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Operation Anaconda Joint Planning Failure
Joint Planning Failures of Operation Anaconda In January 2002, intelligence began reporting on a
heavy concentration of Taliban and al Qaeda forces in and around the Shahikot Valley area of
Afghanistan. With the intelligence available and experience to date, the U.S. Coalition Forces
began planning Operation Anaconda. The end state of U.S. officials was to drive all enemy forces
out of their strongholds within the valley, allowing coalition forces to capture or kill the enemy
(2003). Even though the original plan of three days stretched into a seventeen day battle and
resistance was much greater than expected, military officials hailed Operation Anaconda as a
success (Andres, 2007). Although the overall mission hailed as a success an examination of the
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Generals Franks and Mikolashek made the decision to deploy the staff of the Army s 10th
Mountain Division under the command of MG Hagenbeck to Bagram Air Base (2007). In an
attempt to fix, joint planning problems CENTOM designated the 10th Mountain as Coalition
and Joint Task Force (CJTF) Mountain; CJTF Mountain took command of a large portion of the
ground forces. However, CJTF Mountain did not receive tactical control (TACON) over
supporting U.S elements or Afghan forces to be involved in the operation. Aviation elements
supporting the area of operation remained under control of CFACC and special operations forces
remained under the command of COL Mulholland at Task Force Dagger. Further complicating the
Special Forces chain of command, Delta Force, the Navy Seals, Air Force special operations
aircraft, and supporting personnel took direction from Air Force BG Trebon at Task Force 11,
located at Joint Special Operations Command in Fort Bragg North Carolina
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Service Marketing
Sales Project On JAWED HABIB Submitted to: Prof Subhashish Dasgupta Shanti Business
School, Ahmedabad PGDM Trimester IV (Batch 2010 12) Continuous Evaluation in Service
Marketing Submitted By: Pooja Iyer 1011012006 PREFACE This report is written so that an
understanding of jawed habib can be understood easily. This report is designed to provide a
comprehensive introduction to the above mentioned firm. This is a sales report and so covers only
the general information regarding the firm and its services. The report also touches upon the
competitor s knowledge, customer s knowledge and distributor s policy. All the parts in the report
have been written in English as it is the most understandable formal language. The... Show more
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* Become the safest destination for franchise investment. * Be present in every worthwhile mall.
* Be within the walking distance of every important airport, railway and sophisticated bus
junctions. * Build centres at a 30 minutes walking distance from each other. * Become a publicly
traded company on major stock exchanges of the world. * Become a Blue Chip Company that
offers dividends from year one, at a rate higher than the bank s fixed deposit interest rate. Brand
Core Values * Bring contemporary hair cuts and styling to the fashion and quality conscious
segment of the middle class. * Make designer hair cuts and styling affordable by stripping away
ambience frills. * Add value to the grooming of the patron in a holistic manner through subtle
suggestions and training of hair stylist. * Be the first to bring, fashion trends in haircuts, styling
and hair care breakthroughs. * Use the best possible material and ingredients. * Maintain
international standards of hygiene even in small cities and towns. * Create work environment
where individual and team creativity and performances are encouraged and rewarded in a just and
transparent manner. * Become the first choice place for patrons, franchisees and employees. *
Achieve a smile on franchise partners face all the time by providing excellent support and honest
projections. * Become a great fun place to work at. * Become
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Fingerprint Scanning and Information Databases
This paper will go over what is involved with fingerprint scanning and information databases they
go in into to include how fingerprint scanning works and the comparison of the scan with other
fingerprint scans. Also what is a database and how it is used by the FBI and other agencies. It will
also identify the pros and cons of using finger scanning for security. This paper will talk about the
Enforcement Integrated Database and will conclude with the Interface between databases.
The use of computers and fingerprint scanners has been a source of spy thrillers for decades.
Recently, fingerprinting has become pretty fascinating technology in the real world. In the past
few years, however, finger print scanners have started popping up all over the place, such as in
federal, state and local police departments; high security buildings, the background and clearance
process and even on PC keyboards and mobile devices. And while two fingerprints may look
similar at a glance, a professional investigator or cutting edge software can pick out clear, defined
differences in a fingerprint pattern.
The actual fingerprint device is used in place of a human analyst that would be collecting a print
sample and then comparing it to other samples on record. Fingerprint scanning technology uses
electronic devices to replicate a digital image of the fingerprint pattern called a live scan. The
fingerprint scanning system has two basic functions; first it needs to take a digital scan of the
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The Theories And Principles Of Adult Learning
Adult Learning
Investigating and understanding the theories and principles underpinning adult learning has
helped me to advance my thinking about this phenomena. For instance, Piaget s work involving
the formal operational stage, according to Bass (2012) has allowed for the assumption that
adults learn in a fixed manner developed in their late teen years and that they remain unchanged
from this stage (p. 387). It was assumed that adults, then spent the rest of their lives in that stage.
However, other theorist such as Knowles, surfaced during the 1970s to clarify the misconception.
It is interesting to note that in the early 1970 s there was a spark of interest and debate over
andragogy and the need to define theories within the field (Knowles, et al 2011). Knowles, et al.
(2011) support the ideas that there are core principles of andragogy that will enable those designing
and leading instruction for adults to be more effective in building learning processes.
Additionally, andragogy is based on key assumptions which set it apart from pedagogy learning.
Adults learning is usually tied to one of the assumptions of andragogy such as a learners their need
to know. For example, this assumption encourages instructors to investigate ways to bridge the gap
between the learner s current position and the goals of the instruction. Secondly, Knowles, et al.
(2011) claim that adults have a strong need to be responsible for their own decisions, thereby
having a strong
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The Three Senses Of Sharks
Most predator sharks are long and round. Every shark is shaped for the type of water they live in.
Angelsharks are flat so they can hide on the sea floor.
Horn sharks have sharp spines on their backs
Megamouths have huge soft blubbery lips.
Hammerhead sharks (as said in their name) have a head shaped like a hammer, which makes them
look like a swimming T.
Sawsharks have long pointy, sharp snouts.
Large sharks, like the whale shark or the Basking shark, are as big as a bus.
Some very tiny sharks such as the pygmy shark or the Colombian lantern shark can fit on top of
your hand.
Goblin sharks has a very strange long snout like a long horn, it is said that these goblin sharks
have lived since the dinosaur age; people have found fossils of a shark similar to the goblin shark
that had lived about 125 million years ago.
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The senses are hearing, smell, lateral line, pit organs, vision, Lorenzini, touch, and taste. Sharks
have many senses that us humans do such as taste and smell, but it has special three senses that
we do not have. The lateral line, pit organs and Lorenzini are the three senses that have been
discovered in the last 10 20 years, and play an important role in how the shark behaves when
swimming around. The six senses which shark use very essentially for looking and hunting prey
prey are Smell, Eyesight, Electrosense(sense of electricity), Water Pressure, Hearing and Taste.
Two thirds of a shark s brain is devoted to smell.
Sharks can distinguish one drop of blood in a million drops of water, 1/4th of a mile away. Water
constantly flows through their nostrils, giving them olfactory information. Sharks have colour
vision and see well in dark light. It is said that sharks use the ampullae of Lorenzini as a directing
device to swim by the earth s magnetic field. The lateral line is a sense organ used to detect
movement and pulsation in the water. The sharks pit organs are used to detect temperature
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The Results Of The Election Of Donald Trump
Although the results of the 2016 presidential election contradicted months of numerous surveys
conducted by pollsters and pundits predicting a Democratic victory, it should not have been
surprising to individuals familiar with the current political science research on American politics.
Despite the some opinions that the election of Donald Trumpmarked a political watershed,
underlying factors such as partisanship, a topic with decades of research for those familiar with
American politics, ultimately resulted in the business and real estate mogul in being inaugurated as
the 45th President of the United States. Partisanship proved to be a dominant force that influenced
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In the Green s chapter How Partisan Attachment Structure Politics, the argument is made that
partisans sense that they are part of a team and thus, feel themselves to be part of the constant
competition for public support and control of government that typifies party politics (Green 219).
A counterpoint could be made by justifying that partisans may genuinely feel that their own party
s candidate has their best interests at heart . However, after controlling for evaluations of the
incumbent administration s performance, the effects of party identification still persisted (Green
219). Ultimately, party identification predicts the vote because partisans pull for their team and
the social groups that it symbolizes while at the same time rooting against the other party and its
allied social groups (Green 220). This assertion can be verified using the exit poll results from the
2016 election, taken from CNN. African Americans, a group that consistently votes for the
Democratic candidate, continued to vote for the Democratic candidate in 2016, by a 89% to 8%
margin. Furthermore, Donald Trump dominated his key demographic, uneducated white voters, by
a 66% to 29% margin ( 2016 Election Exit Polls ). This is consistent with the idea that partisans
pull for their team and the social groups it symbolizes as Barack Obama won the African American
vote by a
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The Technique Of Film Video Editing History Theory And...
In Ken Dancyger: The Technique of Film Video Editing History Theory and Practice we can
clearly see how editing has changed from the earliest films, when editing was nonexistent to a
time when the camera never moved when shooting a scene to a time where you can use
montage concepts to make a film more dynamic for the viewer. These were all different stages
editing has gone through to get to the point where can use editing as a story telling tool which is
just as important as the any other part of creating a film. Edwin. S. Porter was the man who took
the idea of editing and made it a useful tool in portraying the story in a more dynamic way. In his
1903 film, The American Fireman he used visual continuity to make is film more dynamic... Show
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He used the language of Karl Marx and Griffith to give the viewers an collective experience of
both styles of film making. He had a different way in which he edited he films which consisted of
five types of montage Metric montage This refers to how long each shot is compared to each
other, making the shot shorter decreases the time the viewer has to absorb the information
coupled with the use of close up shots makes the sequence more intense. Rhythmic montage This
refers to how the visual continuity of a scene, when the action and screen direction are moving
towards the same side. Tonal montage This refers to how tone and mood is used to determine the
emotions of the charcter on screen which can change throughout the scene. Overtonal montage
This refers to the use of rhytmic, tonal and metric montage at the same time to create the specific
effect and emotion desired by the director. Intellectual montage This refers when the director
introduces an idea in a emotional and charged scene on screen. In an interview with Walter
Murchs we discover a theory we can edit by. A theory where an action scenes needs 14 different
camera angles a minute and 4 different angles for dialogue. This will be the basis by which I will
edit my outcome film together with the other mentioned techniques. In our narrative which is about
a high school student suffering from a speech disorder, caused by social anxiety. He is trying to
overcome his awkwardness by talking to his
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Herram Delvile
The relationship between Cecilia and Mortimer Delvile is one of the most frustrating parts of the
novel. Delvile is an indecisive, self centered man who does not think about the effects that his
actions might have on another person. He is not malicious, but he is inconsiderate and he
introduces great pain into Cecilia s life. He initially confesses to her that he loves her, then ignores
her just long enough that she is able to move on from him, then comes back into her life under the
pretense of friendship, and then he leaves again. His flippant disregard for her feelings takes a toll
on Cecilia as she tries to pinpoint what kind of relationship they actually have. Delvile finally
decides that he does indeed loveher and want to be with her, so he travels to find her and suggests
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The line The joy with which he heard it...was as violent as the eagerness with which he had
sought it is especially poignant; while Delvile may love Cecilia, he is totally ignorant of how a
secret wedding will take a toll on her personal morality. The scene comments on how men often
innately brush aside female concerns because they are affected by them, nor do they want to take
the time to understand where women are coming from. Not to mention, the secret wedding is only
on the table in the first place because Delvile cannot bring himself to take Cecilia s surname as his
own, therefore taking on a traditionally female
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Controversy Of Euthanasia
Euthanasia has been one of the most controversial and debatable topics in recent years. Even
though the debate about euthanasia seems to be very complex and problematic, it is important to
analyze very deeply some problems and questions related to this issue in order to indicate adequate
solutions in terms of possible legislation. First step is to identify the proper definition of euthanasia
as an act of causing a person s deathto end unbearable pain and suffering. In addition, there are
many forms of euthanasia; categorizing those forms and highlighting the development of
understanding this concept over time, is necessary to understand, that involuntary euthanasia is
unacceptable as it violets the basic human rights. and different negative... Show more content on
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In fact, according to a recent poll almost 42% of surveyed supported euthanasia and 37%
opposed (Fig 1). A lot of controversy surrounding this issue stems from the fact that euthanasia
has been analyzed not only from juridical perspective, whether or not it should be legal, but also
from various medical, social, philosophical, religious points of view. The topic seems to be
extremely relevant not only because it is related to the basic principles of society regarding life
and death, but also it affects every person, especially who suffers from a terminal illness. This
study tries to indicate possible solutions for some questions related to euthanasia in order to show
that in many cases euthanasia can be avoided by adequate treatment and that proper and clearly
legislation is necessary to protect patients. For the purpose of this paper, euthanasia can be defined
as conduct that brings about an easy and painless death for persons suffering from an incurable or
painful disease or condition (Muckart, Gopalan, Hardcastle, Hodgson, McQuoid Mason, 2014, p.
259). Even though the issue of proper definition of euthanasia is still debatable, the question of
classification of euthanasia seems to be less problematic. In fact, many scholars agree that
euthanasia may be classified as voluntary (because of the will), non voluntary (without specific
will), involuntary (against the will) and divided according to active (use of lethal substances) and
passive options (termination of treatment). Euthanasia differs also from assisted suicide. The former
means to help someone to die, the latter means to help a person kill him or
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Bullying In Workplace
This paper addresses, the issues with bullying in the workplace. It goes into detail about what
bullying is, how it affects the workplace, a company that has had issues with bullying, and finally
what a company can do to make sure does not occur.
Bullying
In this paper, I will address the issue of bullying in the workplace. I will define bullying, how
bullying affects their workers, also address a company that has had issues with bullying, finally
what steps a company can take to make sure their employees have a bully free workplace.
Bullying
Bullying can be found in any job. Bullying is a malicious attack on a person, it can include name
calling, gossiping about someone, or maybe even false work reports. It can be so extreme that it
can stress an employee out to the point that can become physically or mentally ill (Ehrenkranz,
2016). Bullying can come from anyone within a company from a co worker, to a member of
management.
How it affects the workplace
Bullying can affect employees in many ways it can cause depression which could lead to even
more serious issues such as suicidal thoughts and actions, job performance can decrease, and
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According to an article in Mic.com the report states that many employees have had bouts of
depression and thoughts of suicide(Ehrenkranz, M. (2016, 09 21)., in 2012 an employee wrote a
six page document, named My 95 things I change, would which was delivered to most employee
inboxes, and slipped under the management s door it talks about discrimination and bullying within
the Apple company, then in April 2016 a 25 year old software engineer at Apple committed suicide
at the Apple Cupertino, California campus (Ehrenkranz, M. (2016, 09
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How Media Affects Women
Our body is what makes us who we are. Everyone is special due to physical traits. Even though
everyone has an opinion about what his or her perfect body would be, changing one s personal
characteristics would take away from an individual. Do you ever look in the mirror and wonder
to yourself, Am I good enough for everyone? Are my arms too fat? Does my face has too much
acne? Do my clothes show my muffin top? Well, you aren t alone. Many women struggle with body
image. Rae Smith quotes There is nothing wrong with your body, but there is a lot wrong with the
messages which try to convince you otherwise. Women feel self conscious due to the media. The
media pressure women to be overly concerned with their bodies. Media affected women
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People who accept the way they look and feel is positive body image thinking (Anasagar). The
more you accept your body the more confident you feel. Many ways to improve body image are:
get pro help, trust someone to talk to, think differently, and be around supportive people. When
girls take a positive approach, their bodies image is less affected by views appearance media. In
today s society it s hard to stay away from the media, but what is possible is to not be offended by
the media. Stay positive the whole time no matter how hard it will be. Clothes is a big thing too!
Wear what you want, it s your life, your body. Wear the lowest clothing to the tightest whatever your
heart desires.
As you can see body image is a big deal. It s a shame for the media to pressure women into
changing their body. Women should be proud and confident of their body, no matter what size.
The more we have media discriminate women, the more the don t appreciate their body. The more
we worship media to show us the way to be perfect, the more we discriminate our
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The Role Of Women In America
In July 1848, the Seneca Falls Convention, held by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott,
became the first meeting to be held on behalf of women s rights. It was at this convention that the
Declaration of Sentiments was drafted, and modeled after the Declaration of Independence by
asserting the equality of men and women throughout the document. This was to show that men
were not the only one who had the right to equality, but also woman. At the time, not everyone,
even women, believe in the the idea of women being equal to men because in this century it was
believe women were fragile creatures who only live within the domestic and social sphere. Within
the past few decades the role of women in America changed dramatically; they have right to vote, to
education, to work, etc. Yet substantial inequalities remain between women and men.
