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Futurism And Advertising In The 1960s Space Age
Teresa Koh
Futurism and Fashion Final Paper
Jessica Glascock
12/09/2015
Futurism and advertising in the 1960s space age
Futurism was an artistic and social movement originating from 20th century Italy. The movement
ultimately rejected anything that looked to the past for identity. Instead, it glorified speed,
technology, youth, and the idea of anything industrial and mass produced. As the founders of the
movement would have it, the movement explored different mediums of art and design, ultimately
overarching each other, and finding its way into many aspects of daily life; including and not
limited to conventional mediums such as painting, sculpture architecture, film, music, poetry, and
photography; just to name a few. With its dynamic and innovative aesthetic qualities, it is still
being appreciated and used in conceptual ways by a handful of present day designers and art
directors as seen in Image 1 (MCM ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
We see this today in materials used to make clothing, and even the way these clothings are being
advertised and sold.
When the introduction of mass production occrued in the (Insert year here) many people had
opportunities to buy products that would have otherwise taken a very long time to produce. The
introduction of mass manufacturing is also what drives what we now know today as a consumerist
culture. The need, and want for people to buy would have not been made poossible without
advertising made for these
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Changes In The Ottoman Empire
The decrease of the Ottoman state made the beginning of reform essential, while in the meantime
expanded the bartering force of capable European nations that wished to advance their own
particular investments. These states meddled with the interior undertakings of the Ottoman state
and pushed for changes with the point that, through the presentation of reforms, they would
promote new opportunity and better guarantees for existing interests. Meanwhile, these states
expected that a further decrease in the Ottoman Empirewould strengthen political and military
unsteadiness in the Balkans, which consequently could also debilitate the security of Europe.
Determined by need and political weight, in the early 19th century, the Ottoman Empire presented
an arrangement of political changes known as Tanzimat. Among others, these changes went for
reinforcing further the guideline toward oneself of different non Muslim amasses and acquaint their
political uniformity with the Muslims under the idea of Ottomanism. The Tanzimat changes
nullified the customary qualification of the Ottoman subjects to those belonging to the ummah and
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Unlike Russia, the Christian character of Europe was an obstruction for the Ottoman reformers to
seek after an approach of wholesale Westernization. Islam was a key distinction of the Ottoman
state and civilization, which obliged nineteenth century reformists to embrace particular
modernization. Its main precepts were: the guarantee of the life and property of all imperial
subjects; the prohibition of punishment without a fair trial; implicit recognition of the equality of
Muslim and non Muslim subjects before the law; taxation in keeping with individual income;
abolition of tax farming; and settlement of the period of military
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Tissues Specific Roles For Two Grp170 Chaperones Loci
Tissues Specific Roles for Two GRP170 Chaperones Loci in Protein Folding in Caenorhabditis
Elegans
Mengxin Wang
OVERVIEW
The cellular functions of chaperones are vital to all living organisms from prokaryotes to man.
Molecular chaperones are stress proteins that are involved in inhibition of protein aggregation and
that participate in numerous normal cellular processes such as protein folding, assembly, and
transportation of secretory or transmembrane proteins. The largest chaperone is the glucose
regulated protein 170 (Grp170). It it evolutionarily related to the hsp70 superfamily and resides in
the endoplasmic reticulum (ER). It is induced by stress conditions such as hypoxia, ischaemia,
glucose deprivation, reductive reagents, anoxia ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
One limitation of the early work on UPR induction is that it analyzed who worm gene
expression. It did not look to see if the response was limited to particular tissues or if GRP170 is
essential to normal protein folding throughout the nematode. The goal of my research is to
investigate the tissue specificity of the role of GRP170a and GRP170b in protein folding. To
study the cell specificity of UPR, I will use a reporter transgene that expresses GFP in cells
undergoing UPR. I will conduct genetic crosses to introduce this transgene into a genetic
background deficient for GRP170a or GRP170b. I will use fluorescence microscopy to identify
which cells in the GRP170 deficient worms are undergoing UPR. That will indicate which cells
GRP170 s are essential for normal protein folding. Learning which cells depend on GRP170 will
provide insight into the role of GRP170 of the multicellular animals.
INTRODUCTION
The cellular functions of chaperones are vital to all living organisms from prokaryotes to man.
Molecular chaperones are stress proteins that are involved in inhibition of protein aggregation and
that participate in numerous normal cellular processes such as protein folding, assembly, and
transportation of secretory or transmembrane proteins. A newly synthesized polypeptide chain must
fold to its energetically stable, native, tertiary or
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Cain And Abel Pros And Cons
CAIN AND ABEL And Adam knew Eve his wife, and she conceived and bare, Cain, and said, I
have gotten a man from the Lord. And she again bare, his brother Abel. And Abel was a keeper
of sheep, but Cain was a tiller of the ground. And in the process of time it came to pass, that Cain
brought of the fruit of the ground an offering unto the Lord. And Abel, he also brought of the
firstlings of his flock and of the fat thereof. And the Lord had respect unto Abel and his offering.
But unto Cain and to his offering he had not respect. And Cain was very wroth, and his
countenance fell . . . . And Cain talked with Abel his brother, and it came to pass, when they were
in the field, that Cain rose up against Abel his brother, and slew him. (Genesis 4:... Show more
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And I will make of thee a great nation, and I will bless thee, and make thy name great; and thou
shall be a blessing. And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee: and in
thee shall all families of the earth be blessed . . . . And Abram took Sarai his wife and Lot his
brother s son and all their substance that they had gathered, and the souls they had gotten in Haran
and they went forth to go into the land of Canaan; and into the land of Canaan they came.
(Genesis 12: 1 5) A bram in both languages means skinny or emaciated. On the other hand Ab ra m
means Father of destruction. Both of meanings of his name do not represent the blessing the Lord
had on Abraham and his family. Sarai is another name that does not conform with the blessings of
the family. Sarai, simply means my enemy or my antagonist or my adversary. BETHEL AND
EGYPT And he removed from thence unto a mountain on the east of Beth el, and pitched his tent,
having Beth el on the west and Haion on the east: and there he build an alter unto the Lord, and
called upon the name of the Lord. And Abram journeyed, going on still toward the south. And there
was
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Yellowstone National Parks
The Expeditions that led to the establishment of Yellowstone National Park
Throughout history we have witnessed, heard and read about locations that had a significant
impact in history. Stepping into historical locations can either bring back great memories or serve
as memories of grief and sadness. Historical locations can be either war memoirs, monuments and it
can be nature preserves. The National park systems is one of the achievements that the United States
stands for, meaning the United States stands for glamor, refinement, protection and freedom.
National parks are one of the most enjoyable sites to visit. The National Parks are under federal
protection which states a powerful statement that Americans can demonstrate restraint to protect ...
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They then proceeded to push forward to the west and they arrived at Fort Sarpy on the
Yellowstone area on August 29th 1859. They had the same plan as Lewis and Clark, they split
up into 2 groups to gain ground and explore more regions, and one group was with Lit.
Maynadier and the other was with Captain Reynolds. Captain Reynolds was set to push up to
Bighorn and Lit. Maynadier was to ascend the O Fallon s Fork. This plan stayed and remained
till May 1860. On July 3rd 1860 both parties rejoined at the 3 forks of the Missouri River.
Reynolds went north to Fort Benton to descend the Missouri River by boat and Maynadier went
to Fort Union via Yellowstone River. Then from Fort Union the 2 halves of the expedition began
their final stretch by Maynadier continuing down the River Missouri by boat and Reynolds set to
Fort Pierre. The 2 groups Rejoined again on September 7th 1960, 14 months after they
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The Definition Of Savagery In The Lord Of The Flies
Every human is a savage. All of us has something savage within our lives. When were born,
people learn humanity and what s right from wrong. In the book The Lord Of The Flies The
boys are definitely considered savages .In the book, the boys are considered savages because it
is evident that when you re at home, you re taught what s right and wrong, but in the book there
are no parents, another reason is the characteristics of humanity was low such as being civilized.
Lastly is the way they talk and treat things/others which shows a huge amount of savagery. The
definition of savagery is the quality of being fierce or cruel. The definition of humanity is the
human race/human being characteristics.Part of life people have different sides of them whether
are being nice, sad, mad, excited, then lastly there s mean/cruel. Being mean/ cruel is basically
the definition of Savagery. It is anarchy which is used in the book. In The Lord Of The Flies the
characters are Anarch types. An example is that Ralph is the hero, but Piggy is the outcast. For
the hero s job they must fulfill their duties and tasks. Ralph tries to help and lead the group
throughout the whole thing. The character, Piggy, He is a main outcast out of all the characters
he is also bullied from the boys on the island. He has many ideas, but is often left out. At home
you have your parents or your guardians. There is an authority figure there at all times telling you
what to do and how to grow up in life. they
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The Pros And Cons Of Child Slavery
Across the globe, millions of children different ages work extremely long hours in hazardous
conditions that prevent them from getting any type of education. It is harmful to their physical
and mental health and to their development as young children. Child slavery does not allow for
children as young as 5 to 15 years of age to receive fair treatment. My topic relates to groups of
children that are sold or bought into the child slavery industry. They receive unfair treatment by
being forced to work long, agonizing hours that no child should be working. They are not able to
go to school and develop normal skills a child their age should be getting. Children that are forced
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He is involved in trying to gain equal protection for farmworker children in foreign countries.
10,500 children had been removed from child labor under the programme UNICEF, and about 80%
were enrolled in community based schools in the Middle East. Shop to Stop Slavery is a company
that raises awareness by selling slave free products. Their goal is to engage everyone in the fight
against all forms of modern day slavery and child labor. As an example...a 14 year old Syrian
refugee says he makes about $6 a day as a shoe shiner. He picks up work as he walks up and down
the streets of Beirut s Hamra shopping district. CARE (charity organization) is giving cash to
families in Jordan and Lebanon (cities in the Middle East), to allow children to attend school
rather than working long hours throughout the day. A new program to help children is The
Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, as they are in partnership with UNICEF. They have
developed a program to take all working children off the streets. The children are given the
opportunity to seek a facility and receive psychological help and support then return back to their
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Symphony Orchestra Reflection
Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the Texas State Symphony Orchestra Recital at Evans
Auditorium. The performance was made up of two pieces: Overture to Nabucco composed by
Giuseppe Verdi and Symphony No. 5 E minor op. 64 composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky with
its 4 movements. The theme of the overall performance was Fifth and Fate , depicting the ideas of
life and destiny. Despite its flaws, the concert very well exemplified this theme and overall put on a
delightful and memorable performance. Now, while the performance in its entirety was something
spectacular, like every piece of art, it had its flaws. One thing I noticed throughout the recital was
the lack of balance. At some points, the string section overpowered the horns almost entirely to
where it was nearly impossible to hear them. Granted, the string section was almost three times the
size of the brass, but that is no excuse. A good director would notice this imbalance and make an
attempt to conduct the sections to fix this unequal sound. Simply stating, the strings needed to be
quieter and the horns could ve made an attempt to be louder. A more obvious fault to the untrained
ear was the timing of the orchestra. On occasion, after rests, when an entire section was cued to
come in, they did not come in in unison. There would be a lone bassoon or viola that would come
sometimes as soon as a beat before the rest of the ensemble. This hindered the sense of unity and
harmony the orchestra attempted
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The Nuclear Arms Of The United States And The Soviet Union
In order to maintain peace and stability in the world, there must be a balance of power between
countries. The Nuclear Arms Race was started because there wasn t a balance of power after
World War II. The U.S. was the only country at that time which possessed nuclear weapons.
Russia, fearing a United States domination of world power, developed a nuclear bomb of its own.
Thus started the Arms Race, in which both countries attempted to gain the upper hand in terms of
the number of nuclear warheads each possessed. However, the Arms Race ended when several
treaties in arms reduction were passed. I believe that in the end, the United States and the Soviet
Union realized that one country would eventually win, and the balance of power would... Show
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Typically, in popular depictions of arms races, the political calculations that start and regulate
the pace of the game remain obscure. As Charles H. Fairbanks, Jr., has noted, The strange result
is that the activity of the other side, and not one s own resources, plans, and motives, becomes
the determinant of one s behavior. And what constitutes the finish line of the game is the
province of assertion, rather than analysis. Many onlookers, and some participants, have
claimed that the likelihood of war increases as the accumulation of arms proceeds apace. A close
examination of the historical evidence reveals a different picture. Political purposes almost
always drive and govern arms races. It is common for a major race to be initiated by a state
interested in changing the political status quo. In some cases, the response of states content with
the status quo is swift and resolute, but in other cases it is constrained by domestic political or
economic considerations or diverted by diplomatic calculations. The course of an arms race has
frequently exacerbated a sense of rivalry and occasionally even determined the timing of a war; but
most often it has ended in a political settlement between rivals or in a decision by one side to
moderate its buildup. The first competitive buildup in which contemporaries used the arms race
metaphor seems to have been the naval rivalry in the late nineteenth century, in which France and
Russia challenged Britain in the context of
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Similarities Between Easter And Greek Easter
Come every April, I would throw on my clothes and run out to our Dolmades tree to pick leaves
to prepare for our traditional dinner. My grandfather grew up in Sparta Greece. He grew up
celebrating a different occasion that most people do not. Most families across the world,
celebrate a tradition known as Easter. The whole family comes over, turkey and mashed potatoes
are spread out all over the table, and you re waiting for the moment your mom tells you that it s
time to eat. However, my family is different. Instead of celebrating Easter we celebrate Greek
Easter. Both are quite similar in ways but have very different traditional values and most
importantly, food.
Initially, my grandfather would celebrate Greek Easter when he was a child and then brought
the tradition to my family. However, the food prepared wasn t easily accessible to him when he
was a child. Growing up in Greece, food and money were scarce. To add, he grew up during
World War I, soldiers would scavenge through his village frequently. Roaming house to house
taking any supplies and food they could get their hands on. With that being said, in order to
celebrate Greek Easter, he had to find leaves, rice, and all the essential needs to prepare the food.
Walking through town barefoot, he would only find limited supplies to make the food. Like
Jonathan Safran Foer said in Storytelling In the forests of Europe, she ate to stay alive until the
next opportunity to eat to stay alive again. In America, fifty years
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Big Nurse Ratched Quotes
Nurse Ratched, known as Big Nurse is the head nurse in the asylum and her role is to keep order
and control in the ward. She is a master of manipulation. In the passage on page 55, the metaphor
referring to the therapy meeting as bunch of chickens at a peckin party uses an animal motif to
further emphasize the inhuman way Big Nurse retains control. The alliteration peckin party and
blood and bones (Kesey, 55) underscores the seriousness of the meeting. Harding is the chicken in
this peckin party and Big Nurse is the one who takes the first peck. Adding amplification to
McMurphy s analogy, detailing blood spotted chickens that get pecked to death and as their blood
splats onto other chickens they become the next victims, creates a graphic... Show more content on
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The peckin party is a way to keep order by singling out and humiliating the individual until they
have no self worth. Miss Ratched puts up a pleasant facade giving the illusion that her motives
are for the greater good of her patients. This is evident in Harding s denial of McMurphy s view
that the meetings are Peckin Parties, Our dear Miss Ratched? Our sweet, smiling, tender angel
of mercy, Mother Ratched, a ball cutter? Why, friend, that s most unlikely (57). Miss Ratched s
job is to keep order in the ward at all costs. She does not act out of pure obligation to do her job
well, but enforces her authority even at the expense of the patient s progress. Miss Ratched s
treatment of Billy is proof of how she casts aside patient s advancement and wellbeing to ensure
strict adherence to the rules. Billy desires to live a normal life but Miss Ratched squashes his
dreams and keeps him under her thumb. Sadly, when McMurphy schemes to give Billy a real
sexual encounter, he gets caught. Even though Billy shows a glimmer of confidence, Miss
Ratched targets his weakness to his mother by saying, Mrs. Bibbit s always been so proud of
your discretion. I know she has. This is going to disturb her terribly. You know how she is when
she gets disturbed, Billy; you know how ill the poor woman can become. She s very sensitive
(264). Unable to bare the shame, Billy commits suicide. Again Miss Ratched
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Nihms
NIH Public Access Author Manuscript Nat Rev Microbiol. Author manuscript; available in PMC
2013 January 03. Published in final edited form as: Nat Rev Microbiol. 2011 April ; 9(4): 244
253. doi:10.1038/nrmicro2537. The skin microbiome $watermark text Elizabeth A. Grice and Julia
A. Segre Genetics and Molecular Biology Branch, National Human Genome Research Institute,
National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, 20892 4442, USA. Abstract $watermark text
The skin is the human body s largest organ, colonized by a diverse milieu of microorganisms,
most of which are harmless or even beneficial to their host. Colonization is driven by the ecology
of the skin surface, which is highly variable depending on... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
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The skin is a continuously selfrenewing organ, and squames are constantly shed from the skin
surface as the final stage of terminal differentiation, having begun their migration from the basal
layer ~4 weeks earlier12. Invaginations and appendages $watermark text Cutaneous invaginations
and appendages, including sweat glands (eccrine and apocrine), sebaceous glands and hair follicles,
are likely to be associated with their own unique microbiota13 (FIG. 1). Eccrine glands, which are
more abundant than apocrine glands, are found on virtually all skin surfaces and continuously bathe
the skin surface with their secretion, which is composed mainly of water and salt. The primary role
of eccrine sweat is thermoregulation through the release of latent heat from the evaporation of
water. Additional functions of eccrine glands include excretion of water and electrolytes, and
acidification of the skin, which prevents the colonization and growth of microorganisms. Apocrine
glands, which are located in the axillary vault (armpit), nipple and genitoanal regions, respond to
adrenaline by producing milky, viscous, odourless secretions. Apocrine secretions have long been
postulated to contain pheromones, which are molecules that trigger certain behaviours (for
example, sexual or alarm) in the receiving individual14. The stereotypical
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Essay on Class, Socialization, and Politics
Elections are at the core of the American political system. They are the way we choose our
government, the source of government authority, and a means by which the people can influence
public policy. For most Americans, voting is the only form of political participation. Essential
questions to ask concerning these issues are: Who votesand why? What influences people to
become voters? And what influences how they vote? It is important to approach these issues from a
sociological standpoint addressing such matters as socializationand social stratification.
