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Ethics in Domestic Surviellance Essay
Ethics in Domestic Surveillance SOC 120 Introduction Ethics and Social Responsibility Instructor: Dr.
David Jung March 31, 2014
If there is an issue that needs more attention it is the practice of governmental domestic surveillance.
This would be the practice of the National Security Agency also known as the NSA for using
strategies that are clearly breaking each citizen s civil rights. With the advancement of technology the
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These new powers include the collection of business records, physical searches and so called trap and
trace operations, analyzing specific calling patterns (NP, 2007). There are going to be those that will
dispute that if you do not have things to hide then you have nothing to worry about. This would be the
attitude of the sheep. When there are no real techniques of how this data is used because all citizens
are at risk. Within the history of the United States citizens have had the right to oppose or dispute the
policies of the government. Why the government collects data is in order to find any disapproval and
arrests people because they think differently than the leadership of our government. Data obtained
through conscientiously suspicious means have already been used to tarnish rivals of the current
president, and it is not unlikely to see rivals of the current wars to be affected as well. It would take a
magnificent nitwit to put mindless confidence in a government agency like the National Security
Agency. Few would deny the importance of deploying surveillance technologies to watch out for risks
of theft, fraud,
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Jeb Bush Research Paper
Do Not Judge A Bush By Its Cover
Brady Shackelford
Georgia Highlands College
Jeb Bush, Do Not Judge by the Bush Cover
What is the first thing that comes to mind when someone says Jeb Bush is running for president? You
probably think another Bush for president, again. You probably think about Operation Desert Storm,
under George H.W. Bush, or the collapse over our economy at the end of George W. Bush second
term. This is not how you need to think though. You do not need to allow all the wrong decisions you
think either of the former Bush presidents made to form your opinion of Jeb. You need to form your
opinion based off Jeb s past jobs in political positions and how you think his political views will
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He introduced his A+ Plan which would put a grade on schools which would force standards to be
higher for students. This really helped reading scores in the public schools. Reading scores jumped 11
points on the National Assessment of Educational Progress. This was an enormous jump compared to
the 2.5 point jump nationally. Also, Jeb Bush allowed students, in failing public school districts,
school vouchers to allow children to go to higher graded schools. In addition to that, he pushed for
many different scholarships to become available, especially to the poor and disabled. The educational
system is one thing Jeb plans on pushing hard to make sure it succeeds, if he becomes president. He
believes that this next generations education is key to keeping America
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Identity In Chopin s The Awakening
Chopin s work has allowed her to become recognized more over time. As women keep gaining rights,
so are Chopin s works of literature acquiring literary attention. Chopin realized that people valued
morality, especially when it came to things such as adultery and the marital discord caused by such, so
she decided to use those two items to try and deliver a message concerning an overarching patriarchy
that set into motion internal strife for stereotypically frail individuals and women alike who had been
cornered by the strangling ideology. Chopin uses identity as a main focal point concerning her
philosophy over her search for self and desire to express herself when being subjugated. Edna serves
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Edna also exemplifies the impossibility as it pertains to a woman achieving such a dastardly goal at
the time. Edna begins on her journey towards feminine selfhood early in the novel and while doing so
evokes sympathy and understanding. For Edna, It s far easier to see her either as an innocent victim
crushed by a merciless, absolute patriarchy, or as having the last laugh by ducking out of life s
impassable and unfair obstacles (Ramos, Unbearable realism: freedom, ethics and identity in The
Awakening. ). However, Chopin writes thoughtfully and uses Edna s journey for even more than what
Ramos states above and describes it as, an unrestricted, undefined and, ultimately, impossible state
ironically [depriving] her life of meaning (and finally of life itself) (Ramos, Unbearable realism:
freedom, ethics and identity in The Awakening. ). In this way she delivers the message concerning an
overarching patriarchy and its damages by describing Edna as innocent and crushed by a merciless
patriarchy, while also speaking out about the dangers of valuing self over the other individual s in one
s life. Chopin, using Edna from The Awakening,
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Jude Gracia Case Summary
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS
EASTERN DIVISION JAIME GARCIA, Plaintiff, v. ARCADIA PAINT COMPANY ROY S
HARDWARE SUPPLIES, INCORPORATED, Defendants. ))))))))))) Case No. 16 CV 100 Judge
Sally Neil Magistrate Judge Maria Legan DEFENDANT ROY S HARDWARE SUPPLY,
INCORPORATED S MEMORANDUM IN SUPPORT OF ITS MOTION TO DISMISS ON THE
PLEADINGS NOW COMES the Defendant, Roy s Hardware Supplies, Incorporated (Roy s), by and
through its attorneys, Jackson Davis, LLP, and moves this Honorable Court to dismiss it from the case
pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(c), and in support thereof, states as follows: Statement of Facts Here is
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WHEREFORE, Defendant respectfully requests that this Court grant its motion to be dismissed from
this action and all other relief this Court determines is necessary and proper. Respectfully submitted,
By: Jackson Davis, LLP Attorneys for Defendant, Roy s Hardware Supplies, Incorporated Notes C
State Conclusion on the issue (legal question). R Rule of Law applied in making conclusion. E
Explanation of the Rule of Law (usually by pointing out its application by the courts in similar cases).
AApplication of the Rule of Law to the facts of the present case. C Restate conclusion as summary of
the outcome derived from the Application to the present
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Women In Imperial China
First of all, the Imperial Examinations were biased against women. At this particular point in time,
women were considered to be worth close to nothing. The author of China s Examination Hell: The
Civil Service Examinations of Imperial China says a man who had no sons was considered to be
childless. (Miyazaki, 1976, p. 13). In other words, the female gender weren t even considered people,
lower than a person on the social scale. Women were expected at stay at home and care for the
children. The idea of working was preposterous, let alone help run a country. Because of the fact that
women were not born men, they were denied all the opportunities men had. From the day a baby girl
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To begin, there were numerous different topics the young scholars had to memorize and master. The
subjects that were focused on primarily were the classic works of Confucius and other great
philosophers. Education for these elite scholars didn t consist of math, science, or technology, for they
were reserved for the commoners to study. The typical student had to memorize the four books;
Mencius, Analects, Doctrine of the Mean, and Great Learning. (Crozier, 2002). He would also have to
memorize the five classics; Spring and Autumn Annals, I Ching (Book of Changes), Book of Rites,
Book of Documents, and Classic of Poetry. (Crozier, 2002). On top of these works of art, the scholars
had to memorize over 400,000 different characters at a rate of 200 characters a day. (Miyazaki, 1976,
p. 16). That is ridiculous! With all of these tools that are now engraved inside these young men s
heads, they are then presented with an Eight legged Essay on the day of the test. This is an essay that
is designed to answer a hard question about anything in these works or other works of Confucius. It s
called an Eight Legged Essay because in order to get full credit, one must answer the
question using eight paragraphs or parts. (Octave of Education, 2013). The topics that must be
memorized to even have a chance at passing the test, are a lot for a boy to learn at a young
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Disneyland Comparison
Disney World or Land? Two of the most well known theme parks in America are Disney World and
Disneyland. People travel from all over the world every day just to visit these parks. Although both are
Disney theme parks, they are very different. There are multiple differences to be found about Disney
World and Disneyland such as the parks, the rides, the entertainment, and the hotel choices. These
things go into consideration when trying to figure out what the best park to attend is. Disney world
and Disneyland have masses of similarities, but they are also very different. Disneyland opened on
July 17, 1955, in Anaheim, California. The opening day was intended to be fun and organized.
Although it was fun, it was the furthest thing from organized. Six thousand invitations to the Grand
Opening had been mailed. By mid afternoon over 28,000 ticket holders were storming the Magic
Kingdom. Most of the tickets were counterfeit (Disneylandshistory). Disneyland was the first and only
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The hotels on the Disney World property are broken down into Value, Moderate, and Deluxe resort
hotels. A popular value resort hotel in the All Star Movies hotel. The hotel is themed from outside to
in, in different Disney movies such as 101 Dalmatians, Toy Story, and Lady and the Tramp. You can
find two to three story tall statues from each of these movies at the hotel. A well known moderate
resort hotel in the Port Orleans hotels. The hotels have two different areas, Riverside and French
Quarter. The Riverside are of this hotel is themed from old Louisiana Plantation homes. The French
Quarter is themed off New Orleans at Mardi Gras time. Disney s Animal Kingdom Lodge is one of the
many Deluxe resorts. The Animal Kingdom Lodge is located directly inside of Disney s Animal
Kingdom theme park. The hotel is decorated in African
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The Inadequacy Of Free Enterprise
The Inadequacy of Free Enterprise The perception that there is a need for government involvement in
pensions is in large part due to the fact that private pensions are decreasingly reliable. According to
Bonnar (2008), conventional wisdom suggests that private sector defined benefit (DB) pension plans
are in the midst of a funding crisis (p. 21). In terms of how this applies to Ontario in particular, it is
probably based, Bonnar (2008) argues, on the fact that the largest 100 companies in the Toronto stock
exchange saw their median funded ratios reduced from 108 percent by the end of the year 2000 down
to 79 percent in 2005. This is despite the fact that contributions made by sponsors increased
dramatically during the same period from 4 million dollars in 2000 to 14 million in 2005. This is
based on a study looking at the largest 100 companies on the Toronto stock exchange index as
determined by market capitalization (Bonnar, 2008, p. 21). Companies that did not offer defined
benefit pension plans were excluded from the analysis. Companies in the financial sector were
reviewed separately because the financial ratios are so drastically different in that sector of the
economy than elsewhere. Robson (2008) supports the idea that private pension funds are not sufficient
to meet the retirement needs of Ontarian workers, arguing that By now, however, evidence is
overwhelming that the problems afflicting single employer defined benefit plans are not just the result
of a series
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The Curse Of Sleeping Beauty
Picked mostly on a whim, I was kind of excited to watch this to trash talk it as what reviews I had seen
weren t very kind. But The Curse of Sleeping Beauty is actually really watchable. Of course it isn t
great, but it s certainly not the train wreck I was led to believe. Parts were actually scary, with a bit of
a silent hill vibe to them and while the ending is more than a little on the predictable side of things.
That in no way hampers the enjoy ability of watching it all play out.
Thomas Kaiser (Ethan Peck) is an artist and a recluse with few friends. Since childhood he has had a
reccurring dream with a sleeping woman, Briar Rose (India Eisley). Though he always awakens
before he can kiss and wake her. One day he inherits an old mansion estate from an uncle he never
knew he had and goes to have it appraised for sale. Though things change after inherits the property, in
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Though I have a feeling that was kind of the point of the performance, it just doesn t play that well of
Natalie Hall and Bruce Davison s more serious and focus approach. India Eisley is also bland, well
right up until twist at the end when she actually does a fair amount of shinning.
My one of my two issue s with The Curse of Sleeping Beauty is that it s a bit to slow to get going.
Though once it got going it was great. My other being the predictability of what s going to happen.
Maybe I m just jaded from seeing to many horror films over the years, but I saw the twist from about
the thirty minute mark.
Final thoughts, overall I really liked it. Was it a masterpiece? No, of course not as few films are. But it
was entertaining and I don t consider watching a complete waste of time. The visuals are nice, the
pacing is solid and it has a great dread location that is dripping with atmosphere. Would I recommend
it? Yes, I just recommend going into with an open mind and a six pack.
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Border Patrol Agent Research Paper
Border Patrol agents constantly live with that fear of not knowing when your last day is. Agents are
threatened on a daily basis by illegal immigrants, natural wildlife, and the weather. When considering
a career as a Border Patrol agent, a person must carefully look into the responsibilities this will entail,
the skills one must have to succeed, plus other important aspects such as working conditions, salary
and the future of the job; however, just as important is to carefully prepare oneself for this profession
by attending the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA). The tasks and responsibilities of a
Border Patrol agent is to detect and prevent illegal entry of aliens into the United States of America.
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To reach the minimum number of semester credit hours for this degree is 120. Thirty nine of the total
semester credit hours required for the degree must be at the upper division level (utsa.edu1). Criminal
justice majors, through consultation with faculty advisors, should choose elective courses from the
core curriculum requirements that will enhance their awareness of the complex social and cultural
issues confronting American society (utsa.edu1). There is fifteen semester credit hours of core
criminal justice coursework, and eighteen semester credit hours of justice studies at least fifteen of
which must be upper division (utsa.edu1). Three semesters of internship in criminal justice taken in
consultation with the departments internship coordinator (utsa.edu2). Three semester credit hours of
appropriate upper division coursework may be taken in of the internship if a student has relevant and
documented full time employment of at least one year in duration in a justice related agency due to
verifiable personal circumstance or background issues (utsa.edu2).This may be repeated for three
more credit hours. Fifteen semester credit hours of upper division support work, chosen in
consultation with an academic advisor and twenty seven semester credit hours of electives (utsa.edu2).
The length of this degree is a recommended four year
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Comparing the Atkins and South Beach Diets Essay
Comparing the Operations of the Atkins and South Beach Diets
In today s society, an ongoing trend of diets have played a major impact in the nutritional and dieting
markets such as the Atkins and South Beach. Both diets may be considered similar since they were
both designed and intended for dieters to produce similar results of dramatic rapid weight loss within
stages. Though the end result may be similar, the method of achieving the weight loss differs in many
aspects. Both the Atkins and South Beach diets, varies in the choice of foods consumed by the dieter
and the step by step process on how the diet operates. In the Atkins diet, it involves eating foods which
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The South Beach differs with the Atkins in that it allows carbohydrates, especially those high in fiber
like multigrain bread and wild rice. The South Beach diet relies on the glycemic index or GI to
determine good carbohydrates from bad carbohydrates. The glycemic index is a system that ranks
foods by how they affect your levels of blood sugar and insulin. Low GI foods that are less than 55
produce a gradual rise in blood sugar that s easy on the body. Foods between 55 and 70 are
intermediate GI foods. Foods with high GI that is more than 70 would make blood sugar as well as
insulin levels spike fast, which is a major health risk. The glycemic index is important since keeping
insulin levels low is the central principle behind all low carbohydrate diets. So under South Beach,
bad carbohydrates with a high glycemic index like refined flour products, potatoes, pasta, and white
rice are forbidden, while good carbohydrates with a low glycemic index like whole wheat products
and wild rice are permitted. The limitations and choices of carbohydrates, in both the Atkins and the
South Beach, may be one of the main differences, but they also differ in the way the diets are executed
in a step by step process. In the Atkins diet, it requires several stages in order to achieve the intended
goal weight reduction. There are four phases within the diet. The first phase is known as the induction
phase, where dieters are urged to be on a low carbohydrate and a
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The Problem Of Medical Errors
Medical error is a major problem that take place in the healthcare system in today s society. Medical
errors in hospitals are the third main cause of death in United States killing 44,000 people per year due
to medical errors. Studies show that poor communication in medical fields has cost up to 1.7 billion
dollars. Miscommunication is the core for this error, failure to clear communication can guide to
serious complication, such as serious problems for patients and deaths. This Mistakes usually happen
when there is a miscommunication between the nurses and the doctors or between patients and
experts. The three common errors, which take place in the medical system are, miscommunication
about patient condition between the doctors and nurses, Shift change between workers or transferring
of patients to a different hospital and the third one is lack of enough practice and somehow negligence.