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Why Lying Is A Common Behavior
Reasons for lying Lying is a common behavior in today s society. But ever since we were young
we were shunned away from telling lies and were taught that we should be truthful. Why is it that
lying was immoral, but then as we grow up we drift away from that lesson? Many can say that we
are cowards who hide behind our lies. Today there exists a white liewhich states that you are
telling a lie to help someone. Why do we teach our kids that lying is bad when adults lie all the
time? In the quote Nancy Farmer compares the liars to rats who are cowards that hides and runs
around in dark places because looking at the word lying it can give off a vibe of a dark and
lonely place. Just like rats who runs and hides in dark places, liars are basically hiding behind
the shadows and living alone in their lie. From the quote I agree and disagree with the quote,
where I agreed with the quote that liars are basically rats who hides and run from the truth, they
don t care if it s unpleasant to others and see lying as an escape route from trouble. Where I
disagree is they can t be called cowards because they might be telling a white lie and instead of
being unpleasant, it can actually help the person that is receiving the lie.
Getting told a lie is a very unpleasant feeling for some while for others. They have a stronger
mentality and can withstand being told a lie. Personally in my opinion, being told a lie makes one
feel as if they can t trust the person anymore due to the fact that they
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Famous Informative Speech
1.What was your favorite TV show when growing up?
Growing up I LOVED One Tree Hill I watched it beginning to end (9 seasons) over 10 or 11 times.
One Tree Hill is my die hard show.
2.What was your childhood nickname?
I m one of the few people in the world who s never had a nickname. There isn t a shortened version
of the name Sierra.
That said, it s not very nice, but sometimes my family calls me Boohoo Baby. I am the youngest of
5, with 4 older brothers, and when I was around 3 or 4 my family and I went on a snow trip. We
went sledding and I apparently didn t like the cold, so I cried the entire time ruining the trip for my
brothers. So Boohoo Baby became my nickname.
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I know how to play the guitar, but I m mostly a singer.
4.How do you recharge?
My favorite way to relax is to come home and watch TV. I ve also started crocheting it s a great
way to de stress.
5.What, if anything, have you ever re gifted?
I ve re gifted a lot of my clothes to my fiancГ© s little sister.
6.What would a perfect day look like for you?
The perfect day would entail waking up early and going to the zoo followed by brunch with my
fiancГ©, and spending time with my mom and family.
7.If you could have any one superpower, which would you choose?
I would be an empath; it s the power to control other people s emotions. I like that superpower
better than mind control because you re not making people do things that they don t want to do.
8.Have you ever had a poem or song written about you?
Yes. My fiancГ© proposed to me by writing me a poem. In his journal he wrote a poem that was
also a scavenger hunt with riddles. At the end of the scavenger hunt, the riddles lead me to him,
where he was waiting with a ring. It was a great proposal!
9.What is the oldest pair of shoes in your closet?
I am a shoe hoarder! My oldest pair of shoes are from high school and they re about 10 years old.
They are a pair of hot pink knock off Toms that I still rock on the
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Dual Diagnosis Essay
Recent evidence suggests that amongst mental health and substance misuse service users (dual
diagnosis) there have been increased cases of violent and aggressive behaviour. Crome et al. (2009)
maintain that dual diagnosis, service users present with challenging behaviour. Schizophrenia,
bipolar affective disorder, autism, Asperger s, personality and mood disorder are some of the
mental healthproblems exhibited by the patients within a dual diagnosis unit. Erkiran et al. (2006),
Hoaken and Stewart (2003) and O Hare et al. (2004) indicated that the continued use of substance
increase challenging behaviour presented by dual diagnosis, service users. Banerjee et al. (2002)
maintain that agitation, violent and aggressive actions are some of the problems that dual
diagnosis, service users will present with.
Violence and aggression refer to the manifestation of numerous behaviours (physical, verbal) that
may cause injury or harm to others, (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE,
2015). The violent and aggressive behaviour are aimed towards themselves (patients), staff,
properties, visitors and other service users. In England between 2013 and 2014, it was reported
that 68,683 attacks took place on the staff, 69% in mental health settings, (NICE, 2015). To
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Addressing numerous methods staff can employ to promote positive behaviour will follow these.
My responsibility as a worker researcher will be to show an awareness in improving outcomes by
changing working practices hence minimising repeated work based harm. This study will,
therefore, be beneficial in equipping and providing me with the adequate knowledge and expertise.
This will enable me to ensure appropriate support to the service users under my care. It will further
offer me with better working relationships with staff and service
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Medical Devices Are Needed For Modern Medicine
I.Introduction: Medical devices used generally in hospitals, are the articles used in treating health
related issues e.g., a disease in humans or in animals with the purpose of curing them from the
health problem. These medical devices are needed for modern medicine as they perform many
patient monitoring and management functions. Such medical device is called implantable if it is
partially or totally introduced into the human body or placed on the surface of the body. In recent
years, implantable medical devices have been advanced through developments in science and
engineering, as well as in microelectronics, and biotechnology. Implantable Medical Devices
(IMDs) are mostly used to monitor and help treat medical conditions. These include pacemakers,
implantable cardiac defibrillators (ICDs), neuro stimulators and drug delivery systems, which
help in managing many diseases [1] and thus provide substantial improvement in healthcare by
saving innumerable lives. They help to achieve the vision of pervasive healthcare that is used for
identification, monitoring, and treatment of patients. Therefore, these devices have already
been deployed in the body of many patients. The use of IMDs for monitoring is expected to be
grown further in the future. In 2005, the number of insulin pump users was nearly 245,000 and
the growing rate that is expected for the insulin pump market is 9% from 2009 to 2016 [15]. In
[16], as reported by Hanna et al., there are 25 million patients using
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In Flander s Field Analysis
World War I was very dark period, with lots of deaths that left veterans with shellshock .
Many families lost their beloved ones. The Canadian poet John McCrae s poem ( In Flander s
Field) , encourages the new soldiers to continue the war after World War I, so the old soldiers
wouldn t have died for nothing. It s a poem of remembrance , for the people not to forget the
effort of the dead ones and to take over their mission. The poem is written by the dead soldier s
point of view, in a cemetery, In Flanders Fields. This poem encouraged World WarII ; caused many
people to take a place in the war in order to honor the efforts of the dead.
John McCrae starts off the poem with a very peaceful tone, in the first stanza describing In Flanders
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Social Labeling Theory Essay
Labeling theory emerged during the mid 1960s and into the early 1970s due to the United States
experiencing a rapid social change caused by economic and political conflict. Labeling theory
focuses on the role social labeling has on the development of crime and deviance. The theory
stresses how an individual who has been labeled as deviant from societal norms might initiate them
to continue their involvement in crimeand deviance. Deviant behavior can be defined as conduct
that is disapproved by the public and is typically subject to some form of sanction. In simpler terms,
deviant behavior is socially constructed.
The roots of labeling theory can be traced back as early as 1902 to Cooley s looking glass theory on
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This concept referred to formal sanctions. It defined the youth s behavior as evil and extended to
the individual involved, characterizing him or her as evil too (Johannes Knutsson, 1977). Mead
was an innovator of symbolic interactionism and believed an individual s self awareness was
created through interaction with their environment. Theorist Edwin Lemert further developed this
idea by explaining how labeling affects criminality and recidivism among those who are categorized
as deviant. His theoretical approach distinguishes between primary and secondary deviance.
Primary deviance referred to individuals who commit nonviolent behaviors, sometimes referred to
as rule breakers. It should be noted that an individual does not reach this level of primary deviance
unless they are caught and labeled. When an individual is stigmatized and treated as deviant, they
began to identity themselves with groups who also labeled, resulting in them adjusting their
behavior to fit this identity as deviant. For Lemert, secondary deviance exists when an individual
chooses to accept and employ to their deviant status, committing more frequently and more violent
crimes. However, criminologists began to
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J. P. Morgan s Robber Baron
Like any other Robber Baron during the late 1800 s, J.P. Morgan was no different. He controlled
finance and industrial consolidation and was well known for being a banker. Credited for being
one of the few to shape the U.S., Morgan did have a lust of power and greed, but that doesn t
stop him from being America s leading businessman. His impact goes as far as the present with
the many companies he created. John Pierpont J.P. Morgan was born to a New England family on
April 17, 1837, in Hartford, Connecticut, being in a well known family. James Pierpoint was one of
the founders of Yale University, his grandfather founded the Aetna Insurance Company, and his
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But still, during the late 1800 s, much of the country s industries fell into powerful business
leaders, including Morgan. He was criticized by everyone for a couple of reasons: he created
monopolies by making it difficult for any business to compete against his known as
Morganization; even though he was responsible for leading them out of the 1907 financial crisis,
he was also claimed by muckraking journalists that he manipulated the nation s financial system for
his own gain, as thousands of workers die in his steel factories, and suffered higher casualties than
even the Civil war. This earned Morgan the occasional distrust of the federal government as well.
But those reasons didn t stop him to be a man who ended up industrializing America with his vast,
growing, and substantial companies and financial expertise that just saved the railroads and
subdued the country s financial panics. If he also had not fought alongside with Thomas Edison
with their DC (Direct Current) against Tesla and Westinghouse s AC (Alternating Current
), the way
we use electricity wouldn t be the same today.
In conclusion, J.P. Morgan is considered more of a Captain of Industry for today s modern age than
a robber baron. America would have been a whole different country without his contributions
towards society, especially if he didn t start the many companies and industries during his
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Conflictism In Franz Kafka s A Hunger Artist
In Franz Kafka s short story, A Hunger Artist the author introduces the Hunger Artist as the
protagonist. The protagonist is a professional faster; he fasts to prove he is the best. The conflict
of the story consists of Man versus society, in this case the Hunger Artist serves as Man and his
audience serves as society. The conflict starts because the audience does not understand the reason
why the Hunger Artists fasts. Eventually the audience loses interest because the Hunger Artist is no
longer in fashion. Due to the loss of interest, the Hunger Artist starts to struggle with his pride
trying to explain to his audience why he fasts, so he decides to set a fasting record, which
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The two realities, what is and what others think, created a mockery between the circus audience
and the Hunger Artist. He wanted his work to be legitimate, but still had to obey his manger and
audience s demands. According to Kafka, It was impossible to fight against this lack of
understanding, against this world of misunderstanding. This means that the more attention the
Hunger Artist received, the more difficult it was for society to understand the meaning behind his
actions. Consequently, he would never be able to achieve the goals he hoped for. During his stay
at the circus no one believed that the Hunger Artist could fast for a long time. The audience
eventually got tired of seeing someone just sit and fast for entertainment. The audience wanted to
witness something more exciting, which led to his replacement, a tiger. ...People got used to the
strange notion that in these times they would want to pay attention to a hunger artist, and with
this habitual awareness the judgment on him was pronounced. He might fast as well as he could
and he did but nothing could save him anymore. People went straight past him. (Kafka)
Eventually, his art was practically going to waste. It is not that the audience did not like him, his
art was amusing, and he was simply becoming a freak show. As stated by Jstor.org, During his
fasts, the hunger artist is observed by relays of watchers whose task is to see that he does
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Democracy And The Right Of Voting
Democracy
Democracy is a generic term and every mature person living in today s world is familiar with it.
Democracy is a topic of debate now a days and most of the research about it has already been
conducted through surveys and choices of people. Democracy is a system that assures the people s
part in taking decisions of state and political affairs through the right of voting. The generic
definition and concepts of democracy are easy accessible on many websites online. Democracy is
a on which almost 70% of the research is already done and further research is mostly taken in order
to check the shifting choices of the people.
Mostly the new generations are more attracted towards the concept of democracy and many
organizations tend to analyze the changing behavior of people. The generic data about democracy
on the internet has also explains it very well. According to the generic data found on internet
democracy can also be defined as the government by the people . The government is supposed to
be made with the majority voting of the people and people are free to vote any candidate of their
own choice in a democratic country. (Building)
The democratic countries give power of choice to their people so that the decision of the people
should be made a supreme decision as the rulers supposed to rule on them and the people should
have the right to select their rulers freely. Democracy in countries is dependent upon many factors
and the main factor stood as the active
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The Ten Points Of Financial Stability
The Ten Points Of Financial Stability.
Christina Coffman
07/22/15
1. Definition
2. My interpretation
3. How to
4. Habits
5. Getting rid of debt
6. Benefits of being financially stable
7. What could happens without financially stability?
8. Prime example : Great Depression
9. Are you financially stable?
10. Financial security
Financial stability is when your financial plan and system is resistant to economic shocks, it
means to be able to manage risks and your arrangement of payments accordingly to your living or
lifestyle; it is a widely discussed issue in today s economy. Financial stability is not a number or
class, it s a state of mind; It s a sense of comfort or security. Someone that is financially stable won t
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In my opinion, financial stability is being able to exceed that cost. A person should be able to live
within there means and still save money for later, that is financial stability to me. It means more
than just paying your bills and expenses because what if, one day your whole entire house burns
down as well as all of your beloved belongings? Are you going to be positive that you and your
family will be okay? It all comes down to being prepared for financial curve balls, because you
never know what could happen; life sure does know how to surprise us. I feel like if you re able to
get all of your needs taken care of, still be able to do something s that you want and plan for your
future ( put money away for savings) then you re living right. It may not always be the easiest
thing to do or conquer, but it s a goal most everyone is trying to reach. Having to worry about
how you and your family are going to survive is a stressful and scary feeling that I m sure no one
wants to feel.
A good question is how does a person acquire financial stability? In my opinion, one of the main
reasons so many people are financially unstable is because they can afford there lifestyle. If you
work at McDonald s a Mercedes Benz might be slightly out of your reach. I believe that a person
that could acquire financial stability if they were realistic with the lifestyle that they want to live
and the amount of money that they make. With that being the first step I
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Essay on New Albany Shale
Illinois Basin Structure
The Illinois Basin lies across Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky, and it has a oval like structural
depression in southeastern Illinois. The Illinois Basin is classified as an intracratonic basin (Bois
and Pelet 1982). The Illinois Basin began as a rift complex which eventually failed, the New
Madrid fault is associated with this rifting (Hasenmueller and Comer 1994). The depositional
thickness of the New Albany Shale was strongly affected by the regional down warping in
southeastern Illinois (Lineback 1980). The Illinois basin is separated from the Michigan basin by
the Kankakee arch, which is located primarily in Indiana (Nelson 1995). To the South East lies the
Cincinnati arch (Nelson 1995). In central and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Genevieve Fault Zone (Hasenmueller and Comer 1994). During the Devonian while the New
Albany Shale was being deposited, the Sangamon Arch was active causing the New Albany Shale to
thin out (Hasenmueller and Comer 1994). The Media Anticline was also active during the time of
deposition, this can be seen by the thinning across the structure while there is no thinning on older
strata (Hasenmueller and Comer 1994). The Mount Carmel Fault is a normal fault that trends
northwest and has seismic data that indicates it reaches the basement (Hasenmueller and Comer
1994).
(Barrows and Cluff 1980)
Stratigraphy
The New Albany Shale is a body of rock in the Illinois Basin that is mostly shale that ranges from
brownish black shale that is organic rich to gray or greenish gray organic poor shale (Linback
1980). There are thirteen main strata that comprise the New Albany shale and that includes the
Blocher Shale, the Sylamore Sandstone, The Selmier Shale, the Sweetland Creek Shale, the Grassy
Creek Shale, the Morgan Trail member, the Morgan Trail member, the Camp Run member, the
Clegg Creek member, the Saverton Shale, the Louisiana Limestone, The Horton Creek Shale, and
the Hannibal Shale (Lineback 1980). These sub groups that range lithologies of calcareous shale or
dolomitic (Lineback 1980).
The Blocher Shale is characterized by its calcareous and dolomitic black shales texture that grades
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How Trade Policies Affect Economic Growth And Development
One puzzle of the world economy is that... Why are some countries so much richer than other? Or
to put it differently, why have some economies per capita income been growing at faster rates than
others? Most likely, there are numerous factors that play a role. This essay is an attempt to
enumerate and discuss at least some factors. A satisfactory understanding of economic growth also
requires an appreciation of how countries interact with each other, because countries income levels
are interdependent. Trade policies help foster these interactions between countries (and businesses).
