid tests, the firm would have to sell inventory to meet its obligations. Comparing
quick ratios over an extended period of time can be used to signal developing trends in a company.
While modest declines in the quick ratio do not automatically spell trouble, uncovering the reasons for
changes can help to find ways to nip potential problems in the bud. As for PJV s case, this is a good
sign that the company progress steadily in improving its quick ratio over 3 years period in which may
be resulting from its reduced inventories in 2009. The company s quick ratio can further be increased
to a satisfactory level (at least 1:1) by improving its collection system and policy. Like the
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The Determinants Of Foreign Direct Investment
Topic and Motivations
The topic of my dissertation is about the determinants of foreign direct investment (FDI) in
developing countries. With the trend of economic integration, FDI has been considered as an
important part of boosting the economic development within any country around the world. Foreign
direct investments differ entirely from indirect investments such as portfolio management.The direct
way of investing in a foreign country can be conducted in a number of ways either by establishing
overseas controlled corporations, or associate company abroad, by obtaining shares of an
multinational company, or though a joint venture.
Almost all of the countries are trying to attract FDI, as inward FDI could bring host countries a
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This study is focused on the two aspects: market seeking FDI and resource seeking FDI. These two
aspects which influence the determination of FDI can be denominated by some numerical variables. In
terms of market seeking, GDP and the rate of inflation can be used to measure the market size and
market growth respectively. The sum of exports and imports of goods and services indicates the
openness of an economy, which also means the availability of access to regional and global markets.
On the other hand, raw materials and human capital are the key elements for those resource seeking
enterprises. Thus, labour cost per worker in logs denotes human capital. With all the variables above, a
specific regression model are able to build to investigate the research question.
Theory of the study
FDI has grown strongly with the rapid speed of globalization. There are a few theories which attempt
to explain the motives for and determinants of it. The early theory arose on the basis of international
business. Another theory that is well accepted is called New Economic Geography. This study is based
on the theory derived from the eclectic paradigm of Dunning. Dunning (1977) introduced three types
of advantages in terms of determining the location of FDI, which are owner specific advantage,
location specific advantage and internalization specific advantage.
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Factors Associated With Neck Disability Among Chronic Neck...
The purpose of the study is to assess the factors associated with neck disability among chronic neck
pain sufferers. Chronic neck pain is largely non specific in nature and requires a biopsychosocial
understanding of risk factors to mitigate their poor outcome. Practice guidelines highlight the
importance of classifying these patients based on these biopsychosocial clinical findings for effective
intervention. Recent evidence also points to the success of personalized pain management that is
anchored on specific neurophysiologic mechanism underpinning the pain experience of each
individual. There is emerging evidence that simultaneously evaluating this neurophysiologic
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The systematic reviews showing that multimodal therapy that includes manual therapy, advice/patient
education and strengthening endurance exercise suggest that there are interactions between the
underlying impairments that these interventions treat. This suggests the credibility of the theoretical
construct of my secondary analysis.
About 41% of American adults suffer from chronic pain. The total economic burden of pain in 2010 is
estimated to range from $560 to $635 billion. Of these, lost productivity alone cost between $299 to
$335 billion; which approximates the yearly cost of heart condition and exceeding the total cost of
cancer and diabetes. On a per person basis, the incremental cost of all US health care expenditures in
2010 is $8233, moderate and severe chronic pain accounted for $4516 (55% of total) and $7726.20
(93.8% of total) respectively (Gaskin et. al. 2012). American workers with neck or back pain costs
between $5574 $8512, compared to those with no neck or back pain ($3,017) (Kleinman et al 2014).
Neck pain is quite common, can be burdensome, and costly. One year prevalence (Hogg Johnson et al.
2008, Hoy et al. 2010) of neck pain (common) and activity limiting neck pain (less common) ranged
from 30% 50% and 2 11% respectively. The prevalence is higher in women (Kääriä et al. 2012) and is
highest in the middle age. Out of 289 causes of disability worldwide and
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Society s Fate in Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
Society s Fate It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity
(Albert Einstein). Although the future remains difficult to predict, some ideas develop the undeniable
fate of society. Throughout Brave New World, Aldous Huxley explains predictions for the future of
society. The story begins by introducing Bernard Marx and his discovery of John, and his mother
Linda on the reservation. This unfolds into John realizing the degree to which society has stripped
their humanity. The emotionless society that Huxley displays depicts the nearing future of society.
Although the future will introduce many useful tools for society, the damage done to society and
personality is inevitable. Huxley s predictions about the future focus mainly on the dealing with
suffering, questioning true freedom, and perversion of spirituality.
Humanity deals with suffering in many ways, and many reveal damaging side effects. Just as in today
s world, suffering in many cases leads to abuse of alcohol and drugs. More specifically in Brave New
World soma offers all the advantages of Christianity and alcohol; none of their defects (Huxley 54).
Although soma lacks the apparent side effects of drugs and alcohol, if analyzed properly soma only
offers advantages to the authority controlling the people due to the ability of numbing society. Also,
Huxley utilizes the comparison to Christianity and alcohol displaying irony due to the fact that
Christianity involves the soul
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Genes And Functions Of Proteins
Genes is something every living organism has. Genes are found in the DNA, which is the center for
information that gives instructions for what type of protein the cell is suppose to produce, it s lifespan,
maturity, and function. The gene is a subunit of DNA. It holds the instructions for what the proteins
should be producing. Proteins are molecules that properly instruct the cells structure, function, and
regulations of the body s tissues and organs. Amino acids are what proteins are made of. They are
connected to one another in long chains. There are a variety of different types of amino acids that can
be put together to make a protein. Each different sequence of amino acids tells the proteins structure
and function. Antibodies, enzymes, messengers, structural components, and transport or storage
proteins are different examples of protein function. ( How Do Genes Direct the Production of
Proteins? , April 2015) Majority of genes hold information that is essential to produce functional
proteins. From a gene to a protein the transformation is rigorous and the mechanisms happen in every
single cell. There are two steps for the process of making a DNA gene to a protein which are
transcription and translation. In the process of transcription, the information in a genes DNA being
made into RNA (ribonucleic acid) in the cells nucleus. The kind of RNA that holds information for
making a protein is a mRNA which is thw messenger RNA. It transports information to nucleus into
the
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Good And Bad Manners
Manners, impact our lives every moment, yet you don t realize it. When you came into this world,
your parents told you hold the door for her , say thank you , sharing is caring , or something similar.
They tell you that so it looks like they raised you in the correct manner and so you can make a good
first impression. Well, let me tell you something, some people don t have act accordingly. In this
essay, I will tell you how our society influences our kids to act disrespectful and having poor manners.
You may ask, how has society influenced our children? Well, firstly society tries to tell them what is
good for them and what isn t. A school has a major influence on it. Kids nowadays are pressured to
make bad decisions, for example, bad manners. Children who want to be cool try to do things to be in
the cool kids group . They will try everything in their power to make the other kids notice them. But,
when they are noticed and get accepted, that s when everything goes downhill. Since they are in that
group, they ll do anything to stay in that group. If that group curse, they curse, if that group is smart
mouthed, their smart mouthed, if they steal, so do they. Just be yourself, trust me, the world will be a
better place if you be you.
Another thing that can trigger the bad manner bomb, is the internet. Yes, the internet. Even though it
may sound silly, but there are cases with kids having bad manners on there. For example, cursing. You
may be thinking, well my
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Asian Family Traditions Research Paper
Tradition seems to be something you have to follow and strive to accomplish. No one can follow
tradition since there are obstacles. My family has always been in my eyes a typical, Asian family. One
day a woman came up to me and my cousins, and asked if we were related. You see, I thought my
family was just average and Asian because that was what we were mentally. But physically it was
different. My cousins Raymond, Daniella, my little brother Richard and I all looked Asian. My other
cousins Cindy and Natalie looked Black. Not many Asian families look like this. They go with the
stereotype of black hair, brown eyes and, yellow skin. We, were not the ideal family. This originates
from my grandmother. Growing up, she was just my grandmother nothing extraordinary or different;
she just blended into the crowd of other Asian grandmas. Turns out she had three husbands and had
children with each of them. That s not normal. I was blinded by seeing only my Vietnamese culture
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This marriage didn t go by traditional standards as well because not only was it an interracial
relationship but she was bearing his child before marriage. In an Asian family you would be disowned,
this is not an exaggeration you would be kicked out and financially cut. (It might be cliché but Asians
are strict.) I never thought the one to enforce the rule was the person who also broke it. On the
frontlines, her second husband had died. Lastly, was the man who I thought was my grandfather, we
had a picture of him in our shrine. It s traditional if a family member dies to have a picture of them in
your shrine to honor them and remember them in my culture. He was another Vietnamese guy who my
grandmother thought she loved. She married him, had his child and eventually he died from alcohol
poisoning. Seems like a very short synopsis, considering it consists over 30 years, but this is all we
really know about my grandmother s
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Snap Pros And Cons
What is SNAP and what food benefits our children receive in school?