It is important to understand the condition of a patient and specifically point out the problems of the
patient. Usually this kind of problem occur due to workload pressure and stress. It also emerges due to
failure of understanding patients problems. According to Nirpuma Shankur on his blog which can be
found on brainblogger.com which he states as follows Nowadays, one doctor manages a very high
caseload and volume; they also have to spend a lot of time on documentation. As a result, they hardly
spend 5 10 minutes one on one time with a patient. Needless to say, the stage is set for
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Assess The Planning For Accreditation
Assess the planning for Accreditation in your chosen facility. Hospitals are on continuous mission for
quality improvement; utilizing new technology, techniques, and research on what works and what
does not, as well as persistently training new personnel and meeting the needs of patients. Still,
hospitals are devoted to quality improvement but follow different courses, which support increasing
observance to treatment etiquette and improve patient outcomes. Hospitals make the most of different
approaches and models of quality improvement, such as the use of Lean, Six Sigma (Johns Hopkins
Medicine, 2008/2016), and the PlanDo Study Act (Ibach, 2009) models for improvement. Usually
quality improvement efforts are a five step process which ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
However, on December 3, 2013 the Joint Commission Resources publicized the release of the The
Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety (Joint Commission Resources, 2016; The
Joint Commission, 2015), which featured an article on how the Johns Hopkins Hospital notably
improved performance on Joint Commission accountability measures. The hospital was recognized by
the Top Performer on Key Quality Measures® program (Keroack et al., 2007) for using evidence
based care processes that are delivered in the right way and at the right time (Joint Commission
Resources, 2013). Conversely, in December 2011, the Johns Hopkins leadership began the initiative
by clarifying and communicating goals, announcing that their target was 96% compliance with eight
Joint Commission accountability measures (The Joint Commission, 2015) and one Delmarva
Foundation core measure (Johns Hopkins Medicine, 2008/2016; Michaels, Sidone, 2014). Clinicians
and quality improvement personnel produced one team for each targeted measure and the organization
s Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality (Armstrong, Laschinger, 2006; Armstrong,
Laschinger, Wong, 2009) personnel supported the work of the teams (Chang et al., 2005; Joint
Commission Resources, 2013). Next, the organization performed a gap study to prioritize
improvement efforts and begin building capability using Lean Sigma
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Industrial Sickness
Industry An industry (from Latin industries, diligent, and industrious ) is the manufacturing of a good
or service within a category The key industrial economic sectors are:The primary sector, largely raw
material extraction industries such as mining and farming; The secondary sector, involving refining,
construction, and manufacturing; The tertiary sector, which deals with services (such as law and
medicine) and distribution of manufactured goods; Sickness:Constituting an unhealthy environment
for those working Industrial Sickness Introduction Definition of a sick unit is given by Sick Industrial
companies act, 1985. According to the act The sick industrial company is a company which has at the
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This arises due to credit restrains policy, delay in disbursement of loan by govt., unfavorable
investments, fear of nationalization. REASONS FOR SICKNESS IN SSI s Production Related
Reasons: Faulty Product Mix Acklog of Production Poor Quality of end product Delayed delivery
schedule Financial Reasons: Low Profitability Low fund generation Poor liquidity Step Cost structure
Lack of financial resources Lack of credit facility Faulty credit utilization Low share value Market
Reasons: Poor marketing strategy Imbalance between production marketing Wild market shifts Lack
of awareness of consumer s preferences Lack of specific market segmentation Poor distribution
network Poor market performance Signals of sickness The following actions of the unit indicate that
the unit is sick or going to be sick: Continuous irregularity in cash credit accounts ; Low capacity
utilization; profit fluctuations, downward sales and fall in profits followed by contraction in the share
market; Failure to pay statutory liabilities; Larger and longer outstanding in the bills accounts; Non
submission of periodical financial data /stock statement etc. in time; financing capital expenditure out
of funds provided for working capital purposes; Rapid turn over of key personnel; Existence of large
no. of law suits
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Parental Figures In The Power Of One By Bryce Courtenay
Parental figures tend to shape children into the individuals they become later in life. In The Power of
One by Bryce Courtenay, Peekay lacks the traditional parental figure that most people have, and
instead crosses paths with many significant people over the course of the book. This puts Peekay at an
advantage because he is able to see the world through different perspectives, the perspectives of those
who mentored him. He learns from people of all walks of life, which leads to him being unbiased and
open minded. Peekay also is at an advantage because he has to learn to think for himself. His mentors
help him with this, but the lack of a true parent forces him to learn this skill early on and master it by
time is was older. Finally, each of Peekay s mentors have something different to offer, a different key
piece of advice, that give him a set of morals to live by. In the Power of One, the lack of the traditional
parental figure helps further Peekay s maturity and helps him to attain his own power of one. Peekay
is mentored by a variety of people throughout the book, all who come from different backgrounds and
who have different life experiences. Over the course of the book, Peekay is mentored by a mixed
prisoner, a professional boxer, and an old German professor. None of these people have anything in
common except for their love and concern for Peekay, and Peekay respects all of them because that is
what Geel Piet teaches him when he first begins to coach him. If they
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Plot Summary of Remember the Titans Essays
Remember the Titans is a film from 2000 displaying a true story of a racially divided football team
from the 1970s. The movie highlights the relationships of the black and white people, and how they
learned to interact with each other in a time when this was not the way of life. It brings up a number of
questions throughout, of what is right and what is wrong, and really challenges the characters, making
it a very interesting movie to watch. I have seen this movie many times, and each time I feel like I get
something new out of it. It is a movie that can be used as a teaching tool, it does a great job of
interpreting not only what was happening in the United States of America at that time, but social
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The text explains that, They may label each other as enemies, view their own group as morally
superior, draw the boundaries between themselves and their opponents more firmly, and, under
extreme conditions, may come to see the opposing group as not even human (Baron Branscombe,
2012). I would not say that the characters in the movie took this idea as far as the text explains, but
there were many examples of this happening. The first example would be between the coaches. Coach
Boone was given Coach Yoast s coaching position, and offers him an assistant position for the team.
Coach Yoast accepts the position, only for his players, but ensuring that his old assistant gets a job as
well. Now that the teams have integrated, there really is not enough room for all the coaches, and it
seems like each group is looking out for their own. Coach Boone also has his assistant working with
him, so now this makes four different coaches for T.C. William s football team. With all of this
happening the two white coaches and the two black coaches are not 100% getting along. They do not
agree with one another s ideas and have clear prejudices about one another, displaying the realistic
conflict theory. They all want to be doing the same thing but there were not enough spots, so they
think negatively of each other and often butt heads. This same idea moves onto the players. Each
player, black and white, had their spot on their old team where they were
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Analysis Of Shakespeare s The Winter s Tale
Though the idea that women should be subservient is pervasive in Renaissance literature, Shakespeare
challenges this concept in The Winter s Tale by providing evidence to the contrary.
His female characters are able to gain power using different techniques according to their situations.
However, these methods vary greatly between the court of the shepherd in Bohemia and Leontes court
in Sicilia. While women in the royal court gain influence through their use of effective rhetoric,
Shakespeare describes that Perdita s power in the shepherd s court stems mostly from her beauty.
From this juxtaposition, Shakespeare claims that women in a lower class setting are empowered by
their appearance while women in an upper class setting use language to affect change. Furthermore,
Shakespeare also expresses his contention that men believe in an opposite system of empowerment
according to their social class. He argues that gentlemen associate power with appearance and view
rhetoric as unimportant while lower class men put more emphasis on language as a means of
empowerment. Overall, Shakespeare provides an argument that women are empowered through
different methods depending on their socioeconomic standing. Conversely, Shakespeare also expresses
the notion that men do not follow the same pattern as women.
Shakespeare conveys his belief that women gain influence in the royal court through the use of
language by displaying Paulina s ability to control men using her speech. After Hermione
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Narrative Essay On Bullfrog
Nearly every kid at some point in their childhood has had a certain toy or item they would do anything
to have. That one item consumes every thought in that kid s mind and if that kid was like me, they will
not stop trying until they have it in their possession. During part of my first grade year, this one item
was the bullfrog Webkinz. Why a bullfrog you may ask? That was the one my brother was asking for
on his birthday in a few weeks and I was up for any possible way I could beat him or compete with
him, no matter what it was. Nearly all of my friends and classmates already had multiple Webkinz and
I didn t have a single one.
Now it came to the hard part: how I was going to get it. I had already begged and pleaded for it from
my parents to the point I annoyed them so much i m pretty sure my mom wanted to scratch her eyes
out every time I spoke a word about that Webkinz. She even refused to let me go to the store with her,
knowing I would quickly escape to the Webkinz rack and I would glue my feet there until she
practically had to drag me out the doors. She then proceeded to tell me that the only way I was going
to own it was if I saved up my money and that doing so was a good lesson for when I was older . ...
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Practically the only time I got money was my birthday and Christmas and I was a very impulsive kid,
I definitely did not save any of it. I earned a couple dollars from a lemonade stand where the only
customers were my parents and the lady that lived next door whom we pressured into getting a cup.
My solution finally fell into place the following weekend when we went to the park in downtown
Plymouth for some kind of concert. After setting up all of our chairs, I left the group to go throw a
coin into the massive, prodigious fountain which has always been my favorite feature of the park. My
wish before casting it into the water was pretty predictable: I wished for the Webkinz of
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Ah Q Imperialism
In his novel The True Story of Ah Q , Lu Xun (1921) mainly describes a tragic man called Ah Q, a
homeless man who is always doing different part time jobs living a remote village called Weichuang
in early 20th century China. Lu Xun(1881 1936), whose real name is Zhou Shuren is a famous modern
litterateur and thinker. When he was young, he went Japan to study medicine to save the patient during
the war time. During his study in China, he realized that to be a doctor just can cure people, however,
cannot save the people from the pain of the life. Therefore, he gave up his medical study and became a
writer to use his articles to arouse Chinese to protect their country, and against the feudalism and
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This phrase is full of his sigh, pity and woe. At the same time, the novel is full of criticism of the
national nature of Chinese people.
The novel and the actually history showed a series of realistic issues at that time. Firstly, early 20th
century s China was under the oppression of imperialism, and people were lived in a tough
environment. Secondly, people s ignorance rooted in his lack of education. If people generally had
been educated, the idea of revolution would be much easier and quicker to spread. Thirdly, the failures
of the revolution not only because of board masses, even some of the revolutionaries were hollow
hearted, or did not understand the significance of revolution.
Xinhai revolution and publish of The True Story of Ah Q has past above 100 years. Nowadays China
has a incredible development, and Chinese have a finally success. Many people also have Ah Q s
psychological victory. How to keep self awareness is becoming a topic of worth thinking about. At the
same time, a lot of people of ruling class look like Old Grandpa Zhao, they are against the original
intention and core value Serving the people
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Why Did Federation Occur In Australia In The 19th Century
In the mid 1800 s, Australia was divided into six relatively independent British colonies which, despite
similar cultural beliefs and backgrounds, all acted as separate countries. Each colony had established
its own legal system (though the Monarch was the head of state for each colony) which had evolved
from and was heavily influenced by the British system. When the First Fleet arrived at Sydney Cove
in 1788, they brought with them English law which was implemented in early settler times. This
action in conjecture with the British background of the colonies led to early Australian law closely
mimicking that of Mother England.
Reasons For Federation
In the latter half of the 19th century, momentum for the colonies to federate into a single nation
increased. There were a significant number of reasons in favour of federating, though there were six
main areas which ultimately led to the decision to federate:
Defence
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Went on to become Australia s first prime minister.
Charles Kingston The South Australian Premier whom was a strong supporter of federation and a
radical liberal.
The conference ended up agreeing to follow the American model of law and the first draft of the
Constitution that was prepared was very similar to the final result.
The Second National Australasian Convention was held in March 1897. Adelaide hosted the first
session of the convention during March and April in SA s Parliament. During the convention the
Constitution draft from 1891 was further developed though Queensland did not attend the convention,
due to it failing to pass the legislature needed to send delegates. There were second and third sessions
of the Second National Australasian Convention held in Sydney and Melbourne respectively, before
the Constitution finished drafting in March
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Aggregate Demand In America
Weak aggregate demand and rising costs due to still high energy and food prices put the US economy
in a tricky situation, one in which the Federal Reserve is forced to make the tough decision between
tackling the unemployment problem (jobless rates have risen to 5.7%) or the inflation problem (price
levels have also risen 5.7% this year, the highest inflation in 17 years). Rising prices and rising
joblessness are both harmful to the economy, but when energy and food prices drive up the price level,
while week investment and consumer spending lead to falling overall demand in the economy, the
conditions exist where joblessness and prices can rise simultaneously. This is America s situation at
present. In the short run, however, the decline
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Womens Rights Movement Of The 1960 s
Introduction
Attention getter
Who would have known that one little pill could mean so much to women s independence? That little
pill was birth control something a lot of us today take for granted, something any woman can get from
a free clinic.The time where women were expected to be housewives changed, a revolution happened
that would grant women rights that they never had before.
Central Idea
The women s movement of the 1960 s sought significant improvement in legal economic and political
rights.
Credibility
I am from a country where women do not have as many freedoms as the women in America do. There
women are still expected to marry and become housewives they are often discouraged to further their
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They were also prevented from moving higher in the workplace and even outright not allowed to work
in certain positions. In an article titled The Women s Rights Movement, by American Social Reform
Movements Reference Library website, published in 2007 stated Even highly educated women were
denied good jobs in business or government service because employers felt that women would not
perform adequately or simply did not belong in such professions.
B.There was no protection from sexual harassment for women, they were also were not able to
advance higher in the workplace.
signpost: Now that we know what life was like for women in the 1950s, let s start talking about how
the women got their rights today. II. The actions that women took to group together and fight in order
to get their voices heard.
1.Women with a common purpose began grouping together to make changes to the way they live, and
make their voices heard to fellow women.
A.In her article titled 1960s Feminist Activities, featured on ThoughtCo website, published Mar. 1,
2017, Linda Napikoski, stated Woman organizing groups Feminist consciousness raising groups, or
CR groups, began in the 1960s in New York and Chicago and quickly spread across the United States
2.Women began protesting attending rallies, hearings, marches, sit ins, for equal pay birth control and
sexism.
A.Womens abortion speakout was organized in New York City, where women spoke about illegal
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The Construction Industry Has Developed A Reputation For...
Ethics Paper Over the years the construction industry has developed a reputation for shady deals and
untrustworthiness. Contractors specifically are the root cause of the mistrust between the industry and
the public. When it comes to the relationships between contractors and subcontractors though there is
still a mistrust even though both sides share the same unfavorable reputation. Often times contractors
bully subcontractors into signing contracts that put them in very unfavorable positions. And after that
subcontractors bully sub subcontractors into signing equally unfavorable sub contracts. However, not
all contracts are terrible, what makes them so one sided are specific clauses that are inserted in an
attempt to transfer responsibilities from the contractor to the sub and sub subcontractors. Conditional
payment and oversight responsibility are a couple of the types of clauses that attempt to do such work.
Another clause in construction contracts attempts to protect the contractor and owner from each other
with regard to change orders, it is included to force each party to put changes into writing. For the
most part, no set of plans is perfect so inevitably changes must be made. So contractors and owners
find themselves in yet another situation where both sides have the opportunity to be as unsavory as
they can be. As the industry progresses into the future, many additional contract clauses will pop up.
They will attempt to shift more responsibility and blame off the
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Analysis Of Jonas Salk And The Conquest Of Polio
Section One: Critical Summary over Splendid Solution: Jonas Salk and the Conquest of Polio: Jeffrey
Kluger is a number one New York Times bestseller for his coauthoring of Apollo 13, but Splendid
Solution: Jonas Salk and the Conquest of Polio, much like the name suggests, is the story of Jonas
Salk and his great contribution to society with the polio vaccine. Kluger walks through Jonas Salk s
life starting with his father and mother, what they did, how they lived, and where they were from.
Kluger transitions into Salk s childhood and his serious nature. Kluger states: Salk was...a serious boy,
troubled by sometimes curious things. Rules seemed to grate him the most. Not that he didn t expect a
good rule when he came across one. (25). Kluger flows well into talking about Salk s education, Salk
meeting his wife, them getting married, and all places that Salk worked in the different aspects of his
life. Kluger does add bits and pieces of Basil O Conner s and Franklin Delano Roosevelt s lives, in
relation to polio and Jonas Salk s life at that point in his career. Kluger goes into some detail about
Salk s creation of the influenza vaccine, but his main focus was on the polio vaccine. Salk used some
of the techniques he learned from creating the flu vaccine and applied them to the polio vaccine. Some
of those techniques worked, while others did not. Kluger goes into a lot of detail into Salk getting
started working on the polio vaccine and who funded his research. There was
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Art Therapy Research Paper
Therapeutic Relationship with an Adolescent Population
In the field of mental health, therapists face to work with diverse populations. To provide a superior
quality of therapy and elicit positive results, establishing a relationship with a client should be the
priority. An adolescent population might be the one that is difficult to build a relationship and thus
might be a challenge for beginner therapists. Artistic activities in a therapy session can help adolescent
clients open their minds up to a therapist and build a therapeutic relationship. In this paper, I will
explore a therapeutic relationship with an adolescent population in art therapy.