The question of how trade policies affect economic growth and development has become a
controversial topic. After World War 2, colonial areas that gained independence after the war
believed they could reach higher income levels like their former colonizer only through rapid
government controlled industrialization. Many developing countries adopted measures intended to
reduce their independence on the export of primary goods (such as coffee, copper, and wheat).
The justification for such policies came from a belief that demand of primary goods to
manufactures would decline in the future due to technological progress in developed countries.
This idea came to be known as the Singer Prebisch Hypothesis. In other words, countries which rely
on exports of agricultural products would eventually grow less quickly than other countries whose
main exports were manufactured goods. Hence, the key to economic
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Character Development Of Old Tallow And Omakayas In The...
Paper 2 Character development plays a vital role in stories to create a developing plot. In many
books, it is common to see a relationship between two characters blossom as the story progresses.
Evidence of this can be seen in The Birchbark House between two main characters, Omakayas and
Old Tallow. From the beginning of the story, Omakayas feels a sense of connection with Old
Tallow, but she is not able to pinpoint what exactly makes that connection between the two so
strong. Through life experiences, maturity, and a sense of affection, Old Tallow and Omakayas s
relationship grows continually throughout the novel. These interactions between the two helps the
reader understand the role that Omakayas learns to embrace and flourish in in her community as
she takes on the crucial role of the healer, as well as the steps it took to get there. The Birchbark
House is not necessarily an action driven book, but one that focuses on the life experience that the
community faces together. Omakayas and Old Tallow both face hardships throughout the novel, but
they don t face them alone. One of the most substantial life experiences that the two faces together
is the visitor. On page 142 we see this devastating event take place. One quote that sums up the
catastrophic impact of the event is found on page 142 and states, Indeed, what happened changed
the way Omakayas and her familylived from there on. On this page, we find out that the visitor
was a voyageur who appeared to be rather
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Computers And Conscious Problem Solving Essay
A. Studying Memory
a. Memory The persistence of learning over time through the encoding, storage, and retrieval of
information.
I. Memory Models
a. Information processing models are analogies that compare human memory to a computer s
operations.
b. To remember any event, we must:
get information into our brain, encoding
retain that information, storage
later get the information back out, retrieval
c. Encoding The processing of information into the memory system for example, by extracting
meaning.
d. Storage The process of retaining encoded information over time.
e. Retrieval The process of getting information out of memory storage.
f. Parallel Processing The processing of many aspects of a problem simultaneously; the brain s
natural mode of information processing for many functions. Contrasts with the step by step (serial)
processing of most computers and of conscious problem solving.
g. We can explain our memory forming process with three stages:
1. We first record to be remembered information as a fleeting sensory memory.
2. From there, we process information into short term memory. where we encode it through
rehearsal.
3. Finally, information moves into long term memory for later retrieval.
h. Sensory Memory The immediate, very brief recording of sensory information in the memory
system.
i. Short term memory Activated memory that holds a few items briefly, such as the seven digits of a
phone number while dialing, before the information is stored or forgotten.
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Sexual Revolution In Bob And Carol And Alice
With the film Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice dealing with sexual exploration and ultimately the
potential of an orgy, looking at the sexual revolution became especially important. The sexual
revolution redefined exploring one s sexuality, and encouraged a new way to look at our bodies
and sex. One of the greatest influences leading to the sexual revolution was the feminist movement,
which redefined women s roles in society. Women were pushing for control over their bodies, and
presented a newfound attitude of wanting sex for enjoyment rather than just to procreate.
Furthermore, with the Pill becoming approved for contraceptive use in the 1960s, women could
now have sex without the fear of getting pregnant. This caused fear for men as now having
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Essay about The Unique Similarities Between Taste and Sight
Of the five senses that humans employ in everyday life, taste and sight are two of the more
interesting senses. They are continually developed throughout our entire lives and we are exposed
to new sights and tastes everyday. Many people think that our senses are all unique and independent
of each other, but tasteand sight are surprising similar in many aspects, such as their development.
Not only are taste and sight developed similarly, but they are also affected by familiarity,
socialization, and memory. Although many people in the world believe that all our senses are
different in function and development, taste and sight have a unique connection between the two
senses that makes them very similar.
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Their taste in food is clearly based on socialization, creating a diet that would maximize their
performance at the job they performed on a day to day basis. Sight also has a large association
with familiarity. Many of the everyday things that humans see in the world do not surprise them
at all, as they have seen those things throughout their whole lives. Some images and objects,
however, invoke many emotions from a person, such as anger or fear. Humans, therefore, try to
see only things that they are familiar with. Most humans do not want to see images of war,
poverty, death or destruction, and they, therefore, try to steer clear of such images. As Thomas
Gray once said, ignorance is bliss, which allows humans to block out disturbing images in order to
make them feel happier and more secure about their lives with the images they are familiar with.
Socialization also plays a large part of our sense of sight as humans. During infancy is when the
majority of our learning takes place and our sense of sight is no exception. Babies learn from the
area and culture that they are born into, which affects their visual perception of the world. People
born into the culture of third world countries become more accustomed to seeing things like
poverty and war, while many people in first world countries would be unfamiliar with those images.
Being familiar with a
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Tupac Shakur Is Still Alive Essay
Tupac Shakur Is Still Alive nbsp; nbsp; nbsp; nbsp; nbsp;On September 7, 1996, Tupac Amaru
Shakur was riding in the passenger side of a black BMW driven by Marion Suge Knight,
president of Death Row Records. Tupac and Suge had just finished watching Mike Tyson defeat
Bruce Seldon at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tupac was standing up through the
sunroof while the car was stopped at a traffic light. The Cadillac containing the gunmen passed an
entourage of Tupac s allies, many of them bodyguards. Four unidentified men pulled alongside
Suge s car, fired 13 rounds, and sped away. No one gives chase and there were no witnesses on the
street. How come? Why not, especially after a heavyweight fight? Tupac was shot in multiple places
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Suge Knight released a statement that in an interview that after the shooting occurred, 2Pac was
awake and making conversation in the vehicle. Apparently, Suge was trying to find a hospital
and 2Pac laughed before saying, Why are you taking me to the hospital, you re the one who got
shot in the head. Perhaps the most pressing piece of evidence that he is still alive isn t what has
been said, but has remained unsaid. Time magazine reports that police spokesman Phil Roland
said, We re puzzled that his whole entourage had their heads turned and didn t see anything.
nbsp; nbsp; nbsp; nbsp; nbsp;Actions have been taken that lead us to presume that 2Pac has to
still be alive. A majority of these actions were taken by 2Pac himself. In interviews prior to the
shooting, he discussed how he wanted to stop rapping, being a gangster, and step out of the
limelight. Approximately one month before the shooting occurred, Tupac recorded a new video
for the song I Ain t Mad At Cha. In this video, 2Pac walks out of a Las Vegas club and is shot
much in the manner of how his death had really occurred. He dies in the ambulance and goes to
heaven. Is the fact that the September 7th shooting closely resembles his video extremely
coincidental or was it planned? Also, while on the subject of videos, in the video To Live and Die
in L.A. he wore a pair of the new Jordan s before they even came out. Tupac s name change also
leads one to believe his death has been faked.
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Kurdish Genocide
Abstract The initiation of the 1980s Turkish Martial Law gave rise and effect to the oppression and
unchecked legislative actions of the Turkish government against a member of its minority
population, Kurdish citizens. This paper provides a critical analysis of Turkish state political
violence towards is Kurdish minority population post 1980. The analysis provides and examination
of the Turkifying methods used to dissolve Kurdish identity and assimilate citizens of the state to
Turkish identities. The assimilation methods and practices led to to human rights violations
conducted by the Turkish government and overlooked by the international community. State
induced violence topics of discussion include: Kurdish citizen abductions (state disappearances ),
state authorized torture, the examination of the parameters for Legal Decree 430, state detention
facilities and response to Kurdish citizen resistance. The conclusive evidence provided in this
analysis identifies the Turkish State agenda for state nationalism without respect to civil liberties or
international human rights law post 1980. Keywords: Turkification, Kurdish Genocide, State
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This paper will critically analyze the idea of culture identity genocide through the case study of
Turkish state violence against Kurdish identity post 1980. This identity assimilation, or cultural
assassination, is examined through the repressive political strategies and implementations brought
about by the enactment of Turkish Martial Law in 1980. This Emergency Legislation gave rise to
organized Turkish state security forces and repeated violations of international human rights law.
1980 Emergency
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Descriptive Essay About Color Green
I dipped my feet in as the water splashed it my face. The wind was calm but the current was
strong and fast. When the current kicked in, it hit some rocks and all the water came splashing
towards me. The water was everywhere. As a little kid, when my mom and dad didn t have to
work so much, we would spend hours sitting at the edge of the grass dipping our feet into the
river. We would have picnics and go fishing but that s when I was young and now it feels like my
family is splitting apart. I barely ever get to see my parents anymore and I m the only child. The
only time I ever see my parents is dinner. They just ask me questions like, How is school? How
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The police officer tried to calm me down, but it was so much stress. I had just witness a scene
when there was a trd ages, and that was not on my list. 20 minutes later, squad teams showed up.
People with boats, going in the water to find the body. Police officers checking out the premises.
Ambulances ready, and the police officer that drove past my house when this all happened, he
tried to calm me down and ask me questions. My name s Officer Ben. So what happened? I just
stood there in shock, like really, can t you see i m speechless right now? I was thinking. My feet
we dangling in the water, and when I lift them up, I paused. I swallowed really heard. Then I
heard the scream of help. Then I got the chills and the word came out really unclearly, as I
looked down. Then I looked up, and he was taking notes. To me that s not note worthy. It seemed
like miles away squad teams were we parked and rushing down streets. I could hear yelling, then
almost everyone ran down the path next to the river. Ambulance rode as fast as they could.
Officer Ben stayed with me. Whats going on? Why Is everyone running that way? I questioned
curious. Now why don t you take your mind of all of this and just relax. Take all of the stress of
your mind. Officer Ben said softly. How can I take all of this of my mind. The voice connected to
me. I hope this person is alive. I thought in my head. I did not want to say everything out loud to
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The Role Of The Working Women
Professionalism and employment were once held as an allegation only for men. While men were
working, women were sought out to be innocent and compassionate housewives; only caring for
their homes and families rather than labouring. Throughout history the role of the working women
has progressed drastically, however, the dainty and caring presentation of a womanstill remains to
be a flaw. This flaw has built the fundamental depiction of women in films and television, especially
within the workforce such as espionage. Although espionage is considered a treacherous,
exhilarating, and uncommon profession for women, it has developed into a profession with a
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Her stealthy disguise as an exotic dancer was used to an advantage to be a temptress and seduce
information from male prey. Although women of this time were portrayed as a stay at home
mothers, there were women like Mata Hari who was out on the field making the known title of a
powerful female who is now considered a cultural icon. Mata Hari was very successful at her job,
however, to this day women are being portrayed similarly to this character with this sexual
depiction. Women worked harder than being remembered for their appearance rather, as mentioned
by Tammy Proctor in Female Intelligence: Women and Espionage in the First World War: In
contrast to popular myth, many women who assumed dangerous jobs in the field worked as soldier
not seductresses
The reoccurring motif of the femme fatal spy has been overdone throughout centuries of media
and entertainment. Movies such as The Avengers (1998), Salt (2010), or the Austin Powers
trilogy contain overly sexualized female spies; usually the sidekick. These females although
portrayed as risk takers and vigorous seem to all play the role of seductresses at one point within
their films. For instances, character Foxy Cleopatra in Austin Powers Gold Member is seen
dressed in little to no clothing using her appearance to get closer to the main antagonist Dr Evil.
However, in contrast to the typical role of women in the fictional world of espionage, the film Spy
(2015) directed by Paul Feig depicts the
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Personal Narrative-Paideia Research Paper
As it melts in a small saucepan over the flame of the sideburner of the grill in my backyard, it
takes on a swirling chromatic luster, like a reflective puddle of gasoline, until all four pounds
have be en converted into liquid. It had arrived in my mailbox as two unassuming hunks of gray
metal. The original brick must have cracked during transit because the metal exposed along the
jigsaw split was bright silver, not the duller shade of the top and bottom faces. My friends and I
had no practical intentions, however, we were at the start of a pretty cool project, and one I
would like to share as my topic for Paideia. Bismuth, the eighty third element on the periodic
table, is a gray, negligibly radioactive metal that is slightly less dense than silver. You ve probably
seen it, sitting idly inside small bins in museum gift shops, or hanging on earrings, necklaces, or
bracelets, or even in a brand of over the counter gastrointestinal aids. In most of these contexts, it
takes the form of intricate geometric crystals, in stairstep patterns of inlaid... Show more content on
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Bismuth s melting point 271В°C is low enough that it can be easily melted over a stove or hot
plate, or a sideburner, in our case. After it melted completely, we skimmed the impurities, now
floating, from the surface of the liquid, and watched as a thin layer of oxide formed over the
exposed plane of molten metal. We turned of the heat, and waited for the metal to begin solidifying.
Five minutes elapsed, and the bismuth resembled the cracked surface of a frozen pond. At that
point. the crystals were mostly formed, almost touching the bottom of the pan. We had to jostle the
floating sheet with a fork to prevent them from setting completely, which would render them
impossible to remove cleanly (but we had to be cautious not to damage or further fragment the
crystals that are almost ready to be
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The Punic Wars In Ancient Rome
Rome was a small city that was founded at around 754 B.C.E in central Italy. In the 3rd century,
had to deal with some people that included the Confederations of Celtic tribes. To the south of
Rome was a trading center that was owned by the Carthaginians. There were trading ports and
settlements all over the central and western Mediterranean. The growing and regional powers in
Sicily by the Carthaginian worlds caused the clash between them and Rome. There were three
major wars called the Punic wars. There was an unsuccessful march of Hannibal over the Alps
whose aim was to invade Italy. The Greeks and Roman affairs were quite tough. The Romans
adopted some of the Greek culture. In the east, Rome actively interacted with the Hellenistic
kingdoms
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Essay on Ellen Foster
Ellen Foster
Ellen Foster is the compelling story of a young girl who is thrust into reality at a very early age.
Written by Kaye Gibbons, the novel is a documentary of the saga of growing up. It is a recurring
theme, growing up, depicted through many events over the course of this girl^s childhood. This
growing up theme is evident through the experiences she has, as well as the many hardships she
faces.
Ellen^s awkward situation of two dead parents forces her to lose her innocence at a young age, and
mature much faster than any other person her age. This is shown through her in depth
observations about the world and people around her, such as ^He was a big wind up doll of a man.^
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Equally important in growing up are friendship, prejudice, and death, all of which are present in the
childhood of Ellen
Foster. Her friendship with a black girl named Starletta is a subject of much controversy. Not
controversy with other people, but controversy within Ellen^s own mind. Her feelings towards
her best friends are contorted by society^s acceptance of other races. This is a common thing
among younger people. Not necessarily among races, but more along the lines of good kids
versus bad kids. Society^s perception of who^s good and who^s bad really affects a child^s
perception of who they should or shouldn^t be seen with. Ellen at the beginning of the book is
somewhat ashamed of Starletta, because she eats dirt, and also feels sorry for her because she
only has a one room house, and doesn^t even have an ^inside the house^ toilet. As the story
progresses,
Ellen^s opinions twist and turn until she reaches the conclusion ^If they could fight a war over how
I^m supposed to think about her then
I^m obligated to do it.^ This is evidence for her evolution as a person, or growing up. Her views
of the world mature at a young age, as does she. Work is also an important part of growing up.
Ellen gets her first taste of real manual labor when she moves in with her grandmother, who feels a
deep resentment for Ellen, because she blames
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Suicide or a Well-Reasoned End of Life Decision
Case Study 2: Suicide or Well Reasoned End of Life Decision?
In the case of Jason, the 38 year old gay man with AIDS who is considering a rational suicide,
there are several ethical and legal issues that the counselor has to consider in order to effectively
continue to treat the client. Jason has disclosed to his counselor that he was considering to stop
taking his medications which will ultimately end his life. Upon receiving this information from the
client , the counselor has to now consider if he or she has any personal, moral issues, or spiritual
belief system about the end of life decisions that might conflict with what the client has decided.