Well, SNAP stands for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program which formerly known as food
stamps. A lot of people get food stamps because they have low income, don t have a job and can t
support the kids so the government help with out with food stamp where they get their food from. The
SNAP program doesn t just give out money to whoever applies because if you have a decent paying
job you won t be needing it. There are a lot of programs that our children can get in the school for
example, the NSLP which helps children from all over the country to get free lunch but it all depends
on parents or guardian income.
These programs were established to increase food consumption
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The Education Of Medical Education
On May 16, 1769 at King s College, Doctor Samuel Bard begins his commencement speech to a small
group of gentlemen anxiously awaiting their graduation and immersion into the complex and elite
society of medical practitioners. One can assume great bursts of applause follow the ceremony, as the
institution releases the young men into the work field, unbeknownst to them what grueling education
their predecessors underwent and what curriculum aspiring young men of the near future would
endure. American medical education in the mid eighteenth to mid nineteenth centuries developed
greatly, from originally being lecture and humanities heavy to drawing on anatomical precisions and
scientific specialization. However, one cannot attribute these educational luxuries to only American
schools. English versions of medical education heavily influenced those of America, but American
schools would see developmental delays in methods of teaching and curriculum content compared to
their role models across the sea.
Some of the few, but major, components of the evolution of medical education include the method of
teaching (lecture versus clinical), core curriculum (humanities versus science), and accessibility of
resources (cadavers, facilities, etc.) Increasingly, and quite obviously, over the years, improvements in
medical technology, disease diagnosis, and human anatomy greatly contributed to this shift in medical
education. However, the turn of the nineteenth century marked great
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Salman Rushdie Research Paper
The fact that a malfunction in using the freedom of speech would lead to one s death sentence what s
more, ten years of cliffhanger of unknown from the threat of death and several others innocent
murders is certainly horrifying. The well known British novel writer Salman Rushdie have taken a
seemingly permanent and actual relief from the fatwa called by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini because
of his novel The Satanic Verses, which was treated as a blasphemous work against Islam. After years
of hiding and under British s police protection, Rushdie finally got out from shade and traveled around
and give speeches. And at the same time, an item, a pin saying I am Salman Rushdie came out to the
world, and luckily because of Rushdie s professorship
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Examples Of The Valley Of Ashes In The Great Gatsby
The valley of ashes also represents the American dream. In the novel, Fitzgerald vividly describes the
valley of ashes as a farm, where ashes grow like wheat into ridges and hills and grotesque gardens
(Fitzgerald 24). The use of the polysyndeton infers that the amount of ashes is endless. The ash grey
men in the valley of ashes are experiencing a tremendous agony as they move dimly and already
[crumble] through the powdery air (Fitzgerald 24). Everyone in the valley of ashes is striving for
greater; however, greater is never possible. The valley of ashes arguably remind [one]of the refuse of
modern society of the human variety, un blessed (Hauhart 201). In both the novel and the film, people
who have the American dream, who live in
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The Life of John Brown
Caution, Sir! I am eternally tired of hearing that word caution. It is nothing but the word of cowardice!
( John Brown ) John Brown, known for his actions prior to the Civil War, spoke these words, and they
truly show who he is. Brown, born on May 9, 1800, in Torrington, Connecticut, fought for everything
he believed was right all the way up until his death in 1859. He was known mostly as an abolitionist
and a freedom fighter, constantly trying to liberate slavery. John Brown s actions would lead him to
having a role in Bleeding Kansas, as well as Harper s Ferry. John Brown was born in Connecticut and
was the fourth child of Owen Brown. Growing up, he would go to church with his family, but would
later leave at the age of sixteen to Morris Academy to become a minister. He had to leave the college
and return to his family to work in his father s tannery due to eye inflammations. Finally, in 1836,
John Brown finally settled down in Ohio with his second wife and lived a normal life. He then moved
once again to Springfield, Massachusetts, where he would vow after the murder of a man named
Elijah Lovejoy, Here, before God, in the presence of these witnesses, from this time, I consecrate my
life to the destruction of slavery! ( Holy war ) After the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850, John Brown
would create The League of Gileadites to protect escaped slaves from being captured and taken back
to the south. Upon his departure from Massachusetts, he ordered them to act
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Alice Hoffman Biography Essay example
Be careful what you wish for. I know that for a fact. Wishes are brutal, unforgiving things. They burn
your tongue the moment they re spoken and you can never take them back. Alice Hoffman (Alice
Hoffman Quotes, 2014). Alice Hoffman was born on March 16th, 1952 in New York City, New York.
She grew up in Long Island, New York and graduated in 1969 from high school (Biography, 2014).
Her parents got divorced when she was young, but they both worked and attended college, and out of
their neighborhood, they were the only people that attended college (O Hara, 2014). Alice Hoffman
attended two different colleges during her time in school. She attended Adelphi University and the
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(O Hara, 2014). Alice Hoffman uses this belief to make her writing better. She will write a book that
has something to do with the phobia or tragedy that she is going through at the moment, such as
treatment for cancer. Alice Hoffman also uses tragedies that happen in America, such as 9/11, as a way
to write books. This writing technique that she uses helped her most popular book get that title. Alice
Hoffman s most popular book is The Dovekeepers (Biography, 2014). During the process of writing
this book, Hoffman found that writing helped her during chemotherapy and while she was sick during
her treatment time (O Hara, 2014). Hoffman would often write during this time to make her feel better.
Due to her focusing on writing so much as an exit of treatment and sickness, Hoffman came out with a
book that was beautiful, harrowing, a major contribution to the twenty first century literature (The
Dovekeepers Synopsis, 2014). Also, The Dovekeepers is believed to be ambitious and mesmerizing
(The Dovekeepers Synopsis, 2014), which is why it is thought to have been so popular. This book is
set in Ancient Israel. In 70 CE, nine hundred Jews held out for months against armies of Romans on a
mountain in the Judean, desert, Masada. Only two women and five children survived. (The
Dovekeepers Synopsis, 2014). The Dovekeepers is based off of this event that occurred. In the book,
four women meet in the desperate days of the siege. All are dovekeepers, and all
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The University s Lick Observatory, Planet Hunter Team
As a member that is part of the UC s Lick Observatory Planet Hunter Team, I have found a possible
planetary system that may contain a planet. From my further research, I discovered that the planet may
support life, such as bacteria and plants. After confirming with the Search for Extraterrestrial
Intelligence Institute about intelligent life, I eventually decided to want to discuss intelligent life
through a scientific process. I will use the Drake Equation to give us the possibility that intelligent life
can emit signals to reveal any existence. The equation is given as N= R* x fp x ne x fl x fi x fc x L.
The calculations of each variables will help me understand what is being contributed into calculating
the chance of any signals being detected and the calculated result will determined the conclusion of
intelligent life existing. Nevertheless, this is just an estimation for the possibility of any life as the
Drake Equation may or may not be as reliable as we may expect it to be. Calculations Step 1. I know
that there are 7 new stars formed yearly in the galaxy, the number of stars is represented by R*. This is
the annual rate of star formation that is adaptable for any life. So R* will equal 7 new stars formed
every year. R* = 7 new stars formed every year Step 2. There is a 100% chance that if there are stars,
then there has to exist planetary systems. So, R* = 7 new stars annually and fp = 1/1 relationship
between stars and planetary systems or 1. Next, I take 7
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Media And Corruption
Stop reading, the story ends. You go back to your life and believe whatever you want to believe.
Continue reading, you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes. This is no
joke, this is no movie, this is real life and you re in it. The American media system is innately corrupt
and built on the vain purposes of those who fuel it. The current media and journalism deceives its
viewers and manipulates them via twisting and warping topics on a historically monumental scale
causing a wide range of negative effects. The negative influences the media has on young men and
women corrodes their self image and deforms it. While attacking the psyche of children it also
promotes racism, xenophobia, and general fear in people from the suburban level to the state level.
This idea of promoting fear mongering leads to the separation of people and country. In essence,
journalism and the media as a whole have become a very successful pro prejudice system where
anything and everything is negative. In no way is it ethically right to condone or support any media
source, not for some freedom of information cause or political agenda. The act of condoning the media
and journalism admits to the legitimacy of said media and in turn, condones such behavior. Admitting
the media is a legitimate system is also admitting: Kim Kardashian having a baby is news.
The American media system negatively affects the self image of young boys and girls in America by
simply putting out
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Analysis of Chile s Road to Socialism Essay
The Yarur textile factory played an important role in Chilean politics, and was the central role for the
uprisings and downfalls in Chilean history. Its first key component was that it represented an
economic empire based of paper and cloth that used these resources to gain political power through
the aspect of having wealth. The second element of the Yarur factory that gave its importance in
Chilean politics was that it represented a monopoly of Chile s political capital. In Weavers of
Revolution, Peter Winn depicts the relationship from a revolution from above and revolution from
below and how the workers of the Yarur textile factory faced an on going struggle between the
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His election came to influence workers, peasants, and pobladores in that they saw a perfect time to
organize the push for socialization in the workforce.