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The treatment relationship is the crucial factor of therapy, which is invisible but exists; it is expressed
on paper in an abstract form. During the initial phase of art therapy, there might be various feelings in
transference and countertransference, which could be hostile or amicable. Each adolescent is different
in their personalities and attitudes. Although there is an individual difference in accepting therapist s
care, the role of art therapist is constant. I put various colors of ___ to express each adolescent and a
silver color of ___ for a therapist s energy. The art media for the background is watercolor; watercolor
is difficult in controlling the amount of water and paints and requires an intense attention to
maintaining clear color expression. The process dealing with this art material conveys a metaphor that
an effort of a therapist towards adolescent clients who is resistant and uncooperative. The art material
is difficult to handle and takes time, but is possible to create vibrant expression. Adolescents also can
be changed and brilliant by a therapist. Between two colors, there are vague boundaries, which means
that it brings mutual influence between two people. Two different colors meet and then smear each
other. The red color in the center symbolizes an adolescent who is supported by a therapist, the blue
color. The blue surrounds the red and provides a safe place to express oneself. The red is gradually
smeared by the blue while it emits its energy at the safe place thereby becoming smoother. The blue
also is influenced by red. The gradation between two colors indicates that the treatment relationship is
not a unilateral relationship. The very different two people meet, and they influence each other. My
artwork shows that the clashing colors can be harmonious; the appropriate treatment relationship
would
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Influence Of Globalisation On Western Culture
Globalisation is the process of interaction and integration among people, companies and governments
of different nations . This subsequent process has led to the erosion of cultural diversity and language,
whereby Western culture and ideals have extinguished other beliefs and practices, ingraining the idea
that western is best and other ways of living are immoral or unethical. This wide scale homogenisation
has allowed extremist groups such as ISIS to take advantage of the impressionable or naïve, as well as
encouraging hazardous global ties and bigotry within the global community.
Due to the globalised world we live in, western culture and ideals have begun to erode and
homogenise cultural diversity and language. Applications such as Emoji have allowed people from
vast corners of the word to communicate, despite not sharing a common language. Although this
seems as it is a positive thing, it wasn t until last year when Apple introduced cultural diversity (such
as the inclusion of a spectrum of skin colours, and cultural symbols). This is immensely detrimental to
those who are not represented, as it inadvertently shows them that who they are and what they believe
is not as important or valued in the western world. But even with this new apparent cultural
acceptance, Apple has shown with Emoji s, that western ideals are still very much interlaced in the
application. In the travel and places section, the only non western landmark pictured is a singular
mosque. This
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The Ability For An Educator
The ability for an educator to produce a safe learning environment should not take years of chaos and
turmoil to find solutions to behavior problems in the classroom. The availability of researched based
information found on the internet is only seconds away. Professional learning communities are
available to assist in such matters, yet persistent discipline problems end careers for many young
teachers. Polat, Kaya, and Akdag (2013) stated teachers new to the education system leave the
profession within their first three years of employment. What can be done to stop the outflow of
educators leaving the field as the inflow of students continues to increase? Educators must be
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I believe the improvement of my students is attributed to the improvement of my skills in the above
mentioned areas of classroom management.
Even though improvement has been made, there is still more work to be done. Two areas that need
improvement deal with peer mediation techniques and forming successful partnerships with parents.
The first seldom happens and the latter happens with less frequency I had hoped for in finding support
for student learning and behavior. One example where peer mediation would be effective is conflict
between students arising from something done or said to them. For instance, a child approached me to
say someone hit them when in fact the other child was trying to remove a bug off the accusers back.
This misunderstanding or miscommunication consumes time away from instruction and does not
empower children to solve conflicts correctly on their own. Another area I want to focus on is
establishing more partnerships with parents. Even though I did establish a handful of partnerships by e
mailing parents activity pictures of their child throughout the year, I feel much more can be
accomplished. The quality of such a relationship as reported by Gurland and Evangelista (2015)
predicts the outcome of future achievements. Thus, the following are SMART goals created to
strengthen the areas pertaining to peer mediation and parent relationships. By September 5, 2016,
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The Watergate Of The White House
Richard Nixon s six year stint in the White House is and was reviewed as a pivotal and influential time
period in various aspects of American infrastructure. Nixon had come into office after the consistent
twenty year dominance of presidential politics by a left winged Democratic coalition. America coming
out of conflicts across the globe was universally known as a global police force which was notorious
for large scale pre 21st century military conflict. When Nixon resigned, (The first United States
president to do so) a conservative Republican regime was born that would in turn dominate the next
twenty years of presidential politics. The post Nixon Republican Party was known for delivering aid
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Such distinction is understood by a transitional politician. His tendency and philosophy toward his
foreign and domestic policy were mirror images in regards to their intent. Conservative, but
understandably so as the late sixties going into the seventies was the descent of liberalism s early to
mid century dominance. His right wing conservative system, could not be established without first
deconstructing FDR s liberal construct. During his Presidency it was noted that Nixon was only as
conservative as he could be and only as liberal as he had to be (Hughes 1). He was accredited with the
establishment of the Environmental Protection Agency but had also made closed door comments about
how if he had not done so, the Democratic Congress would have forced more liberal laws and
legislation into his term. Nixon was at times a hypocritical president especially in times that it was
beneficial to him. Nixon was a president that ideologically could have opposed restriction on
compensation and prices and stayed true to the beliefs in a private setting, while using them during his
election year to appeal to specific organizations. Yet this political/tactical malleability should not
conceal his steadfast political purpose. His simple yet successful endgame was as such; move the
country to the right. The Nixon administration signaled the end of
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Creatine Use Must be Banned Essay
Athletes are always searching for ways to enhance their performance. Recently, beginning in the
1950s, that search has included the use of illegal substances like steroids and growth hormones. Illegal
substances have been used widely by athletes in hop es of achieving the desired Olympic gold medal
or multi million dollar contract. Some nations, for example the late East Germany in the 1970s and
1980s, have mandated the use of steroids by their athletes. The downside of using those illegal
substances is that because they are illegal, getting caught using them can lead to losing that coveted
gold medal, a lifetime ban from sports, and a total loss of honor and dignity. This is why the search is
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The transformation of creatine into energy occurs within the first few seconds of exertion. Creatine
supplements are artificially made creatine that can be taken by athletes as ergogens, substances that
can be used by athletes to enhance performance. Artificially made creatine is available as powder,
capsules, candy, and gum. The goal of creatine supplementation is to increase the energy in the
muscles so that athletes can improve their strength, speed, and endurance.
Although creatine is fairly expensive (fifty dollars for a one month supply), the original results of
creatine testing and usage were very positive. Creatine supplementation helps the body by increasing
the amount of creatine in the muscles, thus enabli ng the body to put out more energy more quickly. It
was first discovered in the early 1900s, before creatine supplements were available, that increasing
dietary creatine in turn increases the amount of creatine in the muscles (Jenkins). Supplementation of
creatine in the diet leads to even higher levels of muscular creatine. Research has confirmed this.
Current data indicate that muscle creatine levels increase, on average, 20% after six days of creatine
supplementation at twenty grams per day (Eichne r 76). This increase of creatine in the muscles in turn
increases the body s potential for exertion. Once creatine supplements were tested in humans, those
increases were
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Diamond Food Case Essays
ISSUES IN ACCOUNTING EDUCATION Vol. 30, No. 1 2015 pp. 47 69
American Accounting Association DOI: 10.2308/iace 50948
Diamond Foods, Inc.: Anatomy and Motivations of Earnings Manipulation
Mahendra R. Gujarathi
ABSTRACT: Diamond Foods is America s largest walnut processor specializing in processing,
marketing, and distributing nuts and snack products. This real world case presents financial reporting
issues around the commodities cost shifting strategy used by Diamond s management to falsify
earnings. By delaying the recognition of a portion of the cost of walnuts acquired into later accounting
periods, Diamond Foods materially underreported the cost of sales and overstated earnings in fiscal
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The author thanks Professors Martha Howe, Donna McConville, Ari Yezegel, participants at the 2013
North American Case Research Association Annual Conference, the 2013 American Accounting
Association Northeast Region Annual Meeting, and 2014 American Accounting Association Annual
Meeting for their comments and suggestions on the earlier versions of the case. Comments and
suggestions of the editor, associate editor, and two anonymous reviewers are also gratefully
acknowledged. Supplemental material can be accessed by clicking the links in Appendix A.
Published Online: October 2014
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INTRODUCTION
D
iamond Foods, Inc. (hereafter, Diamond, or the Company), is America s largest walnut processor
specializing in processing, marketing, and distributing nuts and other snack products (Reuters 2012).
Diamond s products are distributed globally in stores where snacks and culinary nuts are sold. Its
major processing and packaging plant is located in California, the state that accounts for virtually the
entire walnut production in the U.S. The Company has approximately 1,700 employees and its stock
trades on the NASDAQ market under the symbol DMND. History: From Walnut Processor to
Innovative Packaged Food Company1
Diamond began in 1912 as a member owned agricultural cooperative association, specializing in
processing, marketing, and distributing culinary, snack, in shell, and ingredient nuts. After almost a
century as a walnut
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Differences And Differences Between Amul And Other...
Differences Between AMUL And Other Cooperatives Following The AMUL Model
The NDDB was created so that it could implement AMUL S Model in other states. Though the main
three tier system is common everywhere there are some differences between them and AMUL which
might be the reason that the other cooperatives have not been as successful as AMUL (Prasad and
Satsangi).
In the other cooperatives the Managing Director is an IAS officer unlike in AMUL s case where the
Managing Director is chosen from amongst the selected representatives chosen by the members. The
negative impact of this is that the IAS officer won t have that level of an attachment that a farmer who
was elected would have. Hence this would surely impact the cooperative adversely.
In other government cooperatives the government has a share in it. Therefore there are government
representatives also on the board of directors other than the Managing Director. These Director s
influence the decisions of the board hugely and in the end it might result in these government directors
taking the decisions and one of the prime principles of a cooperative which is ... Show more content
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Seeing the way AMUL and the other cooperatives have grown I can see the reason why Lal Bahadur
Shashtri wanted the Amul model to be emulated in other states. Having farmers as policy makers of
the cooperate and with some assistance from professionals in running the cooperation was an
incredible idea. By providing technology and a support system to the rural producers, the cooperative
has really increased the standard of living of the people living in rural areas. As rightly said by Kaur in
her research paper, The dairy cooperatives are among those few institutions in India, which still
cherish a strong Cooperative identity, values and purpose. They still boast of idealism good will of
members and
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The Benefitions Of Hard Work In My Life
As a young child, my Mother always would tell me; If you want something work hard for it. It s that
simple. That saying was constantly being stated around the house when my brother or I would want to
achieve a certain goal in school, sports or anything. This saying has transformed me over the years
into the hard worker that I am to this day. Throughout my life coaches, family, and teachers regularly
told me to work hard and give 100% effort no matter what and I will succeed. The characteristic of
hard working and constantly giving outstanding effort describes me as a person immensely because I
consistently strive to achieve my goals. Ever since the age of ten, my Mother told me do chores if I
wanted extra money in order to buy anything my little ten year old heart desired. She composed a
chore list and pinned it to the fridge for me to earn a little money, but only if I did the task the best I
could. Although somehow my Mother can always tell when my brother or I aren t giving our full
potential. How? I am still unsure to this day, but we never wanted the repercussions that came if one
of us got caught slacking. Despite giving 100% effort and completing the chores the best I could for
money seemed great, I happened to have what seemed to be a mile long chore list. Overtime out of all
my chores, I realized that my main income from ages ten to fourteen involved scooping up the dog
poop in our backyard for a dollar per pile. Despite the gross appeal, picked up the dog s poop
happened to become a steady income rapidly. Everyday after school I made sure the yard was spotless
so I could earn my money. As years went on, I stopped getting paid to do household chores and they
quickly became an expectation since I live there. With no longer getting paid to do chores I would
soon have to get a job. Eventually I got a job, it was this past summer, I helped bail hay for my uncle
and helping out on his farm when needed. I made sure I was constantly giving a 100% effort to get
that job done because that s what my Mother taught me to do. Since I was consistently hard working,
he knew he could rely on me. Although a household chore and a real job may seem different, I feel
that I should work hard on any chore or job no
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Comparing the American Presidential System and the...
Comparing the American Presidential System and the Parliamentary System
As at present constituted, the federal government [of the United States of America] lacks strength
because its powers are divided, lacks promptness because its authorities are multiplied, lacks
wieldiness because its processes are roundabout, lacks efficiency because its responsibility is
indistinct and its action is without competent direction. Although this statement, by Woodrow Wilson,
was made in the 1920 s, it can still be argued today on account of the fact that not much has changed
in the way the United States government operates. Still existing in the American way of governing is
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parlance). These ministers are usually not simultaneously members of the legislature, although their
appointment may require the advice and consent of the legislative branch. Because the senior officials
of the executive branch are separately elected of appointed, the presidential political system is
characterized by a separation of powers, wherein the executive and legislative branches are
independent of one another. Presidents have greater control over their cabinet appointees who serve at
the President s pleasure, and who are usually selected for reasons other than the extent of their
congressional support (as in parliamentary systems). The U.S. represents the strongest form of
presidentialism, in the sense that the powers of the executive and legislative branches are separate, and
legislatures (national and state) often have significant powers.
The parliamentary system, unlike the American presidential system, is recognizable by a fusion of
powers between the legislative and executive branches. The Prime Minister, who is the chief
executive, may be elected to the legislature in the same way that all other members are elected. The
Prime Minister is the leader of the party that wins the majority of votes to the legislature either de
facto, or in some cases through an election held by the legislature. The Prime Minister appoints
Cabinet Ministers. However, unlike in the presidential system, these members are typically themselves
legislature
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The Spiritual Persective to the Book of Proverbs is Faith,...
Layman Response to Thomas Mattox
Case Study 2
A Spiritual Perspective
The book of Proverbs Chapter 3, verses 5 6 says: Trust the Lord with all you do. Do not depend on
your own understanding and seek HIS will in all you do. He will make straight your path (NLT). This
verse is evidenced in every aspect of theological virtues. These virtues are infused through divine
grace (Sokolowski, 1995), and are characteristics of human personality that manifest themselves only
through eternal salvation. The three characteristics are Faith, Hope, and Charity. I was quite pleased to
find this discussion had been categorized, and even subcategorized. I tend to follow this type of
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More interestingly is the motivation for that result is different in each case. Where technically each of
the aforementioned theories is based in the philosophy of ethics they are from differing paradigms.
Decisions made on a purely ethical or consequential basis are the ones that produce the most intrinsic
good either to the agent or to the will of the agent (always relative to the agent)
Decisions made on a purely moral basis are ones made to satisfy the categorical imperative Kantism .
The focus is on the act itself, and always doing what is deemed right in a situation (Brown, 2001).
Decisions based on virtues follow the Christian view of ethics, which states that as humans we have a
free will to choose between right and wrong.
In the book titled Aristotle s De Motu Animalium, Text with Translation, Commentary, and
Interpretive Essays , the parallel between Aristotelianism and Aquinas (Nussbaum, 1978) the author
finds:
The most striking example of an attempt to associate Aristotle with moral deductivism has been the
Aristotelianism of Aquinas and the tradition of exegesis descending from it (1978)
While it is the best choice as a Christian, to offer the option for partial order fulfillment of
Scuppernongs, the aid of contract negotiations with other suppliers, or financial accommodations for
any shortcomings until previous levels of Scuppernongs can be obtained, this rejects the
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The Utilization Of Social Media Marketing
This report provides a detailed analysis of the significant similarities and differences between the
utilization of social media between Business to Business (B2B) marketers and Business to Consumer
(B2C) marketers. This analysis is necessary to combat the widely accepted notion that social media
marketing campaigns primarily serve B2C marketing only. To contest this false stereotype, this paper
will justify reasons that B2B social media marketing is not only pertinent, but is also crucial in the
success of companies to establish and maintain relations with customers in modern times.