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This will ensure his autonomy in the matter and ultimately in his end of life decision. Jason has
been estranged from his family for over a decade and his only social support are the people at he
HIV support group. The counselor can try to explore with Jason the possibility of trying to
reconnecting with his family. If he is receptive to the idea, she can probably, with his consent,
assist him in getting in touch with them. Hopefully, they will be as receptive and want to
reconcile. The counselor does not want to do any thing will further depress and stress the client
and will must honor the client s wishes. The issue of confidentially may factor in here. If the
terminally ill client decides to hasten his or her death, the counselor has an option to either adhere
or to break confidentiality depending on the situation and the law of the state in which he or she
is practicing in. ( Standard A.9.c ) In this particular situation, if the counselor feels that Jason
would probably benefit from consulting with his physician and she consults with her supervisor
she will be with the code of ethics to do so. In the state of Florida, according to the Florida Mental
Health Law manual, the counselor has to try to assess the probability that his or her client will
commit suicide and decide how to act . (p.177). The important thing here the counselor s
documentation of actions in case there are any liability suit filed against
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Biological Diversity Found On Earth
Speciation accounts for the remarkable biological diversity found on earth. However, it has been
extremely difficult to conclusively demonstrate in mockingbirds. Remote oceanic islands have long
been recognized as natural models for the study of evolutionary processes involved in
diversification and speciation. Their remoteness and susceptibility to catastrophic disturbances by
invasive species provide opportunities for colonization and divergence of populations through
isolation, making islands fantastic study plots of diversification and speciation. Groups of islands
may share a closely similar geological history and comparable climate, but due to these subtly
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Problematically, these characteristics are often under selection and can be inappropriate or
misleading. For example, island forms may experience more rapid evolution in response to
heightened genetic drift or natural selection due to small population sizes, lack or absence of
interspecific competition, exploitation of new niches, and other evolutionary possibilities opened
by island ecosystems (e.g. Carlquist 1965, 1974, Lack 1976). These scenarios could potentially
explain why so many island species frequently pose such challenges in taxonomic classification.
Another problem in regard to Galapagos mockingbird classification emerges out of the fact that
only one form or species is found on any single island and the relative contributions of selection and
drift to differentiation remain unclear. My objective is to provide evidence for evolution,
specifically macroevolution by speciation and diversification in Galapagos Mockingbirds,
scientifically termed Nesomimus, and articulate the many limitations at this time in understanding
this sequence through the examination morphology.
Archipelago location and Composition
The Galapagos Islands are a volcanic archipelago located west of the South American coast in the
Pacific Ocean and straddle the equator. The Galapagos archipelago comprises 13 major islands, 6
smaller islands, over 40 officially named islets and many smaller unnamed islets and rocks. Of
these islands, Isabela, formed by
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The Bedford V. Prostitution Case
Prostitution is one of the oldest professions throughout the ancient and modern culture. It has been
around for one of the longest times. Prostitution will possibly be found where one finds evidence of
life and human. By definition, prostitution is known as commercial sex. A prostitute receives
payment in exchange for sexual services between another person. However, the criminalization of
prostitutionis necessary in most countries as there is capital gain involved, puts the environment
at a greater risk of violence, and causes less protection for sex workers. Most countries including
Canada have done an effective job in outlawing prostitution with new legislations. Current
Canadian laws tend to respect sex workers and additionally, address their issues as well. Within
my essay, facts about the Bedford V. Prostitution case along with the government s response to
the case will be addressed. Media coverage and representation of the case will be discussed along
with the media coverage in relation to criminalization of prostitution amongst different
viewpoints will be analyzed. A critical opinion about the current state of law in Canada in
regards to criminalization of prostitution will also be addressed. Comparison between the academic
articles and media will also be discussed in depth. The current laws in Canada for prostitution are
fairly effective by ending demand for sexual services in Canada as Bill C 36 was passed. In 2007,
three sex workers, Terri
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911 Operator Research Papers
A 911 Operator is the person who takes the incoming calls for those seeking assistance as well as
routing responders in the field to those emergency situations. The education required for a 911
Operator is very minimum. The job requires a High School diploma for most employers, but others
require college coursework, previous experience operating broadcasting equipment or proficiency in
a foreign language . Along with the High School diploma, the job also requires a on the job training.
Training consist of going over all the technical aspects of radio equipment. As well as learning the
technical aspects the training covers general communications skills and stress management. This
training generally takes between 3 6 months to complete. Other
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Militancy In The Pre-Independence
Adam Pollack
4 25 17
English 110
Bruce Allen Heggen
Israeli Militancy in the Pre Independence
The origins of the present day Israeli Defence forces and israeli politics run very far back in the
history of the jewish homeland, even predating the state of israel itself. In the beginning the defence
forces were very unorganized and had goals solely of protection. Through time the jewish militias
developed into different tranches with different purposes and goals. Many times these militias
actually found conflict with each other. There were many changes in the region from the late 19th
century into the mid 20th century. Two world wars, the largest genocide in human history the 1880
1948 held massive significance to the jewish people and eventually ... Show more content on
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Zionists became less and less cooperative with the british as the underground militias gained power
through the years. In 1940 a new organization arose as a branch of the Irgun. The Lehi which
means Fighters for Freedom in Israel is a group that sought to fight the british during World War
II. Along with fighting against the british they sought to ally themselves with the German Nazis.
The Nazi s were intrested in getting rid of their jewish population and so the Lehi offered to
have them evacuated to Israel in exchange for alliance in fighting the British. In the weeks
before the Independence war The Irgun and Lehi groups entered neIghborhood Deir Yassin and
killed 254 arab residents. This event would be knows as the Deir Yassin Massacre. The founder
of the Lehi as Avraham Stern a long time friend of Abraham Thomas. A notable commander of
Lehi was Yitzhak Shamir, He had a long history of defying british rule. Arrested many times for
undercover work by the british, and a member of Lehi he was a villain to the british and exiled to
Africa. After independence He joined the Mossad, an intelligence agency in the Israeli Defence
Forces. He served as prime minister of Israel in 1986
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The Drug Approval Process Essay
The drug approval process is a complicated labyrinth that sometimes seems impossible to navigate.
There are guidelines, protocols, procedures and standards that each person in the process are
expected to follow. This includes the doctors, principle investigators, researchers, pharmaceutical
companies, the regulatory bodies and yes, the patients. The patients are by far the most important
aspect of a clinical trialand obtaining drug approval. Without the willing volunteers in clinical trials
there would not be treatments and cures for many diseases today. There are a lot of factors that go
into getting a new medication to the open market, including many phases of clinical research. The
roles of the FDA, various research laboratories and the pharmaceutical companies all play a pivotal
role in the time that it takes to obtain drug approval. There are many obstacles associated with each
step including funding and how that impacts the consumer costs.
Our country began with no limitations on goods and quickly progressed to enforcing accurate
labeling and mandatory testing. This has advanced to enforcing challenging scientific standards,
which tend to be somewhat controversial today. The years between 1938 and 1951 are pegged
The birth of the modern pharmaceutical trade: the Revolution in medicine according to Philip
Hilts (2003). The industry went from just a few chemical companies to an explosive initiative to
discover, develop and market drugs at a rapid pace. This was
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The Buddha Was A Very Smart Man Named Siddhattha Gotama
The Buddha was a very smart man named Siddhattha Gotama. He passed up many great positions to
continue on his journey. He tried his own techniques and learned from them. Buddhism was not the
first religion in China, it migrated from India. Buddhism is a vast and complex religious
philosophical tradition. Buddhismwas the religion everyone in China mostly followed and a little
bit of the previous one.
Buddha is not a name it is a title that means one who has woken up. You can not be called Buddha
until you have reached enlightenment. The Buddha s mother had a dream that the Buddha enters
her side as a white baby elephant, she dies seven days later after his birth. The Buddha was born in
Terai lowlands in the Himalayas. When he was born ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Buddha practiced a breathing technique which involved retaining the breath for longer and
longer periods of time, a headache was a result of this. He moved on to a new technique which he
only ate a teaspoon of bean soup a day, his hair started to fall out and he could not sit upright.
After that technique failed he realized that his appetite should be moderated. You should not deny
it or indulge in excess. Canons are a collection of scriptures that contains the Buddha teachings.
The Buddha did not make himself a leader therefore he did not need a successor. After the Buddha
was gone everyone should follow the Dharma and the monks should hold on to this and the Vinaya,
which is the rules he laid down for the regulation of monastic life.
Buddhism reached China in the first century. At that time Han Dynasty had consolidated Chinese
power in Central Asia. Confucianism was the dominant ideology in China, which is socio ethical
principles deriving from the teaching of the sage. Buddhism seemed to conflict with some
Confucian values because Confucianism regarded the family as the foundation of society, and the
Buddhist leave their families and renounce. Buddhism seemed to take up where Confucianism left
off, and described an unseen world about which Confucianism had little to say about. When the
people enquired about death, Confucius gave this answer: You cannot know about death before you
know about life . Confucianism left unanswered questions about which many
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A Proposed Upgrade to the Keyword Based Searches Essay
INTRODUCTION: KEYWORD BASED search has been the most popular search in today s
searching world. The result of Keyword based search is better than Google .On Google search
engine user or searcher did not find relevant image result. This is because of two reasons. Queries
are in general short and non specific. Number of users may have different intentions for the same
query . Searching for apple by a farmer has a different meaning from searching by a technical
person .There is one solution to solve these problems is personalized search where user specific
information is considered to distinguish between exact intentions of user queries and reranked the
images. Figure.1: (top) non personalized and (bottom) personalized... Show more content on
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User Specific Topic Modeling (USTM) 3. Topic Sensitive Users Preferences (TSUP) Online
stage: 4. User Specific Query Mapping (USQM) 5. Ranking Based Image Searching. 1. Ranking
Based Multicorrelation tensor Factorization (RMTF): When user u tagged on any particular
image id, then that user id, image id, tag named is stored into a database at an offline stage. This
database is in the format of ternary interrelationship between users, images and tags. This
database is give as an input to RMTF model. The RMTF model calculates user s preferences to
assign the tag to a particular image i.e. RMTF provide the users annotation prediction. The tagging
data can be viewed as a set of triplets (UГ—IГ—T).RMTF calculates users preferences by using
sigmoid(objective) function Sigmoid function retunes values between 0 to 1 that means user
preferences lies in between 0 to 1. 2. User Specific Topic Modeling (USTM): After calculating
RMTF values, corpus is created for generating topic modeling. Corpus is the folder in which no
of folders are created for each user manually. Each folder contains text file for each image and that
text file contains tags that user given to that particular image. Corpus is gives as an input to the
algorithm.LDA algorithm performed topic modeling. USTM model gives topics for each user;
each topic has specific number of relevant terms to each other. 3. Topic Sensitive
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Career Development Paper
The theoretical career development framework that I chose to assist in Catherine s career
counseling process is Donald Super s counseling theory. I decided to chose this particular career
development framework because I thought it would be the most effective and appropriate to use
with the client. The client is thirty seven years of age and is dealing with a lot on her plate. Equally
important, people grow and change throughout their lives and this theoryrespects that. The client is
the primary emotional and financial support for her family. However, she does seem to have a
strong support system that consists of her brothers and younger sister. More importantly, she does
not seem fully satisfied with her current job. Therefore, I figured... Show more content on
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According to Sharf (2010), Trait and factor theory is static, rather than developmental (p. 61). I
firmly believe that this theory will be least useful in assisting Catherine because this theory consist
of many assessments that result in matching you with an ideal occupation fit. However, it fails to
have that crucial dialogue with clients who need more that just taking an assessment. For example,
Catherine would not find this helpful because she needs to mentally visualize would let to her
decision of switching careers or pursing a masters degree. And, it does not talk about how the
impact of constant change throughout peoples lives have on peoples careers. For example, values,
interest and personality, therefore, it fails to touch basis on the development phase of the
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5 Paragraph Reconstruction Essay
Paragraph Reconstruction Ballerinas can tell a story like no other. They are known for being
graceful, having such beauty, and poise in the way they care themselves. When given a part or
role they commit to it, because they are great storytellers it is easy to draw or paint them with a
raw and emotional background. A ballerina is known for having pain inflicted lives. Everything a
dancer does is shown through through their body. A dancer s body is well formed, toned, and
defined, but more importantly it s in their eyes and in their performance. The painting that I am
analyzing show s exactly how dark a dancer s can get.
The background is what sets the mood in a painting. The subtle, yet impressionable brush strokes
with the well blended color. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
From a woman s point of view, she looks as if she has reached her breaking point. Trying to stay
strong, her emotions overwhelm her while she dances and it becomes a little too much for her.
A cry for help is upon her. Her hair is also free and in a mess; normally when ballerinas perform
their hair is nice tight and in a bun. Her muscle so defined, and still pale as if she had seen a
ghost. You can tell a lot of work has been put into achieving the body she has. It stands out with the
white, flowy, soft dress.
Her clothing is white. It seems as if she is trying to still maintain her innocence; maybe the dress
is white because it symbolizes who she once were, or someone she longed to be. White coloring
is supposed to symbolize something pure; maybe with how the background is contrast the white
coloring can still show even though darkness is surrounding her, she can still maintain or be the
person the thought she lost. It is very easy for ballerinas to be painted as a tragedy figure because
they are great storytellers. They tend to capture every emotion and every aspect of a tragedy in one s
life. The appearance is everythings, and how they dance. From facial features to silhouette, even
down to their hair. Everything about their appearance makes them the perfect candidate to be drawn
as the tragedy
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Projections, Forecasts, And Estimates Essay
2.4 Projections, Forecasts, or Estimates The definition of projections, forecasts, and estimates are
all different and should not be used without knowing the exact meanings which are: Projection: the
familiar word for statements that are taken from mathematics and are based on inferences decided
in advance. Forcast: the statement that has the highest probability to happen in the future. Estimate:
is about specific statistics from the past or present statistics. o Estimates fill in the years between
two different census. 3.1.1 Typolography of projection Methods Subective projections are
assumptions, and they stay away from elaborate orderly and procedural methods. They can only
show impressions of predispositions of the later to come population. Objective projections take the
quantitative way of gathering data and use a quatitative strategy to attain a projected outcome.
Objection projections dependo n the selection of the right projection technique. The major
projection methods are: structual method, cohort component, and the trend extrapolation method.
3.4 Trend Extrapolation Methods Extending the application of past trends into the time beyond the
observation range is the essence of all the extrapolation methods. The extrapolation method is best
used for modest sized population projections that have low data needs , inexpensive, and able to be
used effortlessly. Sometimes data, such as population trends is easier to see and understand in
graphical form. A simple
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Lutheran College Sports
Sports are like clubs a way for people to socialize and do what they love together as a team. During
the 1930s at Texas Lutheran, college students had participated in sports. Sports at Lutheran college
had been just a fun activity rather than a way of life during this time. Students often participated in
football, basketball among other sports. Some Student s athletics at the collegesupported both
athletic contests against teams on campus and other school teams.
Students at Lutheran college participated in sports such as a basketball and football. Before 1932,
Texas Lutheran College had intercollegiate sports that mean that they played against other junior
college teams. In an article from November 1932 stated that there had been a football game that
Texas Lutheran College lost against Schriener institute, indicating that they were in a league with
other junior colleges. After the depression came, Texas Lutheran College had mostly intramural
sports, which means that people on campus played against each other rather ... Show more content
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However, they did fortunately have a boys team after the fall of 1932 due to the fact that basketball
in the newsletters were mentioned in the February 1935 issue that informs that the college burnt up
the court and T.L.C Wins against Westmoor land. illustrating the fact that the game that ensued
intercollegiate games were still being held on campus. In 1938, Texas Lutheran College managed
to bring back its intercollegiate football program. The college newspaper box scores give the stats
of each players of each team under the titles T.L.C , and Curo 7 up with the terms quarterback letter
throughout the
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Romeo And Juliet Not In Love
In the timeless tale of romeo and juliet, Two young lovers from feuding families have a whirlwind
love affair. they meet at a party, flirt and secretly marry in the time period of a day. hours later they
are separated, and desperate attempt to be together, they miscommunicate their escape plan and end
up killing themselves because they can not live without each other. I believe there relationship is
infatuation because you can not fall in lovehow fast they did. Although many people will see romeo
and juliet s passionate affection at true love it is best described as infatuation
if romeo and juliet are not in love then why would they have committed suicide over each other.