However, as stated on page 140 of Weavers of Revolution, the first hint of a problem between a
conflicting revolution from above and revolution from below came apparent in the context that
Allende s promise to never use the security apparatus of the state against the people.. led the lower
class workers to demand more and act towards a revolutionary process from below. This type of
freedom and revolutionary process caused the people to act for themselves to pursue their life long
dreams, partly because for the first time, they had seen the legitimacy of Allende s word upon his
speech to take over the factory from Amador. Increasingly, these rapid changes from below gave
conflict to the government in that their rule of governing from above in a gradual legal way was at
risk. On one side, the workers felt that by demanding more rapid changes they were fulfilling the
Popular Unity program in favor of Allendes support, while on the other, the Popular Unity program
and its supporters felt that their strategy for political and economic support for a revolution from
above was lost. This type of push and pull politics can be seen on page 140 as Winn stated, In this
delicately balanced strategy of economic and political change, the role of the masses ...was to provide
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Home Vs. Concrete Wall Home
In truth, a concrete wall house is substantially warmer than stick built construction. Advanced
technology ICF (Insulated Concrete Form) homes are actually much warmer than traditional stud wall
construction, as well as being far more energy efficient. Here are the facts. Thermographic tests done
by the National Association of Home Builders Research Center showed that a solid ICF wall (a wall
without windows or other penetrations) has fewer cold spots than a wood framed wall. This is because
the thermal envelope the shield between outside and inside temperatures is much more difficult to seal
in conventional stud wall construction, so that cold easily travels through thermal bridging to create
uncomfortable cold spots inside the house. ICF walls, by contrast, are tightly sealed so that thermal
bridging is reduced, which makes for even temperatures and fewer cold spots and drafts. Moreover,
houses with ICF wall construction result in a 50% decrease in the capacity of HVAC equipment as
compared to wood framed wall construction (which of course implies greatly reduced heating and
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ICF construction is also four times more fire resistant than stick construction (ICF walls easily sustain
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  • 2. Kill Devil Hill Challenges Think about inventing something that no one has never imagined before. Wouldn t it be cool? Now imagine how hard it would be. Really hard right? Well, while constructing the first aircraft, the Wright brothers went through many problems and challenges, but they had to learn how to overcome them. For example, they went through weather issues, religious problems and technical difficulties. They must of had incredible inventing skills to overcome these complicated challenges! The weather in Kill Devil Hill affected the process of inventing the first motorized aircraft. When the aircraft first arrived in Kill Devil Hills, the weather was despot and stormy, however, that challenge did not stop the brothers. They kept on working on assembling the aircraft. After a crash, the airplane was ready to fly again. on the day it was planned to fly, the winds were too strong. The wind was going at a speed of 25 miles per hour. The Wright brothers waited a while for the winds to slow down, but it never did, so the brothers tried anyways. There was a major problem that hindered the use of the first motorized aircraft. That problem was that the brothers wanted to try one last time to stay in the air for one whole minute. As the crew carried the airplane to the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... When the Wright brothers were done repairing the airplane after a crash, the aircraft was ready to fly the next day. That day was Saturday, January 12th, but on that day the winds were too light, the winds were stronger on the next day, Sunday, January 13th. This is when religion kicks in. Since that day was a Sunday, they could not fly that day, according to the promise that the Wrights brothers made to their father, who was a very platonic person. The promise that they would not fly on Sundays. Adding to that, the brothers were all ready behind schedule, so they planned for the first motorized aircraft to fly on the next day, which would be Monday, December ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. The Ethics Of Using Stem Cells A fairly new area of research has emerged in which scientists are looking into using stem cells for various sources. One of the major problems that arose with this new area of research was the ethics of using embryonic stem cells (ESCs) to conduct research. This brought up problems, especially within the Catholic Church, as to when does life first begin. Taking these undeveloped embryos was seen as taking the life of an unborn child. New insights into this area of research have shed light onto alternative methods of studying using stem cells. This includes the reprogramming of various cells into a state that can be programmed into various tissue types in the body. Of course as promising as this area of research sounds, there are many implications that need to be studied further before scientists are ready to administer such treatment to patients on a large scale. This paper will seek to familiarize readers with stem cells, the idea of pluripotency, what cellular reprogramming is, the benefits and drawbacks of cellular reprogramming, and applications of reprogramming. For starters, a stem cell is an undifferentiated cell that is capable of regenerating itself or becoming induced into a specific tissue or organ for specialized functions under certain physiological functions. All stem cells have the following three things in common: they are capable of renewing and dividing themselves over an extended period of time, they are not specialized, and they are able to give rise ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Majestic Parthenon Throughout the years architects have been able to display their artistic abilities by showcasing their different styles and capabilities in structures that still stand from thousands of years ago. This essay will provide an explanation of my preference for this image, a short history of its construction, a brief analysis of the buildings function, as well as the style of the amazing archaic Parthenon of ancient Athens. A few semesters ago I took Greek and Roman Civilization at the University of the People, while taking this class I learned a great deal of information regarding the majestic Parthenon and I was excited to see that it was one of the pictures available for this assignment. Due to the mere fact that I studied this building and its amazing history, it only seems right to begin with a brief history of how it became what it is today. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Its construction was ordered by the Athenian political leader Pericles, following the end of the Peloponnesian War to symbolize Athens power and influence in the Mediterranean. The Parthenon was built by the architects Iktinos and Kallikrates (Sakoulas, 2002) and was utilized for religious functions, more specifically as a dedication to Athena, who according to Greek mythology, was the Greek goddess of reason, intelligent activity, arts, and literature ( Athena, 1997). Amazingly, over 2,500 years later the Parthenon s remains, still stand, gloriously on top of the Acropolis. Furthermore, the wear and tear of the temple tells an amazing story. Not only has this magnificent structure survived earthquakes, being set on fire, being blown apart by exploding gunpowder, a multitude of lootings, it continues to face the woes of pollution daily. However, through all this you can still see that the Parthenon was a perfect representation of the power Athens held throughout 5th Century ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Engstrom Auto Mirror Plant Essay Issues/Problem In the Engstrom Auto Mirror Plant case, the main problem is the lack of employee motivation. There are a few issues that contributed to this main problem. First issue would be an unnecessary extrinsic motivator of bonuses to the Scanlon Plan. Originally, workers had intrinsic motivation from communication meetings, which provides feedback for the company. However with the additional extrinsic motivator, employees find the tasks over sufficiently justified under the self perception effect so intrinsic value would be lowered. When bonuses stopped, employees lost motivation to work. Another issue would be about the equity theory. In the plan, workers earn the same amount from the bonuses regardless of the effort implemented. Therefore some Engstrom workers lost motivation since supervisors work less but are still paid equally. This resulted in many workers complaining due to an inequality of ratios. The last issue in the Scanlon Plan occurred when the company decided to lay people off. Employees ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This would secure the basic level on Maslow s hierarchy. Afterwards, management could make job security conditional on each team s performance. Teams who fail to meet the requirements would have one member laid off and teams who excel would acquire bonuses. As a result, keeping one s job is an extrinsic motivator, teamwork is encouraged and the E P O link would be tightened. However intrinsic motivation goes down and there is conflict between teams. Management could abolish the Scanlon Plan and advocate an individually based incentive plan. Workers would earn bonuses according to their personal performances. This would be a great extrinsic motivator for employees but this would lower the intrinsic value. Additionally, the free rider problem and equity theory could be solved. However this plan does not reward teamwork and this would cause conflict between ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Septic Tank Research Paper Are you considering purchasing a home that has a septic tank, but you ve never owned a septic tank before? Are you wondering how to make sure that your septic tank works properly? Here are a few tips to making sure that your system continues to work efficiently: Have it cleaned as soon as possible: If it s been years since the last cleaning or the previous owners don t remember the last time they called a septic tank service to have it cleaned out, the tank could be full or nearly full. By cleaning it out now, even if it s not quite full, you ll be able to better keep track of the time your particular household needs between pumpings. On average, a household of two can go approximately six years between septic tank service calls if you have ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. The Great Purge Of The Cold War Joseph Stalin s determination greatly affected his leadership and led to the beginnings of the Cold War. His determination allowed him to rise to power and destroy all opposition against his reign. The Great Purge, one of the greatest terrors in history, was also done due to his determination to stay in power. This same determination led to, as well as shaped, a large quantity of the events of World War 2. His leadership was similar to the leadership of Adolf Hitler, yet because of his determination, was quite different, and quite possibly more effective. In the end his determination for power led to the events of the Cold War. This determination greatly affected Stalin s rise to power, and allowed him to completely decimate all opposition to his leadership. Originally, Stalin was a powerless citizen of the USSR, yet he managed to quickly rise to the top of the political field. He began his role in politics by joining the Bolsheviks in 1903. Due to his thirst for power he steadily rose through the ranks of the party and was soon the General Secretary. The Bolshevik insurrection to Russian leadership was successful and placed Stalin in a position of great power. He then used his power to isolate members of the party in an attempt to take away their power and