Additionally, previous research has shown that B2B marketers will use media targeted at professionals
whereas their B2C counterparts tend to utilize more sites targeted to the general public for engaging in
one on one dialogue with their customers. Moreover, B2B professionals tend to use relationship
oriented social media technologies more than B2C professionals for the purpose of prospecting,
handling objections, and after sale follow up. (Moore, Jesse N., Christopher D. Hopkins, and Mary
Anne Raymond) This report will outline directives B2B marketers can take to better understand their
customers and their needs, develop their brand, and efficiently use real time data to gather analytics
and improve relationships. These directives derive from tactics B2C marketers have incorporated in
their social media marketing practices. Specifically, this report will examine Coca Cola s successful
B2C
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Wealth Gap Between Whites And Minorities Essay
Wealth Gap in America America has a lengthy history on how it became the powerful country it is
today, and although its history can be interrupted in many ways (depending who you ask) one thing
that is for certain is that wealth has yet to be distributed equally amongst minorities. According to the
article Income inequality matter; Extreme gap in wealth makes society unstable. Philip Meyer claims
that the wealth gap between whites and minorities has existed since Ronald Reagans term of
presidency (A9). Although Ronald Reagans term ended many years ago the mistakes that caused this
imbalance of wealth (and its aftermath) while he was in office remains almost if not exactly the same
as when the problem initially began (Meyer A9). The wealth gap continues to target minorities and is
affecting our communities at an alarming rate, however, many attempts have been made to reduce its
existence but the factors of income inequality, unemployment rates and discrimination before and after
our recent 2007 recession prevents our country from eliminating such a toxic problem. The wealth gap
is a problem that which the hard working people of America know very little about. Using Ignorance
towards this problem does not cease its existence of it but rather contributes to growth because it s not
being addressed. It s a problem that seems to affect mainly the minorities of the U.S. population, such
as Blacks and Hispanics. However, not everyone is in the dark about this lingering ever
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Persuasive Essay On Safe Driving
Did you know, that sixty six thousand people are using cell phones a day while they are driving (
Distracted... )? Driving safely is important because, parents, guardians, friends and other family
members, dread the call from someone saying that their kid. Safe driving save people s lives. If there
is a person who does not follow the rules of the road while driving, maybe someone should tell them
to do all of their distractions before starting the car or just wait till you arrive at the destination you are
going. The rules of the road need to be enforced, especially when it comes to seat belts, drinking and
driving, cell phones, and other various distracting aspects.
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By the same token, 71 percent of respondents believe that drinking and driving is more dangerous than
distracted driving (Harvey). Drinking can make people react slower and make it hard for people to see
straight. If a person has to pull over and they are drinking and driving, and they are smaller sized
people they will be way more intoxicated than a heavier person, because heavier people can dilute
alcohol faster. However, if a person is drinking and driving and if the police catch them, they have to
use the breathalyzer and if they blow a 0.8 or more they will be taken to jail. If someone is caught
drinking and driving they will receive a DUI (Driving under the influence) and they may have their
licenses suspended. Therefore, if someone is drinking at a friends house they either need to wait to go
home until they are sober or they need to call someone that is not drinking and or they just need to
stay where they are so they do not risk their life or someone else s. Meanwhile, sometimes instead of
doing the breathalyzer, the officers might make them do a blood test, urine test. However, the officers
that pulled them over may make them walk the line to see if they can walk straight (White 23). In
conclusion, drinking and driving is not worth someone s
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Against Restraining Orders
Legally speaking, a restraining order works in one direction. If you file a restraining order against
someone, they are not allowed to contact you, or be in a certain distance of you. You on the other
hand, can freely contact them without violating the restraining order. While you can legally contact
them, it is highly advised not to unless absolutely necessary. Restraining orders are put in place for a
reason, and contacting the person you have filed one against may throw suspicion on your motives.
Enough contact and the one you filed a restraining order against can go to court to get the restraining
order terminated. If you are on the other end of the restraining order, having one filed against you,
then make sure you understand what all
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Social Welfare Policy Of America
Social welfare policy that is seen throughout America today has roots that are hundreds of years old.
The modern policy in America has been based on five fundamental traditions that were brought from
Britain when they colonized North America. Those five traditions are Calvinism, Localism,
controlling the mobility of the workforce, reliance on poor houses and work houses, and less
eligibility. These traditions will be defined and then connected to the influence they have had on the
modern American social policy.
Calvinism is the first social policy tradition that the British brought to America with them. The idea of
Calvinism allowed the poor to be understood per their character. When working hard and prospering
an individual was destined to be rich; however, if an individual was poor and suffering that was what
they were destined to be. Calvinism brought light to the idea that an individual s station could be
improved if they were hard working and had the capability to save money. While the social mobility
was suggested, Calvinism also looked at poverty in a way that had to with the poor individual s moral
failings as the cause of the poverty that the individual experienced (Blau Abramovitz, 2014).
In modern social welfare policy, Calvinism can be seen during President Reagan s time in office. He
saw those that failed and were relying on social welfare programs as getting what they deserve.
During his time in office, he condemned most of the social welfare programs,
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Erik Erikson Essay example
Erik Homberger Erikson was born in 1902 near Frankfort, Germany to Danish parents. Erik studied
art and a variety of languages during his school years, rather than science courses such as biology and
chemistry. He did not prefer the atmosphere that formal schooling produced so instead of going to
college he traveled around Europe, keeping a diary of his experiences. After a year of doing this, he
returned to Germany and enrolled in art school. After several years, Erickson began to teach art and
other subjects to children of Americans who had come to Vienna for Freudian training. He was then
admitted into the Vienna Psychoanalytic Institute. In 1933 he came to the U.S. and became Boston s
first child analyst and obtained a position ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Erikson s main contribution was to bridge the gap between the theories of psychoanalysis on the
problems of human development, which emphasize private emotions, and the broader social
influences that bear upon the individual. He was a strong proponent of the concept that social
environment plays a major role in the development of personality. Going beyond the of a child s early
life, Erikson concentrated on broader issues of peer culture, school environment, and cultural values
and ideals. This led him to study the period of adolescence, in which he documented the interaction of
a person s inner feelings and impulses with the world that surrounds the person. Erikson developed
eight stages of human development. Briefly I would describe all eight my I will concentrate on stages
five and six which are adolescence and young adulthood. Myer describes the stages in the following
manner. Stage one occurs during the first year This stage is called infancy (trust vs. mistrust) during
this stage if needs are dependably met, infants develop a sense of basic trust. The second stage is
called the toddler stage (autonomy vs. shame and doubt). This stage occurs while the baby is two
years old, in this stage toddlers learn to exercise will do things for themselves, or they doubt their
abilities. The third stage is called the preschooler between the ages of three and five (initiative vs.
guilt). During this stage preschoolers learn to initiate
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Vatican Influence On American Culture
In the articles they talked about the Vatican Synod and how it was not like any Vatican Synod before.
In the Vatican Synod the bishops voted a ⅔ majority on how people who were divorced can marry
again in the church. After, the article talked about how this votes might ve been rigged for
predetermined results. In the Vatican Synod, they also talked about a more merciful church for
divorced people. For example, they had said that the church will provide spiritual help for those that
were married then divorced and may soon be allowed to be welcomed back into the church. Also,
there was a different setup than previous years in the Vatican Synod. For example, in years before the
Synod was already planned out where all the changes and documents were already made. That s not
all that the Synod talked about, but we will discuss the other discussions and my opinions in this next
paragraph. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
In the Vatican Synod, the bishops talked about same sex marriage and homosexuality. In my opinion,
this was not a good topic to talk about because the US recently passed a law about same sex marriage
which would make us look bad. Pope Francis also changed the layout of the Vatican Synod to be
different than prior years. For example, in years before this the Vatican Synod was just a discussion of
what they changed, but this year they discussed and voted on laws for the church. In my opinion this
was a good idea so Pope Francis would know why certain people voted for something and try to find
out what affected their decisions. In the Vatican Synod, Pope Francis changed very important laws for
the church. For example, he changed how you can be welcomed back into the church if you were
divorced. This is surprising to me because that is a topic that is usually never brought up at the Vatican
Synod. That is report on my opinion on the Vatican Synod and what Pope Francis did to it this
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Roller Coaster Ride
My friend and I have been just about to drop on a roller coaster nervous, hands in the air, then all of
the... It was a day of excitement waiting to get in, It time! My friend said as we darted running with
laughter. As we were running like no other we spot our first ride well it was not a ride, but a maze as
we were trying to find the end we got lots, Go over here my friend says I do not think that we... I said
as mine friend ran into the wall that seem invisible. As we got to the end that seemed impossible to get
through, but we made it as we were laughing saying where should we go next. As we rode rides
having the time of our life we notice that we got hungry as we walk, we seem that the two rides that
we wanted to try were closed
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Annotated Bibliography On Video Games
Annotated Bibliography I decided to research the negative effect video games have on people.Video
games, especially violent ones, have become increasingly popular over the last several years. Kids will
sit in front of a television for hours straight playing the same game. In these games, they kill humans,
zombie, animals, and more. I ve always wonder what effect these violent games have on people.
Staring at these aggressive video games for so long can t be a good thing. Kids find video games so
addictive; they can t put them down. This is why I decided to research this topic. To find out the
different ways these games can affect people.
Once I started researching this topic, I found out that video games can affect people s moods making
them more aggressive and irritable. People become obsessed with video games and often withdraw
from normal life (work, school, and family). They can acquire social anxiety or depression from the
lack of daily socialization. Some people become very unproductive and only care about their game. It
s like the video game takes over people s lives.
I found articles, books, and reports relating to my topic that each gave me more information on the
topic. All of them included facts backing up their ideas and many stated the same ideas. I found these
sources by using a database, that way I knew they were reliable. The most useful sources were the
books. They provides the most information while staying unbiased. These sources make me think
about
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Go About Preparing For A Writing Assignment
1. How do you typically go about preparing for a writing assignment? Describe the steps you take,
including rereading the assignment, asking questions about it, talking to instructors or friends, jotting
down ideas, gathering information, and so on. How far in advance of the due date do you usually
begin working on the assignment?
Typically, I look at the assignment as soon as I can before the due date in order to begin the
brainstorming process. This could be three months or two days prior to the due date, depending on the
situation. The early brainstorming process creates a general path for my writing process. When I am
ready to begin the writing process, I ask myself what the purpose of the assignment is and what point I
am trying to make. I then begin researching the topic by using mostly online resources, however,
books and interviews are sometimes required. After enough information is found for my assignment, I
begin writing the assignment.
2. When and where do your best ideas come to you?
My best ideas come to me when I am either relaxed in the shower or in the middle of an intense
exercise routine. Although they are extreme opposites, they are some of the only times that I am
completely withdrawn from the outside world.
3. Where do you usually do your writing? Describe this place. Is it a good place to write? Why, or why
not?
I currently live with my sister s family and have one room in there house. I usually do my writing in
my room with the door
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Essay Richard Nixon and the Watergate Scandal
June 17th, 1972 would be a day America would never forget it was the start of one of the largest
scandals in our government. Richard Nixon was president of the United States and the people trusted
him. However this trust would be betrayed, as he got involved in something now known as the
Watergate Scandal. This was an interesting time in history because it was a large cover up by the
Republican Party. Also, how different people reacted to this event was fascinating because some
people were so blind to the truth, that they stuck behind Nixon even once tapes and other credible
evidence against him was produced. In this paper I will describe the events of Watergate and the
publics opinion and reactions to this lengthy Scandal that corrupted ... Show more content on
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Mr. Hunt has disappeared.1 The connection between Nixon and the scandal was undeniable, as the
investigations continued to happen more and more information was revealed, and the tie between the
burglary and the Republican Party grew. The five men who had been arrested had been found with
bugging and eavesdropping devices, different types of cameras and around $5,000 dollars all in big
bills. The money has now been traced. It turns out to be part of $114,000 which found its way from the
Nixon headquarters to the Miami bank account of Bernard L. Barker, one of the five men arrested at
the Watergate.1 Journalists were writing up a storm during this time, finding more and more ways to
peg this on the Republican Party and Nixon, making them have no way out besides admitting they
were guilty. Despite denying that they had no way of knowing how that money got to Mr. Barker, the
people had no other choice then to believe them guilty, stirring up more problems for Nixon s
committee. From reading the articles that were published in the newspapers during this time, it seems
as though that the people were captivated by what was happening and disgusted with the outright
denial that the Republican Party lawyers and spokesmen were sticking too. It is now clear that
Republican denials of responsibility for the sinister Watergate espionage case issued from the White
house down
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Genetic And Congenital Birth Disorder Case Study
Genetic and Congenital Disorders Case Study
Emily Lesniak, Student
Cleveland State University
Genetic and Congenital Disorders Case Study
A nurse is working in an obstetric department and caring for women immediately after delivery. Her
patient has recently delivered an infant who was diagnosed with Down syndrome or trisomy 21. While
doing her morning care, the mother was very upset and asked for more information on what that
diagnosis means for her child.
Down syndrome is a congenital birth defect, meaning that it can be seen at the time of birth.
Case Study Question 1
Trisomy 21 is an aneuploidy congenital disorder. This means that the cell had an abnormal number of
chromosomes. Normally, humans have 46 chromosomes, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Maternal age seems to be the biggest correlation between babies having the disorder. Once you know
you are pregnant there is nothing you can do to prevent the baby from getting the disorder.
Conclusion
There is nothing you can really do to prevent a child from getting Trisomy 21, besides encouraging
women to have children at an earlier age. When the body ages the women s eggs also age causing
problems with meiosis within the egg. This being said, no mother should feel guilty about her child
getting the disorder.
References
Allen, E. G., Freeman, S. B., Druschel, C., Hobbs, C. A., O Leary, L. A., Romitti, P. A., Herman, S. L.
(2008, December 03). Maternal age and risk for trisomy 21 assessed by the origin of chromosome
nondisjunction: A report from the Atlanta and National Down Syndrome Projects. Retrieved from
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2833410/
Huether, S. E., McCance, K. L. (2013). Understanding Pathophysiology. Saint Louis: Elsevier Health
Sciences.
National Down Syndrome Society. Understanding a Diagnosis of Down Syndrome. (n.d.). Retrieved
from
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Bill Gates Research Paper
Bill Gates has always had an easy childhood. Ever since he was young, he had always had a love for
electronics. Bill Gates was born on October 28, 1955 and always had a vision for programming at a
young age. At the age of 12, he was exposed to computers. Gates and his friends on some days would
skip class to use the computers. If the mothers of Lakeside didn t use the money towards computers,
Gates today would not have been exposed to computers and to the creating of Microsoft. To begin
with, Gates had always been a smart man. In a 1983 edition of People Magazine, it said Gates to
software is what Edison was to the light bulb. During high school at Lakeside School, Gates first
successful program let him change his schedule and put him in ... Show more content on
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With many problems going on around the world, their goal is to find solutions for people who are in
urgent need for care or assistance. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation began in 1997, when Gates
sent a newspaper clipping about suffering in countries that are in need to help to his father, William H.
Gates, saying Dad, maybe we can do something about this. Gates has a golden rule that he tries to live
by The golden rule that all lives have equal value and we should treat people as we would like to be
treated. As of December 2015, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has given away $39.6 billion
dollars. The money goes towards education, medical research, and to agriculture development. Since
1990, over 122 million lives of children have been saved. All these numbers prove that what Bill and
Melinda are doing for the world is working and is changing the world in many ways. The Bill and
Melinda Gates Foundation has changed the world in many amazing ways. The couple vows to give
away 95% of their fortune before they die. They are not just doing this for attention, they truly believe
in the cause. Their magic number is zero, the foundation wants to go out of business, meaning they
have achieved their goal. Zero diseases, zero malnourished children, and zero preventable deaths.
Every year the infant mortality rate decreases, getting closer to their goal of zero. With
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Advantages And Disadvantages Of Grid Computing
This paper gives an overview about Grid Computing and the various key issues related to that.Today
we are in the Internet world and everyone prefers to get fast access to the Internet. The growth of the
internet with various resources and high speed networks changes the society enormously. We can
improve the speed of the computer using Grid. This paper presents clearly the vision of the grid
computing and the architecture of grid computing.The advantages and the disadvantages of the grid
computing has also been discussed.
1.Introduction
The grid vision is the computational power such as resources, power, data are readily available as
electric power1.Grid allows the user to use these resources efficiently and securely. Grid computing is
an ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The main services provided through utility grids are software and special equipments. For instance,
the applications can be run on one machine and all the users can send their data to be processed to that
machine and receive the result back.Grid Computing will not come in reality unless it provides a core
of services ,reliability and enough usability1.
III. Advantages and Disadvantages
There is no need to have large number of SMP servers. It efficiently uses the idle resources. If there is
any failure in one grid ,the grid environment automatically uses the other resources. Easy to scalable.