Although this may be true but if you think about it you can not love someone if you don t know
them and you can t argue that they got to know each other because you can not get to know
someone that faston page it states that romeo and juliet where only together for one less than
two days. another words romeo and juliet could have not got to know each other in less than
two days and if you don t know someone you can t have love for them. one of the two could be a
killer and they don t know it because they haven t had much time to talk. some people might say
for the little time they did get to talk they fell in love however they only had a few hours to talk
and if you fall in love with someone in a few hours and get married in one day and live happily
ever after then you can make that argument. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
On page it states that juliet is 13 and romeo is 17 that s way too young to fall in love other words
you can t fall in love with someone when you am not mature enough juliet is only thirteen she says
she is in love but she has not even been through life long enough to know what true
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Summary Of Posner s Three Components Of Executive Attention
Executive attention (EA), one of Posner s three components of attention, involves the central
processing that occurs when handling two tasks simultaneously (Posner Boies, 1971; Posner
Peterson, 1990). EA resolves conflict among thoughts, feelings, and responses, and it relates to
childhood skills such as bilingual communication, reading comprehension, self regulation, and the
control of mindwandering (McVay Kane, 2012; Rueda, Posner, Rothbart, 2005; Yang, Yang, Lust,
2011). Despite its importance, relatively little research has explored individual differences in EA
among typically developing children. Following, we explore the roots of these differences by
describing the neural bases of EA, ways in which EA is measured, and the
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  • 2. Operation Anaconda Joint Planning Failure Joint Planning Failures of Operation Anaconda In January 2002, intelligence began reporting on a heavy concentration of Taliban and al Qaeda forces in and around the Shahikot Valley area of Afghanistan. With the intelligence available and experience to date, the U.S. Coalition Forces began planning Operation Anaconda. The end state of U.S. officials was to drive all enemy forces out of their strongholds within the valley, allowing coalition forces to capture or kill the enemy (2003). Even though the original plan of three days stretched into a seventeen day battle and resistance was much greater than expected, military officials hailed Operation Anaconda as a success (Andres, 2007). Although the overall mission hailed as a success an examination of the Army s joint planning process exposed multiple shortfalls in the areas... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Generals Franks and Mikolashek made the decision to deploy the staff of the Army s 10th Mountain Division under the command of MG Hagenbeck to Bagram Air Base (2007). In an attempt to fix, joint planning problems CENTOM designated the 10th Mountain as Coalition and Joint Task Force (CJTF) Mountain; CJTF Mountain took command of a large portion of the ground forces. However, CJTF Mountain did not receive tactical control (TACON) over supporting U.S elements or Afghan forces to be involved in the operation. Aviation elements supporting the area of operation remained under control of CFACC and special operations forces remained under the command of COL Mulholland at Task Force Dagger. Further complicating the Special Forces chain of command, Delta Force, the Navy Seals, Air Force special operations aircraft, and supporting personnel took direction from Air Force BG Trebon at Task Force 11, located at Joint Special Operations Command in Fort Bragg North Carolina ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Service Marketing Sales Project On JAWED HABIB Submitted to: Prof Subhashish Dasgupta Shanti Business School, Ahmedabad PGDM Trimester IV (Batch 2010 12) Continuous Evaluation in Service Marketing Submitted By: Pooja Iyer 1011012006 PREFACE This report is written so that an understanding of jawed habib can be understood easily. This report is designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to the above mentioned firm. This is a sales report and so covers only the general information regarding the firm and its services. The report also touches upon the competitor s knowledge, customer s knowledge and distributor s policy. All the parts in the report have been written in English as it is the most understandable formal language. The... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... * Become the safest destination for franchise investment. * Be present in every worthwhile mall. * Be within the walking distance of every important airport, railway and sophisticated bus junctions. * Build centres at a 30 minutes walking distance from each other. * Become a publicly traded company on major stock exchanges of the world. * Become a Blue Chip Company that offers dividends from year one, at a rate higher than the bank s fixed deposit interest rate. Brand Core Values * Bring contemporary hair cuts and styling to the fashion and quality conscious segment of the middle class. * Make designer hair cuts and styling affordable by stripping away ambience frills. * Add value to the grooming of the patron in a holistic manner through subtle suggestions and training of hair stylist. * Be the first to bring, fashion trends in haircuts, styling and hair care breakthroughs. * Use the best possible material and ingredients. * Maintain international standards of hygiene even in small cities and towns. * Create work environment where individual and team creativity and performances are encouraged and rewarded in a just and transparent manner. * Become the first choice place for patrons, franchisees and employees. * Achieve a smile on franchise partners face all the time by providing excellent support and honest projections. * Become a great fun place to work at. * Become ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Fingerprint Scanning and Information Databases This paper will go over what is involved with fingerprint scanning and information databases they go in into to include how fingerprint scanning works and the comparison of the scan with other fingerprint scans. Also what is a database and how it is used by the FBI and other agencies. It will also identify the pros and cons of using finger scanning for security. This paper will talk about the Enforcement Integrated Database and will conclude with the Interface between databases. The use of computers and fingerprint scanners has been a source of spy thrillers for decades. Recently, fingerprinting has become pretty fascinating technology in the real world. In the past few years, however, finger print scanners have started popping up all over the place, such as in federal, state and local police departments; high security buildings, the background and clearance process and even on PC keyboards and mobile devices. And while two fingerprints may look similar at a glance, a professional investigator or cutting edge software can pick out clear, defined differences in a fingerprint pattern. The actual fingerprint device is used in place of a human analyst that would be collecting a print sample and then comparing it to other samples on record. Fingerprint scanning technology uses electronic devices to replicate a digital image of the fingerprint pattern called a live scan. The fingerprint scanning system has two basic functions; first it needs to take a digital scan of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. The Theories And Principles Of Adult Learning Adult Learning Investigating and understanding the theories and principles underpinning adult learning has helped me to advance my thinking about this phenomena. For instance, Piaget s work involving the formal operational stage, according to Bass (2012) has allowed for the assumption that adults learn in a fixed manner developed in their late teen years and that they remain unchanged from this stage (p. 387). It was assumed that adults, then spent the rest of their lives in that stage. However, other theorist such as Knowles, surfaced during the 1970s to clarify the misconception. It is interesting to note that in the early 1970 s there was a spark of interest and debate over andragogy and the need to define theories within the field (Knowles, et al 2011). Knowles, et al. (2011) support the ideas that there are core principles of andragogy that will enable those designing and leading instruction for adults to be more effective in building learning processes. Additionally, andragogy is based on key assumptions which set it apart from pedagogy learning. Adults learning is usually tied to one of the assumptions of andragogy such as a learners their need to know. For example, this assumption encourages instructors to investigate ways to bridge the gap between the learner s current position and the goals of the instruction. Secondly, Knowles, et al. (2011) claim that adults have a strong need to be responsible for their own decisions, thereby having a strong ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. The Three Senses Of Sharks Most predator sharks are long and round. Every shark is shaped for the type of water they live in. Angelsharks are flat so they can hide on the sea floor. Horn sharks have sharp spines on their backs Megamouths have huge soft blubbery lips. Hammerhead sharks (as said in their name) have a head shaped like a hammer, which makes them look like a swimming T. Sawsharks have long pointy, sharp snouts. Large sharks, like the whale shark or the Basking shark, are as big as a bus. Some very tiny sharks such as the pygmy shark or the Colombian lantern shark can fit on top of your hand. Goblin sharks has a very strange long snout like a long horn, it is said that these goblin sharks have lived since the dinosaur age; people have found fossils of a shark similar to the goblin shark that had lived about 125 million years ago. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The senses are hearing, smell, lateral line, pit organs, vision, Lorenzini, touch, and taste. Sharks have many senses that us humans do such as taste and smell, but it has special three senses that we do not have. The lateral line, pit organs and Lorenzini are the three senses that have been discovered in the last 10 20 years, and play an important role in how the shark behaves when swimming around. The six senses which shark use very essentially for looking and hunting prey prey are Smell, Eyesight, Electrosense(sense of electricity), Water Pressure, Hearing and Taste. Two thirds of a shark s brain is devoted to smell. Sharks can distinguish one drop of blood in a million drops of water, 1/4th of a mile away. Water constantly flows through their nostrils, giving them olfactory information. Sharks have colour vision and see well in dark light. It is said that sharks use the ampullae of Lorenzini as a directing device to swim by the earth s magnetic field. The lateral line is a sense organ used to detect movement and pulsation in the water. The sharks pit organs are used to detect temperature ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. The Results Of The Election Of Donald Trump Although the results of the 2016 presidential election contradicted months of numerous surveys conducted by pollsters and pundits predicting a Democratic victory, it should not have been surprising to individuals familiar with the current political science research on American politics. Despite the some opinions that the election of Donald Trumpmarked a political watershed, underlying factors such as partisanship, a topic with decades of research for those familiar with American politics, ultimately resulted in the business and real estate mogul in being inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States. Partisanship proved to be a dominant force that influenced the 2016 election in the various aspects such as unwavering party... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the Green s chapter How Partisan Attachment Structure Politics, the argument is made that partisans sense that they are part of a team and thus, feel themselves to be part of the constant competition for public support and control of government that typifies party politics (Green 219). A counterpoint could be made by justifying that partisans may genuinely feel that their own party s candidate has their best interests at heart . However, after controlling for evaluations of the incumbent administration s performance, the effects of party identification still persisted (Green 219). Ultimately, party identification predicts the vote because partisans pull for their team and the social groups that it symbolizes while at the same time rooting against the other party and its allied social groups (Green 220). This assertion can be verified using the exit poll results from the 2016 election, taken from CNN. African Americans, a group that consistently votes for the Democratic candidate, continued to vote for the Democratic candidate in 2016, by a 89% to 8% margin. Furthermore, Donald Trump dominated his key demographic, uneducated white voters, by a 66% to 29% margin ( 2016 Election Exit Polls ). This is consistent with the idea that partisans pull for their team and the social groups it symbolizes as Barack Obama won the African American vote by a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. The Technique Of Film Video Editing History Theory And... In Ken Dancyger: The Technique of Film Video Editing History Theory and Practice we can clearly see how editing has changed from the earliest films, when editing was nonexistent to a time when the camera never moved when shooting a scene to a time where you can use montage concepts to make a film more dynamic for the viewer. These were all different stages editing has gone through to get to the point where can use editing as a story telling tool which is just as important as the any other part of creating a film. Edwin. S. Porter was the man who took the idea of editing and made it a useful tool in portraying the story in a more dynamic way. In his 1903 film, The American Fireman he used visual continuity to make is film more dynamic... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He used the language of Karl Marx and Griffith to give the viewers an collective experience of both styles of film making. He had a different way in which he edited he films which consisted of five types of montage Metric montage This refers to how long each shot is compared to each other, making the shot shorter decreases the time the viewer has to absorb the information coupled with the use of close up shots makes the sequence more intense. Rhythmic montage This refers to how the visual continuity of a scene, when the action and screen direction are moving towards the same side. Tonal montage This refers to how tone and mood is used to determine the emotions of the charcter on screen which can change throughout the scene. Overtonal montage This refers to the use of rhytmic, tonal and metric montage at the same time to create the specific effect and emotion desired by the director. Intellectual montage This refers when the director introduces an idea in a emotional and charged scene on screen. In an interview with Walter Murchs we discover a theory we can edit by. A theory where an action scenes needs 14 different camera angles a minute and 4 different angles for dialogue. This will be the basis by which I will edit my outcome film together with the other mentioned techniques. In our narrative which is about a high school student suffering from a speech disorder, caused by social anxiety. He is trying to overcome his awkwardness by talking to his ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Herram Delvile The relationship between Cecilia and Mortimer Delvile is one of the most frustrating parts of the novel. Delvile is an indecisive, self centered man who does not think about the effects that his actions might have on another person. He is not malicious, but he is inconsiderate and he introduces great pain into Cecilia s life. He initially confesses to her that he loves her, then ignores her just long enough that she is able to move on from him, then comes back into her life under the pretense of friendship, and then he leaves again. His flippant disregard for her feelings takes a toll on Cecilia as she tries to pinpoint what kind of relationship they actually have. Delvile finally decides that he does indeed loveher and want to be with her, so he travels to find her and suggests what he believes to be an excellent compromise for the both of them: a secret wedding.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The line The joy with which he heard it...was as violent as the eagerness with which he had sought it is especially poignant; while Delvile may love Cecilia, he is totally ignorant of how a secret wedding will take a toll on her personal morality. The scene comments on how men often innately brush aside female concerns because they are affected by them, nor do they want to take the time to understand where women are coming from. Not to mention, the secret wedding is only on the table in the first place because Delvile cannot bring himself to take Cecilia s surname as his own, therefore taking on a traditionally female ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Controversy Of Euthanasia Euthanasia has been one of the most controversial and debatable topics in recent years. Even though the debate about euthanasia seems to be very complex and problematic, it is important to analyze very deeply some problems and questions related to this issue in order to indicate adequate solutions in terms of possible legislation. First step is to identify the proper definition of euthanasia as an act of causing a person s deathto end unbearable pain and suffering. In addition, there are many forms of euthanasia; categorizing those forms and highlighting the development of understanding this concept over time, is necessary to understand, that involuntary euthanasia is unacceptable as it violets the basic human rights. and different negative... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In fact, according to a recent poll almost 42% of surveyed supported euthanasia and 37% opposed (Fig 1). A lot of controversy surrounding this issue stems from the fact that euthanasia has been analyzed not only from juridical perspective, whether or not it should be legal, but also from various medical, social, philosophical, religious points of view. The topic seems to be extremely relevant not only because it is related to the basic principles of society regarding life and death, but also it affects every person, especially who suffers from a terminal illness. This study tries to indicate possible solutions for some questions related to euthanasia in order to show that in many cases euthanasia can be avoided by adequate treatment and that proper and clearly legislation is necessary to protect patients. For the purpose of this paper, euthanasia can be defined as conduct that brings about an easy and painless death for persons suffering from an incurable or painful disease or condition (Muckart, Gopalan, Hardcastle, Hodgson, McQuoid Mason, 2014, p. 259). Even though the issue of proper definition of euthanasia is still debatable, the question of classification of euthanasia seems to be less problematic. In fact, many scholars agree that euthanasia may be classified as voluntary (because of the will), non voluntary (without specific will), involuntary (against the will) and divided according to active (use of lethal substances) and passive options (termination of treatment). Euthanasia differs also from assisted suicide. The former means to help someone to die, the latter means to help a person kill him or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Bullying In Workplace This paper addresses, the issues with bullying in the workplace. It goes into detail about what bullying is, how it affects the workplace, a company that has had issues with bullying, and finally what a company can do to make sure does not occur. Bullying In this paper, I will address the issue of bullying in the workplace. I will define bullying, how bullying affects their workers, also address a company that has had issues with bullying, finally what steps a company can take to make sure their employees have a bully free workplace. Bullying Bullying can be found in any job. Bullying is a malicious attack on a person, it can include name calling, gossiping about someone, or maybe even false work reports. It can be so extreme that it can stress an employee out to the point that can become physically or mentally ill (Ehrenkranz, 2016). Bullying can come from anyone within a company from a co worker, to a member of management. How it affects the workplace Bullying can affect employees in many ways it can cause depression which could lead to even more serious issues such as suicidal thoughts and actions, job performance can decrease, and productivity can even decrease due to the co workers not being able to work ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... According to an article in Mic.com the report states that many employees have had bouts of depression and thoughts of suicide(Ehrenkranz, M. (2016, 09 21)., in 2012 an employee wrote a six page document, named My 95 things I change, would which was delivered to most employee inboxes, and slipped under the management s door it talks about discrimination and bullying within the Apple company, then in April 2016 a 25 year old software engineer at Apple committed suicide at the Apple Cupertino, California campus (Ehrenkranz, M. (2016, 09 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. How Media Affects Women Our body is what makes us who we are. Everyone is special due to physical traits. Even though everyone has an opinion about what his or her perfect body would be, changing one s personal characteristics would take away from an individual. Do you ever look in the mirror and wonder to yourself, Am I good enough for everyone? Are my arms too fat? Does my face has too much acne? Do my clothes show my muffin top? Well, you aren t alone. Many women struggle with body image. Rae Smith quotes There is nothing wrong with your body, but there is a lot wrong with the messages which try to convince you otherwise. Women feel self conscious due to the media. The media pressure women to be overly concerned with their bodies. Media affected women significantly.