popularity. Determined to gain absolute dominance over the other members, he caused the dismissal, and possibly the deaths, of several of his political opponents. This left him in total rule over the Communist party, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Comparison Of Alexander Pope, Aristotle And William... Poems vs. Prose (A comparison between Alexander Pope, Aristotle and William Woodsworth compared to Virginia Woolf.) Virgina Woolf was one of the most gifted modernists writers. She started writing novels and trying to compete with others, but she had her own views. She took a stance on poets and people who wrote prose. With her unique style she chose to write in letterform. Her ideas were similar to three other prominent writes. William Woodsworth who was born in 1770 was a prominent writer whose writing was challenged when the war started. He was an orphan and started writing. Eventually he was an influential writer, but took a slightly different stance on prose and poetry then Virginia Woolf. Alexander Pope who was born almost a hundred years earlier was also a writer that many people admired. He showed London and the world his only feelings and his views, which were similar to Woolf. Lastly, the oldest poet Aristotle who was born in 385 B.C. was a Greek who changed writing. He also published their views. While there were many years that separated these individuals they all described an idea that was based off of prose versus poets. All held a high position in society, but show different ideas. Alexander Woolf wrote a letter that held similar ideas to Aristotle, Alexander Pope and William Woodsworth. Aristotle held his own personal views regarding prose and poets that were similar to Virginia Woolf. Both Aristotle and Woolf believed that people needed to be united in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. The Circus Maximus The Circus Maximus The Circus Maximus, located in the Vallis Murcia (valley between the Aventine and Palatine hills) in Rome, was an ancient hippodrome and mass entertainment venue for the citizens of Rome. The Circus Maximus was first utilised for public games and entertainment by the Etruscan kings of Rome. The first games of the Ludi Romani (Roman Games) were staged there under the rule of Tarquinius Priscus, the fifth Etruscan ruler of Rome. They were in held in early September at the end of the military year. The games began with a religious ceremony that opened with what Ovid describes as a golden procession of all the most important religious and civil authorites . Statues of the Gods were paraded and sacrifices made before the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Contraptions invented to indicate the number of laps that had been run were positioned at each end of the stadium. At one end seven wooden eggs, representing Leda s eggs from which Zeus twin sons, Castor and Pollux were said to have been born. These were erected by the censors Fulvius Flaccus and Postumius Albinus in 174 BC to indicate the laps completed. At the opposite end, seven dolphins, made of bronze, honouring Neptune, the patron of the equites (horses and riders), were added by Agrippa in 33 BC. (Evidence provided in Source 2.) This shows that the Circus Maximus was not only used for entertainment purposes but also as a form of propaganda, and allow powerful men to make their mark on Roman society and ensure they were not forgotten. Most of the charioteers, known as auriga were slaves or freedmen, but if they survived they could become very wealthy. The horses were from stud farms in the provinces and brought from Africa and Spain. The Roman officials demanded that only the best horses should compete in their races at the Circus Maximus. Halfway down the right hand side of the barrier, a white line extends across the track, this was known as the linea alba (finishing line). To win a race, a team must be the first to cross this line at the end of the seventh lap. In front of the finishing line a temple is built into the stands on the Aventine hill, presided over by ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Founding Fathers Hypocritical The founding fathers may have been smart but they were lacking of important human qualities. Compared to some of the world leaders we have today, that s no question. Despite being that smart, you would think they would try not to be hypocritical, when writing one of the most important document in the history of the United States. The constitution s preamble is hypocritical, it was then and it is now, but more so in 1789. The Preamble was hypocritical in 1789 because of the voting system that the US had, when the Preamble says Insure domestic Tranquility , and when the Preamble says We the people. The founding fathers brought in a system of voting for their leader, this system was very corrupt at the time of 1789, and made the preamble look even more hypocritical. The major reason that this made the Preamble look bad is because the Preamble said We the people, the word people, means ... group of human beings (men or women or children) collectively The main word in the definition is human, this means everyone. The last time I checked, only rich property owning white guys could vote in the US states in 1789, excluding Virginia where women could vote. There are also other reasons for the voting system making the Preamble hypocritical, like the fact that the Preamble says they will secure the Blessings of Liberty for ourselves... this is hypocritical because the voting system only let some people secure their blessings, like bankers and merchants, the other people ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. The Pros And Cons Of Mothers Against Drunk Driving On February 3, 2017, Tim Piazza, a sophomore here at Penn State, tragically lost his life at the Beta Theta Pi fraternity house. This horrific event was a result of irresponsible consumption of alcohol and binge drinking. Sadly, this is not an isolated incident. Around the nation, countless young adults have lost their life due to the thoughtless consumption of alcohol. Unfortunately, the common census between the majority of the average day Americans is that the most effective way to make drinking safer for young adults is enforcing a minimum drinking age of twenty one. This law, as well as the common census, are a direct result from the efforts of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) more than thirty years ago ( Drinking Culture ). MADD s objective and goal is quite understandable; they want the young adults of today s world to be safe and not put themselves into dangerous situations with alcohol, but they doing more harm than good. ( The Problem ). Safety is the single objective from each side in this argument, but MADD s flawed logic and ignorance to reality has formed a belief that results in an unsafe drinking culture, resulting in more deaths, such as the tragic passing of Tim Piazza, unless the drinking age is lowered to eighteen, as well as establishing an open dialogue about drinking itself. Mothers Against Drunk Driving aims to create the safest possible environment for a young adults to develop, but their argument contains a sense of ignorance to the reality ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Stereotypes In Animation A valid complaint about animation that is rarely addressed is the reinforcement of gender roles and racial stereotypes. Though violence, obesity, commercialization, and short attention spans are also legitimate complaints, the issues of race relations and gender roles create widespread effects. This is not an issue specific to animation; it is prevalent in all forms of entertainment. Yet if we, as a culture, are to remove these issues from our media, we should be focusing on changing perceptions of the youngest members of our culture. A large issue with children s cartoons is a lack of valid representation. (Parasecoli FIND DATE) What little representation that exists borders on stereotypes, and is catered towards white culture. This underrepresentation is prevalent even in the advertisements of children s programs. Few commercials feature people of color, and those that do typically retain a white child in a position of power. (Merskin 2008) The lack of representation is so great that it has spawned the term Symbolic annihilation. (Klien Shiffman 2009) Those who consume more media are more vulnerable to this tacit confirmation of some groups as unimportant. (Klien Shiffman 2009) Because Children s television exposure begins in infancy and persists throughout their lifetimes... what is learned during the early years is critical. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It affects them no differently to talking about sticks, stones, people, houses, cars...they re going to listen, they re going to respect what you re saying and they re going to move on. I ve probably spoken to well over 50,000 kids in my time. Most four and five year olds are probably going to look at you and go oh, that s fine. The idea that if somebody talks to a young child that somehow that s going to make them become gay or become lesbian, or act gay or act lesbian...there isn t a shred of empirical evidence to suggest that that s remotely true. (Qtd. In Weisz ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Abuse Of Prescription Drug Abuse When people hear of prescription drug abuse they think of people that do not have a prescription using the drug for other reasons but this is not always the case. People that get a prescription, may abuse it by misuse of selling them, or by over use. Many different types of prescription drugs are very addictive and used out of control. They can have some serious effects on a person. Why does so many people abuse prescription drugs? Some will say it is safer than street drugs since it is FDA approved. Is it because prescription drugs are easier to get a hold of and sometimes cheaper? Some believe it is safe for them to consume because it was given to them by a Physician. That is not the case many Doctors have given out medication because the patient will come in knowing what symptoms to say to get what they need. In today s time, it is so easy to run to the doctor and get some sort of prescription drug. It does not take much to get one, most doctors today do not even try to find the main cause to the problem they just write a prescription and send a person on their way. This is a one major problem that leads to abuse of prescription drugs. Why would someone want to take something if it is not going to help them with the main problem? So the person is not getting help on what could be causing their problem, but given something to ease the problem. As soon as the medication wears off, the problem is back. Of course sometimes it may help in fixing the problem but in most cases ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Centurion Media For the exclusive use of M. Hossain Centurion Media: Doing the Right Thing Carolyn Conn, St. Edward s University Aundrea Kay Guess, St. Edward s University Jonathan Hiatt, St. Edward s University E rP os t NA0005 No tC op yo ach time Richard Bennett reached across his desk for the mail and other documents his assistant had placed in his in box, he smiled because he thought of the friendly disagreement with his wife about the proper way to handle this task. His approach was top down. Whatever was on top of the in box was dealt with first, then down through the stack until it was all finished. His wife preferred the priority method, first sorting through everything to determine the urgency of each item. Bennett felt that was ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Revenues for his group s cable systems had almost doubled annually since his first year as regional vice president. His group had been recognized for their accomplishments as the Outstanding Team nationwide at the previous year s Centurion Media annual banquet. In Bennett s opinion, the Northpark contract would destroy everything Bennett s group had done in their region during the past ten years. Bennett wondered if the other vice presidents had received their copies of the contract. He had to get to the bottom of this and try to avert financial calamity. He knew he had to be careful. One of Bennett s golfing buddies who was in upper management of Centurion s newspaper division had had a run in with Fowler at a corporate meeting the month after he became president of the cable division. His buddy warned Bennett not to trust Fowler. Bennett called his sales director, Vicki Porter. 