Jobs can be executed in parallel and increase the speed of the computation. Grid computing consists of
some disadvantages too. Some applications need to be modified in order to use this application in grid
computing. The applications which are not designed to use an MPI (Message Passing Interface) will
have to revert to an SMP (Symmetric Multi Processing). Grid computing requires an advanced
infrastructure like small servers, fast connections between the servers and the use of quality tools,
software and skilled technicians to manage the grid.This grid computing is also costly and security
issues also need to be
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  • 1. Calaméo - Sentence In Your Essay Rephraser - Produc 1. Step To get started, you must first create an account on site HelpWriting.net. The registration process is quick and simple, taking just a few moments. During this process, you will need to provide a password and a valid email address. 2. Step In order to create a "Write My Paper For Me" request, simply complete the 10-minute order form. Provide the necessary instructions, preferred sources, and deadline. If you want the writer to imitate your writing style, attach a sample of your previous work. 3. Step When seeking assignment writing help from HelpWriting.net, our platform utilizes a bidding system. Review bids from our writers for your request, choose one of them based on qualifications, order history, and feedback, then place a deposit to start the assignment writing. 4. Step After receiving your paper, take a few moments to ensure it meets your expectations. If you're pleased with the result, authorize payment for the writer. Don't forget that we provide free revisions for our writing services. 5. Step When you opt to write an assignment online with us, you can request multiple revisions to ensure your satisfaction. We stand by our promise to provide original, high-quality content - if plagiarized, we offer a full refund. Choose us confidently, knowing that your needs will be fully met. Calaméo - Sentence In Your Essay Rephraser - Produc Calaméo - Sentence In Your Essay Rephraser - Produc
  • 2. Ethics in Domestic Surviellance Essay Ethics in Domestic Surveillance SOC 120 Introduction Ethics and Social Responsibility Instructor: Dr. David Jung March 31, 2014 If there is an issue that needs more attention it is the practice of governmental domestic surveillance. This would be the practice of the National Security Agency also known as the NSA for using strategies that are clearly breaking each citizen s civil rights. With the advancement of technology the National Security Agency has enlarged the amount of scrutiny ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... These new powers include the collection of business records, physical searches and so called trap and trace operations, analyzing specific calling patterns (NP, 2007). There are going to be those that will dispute that if you do not have things to hide then you have nothing to worry about. This would be the attitude of the sheep. When there are no real techniques of how this data is used because all citizens are at risk. Within the history of the United States citizens have had the right to oppose or dispute the policies of the government. Why the government collects data is in order to find any disapproval and arrests people because they think differently than the leadership of our government. Data obtained through conscientiously suspicious means have already been used to tarnish rivals of the current president, and it is not unlikely to see rivals of the current wars to be affected as well. It would take a magnificent nitwit to put mindless confidence in a government agency like the National Security Agency. Few would deny the importance of deploying surveillance technologies to watch out for risks of theft, fraud, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Jeb Bush Research Paper Do Not Judge A Bush By Its Cover Brady Shackelford Georgia Highlands College Jeb Bush, Do Not Judge by the Bush Cover What is the first thing that comes to mind when someone says Jeb Bush is running for president? You probably think another Bush for president, again. You probably think about Operation Desert Storm, under George H.W. Bush, or the collapse over our economy at the end of George W. Bush second term. This is not how you need to think though. You do not need to allow all the wrong decisions you think either of the former Bush presidents made to form your opinion of Jeb. You need to form your opinion based off Jeb s past jobs in political positions and how you think his political views will change America for the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He introduced his A+ Plan which would put a grade on schools which would force standards to be higher for students. This really helped reading scores in the public schools. Reading scores jumped 11 points on the National Assessment of Educational Progress. This was an enormous jump compared to the 2.5 point jump nationally. Also, Jeb Bush allowed students, in failing public school districts, school vouchers to allow children to go to higher graded schools. In addition to that, he pushed for many different scholarships to become available, especially to the poor and disabled. The educational system is one thing Jeb plans on pushing hard to make sure it succeeds, if he becomes president. He believes that this next generations education is key to keeping America ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Identity In Chopin s The Awakening Chopin s work has allowed her to become recognized more over time. As women keep gaining rights, so are Chopin s works of literature acquiring literary attention. Chopin realized that people valued morality, especially when it came to things such as adultery and the marital discord caused by such, so she decided to use those two items to try and deliver a message concerning an overarching patriarchy that set into motion internal strife for stereotypically frail individuals and women alike who had been cornered by the strangling ideology. Chopin uses identity as a main focal point concerning her philosophy over her search for self and desire to express herself when being subjugated. Edna serves as a perfect example of Chopin showing the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Edna also exemplifies the impossibility as it pertains to a woman achieving such a dastardly goal at the time. Edna begins on her journey towards feminine selfhood early in the novel and while doing so evokes sympathy and understanding. For Edna, It s far easier to see her either as an innocent victim crushed by a merciless, absolute patriarchy, or as having the last laugh by ducking out of life s impassable and unfair obstacles (Ramos, Unbearable realism: freedom, ethics and identity in The Awakening. ). However, Chopin writes thoughtfully and uses Edna s journey for even more than what Ramos states above and describes it as, an unrestricted, undefined and, ultimately, impossible state ironically [depriving] her life of meaning (and finally of life itself) (Ramos, Unbearable realism: freedom, ethics and identity in The Awakening. ). In this way she delivers the message concerning an overarching patriarchy and its damages by describing Edna as innocent and crushed by a merciless patriarchy, while also speaking out about the dangers of valuing self over the other individual s in one s life. Chopin, using Edna from The Awakening, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Jude Gracia Case Summary IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS EASTERN DIVISION JAIME GARCIA, Plaintiff, v. ARCADIA PAINT COMPANY ROY S HARDWARE SUPPLIES, INCORPORATED, Defendants. ))))))))))) Case No. 16 CV 100 Judge Sally Neil Magistrate Judge Maria Legan DEFENDANT ROY S HARDWARE SUPPLY, INCORPORATED S MEMORANDUM IN SUPPORT OF ITS MOTION TO DISMISS ON THE PLEADINGS NOW COMES the Defendant, Roy s Hardware Supplies, Incorporated (Roy s), by and through its attorneys, Jackson Davis, LLP, and moves this Honorable Court to dismiss it from the case pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(c), and in support thereof, states as follows: Statement of Facts Here is the part where you state the facts in the light most favorable to your ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... WHEREFORE, Defendant respectfully requests that this Court grant its motion to be dismissed from this action and all other relief this Court determines is necessary and proper. Respectfully submitted, By: Jackson Davis, LLP Attorneys for Defendant, Roy s Hardware Supplies, Incorporated Notes C State Conclusion on the issue (legal question). R Rule of Law applied in making conclusion. E Explanation of the Rule of Law (usually by pointing out its application by the courts in similar cases). AApplication of the Rule of Law to the facts of the present case. C Restate conclusion as summary of the outcome derived from the Application to the present ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Women In Imperial China First of all, the Imperial Examinations were biased against women. At this particular point in time, women were considered to be worth close to nothing. The author of China s Examination Hell: The Civil Service Examinations of Imperial China says a man who had no sons was considered to be childless. (Miyazaki, 1976, p. 13). In other words, the female gender weren t even considered people, lower than a person on the social scale. Women were expected at stay at home and care for the children. The idea of working was preposterous, let alone help run a country. Because of the fact that women were not born men, they were denied all the opportunities men had. From the day a baby girl was born, the entire family would go into a state of depression. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... To begin, there were numerous different topics the young scholars had to memorize and master. The subjects that were focused on primarily were the classic works of Confucius and other great philosophers. Education for these elite scholars didn t consist of math, science, or technology, for they were reserved for the commoners to study. The typical student had to memorize the four books; Mencius, Analects, Doctrine of the Mean, and Great Learning. (Crozier, 2002). He would also have to memorize the five classics; Spring and Autumn Annals, I Ching (Book of Changes), Book of Rites, Book of Documents, and Classic of Poetry. (Crozier, 2002). On top of these works of art, the scholars had to memorize over 400,000 different characters at a rate of 200 characters a day. (Miyazaki, 1976, p. 16). That is ridiculous! With all of these tools that are now engraved inside these young men s heads, they are then presented with an Eight legged Essay on the day of the test. This is an essay that is designed to answer a hard question about anything in these works or other works of Confucius. It s called an Eight Legged Essay because in order to get full credit, one must answer the question using eight paragraphs or parts. (Octave of Education, 2013). The topics that must be memorized to even have a chance at passing the test, are a lot for a boy to learn at a young ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Disneyland Comparison Disney World or Land? Two of the most well known theme parks in America are Disney World and Disneyland. People travel from all over the world every day just to visit these parks. Although both are Disney theme parks, they are very different. There are multiple differences to be found about Disney World and Disneyland such as the parks, the rides, the entertainment, and the hotel choices. These things go into consideration when trying to figure out what the best park to attend is. Disney world and Disneyland have masses of similarities, but they are also very different. Disneyland opened on July 17, 1955, in Anaheim, California. The opening day was intended to be fun and organized. Although it was fun, it was the furthest thing from organized. Six thousand invitations to the Grand Opening had been mailed. By mid afternoon over 28,000 ticket holders were storming the Magic Kingdom. Most of the tickets were counterfeit (Disneylandshistory). Disneyland was the first and only Disney amusement park to be opened personally by Walt Disney. The park opened with a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The hotels on the Disney World property are broken down into Value, Moderate, and Deluxe resort hotels. A popular value resort hotel in the All Star Movies hotel. The hotel is themed from outside to in, in different Disney movies such as 101 Dalmatians, Toy Story, and Lady and the Tramp. You can find two to three story tall statues from each of these movies at the hotel. A well known moderate resort hotel in the Port Orleans hotels. The hotels have two different areas, Riverside and French Quarter. The Riverside are of this hotel is themed from old Louisiana Plantation homes. The French Quarter is themed off New Orleans at Mardi Gras time. Disney s Animal Kingdom Lodge is one of the many Deluxe resorts. The Animal Kingdom Lodge is located directly inside of Disney s Animal Kingdom theme park. The hotel is decorated in African ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. The Inadequacy Of Free Enterprise The Inadequacy of Free Enterprise The perception that there is a need for government involvement in pensions is in large part due to the fact that private pensions are decreasingly reliable. According to Bonnar (2008), conventional wisdom suggests that private sector defined benefit (DB) pension plans are in the midst of a funding crisis (p. 21). In terms of how this applies to Ontario in particular, it is probably based, Bonnar (2008) argues, on the fact that the largest 100 companies in the Toronto stock exchange saw their median funded ratios reduced from 108 percent by the end of the year 2000 down to 79 percent in 2005. This is despite the fact that contributions made by sponsors increased dramatically during the same period from 4 million dollars in 2000 to 14 million in 2005. This is based on a study looking at the largest 100 companies on the Toronto stock exchange index as determined by market capitalization (Bonnar, 2008, p. 21). Companies that did not offer defined benefit pension plans were excluded from the analysis. Companies in the financial sector were reviewed separately because the financial ratios are so drastically different in that sector of the economy than elsewhere. Robson (2008) supports the idea that private pension funds are not sufficient to meet the retirement needs of Ontarian workers, arguing that By now, however, evidence is overwhelming that the problems afflicting single employer defined benefit plans are not just the result of a series ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. The Curse Of Sleeping Beauty Picked mostly on a whim, I was kind of excited to watch this to trash talk it as what reviews I had seen weren t very kind. But The Curse of Sleeping Beauty is actually really watchable. Of course it isn t great, but it s certainly not the train wreck I was led to believe. Parts were actually scary, with a bit of a silent hill vibe to them and while the ending is more than a little on the predictable side of things. That in no way hampers the enjoy ability of watching it all play out. Thomas Kaiser (Ethan Peck) is an artist and a recluse with few friends. Since childhood he has had a reccurring dream with a sleeping woman, Briar Rose (India Eisley). Though he always awakens before he can kiss and wake her. One day he inherits an old mansion estate from an uncle he never knew he had and goes to have it appraised for sale. Though things change after inherits the property, in that he ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Though I have a feeling that was kind of the point of the performance, it just doesn t play that well of Natalie Hall and Bruce Davison s more serious and focus approach. India Eisley is also bland, well right up until twist at the end when she actually does a fair amount of shinning. My one of my two issue s with The Curse of Sleeping Beauty is that it s a bit to slow to get going. Though once it got going it was great. My other being the predictability of what s going to happen. Maybe I m just jaded from seeing to many horror films over the years, but I saw the twist from about the thirty minute mark. Final thoughts, overall I really liked it. Was it a masterpiece? No, of course not as few films are. But it was entertaining and I don t consider watching a complete waste of time. The visuals are nice, the pacing is solid and it has a great dread location that is dripping with atmosphere. Would I recommend it? Yes, I just recommend going into with an open mind and a six pack. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Border Patrol Agent Research Paper Border Patrol agents constantly live with that fear of not knowing when your last day is. Agents are threatened on a daily basis by illegal immigrants, natural wildlife, and the weather. When considering a career as a Border Patrol agent, a person must carefully look into the responsibilities this will entail, the skills one must have to succeed, plus other important aspects such as working conditions, salary and the future of the job; however, just as important is to carefully prepare oneself for this profession by attending the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA). The tasks and responsibilities of a Border Patrol agent is to detect and prevent illegal entry of aliens into the United States of America. The Border Patrol help maintain ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... To reach the minimum number of semester credit hours for this degree is 120. Thirty nine of the total semester credit hours required for the degree must be at the upper division level (utsa.edu1). Criminal justice majors, through consultation with faculty advisors, should choose elective courses from the core curriculum requirements that will enhance their awareness of the complex social and cultural issues confronting American society (utsa.edu1). There is fifteen semester credit hours of core criminal justice coursework, and eighteen semester credit hours of justice studies at least fifteen of which must be upper division (utsa.edu1). Three semesters of internship in criminal justice taken in consultation with the departments internship coordinator (utsa.edu2). Three semester credit hours of appropriate upper division coursework may be taken in of the internship if a student has relevant and documented full time employment of at least one year in duration in a justice related agency due to verifiable personal circumstance or background issues (utsa.edu2).This may be repeated for three more credit hours. Fifteen semester credit hours of upper division support work, chosen in consultation with an academic advisor and twenty seven semester credit hours of electives (utsa.edu2). The length of this degree is a recommended four year ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Comparing the Atkins and South Beach Diets Essay Comparing the Operations of the Atkins and South Beach Diets In today s society, an ongoing trend of diets have played a major impact in the nutritional and dieting markets such as the Atkins and South Beach. Both diets may be considered similar since they were both designed and intended for dieters to produce similar results of dramatic rapid weight loss within stages. Though the end result may be similar, the method of achieving the weight loss differs in many aspects. Both the Atkins and South Beach diets, varies in the choice of foods consumed by the dieter and the step by step process on how the diet operates. In the Atkins diet, it involves eating foods which are high in protein and fat, while limiting ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The South Beach differs with the Atkins in that it allows carbohydrates, especially those high in fiber like multigrain bread and wild rice. The South Beach diet relies on the glycemic index or GI to determine good carbohydrates from bad carbohydrates. The glycemic index is a system that ranks foods by how they affect your levels of blood sugar and insulin. Low GI foods that are less than 55 produce a gradual rise in blood sugar that s easy on the body. Foods between 55 and 70 are intermediate GI foods. Foods with high GI that is more than 70 would make blood sugar as well as insulin levels spike fast, which is a major health risk. The glycemic index is important since keeping insulin levels low is the central principle behind all low carbohydrate diets. So under South Beach, bad carbohydrates with a high glycemic index like refined flour products, potatoes, pasta, and white rice are forbidden, while good carbohydrates with a low glycemic index like whole wheat products and wild rice are permitted. The limitations and choices of carbohydrates, in both the Atkins and the South Beach, may be one of the main differences, but they also differ in the way the diets are executed in a step by step process. In the Atkins diet, it requires several stages in order to achieve the intended goal weight reduction. There are four phases within the diet. The first phase is known as the induction phase, where dieters are urged to be on a low carbohydrate and a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. The Problem Of Medical Errors Medical error is a major problem that take place in the healthcare system in today s society. Medical errors in hospitals are the third main cause of death in United States killing 44,000 people per year due to medical errors. Studies show that poor communication in medical fields has cost up to 1.7 billion dollars. Miscommunication is the core for this error, failure to clear communication can guide to serious complication, such as serious problems for patients and deaths. This Mistakes usually happen when there is a miscommunication between the nurses and the doctors or between patients and experts. The three common errors, which take place in the medical system are, miscommunication about patient condition between the doctors and nurses, Shift change between workers or transferring of patients to a different hospital and the third one is lack of enough practice and somehow negligence. It is important to understand the condition of a patient and specifically point out the problems of the patient. Usually this kind of problem occur due to workload pressure and stress. It also emerges due to failure of understanding patients problems. According to Nirpuma Shankur on his blog which can be found on brainblogger.com which he states as follows Nowadays, one doctor manages a very high caseload and volume; they also have to spend a lot of time on documentation. As a result, they hardly spend 5 10 minutes one on one time with a patient. Needless to say, the stage is set for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Assess The Planning For Accreditation