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... People who accept the way they look and feel is positive body image thinking (Anasagar). The more you accept your body the more confident you feel. Many ways to improve body image are: get pro help, trust someone to talk to, think differently, and be around supportive people. When girls take a positive approach, their bodies image is less affected by views appearance media. In today s society it s hard to stay away from the media, but what is possible is to not be offended by the media. Stay positive the whole time no matter how hard it will be. Clothes is a big thing too! Wear what you want, it s your life, your body. Wear the lowest clothing to the tightest whatever your heart desires. As you can see body image is a big deal. It s a shame for the media to pressure women into changing their body. Women should be proud and confident of their body, no matter what size. The more we have media discriminate women, the more the don t appreciate their body. The more we worship media to show us the way to be perfect, the more we discriminate our ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. The Role Of Women In America In July 1848, the Seneca Falls Convention, held by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott, became the first meeting to be held on behalf of women s rights. It was at this convention that the Declaration of Sentiments was drafted, and modeled after the Declaration of Independence by asserting the equality of men and women throughout the document. This was to show that men were not the only one who had the right to equality, but also woman. At the time, not everyone, even women, believe in the the idea of women being equal to men because in this century it was believe women were fragile creatures who only live within the domestic and social sphere. Within the past few decades the role of women in America changed dramatically; they have right to vote, to education, to work, etc. Yet substantial inequalities remain between women and men. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Why Lying Is A Common Behavior Reasons for lying Lying is a common behavior in today s society. But ever since we were young we were shunned away from telling lies and were taught that we should be truthful. Why is it that lying was immoral, but then as we grow up we drift away from that lesson? Many can say that we are cowards who hide behind our lies. Today there exists a white liewhich states that you are telling a lie to help someone. Why do we teach our kids that lying is bad when adults lie all the time? In the quote Nancy Farmer compares the liars to rats who are cowards that hides and runs around in dark places because looking at the word lying it can give off a vibe of a dark and lonely place. Just like rats who runs and hides in dark places, liars are basically hiding behind the shadows and living alone in their lie. From the quote I agree and disagree with the quote, where I agreed with the quote that liars are basically rats who hides and run from the truth, they don t care if it s unpleasant to others and see lying as an escape route from trouble. Where I disagree is they can t be called cowards because they might be telling a white lie and instead of being unpleasant, it can actually help the person that is receiving the lie. Getting told a lie is a very unpleasant feeling for some while for others. They have a stronger mentality and can withstand being told a lie. Personally in my opinion, being told a lie makes one feel as if they can t trust the person anymore due to the fact that they ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Famous Informative Speech 1.What was your favorite TV show when growing up? Growing up I LOVED One Tree Hill I watched it beginning to end (9 seasons) over 10 or 11 times. One Tree Hill is my die hard show. 2.What was your childhood nickname? I m one of the few people in the world who s never had a nickname. There isn t a shortened version of the name Sierra. That said, it s not very nice, but sometimes my family calls me Boohoo Baby. I am the youngest of 5, with 4 older brothers, and when I was around 3 or 4 my family and I went on a snow trip. We went sledding and I apparently didn t like the cold, so I cried the entire time ruining the trip for my brothers. So Boohoo Baby became my nickname. Growing up, anytime I would get frustrated or my parents thought ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I know how to play the guitar, but I m mostly a singer. 4.How do you recharge? My favorite way to relax is to come home and watch TV. I ve also started crocheting it s a great way to de stress. 5.What, if anything, have you ever re gifted? I ve re gifted a lot of my clothes to my fiancГ© s little sister. 6.What would a perfect day look like for you? The perfect day would entail waking up early and going to the zoo followed by brunch with my fiancГ©, and spending time with my mom and family. 7.If you could have any one superpower, which would you choose? I would be an empath; it s the power to control other people s emotions. I like that superpower better than mind control because you re not making people do things that they don t want to do. 8.Have you ever had a poem or song written about you? Yes. My fiancГ© proposed to me by writing me a poem. In his journal he wrote a poem that was also a scavenger hunt with riddles. At the end of the scavenger hunt, the riddles lead me to him, where he was waiting with a ring. It was a great proposal! 9.What is the oldest pair of shoes in your closet? I am a shoe hoarder! My oldest pair of shoes are from high school and they re about 10 years old. They are a pair of hot pink knock off Toms that I still rock on the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Dual Diagnosis Essay Recent evidence suggests that amongst mental health and substance misuse service users (dual diagnosis) there have been increased cases of violent and aggressive behaviour. Crome et al. (2009) maintain that dual diagnosis, service users present with challenging behaviour. Schizophrenia, bipolar affective disorder, autism, Asperger s, personality and mood disorder are some of the mental healthproblems exhibited by the patients within a dual diagnosis unit. Erkiran et al. (2006), Hoaken and Stewart (2003) and O Hare et al. (2004) indicated that the continued use of substance increase challenging behaviour presented by dual diagnosis, service users. Banerjee et al. (2002) maintain that agitation, violent and aggressive actions are some of the problems that dual diagnosis, service users will present with. Violence and aggression refer to the manifestation of numerous behaviours (physical, verbal) that may cause injury or harm to others, (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE, 2015). The violent and aggressive behaviour are aimed towards themselves (patients), staff, properties, visitors and other service users. In England between 2013 and 2014, it was reported that 68,683 attacks took place on the staff, 69% in mental health settings, (NICE, 2015). To minimise dual diagnosis service users from ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Addressing numerous methods staff can employ to promote positive behaviour will follow these. My responsibility as a worker researcher will be to show an awareness in improving outcomes by changing working practices hence minimising repeated work based harm. This study will, therefore, be beneficial in equipping and providing me with the adequate knowledge and expertise. This will enable me to ensure appropriate support to the service users under my care. It will further offer me with better working relationships with staff and service ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Medical Devices Are Needed For Modern Medicine I.Introduction: Medical devices used generally in hospitals, are the articles used in treating health related issues e.g., a disease in humans or in animals with the purpose of curing them from the health problem. These medical devices are needed for modern medicine as they perform many patient monitoring and management functions. Such medical device is called implantable if it is partially or totally introduced into the human body or placed on the surface of the body. In recent years, implantable medical devices have been advanced through developments in science and engineering, as well as in microelectronics, and biotechnology. Implantable Medical Devices (IMDs) are mostly used to monitor and help treat medical conditions. These include pacemakers, implantable cardiac deп¬Ѓbrillators (ICDs), neuro stimulators and drug delivery systems, which help in managing many diseases [1] and thus provide substantial improvement in healthcare by saving innumerable lives. They help to achieve the vision of pervasive healthcare that is used for identiп¬Ѓcation, monitoring, and treatment of patients. Therefore, these devices have already been deployed in the body of many patients. The use of IMDs for monitoring is expected to be grown further in the future. In 2005, the number of insulin pump users was nearly 245,000 and the growing rate that is expected for the insulin pump market is 9% from 2009 to 2016 [15]. In [16], as reported by Hanna et al., there are 25 million patients using ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. In Flander s Field Analysis World War I was very dark period, with lots of deaths that left veterans with shellshock . Many families lost their beloved ones. The Canadian poet John McCrae s poem ( In Flander s Field) , encourages the new soldiers to continue the war after World War I, so the old soldiers wouldn t have died for nothing. It s a poem of remembrance , for the people not to forget the effort of the dead ones and to take over their mission. The poem is written by the dead soldier s point of view, in a cemetery, In Flanders Fields. This poem encouraged World WarII ; caused many people to take a place in the war in order to honor the efforts of the dead. John McCrae starts off the poem with a very peaceful tone, in the first stanza describing In Flanders ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Social Labeling Theory Essay Labeling theory emerged during the mid 1960s and into the early 1970s due to the United States experiencing a rapid social change caused by economic and political conflict. Labeling theory focuses on the role social labeling has on the development of crime and deviance. The theory stresses how an individual who has been labeled as deviant from societal norms might initiate them to continue their involvement in crimeand deviance. Deviant behavior can be defined as conduct that is disapproved by the public and is typically subject to some form of sanction. In simpler terms, deviant behavior is socially constructed. The roots of labeling theory can be traced back as early as 1902 to Cooley s looking glass theory on the self, which simply ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This concept referred to formal sanctions. It defined the youth s behavior as evil and extended to the individual involved, characterizing him or her as evil too (Johannes Knutsson, 1977). Mead was an innovator of symbolic interactionism and believed an individual s self awareness was created through interaction with their environment. Theorist Edwin Lemert further developed this idea by explaining how labeling affects criminality and recidivism among those who are categorized as deviant. His theoretical approach distinguishes between primary and secondary deviance. Primary deviance referred to individuals who commit nonviolent behaviors, sometimes referred to as rule breakers. It should be noted that an individual does not reach this level of primary deviance unless they are caught and labeled. When an individual is stigmatized and treated as deviant, they began to identity themselves with groups who also labeled, resulting in them adjusting their behavior to fit this identity as deviant. For Lemert, secondary deviance exists when an individual chooses to accept and employ to their deviant status, committing more frequently and more violent crimes. However, criminologists began to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. J. P. Morgan s Robber Baron Like any other Robber Baron during the late 1800 s, J.P. Morgan was no different. He controlled finance and industrial consolidation and was well known for being a banker. Credited for being one of the few to shape the U.S., Morgan did have a lust of power and greed, but that doesn t stop him from being America s leading businessman. His impact goes as far as the present with the many companies he created. John Pierpont J.P. Morgan was born to a New England family on April 17, 1837, in Hartford, Connecticut, being in a well known family. James Pierpoint was one of the founders of Yale University, his grandfather founded the Aetna Insurance Company, and his father Junius Spencer Morgan ran a successful Hartford dry goods company before... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... But still, during the late 1800 s, much of the country s industries fell into powerful business leaders, including Morgan. He was criticized by everyone for a couple of reasons: he created monopolies by making it difficult for any business to compete against his known as Morganization; even though he was responsible for leading them out of the 1907 financial crisis, he was also claimed by muckraking journalists that he manipulated the nation s financial system for his own gain, as thousands of workers die in his steel factories, and suffered higher casualties than even the Civil war. This earned Morgan the occasional distrust of the federal government as well. But those reasons didn t stop him to be a man who ended up industrializing America with his vast, growing, and substantial companies and financial expertise that just saved the railroads and subdued the country s financial panics. If he also had not fought alongside with Thomas Edison with their DC (Direct Current) against Tesla and Westinghouse s AC (Alternating Current ), the way we use electricity wouldn t be the same today. In conclusion, J.P. Morgan is considered more of a Captain of Industry for today s modern age than a robber baron. America would have been a whole different country without his contributions towards society, especially if he didn t start the many companies and industries during his ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Conflictism In Franz Kafka s A Hunger Artist In Franz Kafka s short story, A Hunger Artist the author introduces the Hunger Artist as the protagonist. The protagonist is a professional faster; he fasts to prove he is the best. The conflict of the story consists of Man versus society, in this case the Hunger Artist serves as Man and his audience serves as society. The conflict starts because the audience does not understand the reason why the Hunger Artists fasts. Eventually the audience loses interest because the Hunger Artist is no longer in fashion. Due to the loss of interest, the Hunger Artist starts to struggle with his pride trying to explain to his audience why he fasts, so he decides to set a fasting record, which eventually leads to his death. Throughout... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The two realities, what is and what others think, created a mockery between the circus audience and the Hunger Artist. He wanted his work to be legitimate, but still had to obey his manger and audience s demands. According to Kafka, It was impossible to fight against this lack of understanding, against this world of misunderstanding. This means that the more attention the Hunger Artist received, the more difficult it was for society to understand the meaning behind his actions. Consequently, he would never be able to achieve the goals he hoped for. During his stay at the circus no one believed that the Hunger Artist could fast for a long time. The audience eventually got tired of seeing someone just sit and fast for entertainment. The audience wanted to witness something more exciting, which led to his replacement, a tiger. ...People got used to the strange notion that in these times they would want to pay attention to a hunger artist, and with this habitual awareness the judgment on him was pronounced. He might fast as well as he could and he did but nothing could save him anymore. People went straight past him. (Kafka) Eventually, his art was practically going to waste. It is not that the audience did not like him, his art was amusing, and he was simply becoming a freak show. As stated by Jstor.org, During his fasts, the hunger artist is observed by relays of watchers whose task is to see that he does ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Democracy And The Right Of Voting Democracy Democracy is a generic term and every mature person living in today s world is familiar with it. Democracy is a topic of debate now a days and most of the research about it has already been conducted through surveys and choices of people. Democracy is a system that assures the people s part in taking decisions of state and political affairs through the right of voting. The generic definition and concepts of democracy are easy accessible on many websites online. Democracy is a on which almost 70% of the research is already done and further research is mostly taken in order to check the shifting choices of the people. Mostly the new generations are more attracted towards the concept of democracy and many organizations tend to analyze the changing behavior of people. The generic data about democracy on the internet has also explains it very well. According to the generic data found on internet democracy can also be defined as the government by the people . The government is supposed to be made with the majority voting of the people and people are free to vote any candidate of their own choice in a democratic country. (Building) The democratic countries give power of choice to their people so that the decision of the people should be made a supreme decision as the rulers supposed to rule on them and the people should have the right to select their rulers freely. Democracy in countries is dependent upon many factors and the main factor stood as the active ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. The Ten Points Of Financial Stability The Ten Points Of Financial Stability. Christina Coffman 07/22/15 1. Definition 2. My interpretation 3. How to 4. Habits 5. Getting rid of debt 6. Benefits of being financially stable 7. What could happens without financially stability? 8. Prime example : Great Depression 9. Are you financially stable? 10. Financial security Financial stability is when your financial plan and system is resistant to economic shocks, it means to be able to manage risks and your arrangement of payments accordingly to your living or lifestyle; it is a widely discussed issue in today s economy. Financial stability is not a number or class, it s a state of mind; It s a sense of comfort or security. Someone that is financially stable won t ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In my opinion, financial stability is being able to exceed that cost. A person should be able to live within there means and still save money for later, that is financial stability to me. It means more than just paying your bills and expenses because what if, one day your whole entire house burns down as well as all of your beloved belongings? Are you going to be positive that you and your family will be okay? It all comes down to being prepared for financial curve balls, because you never know what could happen; life sure does know how to surprise us. I feel like if you re able to get all of your needs taken care of, still be able to do something s that you want and plan for your future ( put money away for savings) then you re living right. It may not always be the easiest thing to do or conquer, but it s a goal most everyone is trying to reach. Having to worry about how you and your family are going to survive is a stressful and scary feeling that I m sure no one wants to feel. A good question is how does a person acquire financial stability? In my opinion, one of the main reasons so many people are financially unstable is because they can afford there lifestyle. If you work at McDonald s a Mercedes Benz might be slightly out of your reach. I believe that a person that could acquire financial stability if they were realistic with the lifestyle that they want to live and the amount of money that they make. With that being the first step I