2 Vicki, you are never going to believe what I got by special courier this morning. It s a contract signed by Joseph Fowler between Centurion Cable and Northpark Media and we ve got to sell them any of our advertising inventory they want at rates way below what we are charging this year and below many of the annual contracts we already have with advertisers for the coming year. Those customers are going to be furious if they ever hear about this and, you know they will. Worse still is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. The Unknown World of Web Design Essay Hundreds of thousands of people surf the internet every day visiting web sites like Facebook and Twitter. Though millions of web sites are all similar in a way, the average person overlooks the similarities. They are oblivious to an entire language that is so complex that it can be used to create the most beautiful and simple creations on the web. This language is used to create Facebook, Twitter, Google, and even your everyday blog. In order to understand this language fully one must spend countless hours behind a computer screen working through problems, going thought books, as well as looking though others work to see how they solved problems. This evolutionary language is known by today s computer scientist as hypertext markup ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... HTML was used to create web pages all over the internet making it into what it is today. It was not long after HTML was created that it was questioned as to whether or not it was advanced enough to keep up with the rapid advancement of the internet. This lead to closing the development on HTML by the World Wide Web Consortium or W3C in 1998. After the closing of development on HTML in 1998 the W3C began to work on a new project to replace HTML known as extensible hypertext markup language or XHTML. XHTML was used in the same way as HTML and was very similar. XHTML was designed to allow for more flexibility with design and lead the world into the 21 century with web design. All of the promises of XHTML were broken as the computer world put down XHTML and refused to show support for the new computer language. XHTML was mostly criticized for not being very forgivable in the way HTML was. If a couple lines were off in HTML the web page would generate without the content associated with the error or even figure out what the programmer was trying to say. This allowed for programmers to see exactly what was wrong without allowing for the average person to tell. XHTML was not forgivable and would not generate any content if a single line was wrong. This frustrated programmers as it cost them countless hours looking through lines and lines looking for that one error that was causing the whole page not to load. Not only did XHTML make ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. An Analysis of President Obama’s Remarks about Marijuana... In a recent interview with David Remnick, a journalist from The New Yorker magazine, President Barack Obama made some controversial remarks about legalizing marijuana. President Obama stated that he did not think that marijuana was more dangerous than alcohol (Remnick). This comment has caused proponents of legalizing marijuana to praise the President, while opponents are criticizing him for seemingly supporting this banned substance. Author Frank James of NPR.org wrote an article entitled Obama s Marijuana Remarks Light Up Legalization Debate. James explains how those who support legalization were encouraged by Obama s comments. In contrast, an article published by FoxNews.com entitled Taking a Hit: Anti Drug Groups Rebuke Obama ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The anti drug group thinks that the President is giving a picture of the medical downside of the drug and how it is really proceed. Others feel that he is showing a laissez fair attitude for the issues dealing with marijuana policy. Why is the president not giving a clear guidance of the issues with the drug? What they know about the drug is that it help chemo patients with nausea and glaucoma. Some of the anti group fear how much can the people in these two states smoke or take before they can get on the road to drive to their destination on. A research with fox show that 64% of people are in favor for legalization marijuana use. People often think that the president is not taking the situation seriously, and is overlooking the topic. In addition, others think that he is going against his cabinet and the drug policy. Not only do they feel Obama is being a hypocrite about the situation, but also they feel that the people who are against it are too. Reading these two articles shows that both of the different parties have a legit reason on why they do not agree or agree with the precaution the government is taking with this topic about drugs. If I had a choice I would not legalize the drug because it causes and add conflict to more problems we are facing in America. Also we are facing bigger problem in this country other than drugs. However, like the articles stated when you think of drugs you think of the poor ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Structuralism And Post-Structuralism In Language Structuralism originated in the works of Ferdinand de Saussure, a Swiss linguist in the 20th century. An attempt to study a specific whole as a complex system of interrelated parts, it soon came to be applied to many other fields. Structuralism is closely related to Semiotics and Saussure focused on the underlying system of language, langue instead of the use of language. Yet, the discovery of langue is possible only with an examination of parole, speech. Apart from favouring the synchronic development of language over the diachronic version, he also asserts that linguistic signs consist of a signifier and a signified. Hence, this approach is different from those that focus on the relationships between words and the objects they implicate. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However, Post Structuralist writing is emotive. Such texts will tend to be euphoric, urgent and flashy. The general notion of Structuralism is that the world is constructed by language. It is only through linguistics, that reality is envisioned. In contrast, Post Structuralism argues that realities are created by languages. All aspects of human experience become textual and everything one thinks of, be it about self or the world, depends on language. Both Structuralism and Post Structuralism arise from Saussure s linguistic theory and so, emphasize on language. In this way, there are identical. Moreover, both accept language as a system of signs that exists separately from any physical or mental reality. Similarly, Structuralism and Post Structuralism will also together acknowledge that a subject is possible only through language. Hence, language overrides humans as the source of action and meaning and so, Structuralism and Post Structuralism are non humanistic [5]. Structuralism is deterministic as all power to structure one s perceptions lie with the system. Hence, Structuralism is, in particular, anti humanist ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Advantages Of Mega Trastevere Bed And Breakfast Mega Trastevere is a charming Bed and Breakfast Solution For Those who want to live the comfort of a hotel with the price of a bed breakfast in one of the most beautiful city in the world. Very close to the important and beautiful monuments and squares of the city(Piazza Navona, the Pantheon,s Campo dei Fiori Square, Santa Maria in Trastevere Square, the Gianicolo hill, Venezia Square, the Colosseum, the Campidoglio, Portaportese outdoor market, etc.). , the most part of this sites are reachable on foot and the others just with few bus or tram stops The B B will be run by Michela and Giovanna in the Sister s newly renovated home. The Mega Trastevere Bed Breakfast has two competitive advantages that will ensure profitability. The first is sisters s unrelentless attention to personal service. We recognizes that most important job is to pamper the guests, allowing ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Ages 25 65. Families, young couples, catholic people . An income over $30,000. Enjoys traveling in a beautiful old city for the sake of seeing antiques things and meeting people . Tend to use B Bs when traveling instead of hotels. Enjoys Roman atmosphere with typical restaurants to taste delicious Roman food, and many bars to see the real urban nightlife Market Needs Mega Trastevere Bed Breakfast provides its customers with a beautiful, relaxing, bed breakfast. The Mega Trastevere Bed Breakfast seeks to fulfill the following benefits that are important to their customers Selection: The Mega Trastevere has 3 different rooms, each with its own unique, breathtaking view of the City . Accessibility: The B B is located within 10 minutes of the city Centre station, providing accessibility for people from trastevere area to travel in the International airport Customer Service: The customers will be impressed with the level of attention that they receive. Competitive Pricing: All rooms will be competitively priced relative to similar B Bs.s. Market ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Pros And Cons Of Tanking The idea of winning is one everyone enjoys. The feeling of winning is incomparable to anything else, and overall creates everlasting memories. When a team can t win, it can be due to the talent, the coaching staff, or overall just not being good enough. Consistently being atop the totem pole that is the NBA is nearly impossible, but many teams have tried, similar to the Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Lakers, and the Boston Celtics. When a team is not good enough to win the NBA Finals or to even compete for a playoff berth, there are two paths those teams can take, to try their best to win, or to tank. Tanking is the overall idea that teams lose games on purpose in order to better their odds at getting a top draft pick (Thompson). Tanking is something that teams should not do, and is something that should not be condoned (claim of policy). This could be done by changing the overall dynamic of the draft lottery and perhaps putting into place things that penalize teams for being awful. In the NBA, the worse the record a team has, the higher opportunity they have at getting the number one overall pick and selecting what they claim to be the next Michael Jordan. While the idea of doing that is a solid one, the odds of it happening and actually fully going through with ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... While it is near impossible to be a top end team in the NBA, there is no point in losing just to try to get there. Teams that end up being successful get there through things like free agency, hitting on later draft picks, or just having a valuable core of players stick around to try to bring a ring to their hometown. Regardless of how good the team is, winning is what drives them. Competition drives individuals to become better at what they do. The elation that comes with winning is incredible and losing on purpose just to try to ensure future wins just doesn t make ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. The Rise Of Imperialism I am struggling with the term imperialism, since I don t see the U.S. as an empire even though they did occupy different territories over the years; however, when discussing the new imperialism, he does elaborate on how the Brits, the French, and the German have taken a different approach stating the following: The British in India, it is said, have abolished suttee; the French in Africa have made Timbuctoo accessible to the methods of modern commerce and to the allurements of Parisian art; the Germans have made the forms of their bureaucracy familiar in darkest Kiao Chao... (Dunning, 814). All nations mentioned in one way or another improve the lives of those they govern, but that is nothing new, looking back in history every empire did ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Love And Relationship In Shakespeare s Milun Milun is a story about a knight who is in love with a