Assess the planning for Accreditation in your chosen facility. Hospitals are on continuous mission for quality improvement; utilizing new technology, techniques, and research on what works and what does not, as well as persistently training new personnel and meeting the needs of patients. Still, hospitals are devoted to quality improvement but follow different courses, which support increasing observance to treatment etiquette and improve patient outcomes. Hospitals make the most of different approaches and models of quality improvement, such as the use of Lean, Six Sigma (Johns Hopkins Medicine, 2008/2016), and the PlanDo Study Act (Ibach, 2009) models for improvement. Usually quality improvement efforts are a five step process which ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However, on December 3, 2013 the Joint Commission Resources publicized the release of the The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety (Joint Commission Resources, 2016; The Joint Commission, 2015), which featured an article on how the Johns Hopkins Hospital notably improved performance on Joint Commission accountability measures. The hospital was recognized by the Top Performer on Key Quality Measures® program (Keroack et al., 2007) for using evidence based care processes that are delivered in the right way and at the right time (Joint Commission Resources, 2013). Conversely, in December 2011, the Johns Hopkins leadership began the initiative by clarifying and communicating goals, announcing that their target was 96% compliance with eight Joint Commission accountability measures (The Joint Commission, 2015) and one Delmarva Foundation core measure (Johns Hopkins Medicine, 2008/2016; Michaels, Sidone, 2014). Clinicians and quality improvement personnel produced one team for each targeted measure and the organization s Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality (Armstrong, Laschinger, 2006; Armstrong, Laschinger, Wong, 2009) personnel supported the work of the teams (Chang et al., 2005; Joint Commission Resources, 2013). Next, the organization performed a gap study to prioritize improvement efforts and begin building capability using Lean Sigma ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Industrial Sickness Industry An industry (from Latin industries, diligent, and industrious ) is the manufacturing of a good or service within a category The key industrial economic sectors are:The primary sector, largely raw material extraction industries such as mining and farming; The secondary sector, involving refining, construction, and manufacturing; The tertiary sector, which deals with services (such as law and medicine) and distribution of manufactured goods; Sickness:Constituting an unhealthy environment for those working Industrial Sickness Introduction Definition of a sick unit is given by Sick Industrial companies act, 1985. According to the act The sick industrial company is a company which has at the end of any financial year ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This arises due to credit restrains policy, delay in disbursement of loan by govt., unfavorable investments, fear of nationalization. REASONS FOR SICKNESS IN SSI s Production Related Reasons: Faulty Product Mix Acklog of Production Poor Quality of end product Delayed delivery schedule Financial Reasons: Low Profitability Low fund generation Poor liquidity Step Cost structure Lack of financial resources Lack of credit facility Faulty credit utilization Low share value Market Reasons: Poor marketing strategy Imbalance between production marketing Wild market shifts Lack of awareness of consumer s preferences Lack of specific market segmentation Poor distribution network Poor market performance Signals of sickness The following actions of the unit indicate that the unit is sick or going to be sick: Continuous irregularity in cash credit accounts ; Low capacity utilization; profit fluctuations, downward sales and fall in profits followed by contraction in the share market; Failure to pay statutory liabilities; Larger and longer outstanding in the bills accounts; Non submission of periodical financial data /stock statement etc. in time; financing capital expenditure out of funds provided for working capital purposes; Rapid turn over of key personnel; Existence of large no. of law suits ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Parental Figures In The Power Of One By Bryce Courtenay Parental figures tend to shape children into the individuals they become later in life. In The Power of One by Bryce Courtenay, Peekay lacks the traditional parental figure that most people have, and instead crosses paths with many significant people over the course of the book. This puts Peekay at an advantage because he is able to see the world through different perspectives, the perspectives of those who mentored him. He learns from people of all walks of life, which leads to him being unbiased and open minded. Peekay also is at an advantage because he has to learn to think for himself. His mentors help him with this, but the lack of a true parent forces him to learn this skill early on and master it by time is was older. Finally, each of Peekay s mentors have something different to offer, a different key piece of advice, that give him a set of morals to live by. In the Power of One, the lack of the traditional parental figure helps further Peekay s maturity and helps him to attain his own power of one. Peekay is mentored by a variety of people throughout the book, all who come from different backgrounds and who have different life experiences. Over the course of the book, Peekay is mentored by a mixed prisoner, a professional boxer, and an old German professor. None of these people have anything in common except for their love and concern for Peekay, and Peekay respects all of them because that is what Geel Piet teaches him when he first begins to coach him. If they ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Plot Summary of Remember the Titans Essays Remember the Titans is a film from 2000 displaying a true story of a racially divided football team from the 1970s. The movie highlights the relationships of the black and white people, and how they learned to interact with each other in a time when this was not the way of life. It brings up a number of questions throughout, of what is right and what is wrong, and really challenges the characters, making it a very interesting movie to watch. I have seen this movie many times, and each time I feel like I get something new out of it. It is a movie that can be used as a teaching tool, it does a great job of interpreting not only what was happening in the United States of America at that time, but social psychology concepts through real life ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The text explains that, They may label each other as enemies, view their own group as morally superior, draw the boundaries between themselves and their opponents more firmly, and, under extreme conditions, may come to see the opposing group as not even human (Baron Branscombe, 2012). I would not say that the characters in the movie took this idea as far as the text explains, but there were many examples of this happening. The first example would be between the coaches. Coach Boone was given Coach Yoast s coaching position, and offers him an assistant position for the team. Coach Yoast accepts the position, only for his players, but ensuring that his old assistant gets a job as well. Now that the teams have integrated, there really is not enough room for all the coaches, and it seems like each group is looking out for their own. Coach Boone also has his assistant working with him, so now this makes four different coaches for T.C. William s football team. With all of this happening the two white coaches and the two black coaches are not 100% getting along. They do not agree with one another s ideas and have clear prejudices about one another, displaying the realistic conflict theory. They all want to be doing the same thing but there were not enough spots, so they think negatively of each other and often butt heads. This same idea moves onto the players. Each player, black and white, had their spot on their old team where they were ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Analysis Of Shakespeare s The Winter s Tale Though the idea that women should be subservient is pervasive in Renaissance literature, Shakespeare challenges this concept in The Winter s Tale by providing evidence to the contrary. His female characters are able to gain power using different techniques according to their situations. However, these methods vary greatly between the court of the shepherd in Bohemia and Leontes court in Sicilia. While women in the royal court gain influence through their use of effective rhetoric, Shakespeare describes that Perdita s power in the shepherd s court stems mostly from her beauty. From this juxtaposition, Shakespeare claims that women in a lower class setting are empowered by their appearance while women in an upper class setting use language to affect change. Furthermore, Shakespeare also expresses his contention that men believe in an opposite system of empowerment according to their social class. He argues that gentlemen associate power with appearance and view rhetoric as unimportant while lower class men put more emphasis on language as a means of empowerment. Overall, Shakespeare provides an argument that women are empowered through different methods depending on their socioeconomic standing. Conversely, Shakespeare also expresses the notion that men do not follow the same pattern as women. Shakespeare conveys his belief that women gain influence in the royal court through the use of language by displaying Paulina s ability to control men using her speech. After Hermione ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Narrative Essay On Bullfrog Nearly every kid at some point in their childhood has had a certain toy or item they would do anything to have. That one item consumes every thought in that kid s mind and if that kid was like me, they will not stop trying until they have it in their possession. During part of my first grade year, this one item was the bullfrog Webkinz. Why a bullfrog you may ask? That was the one my brother was asking for on his birthday in a few weeks and I was up for any possible way I could beat him or compete with him, no matter what it was. Nearly all of my friends and classmates already had multiple Webkinz and I didn t have a single one. Now it came to the hard part: how I was going to get it. I had already begged and pleaded for it from my parents to the point I annoyed them so much i m pretty sure my mom wanted to scratch her eyes out every time I spoke a word about that Webkinz. She even refused to let me go to the store with her, knowing I would quickly escape to the Webkinz rack and I would glue my feet there until she practically had to drag me out the doors. She then proceeded to tell me that the only way I was going to own it was if I saved up my money and that doing so was a good lesson for when I was older . ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Practically the only time I got money was my birthday and Christmas and I was a very impulsive kid, I definitely did not save any of it. I earned a couple dollars from a lemonade stand where the only customers were my parents and the lady that lived next door whom we pressured into getting a cup. My solution finally fell into place the following weekend when we went to the park in downtown Plymouth for some kind of concert. After setting up all of our chairs, I left the group to go throw a coin into the massive, prodigious fountain which has always been my favorite feature of the park. My wish before casting it into the water was pretty predictable: I wished for the Webkinz of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Ah Q Imperialism In his novel The True Story of Ah Q , Lu Xun (1921) mainly describes a tragic man called Ah Q, a homeless man who is always doing different part time jobs living a remote village called Weichuang in early 20th century China. Lu Xun(1881 1936), whose real name is Zhou Shuren is a famous modern litterateur and thinker. When he was young, he went Japan to study medicine to save the patient during the war time. During his study in China, he realized that to be a doctor just can cure people, however, cannot save the people from the pain of the life. Therefore, he gave up his medical study and became a writer to use his articles to arouse Chinese to protect their country, and against the feudalism and foreign imperialism. The social background ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This phrase is full of his sigh, pity and woe. At the same time, the novel is full of criticism of the national nature of Chinese people. The novel and the actually history showed a series of realistic issues at that time. Firstly, early 20th century s China was under the oppression of imperialism, and people were lived in a tough environment. Secondly, people s ignorance rooted in his lack of education. If people generally had been educated, the idea of revolution would be much easier and quicker to spread. Thirdly, the failures of the revolution not only because of board masses, even some of the revolutionaries were hollow hearted, or did not understand the significance of revolution. Xinhai revolution and publish of The True Story of Ah Q has past above 100 years. Nowadays China has a incredible development, and Chinese have a finally success. Many people also have Ah Q s psychological victory. How to keep self awareness is becoming a topic of worth thinking about. At the same time, a lot of people of ruling class look like Old Grandpa Zhao, they are against the original intention and core value Serving the people ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Why Did Federation Occur In Australia In The 19th Century In the mid 1800 s, Australia was divided into six relatively independent British colonies which, despite similar cultural beliefs and backgrounds, all acted as separate countries. Each colony had established its own legal system (though the Monarch was the head of state for each colony) which had evolved from and was heavily influenced by the British system. When the First Fleet arrived at Sydney Cove in 1788, they brought with them English law which was implemented in early settler times. This action in conjecture with the British background of the colonies led to early Australian law closely mimicking that of Mother England. Reasons For Federation In the latter half of the 19th century, momentum for the colonies to federate into a single nation increased. There were a significant number of reasons in favour of federating, though there were six main areas which ultimately led to the decision to federate: Defence A major reason for federation was to create an adequate army in case of attack. Prior to federation, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Went on to become Australia s first prime minister. Charles Kingston The South Australian Premier whom was a strong supporter of federation and a radical liberal. The conference ended up agreeing to follow the American model of law and the first draft of the Constitution that was prepared was very similar to the final result. The Second National Australasian Convention was held in March 1897. Adelaide hosted the first session of the convention during March and April in SA s Parliament. During the convention the Constitution draft from 1891 was further developed though Queensland did not attend the convention, due to it failing to pass the legislature needed to send delegates. There were second and third sessions of the Second National Australasian Convention held in Sydney and Melbourne respectively, before the Constitution finished drafting in March ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Aggregate Demand In America Weak aggregate demand and rising costs due to still high energy and food prices put the US economy in a tricky situation, one in which the Federal Reserve is forced to make the tough decision between tackling the unemployment problem (jobless rates have risen to 5.7%) or the inflation problem (price levels have also risen 5.7% this year, the highest inflation in 17 years). Rising prices and rising joblessness are both harmful to the economy, but when energy and food prices drive up the price level, while week investment and consumer spending lead to falling overall demand in the economy, the conditions exist where joblessness and prices can rise simultaneously. This is America s situation at present. In the short run, however, the decline ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Womens Rights Movement Of The 1960 s Introduction Attention getter Who would have known that one little pill could mean so much to women s independence? That little pill was birth control something a lot of us today take for granted, something any woman can get from a free clinic.The time where women were expected to be housewives changed, a revolution happened that would grant women rights that they never had before. Central Idea The women s movement of the 1960 s sought significant improvement in legal economic and political rights. Credibility I am from a country where women do not have as many freedoms as the women in America do. There women are still expected to marry and become housewives they are often discouraged to further their education. I can see how this ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They were also prevented from moving higher in the workplace and even outright not allowed to work in certain positions. In an article titled The Women s Rights Movement, by American Social Reform Movements Reference Library website, published in 2007 stated Even highly educated women were denied good jobs in business or government service because employers felt that women would not perform adequately or simply did not belong in such professions. B.There was no protection from sexual harassment for women, they were also were not able to advance higher in the workplace. signpost: Now that we know what life was like for women in the 1950s, let s start talking about how the women got their rights today. II. The actions that women took to group together and fight in order to get their voices heard. 1.Women with a common purpose began grouping together to make changes to the way they live, and make their voices heard to fellow women. A.In her article titled 1960s Feminist Activities, featured on ThoughtCo website, published Mar. 1, 2017, Linda Napikoski, stated Woman organizing groups Feminist consciousness raising groups, or CR groups, began in the 1960s in New York and Chicago and quickly spread across the United States 2.Women began protesting attending rallies, hearings, marches, sit ins, for equal pay birth control and sexism. A.Womens abortion speakout was organized in New York City, where women spoke about illegal ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. The Construction Industry Has Developed A Reputation For... Ethics Paper Over the years the construction industry has developed a reputation for shady deals and untrustworthiness. Contractors specifically are the root cause of the mistrust between the industry and the public. When it comes to the relationships between contractors and subcontractors though there is still a mistrust even though both sides share the same unfavorable reputation. Often times contractors bully subcontractors into signing contracts that put them in very unfavorable positions. And after that subcontractors bully sub subcontractors into signing equally unfavorable sub contracts. However, not all contracts are terrible, what makes them so one sided are specific clauses that are inserted in an attempt to transfer responsibilities from the contractor to the sub and sub subcontractors. Conditional payment and oversight responsibility are a couple of the types of clauses that attempt to do such work. Another clause in construction contracts attempts to protect the contractor and owner from each other with regard to change orders, it is included to force each party to put changes into writing. For the most part, no set of plans is perfect so inevitably changes must be made. So contractors and owners find themselves in yet another situation where both sides have the opportunity to be as unsavory as they can be. As the industry progresses into the future, many additional contract clauses will pop up. They will attempt to shift more responsibility and blame off the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Analysis Of Jonas Salk And The Conquest Of Polio Section One: Critical Summary over Splendid Solution: Jonas Salk and the Conquest of Polio: Jeffrey Kluger is a number one New York Times bestseller for his coauthoring of Apollo 13, but Splendid Solution: Jonas Salk and the Conquest of Polio, much like the name suggests, is the story of Jonas Salk and his great contribution to society with the polio vaccine. Kluger walks through Jonas Salk s life starting with his father and mother, what they did, how they lived, and where they were from. Kluger transitions into Salk s childhood and his serious nature. Kluger states: Salk was...a serious boy, troubled by sometimes curious things. Rules seemed to grate him the most. Not that he didn t expect a good rule when he came across one. (25). Kluger flows well into talking about Salk s education, Salk meeting his wife, them getting married, and all places that Salk worked in the different aspects of his life. Kluger does add bits and pieces of Basil O Conner s and Franklin Delano Roosevelt s lives, in relation to polio and Jonas Salk s life at that point in his career. Kluger goes into some detail about Salk s creation of the influenza vaccine, but his main focus was on the polio vaccine. Salk used some of the techniques he learned from creating the flu vaccine and applied them to the polio vaccine. Some of those techniques worked, while others did not. Kluger goes into a lot of detail into Salk getting started working on the polio vaccine and who funded his research. There was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Art Therapy Research Paper Therapeutic Relationship with an Adolescent Population In the field of mental health, therapists face to work with diverse populations. To provide a superior quality of therapy and elicit positive results, establishing a relationship with a client should be the priority. An adolescent population might be the one that is difficult to build a relationship and thus might be a challenge for beginner therapists. Artistic activities in a therapy session can help adolescent clients open their minds up to a therapist and build a therapeutic relationship. In this paper, I will explore a therapeutic relationship with an adolescent population in art therapy. Adolescence is widely acknowledged as the period to be resistant to the adult authority. As growing ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The treatment relationship is the crucial factor of therapy, which is invisible but exists; it is expressed on paper in an abstract form. During the initial phase of art therapy, there might be various feelings in transference and countertransference, which could be hostile or amicable. Each adolescent is different in their personalities and attitudes. Although there is an individual difference in accepting therapist s care, the role of art therapist is constant. I put various colors of ___ to express each adolescent and a silver color of ___ for a therapist s energy. The art media for the background is watercolor; watercolor is difficult in controlling the amount of water and paints and requires an intense attention to maintaining clear color expression. The process dealing with this art material conveys a metaphor that an effort of a therapist towards adolescent clients who is resistant and uncooperative. The art material is difficult to handle and takes time, but is possible to create vibrant expression. Adolescents also can be changed and brilliant by a therapist. Between two colors, there are vague boundaries, which means that it brings mutual influence between two people. Two different colors meet and then smear each other. The red color in the center symbolizes an adolescent who is supported by a therapist, the blue color. The blue surrounds the red and provides a safe place to express oneself. The red is gradually smeared by the blue while it emits its energy at the safe place thereby becoming smoother. The blue also is influenced by red. The gradation between two colors indicates that the treatment relationship is not a unilateral relationship. The very different two people meet, and they influence each other. My artwork shows that the clashing colors can be harmonious; the appropriate treatment relationship would ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Influence Of Globalisation On Western Culture Globalisation is the process of interaction and integration among people, companies and governments of different nations . This subsequent process has led to the erosion of cultural diversity and language, whereby Western culture and ideals have extinguished other beliefs and practices, ingraining the idea that western is best and other ways of living are immoral or unethical. This wide scale homogenisation has allowed extremist groups such as ISIS to take advantage of the impressionable or naïve, as well as encouraging hazardous global ties and bigotry within the global community. Due to the globalised world we live in, western culture and ideals have begun to erode and homogenise cultural diversity and language. Applications such as Emoji have allowed people from vast corners of the word to communicate, despite not sharing a common language. Although this seems as it is a positive thing, it wasn t until last year when Apple introduced cultural diversity (such as the inclusion of a spectrum of skin colours, and cultural symbols). This is immensely detrimental to those who are not represented, as it inadvertently shows them that who they are and what they believe is not as important or valued in the western world. But even with this new apparent cultural acceptance, Apple has shown with Emoji s, that western ideals are still very much interlaced in the application. In the travel and places section, the only non western landmark pictured is a singular mosque. This ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. The Ability For An Educator The ability for an educator to produce a safe learning environment should not take years of chaos and turmoil to find solutions to behavior problems in the classroom. The availability of researched based information found on the internet is only seconds away. Professional learning communities are available to assist in such matters, yet persistent discipline problems end careers for many young teachers. Polat, Kaya, and Akdag (2013) stated teachers new to the education system leave the profession within their first three years of employment. What can be done to stop the outflow of educators leaving the field as the inflow of students continues to increase? Educators must be reflective teachers in order to change practices that fall short ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I believe the improvement of my students is attributed to the improvement of my skills in the above mentioned areas of classroom management. Even though improvement has been made, there is still more work to be done. Two areas that need improvement deal with peer mediation techniques and forming successful partnerships with parents. The first seldom happens and the latter happens with less frequency I had hoped for in finding support for student learning and behavior. One example where peer mediation would be effective is conflict between students arising from something done or said to them. For instance, a child approached me to say someone hit them when in fact the other child was trying to remove a bug off the accusers back. This misunderstanding or miscommunication consumes time away from instruction and does not empower children to solve conflicts correctly on their own. Another area I want to focus on is establishing more partnerships with parents. Even though I did establish a handful of partnerships by e mailing parents activity pictures of their child throughout the year, I feel much more can be accomplished. The quality of such a relationship as reported by Gurland and Evangelista (2015) predicts the outcome of future achievements. Thus, the following are SMART goals created to strengthen the areas pertaining to peer mediation and parent relationships. By September 5, 2016, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. The Watergate Of The White House Richard Nixon s six year stint in the White House is and was reviewed as a pivotal and influential time period in various aspects of American infrastructure. Nixon had come into office after the consistent twenty year dominance of presidential politics by a left winged Democratic coalition. America coming out of conflicts across the globe was universally known as a global police force which was notorious for large scale pre 21st century military conflict. When Nixon resigned, (The first United States president to do so) a conservative Republican regime was born that would in turn dominate the next twenty years of presidential politics. The post Nixon Republican Party was known for delivering aid to our allies across the globe, and staying ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Such distinction is understood by a transitional politician. His tendency and philosophy toward his foreign and domestic policy were mirror images in regards to their intent. Conservative, but understandably so as the late sixties going into the seventies was the descent of liberalism s early to mid century dominance. His right wing conservative system, could not be established without first deconstructing FDR s liberal construct. During his Presidency it was noted that Nixon was only as conservative as he could be and only as liberal as he had to be (Hughes 1). He was accredited with the establishment of the Environmental Protection Agency but had also made closed door comments about how if he had not done so, the Democratic Congress would have forced more liberal laws and legislation into his term. Nixon was at times a hypocritical president especially in times that it was beneficial to him. Nixon was a president that ideologically could have opposed restriction on compensation and prices and stayed true to the beliefs in a private setting, while using them during his election year to appeal to specific organizations. Yet this political/tactical malleability should not conceal his steadfast political purpose. His simple yet successful endgame was as such; move the country to the right. The Nixon administration signaled the end of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Creatine Use Must be Banned Essay Athletes are always searching for ways to enhance their performance. Recently, beginning in the 1950s, that search has included the use of illegal substances like steroids and growth hormones. Illegal substances have been used widely by athletes in hop es of achieving the desired Olympic gold medal or multi million dollar contract. Some nations, for example the late East Germany in the 1970s and 1980s, have mandated the use of steroids by their athletes. The downside of using those illegal substances is that because they are illegal, getting caught using them can lead to losing that coveted gold medal, a lifetime ban from sports, and a total loss of honor and dignity. This is why the search is now on to find some legal ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The transformation of creatine into energy occurs within the first few seconds of exertion. Creatine supplements are artificially made creatine that can be taken by athletes as ergogens, substances that can be used by athletes to enhance performance. Artificially made creatine is available as powder, capsules, candy, and gum. The goal of creatine supplementation is to increase the energy in the muscles so that athletes can improve their strength, speed, and endurance. Although creatine is fairly expensive (fifty dollars for a one month supply), the original results of creatine testing and usage were very positive. Creatine supplementation helps the body by increasing the amount of creatine in the muscles, thus enabli ng the body to put out more energy more quickly. It was first discovered in the early 1900s, before creatine supplements were available, that increasing dietary creatine in turn increases the amount of creatine in the muscles (Jenkins). Supplementation of creatine in the diet leads to even higher levels of muscular creatine. Research has confirmed this. Current data indicate that muscle creatine levels increase, on average, 20% after six days of creatine supplementation at twenty grams per day (Eichne r 76). This increase of creatine in the muscles in turn increases the body s potential for exertion. Once creatine supplements were tested in humans, those increases were ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Diamond Food Case Essays ISSUES IN ACCOUNTING EDUCATION Vol. 30, No. 1 2015 pp. 47 69 American Accounting Association DOI: 10.2308/iace 50948 Diamond Foods, Inc.: Anatomy and Motivations of Earnings Manipulation Mahendra R. Gujarathi ABSTRACT: Diamond Foods is America s largest walnut processor specializing in processing, marketing, and distributing nuts and snack products. This real world case presents financial reporting issues around the commodities cost shifting strategy used by Diamond s management to falsify earnings. By delaying the recognition of a portion of the cost of walnuts acquired into later accounting periods, Diamond Foods materially underreported the cost of sales and overstated earnings in fiscal 2010 and 2011. The primary learning goal ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The author thanks Professors Martha Howe, Donna McConville, Ari Yezegel, participants at the 2013 North American Case Research Association Annual Conference, the 2013 American Accounting Association Northeast Region Annual Meeting, and 2014 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting for their comments and suggestions on the earlier versions of the case. Comments and suggestions of the editor, associate editor, and two anonymous reviewers are also gratefully acknowledged. Supplemental material can be accessed by clicking the links in Appendix A. Published Online: October 2014 47 48 Gujarathi INTRODUCTION D iamond Foods, Inc. (hereafter, Diamond, or the Company), is America s largest walnut processor specializing in processing, marketing, and distributing nuts and other snack products (Reuters 2012). Diamond s products are distributed globally in stores where snacks and culinary nuts are sold. Its major processing and packaging plant is located in California, the state that accounts for virtually the entire walnut production in the U.S. The Company has approximately 1,700 employees and its stock trades on the NASDAQ market under the symbol DMND. History: From Walnut Processor to Innovative Packaged Food Company1
  • 31. Diamond began in 1912 as a member owned agricultural cooperative association, specializing in processing, marketing, and distributing culinary, snack, in shell, and ingredient nuts. After almost a century as a walnut ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Differences And Differences Between Amul And Other... Differences Between AMUL And Other Cooperatives Following The AMUL Model The NDDB was created so that it could implement AMUL S Model in other states. Though the main three tier system is common everywhere there are some differences between them and AMUL which might be the reason that the other cooperatives have not been as successful as AMUL (Prasad and Satsangi). In the other cooperatives the Managing Director is an IAS officer unlike in AMUL s case where the Managing Director is chosen from amongst the selected representatives chosen by the members. The negative impact of this is that the IAS officer won t have that level of an attachment that a farmer who was elected would have. Hence this would surely impact the cooperative adversely. In other government cooperatives the government has a share in it. Therefore there are government representatives also on the board of directors other than the Managing Director. These Director s influence the decisions of the board hugely and in the end it might result in these government directors taking the decisions and one of the prime principles of a cooperative which is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Seeing the way AMUL and the other cooperatives have grown I can see the reason why Lal Bahadur Shashtri wanted the Amul model to be emulated in other states. Having farmers as policy makers of the cooperate and with some assistance from professionals in running the cooperation was an incredible idea. By providing technology and a support system to the rural producers, the cooperative has really increased the standard of living of the people living in rural areas. As rightly said by Kaur in her research paper, The dairy cooperatives are among those few institutions in India, which still cherish a strong Cooperative identity, values and purpose. They still boast of idealism good will of members and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. The Benefitions Of Hard Work In My Life As a young child, my Mother always would tell me; If you want something work hard for it. It s that simple. That saying was constantly being stated around the house when my brother or I would want to achieve a certain goal in school, sports or anything. This saying has transformed me over the years into the hard worker that I am to this day. Throughout my life coaches, family, and teachers regularly told me to work hard and give 100% effort no matter what and I will succeed. The characteristic of hard working and constantly giving outstanding effort describes me as a person immensely because I consistently strive to achieve my goals. Ever since the age of ten, my Mother told me do chores if I wanted extra money in order to buy anything my little ten year old heart desired. She composed a chore list and pinned it to the fridge for me to earn a little money, but only if I did the task the best I could. Although somehow my Mother can always tell when my brother or I aren t giving our full potential. How? I am still unsure to this day, but we never wanted the repercussions that came if one of us got caught slacking. Despite giving 100% effort and completing the chores the best I could for money seemed great, I happened to have what seemed to be a mile long chore list. Overtime out of all my chores, I realized that my main income from ages ten to fourteen involved scooping up the dog poop in our backyard for a dollar per pile. Despite the gross appeal, picked up the dog s poop happened to become a steady income rapidly. Everyday after school I made sure the yard was spotless so I could earn my money. As years went on, I stopped getting paid to do household chores and they quickly became an expectation since I live there. With no longer getting paid to do chores I would soon have to get a job. Eventually I got a job, it was this past summer, I helped bail hay for my uncle and helping out on his farm when needed. I made sure I was constantly giving a 100% effort to get that job done because that s what my Mother taught me to do. Since I was consistently hard working, he knew he could rely on me. Although a household chore and a real job may seem different, I feel that I should work hard on any chore or job no ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Comparing the American Presidential System and the... Comparing the American Presidential System and the Parliamentary System As at present constituted, the federal government [of the United States of America] lacks strength because its powers are divided, lacks promptness because its authorities are multiplied, lacks wieldiness because its processes are roundabout, lacks efficiency because its responsibility is indistinct and its action is without competent direction. Although this statement, by Woodrow Wilson, was made in the 1920 s, it can still be argued today on account of the fact that not much has changed in the way the United States government operates. Still existing in the American way of governing is the theory of the separation of powers, which was evolved within the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... parlance). These ministers are usually not simultaneously members of the legislature, although their appointment may require the advice and consent of the legislative branch. Because the senior officials of the executive branch are separately elected of appointed, the presidential political system is characterized by a separation of powers, wherein the executive and legislative branches are independent of one another. Presidents have greater control over their cabinet appointees who serve at the President s pleasure, and who are usually selected for reasons other than the extent of their congressional support (as in parliamentary systems). The U.S. represents the strongest form of presidentialism, in the sense that the powers of the executive and legislative branches are separate, and legislatures (national and state) often have significant powers. The parliamentary system, unlike the American presidential system, is recognizable by a fusion of powers between the legislative and executive branches. The Prime Minister, who is the chief executive, may be elected to the legislature in the same way that all other members are elected. The Prime Minister is the leader of the party that wins the majority of votes to the legislature either de facto, or in some cases through an election held by the legislature. The Prime Minister appoints Cabinet Ministers. However, unlike in the presidential system, these members are typically themselves legislature ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. The Spiritual Persective to the Book of Proverbs is Faith,... Layman Response to Thomas Mattox Case Study 2 A Spiritual Perspective The book of Proverbs Chapter 3, verses 5 6 says: Trust the Lord with all you do. Do not depend on your own understanding and seek HIS will in all you do. He will make straight your path (NLT). This verse is evidenced in every aspect of theological virtues. These virtues are infused through divine grace (Sokolowski, 1995), and are characteristics of human personality that manifest themselves only through eternal salvation. The three characteristics are Faith, Hope, and Charity. I was quite pleased to find this discussion had been categorized, and even subcategorized. I tend to follow this type of discussion a little easier than one of utter ramblings like the ones I ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... More interestingly is the motivation for that result is different in each case. Where technically each of the aforementioned theories is based in the philosophy of ethics they are from differing paradigms. Decisions made on a purely ethical or consequential basis are the ones that produce the most intrinsic good either to the agent or to the will of the agent (always relative to the agent) Decisions made on a purely moral basis are ones made to satisfy the categorical imperative Kantism . The focus is on the act itself, and always doing what is deemed right in a situation (Brown, 2001). Decisions based on virtues follow the Christian view of ethics, which states that as humans we have a free will to choose between right and wrong. In the book titled Aristotle s De Motu Animalium, Text with Translation, Commentary, and Interpretive Essays , the parallel between Aristotelianism and Aquinas (Nussbaum, 1978) the author finds: The most striking example of an attempt to associate Aristotle with moral deductivism has been the Aristotelianism of Aquinas and the tradition of exegesis descending from it (1978) While it is the best choice as a Christian, to offer the option for partial order fulfillment of Scuppernongs, the aid of contract negotiations with other suppliers, or financial accommodations for any shortcomings until previous levels of Scuppernongs can be obtained, this rejects the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. The Utilization Of Social Media Marketing This report provides a detailed analysis of the significant similarities and differences between the utilization of social media between Business to Business (B2B) marketers and Business to Consumer (B2C) marketers. This analysis is necessary to combat the widely accepted notion that social media marketing campaigns primarily serve B2C marketing only. To contest this false stereotype, this paper will justify reasons that B2B social media marketing is not only pertinent, but is also crucial in the success of companies to establish and maintain relations with customers in modern times. Additionally, previous research has shown that B2B marketers will use media targeted at professionals whereas their B2C counterparts tend to utilize more sites targeted to the general public for engaging in one on one dialogue with their customers. Moreover, B2B professionals tend to use relationship oriented social media technologies more than B2C professionals for the purpose of prospecting, handling objections, and after sale follow up. (Moore, Jesse N., Christopher D. Hopkins, and Mary Anne Raymond) This report will outline directives B2B marketers can take to better understand their customers and their needs, develop their brand, and efficiently use real time data to gather analytics and improve relationships. These directives derive from tactics B2C marketers have incorporated in their social media marketing practices. Specifically, this report will examine Coca Cola s successful B2C ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Wealth Gap Between Whites And Minorities Essay Wealth Gap in America America has a lengthy history on how it became the powerful country it is today, and although its history can be interrupted in many ways (depending who you ask) one thing that is for certain is that wealth has yet to be distributed equally amongst minorities. According to the article Income inequality matter; Extreme gap in wealth makes society unstable. Philip Meyer claims that the wealth gap between whites and minorities has existed since Ronald Reagans term of presidency (A9). Although Ronald Reagans term ended many years ago the mistakes that caused this imbalance of wealth (and its aftermath) while he was in office remains almost if not exactly the same as when the problem initially began (Meyer A9). The wealth gap continues to target minorities and is affecting our communities at an alarming rate, however, many attempts have been made to reduce its existence but the factors of income inequality, unemployment rates and discrimination before and after our recent 2007 recession prevents our country from eliminating such a toxic problem. The wealth gap is a problem that which the hard working people of America know very little about. Using Ignorance towards this problem does not cease its existence of it but rather contributes to growth because it s not being addressed. It s a problem that seems to affect mainly the minorities of the U.S. population, such as Blacks and Hispanics. However, not everyone is in the dark about this lingering ever ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Persuasive Essay On Safe Driving Did you know, that sixty six thousand people are using cell phones a day while they are driving ( Distracted... )? Driving safely is important because, parents, guardians, friends and other family members, dread the call from someone saying that their kid. Safe driving save people s lives. If there is a person who does not follow the rules of the road while driving, maybe someone should tell them to do all of their distractions before starting the car or just wait till you arrive at the destination you are going. The rules of the road need to be enforced, especially when it comes to seat belts, drinking and driving, cell phones, and other various distracting aspects. To begin with, driving with a seatbelt on is very important. Drivers that are ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... By the same token, 71 percent of respondents believe that drinking and driving is more dangerous than distracted driving (Harvey). Drinking can make people react slower and make it hard for people to see straight. If a person has to pull over and they are drinking and driving, and they are smaller sized people they will be way more intoxicated than a heavier person, because heavier people can dilute alcohol faster. However, if a person is drinking and driving and if the police catch them, they have to use the breathalyzer and if they blow a 0.8 or more they will be taken to jail. If someone is caught drinking and driving they will receive a DUI (Driving under the influence) and they may have their licenses suspended. Therefore, if someone is drinking at a friends house they either need to wait to go home until they are sober or they need to call someone that is not drinking and or they just need to stay where they are so they do not risk their life or someone else s. Meanwhile, sometimes instead of doing the breathalyzer, the officers might make them do a blood test, urine test. However, the officers that pulled them over may make them walk the line to see if they can walk straight (White 23). In conclusion, drinking and driving is not worth someone s ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Against Restraining Orders Legally speaking, a restraining order works in one direction. If you file a restraining order against someone, they are not allowed to contact you, or be in a certain distance of you. You on the other hand, can freely contact them without violating the restraining order. While you can legally contact them, it is highly advised not to unless absolutely necessary. Restraining orders are put in place for a reason, and contacting the person you have filed one against may throw suspicion on your motives. Enough contact and the one you filed a restraining order against can go to court to get the restraining order terminated. If you are on the other end of the restraining order, having one filed against you, then make sure you understand what all ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Social Welfare Policy Of America Social welfare policy that is seen throughout America today has roots that are hundreds of years old. The modern policy in America has been based on five fundamental traditions that were brought from Britain when they colonized North America. Those five traditions are Calvinism, Localism, controlling the mobility of the workforce, reliance on poor houses and work houses, and less eligibility. These traditions will be defined and then connected to the influence they have had on the modern American social policy. Calvinism is the first social policy tradition that the British brought to America with them. The idea of Calvinism allowed the poor to be understood per their character. When working hard and prospering an individual was destined to be rich; however, if an individual was poor and suffering that was what they were destined to be. Calvinism brought light to the idea that an individual s station could be improved if they were hard working and had the capability to save money. While the social mobility was suggested, Calvinism also looked at poverty in a way that had to with the poor individual s moral failings as the cause of the poverty that the individual experienced (Blau Abramovitz, 2014). In modern social welfare policy, Calvinism can be seen during President Reagan s time in office. He saw those that failed and were relying on social welfare programs as getting what they deserve. During his time in office, he condemned most of the social welfare programs, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Erik Erikson Essay example Erik Homberger Erikson was born in 1902 near Frankfort, Germany to Danish parents. Erik studied art and a variety of languages during his school years, rather than science courses such as biology and chemistry. He did not prefer the atmosphere that formal schooling produced so instead of going to college he traveled around Europe, keeping a diary of his experiences. After a year of doing this, he returned to Germany and enrolled in art school. After several years, Erickson began to teach art and other subjects to children of Americans who had come to Vienna for Freudian training. He was then admitted into the Vienna Psychoanalytic Institute. In 1933 he came to the U.S. and became Boston s first child analyst and obtained a position ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Erikson s main contribution was to bridge the gap between the theories of psychoanalysis on the problems of human development, which emphasize private emotions, and the broader social influences that bear upon the individual. He was a strong proponent of the concept that social environment plays a major role in the development of personality. Going beyond the of a child s early life, Erikson concentrated on broader issues of peer culture, school environment, and cultural values and ideals. This led him to study the period of adolescence, in which he documented the interaction of a person s inner feelings and impulses with the world that surrounds the person. Erikson developed eight stages of human development. Briefly I would describe all eight my I will concentrate on stages five and six which are adolescence and young adulthood. Myer describes the stages in the following manner. Stage one occurs during the first year This stage is called infancy (trust vs. mistrust) during this stage if needs are dependably met, infants develop a sense of basic trust. The second stage is called the toddler stage (autonomy vs. shame and doubt). This stage occurs while the baby is two years old, in this stage toddlers learn to exercise will do things for themselves, or they doubt their abilities. The third stage is called the preschooler between the ages of three and five (initiative vs. guilt). During this stage preschoolers learn to initiate ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Vatican Influence On American Culture In the articles they talked about the Vatican Synod and how it was not like any Vatican Synod before. In the Vatican Synod the bishops voted a ⅔ majority on how people who were divorced can marry again in the church. After, the article talked about how this votes might ve been rigged for predetermined results. In the Vatican Synod, they also talked about a more merciful church for divorced people. For example, they had said that the church will provide spiritual help for those that were married then divorced and may soon be allowed to be welcomed back into the church. Also, there was a different setup than previous years in the Vatican Synod. For example, in years before the Synod was already planned out where all the changes and documents were already made. That s not all that the Synod talked about, but we will discuss the other discussions and my opinions in this next paragraph. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the Vatican Synod, the bishops talked about same sex marriage and homosexuality. In my opinion, this was not a good topic to talk about because the US recently passed a law about same sex marriage which would make us look bad. Pope Francis also changed the layout of the Vatican Synod to be different than prior years. For example, in years before this the Vatican Synod was just a discussion of what they changed, but this year they discussed and voted on laws for the church. In my opinion this was a good idea so Pope Francis would know why certain people voted for something and try to find out what affected their decisions. In the Vatican Synod, Pope Francis changed very important laws for the church. For example, he changed how you can be welcomed back into the church if you were divorced. This is surprising to me because that is a topic that is usually never brought up at the Vatican Synod. That is report on my opinion on the Vatican Synod and what Pope Francis did to it this ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Roller Coaster Ride My friend and I have been just about to drop on a roller coaster nervous, hands in the air, then all of the... It was a day of excitement waiting to get in, It time! My friend said as we darted running with laughter. As we were running like no other we spot our first ride well it was not a ride, but a maze as we were trying to find the end we got lots, Go over here my friend says I do not think that we... I said as mine friend ran into the wall that seem invisible. As we got to the end that seemed impossible to get through, but we made it as we were laughing saying where should we go next. As we rode rides having the time of our life we notice that we got hungry as we walk, we seem that the two rides that we wanted to try were closed ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Annotated Bibliography On Video Games Annotated Bibliography I decided to research the negative effect video games have on people.Video games, especially violent ones, have become increasingly popular over the last several years. Kids will sit in front of a television for hours straight playing the same game. In these games, they kill humans, zombie, animals, and more. I ve always wonder what effect these violent games have on people. Staring at these aggressive video games for so long can t be a good thing. Kids find video games so addictive; they can t put them down. This is why I decided to research this topic. To find out the different ways these games can affect people. Once I started researching this topic, I found out that video games can affect people s moods making them more aggressive and irritable. People become obsessed with video games and often withdraw from normal life (work, school, and family). They can acquire social anxiety or depression from the lack of daily socialization. Some people become very unproductive and only care about their game. It s like the video game takes over people s lives. I found articles, books, and reports relating to my topic that each gave me more information on the topic. All of them included facts backing up their ideas and many stated the same ideas. I found these sources by using a database, that way I knew they were reliable. The most useful sources were the books. They provides the most information while staying unbiased. These sources make me think about ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Go About Preparing For A Writing Assignment 1. How do you typically go about preparing for a writing assignment? Describe the steps you take, including rereading the assignment, asking questions about it, talking to instructors or friends, jotting down ideas, gathering information, and so on. How far in advance of the due date do you usually begin working on the assignment? Typically, I look at the assignment as soon as I can before the due date in order to begin the brainstorming process. This could be three months or two days prior to the due date, depending on the situation. The early brainstorming process creates a general path for my writing process. When I am ready to begin the writing process, I ask myself what the purpose of the assignment is and what point I am trying to make. I then begin researching the topic by using mostly online resources, however, books and interviews are sometimes required. After enough information is found for my assignment, I begin writing the assignment. 2. When and where do your best ideas come to you? My best ideas come to me when I am either relaxed in the shower or in the middle of an intense exercise routine. Although they are extreme opposites, they are some of the only times that I am completely withdrawn from the outside world. 3. Where do you usually do your writing? Describe this place. Is it a good place to write? Why, or why not? I currently live with my sister s family and have one room in there house. I usually do my writing in my room with the door ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Essay Richard Nixon and the Watergate Scandal June 17th, 1972 would be a day America would never forget it was the start of one of the largest scandals in our government. Richard Nixon was president of the United States and the people trusted him. However this trust would be betrayed, as he got involved in something now known as the Watergate Scandal. This was an interesting time in history because it was a large cover up by the Republican Party. Also, how different people reacted to this event was fascinating because some people were so blind to the truth, that they stuck behind Nixon even once tapes and other credible evidence against him was produced. In this paper I will describe the events of Watergate and the publics opinion and reactions to this lengthy Scandal that corrupted ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Mr. Hunt has disappeared.1 The connection between Nixon and the scandal was undeniable, as the investigations continued to happen more and more information was revealed, and the tie between the burglary and the Republican Party grew. The five men who had been arrested had been found with bugging and eavesdropping devices, different types of cameras and around $5,000 dollars all in big bills. The money has now been traced. It turns out to be part of $114,000 which found its way from the Nixon headquarters to the Miami bank account of Bernard L. Barker, one of the five men arrested at the Watergate.1 Journalists were writing up a storm during this time, finding more and more ways to peg this on the Republican Party and Nixon, making them have no way out besides admitting they were guilty. Despite denying that they had no way of knowing how that money got to Mr. Barker, the people had no other choice then to believe them guilty, stirring up more problems for Nixon s committee. From reading the articles that were published in the newspapers during this time, it seems as though that the people were captivated by what was happening and disgusted with the outright denial that the Republican Party lawyers and spokesmen were sticking too. It is now clear that Republican denials of responsibility for the sinister Watergate espionage case issued from the White house down ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Genetic And Congenital Birth Disorder Case Study Genetic and Congenital Disorders Case Study Emily Lesniak, Student Cleveland State University Genetic and Congenital Disorders Case Study A nurse is working in an obstetric department and caring for women immediately after delivery. Her patient has recently delivered an infant who was diagnosed with Down syndrome or trisomy 21. While doing her morning care, the mother was very upset and asked for more information on what that diagnosis means for her child. Down syndrome is a congenital birth defect, meaning that it can be seen at the time of birth. Case Study Question 1 Trisomy 21 is an aneuploidy congenital disorder. This means that the cell had an abnormal number of chromosomes. Normally, humans have 46 chromosomes, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Maternal age seems to be the biggest correlation between babies having the disorder. Once you know you are pregnant there is nothing you can do to prevent the baby from getting the disorder. Conclusion There is nothing you can really do to prevent a child from getting Trisomy 21, besides encouraging women to have children at an earlier age. When the body ages the women s eggs also age causing problems with meiosis within the egg. This being said, no mother should feel guilty about her child getting the disorder. References Allen, E. G., Freeman, S. B., Druschel, C., Hobbs, C. A., O Leary, L. A., Romitti, P. A., Herman, S. L. (2008, December 03). Maternal age and risk for trisomy 21 assessed by the origin of chromosome nondisjunction: A report from the Atlanta and National Down Syndrome Projects. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2833410/ Huether, S. E., McCance, K. L. (2013). Understanding Pathophysiology. Saint Louis: Elsevier Health Sciences. National Down Syndrome Society. Understanding a Diagnosis of Down Syndrome. (n.d.). Retrieved from ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Bill Gates Research Paper Bill Gates has always had an easy childhood. Ever since he was young, he had always had a love for electronics. Bill Gates was born on October 28, 1955 and always had a vision for programming at a young age. At the age of 12, he was exposed to computers. Gates and his friends on some days would skip class to use the computers. If the mothers of Lakeside didn t use the money towards computers, Gates today would not have been exposed to computers and to the creating of Microsoft. To begin with, Gates had always been a smart man. In a 1983 edition of People Magazine, it said Gates to software is what Edison was to the light bulb. During high school at Lakeside School, Gates first successful program let him change his schedule and put him in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... With many problems going on around the world, their goal is to find solutions for people who are in urgent need for care or assistance. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation began in 1997, when Gates sent a newspaper clipping about suffering in countries that are in need to help to his father, William H. Gates, saying Dad, maybe we can do something about this. Gates has a golden rule that he tries to live by The golden rule that all lives have equal value and we should treat people as we would like to be treated. As of December 2015, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has given away $39.6 billion dollars. The money goes towards education, medical research, and to agriculture development. Since 1990, over 122 million lives of children have been saved. All these numbers prove that what Bill and Melinda are doing for the world is working and is changing the world in many ways. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has changed the world in many amazing ways. The couple vows to give away 95% of their fortune before they die. They are not just doing this for attention, they truly believe in the cause. Their magic number is zero, the foundation wants to go out of business, meaning they have achieved their goal. Zero diseases, zero malnourished children, and zero preventable deaths. Every year the infant mortality rate decreases, getting closer to their goal of zero. With ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. Advantages And Disadvantages Of Grid Computing This paper gives an overview about Grid Computing and the various key issues related to that.Today we are in the Internet world and everyone prefers to get fast access to the Internet. The growth of the internet with various resources and high speed networks changes the society enormously. We can improve the speed of the computer using Grid. This paper presents clearly the vision of the grid computing and the architecture of grid computing.The advantages and the disadvantages of the grid computing has also been discussed. 1.Introduction The grid vision is the computational power such as resources, power, data are readily available as electric power1.Grid allows the user to use these resources efficiently and securely. Grid computing is an ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The main services provided through utility grids are software and special equipments. For instance, the applications can be run on one machine and all the users can send their data to be processed to that machine and receive the result back.Grid Computing will not come in reality unless it provides a core of services ,reliability and enough usability1. III. Advantages and Disadvantages There is no need to have large number of SMP servers. It efficiently uses the idle resources. If there is any failure in one grid ,the grid environment automatically uses the other resources. Easy to scalable. Jobs can be executed in parallel and increase the speed of the computation. Grid computing consists of some disadvantages too. Some applications need to be modified in order to use this application in grid computing. The applications which are not designed to use an MPI (Message Passing Interface) will have to revert to an SMP (Symmetric Multi Processing). Grid computing requires an advanced infrastructure like small servers, fast connections between the servers and the use of quality tools, software and skilled technicians to manage the grid.This grid computing is also costly and security issues also need to be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...