Socialization is a gradual process that takes place as we grow up. It is the process that aids in
developing attitudes and opinions that allow us get along within a society. These ... Show more
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(Introduction to Sociology Pg. 222) Within this class system are three broad overlapping
categories: a working class, a middle class, and an upper class. People are placed within these
categories based on their occupation, income, and wealth. The working class receives the
lowest income and fills blue collar jobs in factories and farms, as well as white collar positions
like clerical and secretarial jobs in offices. The middle class consists of professionals like
teachers, engineers, small business people, and skilled workers. The upper class, often called
the elite or ruling class is composed of those who run our major economic and political
institutions and receive the highest earnings for doing so. Class as reflected in education,
income, and occupation, does influence people s attitudes on a variety of issues. People in the
working class tend to be liberal in wanting greater economic equality and more programs dealing
with social welfare. This liberalism on economic issues contrasts strongly with their ideas on civil
liberties. Members of the middle class tend to be more conservative in their economic views and
more liberal on issues such as free speech and respect for civil rights. Therefore, class attitudes on
political questions are both liberal and conservative. The problem with figuring out how these
various characteristics that divide the population influences a person s political behavior is that
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United Airlines Argument Essay
The article Here s what United will do differently after the infamous dragging incident , written
by Kristine Phillips and Avi Selk (2017), describes the aftermath of the incident where a United
Airline passenger was forcibly removed from an airplane to open a seat for an off duty crew
member. This event was a disaster for United and fueled public anger toward United, even
international outrage (Phillips Selk, 2017). This issue has caused United Airlines to change their
policies by requiring off duty crew members to check in at least an hour before the flight leaves
(Phillips and Selk, 2017) and once the airplane has been boarded, the passengers cannot be
removed, unless it is for safety reasons. Seats on an airplane are intangible,
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Literary Analysis Of A Tree Grows In Brooklyn
The Everlasting Tree An American classic is a novel that has beautiful language, complex
characters that change throughout the novel and is timeless. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn does just
that. Betty Smith, author of A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, wrote this novel about a young girl s
coming of age during the early 1900 s. Smith wanted to publish a novelthat showed the American
Dream and the struggles of being poor in America. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn is considered an
American classic because of its connection to the American Dream, how the hardships of being
poor prevented attaining that dream and the impact of Francie being a woman with the
injustices she faced. Betty Smith was a German immigrant that lived in Williamsburg Brooklyn,
New York (Johnson). She was a play writer and a novelist at a young age (Johnson) . Smith
began her writing career at Ann Arbor and her playwriting career at the Yale School of Drama
(Johnson). Her move to North Carolina to become a part of the WPA Federal Theater Project
kick started her career as a play writer (Johnson). Her novel, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, was
written over a period of a few years and was based on her own life (Johnson). As soon as it was
published in 1943 it became a bestseller instantly and many saw Smith as a major component of
literacy in the 1940 s (Johnson). The stress of her overnight success put a considerable amount of
pressure on her to write consimore novels (Johnson). She settled in Chapel Hill, NC where she later
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Difference Between The Spatiality Of Position And Situation
The Difference Between the Spatiality of Position and Situation In the third chapter of Part 1 of
Phemomenology of Perception Meurlo Ponty discusses the orientation of the body and how we
perceive of it within the world. To do this he introduces two key concepts; spatiality of position and
spatiality of situation. Both these concepts apply to our experiences being a body within the world
but have very distinct features regarding our perceptions of our bodies and how we conceive of
and interact with the world. This paper will look at the distinction between the two concepts
using Meurlo Ponty s Schnieder and attempting to determine the significance of defining these
two concepts in such a way. To begin, Meurlo Ponty starts by discussing how the parts of our
body relate to each other in a very particular way. We do not conceive of ourselves as a collection
of closely spatially related organs but rather as a whole contributing to our body schema (PhP
100). Our body schema is a gradually developing psychological construct that helps us develop a
summary of our experiences as a body including out movement as a whole and unifies us a being
(PhP 100). The body schema that we develop plays into the spatiality of position and the
spatiality of situation and how the body appears to us. Spatiality of position refers to the body
within space, in this case the body is perceived of as part of the external objective world. Meurlo
Ponty says that this conceptis consistent with ideaof
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The Drawbacks of Gun Control Legislation
Gun control is many issues of this nation summed up into two words. In the point of view of
some people gun control is a crime issue, while to others it is a rights issue. Gun control also is a
safety issue and believe it or not, an education issue. Within each of these problems, there are those
who want guncontrol legislation, and those like myself, who want less gun control legislation.
The second amendment states that we as citizens have the right to bear arms and protect
ourselves. Gun control only keeps the good guys from obtaining firearms. Bad guys will always
have ways of getting weapons, whether it be from the black market, cross borders, or illegal street
sales. Another drawback of any and all gun control legislation is that they only affect law abiding
citizens. By clarification a criminal is someone who breaks the law. Therefore, passing gun control
legislation to control crime committed by criminals is disagreeable. According to the
(NRA) National Rifle Association, only four criminals have been taken into custody while
attempting to legally purchase a firearm. Criminals do not purchase guns legally. They have other
ways to get guns, such as the black market or theft. Many citizens are for new gun control laws, but
many are against them. Nowadays, it is almost impossible to pick up a magazine or watch the
evening news without being blasted with details of another mass shooting, or another child that
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Advancements in Women s Rights Over the Past 100 Years Essay
Most cultures and societies through both history, and today have viewed women as the weaker sex
. Often they labeled unfit to perform many jobs outside of child bearing and domestic chores, even
considered less intelligent than men are. In the past, this attitude translated into fewer jobs for
women, below average pay, and poor working conditions.
This continues today, despite the many great advances women have made in the past 100 years.
This is evident in the Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) fields, where a man is far more
likely to get the position than a woman is. The rate of males EMTs compared to femaleEMTs was a
ration of 8 1 in 2010. During my research, I came across a website which states,
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Another reason for job inequality could be the misconception that women are unable to make
rational decisions, because they are emotionally driven. Women are emotional creatures, but their
emotions do not override common sense. Typically, women have to study more, and work harder
than a man to achieve their position of power. According to the Harvard Business Review
Women, still face tougher odds not only getting into, but also staying in the C suite. (CEO). They
conducted a study in which they studied the leadership of the world s top 2000 companies; they
found that 29 (1.5%) of those CEOs were women. The Harvard Business Review also notes the
difference between men and women CEOs and suggests that women still aren t treated as equals to
men when it comes to high stakes positions. Another study by Darden Professor Erica James
reported that stock in a company drops after the announcement of a female CEO, but not after that
of a male CEO.
As time went on women continued their struggle to earn their right even today. In some areas
around the world, women are still expected to be those perfect 50 s housewives where they cook,
clean, make, and raise the children. In areas around the world like Israel, women who cannot have
children appear as something useless to society. Their husbands
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Analysis Of Chopped And Screw
Houston, Texas is the hometown of an artist who pioneered an innovative genre of rap. Robert
Earl Davis Jr., better known as DJ Screw, birthed this genre by experimenting with turntables at a
young age. To Davis, there was precision in making his beat stand out from the others. His
experimentation led to the creation of what he called Chopped and Screwed. DJ Screw s
interpretation of ideal rap music governed not only the genre, but artist throughout Houston.
During the 90 s, Chopped and Screwed had a notable effect on musical, social, pharmaceutical,
and cultural aspects in Houston which are still being expressed today. Rap before Chopped and
Screwed, like Miami bass, was usually upbeat with a fast tempo. Few artists during the early...
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To have a more intense and emotional experience with Chopped and Screwed, listeners often
paired it with sipping lean. Chopped and Screwed and lean complemented each other very well.
DJ Screw and other related Houston rappers often promoted lyrics about abusing lean. This
made drinking the substance socially acceptable and popular. Jesse Serwer, author of DJ Screw:
From Cough Syrup to Full Blown Fever stated, that s just the culture down here and a way of
life . From then on, Sipping Lean became a staple in the lives and music of Houston s artists and
listeners. The impact of Chopped and Screwed ventures on into the change of Houston s culture.
Chopped and Screwed for Houstonians was and still is a cultural identity. For example, June
27th is the day Houston habitants celebrate DJ Screw. That is how important he is to rap music.
Artist such as Drake have produced remixes from one of DJ Screw s most memorable songs,
June 27th. DJ Screw mixed and mastered the beat and various artist freestyled over the beat.
Many Houston artists supported the movement DJ Screw spearheaded because it influenced the
culture remarkably. The start of Screwed Up Click also greatly shaped Chopped and Screwed. DJ
Screw, the leader of the group, invited other Houston rappers to join. Some of the original
members included, but were not limited to, Big Moe, Fat Pat, Mike D, Botany Boyz, and Big
Hawk. Other members who
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My Thoughts On My Dreams
Day 1: My first mindful rest experience was new and kind of unexpected. I did not believe I
would feel so comfortable in that position to fall asleep on the floor afterwards. I amazed myself
that I didn t want to get up. My dreams are generally very vivid and involve lots of action,
however in my dream after this experience was completely dark. Not scary dark, but just the
nothingness found in blackness. I took a fair bit of rearrangement to get into a comfortable
position, but once I got to it, the hard tile floor actually didn t feel as hard as I had thought it
would. Surprisingly, my grandfather used to take naps on the floor lying flat with a pillow
against his head, although his feet were not in the same position with knees pointing towards
the sky, I felt connected to him through this activity. I found I had to really plan out a time to do
it in the future, because this experience was completed at a random hour when I was working on
my other homework and I realized I had mindful rest to complete today. I am planning on doing
it for 7 days straight but am a little worried that I may miss a day because of timing. Day 2: I had
a different experience in today s mindful rest, I was told to keep my eyes open which I think gave
it a different experience than the last. I remained mindful the entire time. Although today was very
hot in my room, and keeping the fans off for the entirety was hard. It was interesting that when I
got up after, I felt as though my breathing was
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The Actual Meaning of My Papa s Waltz by Theodore Roethke...
The Actual Meaning of My Papa s Waltz by Theodore Roethke
Poetry is made to express the feelings, thoughts, and emotions of the poet. The reader can interpret
the poem however they see fit. Critics are undecided about the theme of Theodore Roethke s My
Papa s Waltz. Some people believe that the poem is one of a happy exchange between a father and
son. The more convincing interpretation is that it has a hidden message of parental abuse. Careful
analysis of the keywords and each individual stanza back up this theory of child abuse by a violent
and drunken father.
The word that is key to the poem is romp. Roethke states that we romped until the pans / slid from
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Most people would not associate a joyous event and death. For instance, when someone is on a
roller coaster, they hang on tight out of fear. The second stanza gives the details of how the
father was knocking over pans and shelves. No fun event would require continuous destruction to
the house. The reader also sees the mother in a seemingly helpless state as the father continues to
damage the house. She seems to be in a state of dismay as her husband carries on his behavior.
Her frown shows that his actions sadden her but she is powerless to stop him. One would think
that a smile would be more appropriate. This supports the abuse aspect because she would not be
frowning if it was a joyous exchange between the son and father.
In the last two stanza s, Roethke describes the vivid details of the beating. He describes how one
hand clinches the boy s wrist. Clinch seems to be a rather strong word and it indicates a use of
forceful grabbing. If this were a happy dance, the author would not use such a strong description.
Lines 11 12 shows how the father tries to hit the son but due to his intoxication he misses and
grazes the son s ear with the belt buckle. The fourth and final stanza sums up the feelings of the
boy towards the father. The words seem to be directly spoken to the dad. This is not the first time
this type of action has taken place. The reader gets this interpretation because the boy says, you beat
time on my head
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The Soybean Aphid, An Invasive Insect Of North America
The soybean aphid, Aphis glycines is an invasive insect in North America. Kingdom: Animalia,
Phylum: Arthropoda, Class: Insecta, Order: Hemiptera, Family: Aphididae, Genus: Aphis, Species:
A. glycines ( Soybean Aphid ).
(Diers, et al. 2009)
The soybean aphid is native to Asia and a common pest in China ( Soybean Aphid ). Asian countries
that experience the soybean aphid as an occasional pest are Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, the
Philippines and Thailand ( Soybean Aphid ). The aphids were identified in Wisconsin in the
summer of 2000 (Venette et al. 2004). Many believe that the soybean aphid arrived a few years
prior to its identification because of the pest thrived in small numbers. Typically farmers and
agronomist are not going to know a foreign species until they are looking for cause of crop
injury. The invasion is believed to be accidental as the aphids were most likely introduced from,
China or Japan carried by an international airline passenger or associated with a horticultural
cargo (Venette et al. 2004). Only two years after being identified the aphids were found in 20
states including the Midwest and along the East Coast which contain approximately 89 percent of
the land in the United States used to grow soybeans (Soybean Aphid). The soybean aphid was able
to move quickly across the continental United States. These small insects utilized wind currents to
be carried great distances and luckily for them the soybeans are one of
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Ptlls Assignment 1 Roles and Responsibilities Essay
Lifelong Learning Sector Lifelong learning sector covers adult education (16+) outside
universities and takes place in further education colleges, adult and community learning centres,
work bases, libraries, archives and information centres, the forces, NHS, prisons, private
colleges. The learners range widely in their ages, interests, abilities, cultural and ethnic
backgrounds, etc. Teacher s Roles and Responsibilities Our role as ESOL teachers is extremely
diverse and includes many other aspects outside teaching in class, e.g. we can be a subject leader,
a manager of learning resources, a curriculum developer, a tutor, an assessor, an advice giver, an
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As an ESOL teacher, I will be required to explain fire evacuation procedure pointing out to the
nearest fire exit and keeping a register in case of fire, check the classroom before and after the
lesson, ensure appropriate ventilation and lighting. Equality Act 2006 ESOL teachers should ensure
that all learners are treated equally and have equal opportunities regardless of their race, sex,
cultural background and abilities. During the observed lesson, the teacher treated the learners with
equal respect, he gave them equal opportunities to participate in the activities and discussions, he
listened to everyone and respected their views and opinions. The class was conducted taking into
account the multicultural nature of the class and different backgrounds of the students. Boundaries
When our responsibilities are clearly defined in the job description, during induction process and in
instructions and guidelines, it ensures clear understanding and co operation, effective working
relationships, positive psychological environment and smooth running of all aspects of teaching
/learning process. The Institute for Learning (IfL) is responsible for enforcing the Code Of
Professional Practice introduced in April 2008 to regulate the activities of
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Pest Analysis Tesco
TESCO
1. Introduction
Tesco is one of the world s largest food retailer which deals in retailing services and other
associated activities right now operating in UK, third largest retailer in the world in terms of
profits and second largest retailer in the world in terms of revenue. (Data monitor, 2013) It has
over 2400 stores operating worldwide in 13 different countries. Known as retailing giant TescoPLC
employs over 530000 employees who serve tens of millions of customers every week to serve
them regarding their basic needs (Tesco, 2014) Even after being a retailing giant Tesco has also not
escaped the wrath of the economic crisis prevailing in UK and has seen few of its toughest years.
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It helps us know broad overview of the atmosphere in which company operates. (Kuvilahiti,2012)
a. Political factors: As Tesco is operating in over 13 countries so theworkings of the company are
very much affected by government policies, rules and regulations prevailing in one particular
country. Often in many countries Tesco is faced with the legislations to provide jobs to all sets of
population and Tesco specifically employe young students as they are young, provide high quality
work and less salary and are loyal to their work. Current economic slowdown has resulted in
closing of few Tesco stores in European Union.
b. Economic Factors: This is one of the major sections where Tesco is most ill affected at current
juncture of its growth as crisis has led Tesco to follow retrenchment policy which can hamper
satisfaction among employees and they don t feel motivated. Also the economic slump has had a
direct impact on demands of consumers who want to curtail back on their expenditures which is
affecting Tesco very badly. Economic factors badly influence demand, prices, costs and profits for
a firm. Tesco has no control over these economic factors but the slowdown has resulted in Tesco
being exposed to market concentration
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Fear Of Madness In Hamlet
Madness, and fear of madness, are the driving factors behind the plot and character interactions
in the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare. By the end of the play, almost every main character
ends up dead as a result of the hysteria or indecisiveness of other characters. As more and more
tragic events and countless deaths occur, each character is forced to find a coping mechanism.