mistress, but are unable to be together as she is forced to marry a wealthy baron. Milun s and mistress s uncontrollable lust and love consequently cause them to conceive a child together. The fear of their affair being shown in broad daylight causes them to send their child to live with his aunt. Milun entrusts his son with a ring as a parting gift so that he would be able to recognize him when he gets older. Milun and his mistress are separated from each other in order to hide their relationship. They maintained their relationship for twenty years by communicating in a unique way. They were able to send messages to each other through a swan. This was done by making the goose fast making the goose hungry so that it would go back to the place where it knows it will surely be fed. Within the time gap of twenty years, their son grows older and learns about his father and all his chivalrous actions. In the excitement of knowing his father s virtues Milun s son sets out on a journey to find him. We are able to see that in order to maintain a reputation one must have honor and integrity even if it means sacrificing personal desires. In order to have honor and integrity one must be able to sacrifice their own personal happiness. In lines 279 280 For twenty years they lived like this, Milun and his mistress. It shows how Milun and the mistress have been in a secret relationship for twenty years and still not have eloped. If ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Captain Boning Case Study Captain Boning failed to apply the SOF imperative of Anticipate Long Term Effects with the choices he made. His decision to have an improper relationship with Tsung led to his manipulation, which led to him not being able to perform his only task, and compromised the mission. His actions undermined the American Delegation by putting his personal interest above his responsibilities. He was not able to recognize that his actions led to the American Delegation to failure and the long term consequences from it. Boning also failed to apply the SOF imperative of Recognize Political Implications ; his actions had international consequences that hurt American interest in Asia. This led to the loss of American credibility with the Asian delegations ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Political Stereotypes In Scandal The political thriller Scandal which began airing in 2012 has become an immensely popular television show. The protagonist Olivia Pope is portrayed by the actress Kerry Washington. Olivia Pope is a crisis manager who runs her own firm, Pope Associates, which specializes in managing political situations and making the problems of the elite go away. Scandal, challenges the mainstream blueprint used to construct most television shows in Western society. Primarily, Scandal breaks down stereotypes of African Americans and females in general in society. There are many ways in which Scandal achieves these goals. Scandal has a diverse cast of characters normally not portraited on television. The characters do not conform to the stereotypes that have made other similar characters successful. Scandals also uses on screen and off screen choices that contrast choices typically made by the television industry. Through these different choices Scandal portrays African Americans and women on television in a way which is far from common in the industry. Television is widely considered a more racial and gender friendly medium of popular culture. However, prime time television is not nearly as progressive as people believe, and is still a male dominated industry. In a report done by the Institute for Diversity and Empowerment at Annenberg, 11,306 speaking characters were evaluated and 66.5% were male, while 33.5% were female [1]. Moreover, 41.6% of females in television took leading or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Government Regulations Research Paper Government Regulations Is Americans health on the decline? The government seems to think so. There are many ways the government should change the regulations. I think the government should change the regulations to help better our lifestyle. By changing the regulations it would lead us to better our health. Also excersising will improve our health physically and mentally. There are many benefits for exrcise helps your skin be clear, also increase your relaxations for better sleep, stronger immune system. Then you are also less stressed. When you are excersieng your bones and musceles grow stronger. Excersise helps you have a healthy heart, therefore you it helps you lower your risk of heart disease , and improve your blood cholesterol levels. You can have a lower risk of cancer such as colon, brest, and lung when you workout. If you have arthritis swimming will help to ease the pain. And of course working out helps you maintain a healthy weight. Another way to improve you health is your eating habits. You don t always need to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Well all you need to do is read the nutrition label of the product of the food label. The food labels provide you with information about that specific nutrients in that product. The label shows you calories, fats, protiens, fiber, vitimans, and minerals. The labels also tell you how much a suriving size is, and also how much serving there are in that product. By reading these labels youll be sure that you are getting the right nutrients you need in order to live a healther life style. A healthy lifestyle can help you prevent or delay the onset od diabietes. The you can see if you need to stop eating a lot or drinking a lot of something to stop been over weight, blood sugar, blood pressure , and blood cholesterol. Two ways to maintain your weight are proper nutrition and physical activity. Choosing what you put into your body and lifestyle will benefit and better yourself in many different ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. American Art Before and After World War Ii American Art before and after World War II Marty Rieth ARTS/125 June 27, 2016 Sarah Baer American Art before and after World War II The objective for the following paper is to discuss issues concerning American art before and after World War II. The discussion will include an examination of the artwork of three artists. Two artists will have worked during the Great Depression and one artist will have been an Abstract Expressionist. In discussing the artists work, a description of each work and its style will be included. An examination into the Great Depression and the purpose of artwork created during that time, whether they were tools for social reform, and other types of messaging that were present in the works will be ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The painting includes a woman and a man with a house in the background. The woman is clothed in appears to be an apron and she has a look on her face that resembles a look someone has when they are mad. The man is clothed in overalls and holding a pitchfork as if telling the viewer to go to work. The house is of Gothic architecture with flowers on the porch that is meant to represent the idea if you want something you have to work for it. Purpose of Artwork The Great Depression caused artists to create images that depicted a society of individuals who were hard workers. Images were set in an atmosphere that was, both, recognizable and relatable. Art was being created by all races therefore the government realized the impact it was having and they sought to promote social reform. During this time industry executives wanted to convey a message to society that they had the workers best interest at heart. Artists used murals to depict images of trade, industry, and mill work. These workers were influenced by the murals because it was something that made them feel like they were respected. This respect had a positive impact and therefore was a contributing factor to social reform. Conclusion Creations of art during The Great Depression couldn t have been more perfect than the works by Maynard Dixon and Grant Wood. In a style dubbed social realism Maynard Dixon created Springtime on Bear Mountain which depicted flat land in the foreground with ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Liquidity Ratios and Activity Ratios 2.0 FINANCIAL RATIOS 2 Liquidity Ratios Liquidity ratios measure a business capacity to pay its debts as they come due. It also measures the cooperative s ability to meet short term obligations. Liquidity refers to the solvency of the firm s overall financial position the ease with which it can pay its bills. Because a common precursor to financial distress and bankruptcy is low or declining liquidity, these ratios can provide early signs of cash flow problems and impending business failure. The two basic measures of liquidity are the current ratio and the quick (acid test) ratio (Gitman, 2009). 1. Current ratios The current ratio is current assets divided by current liabilities. The current ratio ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... No ratio, in fact, is especially meaningful without knowledge of the business from which it originates. For example, a declining quick ratio with a stable current ratio may indicate that a company has built up too much inventory, but it could also suggest that the company has greatly improved its collection system. Quick ratio is expressed as follows: Quick Ratio = Current assets Inventory / Current Liabilities Figure 2.2 explained the company s quick ratio has been improving from year on year from 0.51 in 2007 to 0.63 in 2008 and then increased to 0.69 in 2009. Quick ratio for 2009 is higher compared to the industry average quick ratio that is 0.65. Even though it has shown incremental improvement of their quick ratio and surpassed the industry average of 0.65 acid tests, the firm would have to sell inventory to meet its obligations. Comparing quick ratios over an extended period of time can be used to signal developing trends in a company. While modest declines in the quick ratio do not automatically spell trouble, uncovering the reasons for changes can help to find ways to nip potential problems in the bud. As for PJV s case, this is a good sign that the company progress steadily in improving its quick ratio over 3 years period in which may be resulting from its reduced inventories in 2009. The company s quick ratio can further be increased to a satisfactory level (at least 1:1) by improving its collection system and policy. Like the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. The Determinants Of Foreign Direct Investment Topic and Motivations The topic of my dissertation is about the determinants of foreign direct investment (FDI) in developing countries. With the trend of economic integration, FDI has been considered as an important part of boosting the economic development within any country around the world. Foreign direct investments differ entirely from indirect investments such as portfolio management.The direct way of investing in a foreign country can be conducted in a number of ways either by establishing overseas controlled corporations, or associate company abroad, by obtaining shares of an multinational company, or though a joint venture. Almost all of the countries are trying to attract FDI, as inward FDI could bring host countries a number ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This study is focused on the two aspects: market seeking FDI and resource seeking FDI. These two aspects which influence the determination of FDI can be denominated by some numerical variables. In terms of market seeking, GDP and the rate of inflation can be used to measure the market size and market growth respectively. The sum of exports and imports of goods and services indicates the openness of an economy, which also means the availability of access to regional and global markets. On the other hand, raw materials and human capital are the key elements for those resource seeking enterprises. Thus, labour cost per worker in logs denotes human capital. With all the variables above, a specific regression model are able to build to investigate the research question. Theory of the study FDI has grown strongly with the rapid speed of globalization. There are a few theories which attempt to explain the motives for and determinants of it. The early theory arose on the basis of international business. Another theory that is well accepted is called New Economic Geography. This study is based on the theory derived from the eclectic paradigm of Dunning. Dunning (1977) introduced three types of advantages in terms of determining the location of FDI, which are owner specific advantage, location specific advantage and internalization specific advantage. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Factors Associated With Neck Disability Among Chronic Neck... The purpose of the study is to assess the factors associated with neck disability among chronic neck pain sufferers. Chronic neck pain is largely non specific in nature and requires a biopsychosocial understanding of risk factors to mitigate their poor outcome. Practice guidelines highlight the importance of classifying these patients based on these biopsychosocial clinical findings for effective intervention. Recent evidence also points to the success of personalized pain management that is anchored on specific neurophysiologic mechanism underpinning the pain experience of each individual. There is emerging evidence that simultaneously evaluating this neurophysiologic mechanism, along with biopsychosocial variables identified risk factors ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The systematic reviews showing that multimodal therapy that includes manual therapy, advice/patient education and strengthening endurance exercise suggest that there are interactions between the underlying impairments that these interventions treat. This suggests the credibility of the theoretical construct of my secondary analysis. About 41% of American adults suffer from chronic pain. The total economic burden of pain in 2010 is estimated to range from $560 to $635 billion. Of these, lost productivity alone cost between $299 to $335 billion; which approximates the yearly cost of heart condition and exceeding the total cost of cancer and diabetes. On a per person basis, the incremental cost of all US health care expenditures in 2010 is $8233, moderate and severe chronic pain accounted for $4516 (55% of total) and $7726.20 (93.8% of total) respectively (Gaskin et. al. 2012). American workers with neck or back pain costs between $5574 $8512, compared to those with no neck or back pain ($3,017) (Kleinman et al 2014). Neck pain is quite common, can be burdensome, and costly. One year prevalence (Hogg Johnson et al. 2008, Hoy et al. 2010) of neck pain (common) and activity limiting neck pain (less common) ranged from 30% 50% and 2 11% respectively. The prevalence is higher in women (Kääriä et al. 2012) and is highest in the middle age. Out of 289 causes of disability worldwide and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Society s Fate in Brave New World by Aldous Huxley Society s Fate It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity (Albert Einstein). Although the future remains difficult to predict, some ideas develop the undeniable fate of society. Throughout Brave New World, Aldous Huxley explains predictions for the future of society. The story begins by introducing Bernard Marx and his discovery of John, and his mother Linda on the reservation. This unfolds into John realizing the degree to which society has stripped their humanity. The emotionless society that Huxley displays depicts the nearing future of society. Although the future will introduce many useful tools for society, the damage done to society and personality is inevitable. Huxley s predictions about the future focus mainly on the dealing with suffering, questioning true freedom, and perversion of spirituality. Humanity deals with suffering in many ways, and many reveal damaging side effects. Just as in today s world, suffering in many cases leads to abuse of alcohol and drugs. More specifically in Brave New World soma offers all the advantages of Christianity and alcohol; none of their defects (Huxley 54). Although soma lacks the apparent side effects of drugs and alcohol, if analyzed properly soma only offers advantages to the authority controlling the people due to the ability of numbing society. Also, Huxley utilizes the comparison to Christianity and alcohol displaying irony due to the fact that Christianity involves the soul ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Genes And Functions Of Proteins Genes is something every living organism has. Genes are found in the DNA, which is the center for information that gives instructions for what type of protein the cell is suppose to produce, it s lifespan, maturity, and function. The gene is a subunit of DNA. It holds the instructions for what the proteins should be producing. Proteins are molecules that properly instruct the cells structure, function, and regulations of the body s tissues and organs. Amino acids are what proteins are made of. They are connected to one another in long chains. There are a variety of different types of amino acids that can be put together to make a protein. Each different sequence of amino acids tells the proteins structure and function. Antibodies, enzymes, messengers, structural components, and transport or storage proteins are different examples of protein function. ( How Do Genes Direct the Production of Proteins? , April 2015) Majority of genes hold information that is essential to produce functional proteins. From a gene to a protein the transformation is rigorous and the mechanisms happen in every single cell. There are two steps for the process of making a DNA gene to a protein which are transcription and translation. In the process of transcription, the information in a genes DNA being made into RNA (ribonucleic acid) in the cells nucleus. The kind of RNA that holds information for making a protein is a mRNA which is thw messenger RNA. It transports information to nucleus into the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Good And Bad Manners Manners, impact our lives every moment, yet you don t realize it. When you came into this world, your parents told you hold the door for her , say thank you , sharing is caring , or something similar. They tell you that so it looks like they raised you in the correct manner and so you can make a good first impression. Well, let me tell you something, some people don t have act accordingly. In this essay, I will tell you how our society influences our kids to act disrespectful and having poor manners. You may ask, how has society influenced our children? Well, firstly society tries to tell them what is good for them and what isn t. A school has a major influence on it. Kids nowadays are pressured to make bad decisions, for example, bad manners. Children who want to be cool try to do things to be in the cool kids group . They will try everything in their power to make the other kids notice them. But, when they are noticed and get accepted, that s when everything goes downhill. Since they are in that group, they ll do anything to stay in that group. If that group curse, they curse, if that group is smart mouthed, their smart mouthed, if they steal, so do they. Just be yourself, trust me, the world will be a better place if you be you. Another thing that can trigger the bad manner bomb, is the internet. Yes, the internet. Even though it may sound silly, but there are cases with kids having bad manners on there. For example, cursing. You may be thinking, well my ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Asian Family Traditions Research Paper Tradition seems to be something you have to follow and strive to accomplish. No one can follow tradition since there are obstacles. My family has always been in my eyes a typical, Asian family. One day a woman came up to me and my cousins, and asked if we were related. You see, I thought my family was just average and Asian because that was what we were mentally. But physically it was different. My cousins Raymond, Daniella, my little brother Richard and I all looked Asian. My other cousins Cindy and Natalie looked Black. Not many Asian families look like this. They go with the stereotype of black hair, brown eyes and, yellow skin. We, were not the ideal family. This originates from my grandmother. Growing up, she was just my grandmother nothing extraordinary or different; she just blended into the crowd of other Asian grandmas. Turns out she had three husbands and had children with each of them. That s not normal. I was blinded by seeing only my Vietnamese culture that ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This marriage didn t go by traditional standards as well because not only was it an interracial relationship but she was bearing his child before marriage. In an Asian family you would be disowned, this is not an exaggeration you would be kicked out and financially cut. (It might be cliché but Asians are strict.) I never thought the one to enforce the rule was the person who also broke it. On the frontlines, her second husband had died. Lastly, was the man who I thought was my grandfather, we had a picture of him in our shrine. It s traditional if a family member dies to have a picture of them in your shrine to honor them and remember them in my culture. He was another Vietnamese guy who my grandmother thought she loved. She married him, had his child and eventually he died from alcohol poisoning. Seems like a very short synopsis, considering it consists over 30 years, but this is all we really know about my grandmother s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Snap Pros And Cons What is SNAP and what food benefits our children receive in school? Well, SNAP stands for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program which formerly known as food stamps. A lot of people get food stamps because they have low income, don t have a job and can t support the kids so the government help with out with food stamp where they get their food from. The SNAP program doesn t just give out money to whoever applies because if you have a decent paying job you won t be needing it. There are a lot of programs that our children can get in the school for example, the NSLP which helps children from all over the country to get free lunch but it all depends on parents or guardian income. These programs were established to increase food consumption ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. The Education Of Medical Education On May 16, 1769 at King s College, Doctor Samuel Bard begins his commencement speech to a small group of gentlemen anxiously awaiting their graduation and immersion into the complex and elite society of medical practitioners. One can assume great bursts of applause follow the ceremony, as the institution releases the young men into the work field, unbeknownst to them what grueling education their predecessors underwent and what curriculum aspiring young men of the near future would endure. American medical education in the mid eighteenth to mid nineteenth centuries developed greatly, from originally being lecture and humanities heavy to drawing on anatomical precisions and scientific specialization. However, one cannot attribute these educational luxuries to only American schools. English versions of medical education heavily influenced those of America, but American schools would see developmental delays in methods of teaching and curriculum content compared to their role models across the sea. Some of the few, but major, components of the evolution of medical education include the method of teaching (lecture versus clinical), core curriculum (humanities versus science), and accessibility of resources (cadavers, facilities, etc.) Increasingly, and quite obviously, over the years, improvements in medical technology, disease diagnosis, and human anatomy greatly contributed to this shift in medical education. However, the turn of the nineteenth century marked great ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Salman Rushdie Research Paper The fact that a malfunction in using the freedom of speech would lead to one s death sentence what s more, ten years of cliffhanger of unknown from the threat of death and several others innocent murders is certainly horrifying. The well known British novel writer Salman Rushdie have taken a seemingly permanent and actual relief from the fatwa called by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini because of his novel The Satanic Verses, which was treated as a blasphemous