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  • 25. Essay on New Albany Shale Illinois Basin Structure The Illinois Basin lies across Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky, and it has a oval like structural depression in southeastern Illinois. The Illinois Basin is classified as an intracratonic basin (Bois and Pelet 1982). The Illinois Basin began as a rift complex which eventually failed, the New Madrid fault is associated with this rifting (Hasenmueller and Comer 1994). The depositional thickness of the New Albany Shale was strongly affected by the regional down warping in southeastern Illinois (Lineback 1980). The Illinois basin is separated from the Michigan basin by the Kankakee arch, which is located primarily in Indiana (Nelson 1995). To the South East lies the Cincinnati arch (Nelson 1995). In central and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Genevieve Fault Zone (Hasenmueller and Comer 1994). During the Devonian while the New Albany Shale was being deposited, the Sangamon Arch was active causing the New Albany Shale to thin out (Hasenmueller and Comer 1994). The Media Anticline was also active during the time of deposition, this can be seen by the thinning across the structure while there is no thinning on older strata (Hasenmueller and Comer 1994). The Mount Carmel Fault is a normal fault that trends northwest and has seismic data that indicates it reaches the basement (Hasenmueller and Comer 1994). (Barrows and Cluff 1980) Stratigraphy The New Albany Shale is a body of rock in the Illinois Basin that is mostly shale that ranges from brownish black shale that is organic rich to gray or greenish gray organic poor shale (Linback 1980). There are thirteen main strata that comprise the New Albany shale and that includes the Blocher Shale, the Sylamore Sandstone, The Selmier Shale, the Sweetland Creek Shale, the Grassy Creek Shale, the Morgan Trail member, the Morgan Trail member, the Camp Run member, the Clegg Creek member, the Saverton Shale, the Louisiana Limestone, The Horton Creek Shale, and the Hannibal Shale (Lineback 1980). These sub groups that range lithologies of calcareous shale or dolomitic (Lineback 1980). The Blocher Shale is characterized by its calcareous and dolomitic black shales texture that grades ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. How Trade Policies Affect Economic Growth And Development One puzzle of the world economy is that... Why are some countries so much richer than other? Or to put it differently, why have some economies per capita income been growing at faster rates than others? Most likely, there are numerous factors that play a role. This essay is an attempt to enumerate and discuss at least some factors. A satisfactory understanding of economic growth also requires an appreciation of how countries interact with each other, because countries income levels are interdependent. Trade policies help foster these interactions between countries (and businesses). The question of how trade policies affect economic growth and development has become a controversial topic. After World War 2, colonial areas that gained independence after the war believed they could reach higher income levels like their former colonizer only through rapid government controlled industrialization. Many developing countries adopted measures intended to reduce their independence on the export of primary goods (such as coffee, copper, and wheat). The justification for such policies came from a belief that demand of primary goods to manufactures would decline in the future due to technological progress in developed countries. This idea came to be known as the Singer Prebisch Hypothesis. In other words, countries which rely on exports of agricultural products would eventually grow less quickly than other countries whose main exports were manufactured goods. Hence, the key to economic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Character Development Of Old Tallow And Omakayas In The... Paper 2 Character development plays a vital role in stories to create a developing plot. In many books, it is common to see a relationship between two characters blossom as the story progresses. Evidence of this can be seen in The Birchbark House between two main characters, Omakayas and Old Tallow. From the beginning of the story, Omakayas feels a sense of connection with Old Tallow, but she is not able to pinpoint what exactly makes that connection between the two so strong. Through life experiences, maturity, and a sense of affection, Old Tallow and Omakayas s relationship grows continually throughout the novel. These interactions between the two helps the reader understand the role that Omakayas learns to embrace and flourish in in her community as she takes on the crucial role of the healer, as well as the steps it took to get there. The Birchbark House is not necessarily an action driven book, but one that focuses on the life experience that the community faces together. Omakayas and Old Tallow both face hardships throughout the novel, but they don t face them alone. One of the most substantial life experiences that the two faces together is the visitor. On page 142 we see this devastating event take place. One quote that sums up the catastrophic impact of the event is found on page 142 and states, Indeed, what happened changed the way Omakayas and her familylived from there on. On this page, we find out that the visitor was a voyageur who appeared to be rather ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Computers And Conscious Problem Solving Essay A. Studying Memory a. Memory The persistence of learning over time through the encoding, storage, and retrieval of information. I. Memory Models a. Information processing models are analogies that compare human memory to a computer s operations. b. To remember any event, we must: get information into our brain, encoding retain that information, storage later get the information back out, retrieval c. Encoding The processing of information into the memory system for example, by extracting meaning. d. Storage The process of retaining encoded information over time. e. Retrieval The process of getting information out of memory storage. f. Parallel Processing The processing of many aspects of a problem simultaneously; the brain s natural mode of information processing for many functions. Contrasts with the step by step (serial) processing of most computers and of conscious problem solving. g. We can explain our memory forming process with three stages: 1. We first record to be remembered information as a fleeting sensory memory. 2. From there, we process information into short term memory. where we encode it through rehearsal. 3. Finally, information moves into long term memory for later retrieval. h. Sensory Memory The immediate, very brief recording of sensory information in the memory system. i. Short term memory Activated memory that holds a few items briefly, such as the seven digits of a phone number while dialing, before the information is stored or forgotten. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Sexual Revolution In Bob And Carol And Alice With the film Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice dealing with sexual exploration and ultimately the potential of an orgy, looking at the sexual revolution became especially important. The sexual revolution redefined exploring one s sexuality, and encouraged a new way to look at our bodies and sex. One of the greatest influences leading to the sexual revolution was the feminist movement, which redefined women s roles in society. Women were pushing for control over their bodies, and presented a newfound attitude of wanting sex for enjoyment rather than just to procreate. Furthermore, with the Pill becoming approved for contraceptive use in the 1960s, women could now have sex without the fear of getting pregnant. This caused fear for men as now having ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Essay about The Unique Similarities Between Taste and Sight Of the five senses that humans employ in everyday life, taste and sight are two of the more interesting senses. They are continually developed throughout our entire lives and we are exposed to new sights and tastes everyday. Many people think that our senses are all unique and independent of each other, but tasteand sight are surprising similar in many aspects, such as their development. Not only are taste and sight developed similarly, but they are also affected by familiarity, socialization, and memory. Although many people in the world believe that all our senses are different in function and development, taste and sight have a unique connection between the two senses that makes them very similar. Taste and sight seem to be ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Their taste in food is clearly based on socialization, creating a diet that would maximize their performance at the job they performed on a day to day basis. Sight also has a large association with familiarity. Many of the everyday things that humans see in the world do not surprise them at all, as they have seen those things throughout their whole lives. Some images and objects, however, invoke many emotions from a person, such as anger or fear. Humans, therefore, try to see only things that they are familiar with. Most humans do not want to see images of war, poverty, death or destruction, and they, therefore, try to steer clear of such images. As Thomas Gray once said, ignorance is bliss, which allows humans to block out disturbing images in order to make them feel happier and more secure about their lives with the images they are familiar with. Socialization also plays a large part of our sense of sight as humans. During infancy is when the majority of our learning takes place and our sense of sight is no exception. Babies learn from the area and culture that they are born into, which affects their visual perception of the world. People born into the culture of third world countries become more accustomed to seeing things like poverty and war, while many people in first world countries would be unfamiliar with those images. Being familiar with a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Tupac Shakur Is Still Alive Essay Tupac Shakur Is Still Alive nbsp; nbsp; nbsp; nbsp; nbsp;On September 7, 1996, Tupac Amaru Shakur was riding in the passenger side of a black BMW driven by Marion Suge Knight, president of Death Row Records. Tupac and Suge had just finished watching Mike Tyson defeat Bruce Seldon at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tupac was standing up through the sunroof while the car was stopped at a traffic light. The Cadillac containing the gunmen passed an entourage of Tupac s allies, many of them bodyguards. Four unidentified men pulled alongside Suge s car, fired 13 rounds, and sped away. No one gives chase and there were no witnesses on the street. How come? Why not, especially after a heavyweight fight? Tupac was shot in multiple places ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Suge Knight released a statement that in an interview that after the shooting occurred, 2Pac was awake and making conversation in the vehicle. Apparently, Suge was trying to find a hospital and 2Pac laughed before saying, Why are you taking me to the hospital, you re the one who got shot in the head. Perhaps the most pressing piece of evidence that he is still alive isn t what has been said, but has remained unsaid. Time magazine reports that police spokesman Phil Roland said, We re puzzled that his whole entourage had their heads turned and didn t see anything. nbsp; nbsp; nbsp; nbsp; nbsp;Actions have been taken that lead us to presume that 2Pac has to still be alive. A majority of these actions were taken by 2Pac himself. In interviews prior to the shooting, he discussed how he wanted to stop rapping, being a gangster, and step out of the limelight. Approximately one month before the shooting occurred, Tupac recorded a new video for the song I Ain t Mad At Cha. In this video, 2Pac walks out of a Las Vegas club and is shot much in the manner of how his death had really occurred. He dies in the ambulance and goes to heaven. Is the fact that the September 7th shooting closely resembles his video extremely coincidental or was it planned? Also, while on the subject of videos, in the video To Live and Die in L.A. he wore a pair of the new Jordan s before they even came out. Tupac s name change also leads one to believe his death has been faked. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Kurdish Genocide Abstract The initiation of the 1980s Turkish Martial Law gave rise and effect to the oppression and unchecked legislative actions of the Turkish government against a member of its minority population, Kurdish citizens. This paper provides a critical analysis of Turkish state political violence towards is Kurdish minority population post 1980. The analysis provides and examination of the Turkifying methods used to dissolve Kurdish identity and assimilate citizens of the state to Turkish identities. The assimilation methods and practices led to to human rights violations conducted by the Turkish government and overlooked by the international community. State induced violence topics of discussion include: Kurdish citizen abductions (state disappearances ), state authorized torture, the examination of the parameters for Legal Decree 430, state detention facilities and response to Kurdish citizen resistance. The conclusive evidence provided in this analysis identifies the Turkish State agenda for state nationalism without respect to civil liberties or international human rights law post 1980. Keywords: Turkification, Kurdish Genocide, State Violence, Kurdish Identity... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This paper will critically analyze the idea of culture identity genocide through the case study of Turkish state violence against Kurdish identity post 1980. This identity assimilation, or cultural assassination, is examined through the repressive political strategies and implementations brought about by the enactment of Turkish Martial Law in 1980. This Emergency Legislation gave rise to organized Turkish state security forces and repeated violations of international human rights law. 1980 Emergency ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Descriptive Essay About Color Green I dipped my feet in as the water splashed it my face. The wind was calm but the current was strong and fast. When the current kicked in, it hit some rocks and all the water came splashing towards me. The water was everywhere. As a little kid, when my mom and dad didn t have to work so much, we would spend hours sitting at the edge of the grass dipping our feet into the river. We would have picnics and go fishing but that s when I was young and now it feels like my family is splitting apart. I barely ever get to see my parents anymore and I m the only child. The only time I ever see my parents is dinner. They just ask me questions like, How is school? How was your day? What did you are learn? Just boring thing they ask me.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The police officer tried to calm me down, but it was so much stress. I had just witness a scene when there was a trd ages, and that was not on my list. 20 minutes later, squad teams showed up. People with boats, going in the water to find the body. Police officers checking out the premises. Ambulances ready, and the police officer that drove past my house when this all happened, he tried to calm me down and ask me questions. My name s Officer Ben. So what happened? I just stood there in shock, like really, can t you see i m speechless right now? I was thinking. My feet we dangling in the water, and when I lift them up, I paused. I swallowed really heard. Then I heard the scream of help. Then I got the chills and the word came out really unclearly, as I looked down. Then I looked up, and he was taking notes. To me that s not note worthy. It seemed like miles away squad teams were we parked and rushing down streets. I could hear yelling, then almost everyone ran down the path next to the river. Ambulance rode as fast as they could. Officer Ben stayed with me. Whats going on? Why Is everyone running that way? I questioned curious. Now why don t you take your mind of all of this and just relax. Take all of the stress of your mind. Officer Ben said softly. How can I take all of this of my mind. The voice connected to me. I hope this person is alive. I thought in my head. I did not want to say everything out loud to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. The Role Of The Working Women Professionalism and employment were once held as an allegation only for men. While men were working, women were sought out to be innocent and compassionate housewives; only caring for their homes and families rather than labouring. Throughout history the role of the working women has progressed drastically, however, the dainty and caring presentation of a womanstill remains to be a flaw. This flaw has built the fundamental depiction of women in films and television, especially within the workforce such as espionage. Although espionage is considered a treacherous, exhilarating, and uncommon profession for women, it has developed into a profession with a femme fetal description rather than an independently vigorous femaletitle.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Her stealthy disguise as an exotic dancer was used to an advantage to be a temptress and seduce information from male prey. Although women of this time were portrayed as a stay at home mothers, there were women like Mata Hari who was out on the field making the known title of a powerful female who is now considered a cultural icon. Mata Hari was very successful at her job, however, to this day women are being portrayed similarly to this character with this sexual depiction. Women worked harder than being remembered for their appearance rather, as mentioned by Tammy Proctor in Female Intelligence: Women and Espionage in the First World War: In contrast to popular myth, many women who assumed dangerous jobs in the field worked as soldier not seductresses The reoccurring motif of the femme fatal spy has been overdone throughout centuries of media and entertainment. Movies such as The Avengers (1998), Salt (2010), or the Austin Powers trilogy contain overly sexualized female spies; usually the sidekick. These females although portrayed as risk takers and vigorous seem to all play the role of seductresses at one point within their films. For instances, character Foxy Cleopatra in Austin Powers Gold Member is seen dressed in little to no clothing using her appearance to get closer to the main antagonist Dr Evil. However, in contrast to the typical role of women in the fictional world of espionage, the film Spy (2015) directed by Paul Feig depicts the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Personal Narrative-Paideia Research Paper As it melts in a small saucepan over the flame of the sideburner of the grill in my backyard, it takes on a swirling chromatic luster, like a reflective puddle of gasoline, until all four pounds have be en converted into liquid. It had arrived in my mailbox as two unassuming hunks of gray metal. The original brick must have cracked during transit because the metal exposed along the jigsaw split was bright silver, not the duller shade of the top and bottom faces. My friends and I had no practical intentions, however, we were at the start of a pretty cool project, and one I would like to share as my topic for Paideia. Bismuth, the eighty third element on the periodic table, is a gray, negligibly radioactive metal that is slightly less dense than silver. You ve probably seen it, sitting idly inside small bins in museum gift shops, or hanging on earrings, necklaces, or bracelets, or even in a brand of over the counter gastrointestinal aids. In most of these contexts, it takes the form of intricate geometric crystals, in stairstep patterns of inlaid... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Bismuth s melting point 271В°C is low enough that it can be easily melted over a stove or hot plate, or a sideburner, in our case. After it melted completely, we skimmed the impurities, now floating, from the surface of the liquid, and watched as a thin layer of oxide formed over the exposed plane of molten metal. We turned of the heat, and waited for the metal to begin solidifying. Five minutes elapsed, and the bismuth resembled the cracked surface of a frozen pond. At that point. the crystals were mostly formed, almost touching the bottom of the pan. We had to jostle the floating sheet with a fork to prevent them from setting completely, which would render them impossible to remove cleanly (but we had to be cautious not to damage or further fragment the crystals that are almost ready to be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. The Punic Wars In Ancient Rome Rome was a small city that was founded at around 754 B.C.E in central Italy. In the 3rd century, had to deal with some people that included the Confederations of Celtic tribes. To the south of Rome was a trading center that was owned by the Carthaginians. There were trading ports and settlements all over the central and western Mediterranean. The growing and regional powers in Sicily by the Carthaginian worlds caused the clash between them and Rome. There were three major wars called the Punic wars. There was an unsuccessful march of Hannibal over the Alps whose aim was to invade Italy. The Greeks and Roman affairs were quite tough. The Romans adopted some of the Greek culture. In the east, Rome actively interacted with the Hellenistic kingdoms ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Essay on Ellen Foster Ellen Foster Ellen Foster is the compelling story of a young girl who is thrust into reality at a very early age. Written by Kaye Gibbons, the novel is a documentary of the saga of growing up. It is a recurring theme, growing up, depicted through many events over the course of this girl^s childhood. This growing up theme is evident through the experiences she has, as well as the many hardships she faces. Ellen^s awkward situation of two dead parents forces her to lose her innocence at a young age, and mature much faster than any other person her age. This is shown through her in depth observations about the world and people around her, such as ^He was a big wind up doll of a man.^ This metaphor depicts her father, a lazy ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Equally important in growing up are friendship, prejudice, and death, all of which are present in the childhood of Ellen Foster. Her friendship with a black girl named Starletta is a subject of much controversy. Not controversy with other people, but controversy within Ellen^s own mind. Her feelings towards her best friends are contorted by society^s acceptance of other races. This is a common thing among younger people. Not necessarily among races, but more along the lines of good kids versus bad kids. Society^s perception of who^s good and who^s bad really affects a child^s perception of who they should or shouldn^t be seen with. Ellen at the beginning of the book is somewhat ashamed of Starletta, because she eats dirt, and also feels sorry for her because she only has a one room house, and doesn^t even have an ^inside the house^ toilet. As the story progresses, Ellen^s opinions twist and turn until she reaches the conclusion ^If they could fight a war over how I^m supposed to think about her then I^m obligated to do it.^ This is evidence for her evolution as a person, or growing up. Her views of the world mature at a young age, as does she. Work is also an important part of growing up. Ellen gets her first taste of real manual labor when she moves in with her grandmother, who feels a deep resentment for Ellen, because she blames ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Suicide or a Well-Reasoned End of Life Decision Case Study 2: Suicide or Well Reasoned End of Life Decision? In the case of Jason, the 38 year old gay man with AIDS who is considering a rational suicide, there are several ethical and legal issues that the counselor has to consider in order to effectively continue to treat the client. Jason has disclosed to his counselor that he was considering to stop taking his medications which will ultimately end his life. Upon receiving this information from the client , the counselor has to now consider if he or she has any personal, moral issues, or spiritual belief system about the end of life decisions that might conflict with what the client has decided. The counselor should consult with a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This will ensure his autonomy in the matter and ultimately in his end of life decision. Jason has been estranged from his family for over a decade and his only social support are the people at he HIV support group. The counselor can try to explore with Jason the possibility of trying to reconnecting with his family. If he is receptive to the idea, she can probably, with his consent, assist him in getting in touch with them. Hopefully, they will be as receptive and want to reconcile. The counselor does not want to do any thing will further depress and stress the client and will must honor the client s wishes. The issue of confidentially may factor in here. If the terminally ill client decides to hasten his or her death, the counselor has an option to either adhere or to break confidentiality depending on the situation and the law of the state in which he or she is practicing in. ( Standard A.9.c ) In this particular situation, if the counselor feels that Jason would probably benefit from consulting with his physician and she consults with her supervisor she will be with the code of ethics to do so. In the state of Florida, according to the Florida Mental Health Law manual, the counselor has to try to assess the probability that his or her client will commit suicide and decide how to act . (p.177). The important thing here the counselor s documentation of actions in case there are any liability suit filed against ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Biological Diversity Found On Earth Speciation accounts for the remarkable biological diversity found on earth. However, it has been extremely difficult to conclusively demonstrate in mockingbirds. Remote oceanic islands have long been recognized as natural models for the study of evolutionary processes involved in diversification and speciation. Their remoteness and susceptibility to catastrophic disturbances by invasive species provide opportunities for colonization and divergence of populations through isolation, making islands fantastic study plots of diversification and speciation. Groups of islands may share a closely similar geological history and comparable climate, but due to these subtly different, or perhaps distinctly different, environments, their inhabitants... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Problematically, these characteristics are often under selection and can be inappropriate or misleading. For example, island forms may experience more rapid evolution in response to heightened genetic drift or natural selection due to small population sizes, lack or absence of interspecific competition, exploitation of new niches, and other evolutionary possibilities opened by island ecosystems (e.g. Carlquist 1965, 1974, Lack 1976). These scenarios could potentially explain why so many island species frequently pose such challenges in taxonomic classification. Another problem in regard to Galapagos mockingbird classification emerges out of the fact that only one form or species is found on any single island and the relative contributions of selection and drift to differentiation remain unclear. My objective is to provide evidence for evolution, specifically macroevolution by speciation and diversification in Galapagos Mockingbirds, scientifically termed Nesomimus, and articulate the many limitations at this time in understanding this sequence through the examination morphology. Archipelago location and Composition The Galapagos Islands are a volcanic archipelago located west of the South American coast in the Pacific Ocean and straddle the equator. The Galapagos archipelago comprises 13 major islands, 6 smaller islands, over 40 officially named islets and many smaller unnamed islets and rocks. Of these islands, Isabela, formed by ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. The Bedford V. Prostitution Case Prostitution is one of the oldest professions throughout the ancient and modern culture. It has been around for one of the longest times. Prostitution will possibly be found where one finds evidence of life and human. By definition, prostitution is known as commercial sex. A prostitute receives payment in exchange for sexual services between another person. However, the criminalization of prostitutionis necessary in most countries as there is capital gain involved, puts the environment at a greater risk of violence, and causes less protection for sex workers. Most countries including Canada have done an effective job in outlawing prostitution with new legislations. Current Canadian laws tend to respect sex workers and additionally, address their issues as well. Within my essay, facts about the Bedford V. Prostitution case along with the government s response to the case will be addressed. Media coverage and representation of the case will be discussed along with the media coverage in relation to criminalization of prostitution amongst different viewpoints will be analyzed. A critical opinion about the current state of law in Canada in regards to criminalization of prostitution will also be addressed. Comparison between the academic articles and media will also be discussed in depth. The current laws in Canada for prostitution are fairly effective by ending demand for sexual services in Canada as Bill C 36 was passed. In 2007, three sex workers, Terri ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. 911 Operator Research Papers A 911 Operator is the person who takes the incoming calls for those seeking assistance as well as routing responders in the field to those emergency situations. The education required for a 911 Operator is very minimum. The job requires a High School diploma for most employers, but others require college coursework, previous experience operating broadcasting equipment or proficiency in a foreign language . Along with the High School diploma, the job also requires a on the job training. Training consist of going over all the technical aspects of radio equipment. As well as learning the technical aspects the training covers general communications skills and stress management. This training generally takes between 3 6 months to complete. Other ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Militancy In The Pre-Independence Adam Pollack 4 25 17 English 110 Bruce Allen Heggen Israeli Militancy in the Pre Independence The origins of the present day Israeli Defence forces and israeli politics run very far back in the history of the jewish homeland, even predating the state of israel itself. In the beginning the defence forces were very unorganized and had goals solely of protection. Through time the jewish militias developed into different tranches with different purposes and goals. Many times these militias actually found conflict with each other. There were many changes in the region from the late 19th century into the mid 20th century. Two world wars, the largest genocide in human history the 1880 1948 held massive significance to the jewish people and eventually ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Zionists became less and less cooperative with the british as the underground militias gained power through the years. In 1940 a new organization arose as a branch of the Irgun. The Lehi which means Fighters for Freedom in Israel is a group that sought to fight the british during World War II. Along with fighting against the british they sought to ally themselves with the German Nazis. The Nazi s were intrested in getting rid of their jewish population and so the Lehi offered to have them evacuated to Israel in exchange for alliance in fighting the British. In the weeks before the Independence war The Irgun and Lehi groups entered neIghborhood Deir Yassin and killed 254 arab residents. This event would be knows as the Deir Yassin Massacre. The founder of the Lehi as Avraham Stern a long time friend of Abraham Thomas. A notable commander of Lehi was Yitzhak Shamir, He had a long history of defying british rule. Arrested many times for undercover work by the british, and a member of Lehi he was a villain to the british and exiled to Africa. After independence He joined the Mossad, an intelligence agency in the Israeli Defence Forces. He served as prime minister of Israel in 1986 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. The Drug Approval Process Essay The drug approval process is a complicated labyrinth that sometimes seems impossible to navigate. There are guidelines, protocols, procedures and standards that each person in the process are expected to follow. This includes the doctors, principle investigators, researchers, pharmaceutical companies, the regulatory bodies and yes, the patients. The patients are by far the most important aspect of a clinical trialand obtaining drug approval. Without the willing volunteers in clinical trials there would not be treatments and cures for many diseases today. There are a lot of factors that go into getting a new medication to the open market, including many phases of clinical research. The roles of the FDA, various research laboratories and the pharmaceutical companies all play a pivotal role in the time that it takes to obtain drug approval. There are many obstacles associated with each step including funding and how that impacts the consumer costs. Our country began with no limitations on goods and quickly progressed to enforcing accurate labeling and mandatory testing. This has advanced to enforcing challenging scientific standards, which tend to be somewhat controversial today. The years between 1938 and 1951 are pegged The birth of the modern pharmaceutical trade: the Revolution in medicine according to Philip Hilts (2003). The industry went from just a few chemical companies to an explosive initiative to discover, develop and market drugs at a rapid pace. This was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. The Buddha Was A Very Smart Man Named Siddhattha Gotama The Buddha was a very smart man named Siddhattha Gotama. He passed up many great positions to continue on his journey. He tried his own techniques and learned from them. Buddhism was not the first religion in China, it migrated from India. Buddhism is a vast and complex religious philosophical tradition. Buddhismwas the religion everyone in China mostly followed and a little bit of the previous one. Buddha is not a name it is a title that means one who has woken up. You can not be called Buddha until you have reached enlightenment. The Buddha s mother had a dream that the Buddha enters her side as a white baby elephant, she dies seven days later after his birth. The Buddha was born in Terai lowlands in the Himalayas. When he was born ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Buddha practiced a breathing technique which involved retaining the breath for longer and longer periods of time, a headache was a result of this. He moved on to a new technique which he only ate a teaspoon of bean soup a day, his hair started to fall out and he could not sit upright. After that technique failed he realized that his appetite should be moderated. You should not deny it or indulge in excess. Canons are a collection of scriptures that contains the Buddha teachings. The Buddha did not make himself a leader therefore he did not need a successor. After the Buddha was gone everyone should follow the Dharma and the monks should hold on to this and the Vinaya, which is the rules he laid down for the regulation of monastic life. Buddhism reached China in the first century. At that time Han Dynasty had consolidated Chinese power in Central Asia. Confucianism was the dominant ideology in China, which is socio ethical principles deriving from the teaching of the sage. Buddhism seemed to conflict with some Confucian values because Confucianism regarded the family as the foundation of society, and the Buddhist leave their families and renounce. Buddhism seemed to take up where Confucianism left off, and described an unseen world about which Confucianism had little to say about. When the people enquired about death, Confucius gave this answer: You cannot know about death before you know about life . Confucianism left unanswered questions about which many ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. A Proposed Upgrade to the Keyword Based Searches Essay INTRODUCTION: KEYWORD BASED search has been the most popular search in today s searching world. The result of Keyword based search is better than Google .On Google search engine user or searcher did not find relevant image result. This is because of two reasons. Queries are in general short and non specific. Number of users may have different intentions for the same query . Searching for apple by a farmer has a different meaning from searching by a technical person .There is one solution to solve these problems is personalized search where user specific information is considered to distinguish between exact intentions of user queries and reranked the images. Figure.1: (top) non personalized and (bottom) personalized... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... User Specific Topic Modeling (USTM) 3. Topic Sensitive Users Preferences (TSUP) Online stage: 4. User Specific Query Mapping (USQM) 5. Ranking Based Image Searching. 1. Ranking Based Multicorrelation tensor Factorization (RMTF): When user u tagged on any particular image id, then that user id, image id, tag named is stored into a database at an offline stage. This database is in the format of ternary interrelationship between users, images and tags. This database is give as an input to RMTF model. The RMTF model calculates user s preferences to assign the tag to a particular image i.e. RMTF provide the users annotation prediction. The tagging data can be viewed as a set of triplets (UГ—IГ—T).RMTF calculates users preferences by using sigmoid(objective) function Sigmoid function retunes values between 0 to 1 that means user preferences lies in between 0 to 1. 2. User Specific Topic Modeling (USTM): After calculating RMTF values, corpus is created for generating topic modeling. Corpus is the folder in which no of folders are created for each user manually. Each folder contains text file for each image and that text file contains tags that user given to that particular image. Corpus is gives as an input to the algorithm.LDA algorithm performed topic modeling. USTM model gives topics for each user; each topic has specific number of relevant terms to each other. 3. Topic Sensitive ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Career Development Paper The theoretical career development framework that I chose to assist in Catherine s career counseling process is Donald Super s counseling theory. I decided to chose this particular career development framework because I thought it would be the most effective and appropriate to use with the client. The client is thirty seven years of age and is dealing with a lot on her plate. Equally important, people grow and change throughout their lives and this theoryrespects that. The client is the primary emotional and financial support for her family. However, she does seem to have a strong support system that consists of her brothers and younger sister. More importantly, she does not seem fully satisfied with her current job. Therefore, I figured... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... According to Sharf (2010), Trait and factor theory is static, rather than developmental (p. 61). I firmly believe that this theory will be least useful in assisting Catherine because this theory consist of many assessments that result in matching you with an ideal occupation fit. However, it fails to have that crucial dialogue with clients who need more that just taking an assessment. For example, Catherine would not find this helpful because she needs to mentally visualize would let to her decision of switching careers or pursing a masters degree. And, it does not talk about how the impact of constant change throughout peoples lives have on peoples careers. For example, values, interest and personality, therefore, it fails to touch basis on the development phase of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. 5 Paragraph Reconstruction Essay Paragraph Reconstruction Ballerinas can tell a story like no other. They are known for being graceful, having such beauty, and poise in the way they care themselves. When given a part or role they commit to it, because they are great storytellers it is easy to draw or paint them with a raw and emotional background. A ballerina is known for having pain inflicted lives. Everything a dancer does is shown through through their body. A dancer s body is well formed, toned, and defined, but more importantly it s in their eyes and in their performance. The painting that I am analyzing show s exactly how dark a dancer s can get. The background is what sets the mood in a painting. The subtle, yet impressionable brush strokes with the well blended color. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... From a woman s point of view, she looks as if she has reached her breaking point. Trying to stay strong, her emotions overwhelm her while she dances and it becomes a little too much for her. A cry for help is upon her. Her hair is also free and in a mess; normally when ballerinas perform their hair is nice tight and in a bun. Her muscle so defined, and still pale as if she had seen a ghost. You can tell a lot of work has been put into achieving the body she has. It stands out with the white, flowy, soft dress. Her clothing is white. It seems as if she is trying to still maintain her innocence; maybe the dress is white because it symbolizes who she once were, or someone she longed to be. White coloring is supposed to symbolize something pure; maybe with how the background is contrast the white coloring can still show even though darkness is surrounding her, she can still maintain or be the person the thought she lost. It is very easy for ballerinas to be painted as a tragedy figure because they are great storytellers. They tend to capture every emotion and every aspect of a tragedy in one s life. The appearance is everythings, and how they dance. From facial features to silhouette, even down to their hair. Everything about their appearance makes them the perfect candidate to be drawn as the tragedy ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Projections, Forecasts, And Estimates Essay 2.4 Projections, Forecasts, or Estimates The definition of projections, forecasts, and estimates are all different and should not be used without knowing the exact meanings which are: Projection: the familiar word for statements that are taken from mathematics and are based on inferences decided in advance. Forcast: the statement that has the highest probability to happen in the future. Estimate: is about specific statistics from the past or present statistics. o Estimates fill in the years between two different census. 3.1.1 Typolography of projection Methods Subective projections are assumptions, and they stay away from elaborate orderly and procedural methods. They can only show impressions of predispositions of the later to come population. Objective projections take the quantitative way of gathering data and use a quatitative strategy to attain a projected outcome. Objection projections dependo n the selection of the right projection technique. The major projection methods are: structual method, cohort component, and the trend extrapolation method. 3.4 Trend Extrapolation Methods Extending the application of past trends into the time beyond the observation range is the essence of all the extrapolation methods. The extrapolation method is best used for modest sized population projections that have low data needs , inexpensive, and able to be used effortlessly. Sometimes data, such as population trends is easier to see and understand in graphical form. A simple ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. Lutheran College Sports Sports are like clubs a way for people to socialize and do what they love together as a team. During the 1930s at Texas Lutheran, college students had participated in sports. Sports at Lutheran college had been just a fun activity rather than a way of life during this time. Students often participated in football, basketball among other sports. Some Student s athletics at the collegesupported both athletic contests against teams on campus and other school teams. Students at Lutheran college participated in sports such as a basketball and football. Before 1932, Texas Lutheran College had intercollegiate sports that mean that they played against other junior college teams. In an article from November 1932 stated that there had been a football game that Texas Lutheran College lost against Schriener institute, indicating that they were in a league with other junior colleges. After the depression came, Texas Lutheran College had mostly intramural sports, which means that people on campus played against each other rather ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However, they did fortunately have a boys team after the fall of 1932 due to the fact that basketball in the newsletters were mentioned in the February 1935 issue that informs that the college burnt up the court and T.L.C Wins against Westmoor land. illustrating the fact that the game that ensued intercollegiate games were still being held on campus. In 1938, Texas Lutheran College managed to bring back its intercollegiate football program. The college newspaper box scores give the stats of each players of each team under the titles T.L.C , and Curo 7 up with the terms quarterback letter throughout the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. Romeo And Juliet Not In Love In the timeless tale of romeo and juliet, Two young lovers from feuding families have a whirlwind love affair. they meet at a party, flirt and secretly marry in the time period of a day. hours later they are separated, and desperate attempt to be together, they miscommunicate their escape plan and end up killing themselves because they can not live without each other. I believe there relationship is infatuation because you can not fall in lovehow fast they did. Although many people will see romeo and juliet s passionate affection at true love it is best described as infatuation if romeo and juliet are not in love then why would they have committed suicide over each other. Although this may be true but if you think about it you can not love someone if you don t know them and you can t argue that they got to know each other because you can not get to know someone that faston page it states that romeo and juliet where only together for one less than two days. another words romeo and juliet could have not got to know each other in less than two days and if you don t know someone you can t have love for them. one of the two could be a killer and they don t know it because they haven t had much time to talk. some people might say for the little time they did get to talk they fell in love however they only had a few hours to talk and if you fall in love with someone in a few hours and get married in one day and live happily ever after then you can make that argument. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... On page it states that juliet is 13 and romeo is 17 that s way too young to fall in love other words you can t fall in love with someone when you am not mature enough juliet is only thirteen she says she is in love but she has not even been through life long enough to know what true ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 51. Summary Of Posner s Three Components Of Executive Attention Executive attention (EA), one of Posner s three components of attention, involves the central processing that occurs when handling two tasks simultaneously (Posner Boies, 1971; Posner Peterson, 1990). EA resolves conflict among thoughts, feelings, and responses, and it relates to childhood skills such as bilingual communication, reading comprehension, self regulation, and the control of mindwandering (McVay Kane, 2012; Rueda, Posner, Rothbart, 2005; Yang, Yang, Lust, 2011). Despite its importance, relatively little research has explored individual differences in EA among typically developing children. Following, we explore the roots of these differences by describing the neural bases of EA, ways in which EA is measured, and the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...