Some succumb to the pressure, like Ophelia, who goes mad and drowns after her father dies, but
others attempt to hide the effect the pressure has on them, like King Claudius. A deeper
examination of Claudius s emotions and behaviors reveal that his psychological state is in truth
severely damaged and has taken a toll on his actions.
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He diagnoses this disease as Hamlet and attempts to cure himself by sending the Prince to
execution in England. ... The King is very violently affected by this play (Alexander). Unable to
deal with his own guilt and grief after murdering his brother, Claudius instead finds a scapegoat
to convince himself he has done nothing wrong. He accuses Hamlet of being mad, yet there is
madness that lies within himself. The burden of holding in the horrible action he has committed
has begun to take a toll on his well being, and the audience is finally given a glimpse into
Claudius s emotions after The Murder of Gonzago, when he attempts to pray: Pray can I not.
Though inclination be as sharp as will, my stronger guilt defeats my strong intent (3.3.42 44). The
fact that there is nothing Claudius can ever do to truly make up for what he has done finally
catches up to him, but he instead ends up using this as motivation for pursuing Hamlet s murder.
The more Hamlet pushes his buttons, the more Claudius increasingly responds with coercion and
eventually force (Keener). Every move Hamlet makes serves to convince Claudius that he is mad
and a threat that needs controlling. Claudius convinces others around him that stopping Hamlet s
madness is for the safety of the people, yet it is mainly
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Social Support-Giving Communication
A communication approach to the study of social support views it as an interactive process
involving support seeking behavior, the giving of support, and a response to support by the
receiver (Barbee, 1990; Burleson et al., 1994; House, 1981). Support giving communication
includes any behaviors with altruistic intent directed toward another individual (Dunkel Schetter,
Blasband, Feinstein, Herbert, 1992, p. 90), such as providing advice or comfort. Those who receive
effective social supportmay experience benefits such as feelings of well being, a sense of being
accepted and understood, and an improved ability to control and cope with stressful events
(Burleson, 1994).
Many types of social support have been examined in the literature.
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Civil Rights Movement Courage
The Civil Rights Movement is often portrayed as white men against black men but the women
definitely had their dog in the fight so to speak. McGuire recounts the important events of the civil
rights movement and highlights the courage exhibited by African American women. She hits the
nail on the head in terms of the civil rights movement. The civil rights movement was fueled by the
courage and the togetherness of the black people, particularly black women. These Black women
had the courage to speak up; the courage to fight for justice; the courage to defend black
womanhood. Despite the risk of being imprisoned, beaten or lynched these women stood together
to fight for what was right. If it hadn t been for their courage I m not sure if the
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Cineplex Inc. Risk Profile
CINEPLEX INC risk profile
CAS 300 requires auditors to their audit using a risk based model where the nature, timing and
extent of audit procedures are based on the assessed risk of material misstatement. Pickett (2006)
argues that for audits to be effective and efficient, much of the audit effort should be focused on
areas that are considered to pose the highest audit risk. Additional audit procedures should be
linked to individual audit assertions whereas other audit procedures need to be performed as and
when needed. Thus, for an audit plan to be put in place, it is necessary for an auditor to come up
with a risk profile of the client comprising an understanding of the business operating by the audit
client, assess business risk and also perform its preliminary analytical review.
CINEPLEX INC Business and industry Cineplex Inc is a leading Canadian entertainment
company that operates a number of businesses such as food services, movie theatres, gaming,
alternative programming and retail of apps for various electronics. The company has also entered
into a joint venture agreement with SCENE which is currently a successful entertainment loyalty
program in Canada (Cineplex, 2014). The Canadian entertainment industry that is served by
Cineplex has been recording sustained growth since 2011 where a growth of 5 percent was
recorded. PwC s Global Entertainment and Media Outlook for 2014 2018 (PWC, 2014) indicate
that the industry is set for a take off. The industry has a
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Siddhartha River Analysis
Siddhartha
By Hermann Hesse LAP by Frank Palma
Topic 3
Insignificant droplets of water plunging to the ground, gradually elaborating into a system which
proclaims its existence with such scintillation and momentous significance, the river. The river
that carries the same inexorable rate which we live our lives by, parallels to the current of an
unstoppable river. Shifted to different directions by the different obstacles encountered, the river
finds different routes to get to the destination it desires and life mimics its nature as many avenues
close and others open. But the river carries on and does not pass through the same obstacle twice,
it does not struggle or brawl the happenings opposed to it, it simply takes another path and learns
from its mistakes. The river symbolizes life. In the book Siddhartha by Herman Hesse. The river
plays a significant role on a reflective surface which redirects his actions into the eyes of the
protagonist, Siddhartha. Born as the Brahmins Son, Siddhartha was surrounded by the luxuries
and privileges of someone that has a supreme role in the caste system. The concept of Siddhartha s
life is represented by the river comes into motion as we see the river being implemented in the
early stages of the book as Herman Hesse describes Siddhartha s childhood. Different actions, his
childhood revolved around the river that Siddhartha grew up in but most importantly he performs
his rituals and his holy offerings. Suntanned
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The Impact Of Globalization On The Urban Environment And...
In 1990s America, obtaining freedom from governmental control became a social preoccupation.
Starting with liberalism s demand for increased individual freedom, what began as a small
movement eventually transformed into a culture wide fight for social justice and economic growth
to create a free market where, ideally, no government would be needed. Activists term this modern
movement neo liberalism, or global market liberalism (capitalism), which calls for free trade
policies. While adopting such a system for American cities has been advocated by many people for
its economic benefits, it also necessarily creates new relations between the citygovernment and the
residents who live there, which in turn affects the urban environment and social relations within the
city. The question is a persistent one in our place and time: to globalize, or not to globalize?
Globalization requires highly specialized services, telecommunications, infrastructure, and
industrial services. Economic globalization has mostly been represented in terms of the duality
between national and global, where the global gains power and advantages at the expense of the
national. For example, Saskia Sassen, author of Whose City Is It?, states many disadvantages of
global cities for women, immigrants, and people of color, whose political sense of self and
identities are not necessarily embedded in the nation (206).
In developing cities there are large concentrations of diversity; immigration is a major
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Raw by Scott Monk, Hard Rock by Etheridge Knight, and...
Raw by Scott Monk, Hard Rock by Etheridge Knight, and Dangerous Minds by John N. Smith
Institutions can have positive and negative effects that can alter an individual s perceptions,
judgment and values. Raw by Scott Monk, Hard Rock by Etheridge Knight and Dangerous Minds
by John N. Smith help communicate an understanding of how such institutions can reform an
individual.
The novel Raw written by Scott Monk, is simple in style but introduces interesting and an
acceptable insight to the concept of the institution and the individual experience . Brett Dalton
resembles a highly wrought, reactionary character who challenged or feels confronted by structures
of authority or control.
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He implies that the power to change lives within the individual. Further on in the novel, Brett is
still of concern and Sam reaches out to try and help. Don t shut me out, Brett. I do know the score
and that is why I m worried about you . This indicates the positive effect of the institution and on
the individual.
Josh is another character who helps Brett reform. Josh is seen as the rehabilitated teenager who
chooses to stay on the farm. He helps Brett realize that his problems are the least of his worries
when compared with other troubled teenagers, for example Josh himself. His problems are quite
indescribable, he has no parents that desire to care for him, whilst Brett does, and this changes Brett
s perspective towards Josh and his life. Monk deliberately outlines the change in Brett through Josh
to demonstrate the changing experience and positive effect of the institution on Brett.
Scott Monk employs many techniques to convey his ideas of the positive changes Brett incurred
from an institution. One of many is the use of contrast, which juxtaposes Brett s life at the
beginning and his reformed life at the end. Monk highlights this contrast through the prologue and
epilogue. In the prologue, Brett hates anyone who has the authority he thinks the whole world is
against him, whilst in the epilogue Brett had learnt to make friendships, gain trust and respect and
learn to accept his own mistakes and responsibilities.
Violent
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The Importance Of Technology On Human Interaction And...
Up until about twenty or thirty years ago, no one really knew what technology was or how to
use a cell phone, tablet, or computer. The iPhone was not even invented until ten years ago, but
today, technology plays a role in almost every aspect of every person s life. It is just about
impossible to go a day without seeing or using some piece of technology. The extensive amount of
technology available today has really influenced the world and how people live. Unfortunately, that
influence is not entirely positive; it has hindered human interaction and communicationby making
people socially awkward, creating relationship issues, and limiting people s abilities to understand
and use the written language. Because technology hinders human interaction and communication,
people should limit their technological use.
First, the more recent generations of children are growing up with technology available
everywhere, so they are learning from a very young age what technology is and how to use it.
Instead of playing outside with other kids in their neighborhood like their parents did growing
up, most children today play video games on a gaming console, laptop, tablet, or cell phone. This
is isolating children from the real world and inhibiting their ability to learn how to communicate
with others. They are not learning to understand various social clues or even how to have a
conversation face to face, and because of this, most kids may feel anxious or overwhelmed when
they face a social
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Reaction Paper
REACTION PAPER on GOD IS DEAD
The lines, God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him, can be true in literal sense.
Subjectively, the lines presented are very agnostic and atheistic. Those are against my will and
belief as a Roman Catholic faithful. The three shorter mentioned lines are three important points to
be clarified about.
The first line says, God is dead is true in literal sense. In the Scriptures, it written that Jesus became
man and so he died as a human. Yes, I believe that God really died. He was crucified by the high
priests and the people s demand and at the order of the governor, Pontius Pilate. Jesus died humbly
at the cross and every person present there had seen His timely death.
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Learning what is real is a step by step process; as learning occurs in stages. With each step, we
become wiser and so, we gain full wisdom which is useful for our decision making and daily
struggles.
Plato s point of making just leaders who can lead his men justly is an important proposition for a
better government. This is very ideal, however, the sad reality today is that not all leaders are
blessed with the virtue of justice, fairness and sincerity. Maybe these leaders haven t acquired full
wisdom yet. They failed to achieve the highest stage for they are too preoccupied with
misconceptions, false realities or maybe they are blinded with injustices and self interests.
Life is a copy of a copy of reality. It is idealistic to view that everything we conceive can be false
or real but somehow, as time advances, the truth will soon be within reach. Human beings should
know how to use this truth to their society.
A REACTION on EUTHANASIA
Thou shall not kill, is the fifth commandment. It is a sin to kill. We are not given the right to stop
the life of an individual no matter what the circumstances are.
Euthanasia is also known as mercy killing. It refers to the practice of ending a life in order to
relieve pain and suffering. It can be voluntary, non voluntary, and involuntary.
No matter what the reason is, euthanasia is still a form of killing whether
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Arguments Against Dna Testing
Discussion #3
DNA testing has been around for many years. DNA testing was first used to determine paternity
(Schwartz 2016). Today, DNA is not only used in paternity cases, but it is also used in criminal
justice. DNA in the criminal justice was first used in 1986 in the United Kingdom. Dr. Alec J.
Jeffreys was accused for two rape murders and later proven innocent by DNA testing (The
Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences, 2003). Even if this method is reliable most of the time,
there are times where the DNA expert might make a mistake, might be rigged or there might be an
unknown bias. Unfortunately, because of this innocent individual are wrongfully accused of a crime
they did not commit. Dr. Itel Dror wanted to test this theory. In a... Show more content on
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Dror believes that fingerprints are a reliable forensic evidence in today s trials. He also believes
that fingerprints are more reliable than eyewitness testimonies. However, since fingerprints are
identified by very highly skilled professional, they are still humans and mistakes can in fact
happen either honestly or intentionally. He also stated that in most cases, fingerprint evidence
has been more reliable and can be important in order to prove someone s innocence or find a
criminal. I personally, agree with Dr. Dror s opinion on fingerprint evidence being more reliable
than eyewitness testimony. Like he stated on the video, the mind is not like a camera. It does
not take a video which we can later see and quickly catch the person responsible for a crime.
Another reason of why I agree with Dr.Dror s, is because the mind is very easy to trick.
Memories can be altered just by discussing the subject with someone else, either someone involved
in the crime or by being asked leading questions by authorities. Statistics show that 70% of
wrongful convictions caused by eyewitness testimony are overturned by DNA testing. (Innocence
project, nd). As Dr. Dror said, the DNA expert might make some mistakes, DNA testing is still
better and more reliable than eyewitness
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Advantages And Disadvantages Of Judges
When judges are spoken of as a group, they are referred to as the judiciary. There are many
different levels of judges, but the basic function is the same at all levels: judges are there to
adjudicate on disputes in a fair, unbiased way, applying the legal rules of England and Wales.
There is no clear cut division between civil and criminal judges, as many judges at the various
levels are required to sit for both types of case. This in itself causes problem as, before their
appointment, most judges will have specialised in one area of law. The head of the judiciary is
the Lord Chief Justice. When considering judges the first point is that there is a marked difference
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( High judicial office is defined to include High Court Judges of England and Wales, and of
Northern Ireland; Court of Appeal Judges of England and Wales, and of Northern Ireland; and
Judges of the Court of Session).Alternatively, applicants must fulfill the judicial appointment
eligibility condition on a 15 year basis, or have been a qualifying practitioner for at least 15
years.A person satisfies the judicial appointment eligibility situation on a 15 year groundwork if he
has been a solicitor of the senior courts of England and Wales, or barrister in England and Wales,
for at least 15 years; and has been gaining ride in regulation at some stage in the post qualification
period.Aindividual is a qualifying practitioner if he is an recommend in Scotland or a solicitor
entitled to appear in the Court of Session and the High Court of Justiciary; or he is a member of
the Bar of Northern Ireland or a solicitor of the Court of Judicature of Northern Ireland.The
meaning of gaining experience in law is set out in area 52(2) to (5) of the Tribunals and
Enforcement Act 2007 and relates to a length engaged in regulation related activities. It is the
accountability of the Lord Chancellor to convene a determination commission: he generally does
this through way of a letter to the President of the Court who chairs the determination commission.
Under adjustments brought thru the Crime and Courts Act 2013 the
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Proposal Essay Depression
Depression can move in on a person quickly or creep in like a fog. It can be a visceral experience,
like a blow to the gut or a heavy burden suddenly pressing down on one s shoulders.
It can affect one s experience of the world: if it s sunny outside, somehow it seems dull and cold; if
it s gray, the gray gets heavier.
Have you ever been depressed? How do you stand against it; how do you push back the gray veil?
How do you cope with depression and even work to break out of it?
First, it s important to know the difference between the winter blues, an occasional down day, a
week when you re just feeling off, and longer lasting, biologically based depression.
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I do recommend anything by Bill Withers, especially the soulful Lean on Me ( Sometimes in our
lives, we all have pain, we all have sorrow, but if we are wise, we know that there s always
tomorrow... ).
One song that always cheers me is Dobie Gray s Drift Away ( And when I m feeling blue, a guitar
s comin through to sooth me. Thanks for the joy that you ve given me... ). Sometimes music can be
used as a catalyst, something through which to channel your anger (depression can stem from deep
anger [McCrary 1998]) and pain. For that, I recommend Mary J. Blige s No
More Cryin from her The Breakthrough album (2005). Other songs I recommend from that album
are Take Me As I Am and Good Woman Down. Finally, because depression can also stem from
fear, I recommend listening to Mindkiller, by Adam Freeland off of his Now and
Them album (2004). Blast this song and remind yourself that, as the lyrics say, Fear is the mind
killer. Going for a drive in your car can also be a distraction from the depression, as long as you feel
safe in handling the vehicle. You can take your music with you, head east, then turn back toward
the Front Range to give yourself full view of the area s jagged, snow covered peaks. Or
Asmus, page 3 drive right up into the mountains, allowing the music to serve as a soundtrack for
each turn in the road. When you break over the top of a hill and have a view of the valley below,
use this as a metaphor for your depression that you
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Pay It Forward Reflection
A young boy in social studies class is given an assignment, along with the rest of the students, to
come up with an idea that could change the world. As well as coming up with an idea, the
students also have to put it into action. Trevor McKinney (Haley Joel Osment) does not know
nor understand how a kid his age can change the world. When he is riding his bike home from
school, he passes up a site where a group of homeless people live, and the idea of how he can
change the world comes to him. He figures that if he helps one person, then that person can help
three, and so on. This begins his plan to Pay it Forward.