work against Islam. After years of hiding and under British s police protection, Rushdie finally got out from shade and traveled around and give speeches. And at the same time, an item, a pin saying I am Salman Rushdie came out to the world, and luckily because of Rushdie s professorship ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Examples Of The Valley Of Ashes In The Great Gatsby The valley of ashes also represents the American dream. In the novel, Fitzgerald vividly describes the valley of ashes as a farm, where ashes grow like wheat into ridges and hills and grotesque gardens (Fitzgerald 24). The use of the polysyndeton infers that the amount of ashes is endless. The ash grey men in the valley of ashes are experiencing a tremendous agony as they move dimly and already [crumble] through the powdery air (Fitzgerald 24). Everyone in the valley of ashes is striving for greater; however, greater is never possible. The valley of ashes arguably remind [one]of the refuse of modern society of the human variety, un blessed (Hauhart 201). In both the novel and the film, people who have the American dream, who live in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. The Life of John Brown Caution, Sir! I am eternally tired of hearing that word caution. It is nothing but the word of cowardice! ( John Brown ) John Brown, known for his actions prior to the Civil War, spoke these words, and they truly show who he is. Brown, born on May 9, 1800, in Torrington, Connecticut, fought for everything he believed was right all the way up until his death in 1859. He was known mostly as an abolitionist and a freedom fighter, constantly trying to liberate slavery. John Brown s actions would lead him to having a role in Bleeding Kansas, as well as Harper s Ferry. John Brown was born in Connecticut and was the fourth child of Owen Brown. Growing up, he would go to church with his family, but would later leave at the age of sixteen to Morris Academy to become a minister. He had to leave the college and return to his family to work in his father s tannery due to eye inflammations. Finally, in 1836, John Brown finally settled down in Ohio with his second wife and lived a normal life. He then moved once again to Springfield, Massachusetts, where he would vow after the murder of a man named Elijah Lovejoy, Here, before God, in the presence of these witnesses, from this time, I consecrate my life to the destruction of slavery! ( Holy war ) After the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850, John Brown would create The League of Gileadites to protect escaped slaves from being captured and taken back to the south. Upon his departure from Massachusetts, he ordered them to act ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Alice Hoffman Biography Essay example Be careful what you wish for. I know that for a fact. Wishes are brutal, unforgiving things. They burn your tongue the moment they re spoken and you can never take them back. Alice Hoffman (Alice Hoffman Quotes, 2014). Alice Hoffman was born on March 16th, 1952 in New York City, New York. She grew up in Long Island, New York and graduated in 1969 from high school (Biography, 2014). Her parents got divorced when she was young, but they both worked and attended college, and out of their neighborhood, they were the only people that attended college (O Hara, 2014). Alice Hoffman attended two different colleges during her time in school. She attended Adelphi University and the Stanford University Creative Writing Center. During her ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... (O Hara, 2014). Alice Hoffman uses this belief to make her writing better. She will write a book that has something to do with the phobia or tragedy that she is going through at the moment, such as treatment for cancer. Alice Hoffman also uses tragedies that happen in America, such as 9/11, as a way to write books. This writing technique that she uses helped her most popular book get that title. Alice Hoffman s most popular book is The Dovekeepers (Biography, 2014). During the process of writing this book, Hoffman found that writing helped her during chemotherapy and while she was sick during her treatment time (O Hara, 2014). Hoffman would often write during this time to make her feel better. Due to her focusing on writing so much as an exit of treatment and sickness, Hoffman came out with a book that was beautiful, harrowing, a major contribution to the twenty first century literature (The Dovekeepers Synopsis, 2014). Also, The Dovekeepers is believed to be ambitious and mesmerizing (The Dovekeepers Synopsis, 2014), which is why it is thought to have been so popular. This book is set in Ancient Israel. In 70 CE, nine hundred Jews held out for months against armies of Romans on a mountain in the Judean, desert, Masada. Only two women and five children survived. (The Dovekeepers Synopsis, 2014). The Dovekeepers is based off of this event that occurred. In the book, four women meet in the desperate days of the siege. All are dovekeepers, and all ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. The University s Lick Observatory, Planet Hunter Team As a member that is part of the UC s Lick Observatory Planet Hunter Team, I have found a possible planetary system that may contain a planet. From my further research, I discovered that the planet may support life, such as bacteria and plants. After confirming with the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Institute about intelligent life, I eventually decided to want to discuss intelligent life through a scientific process. I will use the Drake Equation to give us the possibility that intelligent life can emit signals to reveal any existence. The equation is given as N= R* x fp x ne x fl x fi x fc x L. The calculations of each variables will help me understand what is being contributed into calculating the chance of any signals being detected and the calculated result will determined the conclusion of intelligent life existing. Nevertheless, this is just an estimation for the possibility of any life as the Drake Equation may or may not be as reliable as we may expect it to be. Calculations Step 1. I know that there are 7 new stars formed yearly in the galaxy, the number of stars is represented by R*. This is the annual rate of star formation that is adaptable for any life. So R* will equal 7 new stars formed every year. R* = 7 new stars formed every year Step 2. There is a 100% chance that if there are stars, then there has to exist planetary systems. So, R* = 7 new stars annually and fp = 1/1 relationship between stars and planetary systems or 1. Next, I take 7 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Media And Corruption Stop reading, the story ends. You go back to your life and believe whatever you want to believe. Continue reading, you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes. This is no joke, this is no movie, this is real life and you re in it. The American media system is innately corrupt and built on the vain purposes of those who fuel it. The current media and journalism deceives its viewers and manipulates them via twisting and warping topics on a historically monumental scale causing a wide range of negative effects. The negative influences the media has on young men and women corrodes their self image and deforms it. While attacking the psyche of children it also promotes racism, xenophobia, and general fear in people from the suburban level to the state level. This idea of promoting fear mongering leads to the separation of people and country. In essence, journalism and the media as a whole have become a very successful pro prejudice system where anything and everything is negative. In no way is it ethically right to condone or support any media source, not for some freedom of information cause or political agenda. The act of condoning the media and journalism admits to the legitimacy of said media and in turn, condones such behavior. Admitting the media is a legitimate system is also admitting: Kim Kardashian having a baby is news. The American media system negatively affects the self image of young boys and girls in America by simply putting out ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Analysis of Chile s Road to Socialism Essay The Yarur textile factory played an important role in Chilean politics, and was the central role for the uprisings and downfalls in Chilean history. Its first key component was that it represented an economic empire based of paper and cloth that used these resources to gain political power through the aspect of having wealth. The second element of the Yarur factory that gave its importance in Chilean politics was that it represented a monopoly of Chile s political capital. In Weavers of Revolution, Peter Winn depicts the relationship from a revolution from above and revolution from below and how the workers of the Yarur textile factory faced an on going struggle between the working class and the government. Winn focuses his analysis of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... His election came to influence workers, peasants, and pobladores in that they saw a perfect time to organize the push for socialization in the workforce. However, as stated on page 140 of Weavers of Revolution, the first hint of a problem between a conflicting revolution from above and revolution from below came apparent in the context that Allende s promise to never use the security apparatus of the state against the people.. led the lower class workers to demand more and act towards a revolutionary process from below. This type of freedom and revolutionary process caused the people to act for themselves to pursue their life long dreams, partly because for the first time, they had seen the legitimacy of Allende s word upon his speech to take over the factory from Amador. Increasingly, these rapid changes from below gave conflict to the government in that their rule of governing from above in a gradual legal way was at risk. On one side, the workers felt that by demanding more rapid changes they were fulfilling the Popular Unity program in favor of Allendes support, while on the other, the Popular Unity program and its supporters felt that their strategy for political and economic support for a revolution from above was lost. This type of push and pull politics can be seen on page 140 as Winn stated, In this delicately balanced strategy of economic and political change, the role of the masses ...was to provide political and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Home Vs. Concrete Wall Home In truth, a concrete wall house is substantially warmer than stick built construction. Advanced technology ICF (Insulated Concrete Form) homes are actually much warmer than traditional stud wall construction, as well as being far more energy efficient. Here are the facts. Thermographic tests done by the National Association of Home Builders Research Center showed that a solid ICF wall (a wall without windows or other penetrations) has fewer cold spots than a wood framed wall. This is because the thermal envelope the shield between outside and inside temperatures is much more difficult to seal in conventional stud wall construction, so that cold easily travels through thermal bridging to create uncomfortable cold spots inside the house. ICF walls, by contrast, are tightly sealed so that thermal bridging is reduced, which makes for even temperatures and fewer cold spots and drafts. Moreover, houses with ICF wall construction result in a 50% decrease in the capacity of HVAC equipment as compared to wood framed wall construction (which of course implies greatly reduced heating and cooling costs). How does ICF construction accomplish this? Concrete form insulation is constructed of blocks of parallel slabs of expanded polystyrene foam. These blocks are stacked up and snap together like children s Lego toys. Steel rebar is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... ICF construction is also four times more fire resistant than stick construction (ICF walls easily sustain four hours of extreme fire temperatures, whereas wood frame walls don t exceed a one hour rating). Moreover, ICF walls have much higher sound absorption than stick framed walls, which makes these homes much quieter and more peaceful to live ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...