The movie Pay It Forward (based on a novel by Catherine Ryan Hide) is directed by Mimi Leder at
Warner Brothers Studio. It was released in the year 2000, being a PG 13 drama. Starring in this
movie is Kevin Spacey (Eugene Simonet), Helen Hunt (Arlene McKinney), Haley Joel Osment
(Trevor McKinney), Jon Bon Jovi (Arlene s husband), and Angie Dickinson (Arlene s mother).
The main idea of the movie is for a class of kids to come up with a way to change the world and
do it not just talk about it. The project does not go exactly as Trevor plans it, but it comes out
bigger than he could have imagined.
The acting portrayed in this movie by Haley Joel Osment as the young Trevor McKinney is
excellent. Trevor McKinney is a kid that is wise beyond his years and very courageous. He is the
type of person who is not afraid to speak his mind or take a stand for what he
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Strategic Direction For Joint Operations
The security environment today is volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA). The
challenges presented by globalization, emerging powers as well as the continuing threat of
terrorism indicate the future security environment will continue to gain complexity. Adding to this
complexity is the challenge of increasingly constrained fiscal resources. To protect U.S. National
Securityinterests in this complex and constrained environment, Joint Force2025 (JF 2025) requires
four core capabilities, it must be agile, adaptable, survivable and integrated. Supporting these
capabilities requires proper balancing of the Joint Force. This essay discusses the impending
environment, key strategic direction for JF 2025, the capabilities required by... Show more content
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The National Military Strategy of the United States articulates several specific challenges to U.S.
National Security interests that will confront JF 2025. Russian aggression toward its neighbors
and defiance of international standards of behavior threatens stability in Europe. Iranian nuclear
ambitions and support of terror imperils Israel and the Middle East. A bellicose and nuclear North
Korea is a threat to America s allies, Japan and the Republic of Korea. The emerging power of
China offers both opportunities in the form of greater economic cooperation, but also challenges as
they expand their military capabilities, menace Taiwan and make provocative claims in the South
China Sea. Finally, violent extremist organizations (VEOs) such as ISIS and al Qaida continue to
degrade regional stability and threaten U.S. interests.
The emergence of near peer competitors like China and Russia and the threat of malign regional
powers like Iran and North Korea continue to make inter state war conceivable for JF 2025. The
threat posed by VEOs and failing or failed states continues to foster regional instability making
overseas contingency operations a likely possibility. In between these on the continuum of conflict
is hybrid conflict which combines conventional and non conventional forces employing both
traditional military
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Analysis Of Carolyn Gardner, 12 Year Old Beginner...
My subject and person that I chose to perform this movement is Carolyn Gardner, 12 year old
beginner basketball player in the sixth grade. She is on the junior varsity team and this is her
first time playing basketball on a team. This is her first time playing any team sport. Right now
she is learning the basics and having a hard time focusing but that is expected being her first year.
The reason I chose Carolyn is because since this is her first time playing basketballon a team and
her first sport, there is no muscle memory developed as of yet. I can analyze her foul shot and
movements and see raw unrehearsed kinetics of her movements.
The methods of data collection I will use to analyze Carolyn s movement skills in the fouls shot
are a digital camcorder recording of sagittal plane of her dominant side, also frontal plane view. I
will use Coaches Eye, a video recording application. Three times will be recorded for analysis. I
also will physically record on a chart. My limitations will be the environment because I will
have to conduct this analysis outside of a gym, so I will not have a basketball hoop but I will
have a goal for Carolyn to aim for. With this data that I will apply it to what I have researched
about gaining and practicing the best skill for the ultimate performance. Then I will have my
subject Carolyn practice and then re analyze her movement s.
The analyzed movement will be the basketball free throw shot. I have found peer reviewed articles
on how to
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Analysis Of The Movie Baby Geniuses
In the movie of, Baby Geniuses , their are scientist, Dr. Elena Kinder and Dr. Heep that study
and conduct research on toddlers/babies. They use the funds for the studies to operate a theme
park called, Joyworld , BabyCo. Dr. Kinder research is based on that babies are born possessing
vast, universal knowledge and speak a language called Babytalk. The research states the the
toddlers lose this knowledge and language when the begin talking human language at the age of
2 or 3. The babies in the research were adopted by Dr. Kinder and turned into little geniuses
through the use of the Kinder Method. However, one of the toddlers, Sylvester, attempts to
escape the research facility repeatedly. Once successful, Sylvester escapes and accidentally
crosses paths with his twin brother, Whit. Whit is mistakenly captured by Dr. Kinder and is taken
back to the research facility. In the meantime, Sylverster is mistaken for Whit and is taken home
by Whits adoptive parents. It is later discovered that the adoptive father, Dan, is able to
understand babies. He realizes that the research that Dr. Kinder is conducting is to help fund the
park and that the toddlers are kept imprisoned and studied for their capabilities.The adoptive
parents, with the baby geniuses, reveal the plans of the research facility and Dr. Kinder is arrested.
Sylvester is by Whits adoptive parents and Whit is returned and joins the family. The research
facility is kept open to continue the work with the
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Shitty First Drafts By Anne Lammott Analysis
Writing is something we have been used to since childhood. Beginning to write with just a few
words and activities to improve our pendmanship. From easy sentences we all gradually improve
our writing, as expected from higher levels of education. However, throughout all this time, many
of us have been writingblind. Only writing what is seen an necessary, oblivious to the true skill
and precision it takes to actually write quality work. Through the use of Anne Lammott s article
Shitty First Drafts and personal experiences, I will advice you, my fellow freshman, on certain a
aspect of writing that you may not have known prior to joining the college world, as well as offer
some life advice.
To begin, in Anne Lammott s article Shitty First Drafts ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Speaking from prior experience, I have never been one to openly allow someone else to revise
my work or even allow them to view it at all. I am quite a bit too shy for that. However, Lommet
makes some valid points. All throughout my life, I have gotten by on the basics of writing. I was
unaware of the amount of work that takes place in writing. Writing is much more than it seems to
be. Simply writing is not suffice in the understanding of the skillful process. I have come to
realization that writing is just as critical as assembling a car. In the same sense, building a car is
about precision and piecing many parts together for the overall outcome of a successful, running
automobile. Even then, there may be room for improvements down the line, but in the meantime it
is good to produce the best work possible. Writing can be just as critical because it involves a vast
variety of things as well. There is more to take into account than simply typing or jotting down
words. Writing involves grammar, spelling, punctuation, intended audience, etc... These things of
which can become quite confusing, attempting to make them all flow in a smooth,
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Essay on The Theme of Hypocrisy in The Catcher In The Rye
The Theme of Hypocrisy in The Catcher In The Rye
In the novel The Catcher In The Rye, the protagonist Holden Caulfield views his surroundings with
hypocrisy and contempt in an attempt to avoid the corruption of adulthood. Holden places himself
above the crowd because he believes everyone acts phony. In the process, Caulfield reveals his true
problem: his refusal to change.
Holden fears adulthood because it brings responsibilities and trouble. He believes all adults
possess an aurora of phoniness. His disgust of everyone around him reveals his fear of growing
up. Holden exhibits insecurity, so to make himself feel better, he exercises the power to condemn
people for the way they behave. Holden ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The trouble is, you wouldn t (Salinger 172). Because the aging process is inevitable, Holden
abhors the idea of growing up and becoming a phony himself.
Change is inevitable and is a constant phase that Holden cannot conceptualize. Holden s fear of
change can be exemplified by the Museum of Natural History. Like the museum, he wants
everything to be unchanging and as simple as possible. He talks about the immutable statues by
saying, Certain things they should stay the way they are... I know it s impossible, but it s too
bad anyway (Salinger 122). By admitting his fear of change, Holden also reveals another
important aspect of his life: his loss of childhood innocence. The only thing he can talk about
without contempt is kids. Allie, his deceased brother, is continuously mentioned in the book, as
well as the many interactions Holden has with Phoebe. Although he is continuously deriding
others around him, he humbly admits to his sister that the only thing he could envision doing is
saving kids, What I have to do I have to catch everybody if they start to go over the cliff [...] I d just
be the catcher in the rye and all. I know it s crazy, but that s the only thing I d like to be (Salinger
173). Holden s love for kids is the only
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The Effects Of Home Environment On Children
Abstract
The use of child daycare has been debated endlessly. It has become hard to determine how it may
aid in the development of a child s cognition or if it hurts it instead. This is partly because of the
wide variety of types of child care and the opportunities that are given to young children.
Fortunately, measures have been created to help standardize what a daycare does and how it is
run. In this paper, several studies are assessed and the criteria that daycares are held to are
evaluated. The effect of home environment is compared to the effect of a child being at daycare
during the day. It is important to establish a high quality daycare while simultaneously engaging the
child in a healthy life at home.
Introduction
Daycare centers ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
( Daycare Centers, 1997 2016).
This organization in daily activities is a good characteristic of a high quality daycare center, in
which children s brains develop the most. In addition change of environment can help stimulate
the children s senses. When the group of kids takes a trip outside, they have the opportunity to
express themselves more freely and develop in ways that they wouldn t be able to inside. Lower
quality daycares that may not be as certified or even informal daycare, where a relative watches
over a child, has shown to not assist children s cognitive development as much. They may not have
the facilities to let the children go outside and therefore, they lose that advantage that kids in high
quality daycare have. Many studies have shown how certain aspects of daycare affect how children
develop cognitive including experiments in language development and the effects of informal
daycare.
Defining Quality of Daycare
Many studies by credited organizations, including the National Association for the Education of
Young Children and the American Psychological Association, have been conducted in order to
examine the effects of daycare on the cognitive development of children at or around preschool
age. It has been discovered that the quality of daycare has a somewhat influential effect on the
development of young children. As a result, high quality daycare has shown to improve the scores
on tests
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Different Methods Of Preventing Vitamin D Deficiency And...
Seasonal affective disorder is a mood disorder characterized by depression, which occurs around
the same time every year (Partonen, 1998). It is hypothesized that being deficient in vitamin D is a
reason for having seasonal affective disorder. We have researched four different methods of
preventing vitamin Ddeficiency and seasonal affective disorder. The most used methods of
achieving adequate vitamin D levels were found to be indoor tanning, natural light, light therapy
and vitamin D supplementation. This research is important because it affects the well being and
quality of life in every day people. During this project, we will assess which of the following four
methods: indoor tanning, natural light, light therapy, or vitamin D supplementation is the most
effective way to treat seasonal affective disorder.
When looking at seasonal affective disorder, the environment where someone lives greatly affects
their depressive symptoms. As stated earlier, distance from the equator has proven to add to the
significance of people with depression in the winter months. A study was conducted to see the
difference in the rate of depression searches using the internet based on global location. The study
compared the United States with Australia, given that the U.S. lies in the northern hemisphere, and
Australia in the southern hemisphere. The two countries have greatly different climates, with
Australia remaining warm and sunny through most of the year. The results took into account the
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Character Analysis Of Spider Man
Peter Parker was having a great day at his field trip to Oscorp, until a radioactive spider bit him and
changed his life forever. Radioactive spiders are sadly not a scientific reality in our world today. If
they were, perhaps someone like Peter Parker would emerge as a real life web slinging superhero.
However, since no spiders are likely to bite any teenage boys from Queens, Peter Parker and Spider
Manwill remain fictional characters. Despite this limitation, the character of Peter Parker manages
to inspire people of all ages and backgrounds across the world to achieve great things with the gifts
they have been given. Spider Man himself is a global phenomenon that has sparked countless
reincarnations of the character in almost every... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Peter chooses to help people around Queens out of the goodness of his heart, because he knows
he has the power to. Before Uncle Ben dies, he tells Peter that with great power comes great
responsibility (The Amazing Spider Man). Peter takes this advice to heart and uses his powers
to protect those who are unable to protect themselves. When asked by Tony Stark why he
chooses to fight crime, Peter says, When you can do the things that I can, but you don t... and
then the bad things happen, they happen because of you. (Captain America: Civil War). This
statement shows how Peter has taken on the burden of powers by devoting himself to stopping
bad things from happening. Peter s willingness to take up his responsibilities to save innocent
lives makes him a great character. Peter Parker s devotion to his family elevates his character to
a higher standard. Peter is devastated when his uncle dies but doesn t allow his grief to pull him
away from his aunt. He does everything in his power to protect Aunt May from finding out his
secret, because he knows how much she would worry about him. After his best friend finds out
about Spider Man, Peter begs him not to tell Aunt May by saying You know what she s like, if
she finds out that there are people out there who try to kill me every night she won t let me do this
anymore! (Spider Man: Homecoming). By saying this, he shows that he is willing to deceive his
aunt in order to protect his city.
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Band of Brothers And Today Essay
Band of Brothers And Today
What is going on in the world today? Are there any similarities with how the world was run 65
years ago? The 2002 HBO miniseries Band of Brothers was created and produced by a crew with
numerous amounts of well known Hollywood names. Two men with some of the biggest names in
Hollywood that backed this miniseries with their talent were Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks.
The miniseries was released in 2002, only a year after the events of September 11th. The show was
aired on HBO during prime time hours, aimed at Americans who may not have had a strong sense
of this era in history. Band of Brothers stresses the bond between men who have willingly come
together to fight for their country because they felt it ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
September 11th 2001, an act of terror that screamed a cry throughout the world, and will forever
be in the hearts of many. Hundreds of firemen and police officers gave their lives without
thinking of there own. They could think only of the others who were in danger. The brotherhood
came after the disaster. Millions of Americans came together to show there support for others
who had been directly affected. The attacks of 9/11 forever affected Americans in the fact that
they were forever united with a bond stronger than anything a terrorist could break. Band of
Brothers shows that when put to the test, the bonds Americans create amongst themselves is
greater than any evil that is put in front of them. This was shown in the horrific tales of D Day.
As Lieutenant Richard Winters said, when referring to the solidarity of his company He s behind
enemy lines, on D Day.... Does he holler help? No... he hollers I m sorry lieutenant, I m sorry, I
goofed My God it s beautiful when you think of a guy who s that dedicated to his company, his
buddies, that he apologizes for getting hit. (We Stand Alone Together, Spielberg) Although
Americans may not be fighting a battle on the front lines, they have come to fight a battle of their
daily lives, and showing the opposition that they will not be
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Comparing Sonny s Blues And The Fire Next Time
James Baldwin s works, both Sonny s Blues and The Fire Next Time, weave the themes of black
identity, family , and religion more elegantly than I have ever witnessed by any other writer. When
reading The Fire Next Time readers witness the disharmony and miscommunication that wedges
itself between a father and son. Baldwin, a teenager at the time, acts as many teenagers do, hoping
to find various ways to spite his father first by joining a church and becoming saved, but not his
father s church; then by insulting his father s beliefs and rules by inviting a non christian into the
familyhome, although he already anticipates his father s reaction to such an act; and finally by
joining the pulpit, although he is not a true believer. Baldwin
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Samsung Swot Analysis Essay
SWOT analysis of Samsung Limited. Samsung Electronics Co. Limited. is actually the consumer
electronics subsidiary of the Samsung Group, a conglomerate based in Suwon, South Korea.
Outside of Korea, Samsung is best known as the world s largest manufacturer of mobile phones and
smartphones, including the highly popular and successful Galaxy. Internal Environment; Strengths
в–ЄSamsung is the world s most successful electronics manufacturer. It is the world s largest
manufacturer of television sets, liquid crystal display (LCD) panels, mobile phones and
smartphones. в–ЄSamsung is the world s number one marketer of mobile phones with 21.4% of
the world s largest market share in the second quarter of 2015. Apple is number two with 13.9%.
в–Є... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
в–ЄNew technologies such as wearable tech. в–ЄGrowing middle class in developing world will
increase market for consumer electronics. в–ЄGrowing online market from sales channels such as
Amazon.com External Environment; Threats в–ЄApple has emerged as the dominant smartphone
and tablet brand in some markets, such as the United States. Samsung has not been able to
overcome Apple s reputation for reliability. в–ЄApple s reputation for quality, reliability and
sophistication seems to be growing. в–ЄThe Google Android operating system, which Galaxy
devices depend upon, is not as popular with average people as IOS is. в–ЄDeclining or stagnating
middle class incomes in North America and the United States could reduce consumer buying power
in those key markets for Samsung. в–ЄChinese manufacturers such as Huawei and Xiaomi could
emerge as serious rivals to Samsung. The element that turned out to be the most easiest to develop
is the strength element. It is when the thoughts of developing or setting up the goals of the
organization. It is the company s capabilities and resources that allow it to engage in activities to
generate economic value and perhaps competitive advantage. The ability to get the Samsung phones
into the hands of billions of customers. The most difficult to develop is the that Samsung may have
a large, bureaucratic structure that limits its ability to compete with more dynamic companies like
Apple
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The Effects Of Americans On Indian Life
One cannot examine U.S. history without looking at the interactions between Native Americans
and Americans. From colonization to industrialization, conflicts between these groups have always
been prevalent. Indians have been stripped of their land, heritage and status. Our guns, germ and
culture have killed them. One can see this power struggle in many pieces of literature. Two being,
Crazy Horse: A Life , a secondary source focusing on a Siouxwarrior Crazy Horse and the Plains
peoples, and Indian Trader John Lawson s Journal of Carolina 1709, a primary source that
describes an English merchant s encounter with Indians in Carolina. This paper will focus on the
effects of Americans on Indian life.
Crazy Horse: A Life is a secondary source of information that tells the story of Sioux leader Crazy
Horse and his tribe. As Whites invade their land for gold Crazy Horse has to find a way to keep
his home. Throughout the source, Larry McMurtry, with little evidence, draws up the rise and fall
of Crazy Horse. From early on it was evident of the whites were moving into the Plains peoples
settlements, The author wrote, ...at first the pressure of white intrusion may have been subtle but
and slight but it was present, and would be present throughout his entire life... the Sioux people and
others way of life was dying because of the settlements of white people on their land. Their
settlements cause the game to leave the area, which in turn hurt the hunters of the tribe. With these
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  • 2. Futurism And Advertising In The 1960s Space Age Teresa Koh Futurism and Fashion Final Paper Jessica Glascock 12/09/2015 Futurism and advertising in the 1960s space age Futurism was an artistic and social movement originating from 20th century Italy. The movement ultimately rejected anything that looked to the past for identity. Instead, it glorified speed, technology, youth, and the idea of anything industrial and mass produced. As the founders of the movement would have it, the movement explored different mediums of art and design, ultimately overarching each other, and finding its way into many aspects of daily life; including and not limited to conventional mediums such as painting, sculpture architecture, film, music, poetry, and photography; just to name a few. With its dynamic and innovative aesthetic qualities, it is still being appreciated and used in conceptual ways by a handful of present day designers and art directors as seen in Image 1 (MCM ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... We see this today in materials used to make clothing, and even the way these clothings are being advertised and sold. When the introduction of mass production occrued in the (Insert year here) many people had opportunities to buy products that would have otherwise taken a very long time to produce. The introduction of mass manufacturing is also what drives what we now know today as a consumerist culture. The need, and want for people to buy would have not been made poossible without advertising made for these ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Changes In The Ottoman Empire The decrease of the Ottoman state made the beginning of reform essential, while in the meantime expanded the bartering force of capable European nations that wished to advance their own particular investments. These states meddled with the interior undertakings of the Ottoman state and pushed for changes with the point that, through the presentation of reforms, they would promote new opportunity and better guarantees for existing interests. Meanwhile, these states expected that a further decrease in the Ottoman Empirewould strengthen political and military unsteadiness in the Balkans, which consequently could also debilitate the security of Europe. Determined by need and political weight, in the early 19th century, the Ottoman Empire presented an arrangement of political changes known as Tanzimat. Among others, these changes went for reinforcing further the guideline toward oneself of different non Muslim amasses and acquaint their political uniformity with the Muslims under the idea of Ottomanism. The Tanzimat changes nullified the customary qualification of the Ottoman subjects to those belonging to the ummah and viewed everyone of them as Ottoman residents ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Unlike Russia, the Christian character of Europe was an obstruction for the Ottoman reformers to seek after an approach of wholesale Westernization. Islam was a key distinction of the Ottoman state and civilization, which obliged nineteenth century reformists to embrace particular modernization. Its main precepts were: the guarantee of the life and property of all imperial subjects; the prohibition of punishment without a fair trial; implicit recognition of the equality of Muslim and non Muslim subjects before the law; taxation in keeping with individual income; abolition of tax farming; and settlement of the period of military ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Tissues Specific Roles For Two Grp170 Chaperones Loci Tissues Specific Roles for Two GRP170 Chaperones Loci in Protein Folding in Caenorhabditis Elegans Mengxin Wang OVERVIEW The cellular functions of chaperones are vital to all living organisms from prokaryotes to man. Molecular chaperones are stress proteins that are involved in inhibition of protein aggregation and that participate in numerous normal cellular processes such as protein folding, assembly, and transportation of secretory or transmembrane proteins. The largest chaperone is the glucose regulated protein 170 (Grp170). It it evolutionarily related to the hsp70 superfamily and resides in the endoplasmic reticulum (ER). It is induced by stress conditions such as hypoxia, ischaemia, glucose deprivation, reductive reagents, anoxia ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One limitation of the early work on UPR induction is that it analyzed who worm gene expression. It did not look to see if the response was limited to particular tissues or if GRP170 is essential to normal protein folding throughout the nematode. The goal of my research is to investigate the tissue specificity of the role of GRP170a and GRP170b in protein folding. To study the cell specificity of UPR, I will use a reporter transgene that expresses GFP in cells undergoing UPR. I will conduct genetic crosses to introduce this transgene into a genetic background deficient for GRP170a or GRP170b. I will use fluorescence microscopy to identify which cells in the GRP170 deficient worms are undergoing UPR. That will indicate which cells GRP170 s are essential for normal protein folding. Learning which cells depend on GRP170 will provide insight into the role of GRP170 of the multicellular animals. INTRODUCTION The cellular functions of chaperones are vital to all living organisms from prokaryotes to man. Molecular chaperones are stress proteins that are involved in inhibition of protein aggregation and that participate in numerous normal cellular processes such as protein folding, assembly, and transportation of secretory or transmembrane proteins. A newly synthesized polypeptide chain must fold to its energetically stable, native, tertiary or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Cain And Abel Pros And Cons CAIN AND ABEL And Adam knew Eve his wife, and she conceived and bare, Cain, and said, I have gotten a man from the Lord. And she again bare, his brother Abel. And Abel was a keeper of sheep, but Cain was a tiller of the ground. And in the process of time it came to pass, that Cain brought of the fruit of the ground an offering unto the Lord. And Abel, he also brought of the firstlings of his flock and of the fat thereof. And the Lord had respect unto Abel and his offering. But unto Cain and to his offering he had not respect. And Cain was very wroth, and his countenance fell . . . . And Cain talked with Abel his brother, and it came to pass, when they were in the field, that Cain rose up against Abel his brother, and slew him. (Genesis 4:... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... And I will make of thee a great nation, and I will bless thee, and make thy name great; and thou shall be a blessing. And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee: and in thee shall all families of the earth be blessed . . . . And Abram took Sarai his wife and Lot his brother s son and all their substance that they had gathered, and the souls they had gotten in Haran and they went forth to go into the land of Canaan; and into the land of Canaan they came. (Genesis 12: 1 5) A bram in both languages means skinny or emaciated. On the other hand Ab ra m means Father of destruction. Both of meanings of his name do not represent the blessing the Lord had on Abraham and his family. Sarai is another name that does not conform with the blessings of the family. Sarai, simply means my enemy or my antagonist or my adversary. BETHEL AND EGYPT And he removed from thence unto a mountain on the east of Beth el, and pitched his tent, having Beth el on the west and Haion on the east: and there he build an alter unto the Lord, and called upon the name of the Lord. And Abram journeyed, going on still toward the south. And there was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Yellowstone National Parks The Expeditions that led to the establishment of Yellowstone National Park Throughout history we have witnessed, heard and read about locations that had a significant impact in history. Stepping into historical locations can either bring back great memories or serve as memories of grief and sadness. Historical locations can be either war memoirs, monuments and it can be nature preserves. The National park systems is one of the achievements that the United States stands for, meaning the United States stands for glamor, refinement, protection and freedom. National parks are one of the most enjoyable sites to visit. The National Parks are under federal protection which states a powerful statement that Americans can demonstrate restraint to protect ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They then proceeded to push forward to the west and they arrived at Fort Sarpy on the Yellowstone area on August 29th 1859. They had the same plan as Lewis and Clark, they split up into 2 groups to gain ground and explore more regions, and one group was with Lit. Maynadier and the other was with Captain Reynolds. Captain Reynolds was set to push up to Bighorn and Lit. Maynadier was to ascend the O Fallon s Fork. This plan stayed and remained till May 1860. On July 3rd 1860 both parties rejoined at the 3 forks of the Missouri River. Reynolds went north to Fort Benton to descend the Missouri River by boat and Maynadier went to Fort Union via Yellowstone River. Then from Fort Union the 2 halves of the expedition began their final stretch by Maynadier continuing down the River Missouri by boat and Reynolds set to Fort Pierre. The 2 groups Rejoined again on September 7th 1960, 14 months after they ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. The Definition Of Savagery In The Lord Of The Flies Every human is a savage. All of us has something savage within our lives. When were born, people learn humanity and what s right from wrong. In the book The Lord Of The Flies The boys are definitely considered savages .In the book, the boys are considered savages because it is evident that when you re at home, you re taught what s right and wrong, but in the book there are no parents, another reason is the characteristics of humanity was low such as being civilized. Lastly is the way they talk and treat things/others which shows a huge amount of savagery. The definition of savagery is the quality of being fierce or cruel. The definition of humanity is the human race/human being characteristics.Part of life people have different sides of them whether are being nice, sad, mad, excited, then lastly there s mean/cruel. Being mean/ cruel is basically the definition of Savagery. It is anarchy which is used in the book. In The Lord Of The Flies the characters are Anarch types. An example is that Ralph is the hero, but Piggy is the outcast. For the hero s job they must fulfill their duties and tasks. Ralph tries to help and lead the group throughout the whole thing. The character, Piggy, He is a main outcast out of all the characters he is also bullied from the boys on the island. He has many ideas, but is often left out. At home you have your parents or your guardians. There is an authority figure there at all times telling you what to do and how to grow up in life. they ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. The Pros And Cons Of Child Slavery Across the globe, millions of children different ages work extremely long hours in hazardous conditions that prevent them from getting any type of education. It is harmful to their physical and mental health and to their development as young children. Child slavery does not allow for children as young as 5 to 15 years of age to receive fair treatment. My topic relates to groups of children that are sold or bought into the child slavery industry. They receive unfair treatment by being forced to work long, agonizing hours that no child should be working. They are not able to go to school and develop normal skills a child their age should be getting. Children that are forced into child laboraren t ready whatsoever to be working in any situation.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He is involved in trying to gain equal protection for farmworker children in foreign countries. 10,500 children had been removed from child labor under the programme UNICEF, and about 80% were enrolled in community based schools in the Middle East. Shop to Stop Slavery is a company that raises awareness by selling slave free products. Their goal is to engage everyone in the fight against all forms of modern day slavery and child labor. As an example...a 14 year old Syrian refugee says he makes about $6 a day as a shoe shiner. He picks up work as he walks up and down the streets of Beirut s Hamra shopping district. CARE (charity organization) is giving cash to families in Jordan and Lebanon (cities in the Middle East), to allow children to attend school rather than working long hours throughout the day. A new program to help children is The Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, as they are in partnership with UNICEF. They have developed a program to take all working children off the streets. The children are given the opportunity to seek a facility and receive psychological help and support then return back to their ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Symphony Orchestra Reflection Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the Texas State Symphony Orchestra Recital at Evans Auditorium. The performance was made up of two pieces: Overture to Nabucco composed by Giuseppe Verdi and Symphony No. 5 E minor op. 64 composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky with its 4 movements. The theme of the overall performance was Fifth and Fate , depicting the ideas of life and destiny. Despite its flaws, the concert very well exemplified this theme and overall put on a delightful and memorable performance. Now, while the performance in its entirety was something spectacular, like every piece of art, it had its flaws. One thing I noticed throughout the recital was the lack of balance. At some points, the string section overpowered the horns almost entirely to where it was nearly impossible to hear them. Granted, the string section was almost three times the size of the brass, but that is no excuse. A good director would notice this imbalance and make an attempt to conduct the sections to fix this unequal sound. Simply stating, the strings needed to be quieter and the horns could ve made an attempt to be louder. A more obvious fault to the untrained ear was the timing of the orchestra. On occasion, after rests, when an entire section was cued to come in, they did not come in in unison. There would be a lone bassoon or viola that would come sometimes as soon as a beat before the rest of the ensemble. This hindered the sense of unity and harmony the orchestra attempted ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. The Nuclear Arms Of The United States And The Soviet Union In order to maintain peace and stability in the world, there must be a balance of power between countries. The Nuclear Arms Race was started because there wasn t a balance of power after World War II. The U.S. was the only country at that time which possessed nuclear weapons. Russia, fearing a United States domination of world power, developed a nuclear bomb of its own. Thus started the Arms Race, in which both countries attempted to gain the upper hand in terms of the number of nuclear warheads each possessed. However, the Arms Race ended when several treaties in arms reduction were passed. I believe that in the end, the United States and the Soviet Union realized that one country would eventually win, and the balance of power would... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Typically, in popular depictions of arms races, the political calculations that start and regulate the pace of the game remain obscure. As Charles H. Fairbanks, Jr., has noted, The strange result is that the activity of the other side, and not one s own resources, plans, and motives, becomes the determinant of one s behavior. And what constitutes the finish line of the game is the province of assertion, rather than analysis. Many onlookers, and some participants, have claimed that the likelihood of war increases as the accumulation of arms proceeds apace. A close examination of the historical evidence reveals a different picture. Political purposes almost always drive and govern arms races. It is common for a major race to be initiated by a state interested in changing the political status quo. In some cases, the response of states content with the status quo is swift and resolute, but in other cases it is constrained by domestic political or economic considerations or diverted by diplomatic calculations. The course of an arms race has frequently exacerbated a sense of rivalry and occasionally even determined the timing of a war; but most often it has ended in a political settlement between rivals or in a decision by one side to moderate its buildup. The first competitive buildup in which contemporaries used the arms race metaphor seems to have been the naval rivalry in the late nineteenth century, in which France and Russia challenged Britain in the context of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Similarities Between Easter And Greek Easter Come every April, I would throw on my clothes and run out to our Dolmades tree to pick leaves to prepare for our traditional dinner. My grandfather grew up in Sparta Greece. He grew up celebrating a different occasion that most people do not. Most families across the world, celebrate a tradition known as Easter. The whole family comes over, turkey and mashed potatoes are spread out all over the table, and you re waiting for the moment your mom tells you that it s time to eat. However, my family is different. Instead of celebrating Easter we celebrate Greek Easter. Both are quite similar in ways but have very different traditional values and most importantly, food. Initially, my grandfather would celebrate Greek Easter when he was a child and then brought the tradition to my family. However, the food prepared wasn t easily accessible to him when he was a child. Growing up in Greece, food and money were scarce. To add, he grew up during World War I, soldiers would scavenge through his village frequently. Roaming house to house taking any supplies and food they could get their hands on. With that being said, in order to celebrate Greek Easter, he had to find leaves, rice, and all the essential needs to prepare the food. Walking through town barefoot, he would only find limited supplies to make the food. Like Jonathan Safran Foer said in Storytelling In the forests of Europe, she ate to stay alive until the next opportunity to eat to stay alive again. In America, fifty years ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Big Nurse Ratched Quotes Nurse Ratched, known as Big Nurse is the head nurse in the asylum and her role is to keep order and control in the ward. She is a master of manipulation. In the passage on page 55, the metaphor referring to the therapy meeting as bunch of chickens at a peckin party uses an animal motif to further emphasize the inhuman way Big Nurse retains control. The alliteration peckin party and blood and bones (Kesey, 55) underscores the seriousness of the meeting. Harding is the chicken in this peckin party and Big Nurse is the one who takes the first peck. Adding amplification to McMurphy s analogy, detailing blood spotted chickens that get pecked to death and as their blood splats onto other chickens they become the next victims, creates a graphic... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The peckin party is a way to keep order by singling out and humiliating the individual until they have no self worth. Miss Ratched puts up a pleasant facade giving the illusion that her motives are for the greater good of her patients. This is evident in Harding s denial of McMurphy s view that the meetings are Peckin Parties, Our dear Miss Ratched? Our sweet, smiling, tender angel of mercy, Mother Ratched, a ball cutter? Why, friend, that s most unlikely (57). Miss Ratched s job is to keep order in the ward at all costs. She does not act out of pure obligation to do her job well, but enforces her authority even at the expense of the patient s progress. Miss Ratched s treatment of Billy is proof of how she casts aside patient s advancement and wellbeing to ensure strict adherence to the rules. Billy desires to live a normal life but Miss Ratched squashes his dreams and keeps him under her thumb. Sadly, when McMurphy schemes to give Billy a real sexual encounter, he gets caught. Even though Billy shows a glimmer of confidence, Miss Ratched targets his weakness to his mother by saying, Mrs. Bibbit s always been so proud of your discretion. I know she has. This is going to disturb her terribly. You know how she is when she gets disturbed, Billy; you know how ill the poor woman can become. She s very sensitive (264). Unable to bare the shame, Billy commits suicide. Again Miss Ratched ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Nihms NIH Public Access Author Manuscript Nat Rev Microbiol. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2013 January 03. Published in final edited form as: Nat Rev Microbiol. 2011 April ; 9(4): 244 253. doi:10.1038/nrmicro2537. The skin microbiome $watermark text Elizabeth A. Grice and Julia A. Segre Genetics and Molecular Biology Branch, National Human Genome Research Institute, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, 20892 4442, USA. Abstract $watermark text The skin is the human body s largest organ, colonized by a diverse milieu of microorganisms, most of which are harmless or even beneficial to their host. Colonization is driven by the ecology of the skin surface, which is highly variable depending on... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The skin is a continuously selfrenewing organ, and squames are constantly shed from the skin surface as the final stage of terminal differentiation, having begun their migration from the basal layer ~4 weeks earlier12. Invaginations and appendages $watermark text Cutaneous invaginations and appendages, including sweat glands (eccrine and apocrine), sebaceous glands and hair follicles, are likely to be associated with their own unique microbiota13 (FIG. 1). Eccrine glands, which are more abundant than apocrine glands, are found on virtually all skin surfaces and continuously bathe the skin surface with their secretion, which is composed mainly of water and salt. The primary role of eccrine sweat is thermoregulation through the release of latent heat from the evaporation of water. Additional functions of eccrine glands include excretion of water and electrolytes, and acidification of the skin, which prevents the colonization and growth of microorganisms. Apocrine glands, which are located in the axillary vault (armpit), nipple and genitoanal regions, respond to adrenaline by producing milky, viscous, odourless secretions. Apocrine secretions have long been postulated to contain pheromones, which are molecules that trigger certain behaviours (for example, sexual or alarm) in the receiving individual14. The stereotypical ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Essay on Class, Socialization, and Politics Elections are at the core of the American political system. They are the way we choose our government, the source of government authority, and a means by which the people can influence public policy. For most Americans, voting is the only form of political participation. Essential questions to ask concerning these issues are: Who votesand why? What influences people to become voters? And what influences how they vote? It is important to approach these issues from a sociological standpoint addressing such matters as socializationand social stratification. Socialization is a gradual process that takes place as we grow up. It is the process that aids in developing attitudes and opinions that allow us get along within a society. These ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... (Introduction to Sociology Pg. 222) Within this class system are three broad overlapping categories: a working class, a middle class, and an upper class. People are placed within these categories based on their occupation, income, and wealth. The working class receives the lowest income and fills blue collar jobs in factories and farms, as well as white collar positions like clerical and secretarial jobs in offices. The middle class consists of professionals like teachers, engineers, small business people, and skilled workers. The upper class, often called the elite or ruling class is composed of those who run our major economic and political institutions and receive the highest earnings for doing so. Class as reflected in education, income, and occupation, does influence people s attitudes on a variety of issues. People in the working class tend to be liberal in wanting greater economic equality and more programs dealing with social welfare. This liberalism on economic issues contrasts strongly with their ideas on civil liberties. Members of the middle class tend to be more conservative in their economic views and more liberal on issues such as free speech and respect for civil rights. Therefore, class attitudes on political questions are both liberal and conservative. The problem with figuring out how these various characteristics that divide the population influences a person s political behavior is that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. United Airlines Argument Essay The article Here s what United will do differently after the infamous dragging incident , written by Kristine Phillips and Avi Selk (2017), describes the aftermath of the incident where a United Airline passenger was forcibly removed from an airplane to open a seat for an off duty crew member. This event was a disaster for United and fueled public anger toward United, even international outrage (Phillips Selk, 2017). This issue has caused United Airlines to change their policies by requiring off duty crew members to check in at least an hour before the flight leaves (Phillips and Selk, 2017) and once the airplane has been boarded, the passengers cannot be removed, unless it is for safety reasons. Seats on an airplane are intangible, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Literary Analysis Of A Tree Grows In Brooklyn The Everlasting Tree An American classic is a novel that has beautiful language, complex characters that change throughout the novel and is timeless. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn does just that. Betty Smith, author of A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, wrote this novel about a young girl s coming of age during the early 1900 s. Smith wanted to publish a novelthat showed the American Dream and the struggles of being poor in America. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn is considered an American classic because of its connection to the American Dream, how the hardships of being poor prevented attaining that dream and the impact of Francie being a woman with the injustices she faced. Betty Smith was a German immigrant that lived in Williamsburg Brooklyn, New York (Johnson). She was a play writer and a novelist at a young age (Johnson) . Smith began her writing career at Ann Arbor and her playwriting career at the Yale School of Drama (Johnson). Her move to North Carolina to become a part of the WPA Federal Theater Project kick started her career as a play writer (Johnson). Her novel, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, was written over a period of a few years and was based on her own life (Johnson). As soon as it was published in 1943 it became a bestseller instantly and many saw Smith as a major component of literacy in the 1940 s (Johnson). The stress of her overnight success put a considerable amount of pressure on her to write consimore novels (Johnson). She settled in Chapel Hill, NC where she later ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Difference Between The Spatiality Of Position And Situation The Difference Between the Spatiality of Position and Situation In the third chapter of Part 1 of Phemomenology of Perception Meurlo Ponty discusses the orientation of the body and how we perceive of it within the world. To do this he introduces two key concepts; spatiality of position and spatiality of situation. Both these concepts apply to our experiences being a body within the world but have very distinct features regarding our perceptions of our bodies and how we conceive of and interact with the world. This paper will look at the distinction between the two concepts using Meurlo Ponty s Schnieder and attempting to determine the significance of defining these two concepts in such a way. To begin, Meurlo Ponty starts by discussing how the parts of our body relate to each other in a very particular way. We do not conceive of ourselves as a collection of closely spatially related organs but rather as a whole contributing to our body schema (PhP 100). Our body schema is a gradually developing psychological construct that helps us develop a summary of our experiences as a body including out movement as a whole and unifies us a being (PhP 100). The body schema that we develop plays into the spatiality of position and the spatiality of situation and how the body appears to us. Spatiality of position refers to the body within space, in this case the body is perceived of as part of the external objective world. Meurlo Ponty says that this conceptis consistent with ideaof ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. The Drawbacks of Gun Control Legislation Gun control is many issues of this nation summed up into two words. In the point of view of some people gun control is a crime issue, while to others it is a rights issue. Gun control also is a safety issue and believe it or not, an education issue. Within each of these problems, there are those who want guncontrol legislation, and those like myself, who want less gun control legislation. The second amendment states that we as citizens have the right to bear arms and protect ourselves. Gun control only keeps the good guys from obtaining firearms. Bad guys will always have ways of getting weapons, whether it be from the black market, cross borders, or illegal street sales. Another drawback of any and all gun control legislation is that they only affect law abiding citizens. By clarification a criminal is someone who breaks the law. Therefore, passing gun control legislation to control crime committed by criminals is disagreeable. According to the (NRA) National Rifle Association, only four criminals have been taken into custody while attempting to legally purchase a firearm. Criminals do not purchase guns legally. They have other ways to get guns, such as the black market or theft. Many citizens are for new gun control laws, but many are against them. Nowadays, it is almost impossible to pick up a magazine or watch the evening news without being blasted with details of another mass shooting, or another child that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Advancements in Women s Rights Over the Past 100 Years Essay Most cultures and societies through both history, and today have viewed women as the weaker sex . Often they labeled unfit to perform many jobs outside of child bearing and domestic chores, even considered less intelligent than men are. In the past, this attitude translated into fewer jobs for women, below average pay, and poor working conditions. This continues today, despite the many great advances women have made in the past 100 years. This is evident in the Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) fields, where a man is far more likely to get the position than a woman is. The rate of males EMTs compared to femaleEMTs was a ration of 8 1 in 2010. During my research, I came across a website which states, Female Medics are Deadly! ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Another reason for job inequality could be the misconception that women are unable to make rational decisions, because they are emotionally driven. Women are emotional creatures, but their emotions do not override common sense. Typically, women have to study more, and work harder than a man to achieve their position of power. According to the Harvard Business Review Women, still face tougher odds not only getting into, but also staying in the C suite. (CEO). They conducted a study in which they studied the leadership of the world s top 2000 companies; they found that 29 (1.5%) of those CEOs were women. The Harvard Business Review also notes the difference between men and women CEOs and suggests that women still aren t treated as equals to men when it comes to high stakes positions. Another study by Darden Professor Erica James reported that stock in a company drops after the announcement of a female CEO, but not after that of a male CEO. As time went on women continued their struggle to earn their right even today. In some areas around the world, women are still expected to be those perfect 50 s housewives where they cook, clean, make, and raise the children. In areas around the world like Israel, women who cannot have children appear as something useless to society. Their husbands ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Analysis Of Chopped And Screw Houston, Texas is the hometown of an artist who pioneered an innovative genre of rap. Robert Earl Davis Jr., better known as DJ Screw, birthed this genre by experimenting with turntables at a young age. To Davis, there was precision in making his beat stand out from the others. His experimentation led to the creation of what he called Chopped and Screwed. DJ Screw s interpretation of ideal rap music governed not only the genre, but artist throughout Houston. During the 90 s, Chopped and Screwed had a notable effect on musical, social, pharmaceutical, and cultural aspects in Houston which are still being expressed today. Rap before Chopped and Screwed, like Miami bass, was usually upbeat with a fast tempo. Few artists during the early... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... To have a more intense and emotional experience with Chopped and Screwed, listeners often paired it with sipping lean. Chopped and Screwed and lean complemented each other very well. DJ Screw and other related Houston rappers often promoted lyrics about abusing lean. This made drinking the substance socially acceptable and popular. Jesse Serwer, author of DJ Screw: From Cough Syrup to Full Blown Fever stated, that s just the culture down here and a way of life . From then on, Sipping Lean became a staple in the lives and music of Houston s artists and listeners. The impact of Chopped and Screwed ventures on into the change of Houston s culture. Chopped and Screwed for Houstonians was and still is a cultural identity. For example, June 27th is the day Houston habitants celebrate DJ Screw. That is how important he is to rap music. Artist such as Drake have produced remixes from one of DJ Screw s most memorable songs, June 27th. DJ Screw mixed and mastered the beat and various artist freestyled over the beat. Many Houston artists supported the movement DJ Screw spearheaded because it influenced the culture remarkably. The start of Screwed Up Click also greatly shaped Chopped and Screwed. DJ Screw, the leader of the group, invited other Houston rappers to join. Some of the original members included, but were not limited to, Big Moe, Fat Pat, Mike D, Botany Boyz, and Big Hawk. Other members who ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. My Thoughts On My Dreams Day 1: My first mindful rest experience was new and kind of unexpected. I did not believe I would feel so comfortable in that position to fall asleep on the floor afterwards. I amazed myself that I didn t want to get up. My dreams are generally very vivid and involve lots of action, however in my dream after this experience was completely dark. Not scary dark, but just the nothingness found in blackness. I took a fair bit of rearrangement to get into a comfortable position, but once I got to it, the hard tile floor actually didn t feel as hard as I had thought it would. Surprisingly, my grandfather used to take naps on the floor lying flat with a pillow against his head, although his feet were not in the same position with knees pointing towards the sky, I felt connected to him through this activity. I found I had to really plan out a time to do it in the future, because this experience was completed at a random hour when I was working on my other homework and I realized I had mindful rest to complete today. I am planning on doing it for 7 days straight but am a little worried that I may miss a day because of timing. Day 2: I had a different experience in today s mindful rest, I was told to keep my eyes open which I think gave it a different experience than the last. I remained mindful the entire time. Although today was very hot in my room, and keeping the fans off for the entirety was hard. It was interesting that when I got up after, I felt as though my breathing was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. The Actual Meaning of My Papa s Waltz by Theodore Roethke... The Actual Meaning of My Papa s Waltz by Theodore Roethke Poetry is made to express the feelings, thoughts, and emotions of the poet. The reader can interpret the poem however they see fit. Critics are undecided about the theme of Theodore Roethke s My Papa s Waltz. Some people believe that the poem is one of a happy exchange between a father and son. The more convincing interpretation is that it has a hidden message of parental abuse. Careful analysis of the keywords and each individual stanza back up this theory of child abuse by a violent and drunken father. The word that is key to the poem is romp. Roethke states that we romped until the pans / slid from the kitchen shelf (5 6). The word is usually associated with ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Most people would not associate a joyous event and death. For instance, when someone is on a roller coaster, they hang on tight out of fear. The second stanza gives the details of how the father was knocking over pans and shelves. No fun event would require continuous destruction to the house. The reader also sees the mother in a seemingly helpless state as the father continues to damage the house. She seems to be in a state of dismay as her husband carries on his behavior. Her frown shows that his actions sadden her but she is powerless to stop him. One would think that a smile would be more appropriate. This supports the abuse aspect because she would not be frowning if it was a joyous exchange between the son and father. In the last two stanza s, Roethke describes the vivid details of the beating. He describes how one hand clinches the boy s wrist. Clinch seems to be a rather strong word and it indicates a use of forceful grabbing. If this were a happy dance, the author would not use such a strong description. Lines 11 12 shows how the father tries to hit the son but due to his intoxication he misses and grazes the son s ear with the belt buckle. The fourth and final stanza sums up the feelings of the boy towards the father. The words seem to be directly spoken to the dad. This is not the first time this type of action has taken place. The reader gets this interpretation because the boy says, you beat time on my head ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. The Soybean Aphid, An Invasive Insect Of North America The soybean aphid, Aphis glycines is an invasive insect in North America. Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Arthropoda, Class: Insecta, Order: Hemiptera, Family: Aphididae, Genus: Aphis, Species: A. glycines ( Soybean Aphid ). (Diers, et al. 2009) The soybean aphid is native to Asia and a common pest in China ( Soybean Aphid ). Asian countries that experience the soybean aphid as an occasional pest are Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand ( Soybean Aphid ). The aphids were identified in Wisconsin in the summer of 2000 (Venette et al. 2004). Many believe that the soybean aphid arrived a few years prior to its identification because of the pest thrived in small numbers. Typically farmers and agronomist are not going to know a foreign species until they are looking for cause of crop injury. The invasion is believed to be accidental as the aphids were most likely introduced from, China or Japan carried by an international airline passenger or associated with a horticultural cargo (Venette et al. 2004). Only two years after being identified the aphids were found in 20 states including the Midwest and along the East Coast which contain approximately 89 percent of the land in the United States used to grow soybeans (Soybean Aphid). The soybean aphid was able to move quickly across the continental United States. These small insects utilized wind currents to be carried great distances and luckily for them the soybeans are one of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Ptlls Assignment 1 Roles and Responsibilities Essay Lifelong Learning Sector Lifelong learning sector covers adult education (16+) outside universities and takes place in further education colleges, adult and community learning centres, work bases, libraries, archives and information centres, the forces, NHS, prisons, private colleges. The learners range widely in their ages, interests, abilities, cultural and ethnic backgrounds, etc. Teacher s Roles and Responsibilities Our role as ESOL teachers is extremely diverse and includes many other aspects outside teaching in class, e.g. we can be a subject leader, a manager of learning resources, a curriculum developer, a tutor, an assessor, an advice giver, an administrator, a record keeper, an interviewer (Francis amp; Gould, 2009,... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As an ESOL teacher, I will be required to explain fire evacuation procedure pointing out to the nearest fire exit and keeping a register in case of fire, check the classroom before and after the lesson, ensure appropriate ventilation and lighting. Equality Act 2006 ESOL teachers should ensure that all learners are treated equally and have equal opportunities regardless of their race, sex, cultural background and abilities. During the observed lesson, the teacher treated the learners with equal respect, he gave them equal opportunities to participate in the activities and discussions, he listened to everyone and respected their views and opinions. The class was conducted taking into account the multicultural nature of the class and different backgrounds of the students. Boundaries When our responsibilities are clearly defined in the job description, during induction process and in instructions and guidelines, it ensures clear understanding and co operation, effective working relationships, positive psychological environment and smooth running of all aspects of teaching /learning process. The Institute for Learning (IfL) is responsible for enforcing the Code Of Professional Practice introduced in April 2008 to regulate the activities of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Pest Analysis Tesco TESCO 1. Introduction Tesco is one of the world s largest food retailer which deals in retailing services and other associated activities right now operating in UK, third largest retailer in the world in terms of profits and second largest retailer in the world in terms of revenue. (Data monitor, 2013) It has over 2400 stores operating worldwide in 13 different countries. Known as retailing giant TescoPLC employs over 530000 employees who serve tens of millions of customers every week to serve them regarding their basic needs (Tesco, 2014) Even after being a retailing giant Tesco has also not escaped the wrath of the economic crisis prevailing in UK and has seen few of its toughest years. Year 2013 saw first time in 20 years that there was... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It helps us know broad overview of the atmosphere in which company operates. (Kuvilahiti,2012) a. Political factors: As Tesco is operating in over 13 countries so theworkings of the company are very much affected by government policies, rules and regulations prevailing in one particular country. Often in many countries Tesco is faced with the legislations to provide jobs to all sets of population and Tesco specifically employe young students as they are young, provide high quality work and less salary and are loyal to their work. Current economic slowdown has resulted in closing of few Tesco stores in European Union. b. Economic Factors: This is one of the major sections where Tesco is most ill affected at current juncture of its growth as crisis has led Tesco to follow retrenchment policy which can hamper satisfaction among employees and they don t feel motivated. Also the economic slump has had a direct impact on demands of consumers who want to curtail back on their expenditures which is affecting Tesco very badly. Economic factors badly influence demand, prices, costs and profits for a firm. Tesco has no control over these economic factors but the slowdown has resulted in Tesco being exposed to market concentration ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Fear Of Madness In Hamlet Madness, and fear of madness, are the driving factors behind the plot and character interactions in the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare. By the end of the play, almost every main character ends up dead as a result of the hysteria or indecisiveness of other characters. As more and more tragic events and countless deaths occur, each character is forced to find a coping mechanism. Some succumb to the pressure, like Ophelia, who goes mad and drowns after her father dies, but others attempt to hide the effect the pressure has on them, like King Claudius. A deeper examination of Claudius s emotions and behaviors reveal that his psychological state is in truth severely damaged and has taken a toll on his actions. After killing his brother, King ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He diagnoses this disease as Hamlet and attempts to cure himself by sending the Prince to execution in England. ... The King is very violently affected by this play (Alexander). Unable to deal with his own guilt and grief after murdering his brother, Claudius instead finds a scapegoat to convince himself he has done nothing wrong. He accuses Hamlet of being mad, yet there is madness that lies within himself. The burden of holding in the horrible action he has committed has begun to take a toll on his well being, and the audience is finally given a glimpse into Claudius s emotions after The Murder of Gonzago, when he attempts to pray: Pray can I not. Though inclination be as sharp as will, my stronger guilt defeats my strong intent (3.3.42 44). The fact that there is nothing Claudius can ever do to truly make up for what he has done finally catches up to him, but he instead ends up using this as motivation for pursuing Hamlet s murder. The more Hamlet pushes his buttons, the more Claudius increasingly responds with coercion and eventually force (Keener). Every move Hamlet makes serves to convince Claudius that he is mad and a threat that needs controlling. Claudius convinces others around him that stopping Hamlet s madness is for the safety of the people, yet it is mainly ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Social Support-Giving Communication A communication approach to the study of social support views it as an interactive process involving support seeking behavior, the giving of support, and a response to support by the receiver (Barbee, 1990; Burleson et al., 1994; House, 1981). Support giving communication includes any behaviors with altruistic intent directed toward another individual (Dunkel Schetter, Blasband, Feinstein, Herbert, 1992, p. 90), such as providing advice or comfort. Those who receive effective social supportmay experience benefits such as feelings of well being, a sense of being accepted and understood, and an improved ability to control and cope with stressful events (Burleson, 1994). Many types of social support have been examined in the literature. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Civil Rights Movement Courage The Civil Rights Movement is often portrayed as white men against black men but the women definitely had their dog in the fight so to speak. McGuire recounts the important events of the civil rights movement and highlights the courage exhibited by African American women. She hits the nail on the head in terms of the civil rights movement. The civil rights movement was fueled by the courage and the togetherness of the black people, particularly black women. These Black women had the courage to speak up; the courage to fight for justice; the courage to defend black womanhood. Despite the risk of being imprisoned, beaten or lynched these women stood together to fight for what was right. If it hadn t been for their courage I m not sure if the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Cineplex Inc. Risk Profile CINEPLEX INC risk profile CAS 300 requires auditors to their audit using a risk based model where the nature, timing and extent of audit procedures are based on the assessed risk of material misstatement. Pickett (2006) argues that for audits to be effective and efficient, much of the audit effort should be focused on areas that are considered to pose the highest audit risk. Additional audit procedures should be linked to individual audit assertions whereas other audit procedures need to be performed as and when needed. Thus, for an audit plan to be put in place, it is necessary for an auditor to come up with a risk profile of the client comprising an understanding of the business operating by the audit client, assess business risk and also perform its preliminary analytical review. CINEPLEX INC Business and industry Cineplex Inc is a leading Canadian entertainment company that operates a number of businesses such as food services, movie theatres, gaming, alternative programming and retail of apps for various electronics. The company has also entered into a joint venture agreement with SCENE which is currently a successful entertainment loyalty program in Canada (Cineplex, 2014). The Canadian entertainment industry that is served by Cineplex has been recording sustained growth since 2011 where a growth of 5 percent was recorded. PwC s Global Entertainment and Media Outlook for 2014 2018 (PWC, 2014) indicate that the industry is set for a take off. The industry has a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Siddhartha River Analysis Siddhartha By Hermann Hesse LAP by Frank Palma Topic 3 Insignificant droplets of water plunging to the ground, gradually elaborating into a system which proclaims its existence with such scintillation and momentous significance, the river. The river that carries the same inexorable rate which we live our lives by, parallels to the current of an unstoppable river. Shifted to different directions by the different obstacles encountered, the river finds different routes to get to the destination it desires and life mimics its nature as many avenues close and others open. But the river carries on and does not pass through the same obstacle twice, it does not struggle or brawl the happenings opposed to it, it simply takes another path and learns from its mistakes. The river symbolizes life. In the book Siddhartha by Herman Hesse. The river plays a significant role on a reflective surface which redirects his actions into the eyes of the protagonist, Siddhartha. Born as the Brahmins Son, Siddhartha was surrounded by the luxuries and privileges of someone that has a supreme role in the caste system. The concept of Siddhartha s life is represented by the river comes into motion as we see the river being implemented in the early stages of the book as Herman Hesse describes Siddhartha s childhood. Different actions, his childhood revolved around the river that Siddhartha grew up in but most importantly he performs his rituals and his holy offerings. Suntanned ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. The Impact Of Globalization On The Urban Environment And... In 1990s America, obtaining freedom from governmental control became a social preoccupation. Starting with liberalism s demand for increased individual freedom, what began as a small movement eventually transformed into a culture wide fight for social justice and economic growth to create a free market where, ideally, no government would be needed. Activists term this modern movement neo liberalism, or global market liberalism (capitalism), which calls for free trade policies. While adopting such a system for American cities has been advocated by many people for its economic benefits, it also necessarily creates new relations between the citygovernment and the residents who live there, which in turn affects the urban environment and social relations within the city. The question is a persistent one in our place and time: to globalize, or not to globalize? Globalization requires highly specialized services, telecommunications, infrastructure, and industrial services. Economic globalization has mostly been represented in terms of the duality between national and global, where the global gains power and advantages at the expense of the national. For example, Saskia Sassen, author of Whose City Is It?, states many disadvantages of global cities for women, immigrants, and people of color, whose political sense of self and identities are not necessarily embedded in the nation (206). In developing cities there are large concentrations of diversity; immigration is a major ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Raw by Scott Monk, Hard Rock by Etheridge Knight, and... Raw by Scott Monk, Hard Rock by Etheridge Knight, and Dangerous Minds by John N. Smith Institutions can have positive and negative effects that can alter an individual s perceptions, judgment and values. Raw by Scott Monk, Hard Rock by Etheridge Knight and Dangerous Minds by John N. Smith help communicate an understanding of how such institutions can reform an individual. The novel Raw written by Scott Monk, is simple in style but introduces interesting and an acceptable insight to the concept of the institution and the individual experience . Brett Dalton resembles a highly wrought, reactionary character who challenged or feels confronted by structures of authority or control. Using Brett as the protagonist, Monk opens ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He implies that the power to change lives within the individual. Further on in the novel, Brett is still of concern and Sam reaches out to try and help. Don t shut me out, Brett. I do know the score and that is why I m worried about you . This indicates the positive effect of the institution and on the individual. Josh is another character who helps Brett reform. Josh is seen as the rehabilitated teenager who chooses to stay on the farm. He helps Brett realize that his problems are the least of his worries when compared with other troubled teenagers, for example Josh himself. His problems are quite indescribable, he has no parents that desire to care for him, whilst Brett does, and this changes Brett s perspective towards Josh and his life. Monk deliberately outlines the change in Brett through Josh to demonstrate the changing experience and positive effect of the institution on Brett. Scott Monk employs many techniques to convey his ideas of the positive changes Brett incurred from an institution. One of many is the use of contrast, which juxtaposes Brett s life at the beginning and his reformed life at the end. Monk highlights this contrast through the prologue and epilogue. In the prologue, Brett hates anyone who has the authority he thinks the whole world is against him, whilst in the epilogue Brett had learnt to make friendships, gain trust and respect and learn to accept his own mistakes and responsibilities. Violent ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. The Importance Of Technology On Human Interaction And... Up until about twenty or thirty years ago, no one really knew what technology was or how to use a cell phone, tablet, or computer. The iPhone was not even invented until ten years ago, but today, technology plays a role in almost every aspect of every person s life. It is just about impossible to go a day without seeing or using some piece of technology. The extensive amount of technology available today has really influenced the world and how people live. Unfortunately, that influence is not entirely positive; it has hindered human interaction and communicationby making people socially awkward, creating relationship issues, and limiting people s abilities to understand and use the written language. Because technology hinders human interaction and communication, people should limit their technological use. First, the more recent generations of children are growing up with technology available everywhere, so they are learning from a very young age what technology is and how to use it. Instead of playing outside with other kids in their neighborhood like their parents did growing up, most children today play video games on a gaming console, laptop, tablet, or cell phone. This is isolating children from the real world and inhibiting their ability to learn how to communicate with others. They are not learning to understand various social clues or even how to have a conversation face to face, and because of this, most kids may feel anxious or overwhelmed when they face a social ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Reaction Paper REACTION PAPER on GOD IS DEAD The lines, God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him, can be true in literal sense. Subjectively, the lines presented are very agnostic and atheistic. Those are against my will and belief as a Roman Catholic faithful. The three shorter mentioned lines are three important points to be clarified about. The first line says, God is dead is true in literal sense. In the Scriptures, it written that Jesus became man and so he died as a human. Yes, I believe that God really died. He was crucified by the high priests and the people s demand and at the order of the governor, Pontius Pilate. Jesus died humbly at the cross and every person present there had seen His timely death. The second point here ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Learning what is real is a step by step process; as learning occurs in stages. With each step, we become wiser and so, we gain full wisdom which is useful for our decision making and daily struggles. Plato s point of making just leaders who can lead his men justly is an important proposition for a better government. This is very ideal, however, the sad reality today is that not all leaders are blessed with the virtue of justice, fairness and sincerity. Maybe these leaders haven t acquired full wisdom yet. They failed to achieve the highest stage for they are too preoccupied with misconceptions, false realities or maybe they are blinded with injustices and self interests. Life is a copy of a copy of reality. It is idealistic to view that everything we conceive can be false or real but somehow, as time advances, the truth will soon be within reach. Human beings should know how to use this truth to their society. A REACTION on EUTHANASIA Thou shall not kill, is the fifth commandment. It is a sin to kill. We are not given the right to stop the life of an individual no matter what the circumstances are. Euthanasia is also known as mercy killing. It refers to the practice of ending a life in order to relieve pain and suffering. It can be voluntary, non voluntary, and involuntary. No matter what the reason is, euthanasia is still a form of killing whether ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Arguments Against Dna Testing Discussion #3 DNA testing has been around for many years. DNA testing was first used to determine paternity (Schwartz 2016). Today, DNA is not only used in paternity cases, but it is also used in criminal justice. DNA in the criminal justice was first used in 1986 in the United Kingdom. Dr. Alec J. Jeffreys was accused for two rape murders and later proven innocent by DNA testing (The Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences, 2003). Even if this method is reliable most of the time, there are times where the DNA expert might make a mistake, might be rigged or there might be an unknown bias. Unfortunately, because of this innocent individual are wrongfully accused of a crime they did not commit. Dr. Itel Dror wanted to test this theory. In a... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Dror believes that fingerprints are a reliable forensic evidence in today s trials. He also believes that fingerprints are more reliable than eyewitness testimonies. However, since fingerprints are identified by very highly skilled professional, they are still humans and mistakes can in fact happen either honestly or intentionally. He also stated that in most cases, fingerprint evidence has been more reliable and can be important in order to prove someone s innocence or find a criminal. I personally, agree with Dr. Dror s opinion on fingerprint evidence being more reliable than eyewitness testimony. Like he stated on the video, the mind is not like a camera. It does not take a video which we can later see and quickly catch the person responsible for a crime. Another reason of why I agree with Dr.Dror s, is because the mind is very easy to trick. Memories can be altered just by discussing the subject with someone else, either someone involved in the crime or by being asked leading questions by authorities. Statistics show that 70% of wrongful convictions caused by eyewitness testimony are overturned by DNA testing. (Innocence project, nd). As Dr. Dror said, the DNA expert might make some mistakes, DNA testing is still better and more reliable than eyewitness ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Advantages And Disadvantages Of Judges When judges are spoken of as a group, they are referred to as the judiciary. There are many different levels of judges, but the basic function is the same at all levels: judges are there to adjudicate on disputes in a fair, unbiased way, applying the legal rules of England and Wales. There is no clear cut division between civil and criminal judges, as many judges at the various levels are required to sit for both types of case. This in itself causes problem as, before their appointment, most judges will have specialised in one area of law. The head of the judiciary is the Lord Chief Justice. When considering judges the first point is that there is a marked difference between what are we called superior judges and inferior judges. Superior... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... ( High judicial office is defined to include High Court Judges of England and Wales, and of Northern Ireland; Court of Appeal Judges of England and Wales, and of Northern Ireland; and Judges of the Court of Session).Alternatively, applicants must fulfill the judicial appointment eligibility condition on a 15 year basis, or have been a qualifying practitioner for at least 15 years.A person satisfies the judicial appointment eligibility situation on a 15 year groundwork if he has been a solicitor of the senior courts of England and Wales, or barrister in England and Wales, for at least 15 years; and has been gaining ride in regulation at some stage in the post qualification period.Aindividual is a qualifying practitioner if he is an recommend in Scotland or a solicitor entitled to appear in the Court of Session and the High Court of Justiciary; or he is a member of the Bar of Northern Ireland or a solicitor of the Court of Judicature of Northern Ireland.The meaning of gaining experience in law is set out in area 52(2) to (5) of the Tribunals and Enforcement Act 2007 and relates to a length engaged in regulation related activities. It is the accountability of the Lord Chancellor to convene a determination commission: he generally does this through way of a letter to the President of the Court who chairs the determination commission. Under adjustments brought thru the Crime and Courts Act 2013 the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Proposal Essay Depression Depression can move in on a person quickly or creep in like a fog. It can be a visceral experience, like a blow to the gut or a heavy burden suddenly pressing down on one s shoulders. It can affect one s experience of the world: if it s sunny outside, somehow it seems dull and cold; if it s gray, the gray gets heavier. Have you ever been depressed? How do you stand against it; how do you push back the gray veil? How do you cope with depression and even work to break out of it? First, it s important to know the difference between the winter blues, an occasional down day, a week when you re just feeling off, and longer lasting, biologically based depression. Depression is a whole body illness, involving your thoughts, mood and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I do recommend anything by Bill Withers, especially the soulful Lean on Me ( Sometimes in our lives, we all have pain, we all have sorrow, but if we are wise, we know that there s always tomorrow... ). One song that always cheers me is Dobie Gray s Drift Away ( And when I m feeling blue, a guitar s comin through to sooth me. Thanks for the joy that you ve given me... ). Sometimes music can be used as a catalyst, something through which to channel your anger (depression can stem from deep anger [McCrary 1998]) and pain. For that, I recommend Mary J. Blige s No More Cryin from her The Breakthrough album (2005). Other songs I recommend from that album are Take Me As I Am and Good Woman Down. Finally, because depression can also stem from fear, I recommend listening to Mindkiller, by Adam Freeland off of his Now and Them album (2004). Blast this song and remind yourself that, as the lyrics say, Fear is the mind killer. Going for a drive in your car can also be a distraction from the depression, as long as you feel safe in handling the vehicle. You can take your music with you, head east, then turn back toward the Front Range to give yourself full view of the area s jagged, snow covered peaks. Or Asmus, page 3 drive right up into the mountains, allowing the music to serve as a soundtrack for each turn in the road. When you break over the top of a hill and have a view of the valley below, use this as a metaphor for your depression that you ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Pay It Forward Reflection A young boy in social studies class is given an assignment, along with the rest of the students, to come up with an idea that could change the world. As well as coming up with an idea, the students also have to put it into action. Trevor McKinney (Haley Joel Osment) does not know nor understand how a kid his age can change the world. When he is riding his bike home from school, he passes up a site where a group of homeless people live, and the idea of how he can change the world comes to him. He figures that if he helps one person, then that person can help three, and so on. This begins his plan to Pay it Forward. The movie Pay It Forward (based on a novel by Catherine Ryan Hide) is directed by Mimi Leder at Warner Brothers Studio. It was released in the year 2000, being a PG 13 drama. Starring in this movie is Kevin Spacey (Eugene Simonet), Helen Hunt (Arlene McKinney), Haley Joel Osment (Trevor McKinney), Jon Bon Jovi (Arlene s husband), and Angie Dickinson (Arlene s mother). The main idea of the movie is for a class of kids to come up with a way to change the world and do it not just talk about it. The project does not go exactly as Trevor plans it, but it comes out bigger than he could have imagined. The acting portrayed in this movie by Haley Joel Osment as the young Trevor McKinney is excellent. Trevor McKinney is a kid that is wise beyond his years and very courageous. He is the type of person who is not afraid to speak his mind or take a stand for what he ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Strategic Direction For Joint Operations The security environment today is volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA). The challenges presented by globalization, emerging powers as well as the continuing threat of terrorism indicate the future security environment will continue to gain complexity. Adding to this complexity is the challenge of increasingly constrained fiscal resources. To protect U.S. National Securityinterests in this complex and constrained environment, Joint Force2025 (JF 2025) requires four core capabilities, it must be agile, adaptable, survivable and integrated. Supporting these capabilities requires proper balancing of the Joint Force. This essay discusses the impending environment, key strategic direction for JF 2025, the capabilities required by... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The National Military Strategy of the United States articulates several specific challenges to U.S. National Security interests that will confront JF 2025. Russian aggression toward its neighbors and defiance of international standards of behavior threatens stability in Europe. Iranian nuclear ambitions and support of terror imperils Israel and the Middle East. A bellicose and nuclear North Korea is a threat to America s allies, Japan and the Republic of Korea. The emerging power of China offers both opportunities in the form of greater economic cooperation, but also challenges as they expand their military capabilities, menace Taiwan and make provocative claims in the South China Sea. Finally, violent extremist organizations (VEOs) such as ISIS and al Qaida continue to degrade regional stability and threaten U.S. interests. The emergence of near peer competitors like China and Russia and the threat of malign regional powers like Iran and North Korea continue to make inter state war conceivable for JF 2025. The threat posed by VEOs and failing or failed states continues to foster regional instability making overseas contingency operations a likely possibility. In between these on the continuum of conflict is hybrid conflict which combines conventional and non conventional forces employing both traditional military ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Analysis Of Carolyn Gardner, 12 Year Old Beginner... My subject and person that I chose to perform this movement is Carolyn Gardner, 12 year old beginner basketball player in the sixth grade. She is on the junior varsity team and this is her first time playing basketball on a team. This is her first time playing any team sport. Right now she is learning the basics and having a hard time focusing but that is expected being her first year. The reason I chose Carolyn is because since this is her first time playing basketballon a team and her first sport, there is no muscle memory developed as of yet. I can analyze her foul shot and movements and see raw unrehearsed kinetics of her movements. The methods of data collection I will use to analyze Carolyn s movement skills in the fouls shot are a digital camcorder recording of sagittal plane of her dominant side, also frontal plane view. I will use Coaches Eye, a video recording application. Three times will be recorded for analysis. I also will physically record on a chart. My limitations will be the environment because I will have to conduct this analysis outside of a gym, so I will not have a basketball hoop but I will have a goal for Carolyn to aim for. With this data that I will apply it to what I have researched about gaining and practicing the best skill for the ultimate performance. Then I will have my subject Carolyn practice and then re analyze her movement s. The analyzed movement will be the basketball free throw shot. I have found peer reviewed articles on how to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Analysis Of The Movie Baby Geniuses In the movie of, Baby Geniuses , their are scientist, Dr. Elena Kinder and Dr. Heep that study and conduct research on toddlers/babies. They use the funds for the studies to operate a theme park called, Joyworld , BabyCo. Dr. Kinder research is based on that babies are born possessing vast, universal knowledge and speak a language called Babytalk. The research states the the toddlers lose this knowledge and language when the begin talking human language at the age of 2 or 3. The babies in the research were adopted by Dr. Kinder and turned into little geniuses through the use of the Kinder Method. However, one of the toddlers, Sylvester, attempts to escape the research facility repeatedly. Once successful, Sylvester escapes and accidentally crosses paths with his twin brother, Whit. Whit is mistakenly captured by Dr. Kinder and is taken back to the research facility. In the meantime, Sylverster is mistaken for Whit and is taken home by Whits adoptive parents. It is later discovered that the adoptive father, Dan, is able to understand babies. He realizes that the research that Dr. Kinder is conducting is to help fund the park and that the toddlers are kept imprisoned and studied for their capabilities.The adoptive parents, with the baby geniuses, reveal the plans of the research facility and Dr. Kinder is arrested. Sylvester is by Whits adoptive parents and Whit is returned and joins the family. The research facility is kept open to continue the work with the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Shitty First Drafts By Anne Lammott Analysis Writing is something we have been used to since childhood. Beginning to write with just a few words and activities to improve our pendmanship. From easy sentences we all gradually improve our writing, as expected from higher levels of education. However, throughout all this time, many of us have been writingblind. Only writing what is seen an necessary, oblivious to the true skill and precision it takes to actually write quality work. Through the use of Anne Lammott s article Shitty First Drafts and personal experiences, I will advice you, my fellow freshman, on certain a aspect of writing that you may not have known prior to joining the college world, as well as offer some life advice. To begin, in Anne Lammott s article Shitty First Drafts ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Speaking from prior experience, I have never been one to openly allow someone else to revise my work or even allow them to view it at all. I am quite a bit too shy for that. However, Lommet makes some valid points. All throughout my life, I have gotten by on the basics of writing. I was unaware of the amount of work that takes place in writing. Writing is much more than it seems to be. Simply writing is not suffice in the understanding of the skillful process. I have come to realization that writing is just as critical as assembling a car. In the same sense, building a car is about precision and piecing many parts together for the overall outcome of a successful, running automobile. Even then, there may be room for improvements down the line, but in the meantime it is good to produce the best work possible. Writing can be just as critical because it involves a vast variety of things as well. There is more to take into account than simply typing or jotting down words. Writing involves grammar, spelling, punctuation, intended audience, etc... These things of which can become quite confusing, attempting to make them all flow in a smooth, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Essay on The Theme of Hypocrisy in The Catcher In The Rye The Theme of Hypocrisy in The Catcher In The Rye In the novel The Catcher In The Rye, the protagonist Holden Caulfield views his surroundings with hypocrisy and contempt in an attempt to avoid the corruption of adulthood. Holden places himself above the crowd because he believes everyone acts phony. In the process, Caulfield reveals his true problem: his refusal to change. Holden fears adulthood because it brings responsibilities and trouble. He believes all adults possess an aurora of phoniness. His disgust of everyone around him reveals his fear of growing up. Holden exhibits insecurity, so to make himself feel better, he exercises the power to condemn people for the way they behave. Holden ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The trouble is, you wouldn t (Salinger 172). Because the aging process is inevitable, Holden abhors the idea of growing up and becoming a phony himself. Change is inevitable and is a constant phase that Holden cannot conceptualize. Holden s fear of change can be exemplified by the Museum of Natural History. Like the museum, he wants everything to be unchanging and as simple as possible. He talks about the immutable statues by saying, Certain things they should stay the way they are... I know it s impossible, but it s too bad anyway (Salinger 122). By admitting his fear of change, Holden also reveals another important aspect of his life: his loss of childhood innocence. The only thing he can talk about without contempt is kids. Allie, his deceased brother, is continuously mentioned in the book, as well as the many interactions Holden has with Phoebe. Although he is continuously deriding others around him, he humbly admits to his sister that the only thing he could envision doing is saving kids, What I have to do I have to catch everybody if they start to go over the cliff [...] I d just be the catcher in the rye and all. I know it s crazy, but that s the only thing I d like to be (Salinger 173). Holden s love for kids is the only ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. The Effects Of Home Environment On Children Abstract The use of child daycare has been debated endlessly. It has become hard to determine how it may aid in the development of a child s cognition or if it hurts it instead. This is partly because of the wide variety of types of child care and the opportunities that are given to young children. Fortunately, measures have been created to help standardize what a daycare does and how it is run. In this paper, several studies are assessed and the criteria that daycares are held to are evaluated. The effect of home environment is compared to the effect of a child being at daycare during the day. It is important to establish a high quality daycare while simultaneously engaging the child in a healthy life at home. Introduction Daycare centers ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... ( Daycare Centers, 1997 2016). This organization in daily activities is a good characteristic of a high quality daycare center, in which children s brains develop the most. In addition change of environment can help stimulate the children s senses. When the group of kids takes a trip outside, they have the opportunity to express themselves more freely and develop in ways that they wouldn t be able to inside. Lower quality daycares that may not be as certified or even informal daycare, where a relative watches over a child, has shown to not assist children s cognitive development as much. They may not have the facilities to let the children go outside and therefore, they lose that advantage that kids in high quality daycare have. Many studies have shown how certain aspects of daycare affect how children develop cognitive including experiments in language development and the effects of informal daycare. Defining Quality of Daycare Many studies by credited organizations, including the National Association for the Education of Young Children and the American Psychological Association, have been conducted in order to examine the effects of daycare on the cognitive development of children at or around preschool age. It has been discovered that the quality of daycare has a somewhat influential effect on the development of young children. As a result, high quality daycare has shown to improve the scores on tests ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Different Methods Of Preventing Vitamin D Deficiency And... Seasonal affective disorder is a mood disorder characterized by depression, which occurs around the same time every year (Partonen, 1998). It is hypothesized that being deficient in vitamin D is a reason for having seasonal affective disorder. We have researched four different methods of preventing vitamin Ddeficiency and seasonal affective disorder. The most used methods of achieving adequate vitamin D levels were found to be indoor tanning, natural light, light therapy and vitamin D supplementation. This research is important because it affects the well being and quality of life in every day people. During this project, we will assess which of the following four methods: indoor tanning, natural light, light therapy, or vitamin D supplementation is the most effective way to treat seasonal affective disorder. When looking at seasonal affective disorder, the environment where someone lives greatly affects their depressive symptoms. As stated earlier, distance from the equator has proven to add to the significance of people with depression in the winter months. A study was conducted to see the difference in the rate of depression searches using the internet based on global location. The study compared the United States with Australia, given that the U.S. lies in the northern hemisphere, and Australia in the southern hemisphere. The two countries have greatly different climates, with Australia remaining warm and sunny through most of the year. The results took into account the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Character Analysis Of Spider Man Peter Parker was having a great day at his field trip to Oscorp, until a radioactive spider bit him and changed his life forever. Radioactive spiders are sadly not a scientific reality in our world today. If they were, perhaps someone like Peter Parker would emerge as a real life web slinging superhero. However, since no spiders are likely to bite any teenage boys from Queens, Peter Parker and Spider Manwill remain fictional characters. Despite this limitation, the character of Peter Parker manages to inspire people of all ages and backgrounds across the world to achieve great things with the gifts they have been given. Spider Man himself is a global phenomenon that has sparked countless reincarnations of the character in almost every... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Peter chooses to help people around Queens out of the goodness of his heart, because he knows he has the power to. Before Uncle Ben dies, he tells Peter that with great power comes great responsibility (The Amazing Spider Man). Peter takes this advice to heart and uses his powers to protect those who are unable to protect themselves. When asked by Tony Stark why he chooses to fight crime, Peter says, When you can do the things that I can, but you don t... and then the bad things happen, they happen because of you. (Captain America: Civil War). This statement shows how Peter has taken on the burden of powers by devoting himself to stopping bad things from happening. Peter s willingness to take up his responsibilities to save innocent lives makes him a great character. Peter Parker s devotion to his family elevates his character to a higher standard. Peter is devastated when his uncle dies but doesn t allow his grief to pull him away from his aunt. He does everything in his power to protect Aunt May from finding out his secret, because he knows how much she would worry about him. After his best friend finds out about Spider Man, Peter begs him not to tell Aunt May by saying You know what she s like, if she finds out that there are people out there who try to kill me every night she won t let me do this anymore! (Spider Man: Homecoming). By saying this, he shows that he is willing to deceive his aunt in order to protect his city. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Band of Brothers And Today Essay Band of Brothers And Today What is going on in the world today? Are there any similarities with how the world was run 65 years ago? The 2002 HBO miniseries Band of Brothers was created and produced by a crew with numerous amounts of well known Hollywood names. Two men with some of the biggest names in Hollywood that backed this miniseries with their talent were Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks. The miniseries was released in 2002, only a year after the events of September 11th. The show was aired on HBO during prime time hours, aimed at Americans who may not have had a strong sense of this era in history. Band of Brothers stresses the bond between men who have willingly come together to fight for their country because they felt it ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... September 11th 2001, an act of terror that screamed a cry throughout the world, and will forever be in the hearts of many. Hundreds of firemen and police officers gave their lives without thinking of there own. They could think only of the others who were in danger. The brotherhood came after the disaster. Millions of Americans came together to show there support for others who had been directly affected. The attacks of 9/11 forever affected Americans in the fact that they were forever united with a bond stronger than anything a terrorist could break. Band of Brothers shows that when put to the test, the bonds Americans create amongst themselves is greater than any evil that is put in front of them. This was shown in the horrific tales of D Day. As Lieutenant Richard Winters said, when referring to the solidarity of his company He s behind enemy lines, on D Day.... Does he holler help? No... he hollers I m sorry lieutenant, I m sorry, I goofed My God it s beautiful when you think of a guy who s that dedicated to his company, his buddies, that he apologizes for getting hit. (We Stand Alone Together, Spielberg) Although Americans may not be fighting a battle on the front lines, they have come to fight a battle of their daily lives, and showing the opposition that they will not be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Comparing Sonny s Blues And The Fire Next Time James Baldwin s works, both Sonny s Blues and The Fire Next Time, weave the themes of black identity, family , and religion more elegantly than I have ever witnessed by any other writer. When reading The Fire Next Time readers witness the disharmony and miscommunication that wedges itself between a father and son. Baldwin, a teenager at the time, acts as many teenagers do, hoping to find various ways to spite his father first by joining a church and becoming saved, but not his father s church; then by insulting his father s beliefs and rules by inviting a non christian into the familyhome, although he already anticipates his father s reaction to such an act; and finally by joining the pulpit, although he is not a true believer. Baldwin ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. Samsung Swot Analysis Essay SWOT analysis of Samsung Limited. Samsung Electronics Co. Limited. is actually the consumer electronics subsidiary of the Samsung Group, a conglomerate based in Suwon, South Korea. Outside of Korea, Samsung is best known as the world s largest manufacturer of mobile phones and smartphones, including the highly popular and successful Galaxy. Internal Environment; Strengths в–ЄSamsung is the world s most successful electronics manufacturer. It is the world s largest manufacturer of television sets, liquid crystal display (LCD) panels, mobile phones and smartphones. в–ЄSamsung is the world s number one marketer of mobile phones with 21.4% of the world s largest market share in the second quarter of 2015. Apple is number two with 13.9%. в–Є... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... в–ЄNew technologies such as wearable tech. в–ЄGrowing middle class in developing world will increase market for consumer electronics. в–ЄGrowing online market from sales channels such as Amazon.com External Environment; Threats в–ЄApple has emerged as the dominant smartphone and tablet brand in some markets, such as the United States. Samsung has not been able to overcome Apple s reputation for reliability. в–ЄApple s reputation for quality, reliability and sophistication seems to be growing. в–ЄThe Google Android operating system, which Galaxy devices depend upon, is not as popular with average people as IOS is. в–ЄDeclining or stagnating middle class incomes in North America and the United States could reduce consumer buying power in those key markets for Samsung. в–ЄChinese manufacturers such as Huawei and Xiaomi could emerge as serious rivals to Samsung. The element that turned out to be the most easiest to develop is the strength element. It is when the thoughts of developing or setting up the goals of the organization. It is the company s capabilities and resources that allow it to engage in activities to generate economic value and perhaps competitive advantage. The ability to get the Samsung phones into the hands of billions of customers. The most difficult to develop is the that Samsung may have a large, bureaucratic structure that limits its ability to compete with more dynamic companies like Apple ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. The Effects Of Americans On Indian Life One cannot examine U.S. history without looking at the interactions between Native Americans and Americans. From colonization to industrialization, conflicts between these groups have always been prevalent. Indians have been stripped of their land, heritage and status. Our guns, germ and culture have killed them. One can see this power struggle in many pieces of literature. Two being, Crazy Horse: A Life , a secondary source focusing on a Siouxwarrior Crazy Horse and the Plains peoples, and Indian Trader John Lawson s Journal of Carolina 1709, a primary source that describes an English merchant s encounter with Indians in Carolina. This paper will focus on the effects of Americans on Indian life. Crazy Horse: A Life is a secondary source of information that tells the story of Sioux leader Crazy Horse and his tribe. As Whites invade their land for gold Crazy Horse has to find a way to keep his home. Throughout the source, Larry McMurtry, with little evidence, draws up the rise and fall of Crazy Horse. From early on it was evident of the whites were moving into the Plains peoples settlements, The author wrote, ...at first the pressure of white intrusion may have been subtle but and slight but it was present, and would be present throughout his entire life... the Sioux people and others way of life was dying because of the settlements of white people on their land. Their settlements cause the game to leave the area, which in turn hurt the hunters of the tribe. With these ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...